LANDLINES BAN By 2025 / Hugo Talks Some More #lockdown

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  1. They have a long way to go to get close to that you canโ€™t even get phone signal like a mile down the road from people need to start taking down the mobile masts then see how they cope

    • Have you not read any articles on the danger to health of RF? It doesn’t just harm us, it harms all flora and fauna. Imagine sitting in a microwave oven 24/7.

      • We have had TV satellites for decades starting off with Telstar in the 1960s! Why do you think you need a huge dish to capture the signal? Because it is so weak, this is why? A TV satellite isn’t going to ‘microwave’ anything.

      • A microwave oven is a very concentrated source of energy. You must be nuts if you believe what you post.

      • With respect, you need to conduct some research. Get yourself an RF meter and check the EMF you’re bathed in.

      • And it would only takes a few minutes of sitting in a microwave oven (if you could find one big enough) before we were burned to a crisp ๐Ÿ˜€

      • Satellite radiation zero risk.

        5g high output enough to power and read rfid chip most likely, why there interest.

        Microwave will just vibrate your water molecules creating heat, not a good way to go, know of 1 working on microwave dish that wasn’t off, cooked inards 3days to die, mates mate.

      • I’d refer you La Quinta Columna latest articles. 5G is emitting ionizing radiation. Coupled with graphene oxide.

      • I know the dangers but letโ€™s be honest whatโ€™s the danger of doing nothing and just going along with it we are all screwed

      • With respect ๐Ÿ˜€ lucretiauk you are talking crap ๐Ÿ˜€

      • @ lucretiauk An EMF meter is like a multi-meter. It depend on what scale the measurement is set at. There was a fake video posted on the Ickeman’s site where you could see that the meter had been set for FSD full scale deflection at the lowest setting ๐Ÿ˜€ “Oh, look its gone all red”. That is how you get tricked ๐Ÿ˜€ You need to put your brain into gear ๐Ÿ˜€

        A little learning is a dangerous thing… ๐Ÿ˜€

        โ€œ A little learning is a dangerous thing ;
        Drink deep, or taste not the Pierian spring :
        There shallow draughts intoxicate the brain,
        And drinking largely sobers us again.
        Fired at first sight with what the Muse imparts,
        In fearless youth we tempt the heights of Arts ;
        While from the bounded level of our mind
        Short views we take, nor see the lengths behind,
        But, more advanced, behold with strange surprise
        New distant scenes of endless science rise !
        So pleased at first the towering Alps we try,
        Mount oโ€™er the vales, and seem to tread the sky ;
        The eternal snows appear already past,
        And the first clouds and mountains seem the last ;
        But those attained, we tremble to survey
        The growing labours of the lengthened way ;
        The increasing prospect tires our wandering eyes,
        Hills peep oโ€™er hills, and Alps on Alps arise!โ€

        โ€“ Alexander Pope, โ€œ An Essay on Criticismโ€ (1709)

      • You need proper kit to measure to EMF radiation. Not some cheap toy for a couple of pounds. OFCOM use a Narda SRM 3006 to measure EMF emissions from mobile phone masts. These cool devices use an anistropic antenna so they measure in 360 degrees ๐Ÿ˜€ Narda have taken to hide the price but they are around about ยฃ14,000 depending on whether you want a soft or hard case. Hurry while stocks last ๐Ÿ˜€

        https://www.narda-sts.com/en/selective-emf/srm-3006-field-strength-analyzer/srm-3006-3006102/

  2. I remember Nelson mandela doing that speech and saying “take your weapons and throw them in the sea” and the crowd boo’d. If you said take your mobile phones and throw them in the sea – you’d get lynched. Right there.

    • There are many historical lesson that tell us that throwing your weapons in the sea is never a good idea ๐Ÿ˜€

  3. By 2025 there should only be 15 Million of us left… The zombie will never get rid of the Dumb Phone, our only chance is for us to have laws against the tech companies for these devices not to be used against us! But they are now the GovernMent.
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    • 15 million left in the UK by 2025 ๐Ÿ˜€ You are just posting rubbish! You can’t really believe that guff ๐Ÿ˜€

  4. This is sort of correct. It’s PSTN lines that are being switched off and this is happening already. This is due to the voltage on the lines. They are taking the voltage off the line which I beleive opens up the cable to be used for faster internet transmission. This has been planned for many years and has many other implications. Happy to speak to you about this.
    Keep up the great work.

  5. You can get a lineage OS or Graphene phone. If you’re a proper geek, you could buy a pinephone or install linux Ubuntu. So many options. No need to ditch smartphones. No google and no apple. That is the answer

    • I did this with all my devices. Installed a custom ROM with no GApps.

  6. I do not own a Smart phone and I am NOT ever going to have one. Plus, I am already sensitised to non-ionising radiation and tirade of autoimmune disorders. No way will I ever have a Smart phone! NO is NO!

  7. I swapped my DECT phones to corded phones because of the insane EMF. I’d rather do without.

  8. It’s not a ban… they’re changing to get rid of the analogue stuff, that’s all. Been on the cards and we were told back in 2018

    • This page of comments is leaving me very concerned about the level of understanding on this subject – Pretty sure most of them are using a DSL already I dont know of a single person who still uses a dial up 56K @hugotlaks needs to be very clear about his “facts”

  9. I haven’t had a landline phone for three years now, when I moved into this property, I had no choice but to sign up with Virgin Media but took full advantage of their ‘broadband only’ offer. I do have a mobile phone if anyone does need to call me, but I do not miss having a ‘landline’ phone, as I get very few unsolicited phone calls now.

  10. Upgraded analogue to digital lines is not the same as mobile smart phones …

  11. You carnt deny change. Change is normal. I understand what your are saying. Think of it this way. If we got rid of phones we wouldnโ€™t have the advantages we have today. How would we listen To Hugo talks. Businesses must expand and grow. Itโ€™s how businesses work. Without wanting to change this wouldnโ€™t happen.

  12. If they make the switch without any electoral consent, sounds like a dictatorship.
    What next a free picture of fatty fraud Boris Jonestown to worship to put where the phone used to be.
    The mobile phone can then spy on you if you are not worshipping.

    • Are you using a “telephone modem” connection to the internet if so you are already using a DSL so what are you talking about?

    • I work in this industry. The elderly and vulnerable who have care alarms cannot operate on a digital line. Itโ€™s a major risk because if there was a broadband outage or power cut, they would lose access to their line which their life depends on. If you are happy with just upto 70mbps speed, then let your provider know that you have a care or social alarm and you will stay on the old system… for now.

  13. No mobile phone then you will be issued with a card or papers or a microchip!

    ‘Can I see your papers said the Nazis!

  14. Well I only use a landline phone – that’s how I connect to telephony and the internet. Smart phones too fiddly for my taste. So how can they get rid of landlines but not the internet? Satellites and mobile signals are not strong enough. Maybe that’s where 5G comes in? Can’t see it in my neck of the woods anytime soon (up the south Wales valleys).

    If worse comes to worse I’ll go back to writing letters! Could be fun. Imagine getting real letters to you door instead of just bills and junk mail. I’m 60 years old and I remember letters. Has anyone under 40 ever experienced real paper letters I wonder?

    • Hi Gruffydd, my youngest daughter is 34 and remembers letters fondly. She sometimes still sends and receives them. But you are correct – she is sadly in the minority.

    • Yes my daughter is 7 and she writes to her cousin using royal mail

    • If you are using your phone line to connect to the internet now it has already been upgraded to DSL and NO they are not doing away with landlines just the very old analogue system (rotary dial in the old days)

      • The original ‘rotary’ phone with a dial like in the the picture used pulse dialing (a series of clicks). BT switched over to timed break (tones) dialing in the 1980s. Phones now had push buttons instead of a rotary dial. The ‘Trimphone’ was all the rage back then. Even to this day BT still keep both systems running in tandem. Just in case Sherlock Holmes needs to make a call ๐Ÿ˜€ You will find a switch on the bottom of your push button (unless you are still using a rotary) ‘landline’ phone – ‘TB/P’. It will probably be set to TB (unless you are Sherlock Holmes) ๐Ÿ˜€ Switch it over to ‘P’ if want to hear those clicks or even dial out with them ๐Ÿ˜€

  15. By 2025 according to the Deagel forecast many millions of people are killed and from 2025 they ‘predict’ the SPARS pandemie. In that light the phone topic is not an issue at all.

    • That’s just a a prediction on a website. It has no cystal ball. The future is unknown – to everyone – including those who would like to rule over us. Don’t get too black pilled out. Just like those who believe in the covid nonsense, it’s kind of a trance.

      • Don’t think of it as a prediction, think of it as a think tank plan, they tried to hide.

        They like to show there plans why we predict them in plain site for kicks.

      • My comments are still awaiting moderation. It really doesn’t matter, I’m appalled by this censorship. Who would have expected this?

      • That was what the hypnotist on another video was getting at. It is just another trance state. Like ‘Invasion of the Body Snatchers’ you have to stop yourself falling asleep ๐Ÿ˜€

      • @ lucretiauk Now you are playing the censorship card. Just because you are being prevented from posting crap ๐Ÿ˜€ Well, off you trot and complain to OFCOM, OFGAS, OFWAT or whatever the internet regulalator is called D:

  16. what about the people who have a medical condition in using tech? this law will never pass in a court because it goes against the equality act 2010

    • I’m afraid they will.just xhange the law ,are you not paying attention, this a fucking war and fair play is not on the table , wake up FFS !

    • Forcing carers to be jabbed also goes against the equality act and that was made law by amending the social care act. So I doubt they won’t find a way round the equality act for a phone issue. These random laws are not random at all…. Travelling laws (motorhome) so you can’t go off grid, stopping the landline, so you can’t get rid of your mobile…. Setting you up for compliance.

  17. One cannot and should not relay on a mobile phone for ememgency calls. My only phone is bakelite and was made in 1921 still as good as the day it was made,, and functioning after 100 years when the smartphones is obsolete in a year or two.

  18. With only 0.2% of the world covered with cellular, and 11% with fibre, Land line will live on. Iโ€™m a black hat hacker and I can immobilize an entire cities mobile and IP network if I want, but next to impossible to kill a land copper network.

  19. Start reading your bible. As a life-long atheist, reading ‘Revelations’ has convinced me all these ‘nonsensical’ measures that have been introduced, are not being introduced by our leaders…..there is a nefarious agenda underway, all revealed in ‘Revelations’

    • Very good! Go to the foot of the cross with a contrite heart and a humble soul before the Lord and ask his forgiveness.
      I did in 2019 and he changed my heart, I was a sinner getting drunk chasing girls living the high life.
      (So I thought)
      Now I know the truth of “Jesus” and have put away all things of this world and sin no more.
      I know longer lust after the things of the flesh (material) I go after the things of the spirit. Gospels of Christ keep me on the good road.
      He has shown me what I must do the road is narrow. But trusting in Jesus I will do his will, not mine.
      Glory be to God! Christ is lord!!

  20. Going to be fired in November won’t be able to afford a smartphone result

  21. Many can only access the Internet via a smartphone. A laptop for some is unaffordable, and for me, living off grid, unchargeable. ANY form of internet-enabled computer, whether phone, tablet, laptop or PC is a ‘trap’ upon which society has become reliant. I agree that smartphones are the most dangerous, but this has to be balanced against their usefulness for communicating such as Hugo’s bulletins!

  22. Thanks Lucretia and jchr12 tryed to like your comment but I am dumb with technology I only recently fingered out how to reply

    • Buy yourself a plug in phone. I have a BT Decor 2600. Plugs straight into your phone socket. Beautiful. It has all your basic must-have functions.

    • It’s not technology Elaine. As long as you can set up the time/date, you’re good to go. No harmful EMFs, but you can’t carry the phone around your home. You need a CORDED phone.

  23. We have poor mobile connections here – mine is pretty non-existent. We need the landline for outside contact. On the other hand we never had a phone and had to use the telephone kiosk in the village to contact relatives at a set time. My grandmother used to go next door to receive her call because her neighbour was a midwife and needed a phone. Otherwise it was letter writing. At this rate we’ll be using carrier pigeons! Or semaphore. Morse! I can do SOS! Sorry to sound a bit flippant, but this is getting so stupid that I despair of the poor brainwashed nodding heads happy to conform – which makes it worse for us all!

  24. Mobile is handy if I brake down in the car. On the lowest tariff I can get. Use about 6 minutes,10 text and no data. About 20 people have my number. Never give it out. They will be taking the cars from us in the future, won’t need it then.

    • Yeah, you can just treat a mobile like a walkie-talkie. Handy to have if you fall down a ravine ๐Ÿ˜€

  25. iโ€™ve had sky, and wifi removed from my flat, for obvious reasons, my poor smart tele clucks all night looking for a connection, so i have turn it off at the mains now. i wdd as my want to get rid of my iphone infact i have a plan, i can have my data in a dongle for my pc and trust i will get work for my business through this method, i admit iโ€™m addicted to instant gratification through tech! the most concerning thing about this whole world wide situation for me is graphene, iโ€™m fascinated with it, watch and read loads of lectures, iโ€™m no scholar but this stuff is better than asbestos in so many ways! I know people understand the 5g links and vaccine, however this material can be tattooed into a potato in milliseconds incorporating a self powering nano sensor, my iphone is going but i fear whatโ€™s coming, maybe iโ€™m thick and itโ€™s all scare tactics, however i feel blessed to be awake and acceptant of this reality, Iโ€™m ready to help when others struggle to accepted the truth, god bless

  26. Israel cases and now deaths going through the roof. Hip hip hussar for vaccines! Make sure to go and get yours, and your booster, and your booster booster, and your booster booster booster and ad naseum.

    Fucking morons. I don’t want anyone to die, but hey if these fucktards want to jab the shit out of themselves with shit that’s clearly killing them, and they want to laugh at people nad cajole people who tell them to fuck off – well fuck them all.

    • they are victims, a mind control beyond us, we are awake, bless them !

  27. The net is closing in. They are beginning to run short of tricks

  28. Do you not need to have a landline to have the internet?

    • no , it will all be via satelittes that have been put in orbit around the Earth since the Scamdemic started. A Fact .

    • Hi Mya – 99% do connect by a “phoneline” be that landline or a mobile line so the answer is yes you need a DSL

  29. I religiously leave my phone at home at all times, but brilliant posts today Hugo ,some of your best I feel

  30. When the most jabbed up place on earht (Israel) has cases going through the roof, and deaths following – you’d have to be an idiot to get a jab. Last August before any jabs they were at 10 to 20 deaths a day. This time, with all the jabs they’ve been over that no all week, and today have 46 deaths. Something is seriously wrong, so how about just stopping and seeing what the Hell is going on?

  31. I have known about this for over a year now watching all the Satelites being put in orbit around the Earth,Analogue will be discontinued and there will be no stopping it ,it is to far ahead now sadly.

  32. I live out in Aberdeenshire, we just got fibre the other week. The engineer said to me that the companies want to lift all the copper lines in the uk. Copper is valuable .
    I work in a hospital, mostly elderly, believe me the old and vulnerable will not manage to use a mobile. What happens if they need medical help or want to talk to a family member

  33. Another great vid.

    You had a really great suggestion when you covered my Jeremy Vine call and I’ve decided to follow it up. I’ve just set this group up on Telegram – Truth Bomb The Mainstream

    This group is to make a co-ordinated effort to put real truth and facts on to the output of the mainstream media. It will work like this, members suggest a mainstream media outlet that are having a censored “debate”. All members (that are able to) then all call in and one after another present the truth and facts that the mainstream are lying about.

    If we are to make real change happen then we need the majority to be on our side, we need to get the truth out.
    As soon as we can get 100 people in the group we can choose our first show to target with some truth bombs.

    Anyone who calls, please adhere to these rules
    1. No swearing
    2. Present only verifiable facts
    3. Please keep the content solely to the current Plandemic / Vaccine stats / Medical and Government tyranny etc..
    4. Please debate in a respectful fashion

    Please join us and give us a shout out x

    • How the hell can you set ‘rules’ for someone who phones some radio talk show ๐Ÿ˜€ Why does everyone have to have ‘rules’ and ‘community standard’? ๐Ÿ˜€

  34. We tried to stop our landline, but our alarm system relies on it. How they gonna get round that.

    • we used to have cctv closed circuit tv, pc can do it without the wifi or net

    • Hi Kim – Your alarm company can switch to a mobile service modem – HtH

  35. And I bet the fuckers still make you pay for a t.v license lol

  36. You don’t even need a smart phone, everything that a smart phone is capable of is available on its native technologies anyway, including desktop PC.

    Technologically has become so advanced, that we could technically have stopped or slowed down in the early 2000’s (maybe even earlier), and still be a prosperously advanced civilisation, and thats a fact because I still get plenty of use from electronics and technology I own, that are almost a decade to 15 years old.

    But now the technology of our age has outgrown necessity I think.

    Some of these multi million/billion dollar technology companies, are probably responsible for the wastage of Tens of Thousands of unsold units of brand new electronic products alone in the last 10 years, all because of “minor production faults”, that any common sensed person wouldn’t even care about – I mean just imagine shipping containers full of unopened electronics fresh off of a production line, labeled as “unfit for market” because of said faults. It’s similar to how supermarkets waste tonnes of edible food every year.

    Consumerism, greed and need has become the new necessity. One day, the earth is going to mourn what we’ve done to it, sucking it dry of all its necessary resource for our convenience.

    I read somewhere recently that the gross accumulated weight of Manufactured Material, is actually increasing the net weight of Planet Earth’s surface material – in other words, the planet is getting heavier.

    • bro iโ€™m building a hand cart, iโ€™m local, there is plenty of room on this world and in it, god not man controls us, hopefully this is the time god or nature takes the man out

    • I read somewhere recently that the gross accumulated weight of Manufactured Material, is actually increasing the net weight of Planet Earthโ€™s surface material โ€“ in other words, the planet is getting heavier.

      Ummmmm, that can’t be possible. The only reason planet Earth will gain weight, is from outside coming in. Meaning space dust, falling on the planet.

    • I read it somewhere so it must be true ๐Ÿ˜€ How can the planet (as a whole) be getting any heavier? Are we shipping junk electronics from the Moon or Mars? Planet Earth is a closed system. If you dig up a lump of coal of course the material above ground ways less but the material below ground correspondingly weights less. So no net change of zero.. I know you are trying to suggest that this ‘heavier’ planet is about to spin off it’s axis and fly into space as the crackpot theory goes. Imagine that a flat Earth flying off into space and us all being aboard. Jeez, watch out for the asteroids! A ‘heavier Earth’ is the stuff of the loony bin ๐Ÿ˜€ But seriously, who keeps making up these crackpot theories? The 77th Brigade? ๐Ÿ˜€

      • ๐Ÿ™ƒ ๐Ÿ˜‚ Haha you got me!

      • The only time the Earth has put on ‘significant weight’ was when astronauts back a few tonne of rock from the Moon ๐Ÿ˜€ Yeah well, โ™ซif you believe they put a man on the moon… man on the moon…โ™ซ

    • If by ‘minor productions faults’ you mean ‘cosmetic damage’ most consumers will reject such items and return them. The way people look at it is that they are paying top dollar for a new product and so expect one not something that is beaten up. If manufacturers want to shift this damaged stock they should offer deep discounts on the ‘new’ price.

    • ham radio, in my area iโ€™m promoting the cheap radios with a three day battery, build our own network !! pls share this

      • The only thing ham radio operators talk about is their ‘rig’ ๐Ÿ˜€ It is the ONLY topic of conversation ๐Ÿ˜€ 10-4 ๐Ÿ˜€

  37. No we should all stop the government controlling are land lines we should stop the government controlling anything we need to take back control because the government are the enemy my grandad who Forte in the second world war would turn in his grave

  38. This already happened to us recently (within a couple of years – I don’t remember exactly when). Our phone line stopped working and a Virgin Media engineer came over and because he “couldn’t fix it”, switched us to digitial i.e our phone would only work connected to a phone socket convenently included with their Modem/Router box. Now whenever the service goes down we have to call them via a mobile because the phone doesn’t work when there is no Internet.

    We complained vigorously at the time and for several weeks after but were told that “switching to digital” was irreversible and that nothing could be done about it.

    I thought it was odd until I watched this video. Makes perfect sense now.

    • Very true. If your broadband goes down you can’t use the landline to report the fault ๐Ÿ˜€

  39. I use my landline phone for most of my calls and my mobile phone ( old flip open type) is almost 11 years old and working fine. Only a few family and friends have my mobile number. I like to keep it by me for emergencies, like if car breaks down or family need me. I have no intention of buying a smartphone.
    So many older people will not be able to manage without their landline. It is just awful how the world is going. We managed without phones years ago, when I got married we never had a phone at all but did get a landline after a year and the neighbours who didnโ€™t have one would come round and use it. I have had a landline since about 1971 and this is how you get treated after being a loyal customer.

    • Your landline is not going away on this @hugotalks is incorrect

  40. Oh ffs, how much more? :/ I’m not in the UK, I’m in Ireland but moved here from the far north of Scotland where in many places, “smart” or not, you simply cannot get a signal. We have a landline here, and a dumbphone, and the ONLY reason we have that is because you cannot get utilities or a bank account here without a mobile number. We even asked An Post (our bank) to accept our landline number. They refused. They’re making it impossible to function without a mobile phone. Also here, we’ve had the covidpass for a month now. Most get it sent directly to their smartphones. Myself and my husband are elderly and disabled (but mobile) but we’ve aleady refused the shot and will go down fighting if need be rather than take it.
    Here’s another thing coming your way if it hasn’t already…”upgraded” electric/gas meters. This is being rolled out across Ireland at taxpayers expense. The paperwork makes it *seem* compulsory (they say it’s to combat climate change) and admit it monitors your energy useage and also collects data…most folks should know that ANY “smart” device automatically seeks and hooks up to other devices in your home. That also means your router, btw. Think about it. So after some online research I found out that no, it’s NOT legally compulsory, so emailed the company involved asking for proof of receipt of my mail (got) and confirmation we will be opting OUT of their smart meter. Silence to date. Am guessing they’ll try coercion or guilt-tripping next (but…but…you’ll be saving the planet!)
    So, look out for that. Btw, they’re already implanting chips into the hands of American guine…erm, volunteers. The ridiculously happy “Look at my new TOY!”ness of them is heartbreaking. Not only does it monitor their “body functions” but what benefit do they get from it? It unlocks their house doors…..so whilst they have fun waving their wrists around to open doors (oh yes, it also contains their covidpass, almost forgot) but their medical data is being constantly streamed back to, stored and used by…whom? Damned if I know, but I can take a wild guess.
    Having seen folks go into literal meltdown having lost their smartphones, it seems the genuine smarts are those living life without them. For once, yay me, for being a dinosaur and old fart!

  41. Right now, people do have a choice… Think about the timeline of this… now, we get rid of landlines, people HAVE to use mobile – fine – but even still we have the choice to power them down, ignore them or simply choose to never upgrade to a newer model keeping their retro basic phones… i can see the plan being to be permanently connected via implants, brain chips, neuro technology… it’ll become the biggest thing and eventually the old fashioned ‘hand held device’ will be phased out in favour of a ‘always on’ alternative – permanently on, fed propaganda digitally in to your brain to keep you inline, told when to get up in the morning, when to go to bed – your social score will be affected if you do not comply. i wouldn’t be surprised if the timeline for this futuristic implant tech, sorry trap, (we for some reason seem to crave) is not much longer than 20 years away, if not sooner. Annoyingly, i’ll still be young enough for this to be a major pain in my ass…

  42. I used to work in the Mobile Phone Industry, for 10 years the office I worked in 8hrs a day 5 days a week had a Cell Site sitting just a few feet away from me, I was sitting in ground zero of the signal the entire time & I’m still alive, fit & healthy. I stopped working there 15+ years ago so I’m not shilling for them, I just know what I know & so now do you.

  43. If they ban landlines and say mobile networks were taken down weโ€™d have no means of communicating with each other. Plus, they want us all tracked, itโ€™s hard to do this with landline phones.

  44. This is more to do with the switch-over to a fully IP addressed network and getting rid of the old copper based PSTN network. Whilst many talk about 5G being the devil, it will boost mobile coverage and speed, but fixed line internet over fibre optics is obviously far more preferable for speed and low latency. So I don’t think they will try and phase out the fixed line network any time soon and you still be able to make called from a home telephone, but you would need a VOIP handset to do that, or a unit which will convert the old style PSTN phone into VOIP, which is available on some BT routers.

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