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Default Britain now values gbit Internet more than HS2, roads, rail, etc.

Britain now values gbit Internet more than HS2, roads, rail, etc.
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However staff at DCMS, OFFcum, Treasury etc don't value Britain.

They plan to sell UK down the river by marching into work every day
wearing shirts and ties and shiite on UK priorities by fabricating
their own fake priorities and roll out symmetric gbit fiber in 2033
with a monumental plan of inaction.

Yet, all the investors in Old Street to Covent garden cannot roll out
their finished IoT, 5G, Smartcity, BigData, AI etc projects
because there is no symmetric gbit fiber Internet to roll it out
on to, or its customers for investors to generate revenues.

UK government have been lying to investors from China to EU
about the need and readiness of UK to roll out these kinds of projects
while in the background, they took brown envelopes stuffed
full of bitcoins with revolving door policies and politics
with incument telcum fsckies to keep UK a shiitee country
sliding UK from 31 to 35, all for a fist full of bitcoins.

Even a smaller city like Paris has more symmetric gbit fiber
(like the entire city) compared to London - about 5% up
from 4% last year.

At this rate, it will take all of 95 years before UK has
symmetric gbit fiber Internet.

To add to worsening environment in UK, incumbents have steamed into UK
government and telling porkies to all the decision makers.
They need to be booted out and let the fiber Internet
providers dictate terms.

The phone Internet and cable Internet fscktards
are even claiming that 5G will solve the
problems when its the other way around.

Each 5G modem needs to be connected to a 10gbit symmetric fiber modem
and the masts need to be placed every 300m due to oxygen
absorption. This means symmetric gbit fiber needs to rolled
out everywhere BEFORE 5G can take a foothold.
Which means the Internet of Fiber era needs
to be rolled out first - where everyone is on fiber.

For mass Internet, we went from phone Internet era,
to cable Internet era, and now we are moving to Fiber Internet era.

At best the 5G cumpanies will be connecting hundreds of users
through their 5G modems to share ONE FIBER line in
a radius of 0.3km. Not a pretty sight if you are all
trying to play social media videos and connect.
Everyone needs symmetric 10gbit fiber
to their homes (just like the IoD warned back in 2016)
installed immediately.

This means rolling out 3456 core 1.5 inch fiber cables
all over the copper ducts starting today.

Britain demand it. It is for the British Public politically more
important than HS2, roads, rail, etc.



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