When Technocracy declared in 1938 that its endgame was the “Science of Social Engineering”, its mandated requirement was total and continual surveillance of every moving part of society.
Total Surveillance Society
The video below says it all: DHS/government surveillance will incorporate private security cameras, public-private partnerships and artificial intelligence for real-time tracking of everything that moves. New Orleans is a perfect example.
The Intelligence community went rogue years ago and is racing to slam the trap of digital slavery on America. There is zero pushback or effective safeguards on facial recognition technology.
China has applied the “no person left behind” mentality to its all-controlling Social Engineering: It will now be illegal to get access to the Internet without having your face scanned into the national database.
Other than lull the public into thinking someone is ‘protecting’ them, the Privacy and Civil Liberties Oversight Board has done little, if anything, to stem the rise in facial recognition systems around the nation.
Social Engineering is the plain objective of China’s massive surveillance industry, which should be expected in a nation run by Technocracy. This camera explodes surveillance to a new level.
The hottest export in the world, right behind arms and weaponry, is AI surveillance technology. Corporations and governments want to sell it, and everyone else wants it. The industry has gone viral, infecting the whole planet.
Baltimore was busted in 2016 for conducting a secret aerial surveillance dragnet of the entire city with a single airplane. Not its back at the table looking for three airplanes to blanket the city in real-time.
Technocrats have run amok throughout the world while spreading dystopian technology for tracking citizens everywhere. Few have noticed their strategy, but now the shocking numbers are rolling in.
Close-up biometric identification is not enough for the Technocrat-laden Intelligence community. Tech is being extended to use Images from drones and long-range cameras to positively identify people.