The excuse is “national security” of course, but if enacted, it would be the beginning of federalization of all state and local elections. This would be patently unconstitutional.
Total Surveillance Society
Technocrats are ambitiously pushing DNA capabilities, but appear to be in a competition to see who can create the most spectacular headline discovery. Thus far, this appears to be pure speculation.
Technocrats can never collect enough data to satisfy their urge for monitoring their scientific social engineering project called Earth. The CIA and military will have a special application for this technology, called GEOINT, or Geospatial Intelligence.
The mind of a Technocrat is behavior modification: “He believes if people know they are being watched, then it would curb crime”, but it would also change everyone else’s behavior as well. Nevertheless, this is the only reason McNutt wants ‘transparency”.
Technocrats will continue to ‘invent’ because they can, and the race is on to see who can outdo another. Surveillance is one of the hottest areas of invention because of the drive for a Total Surveillance Society.
Merkel’s government, with its policy of wide-open immigration invasion, is now calling for greater surveillance powers reminiscent of a police state.
This is an interesting view into the mind of Technocrats, based on leaked internal newsletters that circulated only within the NSA. Item 3 points out the NSA’s belief that they “drive and steer history.”
Metaphysics, mysticism and pseudo-science combine to frame the ‘no0scope’, which Anton Vaino claims he ‘invented’. He wrote, “The Nooscope is the first device that allows the study of humanity’s collective consciousness.” This is pure Technocrat dribble.
You can imagine that every police officer and solder in the world will have at least one of these miniature drones in their pocket arsenal.
Who would be surprised that this would happen after social scoring was introduced just a few months ago. Social scoring involves analysis of all of your online activity to determine how loyal you are (or not) to the government.