Technocrats push forward on the principle, “Because we can, we will.” Still, police, government and industry will use this sketchy technology to make permanent mistakes that can never be corrected.
Total Surveillance Society
The Intelligence community does not dare to share their corrupted and illegally-gathered intel with outsiders, because it would expose their rogue underbelly. The answer? Give Trump fake reports.
Obama’s Brain Initiative to ‘map the human brain’ is paying big dividends… to government, that is. This article correctly surmises, “Although this technology was initially created to improve and enhance the quality of human lives, in the wrong hands it will wreak havoc on them.”
Cookies? Forget cookies! Sophisticated web sites can now track you by your browser and computer ‘fingerprint’ with uncanny accuracy. In the Total Surveillance Society, nothing is private or hidden to the Technocrats.
The Total Surveillance Society is not limited to the United States, but is global in scope and penetration. All nations are monitoring their citizens. This is hallmark evidence that Technocracy is the global endgame.
As Technocrats collect data on the aggregate of society, hackers are busy stealing the data for their own uses. However, this is much like a small leak in a water pipe. Technocrat controllers are not too concerned as long as they control the whole database.
As the threat of Technocracy increases, creative technology will emerge to oppose it. In this case Snowden and Huang are proposing a phone case that will alert you to unauthorized transmissions to hackers and spy agencies.
The new Fourth Amendment Caucus has 25 members thus far and is led by Zoe Lofgren (D-CA) and Ted Poe (R-TX). The only way for them to understand the Total Surveillance Society is to read Technocracy Rising: The Trojan Horse of Global Transformation. I hereby challenge a TN reader to make a project to hand-deliver copies of Technocracy Rising to their offices in the Rayburn Building in Washington, DC.
TN Note: The originator and sponsor of this treacherous bill, S.2348, is none other than Sen. Orin G. Hatch (R-UT), joined by 12 co-sponsors: 6 Democrats and 6 Republicans. Contact each member’s office and voice your unrelenting protest against Technocracy and Total Surveillance.
TN Note: To a Technocrat, there is no such thing as too much data. They will always seek more. Remember that the head of Google is Eric Schmidt, who is also a member of the elitist Trilateral Commission that started the whole Technocracy push in the first place.