China’s CCTV Surveillance Network Took Just 7 Minutes To ‘Capture’ BBC Reporter

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A challenge experiment was just conducted in Guiyang, China to see how long it would take to locate and capture a BBC reporter who was mixed in at random with the general population of 3.5 million people. After the police snapped his picture and fed it into the massive facial recognition database, which contains the facial image of every Guiyang resident, the reporter took off. They gave him a head start as he mingled in on the crowded city streets; then a request for his apprehension was given to the computer equipped with the latest AI security software.

The AI software combed through millions of images from tens of thousands of cameras in Guiyang, all  transmitted back to the master computer, hunting for the reporter. The results were shocking.

It took a total of 7 minutes before police physically apprehended him. Assuming it took a few minutes for police to assemble and walk/run to his location, the actual identification could have taken as little as two minutes. Yes, just two minutes to find a single subject in a city of 3.5 million!

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Yin Jun, executive with surveillance camera manufacturer Dahua Technology, stated,

“We can match every face with an ID card and trace all your movements back one week in time. We can match your face with your car, match you with your relatives and the people you’re in touch with. With enough cameras, we can know who you frequently meet.”

Currently, China has installed 176 million surveillance cameras nation-wide, and it shooting for 626 million by 2020. Since China has 1.3 billion citizens, there will be at least one camera for every 2 people.

This technology is headed to America like an express train, and is the core element of establishing Technocracy here. Anyone who doesn’t grasp and understand this is simply not paying attention.

Once the Technocrats within the U.S. have the power of total surveillance, already proven in China, the door to a Constitutional Republic will be slammed shut. Liberty and freedom will be a distant memory.

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Patrick Wood
Patrick Wood is a leading and critical expert on Sustainable Development, Green Economy, Agenda 21, 2030 Agenda and historic Technocracy. He is the author of Technocracy Rising: The Trojan Horse of Global Transformation (2015) and co-author of Trilaterals Over Washington, Volumes I and II (1978-1980) with the late Antony C. Sutton.
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John Dunlap

With this kind of system in place, the Second Amendment doesn’t even matter, let alone the Constitution. Resistance requires organization. This level of surveillance will allow an AI to literally micromanage each individual life, to the point that people who might dissent can simply be denied the means to dissent, by being denied economic and social opportunities or otherwise deflected into other pursuits. The manipulation can be as subtle as delaying a bank transfer or deleting a job application, or creating an opportunity in a different location or social circle. You say liberty and freedom will be a distant memory.… Read more »

Ngallendou Dieye

In Western societies, almost nothing immoral is illegal anymore. In a tyranny, legality matters much less than disapproved ideas. Your ideas do not have to be spoken or written, since they can be deduced by AI from your personal interactions and purchases. Supposed you attended a private discussion group at the home of a suspected believer, and you downloaded a bible app into your phone. A few days later, your car could speed up and crash into a concrete pillar. Meanwhile, your money accounts will have been cancelled and your house title transferred to a Federal Reserve bank.


Technocrats gone wild.