MIT Ridicules Critics Of Technocrat Coup d’état

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The masterful and carefully constructed lead paragraph in MIT’s Technology Review article Five things we need to do to make contact tracing really work states,

The ongoing pandemic is fertile ground for opportunistic hucksters, loud frauds, and coronavirus deniers who attack or blame everyone and everything from Chinese-Americans to Bill Gates to 5G networks. The latest front in this bizarre war: contact tracing.

You can see the clever use of words to conclude that anyone who would dare to criticize “contact tracing” is thrown in with “opportunistic hucksters, loud frauds and coronavirus deniers”. Furthermore, these deniers apparently make wild accusations, blaming “everyone and everything from Chinese-Americans to Bill Gates to 5G Networks.”

(Oh, you poor, ignorant masses who live in darkness and have so misunderstood science. When will you just shut up and start trusting those who have PhDs and all kinds of important letters after their names?)

MIT, on the other hand, positions itself as being in the “reasonable center”, doing responsible things in the name of solving a problem that must be solved. What does MIT recommend?

  • Task 1: Hire 100,000 manual tracers
  • Task 2: Protect privacy
  • Task 3: Ensure that tracing covers as many people as possible
  • Task 4: Accept that technology alone cannot solve this problem
  • Task 5. And do it all, now.

Addressing Objections On Privacy

After the shock of hiring 100,000 manual tracers, the writer anticipates the typical objection over invasion of privacy and seeks to overcome it:

Medical surveillance has repeatedly proved to be a life-saving tool, however, and Apple and Google say they are making privacy a priority by building decentralized systems designed to make malicious surveillance difficult while also providing key data to public health authorities. (emphasis added)

But, aren’t Google and Apple the two tech giants who know exactly where every phone (and its owner) is at all times? Don’t they have 100% of our personal identification data plus ancillary information about our purchases, preferences, travels, medical history, etc? Haven’t they already been investigated and fined by governments for mishandling customer data?

And, apparently MIT, et al, have no problem in throwing HIPAA legislation out the door once and for all. You remember HIPAA, right? That’s the form you are almost forced to sign whenever you enter any type of medical facility.

HIPAA is an actual US law (imagine, a real law passed by Congress) that stands for Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act. It was passed in 2003 to provide privacy standards to protect a patient’s medical records and other health information, and yet companies like Google already have the full health records of millions of US citizens without their knowledge or consent.

The Bottom Line

The global elite have been very adept at deflecting criticism for decades. The exact same techniques were used against Antony Sutton and myself back in the 1970s. It never mattered whether critics like us were swept to the far left or the far right, but the elitists always left themselves as the moderate, reasonable and level-headed center.

Nothing has changed, and MIT just fell into their own trap.

Take it for what it is: pure propaganda to sell you on their purely Technocrat agenda. Don’t buy it for one minute.

About the Author

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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#2 Never, ever, ever, EVER HAPPENS!!!! LONG AGO, it was ‘promised’ and has yet to happen!! And NEVER WILL!!! Give an inch……and the PSYCHO/SOCIOPATHS will TAKE 1000 MILES!! THAT genie NEVER to be put back in the bottle!! THE END!


Oh look – after all the promises, the reassurances and the ‘opt out’ forms:
British national Health Service managers secretly plot the sale of their ‘list’.

gloria delfin

Hows the Pope of our bigger Roman Catholic participates? Seems that in his “Laudatu Si” he is into the bigger agenda. If i can buy Mc Donald Chicken for meal why I cannot have the Holy Eucharist-the bread of life at least even on sundays only..

James Reinhart

Science has been overrun by those who use quack science of opinion and reversed engineered solutions as facts. Vaccines were scientifically proven harmful and dangerous back in 1850 with the 1889 work by Alfred Wallace to members of parliament and others: “Fourty-five years of Registration Statistics, proving Vaccination to be both useless and dangerous. In Two Parts” London: E. W. Allen, 4 Ave Maria Lane 1889. Also for those that farm with pesticides and herbicides based on quackery which flies in the face of true science and good methodology of Antoine Beauchamp compared to the fool, Louis Pasteur whose methods… Read more »

Erik Nielsen

Good one. Only I cant find the good guys. So the good guys are few and become martyrs, and the bad greedy guys are many and live a long life with honour.


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