- Aug 4, 2019
out and out saying they will murder Peoples with thatView attachment 96479
1991 document describes what constitutes the New World Order; all nations will be given “quotas for population reduction on a yearly basis”On 22 September 1991, nine months before the Earth Summit was held in Rio de Janeiro, a United Nations Midwest Public Hearing on Environment and Development was held in Des Moines, Iowa. A document…expose-news.com
If only the sleeping masses turned off their TV's, took their heads out of the sand and started thinking for themselves. If they stopped listening to these phony online social media influencers and liars. Then maybe this constant division and all these endless distractions would cease to exist. It could all end, if we ALL said no.out and out saying they will murder Peoples with that
line of "whatever means necessary"eh
We already Knew they wanted a 1984 scenario world
this sounds like a dash of a few other movies logans run
comes to mind
We really need to wake up and get rid of these evils by
any means necessary before this comes in full force and
it's too late
all this is for is the social credit system that's comingThe Daily Wire ROASTED For Supporting REMOVING Anonymity On The Internet! Nikki Haley Is A Menace!
the daily wire CEO Jeremy Boreing came out in support of removing our ability to remain anonymous on the internet..www.bitchute.com
Facebook is not a social network. Dark secrets of the famous Internet platform and its real tasks
“What do you know about Lifelog? This is a DARPA project to create an automatically updated, detailed, organized, electronic list of every interaction you have, every event you attend, every place you go, and everything you do. Most interestingly, the cancellation of Lifelog was announced on the same day that Facebook was launched.
Facebook is probably the biggest part of the LifeLog system.
After 9/11, DARPA worked closely with the US intelligence community (specifically the CIA) to develop a "precriminal" approach to counterterrorism known as Total Information Awareness or TIA. The goal of the TIA was to develop an "all-seeing" military surveillance apparatus. The TIA's official justification was that invasive surveillance of the entire US population was necessary to prevent "terrorist attacks" and disease outbreaks. The leader was John Poindexter, Ronald Reagan's former national security adviser. The TIA program caused considerable public outrage after it was made public in early 2003. The American Civil Liberties Union said the surveillance effort would "kill privacy in America" because "every aspect of our lives will be cataloged", while several mainstream media outlets warned that the TIA was "fighting terror by intimidating US citizens". As a result of pressure, DARPA changed the name of the program to Terrorist Information Awareness.
After much controversy and criticism, in late 2003 TIA was closed and defunded by Congress, just a few months after its launch. It was only later revealed that TIA never actually shut down, and its various programs were secretly divided among the network of military and intelligence agencies that make up the US National Security State. Part of it was privatized
A close friend of Poindexter's, DARPA program manager Douglas Gage, created LifeLog, whose goal was "to create a database that tracks the entire human existence," including people's relationships, communication, thoughts, media usage habits, purchases, behaviors, and more to create a digital record." everything a person says, sees or does. It looks like AI, developed by Howard Schrob and others, should have been applied to this data.
While DARPA has publicly denied covert surveillance, DARPA's own documentation on LifeLog noted that the project "will be able to infer the user's routines, habits, and relationships with other people, organizations, places, and objects, and use these patterns to facilitate its task." , which acknowledged its potential use as a mass surveillance tool.
The application of these two steps is to fully model and predict human behavior. Network modeling that provides an unimaginably powerful and wide range of possibilities for managing populations at every conceivable level.”
tptb really think We're so stupid that they can walk
They act as if we don't know their agenda...Their data, obviously skewed, to have their intended conclusion...The United Nations Food & Agriculture Organization is planning to release a first-of-its-kind report taking aim at the "over-consumption" of meat in the West.www.foxnews.com
Yeah what could possibly go wrong?..The United Nations Food & Agriculture Organization is planning to release a first-of-its-kind report taking aim at the "over-consumption" of meat in the West.www.foxnews.com