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Engineered terrorist attacks, systematically-promoted fear of terrorist attacks, and fury generated among those whose countries are devastated by the Elite/psychopaths all provide calculated excuses to take away basic freedoms to ‘protect the public from terrorists’ and advance the police state. 

This is happening on a mega and quickening scale as new technologies are constantly introduced to face-scan, eye-scan, finger-scan, everything-scan, and record every communication through email, social media, smartphones and cameras in Smart TVs (the Telescreens envisaged by Orwell in 1984). 

Technology is now developed that can read your fingerprints from metres away and the range for such detailed identification is bound to get longer and longer. They represent only a very partial list of technology that forms a global web of individual and mass surveillance through ‘hyperconnectivity’.

Schools and children are being particularly targeted for cameras and other forms of technology to condition people from a young age to believe that 24/7 surveillance is ‘normal’. 

We now have surveillance drones and socalled ‘Intellistreets’ where your conversations can be recorded by street lamps and your movements tracked. 

Boeing has secured a patent from the US Patent and Trademark Office for an autonomous drone system that can be recharged in the air and never has to land. One report described the plan as ‘reminiscent of something straight out of the Matrix movies’ and likened the potential to the ‘Sentinels’ seeking out those who operated outside of the Matrix....

A future with pre-programmed automated flying drones which never need to land except for maintenance could result in a dystopian reality for humanity if manipulated by the military industrial complex [it’s planned to be]. The use of swarm algorithms in relation to autonomous drone fleets, when taken in concert with substantial advances in AI capabilities, has the potential to make the unimaginable a reality.

While the creation of a more efficient means of charging a fleet of drones seems on the surface a simple way to streamline the technology, the long-term implications for privacy and civil liberties could be devastating. Add to the list of concerns the arming of domestic drones and you have a recipe for disaster. Do we as a society really trust a swarm of autonomous drones, potentially armed, which in theory could almost never need to leave the sky?
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(05-15-2018, 08:42 AM)charlesjacob4695 Wrote: Engineered terrorist attacks, systematically-promoted fear of terrorist attacks, and fury generated among those whose countries are devastated by the Elite/psychopaths all provide calculated excuses to take away basic freedoms to ‘protect the public from terrorists’ and advance the police state. 

This is happening on a mega and quickening scale as new technologies are constantly introduced to face-scan, eye-scan, finger-scan, everything-scan, and record every communication through email, social media, smartphones and cameras in Smart TVs (the Telescreens envisaged by Orwell in 1984). 

Technology is now developed that can read your fingerprints from metres away and the range for such detailed identification is bound to get longer and longer. They represent only a very partial list of technology that forms a global web of individual and mass surveillance through ‘hyperconnectivity’.

Schools and children are being particularly targeted for cameras and other forms of technology to condition people from a young age to believe that 24/7 surveillance is ‘normal’. 

We now have surveillance drones and socalled ‘Intellistreets’ where your conversations can be recorded by street lamps and your movements tracked. 

Boeing has secured a patent from the US Patent and Trademark Office for an autonomous drone system that can be recharged in the air and never has to land. One report described the plan as ‘reminiscent of something straight out of the Matrix movies’ and likened the potential to the ‘Sentinels’ seeking out those who operated outside of the Matrix....

A future with pre-programmed automated flying drones which never need to land except for maintenance could result in a dystopian reality for humanity if manipulated by the military industrial complex [it’s planned to be]. The use of swarm algorithms in relation to autonomous drone fleets, when taken in concert with substantial advances in AI capabilities, has the potential to make the unimaginable a reality.

While the creation of a more efficient means of charging a fleet of drones seems on the surface a simple way to streamline the technology, the long-term implications for privacy and civil liberties could be devastating. Add to the list of concerns the arming of domestic drones and you have a recipe for disaster. Do we as a society really trust a swarm of autonomous drones, potentially armed, which in theory could almost never need to leave the sky?

Indeed, it is moving forward on an alarming rate of knots.
Sadly the snowflake generation will not know what has happened to them until it is too late
to do anything about it.
The propaganda machine sells it s added security and the sheeple just accept it.
24/7 surveillance is not far away, but of course that was their plan all along
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Robo wars: DARPA wants to deploy automated drones as coordinated swarms to “isolate an urban objective”

https://www.nexusnewsfeed.com/article/ge...-objective


Criminals are now using swarms of small drones to befuddle law enforcement -

https://www.nexusnewsfeed.com/article/ge...nforcement
  


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