Operation 9/11 was a smashing success. A true Triumph of the Will! The pretext worked like a charm. In their traumatized condition, the mind-control could be easily inserted into the unsuspecting minds of the ignorant. All the Big Brother technologies could be safely rolled out with no one batting an eye. Progress is being made toward a New World Order where humans are transformed into useful cyborgs and monitored around the clock in a high-tech surveillance grid. They are fattening up nicely for the slaughter as we see obesity levels at epidemic proportions worldwide. The slaves are learning to love their servitude as Huxley predicted the use of pharmacology would make humans more controllable. Liberties could now be surrendered. Sovereignty could now be seen as an antiquated concept. World Government is being installed as a result of pretextual World War. The Good Cops and the Bad Cops are working together at the top of the control pyramid to manage the Hegelian control of the past, present and future. All is going precisely according to plan. The Luciferian dream of total domination is at hand!
War is Peace. Slavery is freedom. Ignorance is Strength. All hail our Illuminati Grand Masters of Illusion. And if you can’t beat em, join em. Right?
Five years after the Sept. 11 attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon, the federal government’s record of adopting antiterrorism technologies has been mixed. Puffers, chemical scanners and biometrics devices are appearing in airports. Radio-frequency chips are being inserted in U.S. passports. The U.S. Army has developed machine-gun toting robots for deployment in Iraq. CNET News.com has compiled a list of 10 technologies, five that should be adopted more speedily to help in homeland security efforts–and five that raise at least some privacy and security concerns.
But the FBI is still struggling with computer systems that are at least half a decade out of date, Homeland Security is having similar problems with inspections of shipping containers, and it’s hardly clear that RFID-equipped passports are any safer from duplication by an identity thief or enterprising member of al-Qaida. CNET News.com has compiled a list of 10 technologies, five that should be adopted more speedily to help in homeland security efforts–and five that raise at least some privacy and security concerns. Read on for the details.