The controlled media portrays the Big Brother tyranny as somehow a kind of inevitable evolution as though natural forces were busily at work proliferating wild weeds of database dossiers, GPS tracking devices, microchip IDs, camera systems and biometric scanners. But this leaves out one fact, that it is human beings who are planning and implementing these systems while the rest of us sleep. And which human beings are planning and implementing these vast Orwellian systems of total control you might ask? Well, it is simple: the same ones who staged the attacks of 9/11 and 7/7 using them as pretexts for these very systems, the globalist elites whose plan is to control every function of your body, mind and soul. Why? Because they enjoy it! These sadistic control freaks enjoy making you into total slaves because in reality, they believe they own you and can do whatever they want with you.
Big Brother Britain
Technology is gradually eroding personal privacy as well as putting people’s lives at risk.
This was the stark warning from the Royal Academy of Engineering in its report on privacy and surveillance in the UK.
It paints an alarming picture about how new technologies are gradually eroding personal privacy and the ways they could be abused.
“Advances in technology have the potential to do great good, but they also carry the risk of doing damage if they are introduced without proper care and forethought,” warned the report.
It gave some scenarios about how personal data could be abused. For example although it may sound far fetched, it said biometric data on ID cards and passports could be used by terrorists who could use this information as the trigger to detonate specially crafted bombs against specific nationalities or ethnic groups.
Another that may sound more plausible is misuse of personal data by Governments and other organisations.
“It is not entirely absurd to imagine that supermarkets’ loyalty card data might one day be used by the Government to identify people who ignored advice to eat healthily, or who drank too much, so that they could be given a lower priority for treatment by the NHS,” said the study.
The report echoes closely stark warnings made last year by Information Commissioner, Richard Thomas. In its report, A Surveillance Society, which looked at surveillance in 2006 and projects forward ten years to 2016, he warned we have already unwittingly let our lives be tracked by visible and invisible means.
“Two years ago I warned that we were in danger of sleepwalking into a surveillance society. Today I fear that we are in fact waking up to a surveillance society that is already all around us,” he said.