BINGE WATCHING THE CIVIL WAR
MONOLOGUE WRITTEN BY CLYDE LEWIS
The history of the “marriage” of science and politics is too well-known. It is something that I have always thought has a potential of being a dangerous thing. One can take a look at past marriages between science and politics from eugenics programs to the Manhattan Project and understand that if there is a political movement attaches itself to a scientific theory or breakthrough you can bet that there is a dangerous precedent being set that becomes a threat to the very fabric and wellbeing of the Republic.
Since World War II, the relationships between science, technological breakthroughs and politics have been essentially characterized by the fact that they developed in national contexts to produce a unique set of integrated institutions and mechanisms designed to produce and exploit knowledge on an unprecedented scale.
This puts both political agents and the technocracy in an extremely powerful position. Left unchecked, the people eventually become slaves to the technocratic innovations. By that time the situation becomes difficult to reverse.
In the past, I have talked about how our innovations, while convenient could be a beguiling trap for something we will not be able to control.
We all know of the technical infrastructure of communications lines that combine hardware, standards, protocols and software in order to evolve gradually into the smart cities of the next decade.
Most people will talk about these smart cities in the future tense—but the future is speeding ever so close to our present and without much fanfare the installation of the smart city grid system is happening now and the advent of 5G or fifth generation programs are going to change the way we live and the new system will most certainly revoke your Fourth Amendment rights.
The Fourth Amendment really doesn’t get as much attention in media as the 1st and Second Amendment. There are no angry teens that go on tours encouraging people to amend it. It isn’t even on David Hogg’s radar — there is no NRA equivalent that defends the Fourth Amendment.
I am even willing to bet that if I held a rally demanding that we sustain and protect the Fourth Amendment – there would be a small turnout, no media coverage and no police intervention.
It just doesn’t have the extreme political support that shooting your gun or shooting your mouth off does.
Yet, silently and gradually your Fourth Amendment rights are being taken away and with 5G in the wings – we will most certainly bid a not fond farewell to our right to be secure and protected from unreasonable searches and seizures.
For those who don’t know, 5G, which comes from the term 5th generation, is the latest wireless communication system that telecommunications companies are currently implementing. It is designed to allow faster downloads of more data, using the 28, 37 and 39 GHz bands, also known as the millimeter wave spectrum.
5G is being rolled out fast, right now, with Verizon testing it out in 11 U.S. cities and AT&T also conducting experiments. Many people are encouraging the advancement of 5G based on their desire at all costs for convenience and speed and yet, they are foolishly valuing speed over their privacy, their safety and their health.
I know we all want convenience and speed with the Internet of Things, but what we sacrifice may not be worth the commencement into some pretty unsafe territory.
What it means is that the world you live in now is about to be turned into something like the Matrix which is a total technological control grid whose ultimate purpose is to know what you’re thinking and feeling, and then be able to change what you’re thinking and feeling so as to control your actions.
The biggest secret of this worldwide conspiracy is that most people who push forward their particular aspect of the overall agenda have no idea of the deeper ramifications or where the whole thing is headed.
However, there have been hints, and these hints are not even speculative pulp found on most conspiracy theory websites. They are openly blatant and the American people who are now caught up in their political incivility are not aware of how they are digging their own holes for entrapment.
The article points out that in many major U.S. cities there are buildings that tower above us and inside them are an advanced telecommunication networks that provide intelligence information to the CIA and the NSA.
Atlanta, Chicago, Dallas, Los Angeles, New York City, San Francisco, Seattle, and Washington, D.C. – in each of these cities, The Intercept has identified an AT&T facility containing networking equipment that transports large quantities of internet traffic across the United States and the world. A body of evidence, including classified NSA documents, public records, and interviews with several former AT&T employees, indicates that the buildings are central to an NSA spying initiative that has for years monitored billions of emails, phone calls, and online chats passing across U.S. territory.
The NSA considers AT&T to be one of its most trusted partners and has lauded the company’s “extreme willingness to help.” It is a collaboration that dates back decades. Little known, however, is that its scope is not restricted to AT&T’s customers. According to the NSA’s documents, it values AT&T not only because it “has access to information that transits the nation,” but also because it maintains unique relationships with other phone and internet providers. The NSA exploits these relationships for surveillance purposes, commandeering AT&T’s massive infrastructure and using it as a platform to covertly tap into communications processed by other companies.
Much has previously been reported about the NSA’s surveillance programs. But few details have been disclosed about the physical infrastructure that enables the spying. Last year, The Intercept highlighted a likely NSA facility in New York City’s Lower Manhattan. Now, we are seeing for the first time a series of other buildings across the U.S. that appear to serve a similar function, as critical parts of one of the world’s most powerful electronic eavesdropping systems, hidden in plain sight.
The Intercept reports that there are hundreds of AT&T-owned properties scattered across the U.S. The eight identified by The Intercept serve a specific function, processing AT&T customers’ data and also carrying large quantities of data from other internet providers. They are known as “backbone” and “peering” facilities.
While network operators would usually prefer to send data through their own networks, often a more direct and cost-efficient path is provided by other providers’ infrastructure. If one network in a specific area of the country is overloaded with data traffic, another operator with capacity to spare can sell or exchange bandwidth, reducing the strain on the congested region. This exchange of traffic is called “peering” and is an essential feature of the internet.
Introduce 5G and smart city technology and you have a more efficient surveillance apparatus that will not only aid in stopping criminal activity, it will also be efficient in actually seeking out what can be called “precrime” activity, much like what was seen in the film “Minority Report” written by Philip K. Dick.
Technology has moved past our individual rights and technology is now determining what day and time a crime will be committed in your neighborhood and produce a list of suspects that need to “questioned” prior to a crime being committed.
This is technological profiling.
The scary part is that the technology is capable of profiling people using things as simple as wardrobe choices, tattoos, cigarettes they smoke, whether or not you are in a location for the first time – it is all up to Artificial Intelligence to decide if you have all the makings of a trouble maker.
Some people that live their lives by the mainstream narrative may well be shocked to discover the extent of CIA spying on their lives, but that is truly the tip of the iceberg. If the technology already exists to affect, influence and control the human frequency field and energetic structure, how close are we already to technological slavery?
A Smart City we are told is a safe city. All over the grid there will be sensors that collect data about you and your environment: there will be street and highway sensors, and that will connect to you ubiquitous smartphones with their motion sensors and GPS location receivers. Then there are the “smarts” that figure out what the data means and what to do about it. This includes all the computer processors on these devices and increasingly in the cloud, as well as the memory that stores all of this information.
The sensors are called “points of presence.”
AT&T currently boasts 19,500 “points of presence” in 149 countries where internet traffic is exchanged. But only eight of the company’s facilities in the U.S. offer direct access to its “common backbone” – key data routes that carry vast amounts of emails, internet chats, social media updates, and internet browsing sessions. These eight locations are among the most important in AT&T’s global network. They are also highly valued by the NSA, documents indicate.
Within AT&T’s networks, there is filtering equipment designed to separate foreign and domestic internet data before it is passed to the NSA, the agency’s documents show. Filtering technology is often used by internet providers for security reasons, enabling them to keep tabs on problems with their networks, block out spam, or monitor hacking attacks. But the same tools can be used for government surveillance.
There is a rollout of more “points of presence” undwerway and if you have paid an attention the mainstream news has praised the installation of the many “spy sites” across the country.
The agenda of this rollout is to cover the entire Earth, including rural areas with a 5G electromagnetic blanket, so that its effects can literally not be escaped by anyone living on this planet.
Designed to work in conjunction with what former CIA head David Petraeus called the Internet of Things or IoT, the intent behind emerging 5G technology is to hook every single material thing on the planet, as well as humans themselves, onto a vast planet-wide web where everything and everyone become nodes on the network – connected by microchips which are nano-sized and can be inhaled. You will also have the option of having a microchip embedded in your hand or on some other part of the body.
5G will penetrate material objects better that previous technologies. This means that 5G radiation will be even harder to shield yourself against. 5G will be infrastructure-intensive: the plan is to erect even more radiating towers in every corner of the planet. It is destined to l make tens of billions of dollars for its owners through “unanticipated and unintended” consequences. 5G will require the sharing of frequencies with the military; and will also provide intelligence agencies information on you, your tendencies, your likes and dislikes.
The world at the moment is being technologically being remodeled, and the interplay of technological, economic, social and political factors is so complex that even the immediate future is difficult to forecast.
Instant adjustments to unexpected shifts have become daily requirements for individuals, firms and other institutions, as well as for governments. In this climate, the stress is on structural adaptation, flexibility, deregulation, decentralization, and initiative.
There has always been a question as to how our overlords are capable of dodging constitutional bullets when it comes to spying and technological overreach.
It is simple, what was once a conspiracy theorists pipe dream is a reality and with the participation of several nations, we can circumvent constitutional entanglements by asking a cooperating foreign partner to do the data collecting for us.
Candidates for the interception of international communications are not usually targeted at residents of the home country. Therefore, the person whose messages are intercepted has no domestic legal protection, not being resident in the country concerned.
We now have a network of fascist overlords who all agree that there needs to be a system of intrusion to protect their power hold on their citizens. They all can do favors for each other and all can agree on who needs to be surgically removed from this planet with a drone.
Not that it is a surprise to anyone but Google and Facebook are part of the multitentacled surveillance octopus. Google is involved with a program known as the “Enduring Security Framework”, which entails the sharing of information between Silicon Valley tech companies and Pentagon-affiliated agencies “at network speed.”
The Internet of Everything has tentacles that extend deep into a huge array of socio and technical systems, with billions of moving parts – and as many players with deeply vested interests. In an IoT world, privacy, as we know it, will no longer be possible.
In 2013, the Washington Post and The Guardian revealed that the NSA has backdoor access to all major Silicon Valley social media firms, including Microsoft, Yahoo, Google, Facebook, PalTalk, AOL, Skype, YouTube, and Apple – all through the notorious PRISM program which began in 2007 under the Protect America Act. PRISM’s existence was leaked by Edward Snowden before he entered into ongoing asylum in Moscow. Microsoft was the first company to join the PRISM program.
In the age of increasingly capable technology, it is important to make sure that our laws, and our constitutional rights, keep up with the evolving nature of the digital world.
Greater technological advances make it far easier for the government to infringe on our rights. The protection of our rights is not a partisan issue – people of all faiths and all political ideologies are threatened as the very thing that connects all Americans is the Constitution.
However, the mainstream narrative is now pushing a civil war agenda – and the intelligence apparatus is all too willing to binge watch and listen to anyone that will plot against this country.
It is to ensure that as technology advances, the Constitution does not fall by the wayside.