Creepy Tracking Tech Gone Too Far: “Police Surveillance Now Fully Automated and Integrated Into Wireless Networks”

A-Nation-of-SheepWe should let that figure sink in … 35 fatalities on average a year from mass shootings with four or more victims and even then the major ones like Sandy Hook, Aurora, Columbine, Wisconsin and so on are clearly staged by the military-Intelligence networks to justify ever more gun control. The number of people killed on the roads of America: one every 13 minutes or 155 people a day many of them children. New gun laws are not about protecting life, but advancing Agenda 21 and while they seek to ban assault weapons among the population Homeland Security was buying 7,000 fully-automatic assault weapons, sorry ‘personal defence weapons’ for use in domestic America. Obama said: ‘AK-47s belong in the hands of soldiers, not in the hands of criminals … they belong on the battlefield of war, not on the streets of our cities.’ What he didn’t add to that sentence was ‘unless they are in the hands of law enforcement’.

Smart Meters are part of an emerging Smart Grid of wireless communication from centralised control centres to and from every home and business. It is planned that everyone on the planet will eventually be connected to the Smart Grid wireless field.

All this will allow Big Brother to know every time you open your fridge door, wash, go to bed or use your computer and how many people are in your home and where they are. Now you can see the significance of the Apple-connected chip company ARM producing ‘low-powered, less expensive chips for use in domestic appliances, even doorbells’ and why former CIA Director David Petraeus said: … items of interest will be located, identified, monitored and remotely controlled through technologies such as radio-frequency identification [microchips], sensor networks, tiny embedded servers, and energy harvesters – all connected to the next-generation Internet using abundant, low-cost, and high-power computing that would ‘transform’ the art of spying and allow people to be monitored automatically without planting bugs or direct infiltration.

==The Perception Deception – (Icke, David)

We are all racing into the future but it is increasingly the pace of change, and not our wills, which is shaping that future. The world is rather like a plane on automatic pilot, with its speed continuously accelerating but with no defined destination.

The unprecedented dimensions of the twentieth century’s bloodletting were directly derived from the central existential struggles that defined and dominated this century. These struggles cumulatively produced the two most massive moral outrages of our time—outrages that transformed the century of promise into one of organized insanity. The first involved prolonged and extraordinarily devastating wars, not only with very high military casualties but with an equally high or even higher civilian toll: two world wars and at least thirty additional major international or civil wars (defined as ones in which fatalities were no less than tens of thousands). The second has involved the totalitarian attempts to create what might be described as “coercive utopias”: perfect societies based on the physical elimination of prescribed “social misfits,” doctrinally defined as racially or socially precluded from redemption.

===Out of Control: Global Turmoil on the Eve of the 21st Century (Zbigniew Brzezinski)

There is no turning back, it is far too late for that– knowledge is power–total knowledge is total control–we are becoming slaves of the State.

Welcome to 2015. We’re certainly not in Kansas anymore.

Not only is the police state here, but it is upgrading all the time.

While people are busy fighting an uphill battle with apparently rampant cases of abuse, excessive force and a misguided and failed War on Drugs, many are too far behind the times to keep up with these technologies – now being tested or used in police departments across the country.

While the use of technology in policing is nothing new, it might surprise you have far things have gone – with much of police surveillance now fully automated and integrated into wireless networks, and monitored by Homeland Security-funded fusion centers. rounded up these examples of creepy, robot, privacy destroying police tactics (and it’s only just beginning):

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