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Former National Security Advisor to President Jimmy Carter, infamous geopolitical "strategist" (read: al-Qaeda architect), and current Barack Obama advisor Zbigniew Brzezinski called it nearly half a century ago.
In his book Between Two Ages - America's Role in the Technetronic Era originally published in 1970, he laid out what our future ruled by technocratic elites in a scientific dictatorship would look like.
And he was spot on.
You don't say…
Just think about where we are now.
As previously reported, former managing director of the board of directors of Wall Street investment firm Dillon, Read & Co, as well as former Assistant Secretary of Housing and Federal Housing Commissioner in the Dept. of H.U.D. during the Bush 41 administration, Catherine Austin Fitts relayed a chilling conversation she overheard circa 1984 while working on Wall Street, where executives discussed how brainwave entrainment technology was about to be deployed through the television waves.
She further warns that the television is not the only media devices that uses these techniques - and by now, surely more advanced techniques - to persuade consumers, quell opposition and encourage the status quo.
Other media devices are also "compromised," Fitts says, so users should be aware of its affects on cell phones, radios, the Internet.
What do those advanced techniques look like today? This doesn't even consider, say, extremely low frequency wave weapons whose study began under the CIA's project MKUltra and have no doubt transcended into something nightmarish in modern times.
This is before we get to issue of targeted individuals or whether or not we are literally living in the movie They Live.
On the other hand, the National Security Administration (NSA) and other government agencies use every form of new technology the public finds out about (fake cell phone towers, stingray devices, etc.) to database and spy on the American people wholesale.
And that's just what we find out about, not including the trillions that have undoubtedly been spent on black budget projects.
Our 4th Amendment is nearly non-existent, which is why last year Bilderberg 2014 rhetorically asked "Does privacy exist?"
It's a foregone conclusion...
When a new technology does come out that could really benefit mankind and possibly shift the entire structure of society to a freer one, affording more liberty to the people stumbling around in it…
The kinds of hypothetical energy ideas Nikola Tesla was working towards perhaps or the types of frequency cures Wilhelm Reich was jailed and possibly killed over or Royal Raymond Rife was chased out of the country for… Those technologies are squashed under the smothering safety blanket of "National Security".
Ever heard of the Invention Secrecy Act? Our government has classified thousands of patents this way and threatened the inventors that if they even so much as talk about their inventions, they could be tossed in federal prison for decades.
On top of that is the Sensitive Application Warning System (SAWS), which delays a patent's approval process under the same guise for however long the government feels like it, basically.
While many inventions can relate to military applications, there are a lot of things that could be used for so much more than that.
Federation of American Scientists Project Director on Government Secrecy Steven Aftergood notes that a FOIA request to retrieve the list of technology that patents are currently screened and silenced under has been denied.
So making energy more efficient is classified as "detrimental" to national security, huh?
See how that works? Simply put, the system hoards all the "good science" for itself, and then usually silences it to keep things status quo or uses it for military applications.
Technology starts out neutral, but whatever they get, rest assured they'll always apply it to the potential of weapons of war first before even considering the possibility of advancing humanity.
It's the second decade of the 21st century and we're just now getting to a place where solar panels are a well-known and used technology.
Go ahead and consider why that is.
Stop me when any of this sounds a little too familiar…