from NewDawnMagazine Website
Instead of wars
for control over natural resources, à la Iraq, Libya, and Syria, the
new battles will be fought across informational landscapes by
tyrannical tech monopolies whose software is based on designs that
emerged from the state-funded military sector and whose power is too
vast for governments to break.
Referring to brain implants, the founder and head of what became the World Economic Forum, Klaus Schwab, said in 2016:
Schwab said that this will eliminate the boundaries between digital and physical space. 2
In 2017, Jun Wang, co-founder of the health company iCarbonX, said:
Governments' responses to the Covid 'pandemic' worldwide have given our new biotech overlords the perfect opportunity to roll out and impose a myriad of next-generation gadgets for the control of humanity.
Billionaire tech entrepreneur Peter Thiel once wrote:
In-Q-Tel is a US Central Intelligence Agency seed-funding company whose investments, with others, helped to set up Google and Thiel's Palantir:
Palantir was awarded US
Defense Department contracts in foreign battlefields, including
Afghanistan, to build biometric databases of the world. 6
The pair discussed selling NHS data to the US-based firm. 7
In 2020, with Covid ripping through Britain, Palantir was awarded a £23 million contract under the secret Crown Commercial Services G-Cloud 11 Framework. 8
The NHS later developed
its own App for track and trace, which in April 2021 the Transport
Secretary, Grant Shapps, said could be used for vaccine travel
It describes itself and its products as building and presenting,
A snazzy GenVis video promotes Australia's 500 per cent increase in CCTV over the last decade, adding that 80 per cent of footage is unused due to monitoring costs.
GenVis's "intelligence path mapping" software can rectify this alleged problem by tracking targets and using visuals to make data easy to understand. 11
The authorities in both South and Western Australia gave GenVis a contract to monitor Covid patients in quarantine via the G2G Now app, which the police also utilize to enforce travel restrictions. 12
Accenture has also won military consultation contracts and promotes the aerospace sector on its website. 14
In March 2021, the Australian government teamed up with numerous companies, including Accenture, to deliver vaccines to the population.
Greg Hunt, the Minister for Health and Aged Care, said:
Vaccine bookings would be managed by HealthEngine:
But the company had
already been fined for unlawfully sharing patient data. 16
IBM also made money off the back of the US taxpayer.
By the 1950s, for example, the IBM 701 computer was processing 17,000 instructions per second for researchers and the US government. 18
The 'pandemic' has given IBM an opportunity to utilize its data-gathering and processing for public health services. The US government contracted IBM to develop a Digital Health Pass.
The operation is described as follows:
According to the New York State, the Excelsior Pass,
The Excelsior Pass is based on IBM's Digital Health Pass. 21
Carbon Health, the Commons Project, the CARIN Alliance, Evernorth, the Mayo Clinic, Microsoft, the MITRE Corporation and many others have spawned a mini vaccine/test passport industry via apps and initiatives like Change Healthcare, FirstVitals, and VaxYes. 22
Blockchain advocates reckon that end-to-end data can fast-track test results and vaccine certificates. 23
But blockchain potentially threatens
privacy by including in the chain all the informational points about
the given person.
Buying habits form personal profiles of the consumer from which insurance companies, data brokers, and advertisers profit. Blockchain was created specifically for cashless digital money transactions called cryptocurrency. 24
Fear of catching
Covid has made growing numbers of
consumers and shop assistants increasingly reluctant to handle cash,
so much so that by November 2020, nearly six in 10 consumers were
willing to pay bank fees in order to make non-physical transactions.
In the US, the Federal Reserve has quarantined its cash.
The e-commerce-friendly Chinese Community Party, which had already encouraged payment by QR codes, has literally disinfected its money.
The Reserve Bank of India has actively encouraged electronic payments. 26
FinTech Magazine reports that the kind of biometrics envisaged by the likes of Klaus Schwab originated in the 19th century with the eugenicist Francis Galton.
As growing numbers of apps and software on iPhones, iPads and other devices give users the option or indeed require having fingerprint recognition, palm prints, voice recognition, and eye scans, cryptocurrencies go hand-in-hand with biometrics.
Set up by the
Draghici, PayByFace, for instance, uses recognition algorithms
to enable instant transactions. Similar companies have focused on
eye recognition in light of mask mandates that render whole-of-face
recognition software useless. 27
Over the years, the Institute has received money from the US Department of Defense, including grants to build an artificial immune system. 29
2020, employees of the San Diego Metropolitan Transit System wore
the Institute-produced Fitbit watch designed to identify early Covid
The news comes at a time
when Amazon Prime drivers are quitting over company demands that
they consent to yield their biometric data in the form of in-car
surveillance that monitors them to authenticate their identity and
track their levels of fatigue as they drive. 32
The ancient wisdom that teaches lack of separation between the human and the infinity of god is being replaced with a new philosophical paradigm: