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The Use of Automation In Control & How To Counter It (10/24/2020)
We have spoken briefly before about the nature of technology, and the personal choice of whether it is used to expedite slavery or to empower others.
For example, many people who run corporations spy on their own employees, and instead of fostering an environment of mutual trust or giving them the tools to do tasks more efficiently, they are treated as "disposable" if they do not comply.
This type of behavior, of one attempting to exert control over another by way of intimidation or manipulation, is obviously not limited to businesses. It has infiltrated much of society throughout time and place with people rationalizing it as something that is "necessary" in order for us to survive, or for us to interact with each other constructively.
However, no matter how strongly some might have convinced themselves that it is for a "greater good", people often do "good works" as an act of self-aggrandizement and for the sake of enslaving others. Such a person desires to bring everyone together, but only to put themselves "on top". Therefore, we should be especially watchful of systems of control being enacted under the guise of protecting our "safety", "health", etc., or to offer us more "convenience", "profit", etc.
There has always been a demand for systems of centralized control operated by only a few, and the development of many technologies is motivated by this aim specifically. That statement might sound like a "conspiracy theory", but history is replete with instances of this occuring. The names and faces of the ones carrying it out simply shifting like the sands of time itself.
A few striking examples are the unique identifiers assigned to people within concentration camps and the use of computers to speed up the operation of those camps. Automated genocide! With no conscience or accountability in the use of technology, harming others becomes "quick and easy". And "better" technology, coupled to our personal prejudices and other destructive tendencies, is a recipe for disaster...
The application of technology towards centralized influence continues, although it is not always so blatant what the motivations are behind it. Over the past 30 years, there seems to have been a push for the following:
• The complete "digitalization" of money
From a gold standard, to credit, to payment apps, to cryptocurrency, society has been progressively moving towards the "cashless". The U.S. Federal Reserve, and similar organizations within other countries, are looking to phase out paper bills and coins, replacing them with a form of cryptocurrency.
As extreme as it may sound, it must be said that money never had, nor will it ever have, value. It is within everyone's best interest to move towards a social structure that is not dependent upon it. No matter what form it takes, a monetary system only props up an "economy" founded upon disparity, "advertising" that preys on people's insecurities, and "institutions" which often make "opportunities" for some to rob others blind. There is no scarcity, only mismanagement. Yet, in their desperation, people do wicked things...
• A single system of "identification"
From the Aadhaar Card in India to the Huduma Number in Kenya, different countries are attempting to pool all of their records and limit their access with a single ID. There are even organizations whose sole aim is to make sure that everyone on Earth has an ID. Why?
It is often stated that this is for reasons of "security", but the topic of "privacy" is a tricky issue when some only demand it in order to hide their own destructive behaviors. While we should have some level of privacy on the individual level, we should also desire that all organizations be completely transparent within their dealings. People can only be self-responsible when they are unable to hide behind a name, a label, a title, etc.
Another commonly stated reason is so that people can "exercise their rights" and be a part of various social activities through an ID. But the fact that someone has "rights" within the context of a government cannot be used to determine whether or not they should be considered a "person"! For example, there are still many governments throughout the world that are persecuting portions of their populace simply due to the prejudices of the people who run them. Hence, "human rights" are normally considered intrinsic to the individual, and some governments grant "asylum" to the citizens of others.
In short, your rights as a human being are not connected to any government, no matter who runs it. And your identity is not found in any record, no matter who keeps it. Like money, most forms of ID are nothing more than a method of control that dictate what you "can" and "cannot" do according to that system. People have no "right" to rule over others, and it is a personal choice what we make ourselves a part of. Therefore, morals are important (i.e.: how we hold ourselves to certain standards of behavior within our dealings with all others, both in "public" and in "private").
"Laws" are meaningless to those who seek to break them, and "financial records" are superfulous when there is no need for economics or currency. Even things like "medical records" are rendered obsolete when diagnostic tools become sophisticated enough to get an understanding of one's overall bodily state in real-time.
The only things which seem to necessitate verification of identity revolve around interpersonal communication. Are you what you claim to be? Can you do what you say? Why should I trust you? Can you trust me? Can I do what I say? Am I what I claim to be? If any of this could be conveyed by means of an ID of any kind, then there wouldn't still be "identity theft", "social engineering", and so on...Ooops! There goes "security"!
• An identifying "mark"
Finally, there has also been a push to connect the previous two points (i.e.: digital money + personal records) through some kind of unique identifier. Some examples...
Instead of having a debit card with a microchip embedded in it or using a keycard to open up an electronic lock, people are moving towards "RFID microchips" implanted within the skin of the hand and read with an "RFID scanner". This is starting to take off in the U.S. and is already popular in Sweden.
There is also a method that has been developed to deliver a vaccination that leaves a "tattoo" behind as a kind of medical record. It works by injecting both the vaccine and "quantum dots" into the skin with a patch covered in "microneedles" modeled after how a snake's fangs release venom. The "quantum dots" release a "bioluminescent enzyme" called "luciferase" that can be read off of a person's skin with an app on a smartphone. Unlike a chip, it cannot be removed.
Simultaneously, some of the same people that are carrying out this research have patented a cryptocurrency system that is connected to human body activity. In other words, if whomever is control of the system determines that your physiology does not meet some "condition" that they have set, then you do NOT get paid! It is like a much more invasive and serious form of the Social Credit System currently being implemented in China, with the mass-surveillance extending to one's own body and where a "blacklisting" could mean complete poverty. If all business owners were to continue pursuing this path of "maximization of profits", then how many more would starve to death under this kind of society?
Unsurprisingly, many Christians have claimed that these technologies are the "mark of the beast" referred to within the biblical book of "Revelation", which deals with the "apocalypse" (or the unveiling of truth about "the end of the world"). To quote Revelation 13:16-17 (NLT):
He required everyone - small and great, rich and poor, free and slave - to be given a mark on the right hand or on the forehead. And no one could buy or sell anything without that mark, which was either the name of the beast or the number representing his name.
Whatever you might believe spiritually, hopefully it is obvious that implementing any of these types of technologies or social systems is a terrible idea for everyone. But how much longer will it be before some people want them enforced world-wide as a "requirement" to do anything, whether out of fear for their own personal "safety" or out of lust for control over others? By using "health" as a trojan horse, can all of these technologies be tied together without anyone questioning it (e.g.: by putting an identifier that interacts with the cryptocurrency system into a vaccine without telling the people who receive it)?
Some are even suggesting that one's medical records be connected to their passport so they cannot travel without a "COVI-PASS", and with a rapid dispersion of the vaccine by the military, will you have a choice? If you refuse, will you be exiled or persecuted?
...Humanity seems very adamant in pursuing particular ideas without any understanding of the consequences that it might have. Technology is not "bad", but we still have to mature mentally and emotionally on a collective level in order to use it properly. We have attempted to point out some ways of constructively using technology to clean up the environment and to replenish natural resources with very little technology.
I sincerely hope that they can be of service to you in some manner. As with everything here, it is shared with the intention of empowering you. Despite the serious tone of this post, I trust in the constructiveness that humanity is capable of, and will continue to humbly work towards the redemption of this planet and everything on it in whatever ways I can. Are you interested in working together to make it happen?
Thank you for reading! ♥
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