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originally posted by: incoserv
I'm still undecided on whether the likes of Wells and Huxley were warning us or just mocking us.
originally posted by: Dr UAE
a reply to: karl 12
thank you for that second video, just confirmed my suspicions, God help us
WASHINGTON — On Wednesday, the Senate Judiciary Committee will convene a hearing on the EARN IT Act, a bill that threatens all online communications and the encryption technologies used to secure those conversations. Introduced by Sens. Lindsey Graham (R–South Carolina) and Richard Blumenthal (D–Connecticut), the legislation would open a door to online-content screening by a governmental commission serving under U.S. Attorney General William Barr.
The EARN IT Act has already earned the disapproval of leading free-speech and digital-rights groups that have raised concerns about its threats to internet users’ privacy and free speech rights.
originally posted by: Jason79
If your looking to me to save the world, I'm sorry it's just not going to happen.
originally posted by: ManyMasks
Yeah they're going to put chips in us..
originally posted by: ManyMasks
we won't get a proper grasp of their agenda just yet but they sure are getting things in place...
Sourced by Soulwaxer:
"You Can’t Handle the Truth"
Srategic Communication Laboratories, a small U.K. firm specializing in “influence operations” made a very public debut this week with a glitzy exhibit occupying prime real estate at Defense Systems & Equipment International, or DSEi, the United Kingdom’s largest showcase for military technology. The main attraction was a full-scale mock-up of its ops center, running simulations ranging from natural disasters to political coups..
Then again, it’s hard to know exactly what else to call it. (Company literature describes SCL’s niche specialties as “psychological warfare,” “public diplomacy,” and “influence operations.”) The smallpox scenario plays out in excruciating detail how reporters would be tapped to receive disinformation, with TV and radio stations dedicated to around-the-clock coverage. Even the eventual disclosure is carefully scripted..
The company, which describes itself as the first private-sector provider of psychological operations, has been around since 1993. But its previous work was limited to civil operations, and it now wants to expand to military customers..
Government deception may even be justified in some cases, according to Michael Schrage, a senior adviser to the security-studies program at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. “If you tell the population that there’s been a bio-warfare attack, hospital emergency rooms will be overwhelmed with people who sincerely believe they have all the symptoms and require immediate attention,” Schrage says.
The problem, he adds, is that in a democracy, a large-scale ruse would work just once.
originally posted by: Itisnowagain
Thank you for posting ☺
originally posted by: Kenzo
Anyone noticed the economist March cover ,
The Economist March 2020
Current ownership is very interesting to discover:
The publication belongs to the Economist Group. It is 50% owned by the English branch of the Rothschild family and by the Agnelli family through its holding company Exor. The remaining 50% is held by private investors including the editors and staff. The Rothschilds and the Agnellis are represented on the board of directors.
The Economist" Newspaper Origins and Ownershippage: 1
Italian hospital footage (not American).