The CDC Spied On Over 20 Million Cellphone Users Per Day During The Plandemic.

Sen. Ron Johnson (R-Wis.) has demanded information from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) concerning the agency’s efforts to track Americans using mobile phone location data during the COVID-19 outbreak. Johnson questioned the CDC’s purported use of location data in a May 5 letter to Director Rochelle Walensky, demanding answers as to why…

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International Bank Develops Prototype for Cross-Border Digital Currency Platform. Paving The Way To Our Technocratic Dystopia.

The Bank for International Settlements (BIS) has created two prototypes for a common platform that would allow international settlements to be made with digital currencies issued by numerous central banks. The infrastructure, codenamed “Project Dunbar,” is meant to allow financial institutions to conduct cross-border transactions in many currencies. The solution has the ability to eliminate…

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The March Toward A Technocratic Dystopia Begins With The War On “Domestic Terrorists”; AKA The Right Side Of The Isle.

At a tense House Judiciary Committee meeting on March 16, Democrats renewed their drive for an injection of domestic counterterrorism resources for the Justice Department, FBI, and Department of Homeland Security, with Republicans pushing back. At the March 16 markup, House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerrold Nadler (D-NY) praised the Domestic Terrorism Prevention Act of 2021,…

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Government-Wide Facial Recognition Software Usage is Under the Microscope.

Following the success of a recent effort to have the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) scrap its facial recognition program, privacy advocates are now targeting other agencies that employ the technology. Public interest groups and legislators from both parties reacted angrily to reports last month that the IRS required people to upload selfies for an identity…

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China’s AI Prosecutor is Yet Another Technocratic Dystopian Inevitability Just Over the Horizon.

Chinese scientists claim to have invented a computer that uses artificial intelligence (AI) to charge criminals. The equipment was constructed and tested by the Shanghai Pudong Procuratorate, the country’s largest prosecutor’s office. Credit card fraud, conducting a gambling operation, reckless driving, intentional injury, impeding official responsibilities, theft, fraud, and provoking a dispute are the eight…

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A Tech Savvy Guide for Survival in a Technocratic Dystopia.

With the shadow of a planned pandemic looming over society, it’s safe to assume that dystopia is upon us in one way or another. But as things continue to progress and big tech carries out an actual psyop on society, we should probably seek to take hold of the tech industry considering it’s obviously in…

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