HOW TECHNOLOGY CAN OPPRESS
Every once in a while I get my photo albums out, and end up a little discouraged because there are no recent pictures there. With the advent of digital technology I’m way behind getting prints made of my pictures. My Mom says, can you make pictures for me. No, not really; because to do it right, you have to get photo paper, and special ink that isn’t going to fade over time. And then, go ahead and load your pictures on a disc and take them to a photo shop to get prints made– they’re more expensive than it was to get film developed. So, therefore there isn’t much of an impetus to get prints made.
And you know what, I don’t think the Establishment really cares. How many movies have you seen where the protagonist carried a picture that serve as inspiration. They can’t have that.
Their mindset is that photographs don’t last forever, unless they’re properly taken care of. Corbis Corporation (owned by Bill Gates), who have a collection of more than 100 million photographs (such as the Bettmann Archive), store their images 220 feet below ground in a refrigerated former limestone mine at a facility known as Iron Mountain in Boyers, PA. They do this to prevent the deterioration of the pictures in their collection. Since you don’t have the means to do the same thing, your old photographs are slowly degrading, which means that the photographic record of your family, life and memories will eventually fade away. Hence, the technology of digital pictures.
These digital images are stored on computer hard drives, external drives, thumb drives and discs. But to see and share them, you need to have a monitor, and a monitor needs electricity to function.
While we’re at it, let’s talk about eReaders like Kindles, Nooks and Tablets. The rise of this technology has put the bookstores out of business, except for those who made that commercial investment. These gadgets run on rechargeable lithium batteries, and don’t operate for very long before they need to be charged, and you have to plug them in.
As these devices claim a bigger and bigger chunk of the marketplace, publishers are moving in that direction, because, quite frankly, it’s much cheaper to produce an eBook than it is to print, distribute and market a conventional book. As the years go by, less and less physical books (as well as newspapers and magazines) will be available. Even used bookstores have had a difficult time of it (having to concentrate on vintage and rare books), because having an eBook is much more convenient than a real book because it takes up less space, is more easily carried, and it is easier to handle and read.
Hundreds of years ago, only the rich could afford books, and therefore the lower class were pretty much oblivious to anything that was going on. This will be the case again. Yeah, you can read things on your phone, and small inexpensive tablets; but to get a good eReader, screen protector and case is going to run you close to $500. You can have the best, most advanced eReader in the world, but if you don’t have electricity, you’re out-of-luck.
A couple years ago, I read where people had purchased digital copies of George Orwell’s book “Animal Farm,” but it was subsequently discovered that Amazon didn’t have the rights to it, and they were able to pull the book out of everyone’s devices. They credited their customers back, but it goes to show you that your digital library is vulnerable.
As one who studies the Bible, I read what it says in Revelation 13:17 – “And that no man might buy or sell, save he had the mark, or the name of the beast, or the number of this name.” As a student of end-time prophecy, I believe there is coming a time that Americans will be forced to have a biochip inserted into their hands. They tried to make that part of the Affordable Care Act legislation to supposedly prevent the kind of backlogs faced by the healthcare systems in England and Canada, but were unsuccessful in getting it into the legislation. This technology would enable them to control their citizens. First of all, in a digital society, anyone who refuses to take the chip will not be able to access anything, and thus will not be able to work and buy food. But if a person has the chip, they will be controlled and manipulated into complying. When President Obama signed into law the 2014 National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA), which enables our government to indefinitely detain U.S. citizens arrested on American soil without trial or due process, they opened the door to begin exerting that type of control over the people of this country. They’re referred to as “domestic terrorists.” Do you know the type of people the FBI believes may be “domestic terrorists?” People who pay cash, who insist on privacy, who believe they actually have Constitutional rights, are apprehensive of Big-Brother type of surveillance, participate in discussions of the apocalypse and the end-times, exhibit radical Christian beliefs, buy meals-ready-to-eat (MREs) are prepared for disaster, frequent military surplus stores, own guns and buy ammunition, support Ron Paul, a member of a Militia, a Veteran, and Pro-Life.
So, if the government considered you a “domestic terrorist,” all they have to do is click a button and your chip will not be able to access any services. You won’t be able to buy food, buy gas, or go to the doctor. Do you think they’re going to let you have electricity?
Oh, you don’t think that would happen?
I’m sure you’ve heard of Nikola Tesla, he was a genius, mechanical engineer and inventor who was way ahead of his time. In the early 1900s at his Wardenclyffe laboratory near Shoreham, Long island in New York, Tesla built a 187-foot tower that he said would wirelessly transmit electricity. He had already proven he could do it, with experiments in Colorado Springs, where he placed light bulbs into the ground that were illuminated without wires. Basically all you would have to do is to stick your plug into the ground and you would have free electricity. When investor J.P. Morgan (banker and financier) found out that he wasn’t going to make any money from his investment, he refused to consider additional funding, and the tower was eventually torn down because he couldn’t get investors to help him implement the technology.
Back in 2008, Dr. Steven Greer (medical doctor and ufologist who established CSETI and the Disclosure Project) talked about another gifted inventor whose work as a private citizen was confiscated because of how advanced his research was. He was forced to work on classified projects with the government as a contractor. Greer called him the “most brilliant scientist in the world today” and “someone who knew more than Tesla or Einstein…” He had created a device that produced free renewable energy. When the government realized what he had the capability to do, they shut him down and refused to allow the system to be marketed to the public. This is what was done with Tesla. When Tesla died, even though he was an American citizen, his Papers and Records were confiscated by the FBI under the authority of the Office of Alien Property.
The reason for this is that the government needs to be able to control the energy.
But really, you have to even think beyond that. The Power Grid in this country has the potential to fail because of a crucial design flaw that occurs when one part of the grid breaks down, causing a cascading failure that would cause the entire grid to progressively collapse. Then there are surges of radiation emanating from solar flares that could cause major power interruptions. An EMP (Electromagnetic Pulse) attack through the denotation of a high altitude nuclear weapon will release a burst of radiation that would interact with the Earth’s magnetic field and atmosphere to cause massive power outages. And then there could be massive terrorist attacks on the power grid, as well as cyberattacks. Any of these things could occur or be made to happen, depriving us of power; while the Elite would have the power sources they have withheld from us.
There’s nothing wrong with utilizing technology, but I’m not going to allow it to overwhelm me; because if it overwhelms you– it controls you. So, I’ll keep my books, thank you.