Saturday, July 18, 2009

Caged like an Animal...A Human Animal...

Tagging humanity is good for our communities? That is what the Slave Masters of the...

New World Order (N.W.O.) are trying to convince us of. 

We are told that tagging people, which means implanting digital devices beneath the skin or otherwise placing micro-devices into or onto human bodies, is a wonderful thing. Much like tagged dogs and game, we can now track children and equally spy upon their minute-by-minute activities. We currently tag elders in case they wander off - much the same as we tag our released prisoners who also tend to wander. 

So, let us be clear: We tag the youngest members of society with biometric ID cards, which they are required to carry/wear at school, and with the same ID cards arriving into our homes every day when our children are released. We tag employees of corporations with biometric ID cards, which they are also required to wear, and which go into homes every night upon the bodies of their human resources. We tag prisoners who are required by law to wear tags, and we tag senior citizens because we are good, kind, and wonderful people who don't want to lose our elders or to have a mix-up with their pharmaceutical cocktails.

All university students and staff are required to carry biometric ID cards. All hospitals tag employees and patients with ID cards and bracelet tags of many sorts, widths, and colors. I believe welfare recipients and those collecting unemployment receive ID cards to access their benefits, and in many, many, many buildings of many, many, many sorts, you cannot enter into rooms or offices or hallways without biometric ID keys, with the same being said for hotels.

Then we must consider biometric pricing. Several years ago we remember when our favorite Chinese super-store decided to "tag" some of its merchandise with biometric wizardry for "inventory" purposes, and to test a tracking system that could tell the store and customers when supplies were dwindling. In other words, if I buy 6 cans of tagged green beans, the super-store can somehow determine and relay to me that I need to buy more green beans. And, once again, with nano-tagged grocery and store items sneaking into our homes in shopping bags. We'll call this a Tag In a Bag shopping experience.

The ramifications of invasive technology are huge and very complex, ladies and gentlemen - particularly where health, food, mandatory supplies, and metered water usage are concerned - but our privacy lies at the heart of this matter. If we can't eat in private, we certainly can't buy or sell in private, which, of course, we cannot. Biometric panoptical technology ensures our digital photographs exist simply by driving down the street - much less the 20+ cameras inside and on top of each and every corporate store of international acclaim. Auh….the ambience of prison-style shopping…. This is what happens when all the world's a prisoner and "communities" become passive prisons.

And then, of course, there are the biometrics of transportation. Have you looked at your driver's license or your car's license plates lately? They are simply little masterpieces of technology. And have you considered that your automobile is required to be "licensed" and you, as it's driver, owner, and maintainer, also have to be "licensed" to drive your licensed car? And then, of course, you have to insure your licensed car and yourself as its licensed driver in case either you or your car or your neighbor or a drunk driver or a hail storm or rock or grocery cart or a tailgater or your neighbor's pine tree or a teenager or a senior citizen, etc., etc., etc., happen to cross paths with your automobile or another automobile -- keeping in mind that both you and your automobile are biometrically ID'd/licensed under order of law. So, the question begs:

If driving is a governmentally granted "privilege," and you are forced to pay for the car, pay to license yourself, pay to license the car, pay to fuel the car, pay to insure the car, and pay to maintain the car, are you the owner of the car… or are you a slave of yet another government system of Ponzi-style theft enforcement with 6 layers of taxation included? Please re-read the first sentence of this paragraph before continuing.

Then consider the wonderful GPS technology in our newer automobiles, which have eliminated the need for maps and map reading skills, as they simply tell us where to turn and how and when to arrive. The very polite computer voice activation is a pleasant touch - particularly when that sweet voice contacts "authorities" when your biometric car determines it is in your best interest to do so. A Civil Car in a Civil(ian) Society, I suppose, but there is more to consider. Our cars can not only detect and report our constant locations, but they can automatically reduce speeds and stop operating altogether when they determine the need to do so, and equally by remote control when law enforcement determines the need to do so. Doesn't that make you feel in control of your automobile? Oh, and one more thing. The government, having taken over the automobile industry, makes it official that driving is at the discretion of New Society departments and officials. It is my understanding that the U.S. Federals and Canada own our former auto industry, so I guess the driving "privilege" is now a matter of international interpretation AND ownership.

My favorite technological invasion, however, is the GPS communications systems. Wow. What an international accomplishment. The entire world's privacy destroyed in the course of two decades. Very, very impressive…and yet…also comical and ironic. We the stupid, being unable to do without computer systems, land lines, cell phones, text phones, Internet, gaming, and chronic and multi-generational tell-a-vision addiction, choose GPS tracking to privacy. Why? Because slavery is tattoo cool, dude. And, since you have no money, devices are your friends, which is why you are stressed and uncomfortable when they are turned off, much the same as your children. Can you say psych-ops, dude?

Freedom is NOT FREE!!!

If you truly believe in freedom, you have to believe it exists beyond the whims of wealth and independent of government or governance. You have to believe it exists as mankind's inherited legacy - all mankind - including the people, cultures, or individuals you could do without. If freedom is not for all, you have instantaneous classism, which is slavery, which is government, which is war, which is classism, which is slavery, which is government, etc., which is mankind's tragic, murderous, and on-going history of hot-headed hatred.

Freedom is not having to bend your knee to the slave masters of the N.W.O. Freedom is technology for the benefit of ALL MANKIND, not just the Elite few.  

FREEDOM is a GOD given right bestowed upon all men.  

If you don't want it….well….then don't cry when 'the N.W.O. comes for you and your loved ones in the middle of the night. 

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