Surveillance has been ubiquitous enough in recent years, but now it’s moving onto a whole new level, with billboards, appliances, public transportation and even kids’ toys watching and recording our every word and move. We are becoming enmeshed in a real net, a 666 net of surveillance. It is indeed the perfect man/mousetrap. Every person ultimately will have each move and every word they utter recorded and tracked. In reality, there will be no surviving apart from the Beast system because dissenters will be virtually unable to hide or survive.
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Living Out “Minority Report” or “A Clockwork Orange”: Will It Be The NSA or DARPA That Shapes Our Future?
DARPA, under the auspices of creating a non-violent society through mental health intervention seeks to place us inside “A Clockwork Orange” type of society, where impulses are controlled and thoughts are regulated. Not surprisingly, they use scientific double-speak terminology, repeatedly mentioning “neural plasticity” in conjunction with interventions like drugs, electric shock and nano-invaders. Of course, the real purpose behind all of this government expansion into these areas is control. The other agency racing to shape our future is the NSA, which is collecting a massive amount of data, even on ordinary citizens. According to a high-level whistleblower, their goal is the same as DARPA’s: total control of the population. But the world they’re racing to create looks a lot like that in “Minority Report.” So who will get there first? Which of these agencies will define our world under the Beast System that’s so rapidly approaching?
The common factor in all of these articles is the drive toward a unified whole, a “hive mind” where everyone fits as a small piece of a larger puzzle. In this new world into which we’re heading, conformity is mandatory and decisions are made for us, based on huge data bases that tell authorities who is accepting his or her role as a cog and who isn’t. This conformity is necessary for control. But despite the inconvenience and dissent individuality has produced in the world, God deemed it preferable to a world of robotic slaves. But that is not the vision of the elite in charge here and now. They long for a “perfect world” where control is optimized and their will can be carried out without question by the programmed minions of the hive mind. It is the antithesis of what God designed and what disciples of Christ seek to become individually. The result is an increasing conflict which becomes more clear with each technological innovation.