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.
Author: Georgann Ryan (Internet Pilgrim)
The replacement of lab animals for testing with miniature, genetically modified humans, created specifically to take the place of the rabbits and other animals in these horrible tests is not good news. It’s macabre, at best. What does that say about the value of life according to researches, both those developing this “innovation” and those eager to begin using the product of it? What happens to the soul of a culture who accepts this without a second thought?
What’s happening now with the Real ID is the pattern for what is to follow. The ramifications will make life so difficult that most people will willingly accept it rather than be subject, first to the inconvenience of refusing it, then to the impossibility of living normally without it. It’s classic manipulation of the masses, which is preferred by lawmakers to outright legislation forcing people to comply. Because of that, it’s even more dangerous because it won’t lead people to rise up in protest. After all, they aren’t required to have one, are they? Beware of anything that is promoted in such an underhanded manner and watch closely what follows in its wake.
We no longer can even hope for privacy, let alone expect it as a right. Life is closing in around us in the form of a Beast government which wants to track all we think, do and say, everywhere we go, and every item we purchase. It wants to know us better than we know ourselves and the Google gadget craze is opening the door for that by blinding the population to what really is occurring. That is what Nearby really is about. That Beast is forcing us into a system where eventually it will use all of that knowledge about us to weed us out. It will brook no dissent, and the beginning of that evil utopia is taking shape even now. Anyone who makes a politically incorrect statement is ostracized, fired, heaped with abuse, and in some cases, tortured or mind controlled.
Anything you do that leaves an electronic trail is included in these supercomputer database files. Your doctor or your local police may soon call you to ask why you no longer are going to the gym or why you’ve made suspect purchases that indicate you’re not taking food care of yourself or that indicate you’re a possible mental health risk.
Every technological advance will be promoted as something beneficial and wonderful. Nothing will appear to hold the potential for any negative fallout; nothing will seem to have the potential for misuse. And this drive toward a dumbed down, numbed out, conditioned population that will blindly accept every new innovation or program will continue at an ever-increasing rate.
Researchers are going in more than one direction in their quest to develop the most effective way to influence or control thought. Under the cover of health benefits for those with Alzheimer’s, PTSD (post-traumatic stress disorder), or other problems with memory they are simultaneously exploring physical means to manipulate thought and memory through deep brain stimulation and implants, and more natural means by seeking to understand how memory works. But however innocuous or even helpful this research may appear, eventually it will be used to interfere with free will, something that defines man as a being made in God’s image.
Scientists now can read minds, create and erase memories, and program areas of the brain to take on functions that normally are handled by other areas that are incapacitated through disease or accident. Some of these advances are so far along that they’re already becoming available through retail outlets to the general population.