This means that while individuals may be able to keep secrets from fellow slaves, they won't be able to keep them from their masters.
The surveillance state doesn't just mean that members of society's upper tiers will be able to monitor those below them. The purpose of surveillance is to control, and that's exactly what the kind of RFID technology Facebook is selling intends to do.
Futurists gleefully talk about an America in which the policies of the nanny state are enforced by technology that can monitor every movement we make, everything we buy, and everything we put in our bodies.
Last summer I wrote an article about a video game CEO who happily outlined a future in which the objects around us will keep track of everything we do (such as our shoes monitoring whether or not we walk to work or take a bus, or our toothbrushes recording whether or not we brush our teeth on a particular morning) rewarding us for "good behavior". Such rewards would come in the form of reduced insurance premiums and credits to buy certain products.
A show that ran on the Discovery Channel a few years back-- "2057" hosted by Michio Kaku-- laid out for its viewers in docudrama form what the globalist controllers envision for society once their control grid is fully in place. A particular episode titled "The Body" (which can be viewed HERE) proclaimed that privacy would become a thing of the past, showing a world in which toilets analyzed the urine of those who used them and forwarded that information to their insurance companies (featuring the tale of a man who after a night of drinking cheats the toilet by pouring stored urine in it, later being denied a needed procedure in the hospital after discovery of his deception is made). In this show, insurance representatives sit like supreme beings in the futuristic equivalent of call centers, constantly monitoring individuals through tracking devices in their clothes, sending alerts to them (such as through their mirrors to inform them that they're not brushing their teeth properly), having the sole power to authorize whether or not an ambulance is dispatched after somebody has an accident.
While the show obviously attempted to portray this projected future as being positive, with its lifesaving technology prominently featured, the complete control over individuals and society is also demonstrated. This is a future in which insurance companies and government (along with other industries and government) are working together to decide what behaviors and habits are good and which ones are bad for every person. The individual is then a child forever, subject to the demands of a faceless, bureaucratic father.
It's the same road to Hell that other central planning nations have taken before, only with greater technology to enforce it, and a public so thoroughly propagandized that they don't know what real freedom is and thus don't know how to challenge their bondage. Facebook is the beginning of that...the distant song in the wind begging the young people of the world to sell their privacy to the control grid. In that way it's a Pied Piper leading the march of the damned, dancing the world into the shackles of slavery...all to the beat of the New World Order's drum.
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