Wireless systems communicating between chips embedded in people and technology such as domestic appliances is the very foundation of Agenda 21. The plan is for humans that survive the cull to become nothing more than terminals on a global wireless Internet. Countless wireless networks are now in operation with many more to come if we continue to allow this to happen. These are not individual networks as they are portrayed. They are different facets in the same seamless whole – a global wireless control system
Governments are not spending large sums to expand the reach of the wireless Internet to help people. This is not their job. They are doing it because the wireless Internet is a major part of the planned wireless global web of interconnected information and surveillance sources that includes wireless communications and surveillance in the street through a technology called Intellistreets,
Smart Meters are part of an emerging Smart Grid of wireless communication from centralised control centres to and from every home and business. It is planned that everyone on the planet will eventually be connected to the Smart Grid wireless field
All this will allow Big Brother to know every time you open your fridge door, wash, go to bed or use your computer and how many people are in your home and where they are. Now you can see the significance of the Apple-connected chip company ARM producing ‘low-powered, less expensive chips for use in domestic appliances, even doorbells’ and why former CIA Director David Petraeus said: … items of interest will be located, identified, monitored and remotely controlled through technologies such as radio-frequency identification [microchips], sensor networks, tiny embedded servers, and energy harvesters – all connected to the next-generation Internet using abundant, low-cost, and high-power computing that would ‘transform’ the art of spying and allow people to be monitored automatically without planting bugs or direct infiltration.
==The Perception Deception – Part Two (Icke, David)
There is absolutely zero chance, zero chance, that the Total Surveillance and Security Police State will ever be rolled back. The power of complete information and the knowledge this allows on the part of the most powerful subterranean forces of the Hidden State is almost unimaginable. We are too late, we have been since at least the Church Committee hearings in 1977 led to silence and only a very brief period of introspection. Power corrupts and the ruling power elites of America have become massively corrupt. There is not a snowballs chance in hell that the tyranny of the fascists will not soon smother out all of our remaining true freedoms, leaving nothing but licentiousness, baby killing and gladiator sports left standing as the only American rights.
Public opinion scholars have consistently showed that perception of hostile opinion climates—or when individuals believe their views differ from the majority—significantly chills one’s willingness to publicly disclose political views (for reviews, see Glynn, Hayes, & Shanahan, 1997; Scheufele & Moy, 2000; Shanahan, Glynn, & Hayes, 2007).
And recent scholarship has begun to explore how this relationship upholds in online environments. But U.S. Patriot Act provisions that grant the National Security Agency (NSA) the ability to surreptitiously monitor the online activities of U.S. citizens may make online opinion climates especially chilly.
A new study shows that knowledge of government surveillance causes people to self-censor their dissenting opinions online. The research offers a sobering look at the oft-touted “democratizing” effect of social media and Internet access that bolsters minority opinion. The study, published in Journalism and Mass Communication Quarterly, studied the effects of subtle reminders of mass surveillance on its subjects. The majority of participants reacted by suppressing opinions that they perceived to be in the minority.