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Monday, 31 January 2011

The Mark of The Beast - Shadow Government

Predictive Programming & Tiptoe Totalitarianism

Shadow Government - Full Version

Many of us love a good thriller to excite us, whether its a good book or a movie, it invigorates our ego and stimulates us. Many social network sites will prompt us to reveal our favourite movie or book. It tells everyone you communicate with something about yourself.


How many of us have seen a movie and never really got into it first time around or never really thought much about it, then saw it second time around and really enjoyed it. One such example for me was The Net, starring Sandra Bullock. As an artist, I used to complete a particular stage of my work, and once I was satisfied with it, I'd set it down and take a break. It was only when I returned to it afterward that I'd see it with fresh eyes and notice something not quite right with it. Movies, such as The Net or Minority Report, whilst being great thrillers that may have us on the edge of our seats, certainly evoke our emotions, just as horror flicks may terrify us. Nevertheless, they stimulate us, no matter how horrific or intimidating they may be. This is just psychology. Nature provides us with an autonomic cognitive safeguard to remind us that, "Its only a movie. It isn't reality!" Yet, how many of us have heard the term, "Art imitating life?" Both these terms seem to contradict each other. While we view The Net, our attention is drawn mostly to the star and the plot. Yet, when we see the same star in another movie, we manage to detach ourselves from their previous movies, sometimes to the point that when we hear about them or see them on a chat show, we almost expect them to be the characters we associate them with, forgetting that they are just "actors". Few of us ever wonder where the movie script came from or who wrote it? Why do the writers receive very little or no credit? Who are they? How many of us have found ourselves recalling, "Yeah. It's just like in that movie?" Undoubtedly many of you will have forgotten or not seen such movies, as The Net. However, the message that it carried has almost certainly been planted already, without you even realising it. It resides in your subconscious, from where it will be drawn out into reality, gradually. Another more recent example was Dan Brown's, The DaVinci Code. This in itself was a major publicity coup. First came the book, which received enormous publicity because Brown was accused of plagiarism, which undoubtedly drew much attention to the original book from where the plot was alleged to have been drawn. Then, almost immediately came the movie. Perfect timing. The overall impact this had was unprecedented. It sparked a huge debate on the subject of the origins of Christianity and the historical Jesus Christ. People all over the world actually debated and argued about the bloodline of Christ. Most had forgotten that Brown's book was entirely pure fiction, even in some cases, completely absurd.
However, the message is no longer monopolized by Hollywood. Today, it has emerged, more boldly and less subliminally in the evening News. For example, following recent events of instability in one region of the world, journalists were telling us that the same could possibly occur in neighbouring or related states. Of course, we could simply dismiss this as preparing us for the worst, based on trends. Or, we could accept it as "Predictive Programming". I referred to the movie, The Net (1995) to illustrate my point. Basically, it is a portrayal of someone who lives and breathes computers, a computer analyst, who's life is thrown into turmoil when she inadvertently stumbles upon Government corruption. Almost immediately, secret Government dark forces are dispatched to deal with her, not only making her life hell on earth, but virtually non-existent. Her complete identity is entirely erased through modern technology.


How many of us today remember feeling frustrated when we first began paying for things by card, and being stuck behind someone in a supermarket checkout, while we waited? How many of us today get annoyed when some fool decides to pay for their drinks by card in a crowded bar, while the rest of us has to wait for the card reader to process it before we get served? I use the term "Fool" deliberately, because this is usually someone so well paid that they don't carry cash, yet they are too dumb to realise what they are actually contributing to. The same fool most likely does all their shopping online and has several retail loyalty cards. The same fool is being photographed approximately 300 time per day, but either doesn't realise it or simply doesn't care. Almost every single aspect of the Fools life is being recorded and accumulated, stored in a database somewhere. Soon, he/she won't even have to bother writing out a shopping list. They can simply scan in any item they fancy into their cell phone and it will be added to their stores shopping list automatically. Oops! Tescos have just launched an application that already does that. This is after airports installed body scanners that can scan the most intimate regions of your body, while being fondled by security. I digress. For the Fool, life is all too convenient. He/she doesn't even need the latest robotic celebrity endorsed cool grocery scanning app on their phone. Their loyalty club card already reveals and stores their weekly shopping habits. Each time they scan their loyalty card while shopping, they are telling someone somewhere what they've just purchased. This is how they receive incentives, such as bonus points and discount vouchers, since every item listed on their receipt is calculated to the value of points or a voucher. With this information stored on a database somewhere, it reveals the most private and intimate details about your life and lifestyle. It can reveal your diet, how many people are in your household, your hygiene and sexual activity, your relationships, your health, your income, your hobbies and interests...... The information that can be gleamed from just a receipt is endless. Incentives to reveal your personal life are everywhere, and we willingly and increasingly submit to it. From social networking sites and online activity, to our cell phones and SatNavs, our every move is monitored and scrutinized. Almost every piece of technology in your home is now equipped with RFID as standard. When you print off a document, even that can be traced back to you, via the invisible yellow dots embedded across each page. So,what happens to all this information? Or, perhaps this is all just exaggerated paranoia? Accumulating such high volumes of information has its purpose. It is no secret that there is drive to catalogue all life on earth. I've even added a Channel Four News item to my website, confirming it. So, what is the purpose of all this? All information will eventually be stored on a chip, which will be embedded underneath your skin. This chip contains every single aspect of your whole life, gathered and accumulated, even as I write this. It will be marketed as a fashion accessory, probably aimed at young people of a certain generation, at first. Just as the 3G mobile phone or iPod was. Celebs will promote and endorse it. Everyone will demand the embedded chip. Just as Aldous Huxley had written in his 1961 book, Brave New World, in response to George Orwells, 1984.

"In the future, people will go willingly into the New World Order. They shall come to love their servitude!"
Perhaps, this is already starting to sound familiar, as most of us have undoubtedly heard it all before:
".......all people, great and small, rich and poor, free and slave, to receive a mark on their right hands or on their foreheads, 17 so that they could not buy or sell unless they had the mark, which is the name of the beast or the number of its name".  - Revelation 13:11-1

I appeal to your humanity. "Doesn't matter whether or not you are an academic, scientist, religious or atheist?" What matters is that you are human, and what you are prepared to do today to stop, `dare I mention' evil? Canceling all Direct Debits and cutting up every piece of plastic you've become so dependent on, would be a decent start, as well as listening only to alternative media. Pay for everything by cash only. Avoid social networking websites, despite the temptations and deceptive incentives. Warn others, through writing messages around the borders of bank notes. Even as I write this, new scandals are emerging about the hacking of phones of public figures and celebrities. David Cameron's pal, Andy Coulson from the News of The World is being held up as the public target. Even this is a decoy and deliberately deceptive. What we aren't being told, is that Coulson
works for MI5, and he'll soon be forgotten about, with a new identity, or revert back to his own. He's planted the seed and served his purpose, just as the alleged undercover cops did, who infiltrated small, insignificant pressure groups among others, just to stir up trouble to discredit public protests.

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