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Welcome to Compliance 101: the police state’s primer in how to churn out compliant citizens and transform the nation’s school’s into quasi-prisons through the use of surveillance cameras, metal detectors, police patrols, zero tolerance policies, lock downs, drug sniffing dogs, strip searches and active shooter drills.
If you were wondering, these police state tactics have not made the schools any safer.
Rather, they’ve turned the schools into authoritarian microcosms of the police state, containing almost every aspect of the militarized, intolerant, senseless, overcriminalized, legalistic, surveillance-riddled, totalitarian landscape that plagues those of us on the “outside.”


https://www.rutherford.org/publications_resources/john_whiteheads_commentary/criminalizing_childhood_school_safety_measures_arent_making_the_schools_any_safer

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Let’s move on to a comment about the quality of education in those prisons... on that topic,  this fukr did not know what he was talking about “The most effective way to destroy people is to deny and obliterate their own understanding of their history.” George or Well
... ie call socialism democracy 700,000 times, etc etc.... 
... and
 ... ie call a republic a democracy 800,000 times, etc etc.... 
 

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Let’s run at the technocratic angles for a minute
https://motherboard.vice.com/en_us/article/kz5qgw/california-farm-bureau-john-deere-tractor-hacking-right-to-repair
here’s what’s important about that link  “...In most states, the legislation would cover all electronics...”
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In double speak ‘making it better’ really means ‘making it worse’...
https://www.eff.org/deeplinks/2018/09/wanting-it-badly-not-enough-real-problems-creators-deserve-real-solutions

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https://shadowproof.com/2018/09/10/cia-backed-firm-touted-social-media-surveillance-of-students-to-sell-services-to-evanston-police/
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While you can still decide -  which is more sick orwell? Google or Amazon or Apple or Fakebook or...?
 

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“Technocracy is shaping a new world based on twisting morality into pseudoscientific ‘facts’ that demand compliance. It’s a hoax on a grand scale.” Jon Rappoport


such as
morph/"Shift a decision about morality into a decision about the right to obtain medical treatment."


https://jonrappoport.wordpress.com/2018/09/06/a-childs-medical-right-to-change-gender-in-the-brave-new-world-2/
 

... "good morning, morning... hello sunshine... happiest gender change in the whole usa ..."

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sick orwell is about conquering the whole world

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President Trump recently reversed himself (again) and announced that the US would remain at Al-Tanf “indefinitely.” Why? It is considered a strategic point from which to attack Iran. The US means to stay there even if it means turning a blind eye to ISIS in the neighborhood.


Finally, in Yemen, the US/Saudi coalition fighting the Houthis has been found by AP and other mainstream media outlets to be directly benefiting al-Qaeda. Why help al-Qaeda in Yemen? Because the real US goal is regime change in Iran, and Yemen is considered one of the fronts in the battle against Iranian influence in the Middle East. So we are aiding al-Qaeda, which did attack us, because we want to “regime change” Iran, which hasn’t attacked us. How does that make sense?


We all remember the old saying, attributed to Benjamin Franklin’s Poor Richard’s Almanack, that “if you lie down with dogs, you wake up with fleas.” The “experts” would like us to think they are pursuing a brilliant foreign policy that will provide a great victory for America at the end of the day.


But as usual, the “experts” have got it wrong. It’s really not that complicated: when “winning” means you’re allied with al-Qaeda and ISIS, you’re doing something wrong. Let’s start doing foreign policy right: let’s leave the rest of the world alone!


https://theantimedia.com/al-qaeda-in-syria/
 

re:  "Let’s start doing foreign policy right: let’s leave the rest of the world alone!"

ronny,, don't think in terms of MAmericaGA

sick orwell is about conquering the whole world

 

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another perspective 

https://thefreethoughtproject.com/17-anniversary-911-al-qaeda-stronger-than-ever/

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... like it didn't need editing ?:)

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Is Our diversity* is Our greatest strength?  Really?


(Oops I shouldn’t have asked that!  I forget that a “creed not subject to debate” don’t need to be “demonstrable truth”) 
... meanwhile


“Where is the scientific, historic or empirical evidence that the greater the racial, ethnic, cultural and religious diversity of a nation, the stronger it becomes?  From recent decades, it seems more true to say the reverse: The more diverse a nation, the greater the danger of its disintegration.”  wot?

 

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From fake news ... https://youtu.be/l_xkgRwXvcE
 

*tag: newspeak busswords

 

 

 

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the point might be - 'Diversity' doesn't scale

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... continued from http://www.traderslaboratory.com/forums/topic/12399-free-dumb/?do=findComment&comment=190954

Re a line in that quote - “And instead of code, it’s narrative.” However, technocratic ‘globalists’ continue to seek automation/AI code to assist with their ‘narrative trancing’.  


Still in its infancy... but growing like a weed...

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Google wants a complete ledger of your life – a complete account using extensive data of all your actions, decisions, preferences, movements and relationships. It then wants to use pattern recognition and other tools with this data to direct your life. At first, this so-called Selfish Ledger will be user-driven, but the implication is that soon thereafter it will be driven by the ledger itself (i.e. AI) programmed with “Google’s values” (whatever they are). The deeper meaning of the Selfish Ledger is shocking: Google freely admits that it is aiming for complete species-wide understanding with the Selfish Ledger, and thus to be able to direct human evolution.

What is the Selfish Ledger?

As described in the video, the Selfish Ledger will be a complete record or account of who you are. The word “ledger” denotes accounting, numbers and (now) blockchain. Google is planning to pitch the idea to the public by presenting it as a “selfish” ledger that is all about you. They state in the video that initially the ledger would be user-driven. So, the user would select “the volition” of the ledger, e.g. input the goals or values, then allow the ledger to help him/her make better decisions to reach those goals. The video states people would initially use it in the areas of health or environmental impact, then measure themselves up to it. Google gives the examples of the ledger suggesting to the user where they could buy locally-sourced bananas or how they could carpool (better environmental choices). The ledger could also be used to suggest entirely new, custom (bespoke) and never-before-made products for people based on their data (needs and preferences, which it would know intimately). The ledger would rely on all existing data.

However, the video quickly moves on to point out how the Ledger could then seek other data sources to fill the data gap. It also implies that after the initial period, Google would provide the Ledger with the goals, and the user would therefore be molded and directed to adhere to objectives and values which he or she did not choose. Google’s values appear to be anything but good or neutral. They recently dropped their original company motto of “do no evil” (didn’t want to be hypocritical I guess) and were caught numerous times flagrantly rigging the search algorithms in Hillary Clinton’s favor during the 2016 US presidential elections (but don’t worry about that because it was all the evil Russians’ fault). Google simply fires employees who speak out against its bias and ideology (e.g. James Damore). Google has never really been about a “search engine” but rather a filter, censor and controller of information. Google-owned YouTube has been an active purger of alternative channels for years now. Google’s philosophy is clear; it’s motto may as well be “we decide what information you will be permitted to access.”

https://www.wakingtimes.com/2018/09/18/googles-new-selfish-ledger-aims-to-direct-human-evolution-and-track-your-entire-life/

sick orwell?

 

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Here’s your first clue that this ultimately will not work to make your life and society’s life better - utopia does not scale beyond one.
 

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...while 1984 includes almost everything that Brave New World contains in terms of controlling people through sex, drugs, and distractions, it also includes much, much more, especially regarding how censorship and language are used to control people and how tyranny is internalised. The chapter from which the above quote comes, shows how Winston, a formerly autonomous agent, has come to accept the power of the system so much that he no longer needs policing.

But most brilliant of all is Orwell’s prescient description of how language is changed through banning certain words and the expression of certain ideas or observations deemed “thought crime,” to say nothing of the constant rewriting of history. The activities of Big Tech and their deplatforming of all who use words, phrases, and ideas not in the latest edition of their “Newspeak” dictionary, have radically changed the way that people communicate and what they talk about in a comparatively short period of time.

Orwell’s insights into how language can be manipulated into a tool of control shows his much deeper understanding of human psychology than that evident in Huxley’s novel. The same can be said about Orwell’s treatment of emotions, which is another aspect of his novel that rings particularly true today.

In 1984 hate figures, like Emmanuel Goldstein, and fake enemies, like Eastasia and Eurasia, are used to unite, mobilise, and control certain groups. Orwell was well aware of the group-psychological dynamics of the tribe projected to the largest scale of a totalitarian empire. The concept of “three minutes hate” has so much resonance with our own age, where triggered Twitter-borne hordes of SJWs and others slosh around the news cycle like emotional zombies, railing against Trump or George Soros. ...

 

https://www.unz.com/article/why-orwell-is-superior-to-huxley/
 

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The fact that lies and cover stories are now the official norm only makes us love our servitude with greater devotion.

 

We can summarize the current era in one sentence: truth is what we hide, self-serving cover stories are what we sell. Jean-Claude Juncker's famous quote captures the essence of the era: "When it becomes serious, you have to lie."

And when does it become serious? When the hidden facts of the matter might be revealed to the general public. Given the regularity of vast troves of well-hidden data being made public by whistleblowers and white-hat hackers, it's basically serious all the time now, and hence the official default everywhere is: truth is what we hide, self-serving cover stories are what we sell.

The self-serving cover stories always tout the nobility of the elite issuing the PR: we in the Federal Reserve saved civilization by saving the Too Big To Fail Banks (barf); we in the corporate media do investigative reporting without bias (barf); we in central government only lie to protect you from unpleasant realities--it's for your own good (barf); we in the NSA, CIA and FBI only lie because it's our job to lie, and so on.

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https://www.oftwominds.com/blogdec18/truth-hidden12-18.html

 

 

and

... on the tech front, would you like to 'invest' in an instant social credit meter ?

https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2018-12-05/blade-runner-eye-scanning-lie-detector-may-be-coming-dystopian-future-near-you

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Does this sound like an organization of which we want to be a part? Are we supposed to like the proposed multi-national EU “defense force” putting down anti-EU marches on the streets of Barcelona or Rome? To cheer on the idea that the EU Army could be sent into non-cooperative member-states to remove “dangerous” elected leaders because they are a threat to “equality”?

We won’t even be able to get to truth of those matters, because the EU will be supplying lists of “fake news” social media accounts to Twitter and Facebook, who will dutifully shut them down. While Google alters and re-alters their algorithm to make sure any news covering EU repression of democracy is pushed so far down the results pages it may as well not exist.

The ... press, pundits and talking heads are constantly referring to the “Brexit crisis”, but that’s just hysteria and fear mongering. Re-negotiating your position in a trade bloc is NOT a crisis. A crisis is what happens when an unelected, bureaucratic power structure suddenly senses its grip on power is slipping, and acts accordingly.

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https://off-guardian.org/2018/12/10/the-eu-and-the-warning-signs-of-fascism/

today ... what's your definition of fascism ?

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Some believe that West Germany absorbed East Germany to form the united nation Germans have today. Actually, it may have worked the other way around, to judge by the Stasi tactics used to impose leftist ideology.

Readers may recall the new booklet that helps daycare workers identify children whose parents might be thought criminals on the basis of warning signs such as little girls wearing traditional braids. The foreword was written by former East German Franziska Giffey, who is current Federal Minister of Family Affairs, Senior Citizens, Women, and Youth. The booklet itself is a product of the explicitly leftist Amadeu Antonio Foundation, whose chairmoonbat Anetta Kahane was literally employed as a Stasi spy. Taxpayer money funds this stuff.

More from Germany:

https://youtu.be/AGoR_DKnZfE


In related news, Gilet Jaune protests have spread to Germany. Where people are aware that their government is against them, these protests will find fertile ground. Americans have good reason to wear yellow vests too.

 

 

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"If the public is just going to accept Big Tech’s monopoly going forward, then everyone must prepare themselves to live as peasants, living under their thumb, on their terms. Sure, you might have the ease of purchases through Amazon, but your local retail and community entrepreneurship is suffering. Sure, you might have the comfort of an expensive iPhone, but it’s slowly exploiting your privacy, tracking your every move, and turning you into zombie,. Sure, you might be able to get easy information directly from Google and Facebook, but now they have the power to control the information you get, censor information they don’t want you to hear, and promote the brands they can benefit from. " 

See CensoredNews.com

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