Jedno glavno računalo za kontrolu čovječanstva





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Published on Oct 27, 2011

(nazalost prijevod mi je misteriozno nestao pa nisam mogao povecati slova, vec samo uplodati video sa zaljepljenim prijevodom)
One Mainframe to Rule Them All is a 50 minute documentary produced by Greg Nickolettos. The film starts with a monologue from Nazi Nexus author Edwin Black on WWII datalust and IBM. It then swiftly moves to current events surrounding injectible identity from Verichip, a corporation marketing an implanted RFID chip for seemingly pragmatic health care solutions.

The production values are typical of today's dystopian standards in documentaries. After clearing the fear & exposure peak, we know the final solution is to simply oppose IBM's persistent role in enumerating the masses as a sifting utility. Mid-way through One Mainframe the corporate transactional info may dull the attention span. This lasts a few moments before the human element comes back to visit. The point of the film is to portray Verichip as a "bad police chief" in a massive and ambitious dirty data handling effort to integrate every conventional identifiable person for a profile.

We never thought of Bill Gates as a "nazi". However, the thought may scuttle across your mind after watching this.

They are in your electronics. They are in your clothing. They are in your pets. They are in some people, voluntarily. They will soon be in your medications, your food, your vehicles. It is the miracle RFID chip.

How long before human implantation is no longer voluntary?

How long before Revelations comes to pass? Revelation 13:16 "Moreover, it caused everyone, great and small, rich and poor, slave and free, to be branded with a mark on his right hand or forehead, and no one was allowed to buy or sell unless he bore this beast's mark, either name or number. "

From Wethepeoplewillnotbechipped.com, a fascinating site, chock full of information, articles and videos about the Veri-chip and its implications, there is a history lesson that I never learned in school. But first, recent history:

In 2007, IBM was awarded the contract for the 2010 US Census worth $89 Billion.

The History of Tracking Humans

Ever wonder how Nazi Germany was able to identify the Jews and other "undesirables"? They turned to IBM.

IBM has a long history of cutting-edge counting technology. They were contracted by Germany's Third Reich to conduct Germany's census. Before computers, before microchips, IBM developed the IBM Hollerith Tabulating Machine that was used by Hitler's Germany to count, track and, in many cases, dispose of populations.

In this video, posted on We the People Will Not Be Chipped, New York Times Best-Selling author, Edmund Black gives a fascinating history lesson about IBM's cutting edge technology developed for use by the Third Reich


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