Interview 1394 – “Smart” Tech and The End of Privacy

10/05/201847 Comments

James Corbett joins Dr. Joanne Conaway on The Power Hour to discuss how technology is spying on you in the digital age.

Watch this video on BitChute / DTube / YouTube or Download the mp4

SHOW NOTES:
Power Hour Radio with Dr. Joanne Conaway

Episode 333 – 5 Privacies You Didn’t Know You Lost

MSM reports on the Chinese social credit surveillance state

Tim Clemente (accidentally?) reveals NSA capturing all phone calls on CNN

Don’t Be An Idiot! Get Rid of Alexa!

CIA Chief: We’ll Spy on You Through Your Dishwasher

Court Upholds Google-NSA Relationship Secrecy

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  1. n4x5 says:

    Bill Burr doesn’t trust technology.
    Of course, broaching the issue through humor detracts from the seriousness of the implications and has a disarming effect on the audience.

  2. wall says:

    I will spam this again as I have no other way to get it out. And I think youtube would pull it down even if I did manage to upload it.

    This video is about the Parkland shooting.

    It has the video of the student who claimed 1 shooter was coming in from 1 entrance, and that when they ran to the other entrance another shooter came through that entrance. This proves that there was more than 1 shooter.

    It also has large screenshots of the David Hogg mugshots, and the audio of the closet interview where Hogg says that it is 9:32 which shows the video was recorded 5 hours before the event and many other interesting things.

    Mass shooting: questions, curiosities, statements and solution

    https://www.bitchute.com/video/XmMoxsDhV5xU/

    Here it is on minds.com if the above link doesn’t work. Some have complained that only the audio plays in the bitchute link.

    part 1
    https://www.minds.com/newsfeed/875263159189942272

    part2
    https://www.minds.com/newsfeed/875266535273312256

    part 3
    https://www.minds.com/newsfeed/875269992244809728

  3. wall says:

    I will spam this again as I have no other way to get it out. And I think youtube would pull it down even if I did manage to upload it.

    This video is about the Parkland shooting.

    It has the video of the student who claimed 1 shooter was coming in from 1 entrance, and that when they ran to the other entrance another shooter came through that entrance. This proves that there was more than 1 shooter.

    It also has large screenshots of the David Hogg mugshots, and the audio of the closet interview where Hogg says that it is 9:32 which shows the video was recorded 5 hours before the event and many other interesting things.

    Mass shooting: questions, curiosities, statements and solution

    https://www.bitchute.com/video/XmMoxsDhV5xU/

    Here it is on minds.com if the above link doesn’t work. Some have complained that only the audio plays in the bitchute link.

  4. Tony says:

    This is a tech request… James, could you please provide a download link for your videos as you do with your audios? This one is on Bitchute and I cannot find a way to download it. If there is a way, please advise.
    If you post on Youtube I can get it with a download addon… but I prefer not to have to go there 😉

    • ekawAediW says:

      You can get an add on called “Video Download Helper” which can pull videos off of BItChute. I’m not sure if they respect the privacy of your data though, so use at your own risk.

      • wall says:

        Yeah, I have wondered about the safety of addons. Does anyone know anything about that?

        • AnimalsArentFood says:

          As with all software, some add-ons are trustworthy and some aren’t.
          There are things you can do to help determine if a piece of software is likely trustworthy such as researching the developers, researching how popular the software is and how long it’s been around, researching what others have said about the software, checking if the source code is available and if anyone trustworthy & capable has actually evaluated it; checking who built the binaries and whether or not that person is trustworthy, checking the source code yourself if you have the know-how, monitoring the software while it’s in a sandbox or virtual machine (or on a second computer) to see what files it tries to access, install or execute; what registry entries it creates and what sort of internet communication attempts it makes.

          If you don’t want to get into that kind of research & testing for every piece of software you run, go with smart practices instead.
          Keep all personal files on a separate computer that isn’t connect to an Internet cable, or keep them on an external drive that is only connected to your computer while your Internet cable is disconnected.
          If you’re not willing to do that, at least run the software in a sandbox (like Sandboxie) or in a virtual machine.

          In the case of browsers specifically, you should have two separate browsers (or at least two separate browser profiles) – one with add-ons installed and one without, and you shouldn’t run a browser outside of a sandbox or virtual machine unless, as mentioned above, the computer is a dedicated Internet computer that has no personal files on it and is never connected to a device that has personal files on it.

          Regarding VideoDownloadHelper specifically: It’s widely trusted by many people and is one of the most popular add-ons in existence. That’s not a recommendation though. There are very few add-ons I would recommend trusting.
          Personally, I have VideoDownloadHelper installed in a second (sandboxed) browser that I switch over to for downloading videos.

  5. zyxzevn says:

    False flag hacking?
    propaganda watch?
    In the Netherlands there is a lot of fuzz about Russian Hackers.
    It was front-page news and with a lot of background articles.
    Which seems to me that they are trying to push some narrative..

    The first clear error was, that they newspapers were claiming
    that the US election was hacked. And that Syria had done chemical
    attacks. Both are clear lies.

    And this story was weird too:
    Hackers are not usually caught, but these people were acting so
    obviously that they were spotted easily.

    Why?
    Usually if you spot a trained spy, they want you to spot them.
    If you spot a hacker, he will have social engineering ready to
    get out of trouble quickly.
    Hacking into a wifi is easy and can just be done with a phone,
    or from 100 meter away with a good antenna.
    You really won’t spot them, unless they want you to.

    The target is also strange, if you know the real news.
    Did they want to find out who was accusing them of chemical
    weapons use?

    But if they acted so obviously, were they working for Russia
    at all? It would be easy for the CIA to pay some “hackers”,
    even to get Passports and everything.
    There are lots of opponents of Putin.

    They might have tried to kill them too when they downed the wrong plane MH17. Something that the Dutch only blame the Russians for.

    Many other possibilities, but the story stinks.

    • zyxzevn says:

      The Last American Vagabond has some more on the weirdness of this “hack”.
      See: https://www.bitchute.com/video/aPpjR7joeh8/
      He goes into:
      1. Evidence-Free Claims (“hacking” etc)
      2. US’ Secret Biowarfare Agenda,
      3. Geoengineering In Action,
      3. Political Revolution

      1. The “russians” were not even searched or questioned
      2. There is evidence (and deeths) showing that the US is doing bio-weapon experiments on humans in foreign countries.
      3. Volkswagen is using geo-engineering to prevent hail on their cars.
      4. Solution: A town bans all politicians 🙂

      More news:

      Artificial Sweeteners Turn Gut Bacteria Toxic, Says Joint Study
      https://www.algemeiner.com/2018/10/05/artificial-sweeteners-turn-gut-bacteria-toxic-says-joint-study/

      German teenage girl called ‘Nazi’ for reading poem about migrant violence – Her house vandalised as well
      https://voiceofeurope.com/2018/10/german-teenage-girl-called-nazi-for-reading-poem-about-migrant-violence-her-house-vandalised-as-well/

      (more on eu-violence on that site, pls double check before publishing)

      • calibrator says:

        As for the German teenage girl:

        She is the daughter of a politician of the now leading opposition party in Germany (AfD which translates to “Alternative for Germany”). Its main topic is the immigration (and its consequences like increased violence and other crimes) Germany is massively subjected to since late 2015.

        This party functions as a voter pool for the “deplorables”: The so-called “angry citizens”, conservative intellectuals, people interested in keeping their wealth and “stupid” people.
        And, yes, it likely also attracts some of the very few real Nazis that are in Germany, even if they had a comfy home in the “Christian” parties before…

        Why? People opposing massive, unchecked immigration really only have this party to vote for as all other parties factually support the inflow.
        The AfD has therefore gained strong support over the last few years (now close under 20%) and slowly disrupts the established parties, their coalitions etc. which means there is now less space at the pig trough (obviously this is a power play more than anything else).

        The other parties, which are now mostly leftist-corporate neocons (and I spare you the details), are therefore in unison about fighting the AfD to the blood and their methods get increasingly problematic.

        They not only use the state-sponsored ANTIFA to excert violence against the homes of AfD politicians and party offices (one has already been shot at) but also other citizens are now “concerned” and fight the new “Hitler party” with violence and massive propaganda.
        Examples are endless if you want to research this:
        – Politicians have been attacked and hurt
        – Some priests are recommending in their masses not to vote AfD
        – The first reports for voter fraud in the upcoming Bavarian elections are in: Mailed votes have been missing in the town of Ingolstadt and have to requested again (which obviously thins out the votership) -> Expect super-massive voter fraud in Germany in the next years!

        Attacking a 14-year-old at a poetry-slam because of her opinion is actually quite “low level” for them…

        “Disclaimer”:
        My remarks don’t express support for the AfD – it really is filled with problematic people and it won’t change anything for the good. It is a selection after all.

    • zyxzevn says:

      The Chinese “hacking chip” story is weird too.
      Likely propaganda to strengthen the trade-war.

      Article here:
      https://www.bloomberg.com/news/features/2018-10-04/the-big-hack-how-china-used-a-tiny-chip-to-infiltrate-america-s-top-companies

      Only bloomberg is reporting it, while the manufacturers are denying it.
      For these hacking things it is unusual, as they want to stop the
      problems as soon as possible.
      Denial by Apple:
      https://www.apple.com/newsroom/2018/10/what-businessweek-got-wrong-about-apple/
      Denial by Amazon:
      https://aws.amazon.com/blogs/security/setting-the-record-straight-on-bloomberg-businessweeks-erroneous-article/

      The “chip” looks very much like a resistor or transistor or
      something similar. For a chip to be functional it needs
      at least power and serial port.
      It needs at least some reverse engineering.
      (electro-microscope-scan of the circuit)

      What is more real is the implanting of microscopic processors in
      the edges of chips themselves.
      This is likely done by NSA/CIA and such for mobile phones.

      And Intel has implanted a remote control on most modern chips.
      (Intel AMT / 3G-radio)
      One that still works when the computer is switched off, but
      with the power still available.
      There are also special instructions that work on certain computers
      on ATMs and maybe also voting machines.

      This all promises a lot of fun for hackers.

    • wall says:

      This whole “nation vs nation” crap thing is just another part of what I call “the devil’s bullshit show”.

      Brandon Smith talks about it some time. But the whole nation vs nation thing is all just a show to keep people divided and conquered… enslaved for the dominance of a few.

      Even if this hacking crap is really going on, those who are doing it are acting under the influence of an illusion. The whole spy vs spy, and army vs army things are just matters of controlled idiots putting on a show for us all, whether they realize it or not.

      So, does it even matter if it’s “real”? “Real” to who? For them it may be real, to someone else above their station it may just be another part of the bullshit show.

    • zyxzevn says:

      Let’s follow intelligence logic

      1. We have “obvious bad spied”.
      2. We have the problem-reaction-solution propaganda.
      3. And the “dutch” intelligence is mostly NSA and CIA.

      So this gives us the logical solution that the institute
      will be taken over soon by the CIA.

      Let that sink in:
      watchdog against chemical weapons
      will soon be taken over by the CIA.

  6. Ragnar says:

    When she asked how the surveillance organizations use all that data to identify who to keep tabs on, it’s a question I’ve gotten multiple times whenever I explain this to someone (usually). They ask “how can someone listen to all this?” I tell them it isn’t that people are sitting there looking and listening to someone’s info. It’s AI algorithms, virtual AI robots that are far in advance of anything we see being created, that have compiled scores on everyone based on the data collected. Compiled into lists and threat ratings that place levels of surveillance on everyone depending on what the bots are programmed to watch for or evaluate. It sounds quite science fiction, and many just can’t believe such things are possible. But they are and eventually it will be proven, just like 9/11 or the globalist plot to control the world through politics, laws and trade. 5G is the surveillance states wet dream and unless the people do something, it’s coming quickly.

  7. Terraset says:

    Well, the government’s got telepathy, weaponized automated drones, control of the food supply and most meaningful technologies and infrastructure. Yeah, pretty safe to say they’ve won. Sure it’s not official yet, all the tech and infrastructure isn’t quite in place yet, but just give it 5-10 years. The activists aren’t going to come back from this, they’ve got nothing to push with, no viable alternatives, nothing. Just scraps of good ideas and proof of concept hobby projects. Nothing large scale or self sustained. Nothing on the horizon that even looks like it could become that. Or at least not in the areas that actually matter, martial power. To paraphrase Bill Burr, you can plants all the victory gardens and build all the watermills you want, but without a gun all you’re doing is collecting supplies for the toughest guy on the block.There is no way the activists are going to be capable of building enough momentum to shut this down by the time the hunter drone swarms are sent to find all the dissenters living in the shanty towns they built after they were kicked out of society for having too low a social credit score, sniffed out via their neural fingerprints and then bombed from orbit.

    I’d love to be proven wrong, but that’s probably not going to happen.

    • scpat says:

      The battlefield can not be a physical one. Of course we cannot beat them at their own game that they are 1,000,000X better than us at. The battlefield is in the mind. It’s about having people shift the way they think about the world and the way they think about interaction with their fellow humans. Right now, for the average person it’s all about what can the State do for me. How can I get the State to use violence in a way that benefits me? There needs to be a shift toward a mindset of Voluntaryism, and the illegitimacy of the State.

      • wall says:

        And the more impoverished and un-free people become, the more their minds will change. The state will likely be the source of its own undoing. It’s funny. It’s so worried about controlling what people see (whether through the mainstream of fake alternative media) and say that it doesn’t seem to realize that the attempt to control things in such a way as to prevent real solutions from occurring is precisely what will cause people to become frustrated to the point of abandoning their tolerance for the state.

        What was that song… if you hang on too tightly you lose control?

    • calibrator says:

      > Well, the government’s got telepathy, weaponized automated drones, control of the food supply and most meaningful technologies and infrastructure. Yeah, pretty safe to say they’ve won.

      They have indeed won, but not because of the first two things you mention.
      In fact they won hundreds of years ago because they control the narrative by owning the people and organization that spread it.

      But the governments themselves have lost a long time ago. Likely before your grandfather was born.
      They got replaced with “public servants” – but only ones that serve a tiny fraction of the public (the one with the money).
      They get controlled & steered by the agencies and lobbyists that are allegedly under their supervision.

      Nobody will shut it down. Ever. The fight is over.

      There will be no revolution because none can be organized (the ones that were in recent years – anywhere on the world – were organized by the CIA), thanks to the money and help from USAID, the NED and its connected institutes (that now do the spying on the people for Facebook: International Republican Institute and National Democratic Institute -> also proving that the USA is a one-party system).

      The moment you switch on your devices and connect to the system you are done.
      Even if your device is secure (for how long?) – the datastream is not.
      Forget TOR, already infiltrated.

      Guess who built the Internet and the infrastructure, the fiber cables?
      Look here for an example:
      https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lynn_Forester_de_Rothschild
      Of course they are all philanthropists and therefore friends of humanity…

      Forget crypto currencies – when the SHTF you won’t have access to them.

      You will wake up in the FEMA camp they brought you to, after they tazed you, handcuffed to the bed. Be thankful for the plump toothbrush they’ll allow you.

      So what can you do?

      Don’t lose hope.

      Collect information, teach others so that they can get aware at least (this will fail with *most* people) and try to isolate yourself against the system (don’t buy an Alexa, doh!).

      Try to hurt the corporations financially by spreading the word. Most boycotts won’t work wonders but perhaps some will.

      Yeah, maybe you can also grow your own crops but in at least one US state it is already criminal to collect rain water. Good luck avoiding all those patented seeds from Monsanto, too!

    • manbearpig says:

      Deutsche Bank’s take on population “growth” and inflation…

      (interesting take indeed…but then again what they said about confirmation bias also seems to be true 😉 “…one reason I enjoyed reading this research is because it backs up my view…”)

      “…And if population growth continues to slow at the currently expected rates, then it will never double again, certainly not within any of our lifetimes (barring a cure for death, obviously)…

      …So to sum up – in the very long run (30 to 100 years, says Deutsche) – we might revert to the long-term mean of slow population growth (or even decline) plus a harder monetary regime (perhaps “the offspring of cryptocurrencies”) that keeps inflation in check.

      But it’ll probably only come about as a result of a political backlash to a “great inflationary reset”, as Reid puts it…”

      a “great inflationary reset”…

      …a “great inflationary reset”… hmmmmm…

      ?

      • manbearpig says:

        ERRATUM:

        “…but then again what “they” said about confirmation bias also seems to be true…”

        “they” actually being Moneyweek.com who’d recapped their own reading of Deutsche Bank’s report

        and not Deutsche Bank themselves…

        gnight then.

  8. scpat says:

    This was a very interesting conversation. Dr. Conaway is a great host and asks relevant questions and follow-up questions.

  9. manbearpig says:

    I was speaking with students these last 3 days about the “Presidential Alert” text message incident that took place last Wednesday (that strangely got no press here in France that anyone noticed) and one said it reminded him of the French Presidential text message sent out in early September of this year:

    In fact, the president of the Auvergne-Rhône Alpes region, Laurent Wauquiez, sent his wishes for a successful school year to all the high school students of the region via their cell phones; sparking mixed reactions of surprise and concern from both parents and their high school children wondering how he’d obtained all their personal numbers…flashes of their last careless Instagram photos may’ve flashed before the eyes of the more astute…

    My student concluded simply that the French politician would do anything to groom his image and get re-elected but I came to think that in fact,

    far from being a mere scare tactic of national emergency, this seemingly benevolent “presidential gesture” of sending text messages to various populations in the U.S. and France is just a way of normalizing and advertising the fact that ‘yes, the State has everyone’s number, google account, info, photos, emails, geo-location etc etc etc’ and isn’t it a wonderful and convivial thing and ‘don’t you want to be warned in case of a national emergency?’ ‘Don’t you want your elected officials taking a personal interest in your child’s education?’

    It’s normalization of the fact that the state has your data and it’s dandy, and so what’s the problem with that?

    It’s the epilogue of The Circle. Edward Snowden’s work is now done. In fact, all of the seemingly dystopic and dire warnings, à la Black Mirror, these text messages, even the rucus created by the Western mainstream media around China’s social credit system are, in fact, just predictive programming. Of course. Silly me.

    We’ve gone, in a short decade, from the shock and rage feigned by European politicians that Obama’s government would spy on them via the NSA

    to their own smooth and smiling message sent directly to their “electors’ phones” of
    “Now Get Used To It!!”

  10. wall says:

    Oh, I just thought of something. Everyone talks about how China has this social credit system and how evil it is for restricting movement.

    What is funny is that the US has basically had this for many decades now, it’s just not called that. It’s based on how much money you make. If you earn enough, you can freely go anywhere. If you can’t afford a car then you don’t have enough social credit (as measured in the ability to make money) to have such freedom.

    I wonder why no one seems to noticed that, especially given how stupidly expensive cars are these days.

  11. manbearpig says:

    Funny, I just saw that Dr Joanne Conaway promotes MLM Youngevity products… People seem really happy with the ‘Beyond Tangy Tangerine’ supplement…

    youtube.com/watch?v=kQdsbY2pcBI

    joanneconaway.com/page3.htm

  12. AnimalsArentFood says:

    Just a reminder to everyone:
    Intel puts a backdoor in their CPU’s that provides direct access to your hardware, rendering all of your installed security software useless when it comes to combating deep-state actors looking to access your computer.
    Judging by the wording and body language in recent AMD statements, I think it’s safe to say AMD is also providing a similar backdoor.
    It may be that they are legally required to at this point.

    You can still block them, or at least catch them in the act, by using a router with custom firmware to watch for unusual/unexpected traffic to/from your computer.

    • calibrator says:

      The Intel tech is called “IME” – “Intel Management Engine” and it is really a tiny computer within the CPU: It has its own, independent CPU, its RAM, its flash memory and its own operating system – and of course it is able to work the network connections even if the main CPU hasn’t even booted Windows (or MacOS).

      https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Intel_Management_Engine

      It exists for about 10 years now and it is being marketed as a necessity for better remote access.
      Intel simply publicly stated that they never integrate backdoors into their products – and we all know that they would never lie to us.
      Especially when the government is interested in such technology…

      It has become pretty much a non-topic because people got accustomed to it and there wasn’t even an outcry as it became known that some hardware vendors like Dell got the magic key to disable it for its customers (the NSA – who apparently doesn’t need remote access, yeah sure…).

      And, yes, AMD has the same kind of technology, called “AMD Secure Technology”.

      So, no, you can’t buy an x86-CPU-based desktop PC, workstation, laptop, tablet or server that does not have the “backdoor”.

      • AnimalsArentFood says:

        Thanks for compensating for my laziness.
        I’ll just quickly add that there are people working on ways to disable the Intel backdoor (IME) and there’s been some good progress.
        Personally I’m still using a 2007 CPU while I wait for them to come up with a solid disabling method. There are some really nice CPU’s & motherboards from that time period that you can get for quite cheap. I’m still able to do most common things, including video editing in Adobe Premiere and playing many of the newer games.
        I should also mention that I’m not 100% convinced that the older CPU’s didn’t also have some kind of backdoor that was never found, but, anecdotal as it may be, I monitor my Internet connection closely and haven’t yet detected any traffic I couldn’t account for.

        • calibrator says:

          You may have all the knowledge and experience (and time) in the world to defend yourself as good as humanly possible.

          You may also be able to cope with a slower PC, run it without Windows etc.

          My point is that the majority of people has no chance to circumvent what can happen to them. The only working solution for them is to not use the stuff at all, which won’t happen as it is so “comfy”.

  13. manbearpig says:

    unrelated: just saw a couple of episodes of “The First” with Sean Penn, a TV series about getting to Mars…

    and a moment struck me when one of the key characters was testifying that it was urgent they pursued colonizing space

    because of the horrifying ravages of Climate Change on Earth and the 11.5 billion plus people trying to survive on the planet (in the story)…

    and I thought, oh, d’ya think the “geo-engineering” spraying and general poisoning of the planet has been contrived partly to justify space exploration…?

    ’cause, as recent links by Ukdavec demonstrate, even Deutsche Bank admits were not heading towards an overpopulation crisis – but rather the opposite…even if the general uninformed consensus is quite the opposite…

    aww, anyhow… a little Saturday night entertainment and musings… always interesting to discover via mainstream media what we’re supposed to be thinking and fighting for…

    even if I’m genuinely excited by the prospect of space exploration…

  14. calibrator says:

    By the way: The whole “magic blockchain train” is still running with full steam, too!
    I’m not talking crypto currencies but other applications of this technology here – with the companies dreaming up scenario after scenario:

    Ubisoft Backs New Blockchain Group to Spur Adoption in Gaming

    Gaming giant Ubisoft has taken another step into the blockchain space by becoming an inaugural member of the newly formed Blockchain Game Alliance consortium.

    Announced Friday at the Blockchain Game Summit in Lyon, France, the group aims to develop common standards and practices for integrating blockchain technology into video games, according to gaming news organization MCV.

    etc.

    Listen to this:

    > Nicolas Gilot, CEO of Ultra, told MCV that the group is focusing on boosting stakeholders with the development of common blockchain standards, explaining:

    > “The Blockchain Game Alliance is advocating for a universal standard in the blockchain gaming space to create a more interoperable and transparent ecosystem, which will benefit stakeholders, by furthering innovation and ensuring economic viability.”

    What a mouthful!

    But wait, it gets better:

    > In an interview with VentureBeat, Ubisoft’s blockchain initiative associate manager, Anne Puck, said “everything around blockchain is worth investigating.” She further noted that the company hopes to reduce “toxicity” in gaming communities, while still adhering to EU privacy laws.

    Full read here:

    https://www.coindesk.com/ubisoft-backs-blockchain-group-to-spur-adoption-in-gaming/

  15. Hotfoot says:

    Many channels (not just videos) on YouTube are being taken down, it seems. There’s a ‘strike’ system. 3 strikes and you’re out. I’ve been aware of this for some time. It seems now that this is being extended to BitChute.

    I was watching this

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EVoAii6LxcM&frags=pl%2Cwn

    on Adam Green’s YouTube channel, ‘Know More News’, where he’s talking to Marty Leeds, another YouTuber, who says that one of his videos,

    https://martyleeds33.com/portfolio/we-need-to-talk-about-the-jews-11656/

    which is about the nature of anti-semitism, was taken down, first from YouTube, and then from Bitchute.

    Bitchute, which I’d somehow thought was well behind YouTube in the censorship race.

    Seems to me the most controversial point in this piece is a caption at 32m46s underneath Bebe Netanyahu which reads ‘Founder of the War on Terror’.

    I’m struck that the censorship is really kicking in now, big time. Free speech is really for the chop, my friends.

    • calibrator says:

      “Know More News” is a very fishy title for a Youtube channel to begin with.

      It nicely with “No More Jews”…

      Other, smaller channels have been nuked completely, though, while Green has lost “only” a few of his vids.

  16. Jeffa says:

    PBS documentary on eugenics!
    In case you don’t know yet.

    https://www.pbs.org/video/eugenics-crusade-trailer-dhsnea/

  17. Won Fat Fuk says:

    You know, it’s only a matter of time before you won’t be able to turn “alexa” (or her alternates) off. That is, you won’t be able to “unplug” the surveillance device.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      Won Fat Fuk
      Looking at your name, I have to resist making the wong jokes in regards to Alexa.
      Someone could have a field day.

  18. bashad says:

    This mind readying technology is freaking me out, I hope that vast majority of people wake of to the reality that we are leaving in and try to reverse this scary notion.

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