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How Technocracy Will Control Our Future

    Back in July we published an article entitled: Who is in control of your future and your children and grandchildren's future? The thesis of the article is that the so-called Fourth Industrial Revolution will be controlled by a handful of companies and the people who control those companies. It will be done with little competition and with even less transparency. It will also be done without the direction of elected leaders. The Big Money will determine our future, not our elected officials nor ourselves.

    Just today (8-31-20) Elon Musk held a dog and pony show at Nuralink, a company he controls, to tout "the Link" which is a tiny device that is to be implanted into a brain and then connected to a computer. They say they have already successfully implanted the device in a pig's brain. Presumably once they perfect the hardware they will then turn to the software and decide what it will do, including controlling the emotions, behavior and other aspects of human consciousness.

    If you still harbor doubts about how technocracy will control our future then you need to budget some time to listen to this video. You'll learn a lot.



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