“Surveillance: The hidden ways you’re tracked” –
Ramtha on giving up liberty and being controlled

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– “Surveillance: The hidden ways you’re tracked”
“Do you have secrets? Security expert Bruce Schneier has little patience for those who say they don’t.”

“Schneier, who spoke at BBC Future’s World-Changing Ideas Summit on 21 October (see video, above), helped journalist Glenn Greenwald analyse Edward Snowden’s leaked documents from the National Security Agency. The controversy was recently documented in the film Citizenfour, and consciously or not, Schneier’s sentiments echo Snowden’s own words in an early email to the film’s director Laura Poitras: “Every cell phone tower you pass, friend you keep, article you write, site you visit, subject line you type, and packet you route, is in the hands of a system whose reach is unlimited but whose safeguards are not.”

“Indeed, pretty much everything you do can be tracked now, says Schneier. “Everything involves a computer. You know that your Kindle tracks how fast you read, right? Everything you do online, everything you do on your phone, everything you do that involves any kind of payment system,” by Chris Baraniuk, World-Changing Ideas, on the BBC.
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– “An Artist’s Pioneering Masks Shield Us from Future Surveillance”
“Zach Blas explains why we should all be wary of the coming wave of biometric technology”
“The ninth annual Biometrics for Government and Law Enforcement conference kicks off today in Arlington, Virginia, where the F.B.I., Department of Homeland Security, U.S. Army, California Border Patrol, and more gather to plot the future of snagging bad guys. This year’s festivities showcase the F.B.I.’s new $1.2 billion “Next Generation Identification” system (N.G.I.)—taken fully operational last September —a massive database and suite of tools (accessible by 18,000 federal, state, local, tribal, and international agencies) for capturing, storing, and analyzing fingerprints, palm prints, faces, and iris biometrics. The bureau calls it “a significant step forward for the criminal justice community in utilizing biometrics as an investigative enabler.” In other words, the robocops are coming.

Biometrics, or ways of identifying individuals based on singular physical characteristics, have been used for criminal investigation since ancient imperial China began tracking citizens’ fingerprints, but recent advancements have taken body and face quantification mainstream,“ by Tosten Burks, Good Magazine.
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– Ramtha on giving up liberty and being controlled
“In your Book of Books there is a prophecy in Revelations — appropriate term — that was not tampered with. If you were John of old, the entity who prophesied hideous things in the last days, and an angel manifested a vision of a very big computer blinking at you — humming, turning, churning, ominous — and you had never seen one of these before, wouldn’t you refer to it as a beast? Yes, of course you would.

John saw through a vision of actual manifested destiny the climax of the very times you are living in, and the beast fed on a number, and the number was 666. The mark of the beast is represented by the beast embossing the number 666 through a tally of gold. Those who take this debit card will be owned and will have given up their liberty and freedom to their controllers. You give up absolute choice and freedom through it. When the vacuum becomes so severe that the vacuum collapses, the law of that collapse is change and those who take the card will be changed.

This is rightfully a prophecy of truth and it is on its way, rolling out in destiny, coming to pass. Why have you been warned you should not take it? It goes back to choice. Remember choice, that you make the decision? You are free to make the decision. You can come and go wherever you choose. You can choose to believe or not to believe.”
– Ramtha
From: “Last Waltz of the Tyrants, the Prophecy Revisited”
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Posted: January 30th, 2015 - Featured Articles, News Headlines, Predictions, Ramtha

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