In the U.K. there is supposedly, every person in the U.K., if you are out walking in the street, you are photographed at least 30 times in one day and 1 out of 78 people in the U.K. is specifically monitored by security systems and as you know the U.K. is the most monitored camera crazy country in the universe and U.S. would be second and Germany as well. Everything you do and everything you say is on Camera and they want your Genetics. I´ve seen this in the train stations in U.K., but there are scientists that say: If you spit on the platform, they will get your dna and trace you on the government computers to know exactly who you were and your dna will be online forever in their computer system and will be find.. (Stewart Swerdlow)
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All men are victims and losers under a dictatorship; nobody wins except the ruling clique. (Ayn Rand)
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The world is split in 2-3 phases....the 1st phase (not knowing about the people that own all secret energy and technology) that must play the evolving species that is enthusiastic while using the system´s limited ressources and restricted laws and the brainwashed University knowledge of the prison-matrix-system as a pseudo-evolution within the Truman Show of the Ruling Crime Cabal. The 2nd Phase are "Supersoldiers" or "Superhumans" or Avatars or Masters or Advanced Hybrids who can switch between all levels and roles...... The 3rd Phase are the Shadow Rulers who have all informations at hand, all possibilities and options available and who are the builders of the Prison-Matrix-System and the builders of the Staged Future and Truman Show for the passive masses. (Ingmar Veeck)(2016)(8.8.)
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"The natural man lives for himself; he is the unit, the whole, dependent only on himself and on his like. The citizen is but the numerator of a fraction, whose value depends on its denominator; his value depends upon the whole, that is, on the community. Good social institutions are those best fitted to make a man unnatural, to exchange his independence for dependence, to merge the unit in the group, so that he no longer regards himself as one, but as a part of the whole, and is only conscious of the common life.