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With our country on the hook for more than $100 trillion in unfunded liabilities and the latest revenue-raising scheme, Obamacare, rapidly imploding, it's comforting to know that our government is still capable of focusing on the basic needs of this country -- like mind control.
The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency announced last week that it's planning to spend $70 million over five years to develop brain implants.
That's brain "implants," not brain "research."
The raison d'etre given for the implant project is that the Pentagon wants to help veterans and other folks with depression.
The project, according to DARPA, is to focus on improving existing technology.
Put another way, the Pentagon wants to control soldiers' moods electronically. (Hey, LSD didn't work, so why not?)
I'm sure it's all well-intended, good, clean fun from the people who gave us MK-Ultra, but for some reason my Spidey sense is tingling.
The DARPA project, which is being joined by the National Institutes for Health and the National Science Foundation, is being called Systems-Based Neurotechnology and Understanding for the Treatment of Neuropsychological Illnesses.
That project is part of a larger decade-long Obama Administration initiative to study and map the human brain, similar to what the Human Genome Project did for DNA.
That just happens to coincide with a European effort called the Human Brain Project, into which the European Commission is pumping a half-billion euros to pay for an army of researchers from top universities.
In the proposal for the Human Brain Project, the coordinators describe the plan to use a "Big Data" approach and cloud technology to compile information from researchers around the globe in a 10-year push to crack all the secrets of the human brain.
At the end of the project, 2023 is the target date to begin putting chips in people's heads, according to multiple news sources.
It's a steppingstone, apparently, to the larger plan, which has been announced in Time magazine and numerous other publications, to plug the human race into a central computer called the Singularity with the promise to make us all "immortal."
It's common enough knowledge that there was even an entire episode of TV's "Big Bang Theory" that focused on the character Sheldon's efforts to live long enough to be plugged into the Singularity.
But this isn't TV or science fiction or even a "conspiracy theory." This is happening. It's being worked on right now, and you and I and our children are the intended recipients of this dystopian vision.
And if you don't see what's wrong with this picture, just think about how much you hate having your wife or mother order you to spend five minutes emptying the trash, then imagine being the helpless tool of state bureaucrats 24-7.
Film director Aaron Russo once related a conversation he had with Nick Rockefeller, in which Rockefeller admitted, "The end goal is to get everybody chipped, to control the whole society, to have the bankers and the elite people control the world."
That quote is disputed by a lot of people who weren't there, as is the identity of Nick Rockefeller. Oddly, there doesn't seem to be a lot of clear information about who he is or what his relation is to the Rockefeller family. Yet this apparently little-known entity's name is on the membership roll of the Council on Foreign Relations, a group that is a step or two beyond exclusive. So take his quote with or without salt as you will.
Can you say, "We are the Borg"?