Big Sister [Janet Napolitano] Wants Behavior Scanners At Sports Events, Malls

Homeland Security chief Janet Napolitano admitted yesterday that body scanners would eventually find their way into U.S. public transportation, trains and boats, but Big Sis is already beta-testing technology that goes even further, by forcing Americans to undergo a behavioral interrogation before they are allowed to enter sports events, rock concerts and shopping malls.

via Big Sis Wants Behavior Scanners At Sports Events, Malls.

It's a powerful article by Paul Joseph Watson. The thing is that it's much worse than Paul Joseph Watson paints it. The plan is really to have surveillance and scanners and controllers of all types built right into your body at the nanotech level. Don't kid yourself. Advancements in those fields are speeding up. If you have never heard of the singularity, you should check into it. It's a point where technological development comes so quickly that it reaches infinity in a sense. Frankly, it's Satan's attempt to parallel and overtake God. It won't work of course, but you can't tell Satan that. He doesn't want to hear it and refuses.

It really won't take that long until there will be sensors everywhere with computers monitoring everything and making the decisions, because the data input will be impossible for the human mind to absorb and act upon in the way intended for the system by the architects.

They are banking everything on science and technology. They're betting everything on technological advancements, if they can be called that, coming so quickly that solutions for all the current problems will be found in time. They are making a huge mess with technology and hoping they get the hang of it in the nick of time.

The problem is that they refuse to hear me when I say that without morality, it won't work. They're going to try to police everything and coerce everything into completely paranoid subjugation rather than focus upon bringing enlightenment into this darkening world.  It's the error of errors.

They can't overcome their egotistical selfishness without cornering themselves with computer brinkmanship with themselves (checks and balances). It's insanity, and I know they constantly work trying to not think about it.

You don't like the scanners at the airport. They'll put them on all public transportation and then on all public roads and then mandate them for all vehicles, including private. You'll do what they say or be herded off. Don't think there aren't morons who will work for them making all of this happen, but don't be surprised when the robots are everywhere controlling everything.

Are you being shocked yet by the future? It's starting, isn't it? The sci-fi writers aren't going to be able to stay out ahead of it. The computers will advance before the writers finish imagining.

Could anything good come out of it all? The choice of morality necessarily must be uncoerced for it to be truly understood and stick. The only thing that can be said,  I've said a number of times before (it's been years now). It's going to get much worse before it gets better. That's because people are slow and stubborn.

Even the atheists will be praying, at least the smarter ones.

Right after 9/11, millions of people who never usually think about it were suddenly thinking about God. A few months later, it was mostly back to not thinking again. Terrible events spur people to consider to look for answers. However, they give up before they make contact, as it were.

String events together and make them huge, and people will be forced to keep thinking. Many will break. Many others will see, but it will be too late. They'll have already been sifted. That's the prophecy, and I can't see how it won't be fulfilled.

The Christian Commons is to be where none of this exists. The Commons is to be a place of pure, uncoerced morality.

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