Social Engineering for the Coming Technofascist World
"In yet another attempt to gain public acceptance for the coming technological tyranny, the EU has recently funded the University of Bergen in Norway to create a website that collects people’s opinions on three emerging techno-fascist technologies: biometric id, human augmentation, and global tracking systems.
TechnoLife project will present the objections of concerned citizens to EU policy makers so they can then spin the technology in a direction that is more acceptable to the general population.
Of course, nowhere on their website is there even the hint that these technologies could be prevented from being deployed. TechnoLife’s research is narrowly focused on how to gain public acceptance for the coming surveillance and control systems.
So, if you would like to be "triggered" into providing your concerns to the TechnoLife project, here are their three movies which are guaranteed to make you wish you could jump into a time-machine set for the 18th century."
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