Tell ‘Em Like It Is

In keeping with the lastest post on “thanksgiving” to our plantation owners and their on-going tyranny, here is another one for you:

IT is a chilling, dystopian account of what Britain will look like 10 years from now: a world in which Fortress Britain uses fleets of tiny spy-planes to watch its citizens, of Minority Report-style pre-emptive justice, of an underclass trapped in sink-estate ghettos under constant state surveillance, of worker drones forced to take on the lifestyle and values of the mega-corporation they work for, and of the super-rich hiding out in gated communities constantly monitored by cameras and private security guards. UK 2017: Under Surveillance

A careful reading of this article will demonstrate that such a society already exists today, not in 2017. Certainly by then it will be much worse as the world’s civilization deals with the dominoes of collapse and resulting tyranny that must be expected.

“Telling it like it already is” apparently isn’t enough to cause alarm, or stir the sleeping masses from their somnolent state. Only a few of these technological chains are missing today, but have long been in the planning stages and are being tested right now. England already has over 4,200,000 spy cameras in place….

Notice these tidbits in the 2017 article:

When they are taken into custody by private security guards in Westminster, Ben undergoes the usual DNA swab, which is analysed instantaneously, and hands over his ID card for scanning. ID cards are still theoretically voluntary, but not having one makes life almost impossible.

Aaron is a refusenik and doesn’t own a card. That means he can’t apply for a government job or claim benefits or student loans. He can’t travel by plane or even train. To make matters worse, Aaron is a young black man – meaning he is deemed a “high category suspect” and is routinely stopped and brought in to the nearest police station for questioning.

This is already true, as are most other points in this article. But tell ’em like it is and see if anyone even notices…

Once Ben is released, police monitoring systems piggy-back on his hand-held device to track him as he travels across the city. He’s also been put on a communications watchlist which means all his internet and e-mail traffic is saved by his ISP and passed to police. As most phone calls are online now, police also get access to these communications as well.

Call centre drones Call centres monitor everything that staff do and surveillance information is used to recruit staff. Potential employees are subjected to biometric and psychometric testing, as well as lifestyle surveys. “Their lives outside work,” the authors say, “and their background, are the subject of scrutiny. It is felt to be increasingly important that the lifestyle profile of the employee match those of the customers to ensure better customer service.” Recruitment consultants now frequently discard any CV which does not contain volunteered health information.

Notice anything here? Big business in bed with government, demanding, insisting and getting whatever the hell they want. Work for us? You will be subjected to random checks, psychological profiling, and lifestyle examination… this is already here in the United States and undoubtedly, England. Tell ’em like it is….

Once hired, staff are subjected to sporadic biometric testing which point to potential health and psychological problems. Thanks to iris-scanning at a gym connected to the company, employees can be pulled up at annual assessments for not maintaining their health. Periodic psychometric testing also reveals if staff attitudes have changed and become incompatible with company values.

Everybody read about those that got fired because they were smoking at home? I think that occurred in Florida. Business is now dictating and telling you how you WILL live, or your going to be like Aaron above — unable to get a job (anywhere) except as part of the underground or as a criminal.

It never crosses the minds of the thought police that forcing us into criminal behavior is exactly what these program do. All because we refuse to give our consent to have our lives dictated to us from birth to death.

Welcome to the Brave New World.  Shake hands with Orson for me, will you?

“Here’s how 2017 might look…” no, here’s how 2008 will look…


admin at survivalacres dot com

3 thoughts on “Tell ‘Em Like It Is

  • November 25, 2007 at 7:06 am
    Two years ago, I quit my job at one of the major cable TV companies. I started working there again in September. To get health insurance, the employees are “advised” that they need to fill out the personal health assessment form: weight, blood pressure, smoking, eating, and drinking habits, etc. During the computerized explanation, the voice says that at no time will the company ever be given access to your information. Then at the end, the voice reverses itself and says that if there are high risk factors, the company will contact you at home. What? If you don’t fill out this personal profile, at this point you aren’t denied coverage, but you are relagated to the lowest form of coverage. I didn’t fill out the form. Quite a high number of people openly admited that they lied on the form. Next I can see some form of biometric testing. It’s inevitable. At that point, I’ll quit.
  • November 25, 2007 at 9:36 am
    Around here (SW Montana), if one wants a construction job, or ground-keeping, house-keeping etc. (any work at/on someone else’s private property) then one is required to wear/carry GPS tracking ID 24/7/365 – or quit. No exceptions, no excuses. Consent to being tracked ’round the clock or starve/freeze (your ‘choice’). NTM ‘random’ blood screening. This is despite a HUGE labor shortage regionally since the So-Cal et al refugees figure they are too rich/smart to do actual work themselves. Many ranchers already had GPS tracking on every farting cow (or horse). Humans are next.

Leave a Reply