6 AI in Corporations and in the Media

The Future of the Internet

If anybody is wondering what role the Internet has in all this, the answer is simple. Many people think that the Internet is a precious gift and a place where people all over the world can connect and share information and ideas. By the same token, many truth-seekers believe that the Controllers regret that they gave the Internet to the masses because now the truth is coming out about them and their crimes.

It is, of course, true that the Internet is a place where people can connect, but the assumption that it was a mistake to release it to the public is incorrect. The Internet was originally a closed network, only used by the MIC, and it was given to the military by the Alien Invader Force. They were told to release it to the public eventually, and this was done in the early 1990s, so the Overlords could learn more about human mass consciousness as we progressed through the nano-second (1987-2012).

The CIA and the Google-funded company, Recorded Future, are scanning the entire world wide web looking for patterns in humans to collect data and information from on a global scale. Its software scans 8 billion data points from 600,000 sources every week! [Activist Post, June 15, 2015].

The number of devices that are connected to the Internet have sky-rocketed over the last few years because of smartphones being connected to it as well. According to a Cisco report in 2011:

In 2003, there were approximately 6.3 billion people living on the planet and 500 million devices connected to the Internet… Explosive growth of smartphones and tablet PCs brought the number of devices connected to the Internet to 12.5 billion in 2010… Cisco IBSG predicts there will be 25 billion devices connected to the Internet by 2015 and 50 billion by 2020. [Ibid. op. cit.]

Because of humanity’s voluntary participation in this mind control project, the Cosmic Outlaws now know everything about how the human mind works and computes in this particular time period; we are constantly revealing things about ourselves on the Internet; both in mundane and more sophisticated communications. Emails are of course also included in this potluck — everything is monitored, down to each letter you type on your computer, smartphone, tablet, or any other electronic device. The Internet, as we know it, will be obsolete when the Singularity is in place. The Internet will integrate with the SBC, and humanity, as a hive-mind, will be the new Internet, something that’s been the purpose since the World Wide Web was introduced to the public. Aside from being a spy device, the Internet is obviously also an introduction to the Singularity, so we can gradually get used to the idea of being “connected.”

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