Google Megalomaniacs in Bed with Pentagon/NWO Lunatics
[Editor's Note: The author of this article will only identify himself as a 29 year old male from Florida with the name of “Ignorance Isn’t Bliss”. It's slightly annoying that a writer of this man's intellectual capacity wouldn't just employ a conventional-sounding pseudonymn instead of this tongue twisting sobriquet, but that slight irritant doesn't detract one smidgen from the quality and depth of this article. Visit his website; there's much careful thought to mine there...Ken Adachi]
The vision of Google’s future, according to Google co-founder, Sergey Brin, is “it would be like the mind of God”. And it’s a future that they’re working feverishly to make a reality today.
While that quote was in reference to “the ultimate search engine”, this analysis is going to make it more than clear that he was in fact referring to Google in particular. In doing so, we’ll see numerous other quotes demonstrating their intentions, what they mean by “all of the worlds information”, how they’re on precisely the right path to achieve their goal with the U.S. military in this vast project that is set to change humanity forever.
Then there’s the darker side. First, they intend to -if not already- use your PC’s microphone to monitor ‘background audio’ ‘in order to listen to TV’s and so forth to garner better ads for the user’. As US intelligence agencies already monitor subjects via their cell phone microphones, which can only be prevented by removing the phones battery, you can expect Google equipped mobile devices and automobiles to do the same.
Second, another goal is acquiring every persons DNA code, and then making it searchable online as another “Product”. This could prove to be their most challenging ambition, but in Google tradition they’ve rolled out the (on the surface) independent “23andMe” social networking personalized genome service which is already showing signs of targeting children for systematic indoctrination in DNA databanks.
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