0 - 2019

The present


The world population is still enslaved to the 1%. There are still 30 million people, an estimated 15 million children in debt bondage in India work in slavery to pay off their family's debts. While American slaves in 1809 were sold for around $40.000, a slave nowadays can be bought for just $90, making replacement more economical than providing long term care. Slavery is a multi-billion dollar industry with generates up to an estimated $35 billion annually.

The NWO agenda is to move towards a Creative Commons economy with basic income, Internet of Things (big data, social science), 3D printing, VR and AR lenses and build new cities in the desert, with home batteries, off the grid machines.

Urbanization: people living in cities from 3,5 billion today to 6,5 billion in 2050.

Modern technology like devices for entertainment and convenience are one of the biggest weapons of frequency control. Television sets are the primary tool used to manipulate consciousness on a day-to-day basis. This experiment is so finely tuned that we respond subliminally to disease via the television. Sometimes liberating information is broadcast but subliminally we are being hit with a frequency that keeps us from original thinking, keeps us immobilized and holds us in a silent, obeyant survival mode. There is nothing wrong with technology but it is used against us for fear mongering and to promote inactivity.

All main universities are still controlled by the elite. Compared to them, the average college graduate has no knowledge at all, is merely prepared for wage slavery.

Transhumanists want to digitalise sex through VR avatars and bodies, connected with sensors, gesture based camera controls and neurodevices and through pornographic total immersive entertainment to keep people locked up in endless distraction and self-gratification until there will be no more families.

In 18th, 19th century most scientific and technological research was carried out by individual inventors using their own funds.In the 20th century, scientific and technological research became increasingly systematised, as corporations developed, and discovered that continuous investment in research and development could be a key element of success in a competitive strategy.

Lobby groups of meat industry, sugar industry, cell phone industry boycott research instead of supporting it. US is not doing much research, except in the process of preparing products for commercialisation. 2/3 is funded by industries, 1/3 by government/universities/military.