Discussion: Smart cities, neuro-surveillance, biometrics
Smart cities are being developed across Australia as part of the Agenda 2030 plan, and the mechanisms in which they are being constructed reveal a deeper plot linked to China’s dystopian ‘social credit’ surveillance.
From airports to public transport, workplaces and open spaces, a sophisticated network of monitoring capabilities is being constructed, with plans to introduce neuro-surveillance and ‘open data’ in the future.
Is Australia the test model for a Chinese-inspired ‘Social Credit System’ in the West?
In the following interview snippet, Ethan Nash from TOTT News appeared on Ramola D Reports with Ramola to discuss Australia’s move towards similar control grid:
Full Interview – Ramola D Reports #151
On the full episode, the two expand on these topics, including advanced technologies being employed, freedom and tyranny, the Five Eyes Alliance, similarities in North America and more.
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