Jon Rappoport identifies Friday’s DHS decision to federalize U.S. elections as a genuine coup with immense implications. True? If so, will Trump reverse it or celebrate it?
Always, for me, the fundamental question to ask about any so-called news is Cui Bono, who benefits, the forces of centralization or de-centralization? In this case, who benefits is all too clear.
Rappoport: “On a scale of importance from 1 to 10, with 10 being the most important, this breaking development is a 500.”
Here’s another take on it:
The above article, from infowars, serves up this news with eye-opening context. Wow! Food systems are considered “critical infrastructure”? Does this mean that in one fell swoop, the feds could attempt to shut down all local food production in favor of Big Ag?
DHS currently designates 16 public sectors as “critical infrastructure sectors,” including the communications sector, the food and agriculture sector and the energy sector. “Critical infrastructure” is defined as systems “so vital to the US that their incapacitation or destruction would have a debilitating effect on security, national economic security, national public health or safety, or any combination thereof,” according to DHS.
All of which reminds me: Last night I watched all but the last nine minutes (due to an increasing sense of being creeped out; will try to finish it tonight) of a film on Netflix by Werner Herzog, Lo and Behold: Reveries of a Connected World. Sounds good, eh? But wait. Herzog’s fascinating, visually stunning, episodic view of the history and implications of the internet details its growing power to both “become self-aware” as well as digitize and connect the entire world, including us.
I don’t yet know if the final nine minutes mentions the transhumanist agenda, but that’s what this is, folks, a NWO future in which not just the still infant “internet of things,” but our very bodies will be included i.e, most likely chipped, turned into machines, atomized, diffused within, totally controlled by, the global “critical infrastructure.”
De-centralize, folks. Get down to brass tacks. That’s you and me, who we engage with on a daily basis. Our daily habits and practices. Our awareness. The land we live on. Our animals. Our plants. Our Earth. Our Loving Immensity.