Do you think the U.S. Government is your friend? How about Big Tech? Combined, they promise to make your life better, but tyranny seems to be their ultimate goal.
TYR’ANNY, noun [French tyrannie; from tyran.]
1. Arbitrary or despotic exercise of power; the exercise of power over subjects and others with a rigor not authorized by law or justice, or not requisite for the purposes of government. Hence tyranny is often synonymous with cruelty and oppression
Excerpt From: Noah Webster. “American Dictionary of the English Language (1828 Edition).
Five examples of digital tyranny
Right now, rather than considering specific ways to improve your online security, I’d like to remind you of the gravity of the threat. The following five examples of digital tyranny come five different articles from five different sources.
5G mobile internet
Sure, 5G will help you do everything faster and better, but the motivation behind the technology is sinister. 5G puts stronger digital chains on you than you could ever imagine.
The technology will power swarms of drones used to control the population (a.k.a., you). The government will monitor everything, including what’s in your refrigerator. They will have complete control over your car and where you can and can’t go.
Best of all, you are going to pay for it all.
Government internet takeover
Make no mistake, both sides of the American UniParty (Republican and Democrat) promote digital tyranny. However, Democrat politicians seem most vocal and aggressive on the issue. Less than a month ago, the Democrats announced their plan to take full control of the internet.
Of course, their tyranny comes with the promise of “freedom.”
While they promise them liberty, they themselves are the servants of corruption
2 Peter 2:19
Democrats want mandatory location tracking, non-governmental “independent” regulators, self-identification of politcal opponents, and full collusion with Big Tech. If the Democrats know everything they can control everything and establish themselves as the permanent ruling party.
Mandatory privacy for government employees
It’s OK for cybercriminals, corporations, and the government to know your location at all times. However, what applies to you, doesn’t apply to them.
Universal tracking of the homeless
Government agencies are now experimenting on homeless people, putting barcodes on them that will identify and track them as they live in misery. The technology being developed can eliminate the need for ID cards and biometrics, dramatically reducing the cost of tracking while improving the effectiveness of enforcement.
Prophecy tells us exactly where this is going:
And that no man might buy or sell, save he that had the mark, or the name of the beast, or the number of his name.
By the way, this idea sounds like something that’s straight out of San Francisco, but it’s actually happening in the U.K.
Universal cataloging of the masses
People voluntarily are lining up to have their faces scanned at sporting events. The government tells you that they need to catalog everything about you to screen for terrorists. If you believe that, then you need to explain why the U.S. Government routinely allows known terrorists and mass shooters to strike.
Meanwhile, the FBI and other “law enforcement” agencies sit on the sidelines tracking, but not stopping known terrorists and criminals. Most recently, authorities had the Texas ISIS school-shooter training camp under surveillance and did nothing to stop it until they killed a child as part of an Islamic exorcism. Afterward, the government destroyed the camp to eliminate the evidence of what was happening there.
So, no. The government isn’t screening for terrorists. They already know who the terrorists are and what they’re doing.
The government wants to know who you are, including what you think, where you go, and what you do.
Learn more at Mass Private.
Why does online security matter?
In short, governments and global corporations are working hand-in-hand to monitor and control you and everyone else in the world. Moreover, they want to destroy anyone who resists their schemes and refuses to offer unquestioning loyalty.
To learn more about these powerful recent examples of tyranny, read the article at ZeroHedge.
Quick Tip: Tyranny is at our doorstep. It’s up to you and me to find ways to resist, inform the masses, and protect ourselves. Avoid sharing your personal data, including your image and biometrics with the government and corporations. Increase your privacy and anonymity by getting a paid VPN service. Remember: Every little thing you do to minimize your digital footprint adds up to large improvements in your online security.