When it comes to just about anything you can think of today, for those who take the time to look into a topic beyond what the mainstream media has spoon fed you, you’re likely to find a very different reality than the one you were told. More often than not, the truth can be stranger than fiction, but it often takes time to research, which is something most people don’t have. In the articles titled, How the CIA Made Google – Part I, and Why Google Made the NSA – Part II, all the research has been done for you by a new crowd-funded investigative journalism project known as INSURGE INTELLIGENCE, but it’s lengthy and requires a person to take the time to read it. Sadly, there is nothing remotely conspiratorial about either.
INSURGE INTELLIGENCE, a new crowd-funded investigative journalism project, breaks the exclusive story of how the United States intelligence community funded, nurtured and incubated Google as part of a drive to dominate the world through control of information. Seed-funded by the NSA and CIA, Google was merely the first among a plethora of private sector start-ups co-opted by US intelligence to retain ‘information superiority.’
The origins of this ingenious strategy trace back to a secret Pentagon-sponsored group, that for the last two decades has functioned as a bridge between the US government and elites across the business, industry, finance, corporate, and media sectors. The group has allowed some of the most powerful special interests in corporate America to systematically circumvent democratic accountability and the rule of law to influence government policies, as well as public opinion in the US and around the world.
Most people believe Larry Page and Sergey Brin were the founders of Google, and they were, sort of. What most people don’t know is that they did so with huge amounts of seed money by the NSA and CIA, and were overseen by government “handlers” the whole time. The proof can be found in the lengthy articles above with the findings of INSURGE INTELLIGENCE. In the video below, you’ll learn that Google is at the very heart of the new surveillance state, as one might think from a company that got its origins with money from the CIA and NSA.
It also explains why companies like Google often blur the lines between government and the private sector. Few people know the former head of the U.S. government’s top secret defense agency DARPA, Regina Dugan, is now the head of Research and Development at Google, and has been hard at work not just creating ingestible RFID chips that will be required of every man, woman, and child wishing to buy goods and services anywhere on the planet in the near future, but is also advocating heavily for the chip on behalf of Google.
This past year Ingestible RFID Microchips Were Presented to the Global Elite by Regina Dugan at Bilderberg 2015, and the chips are FAR past the drawing board, as very quietly the FDA Approved Ingestible RFID Chips For Human Use! For more on this subject be sure to check out: New World Order's Ban on Cash is Coming… Prepare To Be Microchipped. In the video below, Alex Jones discusses how close the New World Order is to implementing the use of such chips.
As you read about all the “wonderful” things Google is expected to be able to do by 2050, might I suggest you keep the following in mind…
In case you missed it, towards the end of last year, Google underwent a corporate restructuring. Google became Alphabet and, in not so many words, a plan to take over the world was silently hatched. Under this new format, Google and all of its reputation and responsibilities were stripped away from the scientific ventures undertaken by the wider company; the sentiment being that they could exist away from the pressures of the Google moniker.
Alphabet now looks set to become the world’s most valuable company, it’s feasible that Apple stocks will take a hit next quarter and Alphabet will steal a march on the $70bn-plus gap that currently separates them. Unlike Apple, Alphabet is more interested in the spheres that exist outside of entertainment. Larry Page and his cohorts are arguably looking to make a far more profound impact on the globe than Tim Cook and co. With fingers in so many pies they pretty much own the whole bakery, here are the projects that Alphabet is working on that could well come to fruition by the time we hit the century’s halfway mark.
The self-driving arm is well-documented, accounts vary on how far along the project actually is but testing is well underway and Alphabet will quite possibly be the first to get the tech into the mainstream. Officially, Google has self-driven over 1 million miles with a fleet that includes both modified Lexus SUVs and new prototype vehicles that are designed from the ground up.
Google’s currently holding a $30m competition to land a privately funded robot on the moon, if that’s not an indication of a desire to explore the last frontier we don’t know what is. Not to mention, back in 2014, the company leased a NASA facility capable of housing robotics research and space-exploration vehicles.
Google Life Sciences, now known as Verily, is a branch dedicated to researching living organisms and advancing our knowledge of diseases. Google has ferreted away some of the world’s leading brains including Dr. Thomas R. Insel, the director of the National Institute of Mental Health and Marija Pavlovic, who studies the effect of radiation on DNA. By 2050 Google will likely be a leading name in the medical world, whether for profit or not.
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Roughly two years ago Google announced a new robotics division, Replicant, that acquired a number of companies in the field. Among the robotics firms was a London based startup, DeepMind that was focused on artificial intelligence. The wider division had an initial goal of consumer robotics of 2020, how likely that is, has yet to be revealed. Give the group another 30 years and expect to see some Will Smith-style sentient beings roaming the streets.
As part of Verily, Alphabet has developed a number of technologies that hint at the potential of human augmentation in the near future. Among them, contact lenses that allow people with diabetes to continually check their glucose levels using a non-intrusive method, whilst Google Glass also has some potential in this field of overcoming the human body’s natural limitations. Alongside the fully-fledged Robots, us humans could be more cyborg by 2050.
Stock your fridge
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Cast back to late 2013 and you remember the first lab-grown burger being subject to a less than mouthwatering taste test; the hunk of “meat” costing an eye-watering $330,000. Google’s Sergey Brin was revealed as the benefactor of the expensive project. It’s not a leap to expect a Google branch to be developing and shaping our diets pretty soon, in conjunction with the research at Verily, we could be healthier then we’ve ever been.
Slow down ageing
Not quite full-blown immortality yet but Alphabet’s Calico arm, established in 2013, is tasked with combatting ageing and associated diseases. Come another 35 years, some headway in the field may have been accomplished that’s increasing our life-expectancy by substantial amounts.
Control your home
The home is getting evermore connected, from fridges and thermostats to coffee machines and even home assistants, the Internet of Things, as it’s known, is the biggest trend in tech right now and Google is at the fore with Nest. As this continues to develop the home of the future will soon be pretty much autonomous, real Meet the Robinsons stuff. Cooking, cleaning, security, by 2050 Google innovations will be running and maintaining our abodes like clockwork.
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