Tuesday, January 28, 2014

Thought Control

Data collection is less about surveillance than the acquisition of a potentially mind-shattering capability to track, intercept and interrupt human thought before it becomes action. It’s the concept of “preemptive war” applied to sociology and behavior with a GPS-type WiFi installed upon thinking itself. The basic premise is this: 
(1) Before action, there’s a thought. 
(2) To change behavior, change thought. 
(3) Both behavior and thought has to be predictable.
So the NSA collects huge amounts of data to study, analyze and predict behavior and thought. Make no mistake: the ultimate goal of the NSA isn’t to read emails: it’s to read thoughts, control thoughts and behaviors through variables of neurologic-analytics.

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