End Game: The Bigger Picture of Surveillance and Comprehensive Control
Updated: 22 July 2020

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The coronavirus pandemic has been portrayed, whether through fear-mongering or not, as an existential threat to individuals. This has induced them to acquiesce to government intrusion on their lives at a level which, in the U.S. and many parts of the world, would have been unacceptable, even unthinkable, before the pandemic outbreak. Prior to this, a significant number of technological and medical efforts aimed at surveillance and control of populations were ongoing. But they remained on the shelf, lacking the means to achieve mass buy-in. Once the pandemic and its accompanying fear generation began, however, and under its cover, these all accelerated and have been moving toward an ever more inevitable successful conclusion.

A previous stage of this process, begun by the 9/11 events, set in motion the War on Terror and the long chain of restrictions on, and violations of, fundamental civil liberties that were formerly sacrosanct in much of the West. That process of incremental restriction, based on fear of terrorism, eventually became impeded by (a) a lack of a repeat of such a massive "terrorist" attack, and (b) a public awareness of the reality of false-flag events – and a general suspicion of government – that has rendered such a repeat disaster much less credible. To get the process back in gear, a shift of foundation from "terror" to a more durable generator of fear was called for. A global pandemic based on a scary novel virus was predicted and the response to it modeled. And then it occurred.

Most of us have found ourselves caught in the pandemic's web, arguing over details – virus origins, death rates, appropriateness of response measures – and absurdly getting tangled up in political echo chambers. One can easily lay this at the feet of the mainstream media and powerful politicians, and there is truth in that. Even most of the alternative media is focused on this fray.

But there is a much larger picture taking place behind the scenes, which has been long in the making. It an end game for a world under total surveillance and control. The resources below are aimed at helping open it up to examination.

  1. Biosecurity and Politics
    This is perhaps the best introduction to this topic, though I appreciated it better after James Corbett's Bill Gates documentary, below. It is a short essay by Giorgio Agamben elegantly laying out what he describes as "nothing less than the creation of a sort of 'health terror' as an instrument for governing what are called 'worst case scenarios' " – the ultimate, durable successor to the War on Terror.
  2. Who is Bill Gates?
    This four-part documentary by James Corbett, available in video, audio, and a fully-source-linked transcript, covers a large part of the agenda being promoted behind the scenes – as Corbett describes it: "the takeover of public health has been used to railroad the world into a headlong rush to
    • mandatory vaccinations,
    • biometric identification, and
    • digital payments."
    It shows clearly the way in which each of these interlocks with the others toward the creation of a worldwide control grid of the entire population. It focuses on Bill Gates because Gates has inserted his influence into so many aspects of that agenda, but makes the point that the issue is not Bill Gates as an individual, but rather the ideology underlying what he and others are aiming at.
  3. Why Big Oil Conquered the World
    This second half of James Corbett's Big Oil documentary provides an understanding of the role of oil billions in various key movements of the 20th century:
    • Eugenics
    • the environmental movement
    • Technocracy
    • the Green Revolution and genetic engineering
    The value of this material is its provision of the full context and trajectory of the long arc of this effort.
  4. The sacrifice of traditional "legacy systems" that hold back "progress," to be replaced by artificial intelligence systems designed for surveillance and control, an agenda articulated and pushed by the U.S. AI industry to beat China at China's own game.
    1. Examples of what we're losing: cash and credit card payments, face-to-face purchasing, car ownership, human doctors
    2. Whitney Webb's exposé