Technocrooks: Social Media Is NOT What You Think!
What do you think happens to your posts on social media? Is it harmless to just put your life on these social networks? Who are the real brains behind the social media oligarchs? Where do they get their funding? Susan Bradford reveals a lot about the social media puppets, who is behind them, how they get funding, and what they are doing with your information in her latest book, Taking Back America—it’s very intriguing.
In a chapter called, The Decade that Launched Microsoft. She discusses very interesting information about the social media puppet leaders and how the muscle behind them stole the intellectual property originally developed in the 1990s by a software entrepreneur. It is our government that would eventually make these social media oligarchs rich and powerful.
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In my book Soul-less Society: The Ultimate Deception That Took The Land of Plenty to A Nation of Death, I discuss the precursor to Facebook called Lifelog. This was a project that was launched by the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency known as DARPA, and is under the U.S. Department of Defense. Lifelog was supposed to collect people's data from cradle to grave, and the government was going to house this data for their own purposes. However, word got out about the project and people started to make noise. They feared the information may be used in nefarious ways and that it would infringe on peoples’ privacy rights. So the project was shelved in 2004, or so we thought. Then a couple of years later we found out that all of a sudden this freshman at Harvard coincidentally decides to launch Facebook, which does the same thing, with the same engine that LifeLog was going to use.
In my research, I found that there was a link between Facebook and the CIA.
Author, Tim Hodgkinson, explains how there were connections and funding through the CIA funneled to Facebook. Suddenly, Facebook took off like wildfire.
In my opinion, Facebook and social media in general are voluntary data mining projects where the government pushes them out to the people who seemingly are willing to freely share their information without giving it a thought. Meanwhile, the government is collecting this data and housing it.
Another interesting finding about Facebook was later they hire a former DARPA head, Regina Dugan. All of a sudden she's working at Facebook—what another coincidence. Later on, Dugan makes her way to Google. Surprise, surprise.
According to Bradford’s book, Michael T. McKibben, founder of Leader Technologies had developed technology that scaled text messaging, but this was back in the 90s way before social media was in the public sphere. McKibben put his trust into another gentleman by the name of Professor James P. Chandler III – “it was suggested that he handle all of the intellectual property and our patent applications.”
McKibben states in a video from his website, “Little did we know that some years later we discover that Professor Chandler was a chief intellectual property advisor to various presidents going probably all the way back to George H. W. Bush, but certainly Clinton, George Bush and Barack Obama…there was a whole undercurrent occurring where the technical people in Washington who make decisions on which technologies the US government, and specifically the Department of Defense, is going to acquire and weaponize, was the group that was ultimately behind the theft of our technology.”
McKibben stated that certain technologies were given to certain defense contractors who would then weaponize them and use them to make money on the stock market, as their stock would rise with these new technologies.
Bradford describes how the technocrats we think are so brilliant –such as Bill Gates, Mark Zuckerberg, and others, are really social media puppet leaders who are front men that are purposely put in charge of these projects. In reference to McKibben’s situation, Bradford says that Chandler has ties to IBM, the NSA and DARPA—he had the relationships. Eventually IBM released a product based on McKibben's intellectual property.
The real social networking we know of today is all based on the code that McKibben developed decades ago. Bradford’s book states the “code that underlies Facebook, Gmail, YouTube, Twitter, Instagram and most of the other large scale social networking companies run on Leader technologies, intellectual property.” She also mentions how eventually the code even passes on to Eric Schmidt, CEO of Google for the use of Gmail.
Bradford says the fake tech lords are just the front-men for all the various social media companies that we see cropping up everywhere such as Google, Facebook, etc.
An excerpt from her book reported from Aim4Truth.org states, “The dummy company get tens of millions of dollars in initial investments. Its underwriters then inflate valuation that turn into billions when the fake private corporations later hit the stock market. These fake front-men, pseudo-military corporations, stolen patents, and corrupt defense contractors then magically become the largest corporations in the world—Google (NSA), Facebook, (NSA and CIA), and Amazon (NSA and CIA), and on and on down the line of the huge tech corporations that are consuming everything around them in league with the ill-intent of the military and intelligence agencies. Leader Technologies’ inventions fueled dozens of the largest corporation in the world. It was out-right industrial espionage at the highest governmental levels that led to the theft of Leader’s trade secrets, copyrights, and patents.”
So all of these supposed big social media and technology companies as I see it are corporations created and funded by government. Could that be why they all seem to be in “lock step” with recent censorship of speech that doesn’t stay in line with the mainstream media narrative? If this is true and these social media and technology companies are government creations, we have a corporate fascist government.
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Taking Back America by Susan Bradford
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