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Is Big Tech Monitoring and Controlling You?

by Brian Shilhavy
Editor, Health Impact News

The technotronic era involves the gradual appearance of a more controlled society. Such a society would be dominated by an elite, unrestrained by traditional values. Soon it will be possible to assert almost continuous surveillance over every citizen and maintain up-to-date complete files containing even the most personal information about the citizen. These files will be subject to instantaneous retrieval by the authorities.

Another threat, less overt but no less basic, confronts liberal democracy. More directly linked to the impact of technology, it involves the gradual appearance of a more controlled and directed society. Such a society would be dominated by an elite whose claim to political power would rest on allegedly superior scientific knowhow. Unhindered by the restraints of traditional liberal values, this elite would not hesitate to achieve its political ends by using the latest modern techniques for influencing public behavior and keeping society under close surveillance and control. Under such circumstances, the scientific and technological momentum of the country would not be reversed but would actually feed on the situation it exploits.

It will become possible to exert a practically permanent watch on each citizen of the world. Technology will make available to the leaders of major nations, techniques for conducting secret warfare, of which only a bare minimum of the security forces need be appraised…..techniques of weather modification could be employed to produce prolonged periods of drought or storm. The Technetronic era involves the gradual appearance of a more CONTROLLED society. Such a society would be dominated by ELITE, unrestrained by traditional values.

The exploitation of mass media to obtain public confidence would be the steppingstones in the piecemeal transformation of the United States into a highly controlled society. (Source.)

Replace the word “Technetronic” from the quote above with the word more commonly used today, Technocratic, and you would be reading a description of exactly what is happening today in the U.S.

Would it surprise you to learn that this was written over 50 years ago? It was written by Zbigniew Brzezinski, who served in both President Lyndon B. Johnson and President Jimmy Carter’s administrations. The quote comes from Between Two Ages: America’s Role in the Technetronic Era, published in 1970. (Source.)

It would take more than another two decades after this was written before this technology developed to be able to accomplish this level of surveillance on the American public. But clearly, the Globalists who control the affairs of this nation, have known for quite some time that technology would be used to monitor and control the public.

Shortly after September 11, 2001, U.S. law gave the government a legal basis to start monitoring all Americans, through the Patriot Act.

Today, if you use Big Tech’s products, as almost everyone in the U.S. does, your actions and speech are being monitored. If you use a mobile device such as a cell phone, and/or a laptop or desktop computer connected to the Internet, or anything else connected to the Internet such as your front door bell, or your thermostat, or if you drive a late-model car that is connected to the Internet, you are being monitored.

I am not saying that you are necessarily actively being spied upon and listened to, but your actions and speech are being recorded and stored in a database in the Cloud somewhere, where it can be retrieved and analyzed at any time by a real person.

For most people, their actions and communications are aggregated and analyzed by computer code, like “artificial intelligence,” mainly for the purpose of making money off of you by advertising products and services customized to your personal data, such as your gender, your age, your location, what you watch on TV, your religious and political views, who you associate with, etc.

That’s how Big Tech primarily makes its money, through advertising.

But all of that data they collect on you, which today can include everything you say and share on social media, or devices like “Alexa,” what you buy including where and when you buy it, what programs and videos you watch, where you drive to, when you turn your lights off at night or turn your thermostat down, and even what you thought were “private” communications, such as social media “private” chats, conversations on your cell phone, or email correspondences on Big Tech’s “free” email platforms – ALL OF THIS DATA IS FOR SALE, for the right price.

Who is Buying Your Data from Big Tech?

Besides selling your data for economic gain, some of the primary purchasers of this data are government intelligence and law enforcement agencies, and not just U.S. governments.

As we reported last week, Elon Musk allegedly provided “several large foreign Twitter investors” with confidential information that may have included users’ personal data and financial statistics, as part of his deal in purchasing Twitter. These sources are allegedly from Saudi Arabia and Qatar. (Source.)

In an “exclusive” report written by Jana Winter of Yahoo News last week, the U.S. State Department is allegedly giving law enforcement and intelligence agencies unrestricted access to the personal data of more than 145 million Americans, which has drawn a Congressional probe into the matter.

The State Department is giving law enforcement and intelligence agencies unrestricted access to the personal data of more than 145 million Americans, through information from passport applications that is shared without legal process or any apparent oversight, according to a letter sent from Sen. Ron Wyden to Secretary of State Antony Blinken and obtained by Yahoo News.

The information was uncovered by Wyden during his ongoing probe into reporting by Yahoo News about Operation Whistle Pig, a wide-ranging leak investigation launched by a Border Patrol agent and his supervisors at the U.S. Customs and Border Protection’s National Targeting Center.

On Wednesday, Wyden sent a letter to Blinken requesting detailed information on which federal agencies are provided access to State Department passport information on U.S. citizens.

“​​I write to express serious concern that the Department of State is providing law enforcement and intelligence agencies with unfettered access to personal data, originally collected through passport applications, of the more than 145 million Americans with a passport,” states the letter sent to Blinken, a copy of which was obtained by Yahoo News. (Full article.)

Have you ever wondered how any negative public statement against Israel or “Jews” by any celebrity or public personality is immediately labeled “anti-semitic” which then unleashes a tidal wave of attack dogs to go after that person?

An investigative report published by Mint Press News recently found that there are many former Israeli spies working for Big Tech companies, including Google, Facebook, and Microsoft.

A MintPress study has found that hundreds of former agents of the notorious Israeli spying organization, Unit 8200, have attained positions of influence in many of the world’s biggest tech companies, including Google, Facebook, Microsoft and Amazon.

The Israeli Defense Forces’ (IDF) Unit 8200 is infamous for surveilling the indigenous Palestinian population, amassing kompromat on individuals for the purposes of blackmail and extortion. Spying on the world’s rich and famous, Unit 8200 hit the headlines last year, after the Pegasus scandal broke. Former Unit 8200 officers designed and implemented software that spied on tens of thousands of politicians and likely aided in the killing of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi.

Why is having former Unit 8200 officers in charge of security, development and software design at some of the world’s most important communications companies a problem? To start with, one of the military unit’s primary functions is to use their tech know how to carry out spying operations across the world.

As Israeli newspaper Haaretz noted in an investigation, “Israel has become a leading exporter of tools for spying on civilians,” selling invasive surveillance software to dozens of governments, many of them among the world’s worst human rights abusers. In Indonesia, for instance, the software was used to create a database of gay people.

Unit 8200 also spies on Americans. Whistleblower Edward Snowden revealed that the NSA regularly passes on the data and communications of U.S. citizens to the Israeli group. “I think that’s amazing…It’s one of the biggest abuses we’ve seen,” Snowden said. (Full article.)

A few weeks ago, the Washington Post published a report stating that the Pentagon used Twitter and Facebook for “clandestine psychological operations.”

The Pentagon has ordered a sweeping audit of how it conducts clandestine information warfare after major social media companies identified and took offline fake accounts suspected of being run by the U.S. military in violation of the platforms’ rules.

The takedowns in recent years by Twitter and Facebook of more than 150 bogus personas and media sites created in the United States was disclosed last month by internet researchers Graphika and the Stanford Internet Observatory.

U.S. Central Command is among those whose activities are facing scrutiny. Some [takedowns] involved posts from the summer that advanced anti-Russia narratives. One fake account posted an inflammatory tweet claiming that relatives of deceased Afghan refugees had reported bodies being returned from Iran with missing organs. The tweet linked to a video that was part of an article posted on a U.S.-military affiliated website.

Congress in late 2019 passed a law affirming that the military could conduct operations in the “information environment” to defend the United States. The measure, known as Section 1631, allows the military to carry out clandestine psychological operations. (Full article.)

Registration is needed to read the Washington Post article, but there are other places to read about it that do not require registration (the Washington Post is owned by Jeff Bezos, owner of, so I personally do not register there). is one source that covered it:

Sometimes, the Pentagon went to the extent of using “deep fake” tech to create artificial personas, in the belief that “what appears to be, say, an Afghan woman or an Iranian student might be more persuasive than if they were openly pushed by the US government.”

The audit ordered by Kahl is sweeping and comprehensive. He wants to know “what types of operations have been carried out, who they’re targeting, what tools are being used and why military commanders have chosen those tactics, and how effective they have been.”

The Post without irony frames concerns about the Pentagon’s psychological warfare tactics as being related primarily to these efforts compromising Washington’s purported “moral high ground” globally, with a nameless diplomat quoted as saying:

“Generally speaking, we shouldn’t be employing the same kind of tactics that our adversaries are using…We are a society that is built on a certain set of values. We promote those values around the world and when we use tactics like those, it just undermines our argument about who we are.”

As far back as Summer 2020, David Agranovich, Facebook’s Director of Global Threat Disruption, who himself spent six years at the Pentagon then served as Director for Intelligence at the elite White House National Security Council, got in touch with his former coworkers to warn them that “if Facebook could sniff them out, so could US adversaries.”

Clearly, senior staff at major social networks consider their platforms being weaponized for information warfare purposes to be thoroughly acceptable, as long as it’s US military and intelligence operatives doing it, and they don’t get “burned” in the process. (Full article.)

These are just a few recent examples that were in the news of how your personal data is routinely collected and used by Big Tech and government intelligence agencies, both in the U.S. and abroad.

There are many, many other examples, such as law enforcement using data from’s Ring Video Doorbell devices, and monitoring your speech and connections on Facebook and other social media sites. You can find many stories on the Internet where a person said something on social media and then almost immediately received a visit from local law enforcement based on what they said publicly on social media.

You are being monitored and manipulated by Big Tech, whether you realize it or not.

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Is Big Tech Monitoring and Controlling You?

If you believe that the advantages and conveniences of the technology far outweigh the loss of privacy, because you “have nothing to hide,” then you are seriously uninformed.

If, for example, contact tracing ever catches on here in the U.S. as it has in China, you could be rounded up and sent to a quarantine camp simply for being in close proximity to someone who has tested positive for whatever the latest dreaded “virus” is at the time. See:

Western Journalist Publishes Rare View Inside a China COVID-19 Quarantine Camp

Many people who were in Washington D.C. on January 6, 2021, and were anywhere near the Capitol building, were tracked through their cell phones and arrested or questioned by law enforcement, even if they were not part of the Trump rally and the crowd that entered the Capitol building.

Just carrying a cell phone which tracks your location, can put you in danger, as many people in Washington D.C. learned on that day.

So what is a person to do?

Ditch your cell phone.

Yeah, I know, some people read that and automatically start convulsing at the mere thought, because they are so addicted to their mobile devices.

But life does exist without cell phones. I lived many years as an adult without a cell phone, and even now go out and about without one.

There are some alternatives also, if you don’t want to be tracked through your cell phone. Pay-as-you-go cell phones that do not require a contract, and where often you can register it in any name you want at the point of purchase, are common with several lower-budget carriers.

But just remember that as soon as you call someone else over a cellular network, that call is recorded and stored in a database somewhere, so if the person you call has their phone registered in their name, it is now associated with your number and traceable.

There are voice apps that do not use the cellular network to make voice calls, but use the Internet instead, and also do not require you to register your phone number. But even then your data could be collected by the owner of the app.

I used to use an app called Wickr, as it had person to person encryption and allegedly did not store any metadata on their servers, but their technology was apparently so good that Jeff Bezos and bought them and now own them.

The other thing to understand is that if you have a pay-as-you-go phone not registered in your name, as soon as you login to any of your social media accounts, such as Facebook, you have now just linked that phone to your identity and it will be tracked.

I have not used any of the Big Tech social media platforms for over a year now, as most of them require you now to login from your cell phone.

If you don’t want your personal data, including your location, tracked, then you need to ditch your cell phone or take great care to make sure any cell phone you use does not have your personal data on it. You need to STOP using all the social media platforms and their apps, and you need to start driving an older model car that does not have tracking services, which almost all late model vehicles now have.

You also need to get rid of ANYTHING in your home that is connected to the Internet, such as Ring video doorbells, or Google’s Nest thermostat and other devices like Amazon’s Alexa.

You would also do well to eliminate Wifi on your router if you have a computer at home, and go back to the older technology of using ethernet cables to connect to your router. Using VPN services is also recommended.

Also, any of the free email services, including Gmail, Yahoo, and others owned by Big Tech, store all of your email correspondences on their servers where it is analyzed. Get a private email account by purchasing your own domain name (but avoid Godaddy – use Epik or Namecheap instead to purchase a domain name), or at least use one of the offshore email providers that emphasize privacy.

It does take more work to protect your privacy in the digital age, and of course if you end up on a list somewhere and are the result of an investigation, they will find you no matter what precautions you take, unless you are completely offgrid and off the Internet.

Everyone online has a digital footprint, but what you want to try and do is avoid the massive data collection ways Big Tech uses to get your data, that most people so willingly give up, because then that reduces your chances of even appearing on any of these lists.

And this article is not meant to be exhaustive, but to simply issue the warning and challenge you to start thinking more seriously about your personal data.

I have not even addressed the issue of medical records, because if you still use the “healthcare” medical system, then your medical data is for sale too. Just visiting a doctor or going to an ER will usually put you into the system.

I already had not carried health insurance for over 30 years before COVID hit, and did not use the medical system, but since COVID started, I would not even visit an emergency room now. I would rather die at home, because I don’t fear death and I look forward to leaving this body and this life anyway. If any of you remember that there was more than a week back in August this year where I did not publish any articles, I was going through a major health crisis where I was advised by well-meaning friends and family members to “go to the hospital,” but I refused, and trusted in God instead, and made it through that crisis.

If enough people start taking this issue seriously about protecting their personal data and staying out of the system, it will create new market opportunities for those concerned about privacy, including potentially trauma care to avoid hospitals that are now almost exclusively run by the pro-COVID-19 vaccine cult.

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Published on November 7, 2022

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