On a day when Darth Schwab and his band of compromised WEF stooges propose to automate internet censorship of what they deem to be “hate speech” and “disinformation” with artificial intelligence fed by “subject matter experts,” we hate to spoil all the fun but it turns out there’s no such thing as Human Rights. It’s true! They are imaginary; we made them up like the Boogeyman and Pinocchio. Here’s the thing: rights are not rights if someone can take them away from you. What they really are is privileges, and that’s all they ever have been. In the USA all they ever really had was a Bill of Temporary Privileges, and we all know that no matter what country you reside in, that list of privileges gets shorter and shorter every single year.
Not only does your Sith-penetrated government not care about you or your children or your pretend human rights; it cares not for your welfare or your safety either. It is only interested in its own power. Now, who is the ugliest Sith lord on the block right now pushing the WEF – UBI Agenda? Klaus is! And once your government provides your income, they will have total and complete control. Three billion people form the current global workforce, with one billion predicted to lose their jobs to AI over the next 8-10 years, you are the collateral damage of the Fourth Industrial Revolution. One might wonder about the real purpose of the huge numbers of reality shows, like Big Brother. For decades people have been programmed to think being watched by cameras, communal living-like co-working and co-spaces, and blind obedience to a voice that tells you what to do (like an algorithm in the big brother) is a “cool thing.” In this way, perhaps the masses have now been suitably desensitised?
The globalist parasites are experts in double-speak. And most people are too busy trying to survive in the system design for them to struggle, they simply do not notice. For instance, the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation has played a leading role in remaking the non-profit sector to be data-driven and evidence-based for the coming era of social-impact finance. It also almost single-handedly funded the development of OER. These are Open Education Resources tagged with meta-data that will be used to program humans as lifelong learners, chasing skills badges in haptic suits. We wrote about Knewton working on exactly this in a previous article Society 5.0 – Avatar Life In The Synthetic Slave System. The accompanying 2012 video is harrowing, to say the least.
“Big Brother isn’t watching. He’s singing and dancing. He’s pulling rabbits out of a hat. Big Brother’s busy holding your attention every moment you’re awake. He’s making sure you’re always distracted. He’s making sure you’re fully absorbed.”
Coming For Your Kids
In 2018, funds from the David and Lucille Packard Foundation were awarded to Franklin McKinley and Alum Rock schools in San Jose to participate in the Datazone pilot affiliated with the Silicon Valley Regional Data Trust. Datazone’s initial funding came from the National Science Foundation in 2013 and was expanded with support from Chan Zuckerberg. (Red Flag) The intent was to aggregate a broad range of data including early childhood education, foster care, and juvenile justice data in addition to academic data. It is notable that Priscilla Chan was the keynote speaker at the 2017 launch for SVRDT.
David Haussler, the bio-molecular engineer who assembled the first draft of the human genome in 2000, was a panelist that day. At first glance, you may wonder where genomics fits into the data interoperability agenda? That would be called synthetic-biology upgrades and value profiling of human resources. Let’s just not call it eugenics. Precision education and nutrition sounds much better for the sleepy masses. Make no mistake: they are after our children to convert the next generation into Metaverse life. The plan is to govern them as data commodities that will generate social impact profits and, strange as it may seem to say at this point, possibly as a source of alternative energy through entangled digital twins and quantum thermodynamics.
“Facebook asks me what’s on my mind. Twitter asks me what’s going on. LinkedIn wants me to reconnect with my colleagues. And YouTube tells me what to watch. Social Media is no reality show or Big Brother. It’s but a smothering mother!”
Kindy Kids - Data for the Meta Mines
It pains us to picture pre-k classrooms remade as bio-generators with Darth Schwab rubbing his dirty little hands together and drooling over so much unharnessed piezo-electric energy going to waste. Next day, the news headline would read “If only we had more “smart” playgrounds.” Coincidently, a lab for experimenting with a “concierge” model of integrated health and personalised learning, grounded in family re-education was Priscilla Chan’s Primary School franchise. Established in 2015 with a $5 million pass-through grant from the Silicon Valley Community Foundation. There are now two schools, one in East Palo Alto and one in East Bay. As you peruse these images, do your best to consider our children’s future in the Fourth Industrial Revolution bio-digital convergence without vomitting.
“For the powerful, crimes are those that others commit.”
The content of this presentation Human-Capital-Performance-Bonds is about creating digital twins of preschool children needed to underpin futures trading in human capital. It was presented by Steve Rothschild at Invest in Outcomes 2011. Looking over the fine print of the grant, coordinated by the University of California, we can see that IJIS (Integrated Justice Information Systems) was been tapped to provide input on the development of secure information sharing for the project. IJIS is based in Ashburn, on George Washington’s Science and Technology campus. Its mission statement is to unite “private and public sectors to improve critical information sharing for those who provide public safety and administer justice in our communities.” (Red Flag)
The social-impact finance model is built on the premise of pre-crime, where “crime” is re-framed as being an economic burden on society. How much did the system put into raising you? What is the return on that investment relative to your anticipated economic productivity? In 2020, IJIS prepared an extensive white paper outlining the use of technology in transitioning to an open-air prison model for low-level offenses. Such a structure will eventually be applied to children and “lifelong learners” for risk assessment and reputation scoring embedded in pay-for-success finance deals. Prison and rehabilitation are significant cost-offsets used in the equations meant to finance this disruptive debt product boondoggle.
“Everyone has the right to freedom of opinion and expression; this right includes freedom to hold opinions without interference and to seek, receive and impart information and ideas through any media and regardless of frontiers.”
Toxic Philanthropic Data Harvest
Silicon Valley Regional Data Trust’s (SVRDT) data interoperability provides the predictive analytics needed to scale impact investing in pre-k, juvenile justice, as well as foster care. Picture the “anytime-anywhere” “learning ecosystem” model as a QR-coded carceral state, intended to groom children through digital identity management for a post-human existence. E-carceration has been embedded into education infrastructure for at least the past decade: school security screenings with student ID scans led to QR codes linked to school bus ridership in the US, and now biometrics are being rolled out in multiple countries. The system takes advantage of parental concerns around safety to impose more and more surveillance on and off site. Sadly, the characterisation of schools as prisons is not so far off the mark for many of today’s children.
Over the past five years, we’ve seen a surge in media coverage and third sector advocacy around early childhood education, building brains neuroscience, and device-based parenting “solutions” labelled as “evidence-based.” (double-speak) Low-income children, particularly indigenous, immigrant, and refugee children, are being groomed as human capital assets against whose futures lucrative gambles will be made. In 2018, the CalWORKs Home Visiting Initiative was launched in California, targeting expectant parents or families with children under age two in the home. The program saw a significant expansion in 2020 with financial support from Governor Newsom, which aligns with his expansion of pre-k services to include funding in the 2021 budget for transitional kindergarten for all four-year-olds in the state. (And you we told all you had to worry about was keeping your kid’s hands clean). Trauma screenings have also been prioritised, because ACEs (Adverse Childhood Experiences) scores generate pay-for-success cost-offsets that can be leveraged to finance the digital interventions being sold to us as quick fixes for broken children to minimise their future burden on society. (Cha-Ching!)
All the usual parasites are among those lobbying for program expansion in a group called the Alliance for Early Success with a deep stable of “investors” in human capital including Ballmer Group, the Buffett Early Childhood Fund, the Gates Foundation, Heising Simons Foundation, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, Pritzker Family Foundation, Davide and Lucille Packard Foundation, and the W.K. Kellogg Foundation. William Keith Kellogg was the brother and business partner of John Harvey Kellogg, 7th Day Adventist entrepreneur in “wellness” and cereal. John was also a benefactor of the Eugenics Records Office at Cold Springs Harbour Laboratory on Long Island and a founder of the Race Betterment Foundation. (we shit you not!) Source: Kellogg Family and Eugenics Record Office.
“We just don’t need the vast majority of the population”
— Yuval Noah Harari
Command and Control
Management of children’s behaviours, soft skills and character training, is a keen interest of researchers because social impact investment equations have been designed to use that data by these two gems: Clive Belfield and James Heckman. Social-Emotional Learning data lakes will also help “humanise” the AI. A two-hour presentation about PBS Kids apps and social-emotional learning data harvest was hosted by Human Capital and Economic Opportunity at the University of Chicago in 2018. The target audience for interventions are low-income families. On the surface, it’s a fluffy-sounding story where the well-off set expectations for the uplift of the poor to increase their value to society, covering the following issues:
- How to get children who cannot yet read motivated to create accounts on the pre-k apps.
- Use of facial recognition and behavioural biometrics to determine who is using the app.
- Programmed digital nudges by NPCs in game that encourage pro-social behaviours like sharing.
- Incentivising children by using gamification, leaderboards, and digital sticker books.
- Interest in getting access to data about the parents and the child’s environment in the home.
- Interest in advancing techniques for parental behaviour change.
- Where to advertise to parents to get them to download the apps.
- Correlating in-game behaviours with OCEAN 5 personality traits.
- Importance of child engagement above all else, and the amount of competition among games.
- Using many different pots of data with “high-value tidbits” to find patterns and make predictions.
Shockingly, disturbing creep, James Heckman (also a professor of economics and Nobel prize winner) floats the idea openly during the presentation that parents should be incentivised to get their children to regularly log in to PBS kids’ educational apps by using gamification and pornography for the adults. (inappropriate much?)
What kind of social norms are being advanced in this oak-panelled room full of elite cult-owned researchers? Who are they to be making decisions about appropriate outcomes for vulnerable children in this automated dystopia? Acknowledging that management of children on digital leaderboards as human capital assets is a direct extension of the eugenics practices of the twentieth century will perhaps get service providers and families to adopt a frame that prioritises caution in the face policies that on the surface appear benevolent, but upon deeper investigation are found to serve interests other than that those of families.
“Disaster shocks us out of slumber, but only skillful efforts keeps us awake.”
The Name of the (New) Game
Your greatest gift is often delivered to you as your worse nightmare. It’s up to you to unlock your talents and gifts to alchemise what is presented. The great power for healing comes down to a choice between fear and love; by choosing love, you are fortified with the courage to meet your fears and to resolve them. Conscious Leaders everywhere are learning to recognise the dramas of life as opportunities to initiate change, to create a quality life by transcending past limitations and choosing to activate their best possibilities. You will achieve your greatest victories when you suspend judgment and abandon victimhood by seeking the greater meaning of life. Forgiveness is the ultimate act of letting go, freeing yourself from the endless cycle of guilt and blame. Open your heart. Change the word. This is the key.
This is both a challenging and stimulating time to be alive. Questioning everything – your life, your beliefs, and your worldview – is the most essential part of the process of discovering your inherent power to co-create the world you meet. It takes great courage to question your existence, and even greater strength is required to know and recognise the truth when you see it. Awareness is a state of mind, and it is also the “name of the game” in these changing times. Like a colossal storm, expanding awareness is sweeping the globe with astounding momentum, stimulating humanity on a cellular level to wake up and discover its power. You must be willing and able to call a spade a spade; to name and identify what you see and sense is happening at all levels with courage and clarity. Individually and collectively, our freedom hinges on your ability to speak the truth as you see it. As the Conscious Leader of your own life, you are on the forefront of personal growth, and as the times become more and more interesting, so, too, will your abilities.
“There was little room in this new world for devils.”
Love Over Fear - Truth Over Deceit
Kindness and caring are especially cherished values because they open your heart and pave the way for paths of peace. The choice is always yours. Your true triumph is courage over fear and truth over deceit. Opportunities always abound. Remember that your beliefs decree your availability, and your attitude reveals your beliefs. Offering gratitude demonstrates a strong sense of responsibility and a willingness to see unexpected change as an opportunity for spiritual growth. Proceed with confidence, common sense, and courage, with your own unique style and grace. Trust yourself to create harmonious resolutions and do your best to remain calm with all that unfolds, affirming that everything will work out just fine. After all, life is a grand lesson in living. You are here to enjoy the show.
Courage is needed if we are going to protect our children and the poor from the jaws of predatory tech giants and their unhinged, soulless drones. Here’s the thing: the greatest fear in the world is the opinion of others. The moment you decide to step up, unafraid of the crowd, you are no longer a sheep. You become a lion. Then a great roar rises from your heart – the roar of freedom. This is the essence of Conscious Leadership – being you and not someone else’s version of you. Human acquiescence gives its power away to authority. Authority takes that power – our power – and recycles it back against us in fascistic (and now autonomous) impositions. Most of humanity only sees the restrictions, and so we perceive that ‘authority has power’. We do not see that the power being used against us is the power we have given away. We, humanity, have the power to say “no” at any time. We are infinite consciousness. That is the true self. Together we rise!
“Yes, we seek to create community exemplars of consciousness-in-action and yes, we seek to provide tools and resources which support humanity in transcending its limitations, but even more than that, we seek to unite all those who are likewise seeking the same.”
— Sacha Stone