You Are Being Programmed to Accept the Global ID Control Grid – The Corbett Report
The Constitution is written with an emphasis on all the rights belonging to the people and the states. The Federal Government has powers that are very limited and defined. This is totally consistent with the notion that the people are sovereign, not the government. You own your life, you own what you do, you own your property and you are responsible. The Constitution is without a doubt a ‘power to the people’ document and as such one of the greatest civil rights statements ever written.
However when you consider the current overreach by the government in the arena of surveillance the power shifts dramatically from the people to the state. This kind of power shift is in direct conflict with the intentions of the founders; not to mention the 4th amendment.
In this video James Corbett of the Corbett report goes into a bit of history when it comes to surveillance and more importantly covers some things that have gone under the radar recently. Specifically, he talks about the “Real ID” act and how it is being slowly, incrementally implemented.
Are you ready for your own IP/Mac address. If you get the chip you will have no choice and then you will be totally owned. This is why pushing back on the surveillance state right now is critical because the first stage of ownership is surveillance.
We’re already so surveilled that it’s beyond belief (for some), but we’ve been gradually over time come to accept it.
James Corbett in his report references a documentary produced and directed by Aaron Russo. You can watch this documentary here on Project Camelot channel using the following link. Watch Freedom To Fascism by the Late Aaron Russo
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