William Binney, ex-Technical Director of the NSA, recently spoke with Alex Jones of Infowars.com, spelling out how the vast surveillance spy grid constructed by the NSA, in collusion with other Intelligence agencies, is a step toward establishing total control over all populations, and why it is important for citizens in every country to become aware of these aims and act to counter them, if only at the voting booth.
Among various interesting aspects of this scenario he discusses are the fact that multi-national corporations with their own motives of profit, expansion, and suppression of criticism are now running all Intelligence agencies, which obviously are no longer working for “the people” therefore, but rather for “the corporation”.
The push toward global government and global surveillance seems to be a push then by that same small coterie of vastly powerful corporations working behind the scenes to propel Intelligence agencies and governments into setting up massive fortifications—via international laws, regulations, trade deals, and surveillance agreements–against the will, wants, better interests, needs, or visions of people worldwide—most of whom simply wish to live in harmonious community with each other.
Why are Governments Worldwide Seeking to Suppress the Voices of People?
Because certain profit-centered mega-corporations worldwide are seeking to fully control the conversation. Mr. Binney speaks of first, second, and third party agreements made by the NSA with various countries, permitting the global flow of NSA surveillance—in actions of co-operation with governments which essentially help to extend the totalitarian watch of this mega-corporate group.
Moves to hustle in One Global Government by, for, and of crooked corporations manifest now in the public eye as soothing mentions of “world community” as Obama offered recently at his last UN address—excerpted in the Alex Jones video below—and as a need to create systemic means to exchange Intelligence globally, as Brennan and other Intelligence heads noted publicly at yet another symposium at George Washington University recently.
The endgame of the National Security Agency is to obtain total information awareness on a global scale, NSA whistleblower and former technical director William Binney said on the Alex Jones Show Thursday.
After being questioned on the larger plan of the national security state as a whole, Binney, who worked at the NSA for more than 36-years, revealed his belief that the agency’s goal of total population control would lead to the creation of a global surveillance apparatus.
“Certainly it is population control, but not just of any given country – but of the world,” the whistleblower said. “And so what they’re after, and I think Obama has stated this from various points, that he wanted a ‘world community,’ so I think that’s probably what they’re after.”
“And in order to do that they need to be able to control the people of the world. So in order to do that, you have to have knowledge of them to know who’s doing what so you can stop it, or manipulate it any way you want.”
From the GW Center for Cyber and Homeland Security: “Panel discussion entitled “The View from Foreign Intelligence Chiefs” at Third Ethos and Profession of Intelligence Conference, Sept. 20, 2016. Speakers were: Mohammad Masoom Stanekzai, Afghan National Directorate of Security; Nick Warner, Director-General, Australian Security Intelligence Service; and Alex Younger, Chief, British Secret Intelligence Service. Moderated by John Brennan, Director, Central Intelligence Agency”
World Community/One World/Unify/Global Government
Then there is the One World movement, and others similar to it, using the language of community and unity to draw us into unsuspectingly supporting Total Surveillance and Systemic Control across borders, because we’re being persuaded to think of Global Government as beneficent. It’s not hard to be lulled into a false sense of security by apparently palliative talk of Unification, Global Voices, One-World Government—which has begun to surround us today, in every field, whether it’s arts, science, literature, music, education. This, while—as a matter of US and NATO policy–intelligent observers can all see fairly clearly that certain countries are being selectively demonized and attacked, terrorists and terrorist-suspects, false-flags and pandemics continue to be created, keeping the military-industrial-surveillance complex and “War on Terror” interminably going.
While many of us welcome ideas of building world community and reaching across barriers of nationality and language to connect with, care for, and support people worldwide, this conversation with Mr. Binney reminds us rather thoroughly that the “World Community” and “One World” being envisioned today by Intelligence agencies, certain governments, and the shadow mega-corporations pulling the strings is anything but benign—and must be questioned and resisted, locally and individually–with the power of our vote, our voice–by each of us.