The S.M.A.R.T Psy-Op Consumers Don’t Recognize
The S.M.A.R.T Psy-Op Consumers Don’t Recognize by Catherine Frompovich – Activist Post
“Smart” is really S.M.A.R.T., an engineering acronym for Specific – Measurable – Achievable – Relevant – Time-based. The reality that ultimately will evolve from this psy-op is a dystopian future destructive of dignity and freedom. Your liberty, your privacy, and the American way of life are on sale right now for electric dollars. The Internet of Things (IoT) and 5G are being represented and presented as the harbingers of a global utopia. They are, in fact, nothing short of a Faustian bargain of illusory promises many will live to regret when all their individual freedoms are forfeited for technology.
The “smart” meme and techno world stretches back to the 1930s when M. King Hubbert authored his “Technocracy Study Course,” which developed technocracy’s principles for the distribution of energy resources, as well as the monitoring and measurement of all of energy’s outputs.
Five of Hubbert’s seven requirements necessary for Technocracy’s implementation are listed below; think of them in terms of AMI smart meter technology being forced on the global population.
- Register on a continuous 24 hour-per-hour-day basis the total net conversion of energy.
- By means of the registration of energy converted and consumed, make possible a balanced load.
- Provide a continuous inventory of all production and consumption.
- Provide a specific registration of the type, kind, etc., of all goods and services, where produced and where used.
- Provide specific registration of the consumption of each individual, plus a record and description of the individual.
Number 5 is implemented by and with the algorithm Onzo® . Conversely and legally, smart meter data mining probably does not pass constitutional muster!
According to Chris Turner, Esq., Allison Grande published the article “Meter Data Needs Privacy Protection, 7th Circ. Told,” at Law360 March 2, 2017. Attorney Turner provides some quotes from that article:
A pair of privacy groups are urging the Seventh Circuit to find that the Fourth Amendment protects data generated by smart meters, arguing that the granular details produced by these increasingly prominent readers are “far more intimate” than cumulative information collected periodically from more traditional analog meters.
“Whereas analog meters provide a single monthly measurement of cumulative household energy use, smart meters — by measuring energy use at much shorter intervals; here, every 15 minutes — provide information regarding not only how much energy was used, but also the time at which it was used,” the groups wrote. “Smart meters thus not only generate far more data every month than analog meters — here 2,880 meter readings in a 30-day month compared to just one — but the data includes an entirely new variable, i.e., time.”
The time component is essential, the groups argued, because it allows a detailed picture to be painted of what’s going on inside a home, including how and when residents are using electricity and when they are home, sleeping, taking a shower or how they are cooking dinner.
“As a result of this time granularity, smart meter data — even in ‘aggregate’ form — constitutes intimate information regarding a person or family’s private, in-home activities,” the groups said.
Americans reasonably expect details of their private, in-home activities to remain private, and U.S. Supreme Court case law — including the 2001 ruling in Kyllo v. U.S., which held that raw thermal imaging data revealing “the relative heat of various rooms in the home” constituted “intimate details” regarding the interior of the home protected under the Fourth Amendment — supports the conclusion that smart meter data is entitled to heightened privacy protections, the groups argued…
Of course, the technology to do these things did not exist in the 1930s; today it does, and the keystone device to accomplish the above five requirements is called a smart meter. Americans of the 1930s actually debated—and rejected—these ideas as antithetical to Constitutional Republicanism.
But while America politically rejected Technocracy, Technocracy’s tenets found fertile fields in which to germinate—in National Socialist Germany. I won’t dwell on the crimes of Nazi Germany, many of which could never have been carried out, certainly to the degree they were, without Hitler’s army of technocrats.
What the PA PUC, the seven PA EDCs retrofitting smart meters and harassing those who refuse, and what the federal Department of Energy hope to institute is a modern-day Technocracy. In order to build a national Smart Grid, and ultimately a worldwide Smart Grid, the technocrats are determined to place a smart meter in every residence and business globally. No electric consumer is to be left behind. Or it might be better phrased, “No one can be permitted to escape Technocracy’s control.”
The Nazis of the 1930s well understood what American technocrats were trying to do. While they didn’t buy into the exact system American technocrats were developing, they did comprehend the obsession with absolute control of electric power. The Nazis called the American Technocrats’ system of energy credits, “electric dollars.
The above SMART technology memes eerily bring to mind something discussed about two thousand years ago; some say it is apocryphal, others claim it’s prophecy. However you want to define it, it certainly has signature fingerprints of the next technocracy meme to be forced upon us: Microchip implants [2-3].
Revelation 13. 16-18
And he causeth all, both small and great, rich and poor, free and bond, to receive a mark in their right hand, or in their foreheads: And that no man might buy or sell, save he that had the mark, or the name of the beast, or the number of his name…and his number is Six hundred three score and six.
How about making purchases with a wave of your hand! [4-5]
Currently in the mad world of corporate-influence and oft-run mandates ruling our lives [vaccines and smart meters], I can only imagine the problems that will occur with a totally-implemented technocracy. I’m constantly running into folks complaining about computers and how they’ve made life more frustrating and difficult, not easier and certainly unsafe regarding information. Really!
The United States has morphed from thirteen British colonies into a democratic republic, to a currently fascist-run Corporatocracy heading toward its final, in my opinion, new world order meme: technocracy.
Doesn’t all this really sound like a psy-op?