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A Wave of Abusive Federal Prosecutions Is Coming | Mises Wire

Posted by M. C. on February 1, 2021

To be depressingly honest, the only barrier to the Biden administration’s launching of an American version of the Stasi against dissenters on the right would be the individual consciences of those in charge of the spying and making arrests. Much of the Democratic Party and most of mainstream journalists seem to have no problem with criminalizing speech and launching a regime of mass arrest and imprisonment.

This situation is different because those who were the gatekeepers of liberty now have decided that liberty itself is a threat to our well-being. When the New York Times comes out against free speech and when journalists call for the power of the state to be used against other journalists they don’t like, we have turned the corner and are headed for the abyss.

William L. Anderson

The violent protest at the US Capitol on January 6 has long been over, but the upcoming Biden administration’s response to it is likely to do greater violence to the US Constitution and the rule of law than anything the worst of the protesters could have accomplished. Thanks to the response of the George W. Bush administration and Congress to the 9/11 attacks almost two decades ago, Joe Biden’s prosecutors will have plenty of legal ammunition to go after their political enemies. It won’t stop with prosecuting people who broke into the Capitol.

J.D. Tuccille writes:

After the 9/11 terrorist attacks, horrified Americans were ready to embrace virtually any proposal that promised to keep them safe. Government officials, for their part, were eager to curry favor with the fearful public and saw an opportunity to promote legislation and policies that had failed to win support in the past. The result was a surge of authoritarianism from which the U.S. has yet to recover. Now—with the public understandably concerned after the January 6 storming of the Capitol—we should brace ourselves for another wave of political responses that would, again, erode our liberty.

We are in very uncertain and certainly perilous waters. In the post-Trump era, Democrats want revenge and they want it now. I fear for my friends that worked in the Trump government, with Democrats calling for them to be blacklisted, harassed, and ultimately “canceled.” Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, who continues to shed any perception that she wants anything less than a soft totalitarian country, has publicly called for a “media literacy” initiative that reminds one of Orwell’s Ministry of Truth.

In an interview with MSNBC (surprised?), former CIA head John Brennan declared that the Biden administration agencies

“are moving in laser-like fashion to try to uncover as much as they can about” the pro-Trump “insurgency” that harbors “religious extremists, authoritarians, fascists, bigots, racists, nativists, even libertarians.”

Not surprisingly, there was zero pushback on his statement from the mainstream media, and one suspects that probably most mainstream journalists today would not mind seeing large numbers of people they dislike being hauled off to prison or just plain disappearing at the hands of the authorities.

For that matter, the Trump presidency was hardly the Libertarian Moment, and Trump gave one the sense that if he could control the flow of news, he would gladly do so. Whether or not one believes he was cheated out of office in the last election, for him to claim he “won in a landslide” and to call for official election results to be overturned can hardly leave one surprised that the DC “rally” turned into an out-and-out donnybrook.

Unfortunately, the violence that followed has given the Biden people the fig leaf they need to move against the Constitution and rule of law on many fronts—all the while claiming they are “restoring democracy.” The United States could well be at a tipping point at which whatever pretenses we had toward constitutional government are cast aside for a “pragmatic” state that addresses the so-called needs at hand and is not bound by legal niceties. For now, my guess is that Biden will unleash federal prosecutors who will face no constraints whatsoever, and that means a lot of innocent people are going to have their lives ruined.

Before going into more detail, I explain why the Bush administration nearly twenty years ago made Biden’s job much easier for him than it ever should be under the rule of law. In the early 2000s, I began to write about the abuses that accompanied the expansion of federal criminal law and published (often with Candice E. Jackson) in a number of outlets including Regulation,Reason, the Independent Review,and the Mises page. Because of what Jackson and I called the “highly derivative” nature of federal criminal law (the actual charges are compiled from actions that usually are only prosecuted under state law), it is easy for federal prosecutors to draw up a list of charges that are hard to fight, have draconian penalties, but often involve criminalizing actions that harmed no one, and certainly did not do harm that is up to standards of criminal conduct.

In the hysterical aftermath of the 9/11 attacks, Congress rushed through the PATRIOT Act (which Joe Biden claimed to have written almost single-handedly—probably an exaggeration), a law that even at the time legal experts doubted would be effective in preventing acts of political terrorism but that allowed federal prosecutors to throw other “crimes” under the umbrella of “terrorism,” thus permitting them to box in defendants and force them to plead out to lesser charges and receive substantial prison time.

At the time, civil liberties groups like the American Civil Liberties Union along with media entities such as the New York Times served at least a semieffective role in blunting the more outrageous attempts by prosecutors to expand their powers. (The NYT had not shown the same restraint during the 1980s when Rudy Giuliani abused his powers in the infamous Wall Street prosecutions, instead allowing Giuliani to break numerous federal statutes in the paper’s crusade to “fight capitalism.”)

This time, however, it is highly doubtful that either the ACLU or the media will do anything but be cheerleaders for the Biden DOJ, given that the government says it will specifically target what it sees as threats from the right, something the NYT recently praised. A couple of recent incidents regarding the media and the so-called conservative threat are instructive.

Shortly after the January 6 Capitol riots, a number of mainstream news outlets breathlessly reported that the leaders of the protests actually were planning on kidnapping and assassinating a number of political figures. Not one mainstream news outlet questioned the feds’ claims. Shortly thereafter, however, CNN (which gave the original charges massive coverage) reported that the Department of Justice was walking back its original statements.

Not to be outdone, the Associated Press on January 11 presented the specter of armed uprisings all over the country:

The FBI is warning of plans for armed protests at all 50 state capitals and in Washington, D.C., in the days leading up to President-elect Joe Biden’s inauguration, stoking fears of more bloodshed after last week’s deadly siege at the U.S. Capitol.

The dispatch continues:

An internal FBI bulletin warned, as of Sunday, that the nationwide protests may start later this week and extend through Biden’s Jan. 20 inauguration, according to two law enforcement officials who read details of the memo to The Associated Press. Investigators believe some of the people are members of extremist groups, the officials said.

As we know, there were no armed uprisings, no right-wing armed mobs storming capitols and no massive protests. Now, on Inauguration Day, there was mob political violence and lots of it, but the mobs were leftist and the cities were Portland and Seattle and the national media saw little reason to publicize the protests, as they did not fit The Narrative.

Even the January 6 riots, as bad as they were, did not fall into the category of a coup, no matter what journalists and other political pundits were claiming. David French went even so far as to claim it was a “Christian insurrection” because some of the protesters said they were Christians and someone played Christian music on a loudspeaker. While it was an ugly scene nonetheless, does anyone (at least besides David French) really believe that the vast government regime known as The United States of America was in danger of being overthrown by a mob led by someone in a buffalo costume?

Yet, the same journalistic and political elites who excoriated Donald Trump for sending some agents to protect the federal courthouses in Seattle and Portland from Antifa mobs apparently had no problem with Biden dispatching thousands of federal troops to turn Washington, DC, into an armed camp. It is the same kind of overreaction that leads the media and political elites to demand that the government engage in massive surveillance of half the country.

Not all who are considered to be on the left are good with Biden’s internal spying plan, including Tulsi Gabbard, the former member of Congress who angered fellow Democrats with her appeals to civil liberties during her appearance in the presidential primary last year. National Review reports:

“What characteristics are we looking for as we are building this profile of a potential extremist, what are we talking about? Religious extremists, are we talking about Christians, evangelical Christians, what is a religious extremist? Is it somebody who is pro-life? Where do you take this?” Gabbard said.

She said the proposed legislation could create “a very dangerous undermining of our civil liberties, our freedoms in our Constitution, and a targeting of almost half of the country.”

“You start looking at obviously, have to be a white person, obviously likely male, libertarians, anyone who loves freedom, liberty, maybe has an American flag outside their house, or people who, you know, attended a Trump rally,” Gabbard said.

Even more eye-opening is the missive that the hard-left publication Jacobin has launched against this round of surveillance. Now, the publication that is openly nostalgic about the former East Germany hardly is going to champion civil liberties or even basic freedoms, but the people there are politically astute enough to know that a government with vast surveillance powers isn’t going to stop at going after political conservatives:

However such legislation may be justified with liberal-sounding language, there’s absolutely no reason to believe authorities wouldn’t use new powers to target groups that have nothing to do with Donald Trump or Trumpism. Police almost certainly infiltrated Black Lives Matter protests last summer, and American law enforcement has a long and ignominious history of targeting progressive groups—not to mention socialists, trade unions, and civil rights activists. As this history suggests, the premise behind any new anti-terrorism law will also be wrong on its face: the American state hardly faces excessive restrictions on its capacity to surveil, discipline, and punish. (The FBI, to take an obvious example, already possesses considerable power to investigate groups suspected of extremist activity.)

The problem is that the traditional gatekeepers of civil liberties that we once had in the media and in political and academic circles has disappeared into the maw of political tribalism. Matt Taibbi, a former writer for Rolling Stone and now an independent journalist, sees mainstream journalism as little more than an echo chamber for progressive politicians in which journalists seem to pretend they are players in a version of The West Wing:

West Wing was General Hospital for rich white liberals, a seven-season love letter to the enlightened attitudes of the Bobo-in-Paradise demographic. If that’s the self-image of the national press, it’s no wonder they make people want to vomit. The coverage of Biden’s inauguration, another celebration of those attitudes, was an almost perfect mathematical inverse of late-stage Trump reporting, a monument to groveling sycophancy.

John Heileman at MSNBC compared Biden’s speech to Abe Lincoln’s second inaugural, and suggested that the sight of “the Clintons, the Bushes, and the Obamas” gathered for the event was like “the Marvel superheroes all back in one place” (this was not the first post-election Avengers comparison to be heard on cable). Rachel Maddow talked about going through “half a box of Kleenex” as she watched the proceedings. Chris Wallace on Fox said Biden’s lumbering speech was “the best inaugural address I ever heard,” John Kennedy’s “Ask Not” speech included. The joyful tone was set the night before by CNN’s David Challen, who said lights along the Washington Mall were like “extensions of Joe Biden’s arms embracing America.”

Journalists who are going to claim that a bunch of lights in paper bags symbolize a Joe Biden group hug are not going to be intellectually or professionally capable of taking a hard look at the government’s attempt to arrest and imprison political and religious conservatives and libertarians, since they already have convinced themselves that these people constitute a dire threat to what is left of the republic. They more likely will serve as the publicity arm for the DOJ—as long as prosecutors stick to going after men in buffalo suits waving Trump flags.

To be depressingly honest, the only barrier to the Biden administration’s launching of an American version of the Stasi against dissenters on the right would be the individual consciences of those in charge of the spying and making arrests. Much of the Democratic Party and most of mainstream journalists seem to have no problem with criminalizing speech and launching a regime of mass arrest and imprisonment.

As I see it, we no longer are looking at threats to our liberty in the abstract. For years, I have launched missive after missive at federal (and sometimes state) prosecutors and not feared for my own safety and liberty, save a few death threats I received when I aggressively wrote against Michael Nifong, the dishonest prosecutor in the infamous Duke Lacrosse Case, and I didn’t take those seriously.

This situation is different because those who were the gatekeepers of liberty now have decided that liberty itself is a threat to our well-being. When the New York Times comes out against free speech and when journalists call for the power of the state to be used against other journalists they don’t like, we have turned the corner and are headed for the abyss.

No, I don’t expect to be hauled off to a concentration camp because I have written articles critical of federal prosecutors, but this country now is building a critical mass of journalists, college professors and administrators, and political figures that well might see concentration camps and other “reeducation” devices as being legitimate political tools. We are not as far away from such a dystopian future as one might think.

Federal criminal law provides these antiliberty groups the kinds of devices that can be used to criminalize speech and turn garden-variety dissenters into criminals. We should not be surprised if ambitious US attorneys in the Biden administration, cheered on by the likes of the New York Times and MSNBC, decide it is time to do just that. Author:

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William L. Anderson is a professor of economics at Frostburg State University in Frostburg, Maryland.

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The Ron Paul Institute for Peace and Prosperity : Coronavirus is the New ‘Terrorism’

Posted by M. C. on August 10, 2020

Pelosi’s plan will lead to either a federal mask mandate or federal funding of state and local mask mandate enforcement. Those who resist wearing masks could likely be reported to the authorities by government-funded mask monitors. We can label this the “Stasi” approach to health policy, after the infamous East German secret police force.

Supporters of expediting production and use of a vaccine should remember the 1976 swine flu vaccine debacle. The swine flu vaccine was rushed into production in response to political pressure to “do something.” The result was a vaccine that was more of a danger than the flu.

Unfortunately, those who raise legitimate concerns regarding the safety of vaccines are smeared as “conspiracy theorists.” This is the equivalent of stating that anyone who dares criticize our interventionist foreign policy “hates freedom” and is probably a “terrorist sympathizer.”

Written by Ron Paul

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi has proposed the next multi-trillion dollar “coronavirus relief” spending bill that will support testing, tracing, treatment, isolation, and mask policies that have been part of a “national strategic plan” she has been advocating. The Trump administration is not opposing Pelosi’s plan on principle. Instead, it is haggling over the price.

But, even if the strategic plan could be implemented at little or no monetary cost, it would still impose an unacceptable cost in lost liberty.

Pelosi’s plan will lead to either a federal mask mandate or federal funding of state and local mask mandate enforcement. Those who resist wearing masks could likely be reported to the authorities by government-funded mask monitors. We can label this the “Stasi” approach to health policy, after the infamous East German secret police force.

Contact tracing could lead to forcing individuals to download a tracing app. The app would record where an individual goes and alert authorities that an individual has been near someone who has tested positive for coronavirus.

The strategic plan could eventually include Bill Gates’ and Anthony Fauci’s suggestion that individuals receive “digital certificates” indicating they are vaccinated for or immune to coronavirus. A certificate would be required before an individual can go to work, to school, or even to the grocery store. The need to demonstrate vaccination for or immunity to coronavirus in order to resume normal life would cause many people to “voluntarily” receive a potentially dangerous coronavirus vaccine.

The Trump administration has already spent billions of dollars to support efforts of companies to develop a coronavirus vaccine. Policymakers have stated that once a vaccine is developed it will be rushed into production and onto the market. Supporters of expediting production and use of a vaccine should remember the 1976 swine flu vaccine debacle. The swine flu vaccine was rushed into production in response to political pressure to “do something.” The result was a vaccine that was more of a danger than the flu.

Unfortunately, those who raise legitimate concerns regarding the safety of vaccines are smeared as “conspiracy theorists.” This is the equivalent of stating that anyone who dares criticize our interventionist foreign policy “hates freedom” and is probably a “terrorist sympathizer.”

The coronavirus panic has given new life to the push for a unique patient identifier. The unique patient identifier was authorized in 1996, but appropriations bills since 1998 have contained a provision forbidding the federal government from developing and implementing the identifier. Unfortunately, two weeks ago, the House of Representatives voted to repeal the ban. The unique patient identifier would aid government efforts to track and vaccinate every American, as well as to infringe in other ways on liberty in the name of “health.”

Politicians and bureaucrats cannot eliminate a virus any more than they can eliminate terrorism. What they can do is use terrorism, a virus, and other real, exaggerated, or manufactured crises to expand their power at the expense of our liberty.

Politicians will never resist the temptation to use crises as excuses to gain more power. Therefore, it is up to those of us who know the truth to spread the message of liberty and grow the liberty movement, A strong liberty movement is the only thing that can force the politicians to stop stealing our liberty while promising phantom security from terrorists and viruses.

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Jon Rappoport’s Blog « Contact Tracing

Posted by M. C. on June 2, 2020
“Hi Hank. So glad your deli is
finally open. I’ll have the Fauci baloney on rye with apocalypse sauce
and extra Birx pickles on the side…you know, the sandwich with the tiny
microchip in it…”

by Jon Rappoport

So I chose a state at random and started to look at their rollout of
contact tracing. The first group I found—what were they? A non-profit,
a government agency, a bunch of nameless robots with cushy jobs pulling
down secure paychecks for the rest of their lives?

Finally, on their site, way down on a page, I saw references to a
CEO. They’re a company. A business. Their new money maker is hiring,
training, and launching contact tracers.

They’re collaborating with two other groups I’ve never heard of, and
all three groups are plugged into state public health officials.

It’s as if these people want to conceal themselves, or perhaps more
accurately, distance themselves from the population, in their “vital

“Thanks for getting in touch with your question, Mr. Citizen.
Actually, that contact tracing issue comes under the CVDR. You can
contact them at their office. They may in turn refer you to the BGTD or
the GKTH2V…”

Vagueness is the cardinal feature of the whole contact tracing
program. Intentionally so. Words like “could” and “may” show up at key
junctures. We could do this, we may do that.

For example, when some pleasant android of the State shows up at your
home and knocks on the door, because you shopped at a hole-in- the-wall
hardware store where an employee was later found to be “positive for,”
or “infected by,” or “sick from” (which one is it?) the virus, and this
contact tracer asks you about your health, and asks you to get tested,
what happens if you say NO?

Are you put into isolation in your home, alone? For 10 days?
Fourteen days? Do other people in the home have to leave? Do you have
to leave? Do they take you to some fleabag hotel prison and put you in a
room and deny you visitors? If so, for how long? Suppose, while in
the fleabag, you still refuse to get tested? Do they keep you there for
a year? The rest of your life? Suppose you start coughing in the
middle of the night because the room is full of mold? Do they break in
and hold you down and take a swab and test it and then ship you with
your brand new false-positive result to a hospital and put you on a
ventilator? Meanwhile, are your children sent to live with relatives,
or are they hustled into foster care? And if the vaccine has been
approved, do they shoot you with it whether you consent or refuse? If
they let you refuse, do they extend your stay at the fleabag hotel? For
how long?

State governors are running the following psyop: “Yes, we’re opening
up the economy, but this is CONTINGENT on doing more and more contact
tracing and testing.” On a national level, Pelosi tried to make that
point the other day, but her Thorazine kept kicking in and caused gaps
in her speech. Finally, she managed to remember—“It’s the three t’s;
tracing, testing, and treatment.” Really. She and Joe Biden should run
together on the Mental Lapse ticket in the fall.

Go ahead. Read the CDC guidelines on contact tracing. Read HR 6666
and the new Hero Bill. Try to figure out EXACTLY how the tracing
program works. Count how many holes there are in the Swiss Cheese.

The bottom line is: they’ll do what they can get away with. They’ll make up reasons for doing it.

They’ll tap into every latent little fascist in your community and
put them to work tracing and snitching and testing and shooting up as
many people as possible. Including you.

“Hi, Jolene. What are you doing here? I thought you were cleaning
teeth at Dr. Homunculus’ office? What? You’re a contact tracer now?
It’s not enough to pretend you’re a Hell’s Angel chick on weekends?
You’re now an agent of the State? What’s that patch on your sleeve?
Didn’t the Stasi wear that in East Germany?”

In India, the government has released a contact tracing app. It’s
voluntary and mandatory. In “containment areas,” you have to have it.
Apparently, it’s been accepted on a hundred million cell phones so far.
Well, it would be. Don’t leave home without it. Otherwise, you can’t
gain access to work, or stores. India is chasing China for
most-repressive-government awards.

Of course, it’s happening in America, too. “We’d love to get you on
board. Install our new app and let us spy on you 24/7. It’s fun.
We’re all in this spying together. It’s Heaven on Earth. By the way,
your employer won’t let you work at the office without the app.”

Here, from the CDC, are a few statements about contact tracing.

“Based on our current knowledge, a close contact is someone who was
within 6 feet of an infected person for at least 15 minutes starting
from 48 hours before illness onset until the time the patient is
isolated. They should stay home, maintain social distancing, and
self-monitor until 14 days from the last date of exposure.”

The precision is breathtaking, isn’t it? And they’re talking about
“close contacts.” Do the same rules apply to “ordinary contacts?”
They’re really going to try to estimate the “48 hours before” and the
“15 minutes?” Does the contact who maintains social distancing at home
stay at least six feet away from other family members at all times for
14 days? The answer: yes. Are you kidding?

“Contacts are encouraged to stay home and maintain social distance
from others (at least 6 feet) until 14 days after their last exposure,
in case they also become ill. They should monitor themselves by checking
their temperature twice daily and watching for cough or shortness of
breath [hopefully inducing fear and consequent illness]. To the extent
possible, public health staff should check in with contacts to make sure
they are self-monitoring and have not developed symptoms. Contacts who
develop symptoms should promptly isolate themselves and notify public
health staff. They should be promptly evaluated for infection and for
the need for medical care.”

So, again…just because you came in contact with someone who is
“infected,” you need to self-isolate at home, more than six feet apart
from family members, for 14 days? Yes.

“If possible, contacts should be asked to voluntarily stay home,
monitor themselves, and maintain social distancing from others.
However, health departments have the authority to issue legal orders of
quarantine, should the situation warrant that measure.”

Wait. What’s the difference between self-isolating at home and
quarantine? Well, quarantine must mean everyone except “the contact”
clears out of the house and stays elsewhere; or the contact is taken
from the house and put in a “facility.”

And under what circumstances would quarantine be ordered? Let’s see.
Refusal to get tested. Refusal to maintain the six-feet rule.
Refusal to stay home. Refusal to have a cell phone with the tracing app
installed. Refusal to take the vaccine. That would be my surmise.

Frankly, I prefer a Mussolini approach, if you’re going to install contact tracing:

“Listen up, everyone. The researchers never used proper procedures
to prove a new virus existed in the first place. That, and the fact
that the diagnostic tests churn out false positives like Niagara Falls
in the rainy season, make all case numbers and death numbers
meaningless. The whole COVID narrative is a fairy tale. No need for
masks, gloves, social distancing, or lockdowns. Get it? But we want to
know everything about you 24/7, so we’re doing contact tracing. This
is a police state. Cooperate, or pay the price.”

Contact tracing is just the forward edge of a MUCH larger program of surveillance.

In his devastating article, “The Brave New World of Bill Gates and Big Telecom,”
May 8, 2020, Robert F Kennedy, Jr. writes: “Suppose that computers
discover your [anti-lockdown] beach trip by tracking your movements
using a stream of information from your cell phone, your car, your GPS,
facial recognition technology integrated with real-time surveillance
from satellites, mounted cameras, and implanted chips. Desk-bound
prosecutors or robots will notify you of your violation by text while
simultaneously withdrawing your $1,000 penalty in cryptocurrency from
your payroll account. Welcome to Bill Gates’ America. It’s right around
the corner.”

“Recently, Bill Gates announced his financial support for a $1
billion plan to blanket Earth in video surveillance satellites. The
company, EarthNow, will launch 500 satellites to live-stream monitor
almost every ‘corner’ of the Earth, providing instantaneous video
feedback with only a one-second delay. According to Wikipedia, the
company expects its customers to include ‘governments and large
enterprises.’ 5G Antennas¬¬¬ deploying a vast array of ground-based 5G
spy antennas. Through his Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, Gates
purchased 5.3 million Crown Castle shares currently worth a billion
dollars. The Foundation’s second-largest tech holding after Microsoft,
Crown Castle owns 5G infrastructure in every major U.S. market. It
operates and leases more than 40,000 cell towers, 65,000 small cell
nodes which are the central infrastructure for 5G and 75,000 route miles
of fiber to every major U.S. market that, instead of going to your
home, providing you safe, fast, wired internet, has been confiscated to
connect 5G cell towers.”

“Corporations will use Gates’ 5G surveillance system to sell products
and escalate AI capacity. Governments will use it to transition the
globe to a totalitarian singularity more despotic than Orwell ever
imagined. Silicon Valley titans like Elon Musk, Peter Thiel, and
Google’s Chief Engineer Ray Kurzweil talk longingly of ‘transhumanism,’
the process by which humanity will transition to become part-human,
part-machine via genetic engineering and surgical implants.”

“Bill Gates is investing heavily to accelerate this altered reality.
His ambition to tag us all with injected subdermal vaccine data chips
seems to be merely a steppingstone toward an all-encompassing
surveillance state.”

“…Microsoft has patented a sinister technology that utilizes
implanted sensors to monitor body and brain activity. It will reward
compliant humans with crypto currency payments when they perform
assigned activities.”

“The patent, WO [2020] 060606 has gained notoriety and the nickname
‘World Order 2020 666.’ Microsoft describes this device as a ‘Crypto
Currency System’ and explains that it is ‘capable of’ using body
activity data to mine bitcoin in response to compliance with assigned
tasks. People who agree to install the Microsoft harmful wireless
sensors will receive periodic ‘duty’ smart phone instructions to watch a
certain advertisement, listen to a specific song, walk down a specific
grocery store aisle, or to take a certain vaccine. This chip will
collect data from embedded sensors that monitor brain waves, blood flow,
and other body reactions. The system will transfer cryptocurrency into
the subject’s account after completion of the assigned task…”

Contact tracing? It’s a euphemism for Updated Slavery.

In the same way, Google and Facebook were just euphemisms for National Security Agency (NSA) Worldwide.

Memo to police departments everywhere: You know how sensitive and
finicky you are about private citizens videotaping you while you’re on
the job? Well, imagine how a few billion people are beginning to feel
about being surveilled inside and out, all the time. Take a look into
the immediate future. Your work is going to get a lot harder.

I had a dream the other night. As a 100-year-old crone, after
several plastic surgeries, fugitive Tony Fauci was sitting on his
country porch, in an undisclosed location, musing about the long-gone
days when he was king of the hill.

A dusty car pulled up in his driveway. A little fascist contact tracer stepped out and approached him.

“Hello, sir,” the tracer said. “Just here to check your body temperature…what’s that noise?”

“Oh,” Fauci said, “some old-school equipment cranking up. Pals of
mine at…installed it. You know, video cameras, movement sensors, remote
fever guns. They’re checking your temp right now. Laser probes are
taking a readout of your brain waves, blood flow, adrenaline levels.
That sort of thing.”

Fauci glances at his cell phone. “I see you bought two porn site
memberships on the Dark Web last week. Your wife is filing for divorce.
Oh…better watch out. Her lawyer is a tiger. And that Walmart
robbery? The cops have you down as a person of interest. Now what was
it you wanted?”

The tracer tries to stand his ground. But as he looks around, he
spots a group of men standing at the edge of the woods looking at him.
“Who are they?” he says.

“Some locals,” Fauci says. “They set fires in certain key locations.”

“What? What the hell does that mean?”

Fauci shrugs. “You’d have to ask them. Back in the day, they were
dispossessed during the COVID lockdown. They didn’t like that. I hear

“What rumors?”

“They’ve found a way to reverse-vector 5G. They send it back where it came from.”

Agitated—“Where did it come from?”

“Who knows? But I hear wherever that is, it doesn’t exist anymore.
Don’t pay any attention to me. I’m just an old man. Out of the loop
for long time.”

The tracer turns around and stumbles back to his car.

When he’s gone, another man steps out of the house and sits down next
to Fauci. He has a long beard. He’s wearing a baseball cap pulled
down low, and shades.

It’s Bill Gates.

Fauci says, “I gave you a few days of sanctuary, Bill, because I
needed company. But I think it’s time you took off. It’s not safe for
you, and it wouldn’t be safe for me, if a few of the good old boys in
the neighborhood found out you’re here. Know what I mean?”

Bill nods. “I had it going for a while,” he says. “I really thought we could…but then…”

“Face it, Bill. You didn’t think it through. Not far enough. Your
projections were based on incomplete data. About people. About how
much surveillance they would stand for. About how many brain-damaged
kids from your vaccines they would allow before they revolted…”

“But why? Why would I make such obvious mistakes?”

“Maybe it’s a genetic flaw in you, Bill. You should think about getting that fixed.”

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