Global Tech Control

Global Tech Control

Who are the Hydra & Kraken that devoured our freedoms globally?
Is Japan, the USA, or China controlling the Tech World?

We may have had a more equitable and decentralized international system today, if not for US-GOV intervention on behalf of Microsoft. Big Tech thereafter underwent a series of sinister functions at the expense of fundamental freedoms.

Only 40 years after WWII, a resurgent Japan changed the word "country"to "market" by colonizing one civilian state after another through sheer diligence and ingenuity. In terms of quantity and quality, Japanese manufacturers were bankrupting a variety of industrial strongholds, ranging from Swiss watchmakers to US auto giants. Whether it was household appliances, stationary, or nylon saris, quality with affordability could only be ‘Made in Japan’. Particularly, the USA was in very deep trouble.

Land of the sunset industries

The United States was unable to stem the tsunami of Japanese exports. Trade deficits scaled new heights with each passing quarter and, for a time, Japan seemed poised to overtake the US as the preeminent economic superpower. It hardly mattered that the yen was not challenging the dollar as the global reserve currency. Thus, in 1981, a protectionist quota was imposed on Japanese cars, followed by a steep 45% tariff on Japanese motorcycles.

The only big markets Japan could not penetrate were the media (trashy Hollywood flicks) and the military-industrial complex, because of WWII atrocities, until SONY acquired CBS Records and Columbia Pictures in 1989. Bitter trade negotiations yielded few concessions. Status quo seemed to prevail until a new Japanese innovation threatened to derail US hegemony forever.

The rise of TRON

Tokyo had unknowingly crossed Washington’s red line when it unveiled The Real-time Operating System Nucleus (TRON) in 1984. It was hailed as the world’s first operating system that was based on “an ideal computer architecture and network, to provide for all of society's needs.” It was going to render much disparate software (mainly American) redundant through a unified, open architecture that promised a “total computer environment.”

This was the kind of global Hydra monster which W-DC elites regarded as their sole right and manifest destiny. The Japanese operating system would interlink a constellation of networked devices worldwide and democratize a new electronic medium for communications. The future of global domination – like the hellish mess we are in today – hinged on scuttling this project.

A technological solution was inevitably found in the search of an incriminating offense. It was discovered that a subsidiary of Toshiba had joined a Norwegian consortium in selling submarine-related technology to the Soviet Union.

The stage was set for the usual Theatrics. On one side were the latest US-curated dispatches on an equally righteous Afghan mujahideen militancy war against the “godless Soviets”. On the other side the US-deep state’s Japan-bashing was widely dismissed as an undisguised form of racism.

But there was a deeper, more ominous game plan, that was never countenanced by an unsuspecting public. Similar hissy fits were not thrown at the guilty Norwegian, French, British, Italian, West German and even US firms that had transferred technology to the “Evil Empire”.

One OS to rule them all

Operating Systems were indeed the next great frontier in the race for full-spectrum dominance. By 1985, Japan had a 10-year advantage over the US in software development. TRON would have merged Japanese software with Japanese hardware on computers worldwide.

While the internet had its genesis in the ARPANET in 1969, Japan had begun operationalizing the Widely Integrated Distributed Environment (WIDE) system from 1988 onwards. WIDE interlinked a consortium of companies, universities, and public institutions for wide-area communications via the TCP/IP protocol in use today. At this juncture, the World Wide Web (WWW) was still a concept.

Techno-communism on Steroids

TRON was a game-changer and that game had to be rigged. The US wanted future access to every networked device on Earth as a prelude to something more sinister. In 1989, after heavy lobbying from an upstart entity called Microsoft, TRON was subjected to super sanctions, effectively excluding it from the US market, thus forcing Japan to squash the TRON project globally in the late 80’s, or suffer major worldwide consequences they could not afford.

Nearly a decade later, in keeping with the software development time lag between Japan and the United States, Windows 95 was born. The world was changed forever and certainly NOT for the better!

Alongside Microsoft, US start-ups like Yahoo, Amazon, Google and Facebook etc. rapidly coalesced into a monolithic global Sea-monster, Kraken, that subsumed Big Media, Big Pharma, Big Government and big everything else.

Amazon, Facebook, Google and Microsoft wage
a domestic War on Terror, and collect $ Trillions

A new report has laid bare the relationship between Silicon Valley and W-DC, and the trillions of dollars they have made since 9/11. No wonder, the Twin Towers destruction was a locally orchestrated controlled demolition!

The socalled "War on Terror" was a formidable feeding frenzy for defense contractors, with the sector profiting to the collective tune of $ Trillions. On top of that, household names in tech like Google, Amazon, and Microsoft have respectively reaped $ Billions from selling tech to the war machine.

In all, 86% of government contracts awarded to Amazon and 77% to Google to date are said to have been related to the War on Terror. That income played a pivotal role in transforming these small basement start-ups into global behemoths. What’s more, the crosshairs of this effort have now been turned inward, with everything from databases to drones repurposed for domestic use.

Of the 5 federal agencies that spent most on the services of major tech companies over the past two decades, 4 were re-modeled as a result of the “War on Terror“: the Departments of Defense, Homeland Security, Justice and State. Since 2004, at least $50 billion has flowed from this quartet to Big Tech.

Instead of funding food and other people-oriented programs, it funded endeavors such as Google’s Maven program, which used artificial intelligence to make drone strikes deadlier. Microsoft landed a $21 Billion contract to arm US soldiers with futuristic augmented-reality headsets.

The rapid rise in W-DC’s tech spending is concurrent with a steady decline in contracts for the traditional players such as Northrop Grumman and Raytheon. Hundreds of individuals have rotated between high-level jobs at tech giants and the departments splurging on their services.

One of them currently leads Jigsaw, a unit within Google “that explores threats to open societies.” One of their first projects was the development of controversial counter-terrorism tools for social media platforms. Google turned over most of the information gathered to US authorities in 2020. Facebook’s Threat Intelligence division is a veritable den of spies, counting numerous former CIA and NSA operatives among its staff.

Facebook pays contractors to read your ‘encrypted’ WhatsApp messages, and sharing that information with US prosecutors.

Amazon reported an 800% spike in state requests for information recorded by its Echo, Fire and Ring devices. It bought MGM Studios, and also hired dozens of NSA, CIA and FBI veterans recently.

The CIA invested hundreds of millions in a cloud computing system constructed by the division, to enhance information-sharing capabilities. In August, the NSA awarded a contract worth $10 Billion to Amazon Web Services, under which all its intelligence and foreign surveillance data will be collated in a single, easily searchable repository. The move is being challenged by Microsoft, which was also a bidder.

One of the creators of the Department of Homeland Security, is now Microsoft’s Executive Director for Homeland Security, where he is responsible for “developing and implementing a strategic business plan in the area of homeland security, counterterrorism, and information sharing.”

Edward Snowden revealed that Microsoft’s “information sharing” policies extended to collaborating with intelligence services to allow user communications to be intercepted, with Microsoft actively helping the NSA to circumvent its own encryption.

Through Microsoft’s purchase of Skype, the NSA collected 3 times more video calls than it did previously.

The Internet itself grew out of ARPANET, a computer network bankrolled by the Pentagon’s Advanced Research Projects Agency. The web “was developed as a weapon and remains a weapon,” with W-DC’s national security interests and objectives dominating almost every part of this network.

Similarly, Google’s own origins trace back to a US intelligence program in the 1990s, under which academics were financed to create a system whereby vast quantities of data on private citizens could be monitored, collected, and stored, and individual users identified and tracked. Throughout the search engine’s development, company cofounder Sergey Brin met regularly with R&D representatives of defense contractors and the CIA.

The CIA is the main trendsetter in Silicon Valley. When its venture capital arm In-Q-Tel invests $1 in an emerging tech company, the private sector injects $18. With any tech start-up guru that takes the world by storm, their product will almost inevitably have military and/or intelligence applications encoded within its very core.

No wonder the CIA held the daughter of China's "Tech-Emperor" and Huawei’s 1987 Founder hostage for over 1001 days in Canada, to try to severely scare them in their global ambitions!

Is India the next target?

New Delhi has signed preliminary agreements with US tech giants to share farm statistics as part of an ambitious government-led productivity drive aimed at transforming the nation’s “outdated” agricultural industry.

Amazon, Microsoft and Cisco Systems will be able to harness farm data that India’s administration has been gathering since N. Modi’s coming to power in 2014, worth $ 24 Billion.

The government wants to ensure food security for their people, and is betting that the private sector could help farmers boost yields with apps and tools. Jio Platforms and tobacco giant ITC are among local powerhouses that have signed up for the program.

India’s $488 billion farm sector employs almost half of the nation’s 1.3 billion people and accounts for about 18% of the economy. With this project the government aims to boost rural incomes, cut imports, and reduce high amounts of food waste with better technology, AI, and infrastructure. After that, India could compete with exporters such as Brazil, Russia, the US and the EU.

Under this agreement, the big tech companies can help the Indian government offer tech solutions for farm-to-fork services, which farmers will be able to access at their doorstep.

Microsoft has selected 100 villages to deploy AI and machine learning and build a platform. Amazon, which has already started offering real-time advice and information to farmers through a mobile app, is offering cloud services to solution providers.

Besides the tech giants, many local smaller companies and start-ups are likely to join the program. However, critics say that the government is giving the private sector such a large sway, that it will badly hurt small and vulnerable farmers.

The Final Frontier?

Henry Kissinger once remarked, “to be an enemy of America can be dangerous, but to be a friend is fatal.”

The little guy now has as much “choice” and “freedom” as the Covid-19 vaccines he is mandated to take. Special vaccine passports are now needed to cross state lines or to enter malls, churches, schools, and government agencies. Or to keep one’s job!

The current world resembles a digitally systemized Gulag controlled by Hydra’s and Krakens, thanks to US Big Tech.

Church and State working together as Partners

Is Russia going to do it somewhat different and aiming to benefit both the smaller and larger entrepreneurs equally?

Human-centric AI-technology development in focus at State controlled Sber Bank.

Any startup or small business can afford to rent space
in the Christo-fari-Neo, the most powerful supercomputer in Russia.



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