Saturday, April 23, 2011

The Hitler Program at Warped Speed.

 Edwin Black, New York Times best selling author of Nazi Nexus: America's Corporate Connections to Hitler's Holocaust, IBM and the Holocaust, War on the Weak (interesting to note that Book TV/C-Span video removed two of his best presentations: IBM Holocaust, and War on the Weak), amongst many other books, warns that if not for IBM's technologic assistance, Hitler would've never been able to pull off genocide.  The technology today makes the technology Hitler used appear stone-age.

Consider this.  All of the companies who assisted Hitler during WWII have been called to account, and have apologized, except the one company whose particiaption was absolutley crucial to the Holocaust: IBM.

So, what happens when one company refuses to be called to account for its heinous involvement in one of the most evil events in history? 

Watch and find out.









So, al the pieces are in place but one.


On November 7, 2002, IBM was awarded an RFID patent for tracking people.


On Wednesday October 13, 2004, the FDA approved the VeriChip subdermal RFID microtransponder for humans, despite studies, according to Dr. Katherine Albrecht, that proved RFID microchips induced tumors in laboratory rats, and dogs.

How do RFID chips work? As RFID tags communicate to RFID readers, the readers in turn, can communicate and transmit data over telephone, or by Internet by computers, and of course by satellite.

On December 15, 2004 ORBCOMM, a leading global satellite data communications service, announced a satellite application development agreement with VeriChip to be its provider of satellite and telecommunications services.







On October 17, 2007, IBM was awarded control of census data.

What's missing? The "smart infrastructure". But IBM Global's Glenn Boreham is already working on that in Australia. by encouraging their government to embed smart technology in their infrastructure.
IBM believes this is possible by making sure computer chips and wireless devices are embedded in the nation's infrastructure.

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