Mobile 1984 screening trucks

“The video below is a promotional presentation by the Department of Homeland Security for a project known as “Future Attribute Screening Technology”, or FAST. The project is not new — the video came out several years ago — and the technology is not new, either. The system incorporates several existing forms of non-invasive psychological evaluation methods, including thermal imaging, the monitoring of heart rate, etc. It doesn’t even include the measurement of galvanic skin response (as commonly used in lie detectors), but produces similar results through other means. Just as with the full-body scanner, a subject has only to stand in one place briefly to be examined by several forms of instrumentation, whose results are then analyzed and recorded in a networked computer system.

The purpose of this new form of electronic scrutiny is nothing less than to detect in advance the intention or propensity to do violence. It is truly Orwellian in its proposed scope.”

“What’s really creepy is that the same organization has a spinoff project known as “Battelle for Kids”, which “believes in and is committed to transformational change in education.” http://www.battelleforkids.org/

The last line in this article connects with what Rupert Murdoch was saying recently at the e20 (Education 20 nations) about revolutionizing education and replacing teachers with remote learning from “experts”.

Education: The Last Frontier
Rupert Murdoch
e-G8 Forum Paris

http://www.newscorp.com/news/news_483.html

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  1. Pingback: Mobile 1984 screening trucks | More 9/11 Truth from Wellington, NZ | Is Truth: Bitter, Sweet, Truth | Bitter Sweet Sentiments

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