Nullification – New Silicon Valley Precognition Software May Render 2nd Amendment Useless

As new precognition software is combined with just announced legislation, TNMM has prepared a hypothesis on how the Second Amendment could be virtually nullified, giving the government the power to take guns away without repealing it.

Of course, the Second Amendment will likely never be repealed, because a Civil War would break out. But it might be gutted using new techniques of the growing American Police State and the elite-managed democracy now plaguing the one-time bastion of freedom. Here’s how.

First off, in case you’ve been asleep, the U.S. government has, for all intents and purposes, gone rogue. It no longer answers to its constituents, but rather to wealthy cliques who buy the legislation they want to tighten their grip on the lives of the populace. Forget the illusion of democracy. Forget Congressman and Senators, those “humble public servants” who in reality only feather their nests with corporate money at the expense of the liberties of the taxpayer. The days of even the pretense of “freedom” are waning in America.

Case in point: The Department of Homeland Security has been partnering with Silicon Valley firms – specifically Palantir – to develop what they call “precognition” software. Or, software the government will use to predict the future. Of course, the Police State USA leviathan claims this latest technological demon is being unleashed because it needs to stop terrorism. The problem is, this software will literally make thought crimes a reality. (Incidentally, historian Webster Tarpley calls terrorism the myth of the 21st century, and makes a strong case for state-sponsored false flag terrorism in books and presentations.)

Reason TV just filed a frankly, frightening report on this matter this weekend. You can view the entirety of the report above. Here’s the gist of the report:

Silicon Valley firms are building surveillance and profiling tools to help government agents make sense of the massive amount of information available on social media and in publicly accessible data sets.

Yes, Big Brother is acutely interested in your online activities, including every move you make on Facebook and Twitter. Every “Like” or laugh or sad or angry emoticon you feed into the matrix is being used to design a computer model to predict your future activities. But, why? Continuing from Reason:

Are they using cutting-edge technologies to keep Americans safe, or laying the groundwork for a police state?

“Keeping Americans safe” is fallacious reasoning, since there is reason to believe the CIA and FBI are behind many, if not most, of the mass shootings in recent years. The sloppy Las Vegas false flag helped blow the lid off such possible Deep State operations. But, there’s profit to be had from creating constant security threats for the establishment to “solve”. The old rule is, you have to create “problems” to create profit.

So, to answer the question posed by Reason, it’s the groundwork for a police state.

The Palo-Alto based Palantir is one of the biggest so-called threat intelligence firms, and it’s primary backer is Peter Thiel, the PayPal founder, Facebook board member, and Trump supporter.

Thiel is clever. He claims to be an ardent libertarian. He might be, but his involvement in the design of software that could easily be used to strip civil liberties makes the skeptical man wonder if his “libertarian” politics are just a convenient cover story. Think wolf in sheep’s clothing.

TNMM has also been cautiously skeptical of the last minute, Hail Mary pass Donald Trump’s ascendancy into the presidency represents. It seems there’s good reason for our skepticism. Trump has supported the use of precognition software in “extreme vetting” schemes of potential immigrants to the U.S. On the surface, this sounds good to knee-jerk conservatives until one learns this software can easily be deployed on the populace.

Now, let’s add a little Hegelian Dialectic into this witch’s brew, a tactic regularly used to justify the stripping of civil liberties each time the U.S. power structure discusses terrorism:

[Thiel] believes Palantir’s technology will prove crucial in stopping future terrorist attacks. Some insiders credit Palantir for enabling the government to find Osama bin Laden’s hideout in 2011.

Incidentally, the “We got Osama!” narrative followed by his quick, mysterious burial at sea is likely yet another clever manipulation among countless others in a government of web of lies that runs from from top to bottom.

(Here’s some background so readers know that last paragraph isn’t a baseless claim. The Power of Nightmares, a three-hour long TNMM recommended documentary by the BBC’s Adam Curtis helps explain how the Neoconservative theory of creating phantom enemies to spur change the elite power structure wants gained a foothold in the American government in the 1960s and 1970s, was deployed against the USSR in the 1980s and then adapted to the “terrorism” narrative circa 2001. We’ve been living under it ever since.)

Regular readers of TNMM might remember Osama’s death was never truly confirmed. Some researchers claim Osama bin Laden, a former CIA-asset might have already been dead for years when the PR move was made by the Obama administration to announce his death. Additionally, Seal Team Six, credited with taking Osama out all mysteriously died in a Chinook helicopter crash a short time after.

All this mystery surrounding the death of Osama reeks of a sloppy Deep State cover-up operation. It is indeed interesting that shaky foundation is now brought up to justify freedom-destroying “precognition” software.

Of course, proponents of the software and the legislation never talk about the risks to the American public. Continuing from Reason:

Edward Hasbrouck of the nonprofit Identity Project says that the technology enables the government to violate civil liberties without necessary checks on its power. He compares it to the Berlin Wall. “By building checkpoints—by building the control mechanisms,” Hasbrouck says, “we’re already putting into place the infrastructure for those who will abuse them in the future.”

Here’s how precognition software will be deployed to destroy the Second Amendment. A report from Breitbart just released today confirms Police State USA is making moves to put this nefarious software into use by knocking people’s doors down before they’ve committed a crime, and seizing their weapons:

Senate Democrats pushed nine different gun controls during the past six weeks, and ABC News has now emerged with a tenth gun law which they suggest may be the ringer.

That law would legalize firearm confiscation orders like those in Washington state. Such orders allow a judge to issue an ex parte order for the confiscation of an American’s firearms.

Now comes the kicker:

This means the order can be issued without the firearm owner even being present for the process. His or her first knowledge of the order would come when police knocked on their door to sweep the house for firearms.

That last paragraph should make the hair stand up on the back of your neck. Senators are pushing this civil liberties-destroying legislation even though law experts say there’s no real basis behind it or need for it.

[UCLA Law] Professor [Adam] Winkler put it this way: “The truth is that it is very rare to know in advance when someone is going to be dangerous with a firearm. This is not going to make a huge dent in our gun violence statistics.”

It bears repeating: Legislation now being proposed in the U.S. government allows people to be arrested and their arms seized BEFORE THEY’VE EVEN COMMITTED A CRIME.

Synthesizing all this information, a number of glaring conclusions can be drawn. First off, precognition software is verifiably in development and likely already deployed in ways the public doesn’t yet know about. All our online activities are being tracked by Silicon Valley and the U.S. government to predict our future actions. And, the Senate wants to pass legislation allowing police to come busting citizens’ doors down, seizing guns before based on a computer model that says a person is about to commit a “crime” against a tyrannical state.

It doesn’t take a genius to realize that entire process is a conduit meant to totally gut the remnants of the Second Amendment. Soon, if not already, every word we say will be monitored, recorded, and analyzed in facilities like the Utah Data Center by Big Brother. Say something against your “benevolent” overlords in government in the privacy of your home, your Amazon Echo transmits it to them, and boom – next thing you know police are throwing you on the floor taking your weapons away.

Now we know why the power structure has been monitoring our online activities, pushing to monitor what we say in our homes with speech recognition software, tracking our every move from Facebook to Twitter and then some. They’re creating a model to predict human activity. Basically we’ve all become subjects in a giant lab rat experiment in which we are the lab rats.

And they’re pushing the buttons.

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6 comments

  • Between this kind of stuff and RFID chips we’re doomed. The scariest part is most of the sheep don’t even care. They gleefully hand over their privacy for convenience and “safety”.

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  • No mention of “Minority Report” in the whole post??? That movie presents the ultimate argument against such software – – free will.

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  • Guys,

    The Second Amendment is ALREADY GONE, thanks to the background check! The background check, which must be done prior to every firearms purchase, basically amounts to asking permission to buy a gun. You walk into a gun shop, fill out your ATF 4473, and the salesman calls an anonymous gov’t bureaucrat; said bureaucrat tells the salesman at the gun shop whether or not he can sell you the gun you want.

    Now, I don’t know what YOU call it, but I call it asking for permission. Why, if you have the RIGHT to buy a gun, do you have to submit to a background check to get some gov’t bureaucrat’s blessing? To put it another way, what is it that every state DMV says about driving? That it’s a PRIVILEGE, not a right, correct? And what is a license, but a fancy form of permission? That’s what Black’s Law Dictionary says; BLD says that a license is permission granted by a competent authority to do something. It’s axiomatic that, if you have to ask permission to do something, then you do NOT have the RIGHT to do that something! Ergo, since we’ve had the background check, we effectively LOST The Second Amendment.

    MarkyMark

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  • My opinion on the anti-gun Democrats like Schumer and the Clintons is that they have a stake in firearm companies. They buy up quantities of “high-capacity” magazines, ammunition, and self-loading modern sporting firearms when the prices are low. Then they gain control of the legislature and never let a crisis go to waste. They sell off their stocks of $700 AR15s for $1500, as was done after Sandy Hook.
    The other strategy, and the Republican stooges support this one, is to disqualify as many people as they can from owning firearms while claiming to support your right to an AR15.
    This is what the awakened Red Pill Man understands.

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  • “Say something against your “benevolent” overlords in government in the privacy of your home, your Amazon Echo transmits it to them, and boom – next thing you know police are throwing you on the floor taking your weapons away.”

    This is why I will never understand the people who crave “smart” homes, “smart” TV’s, or some of the crap in modern vehicles like OnStar or the like. I have absolutely no desire to have my private discussions or thoughts recorded.

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  • Hey, whatever they need to do to assuage my crippling fear of _________ (fill in blank). I hear them guys mean business!

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