August 3, 2012
In Google’s Brave New World, all of your money will be in the “cloud” – a metaphor for data stored and retrieved over the internet – and you will pay for stuff with a swipe of a mobile device.
Google rolled out this “service” in 2011 and calls it “Google Wallet.” It stores credit and debit card information on Google’s servers. Google has partnered with the multinational banksters at Citigroup and the scheme currently works with MasterCard and Visa. It works with 300,000 plus merchants using Sprint’s Nexus S 4G phones. Google has announced it will partner with all vendors of non-Android phones, including Apple, RIM, and Microsoft.
Imagine all your credit card and debit data sitting on the CIA’s servers. Now imagine some time in the not too distant future when you become an enemy of the state – maybe it was that post critical of the Pentagon on Facebook or that scathing email you sent to your congress critter – and suddenly you can no longer access your money because you are locked out of the “cloud.”
If you think Google wouldn’t do this, think again. It is a key component of the global elite’s control grid, now rolling out at breakneck speed.
Back in 2006, we reported on Google’s relationship with the CIA. Robert Steele, a 20-year Marine Corps infantry and intelligence officer and a former clandestine services case officer with the CIA, told Alex Jones the CIA helped bankroll Google from the very start.
“I think Google took money from the CIA when it was poor and it was starting up and unfortunately our system right now floods money into spying and other illegal and largely unethical activities, and it doesn’t fund what I call the open source world,” said Steele, citing “trusted individuals” as his sources for the claim.
“They’ve been together for quite a while,” added Steele.
Google, moreover, is a key player in the military-industrial complex. “Google is linked to the U.S. spy and military systems through its Google Earth software venture. The technology behind this software was originally developed by Keyhole Inc., a company funded by In-Q-Tel, a venture capital firm which is in turn openly funded and operated on behalf of the CIA,” writes Eric Sommer.
“Moreover, Googles’ connection with the CIA and its venture capital firm extends to sharing at least one key member of personnel. In 2004, the Director of Technology Assessment at In-Q-Tel, Rob Painter, moved from his old job directly serving the CIA to become ‘Senior Federal Manager’ at Google,” Sommer continues.
Now that millions are addicted to mobile devices, the trick is to get them to agree to put their money in the cloud and use their phones to pay for everything.
Total control can’t be far behind.