31 MAY 2021 / BY RAVIK BONNEFOUS
NEW INSIGHTS that have stunned even the most pessimistic of futurists, regarding "the fact that the system of control of EVERY POSSIBLE ASPECT of human life and subsequent repression of the same" is not just a possibility in some far-off future but rather OUR PRESENT-DAY REALITY !? Is this that 'MONSTER' that will far surpass any pandemic that the world has ever seen !?
When in the year 1949 an English author by the name of George Orwell published his futuristic novel called "Nineteen Eighty-Four", at first the readers were absolutely SHOCKED ! The story was set in then distant future, and portrayed a society where the government was willing to do anything in order to control the narrative and thus formed a surveillance state where everyone’s moves were constantly monitored whilst at the same time individuals were brutally sanctioned by the bureaucratic structures of the totalitarian state. Ever-present “telescreens” conveyed and surveilled both public and private spaces through government sanctioned microphones and cameras, and widespread denunciation and snitching amongst people was fully supported.
Upon its movie release in the year 1984, Orwell's ‘story’ (which was also based on the novel by the same title), gained even more popularity throughout the then ‘free world’, and whilst reviews varied, and some tended to stand out more than others, one seemed to stick out above them all. In this one particular review a completely UNUSUAL sentiment of the society as a whole was expressed, and when summarized to just one sentence it went something like this: "After this story, everything that I saw as a problem in my life, I can see now is not even remotely COMPARABLE to something of this magnitude ! Is it possible for something like this to ever happen in the future !?"
THE GREATEST ASTONISHMENT amongst people was not due to what was said about a totalitarian society, as the world has already experienced it ‘for real’, but due to the fact that society described in the novel was actually made up of Great Britain and the United States, countries that were the first in line to defend democracy, and to which there was the greatest TRUST afforded by the ‘free world’ ! For this reason a vast number of people tended to perceive Orwell's novel as a kind of "science fiction" one ..but !!! ..WHAT DO TODAY'S readers or viewers think of that !?
If one was to consider for example, how a small number of guards actually manages to control a large number of prisoners in PRISONS.. the first thing that would generally pop into our minds is that it is due to people being behind bars, barbed wire, and/or high fences, all whilst being monitored by dangerous guards. However.. this is usually a misconception, since the basis for our impression mostly comes from what we see in movies and/or mainstream media.. who, with such depictions, are on one hand trying to dissuade and deter individuals from engaging in criminal acts, something that is deemed as quite a positive act !
Reality of the matter is somewhat different. Generally, while only a small number of inmates ever plans on escaping from prison, greater number of inmates actually feels that they have nowhere to go (which is even the case when they are done serving their sentence) and that if they managed to escape they would sooner or later get caught, returned to prison, and their problem would get exacerbated whilst new and more drastic punishments would follow.
The basic and most significant control in prisons actually hinges on a POINT SYSTEM. Each prisoner is initially given a certain number of points and a strict code of conduct that envisages for, and outlines, their deduction in the most diverse of circumstances and concerning varied types of ‘wrongdoings’. Depending on the actual number of points that the inmates possess, they are generally classified into one of three categories in accordance with which they’re then denied their basic rights. The lowest ranked, for example, would lose their right to go to/for: walks, canteen, cafeteria, access media (or have media monitoring in place), receive visits (their visitation rights would be limited in some way), get packages, etc.. and they may even not be allowed any contact with other inmates (i.e. they could be placed in solitary confinement).
So now, consider this… When people in question are considered to be criminals of some sort, this form of sanctioning and control may seem to be an acceptable solution, but ! ..what would you say if such a system came to life beyond the prison walls, or in other words was at YOUR DOORSTEP !?
Do you think that this is “science fiction” such as that which was depicted in the well-known novel "1984", or could it possibly be happening TODAY !?
Do you think that this article was written by some "conspiracy theorist" for whom personal publicity is of importance, or just someone who still cares and to whom it is important that the general public be presented with the existing FACTS !?
Now imagine a society in which a state would issue POINTS to a person who is not considered to be a criminal so that eventually we would all fall under the so-called ‘POINTS SYSTEM’ through which we could all be controlled, sanctioned, and/or worse, for the most diverse forms of offenses which had in turn been determined upon by someone else who is ‘allegedly competent’ to do so !!!
Points could be deducted from us for any kind of ‘offense’, from that considered to be the most benign to that considered to be the most complex such as:
Now consider that the above-mentioned is something that is part of a "SOCIAL CARD system" which has been intensively worked on for at least the past 10 years, and which is to come to fruition right now. Initially it is to be implemented in such a manner so as to cover an area where more than 20% of the world's population lives and works, and you are to now DRAW YOUR OWN CONCLUSIONS and PARALLELS between that and the entire course of the COVID-19 PANDEMIC !!!
Until about two years ago, an extremely small number of people thought that George Orwell wrote a novel that fell under the genre of science fiction, however.. consider but a fraction of what happened in the year 2020, look at what is going on right NOW, and then at that which has a tendency of further INTENSIFYING in the future.
If in many large cities across the world there are almost no CAMERA free streets and/or spaces and every inch is covered by systems that are capable of identifying each one of us through facial recognition that can automatically match a face from a digital frame or a video against a database within three seconds and then track us - and new ones are being installed daily thus broadening the coverage to include even the smallest of towns - can you imagine what would happen if/when the aforementioned “social CARD system" is implemented ?!
This ‘move’ will not be sudden, but rather a GRADUAL one, as this will ensure the most efficient and effective outcome. Remember the “urban myth” or a fable about the “boiling frog”, which was based on real facts and not just some metaphorical representation, that depicts a situation whereby a frog placed in a pot of boiling water will instantly leap out of it, but a frog placed in a pot filled with pleasantly tepid water which is then gradually heated up, will remain in the water until it boils to death without even attempting to resist !
Instead of the story about the "boiling frog", there is something from ‘real life’ that is classified as the "psychological tactics for manipulating people 101". It has always been very difficult for an incomparably weaker human being to control a large and strong terrestrial animal such as an ELEPHANT, but that all changed the moment that a technique was discovered that over time proved to be ideally applicable to US. Namely, an elephant cub, that is several times weaker than the full grown animal, is kept in place only via a small thin length of rope that is tied to its front leg, no chains, no cages, and it should be obvious that the elephant could, at any time, break free of its bonds but for some reason, it does not. Its mind has become conditioned into believing that no matter how much it tries, it will never break free of that rope. It believes that the rope can hold it down and thus after a while, even though it has now gained in strength and size, the elephant stops attempting to get loose. The elephant gets used to given situation, accepts it as NORMAL and NO LONGER RESISTS IT ! So moral of the story revolves around what we think or believe to be true. Should we not tend to envision a different outcome or possibility to a ‘given situation’ ?!
If someone’s aim is for another to ‘do their bidding’ or ‘something that they might not be willing to do at all’, all that is required is to constantly repeat it to them in an allocated period of time. At some point they are going to ‘willingly’ accept that something and, what’s more, it will leave room so that even worse things could be imposed on them whilst they remain completely PASSIVE about it !
As we speak, several dozen companies in the United States are working on introducing various forms of “SOCIAL CARDS”, and similar projects also exist in a number of other countries across the world, which were otherwise at the forefront of LOCKDOWNS that were aimed at controlling/suppressing the spread of the coronavirus !?
Think about all this for just a few minutes before you go to sleep at night... and then consider "will you" and/ "how" will you PROTECT yourself !
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About The AuthorRAVIK BONNEFOUS
In the words of my associate: “Writer of the article holds a degree in economics but is to be considered a true scholar of the world. He spent his formative years in both urban and rural areas and upon completing his degree has worked and lived both at home and abroad. Knowledgeable, well read, broadminded, logical, idealistic, and at the same time, realistic, he is involved in broad spectrum of projects and subjects ranging from sociology, history, art, to modern technology. A highly versatile individual who is self-confident and yet willing to listen to, and consider, other people's opinions, a quality which is in today's society deemed to be quite a rare one. Psychology is one of his passions in life and provides him with a unique understanding of the human condition and the world that we live in”.