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Conspiracy! Self Driving Cars And Culling The Human Population

Date: Tuesday, November 10, 2015 9:44 PM EDT

For now we need Russia's oil. Maybe in the future not so much. The globalists are banking on self driving cars as a means of reducing the importance of oil producing nations. There is no question about it. The only real threat to the western globalist cabal militarily is Russia, which relies mostly on oil exports. If Yinon-like regime change does not work in Russia, economic destruction and even a nuclear first strike against that nation are on the table. You can be certain of that!

But are those self driving cars going to give the globalists what they want? Fully automated cars, level 5 in the jargon of self driving researchers, will have to mimic the brain power and eyesight of humans. Those technologies are in their infancy. The goal for production of fully automated cars is 2025.

But they may never be good enough for night traffic, high speed situations, or in times of stressful driving. But you can see the globalists will fund these cars massively, even through the government as Tesla has been funded. Once you have the batteries that work, you just need the human intelligence and eyesight and those projects are being funded as well.

And these are being funded with the approval of Futurists who want to eliminate over 1/2 the human race, up to 95 percent, according to Mikhail Gorbachov and Ted Turner. Now that is a conspiracy that could do some damage, folks. How successful this conspiracy will be is unknown, and certainly sensible birth control voluntarily applied is rational. But these folks go way beyond voluntary means. If they don't succeed, it won't be because they didn't try.

The Onion jokes that British and American scientists want to assign the masses lottery numbers so that a losing number would mean immediate death. They say that would eliminate 1/3rd of the world's population. But while we can have a good laugh at the Onion's satire, and I love satire, real planning for reduction of the population is taking place and it is no joke.  

Truth is, self driving cars will make so many people on the planet irrelevant, that their continued technological progress is almost a wet dream for the futurists, eugenicists, neocons, and of course the globalists who fund them  all. Fascism is not only alive in the Ukraine, it has been kept alive worldwide by the elite, who think they alone have a right to both rule and enjoy the world.

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Dick Kaplan 5 years ago Member's comment

Fascinating, but if I understand correctly, your entire argument hinges on the assumption that self-driving cars will make many people irrelevant. But why?

It just means that people will be in the backseat or passenger seat instead of the driver's seat. The only people who may not be around are taxi drivers, and even some of them may prefer to stick around for the ride. And if not, they won't be the first profession to disappear and be replaced with something else.

Or am I missing the crux of your article?

Gary Anderson 5 years ago Author's comment

Hi Dick, I did not develop that thought. I only took the assumption from two points. First, oil producing nations would no longer produce oil. Those people would become unneeded. Then also, people point to the expense of owning a vehicle. Self driving vehicles would, I assume, be much more expensive than regular vehicles, hence the ride sharing would make less vehicles needed. There are other issues there, so I will look into it more. I hope others do as well.

Alexis Renault 5 years ago Member's comment

Interesting article but "conspiracy" is such a dirty word and I'm not convinced.

Gary Anderson 5 years ago Author's comment

We only see glimpses, Alexis. We can only form circumstantial evidence based on bits and pieces. You could be right, but when Musk says it will be illegal to drive your own car and the Google self driving fellow indicates interest in a conference cosponsored by the Club of Rome, you just have to wonder.