I don't own a television and I don't actually spend much time surfing social media, but all of a sudden the game Pokemon GO is EVERYWHERE that it is unavoidable. It has become so famous and popular that the logical question a person has to ask is how and why?
The way the game works is that it is designed to be interactive with the environment in such a way that you are both experiencing the "real world" and the video game world at the same time.
In this video, on the Joe Rogan podcast, Brian Redban who is the Producer and cohost of the show, describes how crazy Pokemon GO is and that it takes surveillance to a whole new level of disturbing overreach;
"It opens your camera at parts of the game and its scanning your room, your house and its sending it to Google... In like one year, Googles gonna be able to see every single inch, every single place inside and outside because of this game."
More than surveillance, which is already here, this new craze of "augmented reality" is yet another distraction — probably the greatest distraction — from the problems of corruption that are rampant in the real world, which includes the very real reality of world war 3.
Interestingly, one reddit user found the CIA is connected to this project:
It was created by Niantic, Inc., which was founded by the Keyhole, Inc. founder John Locke. Keyhole Inc. was funded by Sony & Nvidia, along with a nice chunk of money coming from the CIA’s venture capital firm In-Q-Tel, with In-Q-Tel receiving the majority of funding from the National Geospatial Agency.This raises countless red flags, and although it is being welcomed with open arms by smiling adoring fans, it is being imposed on the rest of society who wants nothing to do with it because we are more concerned with fixing the problems of this reality rather than creating a new one to escape it and the way things are looking, this is just the beginning...
The NGA was formerly known as NIMA, the National Imaging and Mapping Agency, until 2003. The NGA’s primary focus is mapping Geospatial Intelligence, or GEOINT. Geospatial Intelligence is intelligence about human activity on earth derived from the exploitation and analysis of imagery and geospatial information that describes, assesses, and visually depicts physical features and geographical referenced activities on the Earth.
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