I just checked for a new update from David yesterday morning and… nothing. But now, it’s ready.
I have also been thinking lately about the Michael Hastings murder—and I know it was a murder—-and David has touched on this, as well.
It’s a very long post; I’ll get you started here. ~ BP
On July 14, 2013, we leaked exclusive insider info revealing that all cars made since 2008 can be remote-controlled. Nearly a year later, a group calling themselves “White Hats” has proven this can be done — in a twelve-minute video with Motherboard that just “went viral” on Digg.com.
It is very important that we inform ourselves and spread the truth as it becomes available. By participating in this mass disclosure ourselves, we are helping to ensure a positive outcome.
CARS CAN BE REMOTE-CONTROLLED FOR A “CLEAN” ASSASSINATION
Last July, in “Financial Tyranny Collapsing at Free-Fall Speed,” we took the momentum of the Snowden NSA disclosures to reveal a much-deeper secret.
We leaked this intel from personal discussions with insiders who have high-level security clearance — from levels well above the President of the United States.
As astonishing as it may seem, we revealed that all car manufacturers have been forced to install remote-control driving systems in their products since 2008.
Thanks to a still-classified government order, no automobile manufacturer is allowed to produce cars without having these automated systems in place.
THE GOOD, THE BAD AND THE UGLY
On the positive side, intelligence services can utilize these systems to prevent any would-be bank robber from successfully completing their crime.
On the negative side, the fiery death of Michael Hastings, a journalist exposing corruption at the highest levels, almost certainly revealed that this technology is also being used for assassinations.
What most people still do not realize is that there is an incredibly vast world of secrets that NSA surveillance and car hacking is being used to conceal.
At the time of this writing, “Financial Tyranny Collapsing” has had 4,576 Facebook Likes, 381 comments and 170,442 unique views — so this was not a “fringe” investigation.
Here is a quick bit of review of what we revealed almost a year ago now — and I do recommend reading the whole article for context.