DHS Database To Hold Biometric Data On 229 Million… By 2022
by Mac Slavo
Posted September 8, 2021
Total surveillance is the dystopian harbinger of Technocracy, and make no doubt that our own government is leading us straight into it. Agencies like DHS should be dismantled and terminated.
No citizen can or will see the danger of total surveillance until they understand Technocracy, its goals and its progress. Humans are viewed as so many cattle in a feedlot to be managed by scientific algorithm. In the 1930s, Technocracy, Inc. called it the “Science of Social Engineering”, and it required the collection of all data on everything in order to manage. ⁃ TN Editor
The US Department of Homeland Security (DHS) expects to have face, fingerprint, and iris scans of at least 259 million people in its biometrics database by 2022. Is there any way to escape the mass surveillance and tracking that George Orwell warned us all about in his iconic book, 1984?
The Orwellian police state is upon us, but don’t expect it to improve at all. In fact, as George Orwell said: “If you want a vision of the future, imagine a boot stamping on a human face – forever.”
According to a recent presentation from the DHS’s Office of Procurement Operations which was reviewed by Quartz, the 259 million in the database is about 40 million more than the agency’s 2017 projections. In those estimates, the agency expected to have the data of 220 million unique identities by 2022, according to previous figures cited by the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF), a San Francisco-based privacy rights nonprofit. More…