HighImpactFlix’s Brian Young suggests the huge elephant in the room, the problem no one dares to talk about is the central-banking cartel. It’s the Federal Reserve note, which wouldn’t have a single iota of value if it weren’t for the Military Industrial Complex.
Young makes a strong case that government is not in control–not the president, not the Supreme Court, not Congress. We are slaves of the central bankers and their easy money. Here’s more.
Brian Young says it’s hard to believe thousands of cargo ships are lying empty and idle at ports around the world. He emphasizes the surreal scene in in the Port of Singapore, where hundreds of boats are parked out on the harbor in what appears to be a ship graveyard.
“I have never seen this before,” Young says. “They are just sitting there empty, sitting there idle, not transporting anything and losing vast revenues.” Many questions abound. What in heaven is going on? Is this deliberate? Young digs into the weirdness in this edition of High Impact Flix.
Around 2003, DARPA’s Information Processing Techniques Office was pondering a zany project called LifeLog, a program that would enlist subscribers to squeal on their fellow Americans. Brian Young reports that according to its bid solicitation pamphlet, it was to be “an ontology-based sub-system that captures, stores and makes accessible the flow of one person’s experience in and interactions with the world in order to support a broad spectrum of associates/assistants and other system capabilities.”
The obvious objective was to trace every part of one’s life on the planet. After criticism from civil libertarians, the program was canceled on Feb. 4, 2004. Or was it? Says Young, “That was the exact date that Facebook went on line. I affectionately call it Fedbook. Did DARPA’s program get canceled by Congress or did it get renamed?” Here’s more with Young on HighImpactFlix.