Detroit officials have been using the Macomb County Communications and Technology Center (COMTEC) to spy on everyone since 2013.
According to an article in the Macomb Daily News, law enforcement and DoT officials are using CCTV cameras to spy on everyone.
"COMTEC’s most-prominent feature is a 20-by-50 foot video wall complete with 54 70-inch individual monitors capable of displaying weather and GPS mapping; television and cable stations; live video from Road Department and Michigan Department of Transportation cameras at intersections throughout the county; siren alerts; computer displays and video conferencing."
Government officials are thrilled to spy on the public.
“It’s an incredible facility,” said Mark Hackel, Macomb County executive. “I call it Christmas come early; not just for us, but for the citizens of Macomb County.”
Spying on people in real-time is not an early Christmas present, it is a warning to everyone that things are getting worse.
The above examples of politicians and law enforcement working together to create local surveillance centers reveals a much broader plan.
Once programs like COMTEC, Project NOLA etc., are connected to one another they will create a DHS/CBP run national surveillance network that will rival China and the UK.
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