Big Tech has been in bed with the power structure for years. It should come as no surprise that the major tech companies would act in the globalists favor.
Preceding the crackdown on alternative media like Alex Jones infowars, Bilderberg discussed big tech’s narrative of a “post truth” world during this year’s annual meeting in Turin, Italy.
In 2013, the secretive Bilderberg group met in Watford, U.K. at the Grove Hotel. Google, the big tech kingpin, was present.
Infowars covered the meeting, and as usual had sources inside.
As Paul Joseph Watson reported,
“Put simply, Bilderberg is merging with Google under the stewardship of Google CEO Eric Schmidt, a regular Bilderberg attendee. Google’s annual Zeitgeist conference, which has been based at the Grove since 2007, immediately precedes the Bilderberg Group conference by a matter of days.
Backed up by prior research, we were able to confirm in conversations with hotel managers and others that the Grove is now a central base for Google’s agenda to control the global political and technological landscape.”
Thanks to the efforts of alternative media, the secretive Bilderberg conference was exposed. However, other elite gatherings have continued in broad daylight, but with little public attention.
Tech elites meet, among other places like the burning man festival, at the Edge Billionaire Dinner and Google Zeitgeist conferences. As with Bilderberg; Bankers, politicians, leading tech pioneers, and other influential elites attend these meetings.
Google’s semi-public, invitation only meetings function mostly to reinforce a globalist agenda among “lower level” elites; A higher level of “intellectual” propaganda to keep the intelligentsia on the same page. In addition, they recruit up and coming entrepreneurs and tech pioneers into the “big tech” world.
These conferences and their attendees have a vested interest in promoting and preserving globalism. Transhumanism, artificial intelligence, biotech and genetic engineering dominate their discussions of the future. An overall vision of absorbing the planet with technocratic AI driven “solutions” is a common factor among these elites.
Google Zeitgeist, as its name suggests, was founded by Google. A talk given by former Google executive Eric Schmidt provides a glimpse into the kind of technocratic, globalist propaganda that attendees are exposed to.
“For me personally, my entire narrative comes from an investment in science, optimism, and globalization…” Schmidt stated. After defending the “liberal world order” he then talks about artificial intelligence and the “solutions” that it provides.
The Edge Billionaire Dinner
In 2000, The Wall Street Journal ran the headline “At the Growing Billionaires’ Dinner, Tech Stars Move to Grown-Ups’ Table“.
Organized by John Brockman – a little known but highly influential agent based in New York – The Edge Billionaire Dinner has hosted all of the biggest names in the tech industry; Jeff Bezos, Bill Gates, Evan Williams, Bill Joy, Larry Page and others.
Brockman’s 1969 book Afterwords foreshadows the transhumanist philosophy of later years which envisions man merging with machine. He writes,
“Man was nothing more than a model, a technique. It is necessary to construct a new model… The human delusion lies in the belief that the human being is the basis of reality and the final goal of the evolution.”
The Edge billionaire meetings have discussed the future of genetic engineering, biocomputation and re-designing humanity. Physicist Freeman Dyson described the individuals leading this group as having god-like power to create entirely new species on earth in a “New Age of Wonder”. He describes them as:
“…a new generation of artists, writing genomes as fluently as Blake and Byron wrote verses, might create an abundance of new flowers and fruit and trees and birds to enrich the ecology of our planet.”
Notorious author Michael Wolff wrote in 2000 for New York mag regarding the elite conference circles,
“Conferences are to the technology business what weddings are to the Godfather movies. This is the time for the extended family to come together, to pay its respects to the dons and capos, and a time for people who want to be associated with the family to come and be introduced.”