Pokemon GO: Illuminati Agenda Exposed
Pokemon Go has been a hugely worldwide successful video game available on many mobile platforms and has been critically acclaimed. However, a few aspects of the game which are hugely overlooked are the dangerous consequences from game play as well as the private data the game collects. Upon installation, I noticed that Pokemon Go allows access to Google Plus account information and your location address amongst other private information such as IP addresses.
While some might argue that these steps are necessary for the game to be played, it doesn’t negate the fact that it is another step in the Illuminati agenda to access and monitor people’s freedom of movement. The technological and trans-humanist advances made during this decade have been astounding to witness; however, there is no doubt that Pokemon Go will be used against the masses and in favour of the elite.
Pokemon Go Promotes Totalitarianism
Film director Oliver Stone who is the director of movies such as Snowden, Wall street and JKF has spoken about the Pokemon Go game being a step towards trans humanist values and a robot society.
During the Comic Con 2016, Oliver Stone had a lot to say about Pokemon Go and the damaging effects of the game in violating our privacy and surveillance. Stone basically asserts that Pokemon Go promotes totalitarianism.
Totalitarianism is defined as
A political system where the state recognizes no limits to its authority and strives to regulate every aspect of public and private life wherever feasible.
Oliver Stone said:
It’s a new level of invasion. Nobody has ever seen, in the history of the world, something like Google, ever. It’s the fastest-growing business ever, and they have invested huge amounts of money into what surveillance is, which is data-mining. They’re data-mining every person in this room for information as to what you’re buying, what it is you like, and above all, your behaviour. Pokemon Go kicks into that. It’s everywhere. It’s what some people call surveillance capitalism. It’s the newest stage. You’ll see a new form of, frankly, a robot society, where they will know how you want to behave and they will make the mock up that matches how you behave and feed you. It’s what they call totalitarianism. – The Telegraph, Pokemon Go Could Lead To Totalitarianism, Source.
As well as Oliver Stone, publications such as Buzz Feed have also noticed the overwhelming amount of private information the Pokemon Go app has access to which includes IP addresses and webpages you were browsing before you were using the game.
Check out an excerpt of their article below.
Niantic may collect — among other things — your email address, IP address, the web page you were using before logging into Pokémon Go, your username, and your location. And if you use your Google account for sign-in and use an iOS device, unless you specifically revoke it, Niantic has access to your entire Google account. That means Niantic could have read and write access to your email, Google Drive docs, and more. (It also means that if the Niantic servers are hacked, whoever hacked the servers would potentially have access to your entire Google account. And you can bet the game’s extreme popularity has made it a target for hackers. Given the number of children playing the game, that’s a scary thought.)
Pokémon Go’s incredibly granular, block-by-block map data, combined with its surging popularity, may soon make it one of, if not the most, detailed location-based social graphs ever compiled.
– Buzzfeed News, You Should Probably Check Your Pokémon Go Privacy Settings, Source.
Doomsday is Near has also spoken about what these various and different technological advances mean for our future. For example, not too long ago a robot called Atlas was created and promoted as a normal advancement in the field of technology. However, many news outlets covered up the disturbing agenda behind the creation of the Atlas robot. Click here to read the article, if you missed it.
The Dangerous Effects of Pokemon Go.
Incident reports have already surfaced and illustrate the dangerous possible consequences from playing Pokemon Go. News publications have reported that Pokemon Go has served as a distraction from everyday hazards and dangers of the real world.
For example, an 18 year old teenager named Jerson Lopez de Leon died from being ambushed and shot. He was playing Pokemon Go which led him to the location of his unfortunate demise.
The free augmented reality game lets players ‘capture’ Pokemon, or digital creatures, at real locations using their smartphones, but has fueled fears over distracted pedestrians, dangerous trespassing and criminals preying on unsuspecting gamers. The “Pokemon GO” craze reportedly claimed its first fatal victim when an 18-year-old playing the game was ambushed in Guatemala. The teenager died after being shot, according to news reports. There have also been multiple reports of “Pokemon GO” players falling victim to robberies and assaults.
A number of players have also wandered into hazardous locations. Four teenagers in the U.K. had to be rescued this week after they entered caves searching for Pokemon characters, the Guardian reports. The game was also involved in a security incident at an Indonesian military base when a player entered the facility while hunting Pokemon. – Fox News, How Pokemon Go Is Taking Tech Into Dangerous Uncharted Waters, Source
Technology is a major tool for the Illuminati to control and monitor the masses. The elite want people to be hooked onto their mobile phones playing pointless games like Pokemon Go to distract the masses from important issues. We spend more time on our devices than we do speaking with people which is a major avenue being infiltrated by the Illuminati to advance their agendas of mass surveillance, trans humanist values and eventually martial law.
These are all agendas which are vital in the transition of the New World Order. Pokemon Go is another step in advancing these agendas but Pokemon Go fans will still be blinded by Pikachu and other creatures they find via the game.
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