A number of major tech players are named as targets in a new lawsuit that contends they’re colluding with each other and communist China to unleash artificial intelligence (AI) hell across our planet.
Phase one of this lawsuit seeks to punish Google, Facebook, Alphabet, Tesla, Neuralink, DeepMind, Cision PR Newswire, along with Larry Page, Sergey Brin, Sundar Pichai, Mark Zuckerberg, Elon Musk, and 29 other “John Does” for conspiring to use AI as a weapon of mass destruction and mass genocide.
The lawsuit alleges that all of these entities and people are endangering and threatening all of humanity by:
“… misusing and weaponizing Artificial Intelligence, Quantum Computing, Robotics, 5G, Machines, Smart Phones, Smart Homes, Smart Cities, IoTs, Holograms, Mixed Reality, Nano-Technology, Cloning, Gene-Editing, Cybernetics, Bio-Engineering, and the creation of a digital AI Brain linked to Google’s Search engine with the use and extraction of humanity’s bio-metrics data, digital bio-metric codes including facial, voice, health, organ, neural network and body recognition technology.”
Phew, that’s certainly a mouthful. But suffice it to say that Big Tech and its ruling overlords are engaged in a global effort to annihilate humanity by extracting people’s souls, essentially, and superimposing them into advanced computer systems and technologies under the guise of “progress” and “smart” development.
The lawsuit goes on to contend that by doing all of the aforementioned things with the aforementioned technologies, the technocrats and the multinational corporate entities they control are:
“… controlling humanity’s thoughts, actions, biology, bio-metrics, brain neural pathways, the human body’s neural networks that reprogram all human beings through social engineering and bio-digital social programming, without their consent, knowledge, understanding, or free will.”
In essence, the suit claims that this extraction of humanity’s “digital footprints” by Big Tech represents a clear breach of the Nuremberg Code, which prohibits the development of any weapons, digital or otherwise, that have the potential to enslave or kill off humanity.
At the forefront of this AI enslavement agenda is communist China’s current use of it, thanks to the complicity of Silicon Valley tech giants – many of which are named in this lawsuit – that willingly handed over their egregious technologies to the authoritarian regime.
We know that communist China is already using AI technologies developed by the likes of Google and Facebook to commit mass genocide against political and religious prisoners, including Uygher Muslims that are being held in concentration camps across China.
Communist China is also persecuting and murdering Christians, thanks to folks like Zuckerberg and Pichai who continue to develop anti-human systems of spying and surveillance that allow authoritarian regimes to keep 24/7 tabs on their enslaved citizenries.
The lawsuit is lengthy and contains 26 sections that, if you’re interested, can be browsed in full at this link. What they clearly reveal is that technological “progress,” at least as we’re been force-fed into accepting it, actually means regress from human autonomy and freedom.
“All Charges from 1-26 have led to physical genocide in China spearheaded by the Chinese Communist Government, and all charges from 1-16 are in breach and violations of penal codes states in facts 1, 2 and 3,” writes Cyrus A. Parsa from The AI Organization about the suit.
“All Charges have and are leading to Cultural Genocide in America and around the World, endangering all of humanity to enter a stage of cultural and physical genocide with the interconnection of Artificial Intelligence, 5G, Robotics, Machines, Drones, Smart Cities, as it pertain to negligence and misuse by the main platforms and companies of Google, Facebook, Alphabet, DeepMind, Neuralink, John Does, and their leadership.”
“This does not exclude other players such as Amazon and Microsoft from guilt, and the very many Chinese companies who were trained by these Western companies,” he concludes.
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