DARPA to Control Soldiers Using Nanotechnology
Grant J. Kidney— The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) wants to get in to our bodies and control us with nanotechnology- and they have vowed to test such efforts on military men and women first.
Citing disease as the primary excuse to begin testing nanotech on U.S. soldiers, DARPA’s ‘In Vivo Nanoplatforms’ (IVN) program aims to supplant the already in-use medicinal treatments used to heal soldiers on the battlefield.
DARPA’s own website claims that the use of nanotech inside of soldiers’ bodies will help to speed up and reduce the cost of medical treatment thus alleviating a heavy burden on the armed forces. Peel back the layers however and one will soon discover that DARPA’s inroads with nanotechnology is for more sinister purposes.
Pushing the ‘transhumanist’, microchip agenda one step further
DARPA’s IVN program calls for ‘implantable nanoplatforms’. In other words, what is being indirectly pushed here is the agenda to microchip human beings- as well as to set the stage for a terrifying future where humankind has been fully integrated with technology.
The following clip dated from years ago is a supposed promotional video from DARPA underscoring their work with nanotechnology for the purposes of fighting disease.
In the past, the government has been caught testing deadly chemical and bio weapons on its own soldiers. Aside from the well documented cases involving ‘agent Orange’ among Vietnam veterans, ‘Depleted Uranium’ (DU) has also been used against the troops.
Perhaps there are many benefits to using nanotech to save lives and to cure diseases. The problem however lies in the fact that it is the U.S. military which seeks dominance over this particular field- and with the pages of history standing testament to the gross excesses of military power, it is a sure bet that nanotech will be used for ill rather than for good.