(Editor’s Note: There is, once again, a massive amount of information in this post. Make sure to hit ‘Read the rest of the article’ to see Savant Noir’s breakdown of the United Nations’ Agenda 21 plan.)
IBM Smart Cities Web Page
Corpus Cristi has just joined cities across the world in using IBM technology to make the lives of their citizens better by improving communications, efficiency, and cost containment. In theory, the work that IBM, Siemens and Cisco are doing would be considered plain common sense by using technology to make required city services more efficient…until one gets to the word ‘sustainable’, and then we are back to that pesky, globalist movement, the United Nations’ Agenda 21 masquerading as a wise use of technology to maintain resources.
Data analytics provides the city with actionable intelligence
ARMONK, N.Y. – 13 Dec 2010: IBM (NYSE: IBM) today announced that it is working with the city of Corpus Christi, Texas to continuously improve efficiency and sustainability for the city’s more than 280,000 residents.
The city of Corpus Christi is applying IBM software to measure, monitor and improve the way it manages city water, roads, airport, parks, and utilities. With greater intelligence across its departments, the city can more quickly evaluate and respond to issues, anticipate and prevent problems, and improve the quality of life for its citizens.
“Corpus Christi is evolving into a more sustainable city — one that has intelligence, foresight and accountability built into the way we manage the services we provide our citizens,” said Steve Klepper, an administrative superintendent for Corpus Christi. “Working with IBM, we have the real-time status of city services, automated work orders and an overview of city’s infrastructure to better manage our resources, as well as better maintain the city’s mission-critical assets.”
IBM Smarter Cities
IBM has been helping cities across the U.S. and the globe become smarter by designing strategies for collecting, sharing, analyzing and acting on data. In addition to the projects in Corpus Christi, IBM is working with 300 cities including London, Stockholm, Sydney, Dublin and Amsterdam. For more information, on IBM Smarter Cities, please visit, http://www.ibm.com/smartercities.
Meet Edwin Black, an award winning investigative journalist with numerous published books about the ‘how’ of genocide by exposing the true instigators behind the deaths of millions. I stumbled upon him listening to a Catherine Austin Fitts interview that I will post about our ‘Tapeworm Economy’ as soon as it becomes available.
Edwin Black is the award-winning, New York Times bestselling and international investigative author of 71 award-winning editions in 14 languages in 61 countries, as well as scores of newspaper and magazine articles in the leading publications of the United States, Europe and Israel. With a million books in print, his work focuses on genocide and hate, corporate criminality and corruption, governmental misconduct, academic fraud, philanthropic abuse, oil addiction, alternative energy and historical investigation. Editors have submitted Black’s work ten times for Pulitzer Prize nomination, and in recent years he has been the recipient of a series of top editorial awards.
Mr. Black’s books include: IBM and the Holocaust, The Transfer Agreement, War Against the Weak, Banking on Baghdad, Internal Combustion, The Plan, Nazi Nexus, and a novel, Format C:.
The video below is his lecture based on his book ‘War Against the Weak: Eugenics and America’s Campaign to Create a Master Race’. It details more of the true nature of the eugenics movement in America in the early 1900’s and the people involved that we previously did not know about.
Edwin Black discussed his book War Against the Weak: Eugenics and America’s Campaign to Create a Master Race, published by Four Walls Eight Windows. The book discusses a large-scale eugenics movement that began in the U.S. in 1904 and that was championed by the nation’s medical, political, and religious elite. Eugenics sought to eliminate social “undesirables” and was eventually copied by the Third Reich. Mr. Black responded to questions from members of the audience.
Another amazing lecture based on his book, ‘Nazi Nexus’, can be found here. The video from 4.26.2009 is on C-Span2’s BookTv and is un-embeddable. I urge you to watch it also as it details the magnates and American corporations behind Hitler including Henry Ford, Ford Motor Company, IBM, Stanford University, etc.
“…I was asked to connect the dots, and when I did, I realized that the actual scope of the Holocaust, the enormity of the Holocaust, the dimension of the Holocaust was determined by American corporations, each in their own way.” – Edwin Black, Nazi Nexus
For those of you that want even more information, here is IBM and the Holocaust. I am currently reading this as there are parallels between the Third Reich’s use of IBM technology to catalog everything from identifying Jews to “the running of railroads and organization of concentration camp slave labor.”, all in the name of profit — to the databases that are now being set up for the Office of Financial Research and Obamacare.
I am currently trying to track down exactly who the government contractors are that are installing and maintaining these databases. I would consider it a great honor if a reader would expedite discovering that information for me. If someone does, please send it via the Contact page at the top of the blog.
Okay stupid moos, is there any question in your mind about why Chairman Zero turned down IBM CEO Samuel Palmisano’s offer to reduce the cost of healthcare by $900 BILLION DOLLARS? Mort Zuckerman won’t hazard a guess in this interview with Stuart Varney on ‘Your World’, but we all know why Obama turned it down.
The federal government can harness technology to reduce fraud and waste and improve operational efficiencies, a council of technology executives says.
The Technology CEO Council, chaired by IBM (IBM) CEO Samuel Palmisano, estimates that the government could cut spending by $1 trillion if it followed the TCC’s guidelines.
“We’re serious about helping to provide solutions for the mounting debt crisis, and we’re optimistic that changes today will help lay the foundation for future job growth and innovation for our country,” Dell (DELL) CEO – and council member – Michael Dell said in a statement.
The deficit is estimated by the White House to exceed $1.4 trillion this year and next; it’s adding to a debt burden that’s larger than $13 trillion.
But the nation may be able to leverage innovative procedures developed by the tech sector to slash the deficit. Half a trillion dollars could be saved, for example, if the government were to consolidate its supply chains; another $200 billion could be saved by applying analytics technology to ferret out fraud in grant applications and the welfare system.