WATCH: The Secrets of Silicon Valley – What Big Tech Doesn’t Want You to Know

James Corbett’s newest film documents the origins of big tech, and its ties to the military and intelligence establishment

Silicon Valley.

Nestled in the southern San Francisco Bay Area of Northern California, the Valley is not just a geographical location. It’s an idea. It’s an expression of the urge to digitize all of the information in the world, and to database, track and store that information.

And as we are now beginning to learn, the result of that digitization of everything is a world without privacy. A world where our ability to participate in public debate is subject to the whims of big tech billionaires. A world where freedom is a thing of the past and no one is outside the reach of Big Brother.

A full transcript, links to notes and sources and an audio-only version can be found here.


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Betrayed Planet
Betrayed Planet
Jul 7, 2019 4:22 PM

None of the above documentary is a surprise, I finally became somewhat aware when little twat Bush Junior became president in 1999. I had lived in a bubble until that time and suddenly I had a sense of acute foreboding which turned out to be real. My children were born at that point, couldn’t be sent back because I had realised the world was run by sociopaths. In the face of what the worlds young are now facing I do not see a way out. The Orwellian nightmare we have found ourselves in cannot be overcome except by a major uprising in every corner of the globe. That isn’t happening any time soon. The inevitability of a warming planet, of a US and allies out of control and of the Neoliberal model destroying everything that was once good is now written into the future. I think that future is no… Read more »

Jul 7, 2019 8:11 PM

Identity Politics and “the inevitability of a warming planet” are the two blind alleys into which popular discontent and activism will be harmlessly diverted.
This will ensure that the “major uprising in every corner of the globe” simply never happens.’
The same people will remain in power, laughing up their sleeves as the deluded masses hyperventilate about toilets for trannies and the supposed plight of the polar bears.

Jul 8, 2019 3:46 PM
Reply to  mark

Yep, choking away on oxygen-less, electro-charged polluted air in the smart city utopia. More worried about the Polar bears than their own incredible demise. Wonderful

Jul 7, 2019 8:18 PM

We need to come to terms with what is REALLY happening with the weather. Man made emissions from vehicles, the military etc are having an impact, but as always with these people, there are more sinister forces at play which we need to be conscious of. 1 Geoengineering/chemtrails. They are real, they have been doing this for decades, we can only speculate as to what the real agenda behind all the current spraying programmes is, but we can be certain that they are spraying. They are deliberately manipulating the weather, and guess what?…..the WEATHER IS CHANGING. 2 Electromagnetic smog – this is a huge issue. Your microwave cooks at 2.4 GHz. Your Phone has Wifi on it which broadcasts at 2.4GHz. Same microwaves, same frequency, When you are at the pub in the heat, that’s say 100 to 200 phones all broadcasting at 2.4GHz. Now go to a football match.… Read more »

Jul 7, 2019 8:19 PM
Reply to  Mucho

1G to 5G super soup of EMF shite – Microwaves!!!! Millimeter waves!!!

mathias alexand
mathias alexand
Jul 7, 2019 3:26 PM

Yeah, pulsing music sounds like a corporate video. Makes you want to stick to reading stuff.

Jul 7, 2019 1:12 PM

I’m shocked, I tell you, shocked…

Love the pulsing music in the background – this. is. your. history. clever. people. and. you. will. believe. it.

Jul 7, 2019 6:25 PM
Reply to  Mikalina

Or take Sun Microsystems. Founded in 1982, the Silicon Valley software and hardware giant’s flagship Unix workstation, the “Sun-1”, as ComputerWorld explains, “owes its origins rather directly to a half-dozen major technologies developed at multiple universities and companies, all funded by ARPA.” The clue is zionist.. Sun was acquired by Oracle in 2010 for $7.4 billion. This article, revealing as it is, lacks a large and highly significant part of the emerging story… the corruption that it touches on is such a vast field, and the need for a literature to document that story is so great, that I suggest a new journal should be instituted, to study this matter in detail, to bring into view, the experiences of all of those who have been victimized by economic zionism and to evolve ways to return our world to capitalism. First a minute to explain,, the system of economics described by… Read more »

Rhys Jaggar
Rhys Jaggar
Jul 8, 2019 1:34 PM
Reply to  funcklestien

what he heck does winner-takes-all have to do with Zionism?

It has nothing to do with religion, it is arrested development as an emotional one-year old. me, me, me.

Tim Jenkins
Tim Jenkins
Jul 9, 2019 10:28 AM
Reply to  Rhys Jaggar

Intel Inside Israel

(I.I.I. 4d ME.Me.me. generation of Fascism,
cannot be permitted to prevail over programmers,
of Automated & Artificial Intelligence )

An Existential Crisis in Epic Times of global censorship !

Tim Jenkins
Tim Jenkins
Jul 9, 2019 10:43 AM
Reply to  Mikalina

I could shock you a lot more than that ‘2ronnie’s Corbett Report . . .

Indeed, direct energy weapons, (that can also alter the course of the Jet Streams), do not just steer & determine the weather for military purposes alone, also the commodity markets have derivative vested interests & corporate funds, available on the Chicago Stock Exchange, if wish to make money having a sporting bet on who will have WATER & FOOD, come harvest time …

Sad world gone mad, innit’ ? When Moscow had a world record 6 (six) minutes sunshine for the whole of December 2017 …

Jul 9, 2019 3:49 PM
Reply to  Tim Jenkins

to the edge of the pit
and look in
Ecce Homo

Sadness, indeed.