If we go back and look at the beginning of Internet social media platforms, we can see that rudimentary forms of the technology can be traced to the 1970s. In 1973, Talkomatic was introduced by Dave Woolley and Douglas Brown at the University of Illinois. It became prevalent amongst online users of the Plato system.
As the years passed, various improvements were made to online social media applications. In 1999, the Bulletin board system was introduced for the first time, and it allowed users to connect to a terminal.
On September 11, 2001, one of the most horrific terrorist attacks ever committed against the United States and the American people took place in New York City, Washington, DC, and Pennsylvania.
Many people believe in various alternative (conspiracy) theories regarding that historic day instead of the government’s published account of what transpired. Some believe that Americans traded their rights to privacy on that particular morning to gain more perceived government security and protection.
At this point, the United States Department of Defense had DARPA (The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency) create a new office known as the IAO (Information Awareness Office). The IAO’s logo (featured below) pretty much tells you what they were looking to accomplish concerning their relationship with American citizens. They wanted to spy on everybody, and the way they decided to do this was through social media platforms.
After 2001, a huge spike can be observed concerning online social media usage. Windows Messenger, Windows XP, Friendster, LinkedIn, MySpace, Skype, and Facebook were all introduced, and the world has never been the same since.
If you think about it, there is no better way to spy on an unsuspecting public than by having the government finance social media companies and get their applications to become front and center for everybody to see and want to download. It was an ingenious plan because the technology is addicting and an open invitation for the general public to voluntarily spill their guts about their private lives.
Don’t ever make the mistake of thinking that Internet social media applications were designed and rolled out for our entertainment. They were created to spy on citizens worldwide. The success of the technology has been instrumental in allowing the few who control the many the opportunity to have a strategic window to view the trends and movement of the human herd.
Next, screenshot your signed name on the petition platform, print a hardcopy, and keep it in a safe place.
THE TARGET LIST MOVIE IS COMING TO AMAZON PRIME, AND WE’RE ABOUT TO EXPOSE BIG PHARMA!
In association with River Rose Productions, Mad Wife Productions has announced that The Target List movie will be filmed in March 2021.
The pilot movie (screenplay written by MJ Palo and John Reizer) is based on the 2019 novel by John Reizer and will be filmed in March 2021. The Target List will be released in the summer of 2021 on Amazon Prime.
THE OFFICIAL CAST ANNOUNCEMENT IS COMING SOON!
Donna — Jessica Culaciati
Clyde – Brian Ault
Shane — Charlie M
Bruno – Dan Bailey
Mike — Robb R
Rachel — Holly Lorge
Assistant – Cody Wyatt
Voiceover – Nick Josten
Female Reporter – Naomi Plasterer
Male Reporter – Lukas Silva
Female Scientist – Jean Irvin
What is the story?
After announcing a ground-breaking cancer cure, two members of a research team are shot by an assassin. The remaining two researchers barely escape the attack, only to find themselves framed for murder. Now they need to prove their innocence while running from both the police and the assassin hired to kill them by big pharma.
When are you filming?
Filming is scheduled for March 2021.
Use of donations:
We have already secured the necessary funding for this project and are looking for extra help to offset production expenses. All donations will be used exclusively for the production of the movie.
–Donate $50 and receive an electronic copy of the book.
–Donate $100 and receive an e-copy of the book, Thank You credit, and a private link to online screening.
–Donate $200.00 and receive an e-copy of the book, co-executive producer credit, and a link to online screening.