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A comment from Screwtape nicely summarizes the growing reach of Big Brother in the lives of White Americans.

Every shitlib yuppie in my hood has a ring camera at their door. There has been a yuge upswing in property crime as the hood is rich but just an overpass away from diversity galore.

Amazon packages walk off with regularity. Cars ransacked. Bikes, plants, yard chairs, pretty much anything not screwed into concrete. Always a blurry vibrant caught on camera.

Yeah, two detectives are on the case lol. The best part is all the concerned goodwhites tapdancing around how to describe the perps and the problem in general while avoiding stating the obvious head-on, as that would be raciss. When they poast on the nextdoor app about a ‘suspicious’ person its extral lolz and some will even preface “i dont want to sound racist…but…”.

No crimes get investigated, let alone solved. But the camera net spreads. And when they need to find some guy in a maga hat carrying a noose you bet all those cameras will be checked by a team of cops and every goodwhite within miles will be checking theirs too.

Forget it Jake, it’s Tawnytown.

Amazon’s Ring camera is a privacy shredder. Amazon employees, and who knows who else, can, if they wished, peer through your Ring camera and surveil the perimeter of your home and your comings and goings. In fact, this is already happening.

Beginning in 2016, according to one source, Ring provided its Ukraine-based research and development team virtually unfettered access to a folder on Amazon’s S3 cloud storage service that contained every video created by every Ring camera around the world. This would amount to an enormous list of highly sensitive files that could be easily browsed and viewed. Downloading and sharing these customer video files would have required little more than a click. The Information, which has aggressively covered Ring’s security lapses, reported on these practices last month.

At the time the Ukrainian access was provided, the video files were left unencrypted, the source said, because of Ring leadership’s “sense that encryption would make the company less valuable,” owing to the expense of implementing encryption and lost revenue opportunities due to restricted access. The Ukraine team was also provided with a corresponding database that linked each specific video file to corresponding specific Ring customers.

Do you bring girls home? Amazon pervs are watching!

The source also recounted instances of Ring engineers “teasing each other about who they brought home” after romantic dates. Although the engineers in question were aware that they were being surveilled by their co-workers in real time, the source questioned whether their companions were similarly informed.

Nice. And phaggy Millennials shrug, saying “Hey, if you’ve got nothing to hide, what’s the big deal?”

The big deal is that this creeping Orwellian surveillance state inevitably will lead to a dystopian tyrannical nightmare where your every action is furtively recorded and analyzed by government and corporate snoops for your adherence to Party orthodoxy. THERE WON’T BE ANY ESCAPE FROM IT.

…Unless we stop it now, before the beast grows too large and entrenched in our lives.

As Screwtape wrote:

No crimes get investigated, let alone solved. But the camera net spreads. And when they need to find some guy in a maga hat carrying a noose you bet all those cameras will be checked by a team of cops and every goodwhite within miles will be checking theirs too.

This is the end game. Diversity™ creates the need for more surveillance, which acculturates Whites to an omnipresent Surveillance State, which is then targeted at Whites as part of an intimidation strategy identifying, doxxing, and punishing Whites who express misgivings about Diversity™.

The Globohomo circle of distrust is closed, and Whites are turned into cringing, self-policing captives in their own homelands.

Never once is the idea thought, let alone publicly broached, that without the unnecessary imposed Diversity we wouldn’t need the despotic, soulless Surveillance State.

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