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Old 22-04-2016, 09:16 PM   #1
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Default Global Strategic Trends by Ministry of Defence to 2045

The Ministry of Defence in the United Kingdom has produced a 202 page document detailing Global Strategic Trends up to 2045, similar to the document produced by PNAC (Project for the New American Century).

Here is one except from page 86:

"The uptake of social networking sites and even the use of supermarket loyalty cards shows that – for comparatively small rewards – people are readily persuaded to record their movements, financial transactions and buying habits. This behaviour is highly likely to continue out to 2045.

National authorities are almost certain to seek to use this potential mine of information – a development that is likely to raise major privacy concerns. Marketing campaigns are likely to portray the benefits of smart technology and machine-to-machine interaction, but the increased surveillance capability may make others fear an increase of state control. In turn, this is likely to drive the growth of the ‘hactivist’ community characterised by groups such as Anonymous.

However, it is likely to be increasingly difficult to avoid the sensor network of a future ‘Internet of Things’, since even remote environments are likely to contain some connected devices. A desire not to be part of the ‘Internet of Things’ may create new markets, for example a holiday resort advertising its facilities as literally ‘getting away from it all’ with a promise that you will be completely ‘off-grid’. This could also lead to a drive to try to create spaces, both physical and virtual, which are unseen or ungoverned by state authorities around the world"

It's worth looking at:

https://www.gov.uk/government/upload...eb_Secured.pdf

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Old 22-04-2016, 09:30 PM   #2
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What they say there is true...I dont mean "right" but correct...
tesco clubcard anyone? so they can see every thing you buy? Then interpolate what you do and how you think?
Ill pass on that one ta!
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Old 05-05-2016, 08:44 PM   #3
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AUTOMATION AND WORK .... page 94

Many people's young grandchildren today will be will be unemployed in 2045 and State pensions will decline. Safeguard them in any way you possibly can. Encourage them to take out a private pension now .... although that's not guaranteed.

Automation and work

"Robots in the workplace are increasingly likely to replace people at work, which could ultimately lead to social unrest. Robots are likely to continue to carry out tasks deemed too dirty, dull or dangerous for people, and will probably be used more extensively in such roles, as well as for more highly-skilled jobs. As robots become increasingly sophisticated, they are likely to perform tasks which would otherwise put people at risk, such as minefield clearance. By 2045, it is even possible that robots will take on combat roles. Non-military jobs such as fire-fighting or construction are also likely to be carried out by machines in the future. In the same way that the widespread use of computers has made some professions (such
as typists) almost redundant, we can expect robot development to remove a number of
types of job that are common today."

https://www.gov.uk/government/upload...eb_Secured.pdf

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This document, appears to be promoting Bitcoin, which makes me suspicious.

"State-backed and alternative currencies State-backed currencies will almost certainly still be the dominant form of money in 2045, although a global currency by then is improbable. A genuinely global currency would require a high level of international cooperation, likely to be brought about only in the case of an extraordinarily severe shock to the international financial system. Countries (or blocs of countries) are highly likely to remain the dominant seats of global authority by 2045.

There are, however, a number of situations in which alternative currencies could seem more attractive. For example, state-backed currencies could be undermined if government indebtedness rises sharply, perhaps due to an increase in interest rates. Similarly, if banking regulations become too onerous, alternative currencies may be more appealing to businesses and customers alike. Even if these scenarios do not emerge, alternative currencies are likely to grow in size. and importance out to 2045, constituting the main shift in the financial landscape. We are already seeing this trend. Although predominantly used for online transactions, Bitcoin has already been used to make offline."

https://www.gov.uk/government/upload...eb_Secured.pdf
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Old 18-05-2016, 10:27 PM   #5
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This document, appears to be promoting Bitcoin, which makes me suspicious.

"State-backed and alternative currencies State-backed currencies will almost certainly still be the dominant form of money in 2045, although a global currency by then is improbable. A genuinely global currency would require a high level of international cooperation, likely to be brought about only in the case of an extraordinarily severe shock to the international financial system. Countries (or blocs of countries) are highly likely to remain the dominant seats of global authority by 2045.

There are, however, a number of situations in which alternative currencies could seem more attractive. For example, state-backed currencies could be undermined if government indebtedness rises sharply, perhaps due to an increase in interest rates. Similarly, if banking regulations become too onerous, alternative currencies may be more appealing to businesses and customers alike. Even if these scenarios do not emerge, alternative currencies are likely to grow in size. and importance out to 2045, constituting the main shift in the financial landscape. We are already seeing this trend. Although predominantly used for online transactions, Bitcoin has already been used to make offline."

https://www.gov.uk/government/upload...eb_Secured.pdf
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the big banks have jumped on the fintech and are developing their own blockchain technologies but ones on a network not disintermediated

they want their own digital currency for use with microchips instead of cards and cash
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Old 20-05-2016, 06:19 PM   #6
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I wonder how many will follow the necessary response under tremendous pressure, to reject micro chipping ?

I mean how much longer has the Dollar got left ?

They have no room to work with, guessing the same is true here and with the Euro.
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The Government document I highlighted in the opening post describes the future in Europe in 2045 as predominately mega cities.

https://www.gov.uk/government/upload...eb_Secured.pdf

David Icke headline today:

UK population sees sharpest rise in 70 YEARS driven by immigration and higher life expectancy as London moves toward 'Megacity' status.



‘The population of the UK has seen its sharpest annual increase in nearly 70 years driven mainly by immigration, official figures have revealed.

There were an estimated 65,648,000 people living in the country at the end of June last year.

Over the 12 months to the middle of 2016, numbers rose by 0.8 per cent or 538,000 – roughly equivalent to the size of Bradford.

London was growing twice as fast as Wales, Scotland, Northern Ireland"

https://www.davidicke.com/article/41...egacity-status
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Don't have kids they said. It's not a good career choice they said.

You are too poor for kids they said. The world is over populated they said.

Here are your replacements they said , we need workers they said.
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