Stephen: OK, I’ve pulled out what I consider to be the highlights of new information featured in this latest article – and that is the suggestions David makes regarding secret remote-control technology being placed into all recent-model cars. This technology has already been suggested as a possible way that investigative journalist Michael Hastings was assassinated last month – as David also discusses.
It could also be the reason that VW has had to recall literally thousands of vehicles, because they simply ‘shut off’ while people were driving. Which makes me wonder if this secret remote-control technology has malfunctioned causing this instant shut-down of the vehicles’ power? Anyway… As usual, you’ll need to head to David’s blog to read the entire post. Link at end.
By David Wilcock, Divine Cosmos – July 14 2013
Remote Controlled Automobiles: Legally Required in US Since 2008?
What if ALL new cars sold in America for the last five years — all makes and models from 2008 and up — can be remote-controlled by certain insider groups?
What if this system is designed so that it can fully override the actions of the driver?
What if all automakers were required, by a secret and unconstitutional law, to install this system in their vehicles — to “protect” the public?
Would this not violate the fourth amendment of the US Constitution against “unreasonable seizures” of personal property?
Does the Cabal now possess the technology to achieve a blatantly unconstitutional feat of this scope and caliber?
Could they quietly install GPS systems, tiny smartphone-sized video cameras, power steering, power brakes and acceleration control in vehicles?
Why do most cars now have a push-button starter system — and no longer require you to stick a key in the ignition?
Could it be possible to send these cars a signal to start up — without the “key” being in the car at all?
Could someone use these automated systems to pilot the car at a distance: to steer, to accelerate, decelerate, brake, and watch where they’re going?
What could a person or group do if they had this capability? Should we entrust them with this power — if the truth were to be widely known?
OnStar is Already Public Knowledge
We already know the OnStar service gives unseen groups a surprisingly high amount of control over a motor vehicle.
The “bad guys” we’re supposedly being protected from would already know about this — and disable it — in any car they would actually use.
Being in a car accident is a nightmare — you’re often disoriented, upset and unsure of what to do once the actual crash is over. But if your car is equipped with GM’s OnStar service, you don’t even have to find your cell phone.
The system can get help for you. It can also check your e-mail hands-free, make hotel reservations, and unlock your car if you’ve locked your keys inside, among other things.
OnStar is the most popular telematics service available in North America. As of May 2005, it had more than 4 million customers [ref].
But what is a telematics service? How does OnStar know where you are, and how can your car let the OnStar Call Center know that you’ve been in an accident?
In this article, we’ll explore the technology behind OnStar, find out how to use it, and learn about some of the controversy associated with it….
OnStar Publicly Admitted to Be in All GMs Manufactured Since 2007
GM (General Motors) admits that all of their vehicles since 2007 are equipped with extensive, remote-control automated systems — via OnStar.
OnStar is included with all new GM vehicles, and some non-GM vehicles also include it.
You may find these systems in certain Japanese and European vehicles that were manufactured between the 2002 and 2005 model years.
Acura, Isuzu, and Subaru were the Japanese automakers that were party to the deal, and both Audi and Volkswagen signed on as well.
If you purchase a GM vehicle that was produced during or after the 2007 model year, it may also include a subscription to OnStar.
After that  model year, all new GM vehicles come with a subscription [to OnStar, meaning all the tech is fully installed].
To read this post in its entirety, head to David’s blog: http://divinecosmos.com/start-here/davids-blog/1137-financial-tyranny-free-fall