Benny Thomas, Facebook's Global Planning Lead, told an undercover Project Veritas reporter that his employer "needs to be broken up," as does Google, in order to prevent a global catastrophe.
In the following video, hosted by Brighteon, Thomas says it would not even bother him to earn less money from an antitrust ruling because breaking up Facebook and Google is "what needs to be done" for the good of humanity.
"Instagram, Facebook, Messenger, Oculus, WhatsApp – they all need to be separate companies," Thomas says. "It's too much power when they're all one together."
Because very few people are paying attention to what is really going on in the tech world, Facebook's monopoly continues to grow larger with minimal resistance. The same is true of Google and other competing platforms that have become tech behemoths.
"Most people don't understand these things and most people don't think about them – which is why a lot of s*** goes down because a lot of people aren't paying attention," Thomas says.
Thomas argues that Facebook and Google have become their own countries due to the sheer amount of power and control they have amassed over the world. Never before in history has anything like this happened, and yet here we are in 2021 witnessing Big Tech take over the planet.
"No king in the history of the world has been the ruler of two billion people, but Mark Zuckerberg is – and he's 36," Thomas says.
"That's too much for a 36-year-old. You should not have power over two billion people. I just think that's wrong."
Some states are already treating the tech giants as if they are their own nations. Nevada, as one example, is offering incentives to tech companies that choose to relocate there, including the promise that they will be able to form their own governments.
Some worry that companies like Facebook and Google will eventually replace the government entirely, which already seems to be the case as Congress lets them do whatever they wish without penalty.
More related news about Big Tech criminality can be found at Tyranny.news.
Behind the scenes, Zuckerberg and his wife are busy spearheading a number of initiatives that aim to train computers how to do pretty much everything humans world normally do, the goal being to eventually make humanity obsolete.
We are already seeing this with Facebook's censorship algorithms, which were programmed by humans to weed out information that certain nefarious entities want to keep out of the public eye.
Eventually, this will morph into computers becoming "better" than humans, combining the best of what humans have to offer with the best of what technology has to offer. The final outcome of this is known as singularity, or the merger of computers with the human mind.
"AI can do more than social media," Thomas explains. "AI is running social media, but AI can do more than run social media. AI can make all the traffic lights green right now, which will kill like a thousand motorists right now."
Thomas revealed that AI is evolving to become more like human intelligence. Once this process is complete, humans will become expendable, at which point all of humanity will be threatened with extinction.
"AI is essentially evolving to become like human intelligence. And then, it's going to go beyond human intelligence and at that point, humans are expendable. You know, the way we treat everything else in the world, like, we think we are the best, like, the superior, most, species," he told the undercover reporter, following this up with a comparative example.
"If you and I went to a picnic, we would not spend one minute thinking about the ants that you stepped on, on the grass, right? For AI, we will become like those ants. It's not like the AI will try to kill us, they just won't care because it will be, it will be so superior that it will be like, 'these people don't matter.'"
In other words, most humans are not necessarily on a mission to kill ants or any other tiny pest we might encounter. When these creatures inadvertently die because they get in our way, however, it is no great loss. This is how Facebook's AI robots of the future will treat humans, which is why many states are attempting to sue the company.
"So, I might be killing hundreds of ants when I walk in the park, I don't know, and I don't care. It's not a thing that I think about. We will be like those ants," Thomas warns.
Thomas made these admissions not knowing that he was being recorded. When the undercover journalist revealed this to him and asked him if he wanted to reiterate his points in a formal interview for the general public, he refused.
Project Veritas was not trying to trick Thomas or get him in trouble, it is important to note. The group simply wanted to find out the truth before giving Thomas the opportunity to be a whistleblower on the record. Presumably due to fear of losing his job, Thomas declined.
"If only there were as many undercover Project Veritas agents within Big Tech as there are undercover FBI agents within Neo Nazi groups, then we'd have a fighting chance!" wrote one Populist.press commenter.
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