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Autonomous Vehicles in Transportation, Part 2: The Governmentís Involved

Scott Deuty
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2/13/2018 11:37:58 AM
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Self-Driven Cars and Politics

I picked up on your comment: "we can't even fix our roads; however, we can give billions of tax payer dollars to other countries. Perhaps those paying the taxes would prefer their involuntary contributions be spent on issues that benefit them."

First, who is "we"? I don't give any money to other countries, do you? This is part of the social engineering of public outlook and opinion - to have those of us who are not part of the power elite suppose we have some involvement in their decision-making. We do not.

Secondly, the money issue is more complicated than that. Taxpayer dollars do not buy infrastructure or anything else but go toward paying debt to the Fed for its issuance of money, with interest, to the U.S. govt. The U.S. govt is entirely debt-driven, and as both bankster Mayer Amschel Rothschild and President James Garfield had said, whoever controls the issuance of credit and currency controls the country.

Another aspect of self-driven cars is that they take control of the vehicle away from the ex-driver, now a passenger, and presumably it is in the hands of electronics. However, with government involvement, can you imagine that it will really be in the hands of govt instead? In the interest of safety, another freedom - the freedom to travel - is lost.

2/13/2018 9:17:31 AM
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Really interesting one) thanks a lot for sharing) 

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