Freedom Is a Myth: We Are All Prisoners of the Police State’s Panopticon Village

Nowhere to run and nowhere to hide: this is the new mantra of the architects of the police state and their corporate collaborators (Facebook, Amazon, Netflix, Google, Instagram, and so on). The American Police State has become a metaphorical panopticon, a circular prison in which the inmates are monitored by a single watchman situated in a central tower. Because the inmates cannot see the watchman, they are unable to tell whether or not they are being watched at any given time and must proceed under the assumption that they are always being watched.

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Show Notes

“The Prisoner Reboots the Panopticon for 21st Century,” Wired

“Patrick McGoohan: The spy who started it all,” Los Angeles Times

“R.I.P. Patrick McGoohan, the Prisoner's TV Visionary,” Wired

Panopticon

“What does the panopticon mean in the age of digital surveillance?” The Guardian

“Philip K. Dick Warned Us About the Internet of Things in 1969,” Slate

“BCA agreed to FBI terms on secret cellphone tracking,” Star Tribune

“Judge Gorsuch on arrest warrants and Doppler radar devices,” The Washington Post

“How many times have the cops photographed your license plate?” Washington Examiner

“9 Ways You’re Being Spied On Every Day,” The Huffington Post

“New surveillance cameras will use computer eyes to find ‘pre crimes’ by detecting suspicious behaviour and calling for guards,” Daily Mail

“DOJ budget seeks funds for police body cameras, immigration judges,” The Hill

“Your Samsung SmartTV Is Spying on You, Basically,” The Daily Beast

Michel Foucault, Discipline and Punish, Panopticism. In Discipline & Punish: The Birth of the Prison

“On whistleblowers and government threats of investigation,” The Guardian

“Sessions, Coats push for permanent renewal of controversial surveillance law,” The Hill

“Merciful release,” The Guardian

Freedom Is a Myth: We Are All Prisoners of the Police State’s Panopticon Village

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  2. Just a couple days ago people were battling and fighting oneanother to be first to be able to grab the latest spy on me devices, that being those propaganda boxes, tv’s. Likely most people reading this who are members here will already know that those propaganda boxed have cameras and microphones, and they do work, proof established. But many of those who know this, continue to buy and use such devices. They work to put themselves in prison, willingly, knowingly. Humans are so smart. Just one device of many kind.

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