Officers met with “transhumanist” presidential candidate to talk about controversial surveillance technology
by Jasper Hamill
16th June 2016
The US Navy has held meetings to discuss highly controversial technology which could one day allow the government to track the movements of every single citizen in the country, The Sun has learned.
A number of naval officers visited the home of an American presidential candidate and “transhumanist” called Zoltan Istvan, who believes human beings should be fitted with technology to boost their brain power or enhance physical attributes.
Istvan said they discussed the possibility of implanting humans with chips fitted with global positioning (GPS) technology.
We have seen correspondence between Istvan and Vice Admiral James Wisecup, who has retired from full time service to work in a Navy department called the Chief of Naval Operations Strategic Studies Group which is dedicated to devising “revolutionary warfare concepts”.
In his letter, Vice Admiral Wisecup said the meeting broadened “our understanding… of the merger of humans and machines”.
“Your personal perspectives were interesting and timely as we begin our research process,” he wrote.
“You have had a direct impact on our viewpoints for future concepts.”
Istvan believes human life could be enhanced if we all agree to have computers or chips fitted to our bodies and brains.
Aaaron Russo said this was the goal of the international bankers from the beginning.