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Robert Epstein: We’re Living in Unseen Dictatorship, 2020 is Big Tech Takeover Turning Point

Posted on Feb 22, 2020 by in Podcast |

Dr. Robert Epstein discusses his groundbreaking work confirming President Eisenhower’s prophetic speech in his 1961 farewell address warning of the rise of a technological elite that could rule the government in an undetectable fashion, what some call friendly fascism, totalitarian democracy, technocracy, or unseen dictatorship. His research demonstrates how Google and Big Tech can invisibly shift tens of millions of votes in elections in the U.S. and around the world. He fears for his own personal safety because of the power that Google not only wields but exercises. He thinks 2020 will be a turning point which will determine whether nations retain their democracies or whether we’ll see a sweep of candidates put in office by Big Tech companies that could lead us toward a Chinese-style dystopian system shaped by “social credits” or other such totalitarian elements.

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Show Notes

The New Mind Control

Google — A Dictator Unlike Anything the World Has Ever Known

Dr. Robert Epstein: How Google Manipulates Elections

Robert Epstein: ‘Google Is a Totalitarian Entity,’ ‘Way Beyond’ Monopoly

Dr. Robert Epstein Testimony

Startpage Acquired by System1, Privacy One Group – Still Safe?

Strange Ties: Private Internet Access, Kape, and Crossrider


American Institute for Behavioral Research & Technology

Dr. Robert Epstein


Seven Simple Steps Toward Online Privacy

Pryvate Search

About Robert Epstein

ROBERT EPSTEIN is an author, editor, and longtime psychology researcher and professor—a distinguished scientist who is passionate about educating the public about advances in mental health and the behavioral sciences. The former editor-in-chief of Psychology Today, Dr. Epstein is currently Senior Research Psychologist at the American Institute for Behavioral Research and Technology. He is also the founder and Director Emeritus of the Cambridge Center for Behavioral Studies in Massachusetts.

*Podcast intro music is from the song “The Queens Jig” by “Musicke & Mirth” from their album “Music for Two Lyra Viols”: (available on iTunes or Amazon)