by James Corbett
October 22, 2022
Imagine a company that knows everything about everyone. A company that is equally at ease helping banks identify fraud as it is helping intelligence agencies track down enemies of the state. A company that can combine pictures of you with cell phone location data, emails you’ve written, health records, credit card purchases and thousands of other pieces of electronic data to paint an intimate portrait of your life that any would-be investigator can pull up with a few keystrokes. A company that can target you anywhere in the world at any time.
Now stop imagining that company, because it already exists. It’s called Palantir Technologies.
Founded by billionaire PayPal co-founder and Facebook early investor Peter Thiel, this plucky little Silicon Valley startup has long been the darling of the military and the intelligence community, and it’s increasingly the darling of the corporate world. And—given Palantir’s ability to surveil, track and, ultimately, control every aspect of your daily life—it isn’t hard to see why.
Even so, few in the general public have ever heard of Palantir, and those who have know little beyond the fact that it’s a bad company that does creepy things.
But this is The Corbett Report. We can do better than that.
Today, let’s explore the roots of this threat to humanity, expose the extent to which it has already laid your life bare to the all-seeing eye of the would-be world controllers, and peer into the magical seeing stone to see what the future holds for Palantir Technologies.
WHAT IS PALANTIR?
So, what is Palantir, exactly?
As it turns out, that question is surprisingly easy to answer. Palantir is a front company for a once-secret military and intelligence program to collect and data mine every available piece of information about you. The hard part is extracting that simple answer from the mass of lies, obfuscation, untruths, half truths and contextless facts that are presented in the lamestream media’s coverage of the company.
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