Sunday, July 31, 2011

The Numero-Governmental Conspiracy in San Jose

I often talk about the deeply-knit relationship between the numbers and the government in achieving their shared goal of keeping us down and taking away our freedoms. But rarely is this conspiracy reported in the lame-stream media.

Today is a rare exception. A shocking article in the San Jose Mercury News exposes the shocking corruption of the numerist cabal as they ally with law enforcement under the guise of "crime prevention."

This effort is being spearheaded by numero-academicalist George Mohler, assistant professor at Santa Clara University, who uses statistical analysis to conduct predictive policing - using numbers to tell police where and when crimes will happen. This use of numbers as psychic detectives raises all manner of ethical and constitutional issues, and shows just how pervasive the numerist influence is at even the local government level.

Of course, I have my suspicions that this will eventually backfire. If there's one thing I've learned, it's that numbers can't be trusted.. I would not be surprised one whit if the numbers were also conspiring with the criminals, throwing the police off with red herrings while telling the burglars just where to burgle.

At least, that's what I hope is happening. It could be that the numbers are trying to infiltrate local governments in a grassroots campaign to eventually take us over, municipality by municipality.

Sounds farfetched? Maybe. But if the next mayor of San Jose is a 47, don't complain to me that you weren't warned.

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