Sunday, May 31, 2015

UK Feared Terrorism from Microchip-Hating Christians and Star Trek Fans

by Daniel Greenfield 

 This dates back from the late 90s. Just before the current wave of Islamic terrorism would dominate the dialogue. But Scotland Yard was worried about X-Files and Star Trek fans.
It has emerged that Scotland Yard kept a secret dossier on Star Trek, The X-Files, and other US sci fi shows amid fears that British fans would go mad and kill themselves, turn against society or start a weird cult.
The American TV shows Roswell and Dark Skies and the film The Lawnmower Man were also monitored to protect the country from rioting and cyber attacks. Mission accomplished. Pay no attention to mass Muslim rapes. Keep an eye on the UFOs.
The two-page memo on UFO NRMs opens by saying ‘the purpose of this note is to draw attention to the risk posed by UFO NRMs in relation to the Millennium…it should be remembered that UFO NRMs are new and draw inspiration from sources one would not normally associate with religious devotion, particularly rock music, television drama and feature films.’
And religious groups that aren’t Islam who hate microchips.
Given their antipathy towards areas of modern technology, it may be prudent to broaden our view of what such an attack might constitute. An obvious area of interest to UFO and Pentecostal factions is microchip and bar code technology. This could have implications for various industries, most notably international banking, as some groups appear to be interpreting their computer systems as the tool of the Anti-Christ.
I think we all remember the scourge of Christians running around and bombing microchip factories. Anything and everything except Islam.

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