After the September 11 terrorist attacks, government agencies and IT corporations in the world had created unprecedented databases for storing personal data that were used during the coronavirus pandemic, said Yury Byaly, the Vice-President of the Experimental Creative Center Foundation (Kurginyan Center) for scientific work, in an interview to the Rossa Primavera News Agency.
According to the expert, the 9/11 aftermath provided special services and IT companies that manage an array of gadgets and big computer science with some new useful capabilities. They became aware of what results and terabytes were necessary and sufficient in order to identify the most dangerous terrorist.
He added: “The more terabytes, the better. When they were full, they realized that it was enough. They received big money from the government to store terabytes somewhere.”
Byaly recalled a recently opened storage in California and plans to open large cloud storage in China.
“This is a platform for the future. Today’s games with the covid would have been impossible if they had not started securing a huge controlled space several decades ago,” the analyst stressed.
He noted that the fear caused by the September 11 terrorist attacks caused a shift in the psychology of the masses.
According to the expert, the US-provoked Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor, after which the country entered World War II, and the September 11 terrorist attacks served as a tool designed by the US to control the elites and the masses through emotions.
The Vice-President of the Kurginyan Center for scientific work believes that those who were behind the September 11 terrorist attacks had in mind to strengthen the special services’ control over the masses as well as to destabilize the situation in the world and to solve some economic problems in the US economy.
Source: Rossa Primavera News Agency