Maxine Waters Confirms National Database on All Citizens

Someone sent in this news report video and it’s confirmation of something we have repeated numerous times. Common Core requires states to set up a statewide longitudinal database to track children. Marc Tucker in the 90’s wrote Hillary Clinton desiring such a database to implement cradle-to-grave tracking of citizens for the purpose of central planning and school-to-work organizing. Now Rep. Maxine Waters confirms the presence of a massive database President Obama has put in place giving him information on every citizen in America. Listen to her alarming words.

Here’s the bulk of her quote:

“I think some people are missing something here. The president has put in place an organization that contains the kind of database that no one has seen before in life. That’s going to be very, very powerful.

That database will have information about everything on every individual in ways that its never been done before and whoever runs for president on the Democratic ticket have to deal with that, they’re going to have to go down with that database and the concerns of those people because they can’t get around it and he’s been very smart , I mean it’s very powerful what he’s leaving in place.” -CA Rep. Maxine Waters on interview

3 thoughts on “Maxine Waters Confirms National Database on All Citizens”

  1. Oak, that’s not the conclusion I draw from this video at all. It appears, in context, that they are specifically talking about a political campaign database (Organizing for America) to identify and track voters, donors, etc. that a future Democrat candidate could make use of or replicate.

    I find nothing in this video that substantiates a government database such as you mention, though I do believe these already exist and will increase in the future both in scope and invasiveness. I just don’t see this video lending any strength to the argument as they’re discussing something entirely different.

    1. That’s a valid point that this may be referring to campaign work. However, we already know from multiple sources that for decades the government has been trying to establish a cradle-to-grave database for purposes of central planning that includes school-to-work training programs. This is part of what Common Core is all about doing. When Maxine says “that database will have information about everything on every individual in ways that its never been done before,” you and I both understand relational databases and whether or not this database contains the school information, they can join them with a few queries and have all the information they want on any citizen.

  2. Once we all get our chip implants, as will all newborns, none of this will matter, anyway. We will be scanned and tracked from satellites and drones. Sorry, gotta’ run, the disc on my palm is flashing and I must attent Carousel…

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