The Controversial DARPA Program that Facebook Seemingly Replaced
Millions of people all across the world now use Facebook in their daily lives. When it seemingly replaced the popular social media site MySpace back in 2004, it may have also been replacing something else…
First, a little background on the entity known as the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, more commonly known as DARPA. According to their website, “for sixty years, DARPA has held to a singular and enduring mission: to make pivotal investments in breakthrough technologies for national security.” Some of their investments include funding the development for the diagnostic tests that were used during the plandemic, monoclonal antibodies, and nucleic acid vaccines. Those alone should be red flags for anyone who is hip to the contagion myth. Additional projects include the advancement of A.I. technologies, research into deepfakes, tactical and microsystems technology, and a wide array of other military, surveillance, and technology-based programs.
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