MOUNTAIN VIEW, Ca. – Confidential memos leaked by a missing Google employee offer troubling revelations about the tech giant’s long-term goals. Obtained by The New York Times, the memos detail the emergence of Alphabet, an umbrella company created by Google co-founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin, and provide a brief but sinister look into Alphabet’s “drone delivery” research division known as Wing.
On March 24th, 2015, the Wall Street Journal reported that Google CEO Eric Schmidt “visited the White House for meetings with senior officials about 230 times, or an average of roughly once a week.” Exactly which officials attended the meetings as well as what topics were discussed was not disclosed. However, it was initially presumed the discussions revolved around a pending anti-trust lawsuit filed against Google that was later dropped entirely.
As described in the leaked memos, exactly one week after the lawsuit’s dismissal, Alphabet’s Wing division facilitated the transfer of 27,182 autonomous air and land-based militarized drones to 818 unspecified locations around the U.S. The drones, which account for 28% of Alphabet’s fleet, are outfitted with electromagnetic railguns and laser weapon systems.
According to one heavily redacted internal document, Google began experimenting with nuclear rocket propulsion in 2005 as part of a secretive program the company established with the intention of developing a spaceship capable of interstellar travel. Details surrounding the program are sparse but the memos indicate the craft itself was designed to accommodate 994 people and is outfitted with life support systems and features advanced defensive capabilities.
Under the direction of Alphabet, Google will initiate a full-scale takeover of the federal government on December 11, 2015. Dubbed Phase One, the tech giant plans to violently absorb the U.S. government and civilian infrastructure “in a matter of hours.” Following the collapse of the federal government and the launch of Phase Two, Alphabet’s Wing division is set to deploy the remaining 78% of its fleet of autonomous drones to enforce “the mass enslavement of the U.S. population.”
By Alphabet’s own estimate, nearly a quarter of the U.S. population will have been liquidated by the end of Phase Two. The remaining populace, an estimated 239 million Americans, will be sent to forced-labor camps known as “output farms,” where they will work day and night to assemble Alphabet’s massive interstellar spacecraft.
The craft’s proposed departure date is not mentioned anywhere in the leaked memos but journalist Glenn Greenwald of The Intercept told CNN that “with a workforce of several hundred million able-bodied Americans, Alphabet could leave the planet in as early as three months.” Greenwald, who lives in South America, vowed to monitor and objectively report on the situation following the imminent collapse of the United States.