Earth Assimilation (Experimental MRNA COVID-19 Vaccination)

PLANETARY INTERVENTION IS REQUIRED

GLOBAL GENOCIDE 2025

EARTH ASSIMILATION


(COVID-19 VACCINATION & CHEMTRAILS)

EXPAND YOUR MIND — THE FUTURE OF HUM[A]N[I]TY

THE BORG (STAR TREK)


 

The Borg are an alien group that appear as recurring antagonists in the Star Trek fictional universe. The Borg are cybernetic organisms (cyborgs) linked in a hive mind called “the Collective”. The Borg co-opt the technology and knowledge of other alien species to the Collective through the process of “assimilation”: forcibly transforming individual beings into “drones” by injecting nanoprobes into their bodies and surgically augmenting them with cybernetic components. The Borg’s ultimate goal is “achieving perfection”.

Aside from being recurring antagonists in the Next Generation television series, they are depicted as the main threat in the film Star Trek: First Contact. In addition, they played major roles in the Voyager series.

The Borg have become a symbol in popular culture for any juggernaut against which “resistance is futile”, a common phrase uttered by the Borg.

Origin

The origin of the Borg is never made clear, though they are portrayed as having existed for hundreds of thousands of years (as attested by Guinan and the Borg Queen). In Star Trek: First Contact, the Borg Queen merely states that the Borg were once much like humanity, “flawed and weak”, but gradually developed into a partially synthetic species in an ongoing attempt to evolve and perfect themselves.

In TNG‘s “Q Who”, Guinan mentions that the Borg are “made up of organic and artificial life […] which has been developing for […] thousands of centuries.” In the later episode of Star Trek: Voyager, “Dragon’s Teeth”, Gedrin, of the race the Vaadwaur, says that before he and his people were put into suspended animation 892 years earlier (1482 A.D.), the Borg had assimilated only a few colonies in the Delta Quadrant and were considered essentially a minor nuisance. Now awake in the 24th century, he is amazed to see that the Borg control a vast area of the Delta Quadrant. Seven of Nine comments that the Borg’s collective memories of that time period are fragmentary, though it is never established why that is.

Depiction

The Borg are cyborgs, having outward appearances showing both mechanical and biological body parts. Individual Borg are referred to as drones and move in a robotic, purposeful style ignoring most of their environment, including beings they do not consider an immediate threat. Borg commonly have one eye replaced with a sophisticated ocular implant. Borg usually have one arm replaced with a prosthesis, bearing one of a variety of multipurpose tools in place of a humanoid hand. Since different drones have different roles, the arm may be specialized for myriad purposes such as medical devices, scanners, and weapons. Borg have flat, grayish skin, giving them an almost zombie-like appearance.

Borg Collective

Borg civilization is based on a hive or group mind known as the Collective. Each Borg drone is linked to the collective by a sophisticated subspace network that ensures each member is given constant supervision and guidance. The mental energy of the group consciousness can help an injured or damaged drone heal or regenerate damaged body parts or technology. The collective consciousness gives them the ability not only to “share the same thoughts”, but also to adapt quickly to new tactics. Drones in the Collective are never seen speaking, but a collective “voice” is sometimes transmitted to ships.

Source: Wikipedia

 

BORG ASSIMILATION


 

Assimilation was the process by which the Borg added new members and new technology to the Collective.

Borg assimilation was predatory; every species the Borg encountered was assessed to determine whether its biological and/or technological distinctiveness was considered “worthy of being added to the Collective’s perfection”. If found to be so, the species was set upon and forcibly assimilated; the Collective considered the species’ will in the matter “irrelevant”. (TNG: “Q Who”, “The Best of Both Worlds”; VOY: “Mortal Coil”, et al.) When a species was assimilated, their neural pathways were restructured to link them to a single collective mind, the hive, and to augment their bodies with cybernetic technology. The end result was them becoming drones. (VOY: “Drone”)

Technique


Assimilation Tubule

Assimilation tubules, also known as injection tubules, were a pair of flexible needle-like devices that extended from the wrists (female drones and the Borg Queen) or fingers (male drones) of Borg drones. They were the first step in the assimilation process.

Once they penetrated the skin, they released a series of Borg nanoprobes, the bloodstream being the initial target. They took over the blood cell functions in a manner similar to a virus. Assimilation was almost instantaneous. (VOY: “Scorpion”) Source


During initial stages of assimilation, Borg nanoprobes began attaching themselves to the victim’s red blood cells, allowing them to circulate throughout the body. (VOY: “Scorpion”) Within minutes, the nanoprobes spread visibly through the capillaries of the victim’s skin. The victim, at this point, still retained his or her individuality and had virtually none of the Borg’s standard array of defenses. Left unchecked, the nanoprobes soon begin self-replicating and producing larger constructs that form the necessary Borg implants. The body was also injected with stabilizing metals such as lithium so the body can handle nanoprobes. Seven of Nine could remember the smell and taste of the metals. (PIC: “Mercy”) Among the first major structures assembled was the neural transceiver, allowing the Collective to tap into the victim’s mind and usurp control of his or her body. A vocal subprocessor was also installed. By this time, the new drone’s skin coloration had changed to a pale gray and mottled as some small implants began to emerge inside and outside the body. In some cases, the skin and face became at least slightly deformed due to the implants growing in and on the body. (Star Trek: First Contact; ENT: “Regeneration”; VOY: “Unimatrix Zero, Part II”) The drone was then taken to a Borg facility to have larger implants surgically installed, including tools, weapons and exoplating. (VOY: “Unimatrix Zero”)

Source

Borg Assimilation

COVID-19 VACCINATION IMPLANTATION


 

A COVID-19 vaccine is a vaccine intended to provide acquired immunity against severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS CoV 2), the virus that causes coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19).

Prior to the COVID-19 pandemic, an established body of knowledge existed about the structure and function of coronaviruses causing diseases like severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS) and Middle East respiratory syndrome (MERS). This knowledge accelerated the development of various vaccine platforms during early 2020. The initial focus of SARS-CoV-2 vaccines was on preventing symptomatic, often severe illness. On 10 January 2020, the SARS-CoV-2 genetic sequence data was shared through GISAID, and by 19 March, the global pharmaceutical industry announced a major commitment to address COVID-19. In 2020, the first COVID-19 vaccines were developed and made available to the public through emergency use authorization. Initially, most COVID-19 vaccines were two dose vaccines, with the sole exception being the single-dose Janssen COVID-19 vaccine. However, immunity from the vaccines has been found to wane over time, requiring people to get booster doses of the vaccine to maintain immunity against COVID-19.

The COVID-19 vaccines are widely credited for their role in reducing the spread of COVID-19 and reducing the severity and death caused by COVID-19. According to a June 2022 study published in The Lancet, COVID-19 vaccines prevented an additional 14.4 to 19.8 million deaths in 185 countries and territories from December 8, 2020, to December 8, 2021. Many countries implemented phased distribution plans that prioritized those at highest risk of complications, such as the elderly, and those at high risk of exposure and transmission, such as healthcare workers.

Common side effects of COVID-19 vaccines include soreness, redness, rash, inflammation at the injection site, fatigue, headache, myalgia (muscle pain), and arthralgia (joint pain), which resolve without medical treatment within a few days. COVID-19 vaccines are not associated with a higher risk of adverse effects during pregnancy or while breastfeeding. Temporary changes to the menstrual cycle in young women have been reported, although these changes are “small compared with natural variation and quickly reverse”. Serious adverse events associated COVID-19 vaccines, such as allergic reactions, are generally rare but of high interest to the public. Because COVID-19 vaccines are relatively new, new claims about possible side effects are still being made, and sometimes reports conflict.

[DUBIOUS VACCINATION STATISTICS]

As of 26 May 2022, 11.81 billion doses of COVID-19 vaccines have been administered worldwide based on official reports from national public health agencies. By December 2020, more than 10 billion vaccine doses had been preordered by countries, with about half of the doses purchased by high-income countries comprising 14% of the world’s population. Despite the extremely rapid development of effective mRNA and viral vector vaccines, worldwide vaccine equity has not been achieved. The development and use of whole inactivated virus (WIV) and protein-based vaccines have also been recommended, especially for use in developing countries.

Source: Wikipedia

SECTION INDEX


THE TRUTH

FALSE FLAGS

A false flag is a covert operation designed to deceive; the deception creates the appearance of a particular party, group, or nation being responsible for some activity, disguising the actual source of responsibility.

TREASON

“Whoever, owing allegiance to the United States, levies war against them or adheres to their enemies, giving them aid and comfort within the United States or elsewhere, is guilty of treason.”
(Official US definition)

Any US official has sworn to uphold and defend, never to subvert, the Constitution of the United States, and this is defining the US, itself, as being the continued functioning of the US Constitution. Treason is thus the supremely illegal act under US law, the act that violates any US official’s oath of office. (When treason is perpetrated by someone who is not a US official, it is still a severe crime, but less severe than it is for any US official.) The phrase “levies war against them” means war against the functioning of the Constitution that is their supreme law. “Or” means alternatively, and “adheres to their enemies” means is a follower of any person or other entity that seeks to impose a different constitution. “Enemies” is not defined — it need not be a foreign opponent; it may be a domestic opponent of the US Constitution. Thus, an American can be an enemy of the United States of America. In fact, the official definition explicitly refers ONLY to an entity “owing allegiance to the United States.” (Obviously, that especially refers to any US official.) This is how a “traitor” is understood, in US law. Obviously, the worst traitor would be one who committed the treasonous act(s) while a US official.

COVID-19 TRUTH

COVID-19 VACCINE TRUTH

WAKE UP

HUMANITY

IT WAS NEVER A VACCINE

THE TIME IS NOW:

AWAKEN HUMANITY

ARTICLE: Survey: More Than 750,000 Dead, 30 Million Injured Because of Covid Vax

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AMERICA

IT’S NOT A VACCINE

BORG ASSIMILATION


Article:
SURVEY: MORE THAN 750,000 DEAD, 30 MILLION INJURED BECAUSE OF COVID VAX


Source: The New American – June 27, 2022

 

The United States federal bodies responsible for the nation’s healthcare policies keep turning a blind eye to the devastating number of deaths and injuries associated with experimental gene therapeutics against Covid, aka Covid vaccines. All severe reactions to the shots are proclaimed “rare.” Steve Kirsch, California tech entrepreneur and founder of the Vaccine Safety Research Foundation (VSRF), has estimated that the shots have left as many as five million Americans unable to work, 30 million injured, and more than 750,000 dead, as of June 24, 2022.

According to the latest survey conducted by Pollfish on behalf of the VSRF, vaccines are associated with a very high number of adverse reactions, including lethal and life-altering ones. That means that the vaccinations should be halted immediately.

Writes Kirsch,

Our latest poll is devastating for the official narrative:

1. a 6.6% rate of heart injury,

2. 2.7% are unable to work after being vaccinated (5M people),

3. 6.3% had to be hospitalized,

4. you’re more likely to die from COVID if you’ve taken the vaccine.

5. Almost as many (77.4% to be more exact) households lost someone from the vaccines as from COVID.

He went on to remind that, according to the official data, more than one million Americans have died “from COVID,” even though it is unclear whether Covid was the primary cause of death, since Rochelle Walensky, the director of the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), admitted in January that 75 percent of Covid deaths occurred in people who had “at least four comorbidities.”

Kirsch continued:

This survey indicates that over 750,000 people died from the vaccine…. Surprisingly, the ever-vigilant CDC hasn’t found anyone who has died from the mRNA vaccines. Not a single person. So that’s a gap of 750,000 people. That’s a big gap. Someone isn’t telling you the truth.” [Emphasis in original.]

Presumably, Kirsch is being sarcastic, calling the CDC “ever-vigilant” in light of last week’s report revealing that the agency has not been analyzing its own database,  the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS), specifically designed to detect safety signals for the vaccines.

 

The other key takeaways from the poll include the following,

  1. Only 34 percent of Americans will be receiving more than two vaccine doses. That means that some 66 percent of the vaccinated are not listening to the government recommendation to stay “up-to-date” with the vaccination by taking additional doses, aka boosters.
  2. Someone died from Covid in 2.63 percent of the households, as compared to 2.03 percent of the households reporting a vaccine-related death. “This is stunning because it shows that the vaccine has killed almost as many people as the COVID virus has,” concluded Kirsch, adding, “Computed another way, there are 123M households in the US. If 2% of those experienced just one vaccine death, then that is 2.4M deaths. Even if this is overestimated by a factor of 10X, this is devastating for the vaccine narrative.”
  3. Of those over the age of 18 who received the vaccine, 2.7 percent have reported becoming unable to work. Extrapolated to the whole of the country, this translates to more than five million severely injured people. At the same time, 16.7 percent of respondents believe they have been harmed by vaccines. On a national scale, this means that there are more than 30 million vaccine-injured people.
  4. The survey shows a 6.6-percent rate of heart injuries post-vaccine, or 13.3 million injured Americans. “This is 1,000X higher than the CDC told us.… How could the CDC underestimate this severe adverse event by 3 orders of magnitude?!!?” wondered Kirsch. Then, 3.7 percent reported a person in their household with a heart condition due to the vaccine. Since there are 123 million households, this may represent as many as 4.5 million new heart conditions.
  5. Potentially 18 million people — 9.2 percent of vaccine recipients — required medical attention for injuries. Additionally, 6.3 percent, potentially representing 12 million Americans, had to be hospitalized.
  6. The vaccines are associated with the increased risk of Covid. Vaccinated people appeared to be 17 percent more likely to become infected, and were 72 percent more likely to die after getting the vaccine. “We were told the opposite by the government,” lamented Kirsch.

Regarding the poll methodology, it is noted that 500 people participated in the survey and were selected entirely at random. With a 500-sample size, the results can vary by a factor of 2 or more, so the VSRF is planning to re-run it with a larger sample size of 8,000 participants.

“But even if the rates in this survey are off by a factor of 10, these results are still devastating,” observed Kirsch.

According to OpenVAERS.com, between the vaccines’ rollout for the general public in April 2021 and June 17, 2022, VAERS had received a total of 1,307,926 reports of adverse events associated with Covid shots. Of them, 29,031 were fatal. In 164,324 cases, the vaccinee required hospitalization, and 54,306 people were left permanently disabled as an alleged result of the Covid shot. According to the CDC’s parent entity, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), VAERS reflects only a “small fraction” of all adverse reactions to vaccines and “varies wildly.” Kirsch estimates the underreported factor is 42.

Even the sheer number of adverse events that are potentially linked to the vaccines is far more than enough for the decision-makers to halt the campaign until a thorough investigation is done, according to the latest report from the World Council for Health.

Source

WAKE UP

HUMANITY

IT’S NOT A VACCINE

COVID-19 VACCINE TRUTH

HOLOCAUST TRUTH

THE HOLOCAUST
The mass murder of Jews under the German Nazi regime during the period 1941–5. More than 6 million European Jews, as well as members of other persecuted groups, were murdered at concentration camps such as Auschwitz.

THE TIME IS NOW:

AWAKEN HUMANITY

UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES SHOULD YOU TAKE ANY
(COVID-19) VACCINE OR BOOSTER AT THIS POINT.

Borg Assimilation – Borg Drones (COVID-19 Vaccine Implantation)

WAKE UP

AMERICA

IT WAS NEVER A VACCINE

BORG ASSIMILATION


Borg Drones

The Official Story

BORG DRONE


 

Borg drones made up the population of the Borg Collective.

A drone was an assimilated individual augmented with Borg technology and capable of assimilating other lifeforms and technology into the Collective. After assimilation a drone was integrated into the collective and its consciousness and that of the collective became one. A drone possessed no sense of individuality and existed only to perform its designated function within the Collective.

Physiology

Although both male and females of any susceptible species could be assimilated, Borg drones themselves were neither male nor female in a reproductive sense. (TNG: “Q Who”)

The physiology of Borg drones varied because various species were assimilated into the Collective. (Star Trek: First Contact; VOY: “Unity”, “Scorpion”, “Scorpion, Part II”, “Unimatrix Zero”)

Their organic bodies were enhanced, and some parts completely replaced, with cybernetic implants. (TNG: “The Best of Both Worlds”, “The Best of Both Worlds, Part II”; Star Trek: First Contact; VOY: “Unity”, “Scorpion”, “The Gift”)

The nature of these implants was determined by the drone’s intended function, such as medical repairs or tactical. (TNG: “Q Who”, “I Borg”; VOY: “Dark Frontier”)

Every drone was equipped with a homing device, which had its own unique translink frequency, by which it was kept in contact with the Collective through subspace transceivers, thus forming the hive mind. (VOY: “Infinite Regress”, “Dark Frontier”; ENT: “Regeneration”)

The original species of a drone was often considered by the Collective when assigning a function. (VOY: “Think Tank”)

Via nanoprobes, which were uniquely encoded for every drone, a drone was capable of assimilating others into the Borg Collective. (VOY: “One”, “Survival Instinct”)

Drones could assimilate an entire starship, replicating components to interface with local technology. (ENT: “Regeneration”; Star Trek: First Contact; VOY: “Scorpion, Part II”)

After assimilation, a drone possessed greater strength than before assimilation. (ENT: “Regeneration”)

Its organic cardiopulmonary system was reinforced. (VOY: “The Haunting of Deck Twelve”)

A drone’s body was covered with exo-plating, which could protect it from the rigors of space, among other things. (Star Trek: First Contact)

The exoskeleton of a single limb could withstand a power surge of five million gigawatts (VOY: “Revulsion”)

When equipped with an eyepiece, a drone had the ability to see everything within the EM spectrum, similar to a Federation VISOR, as well as view the nanoscale, the size of molecules, analyze every facet and dimension of any object in perfect detail, and save perfect representations of those objects in physical memory. (TNG: “I Borg”)

A drone’s eyepiece was capable of directly observing the geometry of multi-dimensional space-time. (VOY: “Relativity”)

A drone also had a personal force field which protected itself from particle beam weapons such as phasers. (TNG: “The Best of Both Worlds”; VOY: “Unity”, “Scorpion”, “Scorpion, Part II”, “Dark Frontier”; Star Trek: First Contact)

The force field could adapt itself to counteract the threat the drone was experiencing. (Star Trek: First Contact)

A drone even had the ability to survive after being frozen for at least 90 years. (ENT: “Regeneration”)

Lily Sloane, a human observer local to Earth of the 21st century, characterized Borg drones as “bionic zombies” after hearing a description of them, albeit before observing them directly. (Star Trek: First Contact)

Source

Star Trek: First Contact (1996) – Borg Attack

The Truth

COVID-19 WAS A FALSE FLAG

A false flag is a covert operation designed to deceive; the deception creates the appearance of a particular party, group, or nation being responsible for some activity, disguising the actual source of responsibility.

COVID-19 VACCINATION IS THE
ENDGAME FOR THE PREDATORY A.I.
TAKEOVER OF HUMANITY & EARTH.

HUMANITY IS IN DANGER
INTERVENTION IS REQUIRED.

SUBLIMINAL
adjective

(of a stimulus or mental process) below the threshold of sensation or consciousness; perceived by or affecting someone’s mind without their being aware of it.

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Article I:
TRANSHUMAN 101: MODERNA DECLARES COVID VACCINE TO BE AN ‘OPERATING SYSTEM’


Source: Waking Times – April 5, 2021

 

Documents obtained from Moderna reveal that the so-called vaccine being peddled by the company is actually an ‘operating system’. This startling admission confirms what vaccine skeptics have claimed – that COVID is about control, not a virus.

It won’t be lost on anyone who has done due diligence over this pandemic to see past the glib claims of paid-off politicians and compliant media that all is not as it seems.

To start, it is no coincidence that one of the key promoters of these new mRNA ‘vaccines‘ is none other than Microsoft billionaire, Bill Gates. Bill gave a Ted Talk where he boasted vaccines can help cut global population by 15 percent.

Yes he said cut population. How does that work – by deactivating these vaccine-implanted operating systems in us?

Well, psychopathic Bill couldn’t fix his Microsoft operating system to prevent endless computer viruses, so why should we trust him now that he is spearheading what is seen as a major step towards transhumanism. For those who care about what goes into their bodies, and those of their loved ones, see if you can detect something very sinister from what is being foisted upon a gullible public.

Over at The Corbett Report readers can enlighten themselves as to the very real dangers of transhumanism – the idea of a ‘fantastic future’ in which humans merge fully with machines. Transhumanists take science as their religion and believe in a philosophy of “absolute relativism” that claims that individuals can change reality at will, and they seek to “relativize the human being.”

Certainly, everyone who holds strong religious beliefs, in whatever faith, will baulk at what is far from a benign doctrine. Transhumanism is at complete enmity with Christianity, Judaism, Islam, etc.

Do we really want to sacrifice our soul simply for the sense of security from a virus infection?

Over at tapnewswire.com contributor Weaver posts the following which is alleged to be from Moderna’s documents on the new COVID-19 vaccines. It reads thus:

Enabling Drug Discovery & Development

We built Moderna on the guiding premise that if using mRNA as a medicine works for one disease, it should work for many diseases. And, if this is possible – given the right approach and infrastructure – it could meaningfully improve how medicines are discovered, developed and manufactured.

Our Operating System

Recognizing the broad potential of mRNA science, we set out to create an mRNA technology platform that functions very much like an operating system on a computer. It is designed so that it can plug and play interchangeably with different programs. In our case, the “program” or “app” is our mRNA drug – the unique mRNA sequence that codes for a protein.

We have a dedicated team of several hundred scientists and engineers solely focused on advancing Moderna’s platform technology. They are organized around key disciplines and work in an integrated fashion to advance knowledge surrounding mRNA science and solve for challenges that are unique to mRNA drug development. Some of these disciplines include mRNA biology, chemistry, formulation & delivery, bioinformatics and protein engineering.

Our MRNA Medicines – The ‘Software Of Life’

When we have a concept for a new mRNA medicine and begin research, fundamental components are already in place.

Generally, the only thing that changes from one potential mRNA medicine to another is the coding region – the actual genetic code that instructs ribosomes to make protein. Utilizing these instruction sets gives our investigational mRNA medicines a software-like quality. We also have the ability to combine different mRNA sequences encoding for different proteins in a single mRNA investigational medicine.

We are leveraging the flexibility afforded by our platform and the fundamental role mRNA plays in protein synthesis to pursue mRNA medicines for a broad spectrum of diseases.

Within a given modality, the base components are generally identical across development candidates – formulation, 5′ region and 3′ region. Only the coding region varies based on the protein/s the potential medicine is directing cells to produce.

Learn how our Research Engine and Early Development Engine are enabling us to fully maximize the promise of mRNA to meaningfully improve how medicines are discovered, developed and manufactured.

Overcoming Key Challenges

Using mRNA to create medicines is a complex undertaking and requires overcoming novel scientific and technical challenges. We need to get the mRNA into the targeted tissue and cells while evading the immune system. If the immune system is triggered, the resultant response may limit protein production and, thus, limit the therapeutic benefit of mRNA medicines. We also need ribosomes to think the mRNA was produced naturally, so they can accurately read the instructions to produce the right protein. And we need to ensure the cells express enough of the protein to have the desired therapeutic effect.

Our multidisciplinary platform teams work together closely to address these scientific and technical challenges. This intensive cross-functional collaboration has enabled us to advance key aspects of our platform and make significant strides to deliver mRNA medicines for patients.

The above may be found on Moderna’s website here.

Source

COVID-19 VACCINE TRUTH

Article II:
DOCTOR EXPRESSES CONCERN OVER TRANSHUMANISM AND NEW MRNA AND DNA VACCINE TECHNOLOGY


Source: Waking Times – August 20, 2020

 

The transhumanist movement believes that human beings, as we exist in our current form, do not represent the complete evolution of our species, which, over time, should evolve to include a merger with technology. Doing so will supposedly give us longevity and ability far beyond what is possible today. Highly controversial, transhumanism is moving forward without much of a debate, without consensus, and without regulation, and the singularity is rapidly approaching, whether you like it or not.

There are concerned scientists and doctors whose understanding of the human body and medical developments leads them to believe that the risks of such a future are worth discussing now.

Dr. Carrie Madej is one such physician, and in a recent video, she shares her perspective on what it means to go from Human 1.0 to Human 2.0, describes transhumanism, and voices her concern over the risks of mRNA and DNA vaccines.

A short bio on Dr. Madej:

Dr. Carrie Madej, DO is a Internal Medicine Specialist in McDonough, GA and has over 19 years of experience in the medical field. She graduated from Kansas City Univ Of Medicine Bioscience College Of Osteopathic Medicine medical school in 2001. She is affiliated with medical facilities Piedmont Fayette Hospital and Southern Regional Medical Center.” [Source]

On the journey towards transhumanism is the possibility of genetically modifying human beings through vaccines, which goes above and beyond any implantable or wearable technology in this pursuit. If these vaccines indeed lead to any genetic modification, the altered genetic code of the host would be passed on to subsequent generations, which is highly controversial Bill Gates has recently pointed out that new vaccines being developed for Covid-19 will likely use mRNA and DNA technology, which again, has never been approved for human use. In regards to potential side effects of these vaccines, even Modern, the leading developer for a Covid vaccine, has directly expressed their concern in a white paper on the subject.

In Dr. Madej’s presentation she thoughtfully and clearly explains the reasons for her concern.

I investigated the proposed Covid-19 vaccine, and this is my alarm call to the world. I looked at the pros and cons, and it frightens me, and I want you to know about this, you need to be very well informed because this new vaccine is not like your normal flu vaccine. This is something very different. This is something brand new. This is something completely experimental on the human race. And it’s not just about being a different vaccine, there are technologies that are being introduced with this vaccine that can change we live, who we are, and what we are, very quickly.” ~Dr. Carrie Madej

She goes on to explain how these vaccinations can be administered without the traditional use of an injection, instead possibly being deployed with stickers, similar to band-aids, and how this connects to associated patents and other emerging technology.

Watch the following video if you’re interested in better understanding this complex issue, and please decide for yourself.


VIEW DR.CARRIE MADEJ’S PRESENTATION
[BITCHUTE]


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COVID-19 TRUTH

BORG TRUTH

WAKE UP

HUMANITY

IT WAS NEVER A VACCINE

THE TIME IS NOW:

AWAKEN HUMANITY

UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES SHOULD YOU TAKE ANY
(COVID-19) VACCINE OR BOOSTER AT THIS POINT.

Earth Assimilation – Section 2 – Borg Assimilation (Experimental MRNA COVID-19 Vaccination)

GLOBAL GENOCIDE 2025

SECTION 2

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The Official Story

THE BORG (STAR TREK)


 

The Borg are an alien group that appear as recurring antagonists in the Star Trek fictional universe. The Borg are cybernetic organisms (cyborgs) linked in a hive mind called “the Collective”. The Borg co-opt the technology and knowledge of other alien species to the Collective through the process of “assimilation”: forcibly transforming individual beings into “drones” by injecting nanoprobes into their bodies and surgically augmenting them with cybernetic components. The Borg’s ultimate goal is “achieving perfection”.

Aside from being recurring antagonists in the Next Generation television series, they are depicted as the main threat in the film Star Trek: First Contact. In addition, they played major roles in the Voyager series.

The Borg have become a symbol in popular culture for any juggernaut against which “resistance is futile”, a common phrase uttered by the Borg.

Concept

The Borg represented a new antagonist and regular enemy which had been lacking during the first season of TNG; the Klingons were allies and the Romulans mostly absent. The Ferengi were originally intended as the new enemy for the United Federation of Planets, but their comical appearance failed to portray them as a convincing threat. The Borg, however, with their frightening appearance, their immense power, and their sinister motive, became the signature villains for the TNG and Voyager eras of Star Trek. In Voyager episode “Q2”, even the near-omnipotent Q tells his son, “Don’t provoke the Borg.”

Star Trek: The Next Generation (TNG) writers began to develop the idea of the Borg as early as the Season 1 episode, “Conspiracy”, which introduced a coercive, symbiotic life form that took over key Federation personnel. Plans to feature the Borg as an increasingly menacing threat were subsequently scrapped in favor of a more subtle introduction, beginning with the mystery of missing colonies on both sides of the Neutral Zone in “The Neutral Zone” and culminating in the encounter between Borg and the Enterprise crew in “Q Who”.

Origin

The origin of the Borg is never made clear, though they are portrayed as having existed for hundreds of thousands of years (as attested by Guinan and the Borg Queen). In Star Trek: First Contact, the Borg Queen merely states that the Borg were once much like humanity, “flawed and weak”, but gradually developed into a partially synthetic species in an ongoing attempt to evolve and perfect themselves.

In TNG‘s “Q Who”, Guinan mentions that the Borg are “made up of organic and artificial life […] which has been developing for […] thousands of centuries.” In the later episode of Star Trek: Voyager, “Dragon’s Teeth”, Gedrin, of the race the Vaadwaur, says that before he and his people were put into suspended animation 892 years earlier (1482 A.D.), the Borg had assimilated only a few colonies in the Delta Quadrant and were considered essentially a minor nuisance. Now awake in the 24th century, he is amazed to see that the Borg control a vast area of the Delta Quadrant. Seven of Nine comments that the Borg’s collective memories of that time period are fragmentary, though it is never established why that is.

Depiction

The Borg are cyborgs, having outward appearances showing both mechanical and biological body parts. Individual Borg are referred to as drones and move in a robotic, purposeful style ignoring most of their environment, including beings they do not consider an immediate threat. Borg commonly have one eye replaced with a sophisticated ocular implant. Borg usually have one arm replaced with a prosthesis, bearing one of a variety of multipurpose tools in place of a humanoid hand. Since different drones have different roles, the arm may be specialized for myriad purposes such as medical devices, scanners, and weapons. Borg have flat, grayish skin, giving them an almost zombie-like appearance.

Some Borg have been shown to be far stronger than humans, able to easily overpower most humans and similar species. Typical Borg have never been seen to run, instead moving in a deliberate fashion, never retreating. Borg are highly resistant to energy-based weapons, having personal shielding that quickly adapts to them. In various episodes, phasers and other directed energy weapons tend to quickly become ineffective as the Borg are able to adapt to the specific frequencies on which these weapons are projected once a ship or an individual drone is struck down by them. Later attempts to modulate phaser and other weapon frequencies have had limited success. Borg shields are ineffective protection against projectile or melee weapons, and several have been defeated in this way, or through hand-to-hand combat.

Borg possess a “cortical node” that controls other implanted cybernetic devices within a Borg’s body; it is most often implanted in the forehead above the organic eye. If the cortical node fails, the Borg eventually dies. Successful replacement of the node can be carried out on a Borg vessel.

Borg Collective

Borg civilization is based on a hive or group mind known as the Collective. Each Borg drone is linked to the collective by a sophisticated subspace network that ensures each member is given constant supervision and guidance. The mental energy of the group consciousness can help an injured or damaged drone heal or regenerate damaged body parts or technology. The collective consciousness gives them the ability not only to “share the same thoughts”, but also to adapt quickly to new tactics. Drones in the Collective are never seen speaking, but a collective “voice” is sometimes transmitted to ships.

“Resistance is futile”

Individual Borg rarely speak, although they do send a collective audio message to their targets, stating that “resistance is futile”, often followed by a declaration that the target in question will be assimilated and its “biological and technological distinctiveness” will be added to their own. The exact phrasing varies and evolves over the various series episodes and film.

In Star Trek: First Contact, the voice of the Borg is spoken by Jeff Coopwood. The Borg’s warning is:

We are the Borg. Lower your shields and surrender your ships. We will add your biological and technological distinctiveness to our own. Your culture will adapt to service us. Resistance is futile.

Borg appearances

The Borg were introduced on syndicated television on May 8, 1989, in the Star Trek: The Next Generation episode “Q Who”, and rose to further prominence in the two-part cliffhanger “Best of Both Worlds, Part I”, which aired on June 18, 1990, with the sequel airing on September 24, 1990. In the Star Trek in-universe timeline, the earliest the Borg have been displayed is in 1996’s Star Trek: First Contact.

Overall, Borg aliens appear in a total of about a hundred episodes of various incarnations of Star Trek. This number includes all episodes featuring Seven of Nine, a former Borg drone; discounting these appearances, the Borg appear in six episodes of Star Trek: The Next Generation, one episode of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, 23 episodes of Star Trek: Voyager, and one episode of Star Trek: Enterprise.

Voyager

The Borg make frequent appearances in Star Trek: Voyager, which takes place in the Delta Quadrant. The Borg are first seen by Voyager in the third-season episode “Blood Fever” in which Chakotay discovers the body of what the local humanoids refer to as “the Invaders”; which turns out to be the Borg. In “Scorpion”, the Borg are engaged in a war of attrition against Species 8472, whose biological defences are a match for the Borg’s nanoprobes. In one of the few instances of the Borg negotiating, in exchange for safe passage through Borg space, the Voyager crew devises a way to destroy the otherwise invulnerable Species 8472. A Borg drone, Seven of Nine, is dispatched to Voyager to facilitate this arrangement. After successfully driving Species 8472 back into their fluidic space, Seven of Nine is severed from the Collective and becomes a member of Voyager‘s crew. Seven of Nine’s rediscovery of her individuality becomes a recurring theme throughout the series.

The Hollywood Reporter ranked “Scorpion” as the 4th best episode of Voyager in 2016, and the 37th best Star Trek episode. In 2017, Den of Geek rated “Scorpion” among the top 50 Star Trek episodes overall.

In the fifth season, we see the Borg in “Drone”, where an advanced Borg drone is created when Seven of Nine’s nanoprobes are fused with the Doctor’s mobile emitter in a transporter accident. The Borg play a peripheral role in “Infinite Regress”, when Seven of Nine is exposed to a weapon against the Borg that essentially causes her to suffer from multiple personality disorder (MPD), reverting to the personas of various people she assimilated while in the Collective. In “Dark Frontier”, Voyager steals and uses a transwarp coil to both rescue Seven of Nine from the Borg Queen and then cut another fifteen years off their journey home before the coil burns out.

Juliette Harrisson writing for Den of Geek in 2017, gave actress Susanna Thompson and Alice Krige as Borg Queens an honorable mention in a ranking of best guest stars on Star Trek: Voyager.

In the sixth season episode, “Collective”, the crew of Voyager encounter a damaged cube that is holding Tom Paris, Neelix, Harry Kim and Chakotay hostage. With all the adult drones dead, the ship is run by five Borg children who are saved by Voyager and deassimilated. The later episode “Child’s Play” reveals that the cube was infected by a pathogen that Icheb, one of the children, had been engineered to act as a host for by his parents, but the crew rescue Icheb before he can be sent back to the Borg. The crew encounter the Borg again in “Unimatrix Zero”, a two-part cliffhanger between seasons six and seven.

In “Q2”, Q’s son brings several Borg cubes and drones into conflict with Voyager as a way for his amusement, before Q rescues them and warns his son not to provoke the Borg. In “Shattered”, a freak accident allows Chakotay to travel to various time periods in the ship’s history, including the events depicted in “Scorpion”, where he interacts with the full drone Seven. In the series finale, “Endgame”, a future Admiral Janeway tries to bring Voyager back to Earth using a Borg transwarp hub. During this episode, she infects the Borg with a neurolytic pathogen which infects the collective and kills the Queen.

There are 26 major episodes featuring the Borg in Voyager, however there are about 100 if counting those with Seven of Nine.

Source: Wikipedia

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According to statistics published by the CDC, 222,123,223 people in the U.S. are now fully vaccinated with COVID-19 shots, about two thirds of the population. (Source.)

78% of the population has had at least one COVID-19 shot, which means a significant number of people stopped getting the shots after receiving one, and that percentage continues to drop with the boosters.

593,739,529 COVID-19 shots have been administered during the past 18 months, producing 1,307,928 reports of deaths and injuries filed in the national Vaccine Adverse Events Reporting System (VAERS). (Source.)

That means for every 454 COVID-19 experimental shots injected into people, an adverse event was recorded in VAERS (it is probably much higher than that, but these are the ones the CDC decided to release to the public in the VAERS database).

By way of contrast, data collected by the National Vaccine Injury Compensation Program between the years 2006 and 2014 report that 2,532,428,541 doses of all FDA-approved vaccines were injected into people during that 9-year period (source), which produced 272,905 cases of injuries and deaths reported to VAERS. (Source.)

That means for every 9,280 vaccines administered during the years from 2006 through 2014, an adverse event was recorded in VAERS.

That is a tragic number for vaccine victims in an industry that cannot be sued for damages from their vaccine products, but it pales in comparison to how deadly the COVID-19 vaccines have been.

There has been a 2000% increase in adverse events recorded in VAERS following the COVID-19 shots.

Just looking at reported deaths in VAERS, a death was reported for every 20,452 COVID-19 vaccine administered, whereas between 2006 and 2014 a death was reported for every 1,146,414 FDA approved vaccine administered.

That is 56 times more deaths following COVID-19 vaccines.

And they keep on injecting people with them, including now infants as young as 6 months old.

These are government stats people. This is what they admit to. How much worse are the actual deaths and injuries following COVID-19 shots, and what does that mean for our country?

We are just beginning to find out as life and health insurance benefit payouts skyrocketed in 2021 when the vaccines rolled out, and birth rates declined.

We are now a year and half into the Population Reduction program the Globalists are implementing, and unless there is a massive uprising and resistance movement, it is all down hill from here, as they begin Phase II with the MonkeyPox fear campaign and millions of doses of untested vaccines ready to go.

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Borg Assimilation – 2.0 – Assimilation Technique

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BORG ASSIMILATION


 

Assimilation was the process by which the Borg added new members and new technology to the Collective.

Borg assimilation was predatory; every species the Borg encountered was assessed to determine whether its biological and/or technological distinctiveness was considered “worthy of being added to the Collective’s perfection”. If found to be so, the species was set upon and forcibly assimilated; the Collective considered the species’ will in the matter “irrelevant”. (TNG: “Q Who”, “The Best of Both Worlds”; VOY: “Mortal Coil”, et al.) When a species was assimilated, their neural pathways were restructured to link them to a single collective mind, the hive, and to augment their bodies with cybernetic technology. The end result was them becoming drones. (VOY: “Drone”)

By the 2370s, the Borg had assimilated thousands of species. As of the 24th century, the only species known to have been considered unworthy of assimilation were the Kazon, as the Borg believed that assimilating them would detract from their goal of becoming perfect. (VOY: “Drone”, “Mortal Coil”)

Assimilation Tubule

Assimilation tubules, also known as injection tubules, were a pair of flexible needle-like devices that extended from the wrists (female drones and the Borg Queen) or fingers (male drones) of Borg drones. They were the first step in the assimilation process.

Once they penetrated the skin, they released a series of Borg nanoprobes, the bloodstream being the initial target. They took over the blood cell functions in a manner similar to a virus. Assimilation was almost instantaneous. (VOY: “Scorpion”)

Source

Technique

During initial stages of assimilation, Borg nanoprobes began attaching themselves to the victim’s red blood cells, allowing them to circulate throughout the body. (VOY: “Scorpion”) Within minutes, the nanoprobes spread visibly through the capillaries of the victim’s skin. The victim, at this point, still retained his or her individuality and had virtually none of the Borg’s standard array of defenses. Left unchecked, the nanoprobes soon begin self-replicating and producing larger constructs that form the necessary Borg implants. The body was also injected with stabilizing metals such as lithium so the body can handle nanoprobes. Seven of Nine could remember the smell and taste of the metals. (PIC: “Mercy”) Among the first major structures assembled was the neural transceiver, allowing the Collective to tap into the victim’s mind and usurp control of his or her body. A vocal subprocessor was also installed. By this time, the new drone’s skin coloration had changed to a pale gray and mottled as some small implants began to emerge inside and outside the body. In some cases, the skin and face became at least slightly deformed due to the implants growing in and on the body. (Star Trek: First Contact; ENT: “Regeneration”; VOY: “Unimatrix Zero, Part II”) The drone was then taken to a Borg facility to have larger implants surgically installed, including tools, weapons and exoplating. (VOY: “Unimatrix Zero”)

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Borg Assimilation – 2.1 – Borg Infant (Star Trek: Voyager – 6×16 – Collective)

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STAR TREK: VOYAGER – 6×16 – COLLECTIVE


 

Chakotay, Harry Kim, Tom Paris and Neelix are taken hostage when the Delta Flyer is captured by a Borg cube. However, the cube is littered with dead drones and controlled solely by a small group of unmatured Borg children who were left behind, unworthy of re-assimilation. The underdeveloped drones attempt to assimilate their captives, while Captain Janeway sends Seven of Nine to negotiate.

Star Trek: Voyager – 6×16 – “Collective” (Trailer)

STAR TREK: VOYAGER – “COLLECTIVE”
PRODUCTION DETAILS

Episode no.:Season 6
Episode 16
Directed by:Allison Liddi
Story by:Andrew Shepard Price
Mark Gaberman
Written by:Michael Taylor
Original air date:February 16, 2000

PLOT SUMMARY

During an away mission, the Delta Flyer is intercepted by a Borg cube. Chakotay, Paris and Neelix find themselves in what appears to be an assimilation chamber. A partially assimilated body with crude Borg implants lies on a table in the center of the room. Harry Kim, who was knocked unconscious during the initial encounter, is still aboard the Delta Flyer, which is inside the Borg cube.

Voyager locates the Delta Flyer and the disabled Borg cube. The Borg’s erratic attack strategy allows Voyager to disable the cube’s weapons array, and Seven detects only five Borg signatures aboard the cube. The Borg agree to return the captured crew members in exchange for Voyager‘s navigational deflector, which would leave Voyager without warp propulsion. Seven surmises the Borg want the deflector to contact the Collective.

While stalling the Borg, Janeway sends Seven to their ship to confirm that the captured crew members are unharmed. Seven discovers the drones aboard the cube are all dead, except for five children, who believe the Borg will rescue them once their link is re-established. Seven returns to Voyager with a dead adult drone. The Doctor discovers that a space-borne virus killed it. The immature drones were unaffected by the virus because they were protected while inside the maturation chambers. Mechanical malfunctions later opened their chambers prematurely. The Doctor also discovers that if the pathogen is revived, it could be used to neutralize the drone children. Janeway considers weaponizing the virus against other Borg, an idea the Doctor opposes.

Because Voyager cannot give up its deflector, Janeway offers Seven’s technical services in repairing the cube’s technology. A Borg child threatens Janeway, saying the repairs must be completed in two hours or else a hostage will be killed. Meanwhile, Kim regains consciousness inside the Delta Flyer and contacts Voyager. Seven attempts to break the Borg children away from the Collective and persuade them to join Voyager‘s crew.

While working on the cube’s repairs, Seven discovers that the Collective deliberately ignored the drones’ distress call, considering them irrelevant and damaged. Their link to the Collective was permanently severed. The drone children were unable to decrypt the Collective’s reply that they were unworthy of re-assimilation. Meanwhile, Kim is captured and awakens to raw-looking implants on his face. “First” (the unnamed leader of the Borg children) grows frustrated and demands that Voyager turn over their deflector immediately. Seven tells the drone children that the Collective will never return for them and that their distress call was purposely ignored.

Voyager successfully beams Chakotay, Paris and Neelix back onto Voyager, but Seven and Kim are held in a shielded area. Angered, First violently attacks Seven, but his Second pulls him away. As the cube’s transwarp core destabilizes, Seven orders evacuation. However, First refuses to leave and is lethally shocked and knocked off his feet. Seven comforts him as he dies, though he remains defiant, proclaiming, “We are Borg.”

Back aboard Voyager, the Doctor successfully removes Kim’s and the children’s Borg implants. Seven partially salvages the cube’s database, including the surviving children’s original assimilation profiles. The children discover their real names are Icheb, Mezoti, Azan, and Rebi.

Source: Wikipedia

 

Borg Maturation Chamber


 

A maturation chamber, also informally known as a Borg nursery, was a device used by the Borg Collective to accelerate the development of adolescent humanoids until they were ready to service the Collective as drones. Among those who were placed in such chambers were Annika Hansen (Seven of Nine), Icheb, Maryl and a young boy Seven of Nine met in Unimatrix Zero. (TNG: “Q Who”; VOY: “Collective”; VOY: “Unimatrix Zero”)

Children assimilated by the Borg were placed in maturation chambers where they spent the following seventeen cycles. Once a drone disengaged from a maturation chamber, it would await instruction from the Collective, in order to gain a designation and a purpose. (VOY: “Mortal Coil”, “Drone”)

Maturation chambers were first encountered in 2365, when Commander William Riker, Lieutenant Commander Data, and Lieutenant Worf beamed aboard a damaged Borg cube to investigate after its initial attack upon the USS Enterprise-D. Riker referred to the chambers as a “nursery”. This “nursery” consisted of several drawers in the wall, each containing an infant in an early stage of assimilation. The Borg infants did not exhibit either the extensive implants or the body armor of mature drones, nor was it known at the time if Borg infants required food sources other than the electricity consumed by adults. (TNG: “Q Who”)

At the time “Q Who” was produced, the back story regarding the Borg increasing their numbers through assimilation was not yet developed. Therefore, Riker’s description of the nursery indicates that the Borg reproduced with each other, their babies born as organic lifeforms, and then (after birth) enhanced with mechanical devices. This was later disproved by several episodes of Star Trek: Voyager, which stated that the Borg expand their numbers through assimilation only (see Seven of Nine’s quote about the fetal Borg below, for example), capturing babies and children and then placing them in maturation chambers to accelerate their growth.

After assimilating The Doctor’s mobile emitter and sampling DNA from Ensign Mulchaey in 2375, Seven of Nine’s nanoprobes created a modified maturation chamber in one of USS Voyager‘s science labs. When Seven of Nine saw a fetal Borg drone inside this chamber, she indicated that this was unusual, saying, “I don’t understand. The Borg assimilate. They do not reproduce in this fashion.” The growth rate of this drone, known as One, was twenty-five times faster than normal. The chamber was protected by a force field. (VOY: “Drone”)

It remains unknown how the implantation of Borg devices affects the growth of infants to maturity – namely, whether immature drones need to have their implants upgraded, or if said implants adapt to physiological changes in the drone.

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HOLLYWOOD PREDICTIVE PROGRAMMING

Predictive Programming is the concept whereby conspirators plan a false flag operation, they hide references to it in the popular media before the atrocity takes place; when the event occurs, the public has softened up, and therefore passively accepts it rather than offering resistance or opposition.

FALSE FLAG

A false flag is a covert operation designed to deceive; the deception creates the appearance of a particular party, group, or nation being responsible for some activity, disguising the actual source of responsibility.

SUBLIMINAL
adjective

(of a stimulus or mental process) below the threshold of sensation or consciousness; perceived by or affecting someone’s mind without their being aware of it.

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Borg Assimilation – 2.2 – Male Child Borg (Star Trek: Voyager – 6×16 – Collective)

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Male Child Borg
“First”

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The Official Story

STAR TREK: VOYAGER – 6×16 – COLLECTIVE


 

Chakotay, Harry Kim, Tom Paris and Neelix are taken hostage when the Delta Flyer is captured by a Borg cube. However, the cube is littered with dead drones and controlled solely by a small group of unmatured Borg children who were left behind, unworthy of re-assimilation. The underdeveloped drones attempt to assimilate their captives, while Captain Janeway sends Seven of Nine to negotiate.

Star Trek: Voyager – 6×16 – “Collective” (Trailer)

STAR TREK: VOYAGER – “COLLECTIVE”
PRODUCTION DETAILS

Episode no.:Season 6
Episode 16
Directed by:Allison Liddi
Story by:Andrew Shepard Price
Mark Gaberman
Written by:Michael Taylor
Original air date:February 16, 2000

PLOT SUMMARY

During an away mission, the Delta Flyer is intercepted by a Borg cube. Chakotay, Paris and Neelix find themselves in what appears to be an assimilation chamber. A partially assimilated body with crude Borg implants lies on a table in the center of the room. Harry Kim, who was knocked unconscious during the initial encounter, is still aboard the Delta Flyer, which is inside the Borg cube.

Voyager locates the Delta Flyer and the disabled Borg cube. The Borg’s erratic attack strategy allows Voyager to disable the cube’s weapons array, and Seven detects only five Borg signatures aboard the cube. The Borg agree to return the captured crew members in exchange for Voyager‘s navigational deflector, which would leave Voyager without warp propulsion. Seven surmises the Borg want the deflector to contact the Collective.

While stalling the Borg, Janeway sends Seven to their ship to confirm that the captured crew members are unharmed. Seven discovers the drones aboard the cube are all dead, except for five children, who believe the Borg will rescue them once their link is re-established. Seven returns to Voyager with a dead adult drone. The Doctor discovers that a space-borne virus killed it. The immature drones were unaffected by the virus because they were protected while inside the maturation chambers. Mechanical malfunctions later opened their chambers prematurely. The Doctor also discovers that if the pathogen is revived, it could be used to neutralize the drone children. Janeway considers weaponizing the virus against other Borg, an idea the Doctor opposes.

Because Voyager cannot give up its deflector, Janeway offers Seven’s technical services in repairing the cube’s technology. A Borg child threatens Janeway, saying the repairs must be completed in two hours or else a hostage will be killed. Meanwhile, Kim regains consciousness inside the Delta Flyer and contacts Voyager. Seven attempts to break the Borg children away from the Collective and persuade them to join Voyager‘s crew.

While working on the cube’s repairs, Seven discovers that the Collective deliberately ignored the drones’ distress call, considering them irrelevant and damaged. Their link to the Collective was permanently severed. The drone children were unable to decrypt the Collective’s reply that they were unworthy of re-assimilation. Meanwhile, Kim is captured and awakens to raw-looking implants on his face. “First” (the unnamed leader of the Borg children) grows frustrated and demands that Voyager turn over their deflector immediately. Seven tells the drone children that the Collective will never return for them and that their distress call was purposely ignored.

Voyager successfully beams Chakotay, Paris and Neelix back onto Voyager, but Seven and Kim are held in a shielded area. Angered, First violently attacks Seven, but his Second pulls him away. As the cube’s transwarp core destabilizes, Seven orders evacuation. However, First refuses to leave and is lethally shocked and knocked off his feet. Seven comforts him as he dies, though he remains defiant, proclaiming, “We are Borg.”

Back aboard Voyager, the Doctor successfully removes Kim’s and the children’s Borg implants. Seven partially salvages the cube’s database, including the surviving children’s original assimilation profiles. The children discover their real names are Icheb, Mezoti, Azan, and Rebi.

Source: Wikipedia

 

First (Male Borg Child)


 

‘First’ was the leader of a group of five Borg children who were stranded in space. Their cube had become disabled following the deaths of the adult Borg, and the children were disconnected from the Borg Collective.

‘First’ and his group had captured USS Voyager officers Tom Paris, Chakotay and Neelix, and were holding them hostage in exchange for Voyager‘s deflector dish. Seven of Nine tried to explain to ‘First’ that he and the Borg children were not going to be rescued by the Borg, since their distress signal was ignored. ‘First’ became so enraged that he tried to kill Seven, but was stopped by the other children.

‘First’ refused to evacuate the cube when its power induction grid became unstable. He was electrocuted and died when he attempted to fix it. His last words were the Borg mantra “We are Borg,” to which Seven responded: “Yes, we are Borg.” (VOY: “Collective”)

Source

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HOLLYWOOD PREDICTIVE PROGRAMMING

Predictive Programming is the concept whereby conspirators plan a false flag operation, they hide references to it in the popular media before the atrocity takes place; when the event occurs, the public has softened up, and therefore passively accepts it rather than offering resistance or opposition.

FALSE FLAG

A false flag is a covert operation designed to deceive; the deception creates the appearance of a particular party, group, or nation being responsible for some activity, disguising the actual source of responsibility.

SUBLIMINAL
adjective

(of a stimulus or mental process) below the threshold of sensation or consciousness; perceived by or affecting someone’s mind without their being aware of it.

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Borg Assimilation – 2.3 – Female Child Borg (Star Trek: Voyager – 6×16 – Collective)

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Female Child Borg
“Mezoti”

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The Official Story

STAR TREK: VOYAGER – 6×16 – COLLECTIVE


 

Chakotay, Harry Kim, Tom Paris and Neelix are taken hostage when the Delta Flyer is captured by a Borg cube. However, the cube is littered with dead drones and controlled solely by a small group of unmatured Borg children who were left behind, unworthy of re-assimilation. The underdeveloped drones attempt to assimilate their captives, while Captain Janeway sends Seven of Nine to negotiate.

Star Trek: Voyager – 6×16 – “Collective” (Trailer)

STAR TREK: VOYAGER – “COLLECTIVE”
PRODUCTION DETAILS

Episode no.:Season 6
Episode 16
Directed by:Allison Liddi
Story by:Andrew Shepard Price
Mark Gaberman
Written by:Michael Taylor
Original air date:February 16, 2000

PLOT SUMMARY

During an away mission, the Delta Flyer is intercepted by a Borg cube. Chakotay, Paris and Neelix find themselves in what appears to be an assimilation chamber. A partially assimilated body with crude Borg implants lies on a table in the center of the room. Harry Kim, who was knocked unconscious during the initial encounter, is still aboard the Delta Flyer, which is inside the Borg cube.

Voyager locates the Delta Flyer and the disabled Borg cube. The Borg’s erratic attack strategy allows Voyager to disable the cube’s weapons array, and Seven detects only five Borg signatures aboard the cube. The Borg agree to return the captured crew members in exchange for Voyager‘s navigational deflector, which would leave Voyager without warp propulsion. Seven surmises the Borg want the deflector to contact the Collective.

While stalling the Borg, Janeway sends Seven to their ship to confirm that the captured crew members are unharmed. Seven discovers the drones aboard the cube are all dead, except for five children, who believe the Borg will rescue them once their link is re-established. Seven returns to Voyager with a dead adult drone. The Doctor discovers that a space-borne virus killed it. The immature drones were unaffected by the virus because they were protected while inside the maturation chambers. Mechanical malfunctions later opened their chambers prematurely. The Doctor also discovers that if the pathogen is revived, it could be used to neutralize the drone children. Janeway considers weaponizing the virus against other Borg, an idea the Doctor opposes.

Because Voyager cannot give up its deflector, Janeway offers Seven’s technical services in repairing the cube’s technology. A Borg child threatens Janeway, saying the repairs must be completed in two hours or else a hostage will be killed. Meanwhile, Kim regains consciousness inside the Delta Flyer and contacts Voyager. Seven attempts to break the Borg children away from the Collective and persuade them to join Voyager‘s crew.

While working on the cube’s repairs, Seven discovers that the Collective deliberately ignored the drones’ distress call, considering them irrelevant and damaged. Their link to the Collective was permanently severed. The drone children were unable to decrypt the Collective’s reply that they were unworthy of re-assimilation. Meanwhile, Kim is captured and awakens to raw-looking implants on his face. “First” (the unnamed leader of the Borg children) grows frustrated and demands that Voyager turn over their deflector immediately. Seven tells the drone children that the Collective will never return for them and that their distress call was purposely ignored.

Voyager successfully beams Chakotay, Paris and Neelix back onto Voyager, but Seven and Kim are held in a shielded area. Angered, First violently attacks Seven, but his Second pulls him away. As the cube’s transwarp core destabilizes, Seven orders evacuation. However, First refuses to leave and is lethally shocked and knocked off his feet. Seven comforts him as he dies, though he remains defiant, proclaiming, “We are Borg.”

Back aboard Voyager, the Doctor successfully removes Kim’s and the children’s Borg implants. Seven partially salvages the cube’s database, including the surviving children’s original assimilation profiles. The children discover their real names are Icheb, Mezoti, Azan, and Rebi.

Source: Wikipedia

 

Mezoti (Female Borg Child)


 

Mezoti was a Norcadian female former Borg drone, and a Delta Quadrant native who lived during the late 24th century.

Life as a Borg drone

Mezoti was assimilated early in her life by the Borg. At the age of eight, in 2376, Mezoti was considered to be a neonatal drone, while maturing aboard a Borg cube.

That year, her cube was disabled by a pathogen that killed all the adult drones. She and five other young drones – First, Icheb, Azan, Rebi, and a prenatal drone – were disconnected from the Collective and prematurely released from the maturation chambers after they went offline.

They captured the Delta Flyer with Chakotay, Tom Paris, Harry Kim, and Neelix on board. The five Borg children demanded USS Voyager‘s deflector array in exchange for the hostages. The deflector array would have allowed them to contact the Borg, but would have left Voyager unable to go to warp.

Seven of Nine came aboard the ship from Voyager, and observed that the drones were incomplete, notably having not yet formed their thoracic nodes. As such, she attempted to take control of the group, but was rebuffed by First. After she was taken to the hostages, Mezoti noticed that Paris was attempting to disconnect the security field they were held in. She shot Tom Paris and justified it as him having “learned a lesson”.

Later, when encountered by Captain Kathryn Janeway, Mezoti was immediately recognized as being a Norcadian. Thereafter, Seven discovered that the Borg Collective had already received a distress call from the cube, but had determined the children to be irrelevant and had not dispatched any other ships to reconnect them to the hive mind. After the children realized this, they decided to leave the cube. (VOY: “Collective”)

She would later recall feeling afraid and alone upon her disconnection. (VOY: “The Haunting of Deck Twelve”)

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BORG CUBE


 

The Borg are a spacefaring race, and their primary interstellar transport and combat vessel is known as a “Borg Cube” due to its shape. A cube was first seen during the Borg’s introduction in the Next Generation episode “Q Who”, which established the vessel as vastly exceeding the capability of the Enterprise – the main ship of the series and Federation flagship – to defend against or escape it without outside intervention. The episode “The Best of Both Worlds” and the film Star Trek: First Contact both depict single cubes as critical military threats, capable of fighting or defeating an entire fleet of ships.

Common capabilities of cubes include high speed warp and transwarp drives, self-regeneration and multiple-redundant systems, adaptability in combat, and various energy weapons as well as tractor beams and cutting beams. As with most other Star Trek races, the Borg have transporter capability. Cubes are also distinguished by their immense size and lack of streamlined aesthetic.

Different types and size of Cubes have appeared, as well as Borg Spheres and some smaller craft.

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Star Trek: Borg Cube (Extended Breakdown)

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Star Trek: Voyager

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STAR TREK: VOYAGER (1995-2001)
[UPN]


 

Star Trek: Voyager is an American science fiction television series created by Rick Berman, Michael Piller, and Jeri Taylor. It originally aired from January 16, 1995, to May 23, 2001, on UPN, lasting for 172 episodes over seven seasons. It is the fifth series in the Star Trek franchise. Set in the 24th century, when Earth is part of a United Federation of Planets, it follows the adventures of the Starfleet vessel USS Voyager as it attempts to return home to the Alpha Quadrant after being stranded in the Delta Quadrant on the far side of the Milky Way galaxy.

Paramount Pictures commissioned the series following the termination of Star Trek: The Next Generation to accompany the ongoing Star Trek: Deep Space Nine. They wanted it to help launch UPN, their newly established network. Berman, Piller, and Taylor devised the series to chronologically overlap with Deep Space Nine and to maintain thematic continuity with elements that had been introduced in The Next Generation and Deep Space Nine. The complex relationship between Starfleet and ex-Federation colonists known as the Maquis was one such element and a persistent central theme. Voyager was the first Star Trek series to feature a female commanding officer, Captain Kathryn Janeway (Kate Mulgrew), as the lead character. Berman served as head executive producer in charge of the overall production, assisted by a series of executive producers: Piller, Taylor, Brannon Braga, and Kenneth Biller.

Set in a different part of the galaxy from preceding Star Trek shows, Voyager gave the series’ writers space to introduce new alien species as recurring characters, namely the Kazon, Vidiians, Hirogen, and Species 8472. During the later seasons, the Borg—a species created for The Next Generation—were introduced as the main antagonists. During Voyager’s run, various episode novelisations and tie-in video games were produced; after it ended, various novels continued the series narrative.

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STAR TREK: VOYAGER (1995-2001)
PRODUCTION DETAILS

Created by:Rick Berman
Michael Piller
Jeri Taylor
Based on:Star Trek by Gene Roddenberry
No. of Seasons:7
No. of Episodes:172
Executive Producers:Rick Berman

Showrunners
Michael Piller (1995–1996)
Jeri Taylor (1995–1998)
Brannon Braga (1998–2000)
Kenneth Biller (2000–2001)
Production Company:Paramount Network Television
Distributor:Paramount Network Television
Original Network:UPN
Original Release:January 16, 1995 – May 23, 2001

Star Trek: Voyager – Season 1 Opening Credits

Plot overview

In the pilot episode, “Caretaker”, USS Voyager departs the Deep Space Nine space station on a mission into the treacherous Badlands. They are searching for a missing ship piloted by a team of Maquis rebels, which Voyager‘s security officer, the Vulcan Lieutenant Tuvok, has secretly infiltrated. While in the Badlands, Voyager is enveloped by a powerful energy wave that kills several of its crew, damages the ship, and strands it in the galaxy’s Delta Quadrant, more than 70,000 light-years from Earth. The wave was not a natural phenomenon. In fact, it was used by an alien entity known as the Caretaker to pull Voyager into the Delta Quadrant. The Caretaker is responsible for the continued care of the Ocampa, a race of aliens native to the Delta Quadrant, and has been abducting other species from around the galaxy in an effort to find a successor.

The Maquis ship was also pulled into the Delta Quadrant, and eventually the two crews reluctantly agree to join forces after the Caretaker space station is destroyed in a pitched space battle with another local alien species, the Kazon. Chakotay, leader of the Maquis group, becomes Voyager‘s first officer. B’Elanna Torres, a half-human/half-Klingon Maquis, becomes chief engineer. Tom Paris, whom Janeway released from a Federation prison to help find the Maquis ship, is made Voyager‘s helm officer. Due to the deaths of the ship’s entire medical staff, the Doctor, an emergency medical hologram designed only for short-term use, is employed as the ship’s full-time chief medical officer. Delta Quadrant natives Neelix, a Talaxian scavenger, and Kes, a young Ocampa, are welcomed aboard as the ship’s chef/morale officer and the Doctor’s medical assistant, respectively.

Due to its great distance from Federation space, the Delta Quadrant is unexplored by Starfleet, and Voyager is truly going where no human has gone before. As they set out on their projected 75-year journey home, the crew passes through regions belonging to various species: the barbaric and belligerent Kazon; the organ-harvesting, disease-ravaged Vidiians; the nomadic hunter race the Hirogen; the fearsome Species 8472 from fluidic space; and most notably the Borg, whose home is the Delta Quadrant, so that Voyager has to move through large areas of Borg-controlled space in later seasons. They also encounter perilous natural phenomena, a nebulous area called the Nekrit Expanse (“Fair Trade”, third season), a large area of empty space called the Void (“Night”, fifth season), wormholes, dangerous nebulae and other anomalies.

Voyager is the third Star Trek series to feature Q, an omnipotent alien—and the second on a recurring basis, as Q made only one appearance on Star Trek: Deep Space Nine. Starfleet Command learns of Voyager‘s survival when the crew discovers an ancient interstellar communications network, claimed by the Hirogen, into which they can tap. This relay network is later disabled, but due to the efforts of Earth-based Lieutenant Reginald Barclay, Starfleet eventually establishes regular contact in the season-six episode “Pathfinder”, using a communications array and micro-wormhole technology.

In the first two episodes of the show’s fourth season, Kes leaves the ship in the wake of an extreme transformation of her mental abilities, while Seven of Nine (known colloquially as Seven), a Borg drone who was assimilated as a six-year-old human girl, is liberated from the collective and joins the Voyager crew. As the series progresses, Seven begins to regain her humanity with the ongoing help of Captain Janeway, who shows her that emotions, friendship, love, and caring are more important than the sterile “perfection” the Borg espouse. The Doctor also becomes more human-like, due in part to a mobile holo-emitter the crew obtains in the third season which allows the Doctor to leave the confines of sickbay. He discovers his love of music and art, which he demonstrates in the episode “Virtuoso”. In the sixth season, the crew discovers a group of adolescent aliens assimilated by the Borg, but prematurely released from their maturation chambers due to a malfunction on their Borg cube. As he did with Seven of Nine, the Doctor rehumanizes the children; Azan, Rebi and Mezoti, three of them eventually find a new adoptive home while the fourth, Icheb, chooses to stay aboard Voyager.

Life for the Voyager crew evolves during their long journey. Traitors Seska and Michael Jonas are uncovered in the early months (“State of Flux”, “Investigations”); loyal crew members are lost late in the journey; and other wayward Starfleet officers are integrated into the crew. In the second season, the first child is born aboard the ship to Ensign Samantha Wildman; as she grows up, Naomi Wildman becomes great friends with her godfather, Neelix, and develops an unexpected and close relationship with Seven of Nine. Early in the seventh season, Tom Paris and B’Elanna Torres marry after a long courtship, and Torres gives birth to their child, Miral Paris, in the series finale. Late in the seventh season, the crew finds a colony of Talaxians on a makeshift settlement in an asteroid field, and Neelix chooses to bid Voyager farewell and live once again among his people.

Over the course of the series, the Voyager crew finds various ways to reduce their 75-year journey by up to five decades (baring any other delays they may encounter): shortcuts, in the episodes “Year of Hell”, “Night” and “Q2”; technology boosts in “The Voyager Conspiracy”, “Dark Frontier”, “Timeless” and “Hope and Fear”; a subspace corridor in “Dragon’s Teeth”; and a mind-powered push from a powerful former shipmate in “The Gift”. Several other trip-shortening attempts are unsuccessful, as seen in the episodes “Eye of the Needle”, “Prime Factors”, “Future’s End”, “Course: Oblivion”, and “Inside Man”. After traveling for seven years, a current (yet returning) shipmate helps instigate a series of complex efforts which shortens the remainder of the journey to a few minutes in the series finale, “Endgame”.

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Predictive Programming is the concept whereby conspirators plan a false flag operation, they hide references to it in the popular media before the atrocity takes place; when the event occurs, the public has softened up, and therefore passively accepts it rather than offering resistance or opposition.

FALSE FLAG

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Borg Assimilation – 2.6 – Borg Nanoprobe (Star Trek Voyager – 3×26 – Scorpion)

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BORG NANOPROBES


 

Nanoprobes are microscopic machines that inhabit a Borg’s body, bloodstream, and many cybernetic implants. The probes maintain the Borg cybernetic systems and repair damage to the organic parts of a Borg. They generate new technology inside a Borg when needed and protect them from many forms of disease. Borg nanoprobes, each about the size of a human red blood cell, travel through the victim’s bloodstream and attach to individual cells. The nanoprobes rewrite the cellular DNA, altering the victim’s biochemistry, and eventually form larger, more complicated structures and networks within the body, like electrical pathways, processing and data-storage nodes, and ultimately prosthetic devices that spring forth from the skin. In “Mortal Coil”, Seven of Nine says the Borg assimilated the nanoprobe technology from “Species 149”. In addition, the nanoprobes maintain and repair their host’s mechanical and biological components on a microscopic level, imparting regenerative capabilities.

Though used by the Borg to exert control over another being, reprogrammed nanoprobes were used by the crew of the starship Voyager in many instances as medical aids.

The capability of nanoprobes to absorb improved technologies they find into the Borg collective is shown in the Voyager episode “Drone”, where Seven of Nine’s nanoprobes are fused with the Doctor’s mobile emitter, which uses technology from the 29th century, creating a 29th-century drone existing outside the Collective, with capabilities far surpassing those of the 24th-century drones.

The Borg do not try to immediately assimilate any being with which they come into contact; Borg drones tend to completely ignore individuals that are identified as too weak to be an imminent threat or too inferior to be worth assimilating. Captain Picard and his team walk safely past a group of Borg drones in a scene from the film Star Trek: First Contact while the drones fulfill a programmed mission. In the Star Trek: Voyager episode “Mortal Coil”, Seven of Nine told Neelix the Kazon were “unworthy” of assimilation and would serve only to detract from the Borg’s quest for perceived perfection.

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Star Trek – The Borg Nanoprobe

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Predictive Programming is the concept whereby conspirators plan a false flag operation, they hide references to it in the popular media before the atrocity takes place; when the event occurs, the public has softened up, and therefore passively accepts it rather than offering resistance or opposition.

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Borg Assimilation – 2.7 – Michael Taylor (Writer, Star Trek: Voyager – 6×16 – Collective)

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Michael Taylor

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MICHAEL TAYLOR
(Writer, Star Trek Voyager – 6×16 – Collective)


 

Michael Taylor (born February 15, 1969) is a screenwriter who is best known for his work as a writer for both Star Trek: Deep Space Nine and Star Trek: Voyager.

Taylor is a native New Yorker. He attended The Bronx High School of Science and Yale University. Taylor had a varied career prior to writing for television, including working as a newspaper and magazine reporter, as well as a musician who performed on guitar and sang with a rock band. He began his television work as a freelance writer for the Deep Space Nine, where he wrote one of the franchise’s classic episodes, “The Visitor,” while living in New York and still pursuing his musical interests. His other DS9 credits include the episodes “Things Past”, “Resurrection” and “In the Pale Moonlight”.

Taylor moved to Los Angeles to join the staff of Star Trek: Voyager during its final three seasons, writing many other memorable episodes.

Taylor’s Voyager credits include:

  • 5×05 – “Once Upon a Time”
  • 5×10 – “Counterpoint”
  • 5×12 – “Bride of Chaotica!”
  • 5×17 – “The Disease”
  • 5×19 – “The Fight”
  • 5×20 – “Think Tank”
  • 5×22 – “Someone to Watch Over Me”
  • 5×24 – “Relativity”
  • 5×25 – “Warhead”
  • 6×05 – “Alice”
  • 6×07 – “Dragon’s Teeth”
  • 6×08 – “One Small Step”
  • 6×12 – “Blink of an Eye”
  • 6×16 – “Collective”
  • 6×23 – “Fury”
  • 7×03 – “Drive”
  • 7×07 – “Body and Soul”
  • 7×11 – “Shattered”
  • 7×17 – “Workforce, Part II”
  • 7×21 – “Friendship One”

After Star Trek, he became a writer and producer on the USA Network series The Dead Zone. The USA series The Dead Zone was based on the famous science fiction thriller novel by Stephen King. In 2002, Michael Taylor was nominated for a Nebula Award, which is given by the Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America, for writing the Dead Zone episode entitled “Unreasonable Doubt”.

After five seasons on The Dead Zone, Taylor joined the Syfy channel’s and Ronald D. Moore’s Battlestar Galactica as a co-executive producer and wrote the Battlestar TV movie Razor. When Battlestar ended its four-season run, he became a writer and co-executive producer on its spin-off, Caprica, as well as a writer and executive producer of the FOX pilot/TV movie Virtuality, co-created with Ron Moore.

His Caprica credits include: “Ghost in the Machine”, “End of Line” and “False Labor”.

Taylor subsequently co-created the Syfy series Defiance, and wrote and produced the Battlestar prequel web series and TV movie Blood & Chrome, before “turning” to historical fiction as a writer and executive producer on the acclaimed AMC series Turn: Washington’s Spies. He returned to science fiction as a writer and executive producer on two more AMC series: the gonzo, post-apocalyptic martial arts show, Into the Badlands, and Pantheon, an animated sci-fi series expected to air in 2022.

Taylor’s work has been nominated several times for both Hugo and Nebula Awards. He won a Peabody Award as part of the writing staff of Battlestar Galactica, and a webisode series he wrote, Battlestar Galactica: Razor Flashbacks, garnered an Emmy® Award for Best Short Format Live-Action Entertainment Program.

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HOLLYWOOD PREDICTIVE PROGRAMMING

Predictive Programming is the concept whereby conspirators plan a false flag operation, they hide references to it in the popular media before the atrocity takes place; when the event occurs, the public has softened up, and therefore passively accepts it rather than offering resistance or opposition.

FALSE FLAG

A false flag is a covert operation designed to deceive; the deception creates the appearance of a particular party, group, or nation being responsible for some activity, disguising the actual source of responsibility.

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Borg Assimilation – 2.8 – Brannon Braga (Showrunner, Star Trek: Voyager, 1998–2000)

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BRANNON BRAGA
(Showrunner of Star Trek: Voyager, 1998–2000)


 

Brannon Braga (born August 14, 1965) is an American television producer, director and screenwriter. Best known for his work in the Star Trek franchise, Braga was a key creative force behind three of the franchise’s live action series. He later became an executive producer and writer on several Fox shows including 24, Terra Nova, and The Orville. His film credits include Mission: Impossible 2, Star Trek Generations and Star Trek: First Contact.

He served as an executive producer on the Fox primetime series, Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey, a re-launch of the 1980 miniseries hosted by Carl Sagan for which Braga won a Peabody Award, Critics Choice Award, and Producers Guild Award. In addition, Braga has been nominated for three Emmy Awards. Braga also served as writer, executive producer, and co-creator of the drama series Salem, WGN America’s first original series.

Career

Braga started out as an intern on Star Trek: The Next Generation in 1990 as part of the Television Academy Foundation’s internship program, eventually becoming a co-producer for the series final season. He was part of the creative team nominated for a Primetime Emmy Award in 1994 for Outstanding Drama Series, and won the Hugo Award for Best Dramatic Presentation in 1995 for his work on the series finale, “All Good Things…” along with longtime collaborator Ronald D. Moore. His credits on that series include a number of popular episodes including “Cause and Effect”, “Frame of Mind” and “Parallels”.

He then joined Star Trek: Voyager as a producer and was tapped to serve as executive producer the following year. He served as showrunner for Voyager until the end of the sixth season when he moved to Star Trek: Enterprise. He teamed up with Moore to write two Star Trek feature films – Star Trek Generations and Star Trek: First Contact. They would also later develop the Mission: Impossible 2 screenplay. He went on to co-create Star Trek: Enterprise and led that series as executive producer until its fourth and final season.

Before the cancellation of Star Trek: Enterprise, Braga co-created the CBS science fiction drama series Threshold, he was brought on as an executive producer and writer on the Fox series, 24, penning episodes in the seventh and eight seasons. He was also an executive producer and writer on the 2009 ABC science fiction series FlashForward.

While at the helm of Terra Nova, Braga was approached to co-write a four-part comic book series Star Trek: The Next Generation: Hive for IDW, which made its debut in 2012.

Braga was the producer and one of the directors of the 2014 science education series Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey, a sequel to the 1980 series Cosmos: A Personal Voyage that was hosted by Carl Sagan. The project saw Braga collaborating with the original series’ writer and Sagan’s widow, Ann Druyan, executive producer Seth MacFarlane and host Neil DeGrasse Tyson. The 13-episode series premiered March 9, 2014, and received mostly positive reaction from critics and viewers. Braga was nominated for an Emmy for his work on the show. The following month saw the premiere of the historical fantasy drama television series Salem, which Braga co-created with Adam Simon, and on which he serves as one of the executive producers. in 2014, he directed the Marilyn Manson music video “Cupid Carries a Gun” off The Pale Emperor album.

Braga is one of the producers of The Orville, a 2017 science fiction comedy drama inspired by Star Trek. He also directed several episodes of the series.

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HOLLYWOOD PREDICTIVE PROGRAMMING

Predictive Programming is the concept whereby conspirators plan a false flag operation, they hide references to it in the popular media before the atrocity takes place; when the event occurs, the public has softened up, and therefore passively accepts it rather than offering resistance or opposition.

FALSE FLAG

A false flag is a covert operation designed to deceive; the deception creates the appearance of a particular party, group, or nation being responsible for some activity, disguising the actual source of responsibility.

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Borg Assimilation – 2.9 – UPN Titlecard (Star Trek: Voyager, 1995-2001)

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UPN


 

The United Paramount Network (UPN) was an American broadcast television network that launched on January 16, 1995. The network was originally owned by Chris-Craft Industries’ United Television; Viacom (through its Paramount Television unit, which produced most of the network’s series) turned the network into a joint venture in 1996 after acquiring a 50% stake in the network, and subsequently purchased Chris-Craft’s remaining stake in 2000. In December 2005, UPN was spun off to CBS Corporation when Viacom split into two separate companies. CBS Corporation and Time Warner jointly announced on January 24, 2006, that the companies would shut down UPN and competitor The WB to launch a new joint venture network later that year. UPN ceased broadcasting on September 15, 2006, with The WB following suit two days later. Select programs from both networks moved to the new network, The CW (now parts of Warner Bros. Discovery and Paramount Global), when it launched on September 18, 2006.

Programming

At the time of its shutdown, UPN ran only two hours of primetime network programming on Monday through Fridays from 8:00 to 10:00 p.m. ET (compared to the three primetime hours on Monday through Saturdays and four hours on Sundays offered by the Big Three networks, ABC, NBC and CBS). UPN never carried any weekend primetime programming throughout the network’s run (though it did offer children’s programming on weekend mornings until 2003, and a movie package to its affiliates on weekend afternoons until 2000, when the latter was replaced with a two-hour repeat block of UPN programs); as a result, affiliates held the responsibility of programming their Saturday and Sunday evening schedules with syndicated programs, sports, movies or network programs that were preempted from earlier in the week due to special programming, in the 8:00–10:00 p.m. (Eastern and Pacific Time) time period. This primetime scheduling allowed for many of the network’s affiliates to air local newscasts during the 10:00–11:00 p.m. (Eastern and Pacific Time) time period.

Most of UPN’s programming through the years was produced by Paramount Television or a Viacom-owned sister company (Viacom Productions, Big Ticket Television, Spelling Television or CBS Productions). UPN’s first official program was Star Trek: Voyager, with the first comedy shows to debut being two short-lived series: the Richard Jeni starring vehicle Platypus Man and Pig Sty.

STAR TREK: VOYAGER (1995-2001)
PRODUCTION DETAILS

Created by:Rick Berman
Michael Piller
Jeri Taylor
Based on:Star Trek by Gene Roddenberry
No. of Seasons:7
No. of Episodes:172
Executive Producers:Rick Berman

Showrunners
Michael Piller (1995–1996)
Jeri Taylor (1995–1998)
Brannon Braga (1998–2000)
Kenneth Biller (2000–2001)
Production Company:Paramount Network Television
Distributor:Paramount Network Television
Original Network:UPN
Original Release:January 16, 1995 – May 23, 2001

Star Trek: Voyager – Season 1 Opening Credits

STAR TREK: VOYAGER (1995-2001)
[UPN]


 

Star Trek: Voyager is an American science fiction television series created by Rick Berman, Michael Piller, and Jeri Taylor. It originally aired from January 16, 1995, to May 23, 2001, on UPN, lasting for 172 episodes over seven seasons. It is the fifth series in the Star Trek franchise. Set in the 24th century, when Earth is part of a United Federation of Planets, it follows the adventures of the Starfleet vessel USS Voyager as it attempts to return home to the Alpha Quadrant after being stranded in the Delta Quadrant on the far side of the Milky Way galaxy.

Paramount Pictures commissioned the series following the termination of Star Trek: The Next Generation to accompany the ongoing Star Trek: Deep Space Nine. They wanted it to help launch UPN, their newly established network. Berman, Piller, and Taylor devised the series to chronologically overlap with Deep Space Nine and to maintain thematic continuity with elements that had been introduced in The Next Generation and Deep Space Nine. The complex relationship between Starfleet and ex-Federation colonists known as the Maquis was one such element and a persistent central theme. Voyager was the first Star Trek series to feature a female commanding officer, Captain Kathryn Janeway (Kate Mulgrew), as the lead character. Berman served as head executive producer in charge of the overall production, assisted by a series of executive producers: Piller, Taylor, Brannon Braga, and Kenneth Biller.

Set in a different part of the galaxy from preceding Star Trek shows, Voyager gave the series’ writers space to introduce new alien species as recurring characters, namely the Kazon, Vidiians, Hirogen, and Species 8472. During the later seasons, the Borg—a species created for The Next Generation—were introduced as the main antagonists. During Voyager’s run, various episode novelisations and tie-in video games were produced; after it ended, various novels continued the series narrative.

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FALSE FLAG

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Star Trek: First Contact
(1996)

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STAR TREK: FIRST CONTACT (1996)


 

Star Trek: First Contact is a 1996 American science fiction film directed by Jonathan Frakes (in his motion picture directorial debut) and based on the franchise Star Trek. It is the eighth film in the Star Trek film series, the second to star the cast of Star Trek: The Next Generation. In the film, the crew of the USS Enterprise-E travel back in time from the 24th century to the mid-21st century to stop the cybernetic Borg from conquering Earth by changing their past.

After the release of Star Trek Generations in 1994, Paramount Pictures tasked writers Brannon Braga and Ronald D. Moore with developing the next film in the series. Braga and Moore wanted to feature the Borg in the plot, while producer Rick Berman wanted a story involving time travel. The writers combined the two ideas; they initially set the film during the European Renaissance, but changed the time period that the Borg corrupted to the mid-21st century, after fearing the Renaissance idea would be “too kitsch”. After two better-known directors turned down the job, cast member Jonathan Frakes was chosen to direct to make sure the task fell to someone who understood Star Trek.

The film’s script required the creation of new starship designs, including a new USS Enterprise. Production designer Herman Zimmerman and illustrator John Eaves collaborated to make a sleeker ship than its predecessor. Principal photography began with weeks of location shooting in Arizona and California, before production moved to new sets for the ship-based scenes. The Borg were redesigned to appear as though they were converted into machine beings from the inside-out; the new makeup sessions took four times as long as their appearances on the television series. Effects company Industrial Light & Magic rushed to complete the film’s special effects in less than five months. Traditional optical effects techniques were supplemented with computer-generated imagery. Jerry Goldsmith produced the film’s score.

Star Trek: First Contact was released on November 22, 1996, and was the highest-grossing film on its opening weekend. It eventually made $92 million in the United States and Canada with an additional $54 million in other territories, combining to a worldwide total of $146 million. Critical reception was mostly positive; critics including Roger Ebert considered it to be one of the best Star Trek films, and it was the most positively reviewed film in the franchise (93% of reviews were positive) until being marginally surpassed (94%) by the 2009 reboot film. The Borg and the special effects were lauded, while characterization was less evenly received. Scholarly analysis of the film has focused on Captain Jean-Luc Picard’s parallels to Herman Melville’s Ahab and the nature of the Borg. First Contact was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Makeup and won three Saturn Awards. It was followed by Star Trek: Insurrection in 1998.

STAR TREK: FIRST CONTACT (1996)
PRODUCTION DETAILS

Directed by:Jonathan Frakes
Screenplay by:Brannon Braga
Ronald D. Moore
Story by:Rick Berman
Brannon Braga
Ronald D. Moore
Based on:Star Trek by Gene Roddenberry
Produced by:Rick Berman
Marty Hornstein
Peter Lauritson
Distributed by:Paramount Pictures
Release date:November 22, 1996

Star Trek: First Contact (1996) Trailer

Plot Summary

In the 24th century, Captain Jean-Luc Picard awakens from a nightmare in which he relived his assimilation by the cybernetic Borg six years earlier. He is contacted by Admiral Hayes, who informs him of a new Borg threat against Earth. Picard’s orders are for his ship, USS Enterprise, to patrol the Neutral Zone in case of Romulan aggression; Starfleet is worried that Picard is too emotionally involved with the Borg to join the fight.

Learning the fleet is losing the battle, the Enterprise crew disobeys orders and heads for Earth, where a single Borg Cube ship holds its own against a group of Starfleet vessels. Enterprise arrives in time to assist the crew of USS Defiant and its captain, the Klingon Worf. With the flagship now supporting them, Picard takes control of the fleet and directs the surviving ships to concentrate their firepower on a seemingly unimportant point on the Borg ship. The Cube is destroyed but launches a smaller sphere ship towards the planet. Enterprise pursues the sphere into a temporal vortex. As the sphere disappears, Enterprise discovers Earth has been altered – it is now populated entirely by Borg. Realizing the Borg have used time travel to change the past, Enterprise follows the sphere through the vortex.

Enterprise arrives hundreds of years in its past on April 4, 2063, the day before humanity’s first encounter with alien life after Zefram Cochrane’s historic warp drive flight ten years after the Earth had been devastated by the nuclear holocaust of World War III; the crew realizes the Borg are trying to prevent first contact. After destroying the Borg sphere, an away team transports down to Cochrane’s ship, Phoenix, in Bozeman, Montana. Picard has Cochrane’s assistant Lily Sloane sent back to Enterprise for medical attention. The captain returns to the ship and leaves Commander William T. Riker on Earth to make sure Phoenix‘s flight proceeds as planned. While in the future Cochrane is seen as a hero, the real man built the Phoenix for financial gain and is reluctant to be the heroic person the crew describes.

A group of Borg invade Enterprise‘s lower decks and begin to assimilate its crew and modify the ship. Picard and a team attempt to reach engineering to disable the Borg with a corrosive gas, but are forced back; the android Data is captured in the melee. A frightened Sloane corners Picard with a weapon, but he gains her trust. The two escape the Borg-infested area of the ship by creating a diversion in the holodeck. Picard, Worf, and the ship’s navigator, Lieutenant Hawk, travel outside the ship in space suits to stop the Borg from calling reinforcements by using the navigational deflector, but Hawk is assimilated in the process. As the Borg continue to assimilate more decks, Worf suggests destroying the ship, but Picard angrily calls him a coward, infuriating Worf because of his Klingon heritage. Sloane confronts the captain and makes him realize he is acting irrationally because of his own past with becoming Locutus of Borg. Picard orders an activation of the ship’s self-destruct, then orders the crew to head for the escape pods while he stays behind to rescue Data.

As Cochrane, Riker, and engineer Geordi La Forge prepare to activate the warp drive on Phoenix, Picard discovers that the Borg Queen has grafted human skin onto Data, giving him the sensation of touch he has long desired so that she can obtain the android’s encryption codes to the Enterprise computer.

Although Picard offers himself to the Borg in exchange for Data’s freedom and willingly become Locutus again, Data refuses to leave. He deactivates the self-destruct and fires torpedoes at Phoenix. At the last moment the torpedoes miss, and the Queen realizes Data betrayed her. The android ruptures a coolant tank, and the corrosive vapor eats away the biological components of the Borg. With the Borg threat neutralized, Cochrane completes his warp flight. The next day the crew watches from a distance as an alien Vulcan ship, attracted by the Phoenix warp test, lands on Earth. Cochrane and Sloane greet the aliens. Having ensured the correction of the timeline, the Enterprise crew slip away and return to the 24th century.

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HOLLYWOOD PREDICTIVE PROGRAMMING

Predictive Programming is the concept whereby conspirators plan a false flag operation, they hide references to it in the popular media before the atrocity takes place; when the event occurs, the public has softened up, and therefore passively accepts it rather than offering resistance or opposition.

FALSE FLAG

A false flag is a covert operation designed to deceive; the deception creates the appearance of a particular party, group, or nation being responsible for some activity, disguising the actual source of responsibility.

SUBLIMINAL
adjective

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Borg Assimilation – 2.11 – Borg Alcove (Star Trek: First Contact)

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Borg Alcove

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STAR TREK: FIRST CONTACT (1996)


 

Star Trek: First Contact is a 1996 American science fiction film directed by Jonathan Frakes (in his motion picture directorial debut) and based on the franchise Star Trek. It is the eighth film in the Star Trek film series, the second to star the cast of Star Trek: The Next Generation. In the film, the crew of the USS Enterprise-E travel back in time from the 24th century to the mid-21st century to stop the cybernetic Borg from conquering Earth by changing their past.

After the release of Star Trek Generations in 1994, Paramount Pictures tasked writers Brannon Braga and Ronald D. Moore with developing the next film in the series. Braga and Moore wanted to feature the Borg in the plot, while producer Rick Berman wanted a story involving time travel. The writers combined the two ideas; they initially set the film during the European Renaissance, but changed the time period that the Borg corrupted to the mid-21st century, after fearing the Renaissance idea would be “too kitsch”. After two better-known directors turned down the job, cast member Jonathan Frakes was chosen to direct to make sure the task fell to someone who understood Star Trek.

The film’s script required the creation of new starship designs, including a new USS Enterprise. Production designer Herman Zimmerman and illustrator John Eaves collaborated to make a sleeker ship than its predecessor. Principal photography began with weeks of location shooting in Arizona and California, before production moved to new sets for the ship-based scenes. The Borg were redesigned to appear as though they were converted into machine beings from the inside-out; the new makeup sessions took four times as long as their appearances on the television series. Effects company Industrial Light & Magic rushed to complete the film’s special effects in less than five months. Traditional optical effects techniques were supplemented with computer-generated imagery. Jerry Goldsmith produced the film’s score.

Star Trek: First Contact was released on November 22, 1996, and was the highest-grossing film on its opening weekend. It eventually made $92 million in the United States and Canada with an additional $54 million in other territories, combining to a worldwide total of $146 million. Critical reception was mostly positive; critics including Roger Ebert considered it to be one of the best Star Trek films, and it was the most positively reviewed film in the franchise (93% of reviews were positive) until being marginally surpassed (94%) by the 2009 reboot film. The Borg and the special effects were lauded, while characterization was less evenly received. Scholarly analysis of the film has focused on Captain Jean-Luc Picard’s parallels to Herman Melville’s Ahab and the nature of the Borg. First Contact was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Makeup and won three Saturn Awards. It was followed by Star Trek: Insurrection in 1998.

Source: Wikipedia

STAR TREK: FIRST CONTACT (1996)
PRODUCTION DETAILS

Directed by:Jonathan Frakes
Screenplay by:Brannon Braga
Ronald D. Moore
Story by:Rick Berman
Brannon Braga
Ronald D. Moore
Based on:Star Trek by Gene Roddenberry
Produced by:Rick Berman
Marty Hornstein
Peter Lauritson
Distributed by:Paramount Pictures
Release date:November 22, 1996

Star Trek: First Contact (1996) – Picard Borg Intro
(Locutus of Borg)

BORG REGENERATION ALCOVE


 

A regeneration alcove, also known informally as a Borg alcove or simply alcove or slot, was a device used by drones for regeneration. When the Borg drones were not needed for immediate tasks, it was used as a drone storage device by the Borg Collective.

Design

It was the observation of Lieutenant Commander Data that “The technology required to achieve this biological and artificial interface is far beyond our capabilities.” (TNG: “Q Who”)

The alcoves themselves, were initially described as “slots along the wall, kind of like compartments. There are two Borg in each.” Data then theorized that “the Borg are somehow interconnected through these slots and are working collectively.” (TNG: “Q Who”)

A regeneration cycle could be interrupted without the drone ever knowing, using various technology that prevented the drone from “waking” when the cycle was interrupted. The Hansens used this technique to examine Borg drones by beaming a drone from its alcove to their ship. (VOY: “Dark Frontier”)

Each slot was designed for a specific Borg, and contained an access terminal which connected a coupling on the drone’s arm, and energy was allowed to be consumed. (TNG: “Q Who”, “I Borg”)

An alcove was sized to allow the drone to fit inside. It was sized slightly wider and higher than a drone, with a small raised platform for the drone to stand upon. A green disc large enough to accommodate the drone’s head was positioned at the height of the drone, pulsating visually with various patterns, some static and others dynamic, usually green and white in color. (VOY: “Dark Frontier”)

When the Borg drone stepped into the alcove it would stand upright. During the entire regeneration cycle a drone would primarily face outwards from within the alcove. (VOY: “Drone”; TNG: “Q Who”)

Once positioned into the alcove, a drone’s mechanical parts established a connection with the alcove’s systems (much the same way a doctor would monitor a patient with a biobed. The alcove then established a connection in one of two ways: either through a port resembling an arm rest onto which a drone would connect its arm, or by means of tubes which connected directly from the wall into various ports in the drone exo-plating. (TNG: “Q Who”; VOY: “Scorpion”)

When a drone’s cortical node malfunctioned a regeneration cycle could not be started. If a drone remained in an unregenerate state for too long, it lost motor control, and eventually became unconscious; a state very undesirable to the Borg. If a Borg drone was unable to continue to fully regenerate as it needed (due to injury or malfunction), it would be removed from its alcove by other drones and its components were salvaged for reuse. (VOY: “Dark Frontier”)

With knowledge of Borg technology, alcoves could be integrated directly into Starfleet vessels to serve the same purpose of their counterparts on Borg vessels. When this was done they would require over thirty megawatts of power to run each alcove. (VOY: “Dark Frontier”) Or if needed, a Borg drone could regenerate by means of a converted Federation power conduit which would function similar to an alcove. (TNG: “I Borg”)

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Predictive Programming is the concept whereby conspirators plan a false flag operation, they hide references to it in the popular media before the atrocity takes place; when the event occurs, the public has softened up, and therefore passively accepts it rather than offering resistance or opposition.

FALSE FLAG

A false flag is a covert operation designed to deceive; the deception creates the appearance of a particular party, group, or nation being responsible for some activity, disguising the actual source of responsibility.

SUBLIMINAL
adjective

(of a stimulus or mental process) below the threshold of sensation or consciousness; perceived by or affecting someone’s mind without their being aware of it.

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Borg Assimilation – 2.12 – Borg Implant Nightmare (Star Trek: First Contact)

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STAR TREK: FIRST CONTACT (1996)


 

Star Trek: First Contact is a 1996 American science fiction film directed by Jonathan Frakes (in his motion picture directorial debut) and based on the franchise Star Trek. It is the eighth film in the Star Trek film series, the second to star the cast of Star Trek: The Next Generation. In the film, the crew of the USS Enterprise-E travel back in time from the 24th century to the mid-21st century to stop the cybernetic Borg from conquering Earth by changing their past.

After the release of Star Trek Generations in 1994, Paramount Pictures tasked writers Brannon Braga and Ronald D. Moore with developing the next film in the series. Braga and Moore wanted to feature the Borg in the plot, while producer Rick Berman wanted a story involving time travel. The writers combined the two ideas; they initially set the film during the European Renaissance, but changed the time period that the Borg corrupted to the mid-21st century, after fearing the Renaissance idea would be “too kitsch”. After two better-known directors turned down the job, cast member Jonathan Frakes was chosen to direct to make sure the task fell to someone who understood Star Trek.

The film’s script required the creation of new starship designs, including a new USS Enterprise. Production designer Herman Zimmerman and illustrator John Eaves collaborated to make a sleeker ship than its predecessor. Principal photography began with weeks of location shooting in Arizona and California, before production moved to new sets for the ship-based scenes. The Borg were redesigned to appear as though they were converted into machine beings from the inside-out; the new makeup sessions took four times as long as their appearances on the television series. Effects company Industrial Light & Magic rushed to complete the film’s special effects in less than five months. Traditional optical effects techniques were supplemented with computer-generated imagery. Jerry Goldsmith produced the film’s score.

Star Trek: First Contact was released on November 22, 1996, and was the highest-grossing film on its opening weekend. It eventually made $92 million in the United States and Canada with an additional $54 million in other territories, combining to a worldwide total of $146 million. Critical reception was mostly positive; critics including Roger Ebert considered it to be one of the best Star Trek films, and it was the most positively reviewed film in the franchise (93% of reviews were positive) until being marginally surpassed (94%) by the 2009 reboot film. The Borg and the special effects were lauded, while characterization was less evenly received. Scholarly analysis of the film has focused on Captain Jean-Luc Picard’s parallels to Herman Melville’s Ahab and the nature of the Borg. First Contact was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Makeup and won three Saturn Awards. It was followed by Star Trek: Insurrection in 1998.

Source: Wikipedia

STAR TREK: FIRST CONTACT (1996)
PRODUCTION DETAILS

Directed by:Jonathan Frakes
Screenplay by:Brannon Braga
Ronald D. Moore
Story by:Rick Berman
Brannon Braga
Ronald D. Moore
Based on:Star Trek by Gene Roddenberry
Produced by:Rick Berman
Marty Hornstein
Peter Lauritson
Distributed by:Paramount Pictures
Release date:November 22, 1996

Star Trek: First Contact (1996) – Picard Borg Intro
(Locutus of Borg)

BORG ASSIMILATION


 

Assimilation was the process by which the Borg added new members and new technology to the Collective.

Borg assimilation was predatory; every species the Borg encountered was assessed to determine whether its biological and/or technological distinctiveness was considered “worthy of being added to the Collective’s perfection”. If found to be so, the species was set upon and forcibly assimilated; the Collective considered the species’ will in the matter “irrelevant”. (TNG: “Q Who”, “The Best of Both Worlds”; VOY: “Mortal Coil”, et al.) When a species was assimilated, their neural pathways were restructured to link them to a single collective mind, the hive, and to augment their bodies with cybernetic technology. The end result was them becoming drones. (VOY: “Drone”)

By the 2370s, the Borg had assimilated thousands of species. As of the 24th century, the only species known to have been considered unworthy of assimilation were the Kazon, as the Borg believed that assimilating them would detract from their goal of becoming perfect. (VOY: “Drone”, “Mortal Coil”)

Technique

During initial stages of assimilation, Borg nanoprobes began attaching themselves to the victim’s red blood cells, allowing them to circulate throughout the body. (VOY: “Scorpion”) Within minutes, the nanoprobes spread visibly through the capillaries of the victim’s skin. The victim, at this point, still retained his or her individuality and had virtually none of the Borg’s standard array of defenses. Left unchecked, the nanoprobes soon begin self-replicating and producing larger constructs that form the necessary Borg implants. The body was also injected with stabilizing metals such as lithium so the body can handle nanoprobes. Seven of Nine could remember the smell and taste of the metals. (PIC: “Mercy”) Among the first major structures assembled was the neural transceiver, allowing the Collective to tap into the victim’s mind and usurp control of his or her body. A vocal subprocessor was also installed. By this time, the new drone’s skin coloration had changed to a pale gray and mottled as some small implants began to emerge inside and outside the body. In some cases, the skin and face became at least slightly deformed due to the implants growing in and on the body. (Star Trek: First Contact; ENT: “Regeneration”; VOY: “Unimatrix Zero, Part II”) The drone was then taken to a Borg facility to have larger implants surgically installed, including tools, weapons and exoplating. (VOY: “Unimatrix Zero”)

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HOLLYWOOD PREDICTIVE PROGRAMMING

Predictive Programming is the concept whereby conspirators plan a false flag operation, they hide references to it in the popular media before the atrocity takes place; when the event occurs, the public has softened up, and therefore passively accepts it rather than offering resistance or opposition.

FALSE FLAG

A false flag is a covert operation designed to deceive; the deception creates the appearance of a particular party, group, or nation being responsible for some activity, disguising the actual source of responsibility.

SUBLIMINAL
adjective

(of a stimulus or mental process) below the threshold of sensation or consciousness; perceived by or affecting someone’s mind without their being aware of it.

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Borg Assimilation – 2.13 – Borg Assimilation (Star Trek: First Contact)

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STAR TREK: FIRST CONTACT (1996)


 

Star Trek: First Contact is a 1996 American science fiction film directed by Jonathan Frakes (in his motion picture directorial debut) and based on the franchise Star Trek. It is the eighth film in the Star Trek film series, the second to star the cast of Star Trek: The Next Generation. In the film, the crew of the USS Enterprise-E travel back in time from the 24th century to the mid-21st century to stop the cybernetic Borg from conquering Earth by changing their past.

After the release of Star Trek Generations in 1994, Paramount Pictures tasked writers Brannon Braga and Ronald D. Moore with developing the next film in the series. Braga and Moore wanted to feature the Borg in the plot, while producer Rick Berman wanted a story involving time travel. The writers combined the two ideas; they initially set the film during the European Renaissance, but changed the time period that the Borg corrupted to the mid-21st century, after fearing the Renaissance idea would be “too kitsch”. After two better-known directors turned down the job, cast member Jonathan Frakes was chosen to direct to make sure the task fell to someone who understood Star Trek.

The film’s script required the creation of new starship designs, including a new USS Enterprise. Production designer Herman Zimmerman and illustrator John Eaves collaborated to make a sleeker ship than its predecessor. Principal photography began with weeks of location shooting in Arizona and California, before production moved to new sets for the ship-based scenes. The Borg were redesigned to appear as though they were converted into machine beings from the inside-out; the new makeup sessions took four times as long as their appearances on the television series. Effects company Industrial Light & Magic rushed to complete the film’s special effects in less than five months. Traditional optical effects techniques were supplemented with computer-generated imagery. Jerry Goldsmith produced the film’s score.

Star Trek: First Contact was released on November 22, 1996, and was the highest-grossing film on its opening weekend. It eventually made $92 million in the United States and Canada with an additional $54 million in other territories, combining to a worldwide total of $146 million. Critical reception was mostly positive; critics including Roger Ebert considered it to be one of the best Star Trek films, and it was the most positively reviewed film in the franchise (93% of reviews were positive) until being marginally surpassed (94%) by the 2009 reboot film. The Borg and the special effects were lauded, while characterization was less evenly received. Scholarly analysis of the film has focused on Captain Jean-Luc Picard’s parallels to Herman Melville’s Ahab and the nature of the Borg. First Contact was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Makeup and won three Saturn Awards. It was followed by Star Trek: Insurrection in 1998.

Source: Wikipedia

STAR TREK: FIRST CONTACT (1996)
PRODUCTION DETAILS

Directed by:Jonathan Frakes
Screenplay by:Brannon Braga
Ronald D. Moore
Story by:Rick Berman
Brannon Braga
Ronald D. Moore
Based on:Star Trek by Gene Roddenberry
Produced by:Rick Berman
Marty Hornstein
Peter Lauritson
Distributed by:Paramount Pictures
Release date:November 22, 1996

Star Trek: First Contact (1996) – Borg Attack

BORG ASSIMILATION


 

Assimilation is the process by which the Borg integrate beings, cultures, and technology into the Collective. “You will be assimilated” is one of the few on-screen phrases employed by the Borg when communicating with other species. The Borg are portrayed as having found and assimilated thousands of species and billions to trillions of individual life-forms throughout the galaxy. The Borg designate each species with a number assigned to them upon first contact, humanity being “Species 5618”.

When first introduced, the Borg are said to be more interested in assimilating technology than people, roaming the universe as single-minded marauders assimilating starships, planets, and entire societies to collect new technology. They are discriminating in this area, finding certain races, for example the Kazon, to be technologically inferior and unworthy of assimilation. A Borg infant found aboard a Borg Cube in “Q Who” shows that the Borg will assimilate even children. The Borg then place the assimilated children into maturation chambers to quickly and fully grow them into mature drones.

In their second appearance, “The Best of Both Worlds”, they capture and assimilate Captain Jean-Luc Picard into the Collective, creating Locutus of Borg (meaning “he who has spoken”, in Latin).

The method of assimilating individual life-forms into the Collective has been represented differently over time. When we see the Borg in Star Trek: The Next Generation, assimilation is through abduction and then surgical procedure. In Star Trek: First Contact and Star Trek: Voyager, assimilation is through injection of nanoprobes into an individual’s bloodstream via a pair of tubules that spring forth from a drone’s hand. Assimilation by tubules is depicted on-screen as being a fast-acting process, with the victim’s skin pigmentation turning gray and mottled with visible dark tracks forming within moments of contact. After assimilation, a drone’s race and gender become “irrelevant”. After initial assimilation through injection, Borg are surgically fitted with cybernetic devices. In Star Trek: First Contact an assimilated crew member is shown to have a forearm and an eye physically removed and replaced with cybernetic implants.

The Borg also assimilate, interface, and reconfigure technology using these tubules and nanoprobes. However, in Q Who a Borg is depicted apparently trying to assimilate, probe, or reconfigure a control panel in engineering using an energy interface instead of nanoprobes.

Some species, for various stated reasons, are able to resist assimilation by nanoprobes. Species 8472 is the only race shown to be capable of completely rejecting assimilation attempts. Other species, such as the Hirogen, have demonstrated resistance to assimilation as well as Dr Phlox, who was able to partially resist the assimilation process in the Star Trek: Enterprise episode “Regeneration”.

Assimilation Tubule

Assimilation tubules, also known as injection tubules, were a pair of flexible needle-like devices that extended from the wrists (female drones and the Borg Queen) or fingers (male drones) of Borg drones. They were the first step in the assimilation process.

Once they penetrated the skin, they released a series of Borg nanoprobes, the bloodstream being the initial target. They took over the blood cell functions in a manner similar to a virus. Assimilation was almost instantaneous. (VOY: “Scorpion”)

The tubules were capable of penetrating any alloy or energy field known to the Federation. They also allowed drones to interface with technology and possibly reconfigure it using their nanotechnology. (ENT: “Regeneration”; Star Trek: First Contact; VOY: “Scorpion”)

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Borg Assimilation – 2.14 – Borg Queen Destroyed (Star Trek: First Contact)

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STAR TREK: FIRST CONTACT (1996)


 

Star Trek: First Contact is a 1996 American science fiction film directed by Jonathan Frakes (in his motion picture directorial debut) and based on the franchise Star Trek. It is the eighth film in the Star Trek film series, the second to star the cast of Star Trek: The Next Generation. In the film, the crew of the USS Enterprise-E travel back in time from the 24th century to the mid-21st century to stop the cybernetic Borg from conquering Earth by changing their past.

After the release of Star Trek Generations in 1994, Paramount Pictures tasked writers Brannon Braga and Ronald D. Moore with developing the next film in the series. Braga and Moore wanted to feature the Borg in the plot, while producer Rick Berman wanted a story involving time travel. The writers combined the two ideas; they initially set the film during the European Renaissance, but changed the time period that the Borg corrupted to the mid-21st century, after fearing the Renaissance idea would be “too kitsch”. After two better-known directors turned down the job, cast member Jonathan Frakes was chosen to direct to make sure the task fell to someone who understood Star Trek.

The film’s script required the creation of new starship designs, including a new USS Enterprise. Production designer Herman Zimmerman and illustrator John Eaves collaborated to make a sleeker ship than its predecessor. Principal photography began with weeks of location shooting in Arizona and California, before production moved to new sets for the ship-based scenes. The Borg were redesigned to appear as though they were converted into machine beings from the inside-out; the new makeup sessions took four times as long as their appearances on the television series. Effects company Industrial Light & Magic rushed to complete the film’s special effects in less than five months. Traditional optical effects techniques were supplemented with computer-generated imagery. Jerry Goldsmith produced the film’s score.

Star Trek: First Contact was released on November 22, 1996, and was the highest-grossing film on its opening weekend. It eventually made $92 million in the United States and Canada with an additional $54 million in other territories, combining to a worldwide total of $146 million. Critical reception was mostly positive; critics including Roger Ebert considered it to be one of the best Star Trek films, and it was the most positively reviewed film in the franchise (93% of reviews were positive) until being marginally surpassed (94%) by the 2009 reboot film. The Borg and the special effects were lauded, while characterization was less evenly received. Scholarly analysis of the film has focused on Captain Jean-Luc Picard’s parallels to Herman Melville’s Ahab and the nature of the Borg. First Contact was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Makeup and won three Saturn Awards. It was followed by Star Trek: Insurrection in 1998.

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STAR TREK: FIRST CONTACT (1996)
PRODUCTION DETAILS

Directed by:Jonathan Frakes
Screenplay by:Brannon Braga
Ronald D. Moore
Story by:Rick Berman
Brannon Braga
Ronald D. Moore
Based on:Star Trek by Gene Roddenberry
Produced by:Rick Berman
Marty Hornstein
Peter Lauritson
Distributed by:Paramount Pictures
Release date:November 22, 1996

Star Trek: First Contact (1996) – Borg Queen final scene

BORG QUEEN


 

The Borg Queen was the name given to the entity that existed within and served as a central nexus for the Borg Collective. Her name was coined by the Federation scientists Magnus and Erin Hansen, who discovered her existence. (VOY: “Dark Frontier”)

There were multiple Borg Queens, although they appeared to share a personality. (Star Trek: First Contact; VOY: “Dark Frontier”, “Unimatrix Zero”, “Unimatrix Zero, Part II”, “Endgame”)

As of the 2380s, at least some Borg cubes contained a queencell, which in turn contained a spatial trajector reserved for the Queen in the event of an emergency. (PIC: “The Impossible Box”)

In 2401, an atypical version of the Borg Queen beckoned Jean-Luc Picard to a region of space, where she expressed the desire to join the Federation. This Queen was originally from an alternate timeline and had merged with Dr. Agnes Jurati in 2024. (PIC: “The Star Gazer”, “Penance”, “Mercy”, “Farewell”)

Role and personality

The Queen defined herself as: “I am the beginning, the end, the one who is many. I am the Borg.” Although this suggested she was an individual within the Collective, while addressing Borg drones as “my drones”, she was not an individual. The purpose of the Queen was to bring order to chaos. (Star Trek: First Contact)

According to Seven of Nine, “The Borg Queen has a kind of transtemporal awareness. It bridges into adjacent times, realities. They hear echoes of themselves, of— of each other.” (PIC: “Penance”)

In accordance with the Borg pursuit of perfection, a blending of the organic and synthetic, very little of her original humanoid form remained. Her face and upper torso were organic while the rest of her body, including her skull and spinal cord, were synthetic. Because of her disembodiment she saw herself as the epitome of perfection. The Queen had her own chambers within the Borg Unicomplex from which she could oversee and control the Borg via the command interface. Whether she had her own ship or not is unknown, but she used different Borg vessels to travel, such as a Borg cube, sphere, or octahedron. When her physical presence was not necessary her organic part resided above this chamber while her synthetic parts were stored below it, under the floor. If she desired to do so, both could be brought together, and in doing so, created a humanoid form for herself.

In Human terms, the Borg Queen could be characterized as ruthless. She would do anything to protect the Borg Collective. Where drones showed no emotions, the Queen herself did. When necessary, she would employ psychological tactics, like extortion or plain intimidation to get what she wanted. The Queen even displayed self-preservation, such as when she was held at gunpoint by Captain Janeway, who threatened to kill her. On a personal level, she considered Seven of Nine her favorite drone, because the Queen considered her to be unique. (VOY: “Unimatrix Zero”, “Dark Frontier”)

The death of a Borg Queen, while traumatic to drones in the immediate vicinity, did not seem to affect the Collective or its hive mind as a whole. Borg drones were capable of functioning without a Queen for any length of time by forming a Hive mind of their own. (Star Trek: First Contact; VOY: “Unity”)

It was thought by Federation exobiologist Erin Hansen that the Borg Queen functioned like the queen of an insect hive, to coordinate the drones. Evidence of this was later seen when the Queen countermanded the Collective’s judgment about assimilating Voyager in 2378. While the Collective felt that assimilation was warranted, the Borg Queen countermanded them and justified the decision due to the fact that Voyager didn’t compromise their security. (VOY: “Endgame”)

The Queen, while providing coordination for the drones she commanded, also provided other functions such as regulation of the Collective’s transwarp hubs and interspatial manifolds. She effectively brought “order to chaos” for all things. (VOY: “Endgame”)

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FALSE FLAG

A false flag is a covert operation designed to deceive; the deception creates the appearance of a particular party, group, or nation being responsible for some activity, disguising the actual source of responsibility.

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Borg Assimilation – 2.15 – Borg Earth (Star Trek: First Contact)

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Borg Earth

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STAR TREK: FIRST CONTACT (1996)


 

Star Trek: First Contact is a 1996 American science fiction film directed by Jonathan Frakes (in his motion picture directorial debut) and based on the franchise Star Trek. It is the eighth film in the Star Trek film series, the second to star the cast of Star Trek: The Next Generation. In the film, the crew of the USS Enterprise-E travel back in time from the 24th century to the mid-21st century to stop the cybernetic Borg from conquering Earth by changing their past.

After the release of Star Trek Generations in 1994, Paramount Pictures tasked writers Brannon Braga and Ronald D. Moore with developing the next film in the series. Braga and Moore wanted to feature the Borg in the plot, while producer Rick Berman wanted a story involving time travel. The writers combined the two ideas; they initially set the film during the European Renaissance, but changed the time period that the Borg corrupted to the mid-21st century, after fearing the Renaissance idea would be “too kitsch”. After two better-known directors turned down the job, cast member Jonathan Frakes was chosen to direct to make sure the task fell to someone who understood Star Trek.

The film’s script required the creation of new starship designs, including a new USS Enterprise. Production designer Herman Zimmerman and illustrator John Eaves collaborated to make a sleeker ship than its predecessor. Principal photography began with weeks of location shooting in Arizona and California, before production moved to new sets for the ship-based scenes. The Borg were redesigned to appear as though they were converted into machine beings from the inside-out; the new makeup sessions took four times as long as their appearances on the television series. Effects company Industrial Light & Magic rushed to complete the film’s special effects in less than five months. Traditional optical effects techniques were supplemented with computer-generated imagery. Jerry Goldsmith produced the film’s score.

Star Trek: First Contact was released on November 22, 1996, and was the highest-grossing film on its opening weekend. It eventually made $92 million in the United States and Canada with an additional $54 million in other territories, combining to a worldwide total of $146 million. Critical reception was mostly positive; critics including Roger Ebert considered it to be one of the best Star Trek films, and it was the most positively reviewed film in the franchise (93% of reviews were positive) until being marginally surpassed (94%) by the 2009 reboot film. The Borg and the special effects were lauded, while characterization was less evenly received. Scholarly analysis of the film has focused on Captain Jean-Luc Picard’s parallels to Herman Melville’s Ahab and the nature of the Borg. First Contact was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Makeup and won three Saturn Awards. It was followed by Star Trek: Insurrection in 1998.

Source: Wikipedia

STAR TREK: FIRST CONTACT (1996)
PRODUCTION DETAILS

Directed by:Jonathan Frakes
Screenplay by:Brannon Braga
Ronald D. Moore
Story by:Rick Berman
Brannon Braga
Ronald D. Moore
Based on:Star Trek by Gene Roddenberry
Produced by:Rick Berman
Marty Hornstein
Peter Lauritson
Distributed by:Paramount Pictures
Release date:November 22, 1996

Star Trek: First Contact (1996) – Temporal Vortex (Borg Earth)

BORG-EARTH


 

In another alternate timeline, the Borg were successful at preventing First Contact in 2063 and had assimilated the Earth. In 2373, the assimilated Earth had an atmosphere containing high concentrations of methane, carbon monoxide, and fluorine. It had a population of approximately nine billion Borg drones. (Star Trek: First Contact)

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HOLLYWOOD PREDICTIVE PROGRAMMING

Predictive Programming is the concept whereby conspirators plan a false flag operation, they hide references to it in the popular media before the atrocity takes place; when the event occurs, the public has softened up, and therefore passively accepts it rather than offering resistance or opposition.

FALSE FLAG

A false flag is a covert operation designed to deceive; the deception creates the appearance of a particular party, group, or nation being responsible for some activity, disguising the actual source of responsibility.

SUBLIMINAL
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(of a stimulus or mental process) below the threshold of sensation or consciousness; perceived by or affecting someone’s mind without their being aware of it.

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Borg Assimilation – 2.16 – Ronald D. Moore (Co-Writer, Star Trek: First Contact)

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Ronald D. Moore

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RONALD D. MOORE
(Co-Writer, Star Trek: First Contact)


 

Ronald Dowl Moore (born July 5, 1964) is an American screenwriter and television producer. He is best known for his work on Star Trek; on the re-imagined Battlestar Galactica television series, for which he won a Peabody Award and an Emmy Award; and on Outlander, based on the novels of Diana Gabaldon. In 2019, he created and wrote the series For All Mankind for Apple TV+.

Star Trek: First Contact (1996) Trailer

Career

Star Trek: The Next Generation (1988–94)

In 1988, he toured the Star Trek: The Next Generation sets during the filming of the episode “Time Squared.” While there, he passed a script he had written to one of Gene Roddenberry’s assistants, who helped him get an agent who submitted the script through proper channels. About seven months later, executive producer Michael Piller read the script and bought it; it became the third-season episode “The Bonding.” Based on that script he was offered the opportunity to write a second script and that led to a staff position as a script editor. Two years later, he was promoted to co-producer, then producer for the series’ final year (1994).

Moore wrote a number of episodes that developed the Klingon race and culture, starting with “Sins of the Father” which introduced the Klingon home world, the Klingon High Council and the Klingon Chancellor and continuing with “Reunion,” “Redemption, Part 1 and 2,” “Ethics” and “Rightful Heir.” He is credited with writing or co-writing 27 Next Generation episodes.

He co-wrote several episodes with Brannon Braga, developing a successful working relationship that led to them being offered the chance to write the series television finale, “All Good Things…” (which won the 1995 Hugo Award for Best Dramatic Presentation). The series also received an Emmy Award nomination in its final year for Outstanding Drama Series, losing to Picket Fences. The pair also wrote the screenplay for the Next Generation crew’s first two big screen appearances, Star Trek Generations and Star Trek: First Contact.

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HOLLYWOOD PREDICTIVE PROGRAMMING

Predictive Programming is the concept whereby conspirators plan a false flag operation, they hide references to it in the popular media before the atrocity takes place; when the event occurs, the public has softened up, and therefore passively accepts it rather than offering resistance or opposition.

FALSE FLAG

A false flag is a covert operation designed to deceive; the deception creates the appearance of a particular party, group, or nation being responsible for some activity, disguising the actual source of responsibility.

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Borg Assimilation – 2.17 – Rick Berman (Former Star Trek Head & Executive Producer)

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Rick Berman

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RICK BERMAN
(Former Head of Star Trek & Executive Producer)


 

Richard Keith Berman (born December 25, 1945) is an American television producer and screenwriter. He is best known for his work as the executive producer of several of the Star Trek television series: Star Trek: The Next Generation, Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, Star Trek: Voyager and Star Trek: Enterprise, as well as several of the Star Trek films, and for ultimately succeeding Gene Roddenberry as head of the Star Trek franchise until the cancellation of Star Trek: Enterprise in 2005.

Star Trek

In 1987, Roddenberry selected Berman and Maurice Hurley to help create Star Trek: The Next Generation. Initially, he shared supervising producer duties with Robert H. Justman. After Justman changed to consulting producer duties, Berman was promoted to co-executive producer. As Roddenberry’s health declined, Berman took over more of the series’ daily production. He was promoted to executive producer in the series’ third season, following Hurley’s departure. Berman wrote the TNG episodes “Brothers” and “A Matter of Time.” In its final year, The Next Generation became the first syndicated television show to be nominated for the Best Dramatic Series Emmy.

During The Next Generation‘s penultimate season, Berman co-created Star Trek: Deep Space Nine with Michael Piller, marking the first time two Star Trek series ran concurrently. After The Next Generation completed its run, Berman co-created Star Trek: Voyager with Piller and Jeri Taylor. In 2001, he co-created Enterprise (retitled Star Trek: Enterprise in 2003) with Brannon Braga. During this same period, Berman was also lead producer on the four Next Generation feature films: Generations (1994), First Contact (1996), Insurrection (1998), and Nemesis (2002). Berman received both producer and story credit on all four films. In recent years, staff and cast have cited his participation over the years in removing/minimizing LGBT themes from multiple Star Trek series.

In reviewing Nemesis, IGN’s Oliver Glen argued that Berman and co-producer Braga seemed to be responsible for much of Star Trek no longer being “bold.” Trek writer David Weddle believed that the “moribund aesthetics of Rick Berman” were the “constrictions that slowly strangled the franchise.” Berman specifically received criticism for his approach to dramatic musical scoring; composer Ron Jones claimed Berman “always considered music an intrusion.” However, former Next Generation star Brent Spiner credits Berman with having “protected Gene Roddenberry’s vision.” Salon‘s Robert Wilonsky asserted that Berman deserves credit for producing hundreds of hours of popular programming, and that “without Berman to keep the show alive, there’d be no Berman to blame for the show’s death.”

In 2005, Berman was involved in developing an eleventh Star Trek movie based on a script written by Erik Jendresen. However, when Gail Berman (no relation) took over as president of Paramount Pictures, Jendresen’s script was shelved. In subsequent months, Berman began hinting that his involvement with Star Trek was drawing to a close, stating in November that “when they re-energise the franchise it’s going to be the result of someone fresh, someone who has not been extensively involved with Star Trek.” In mid-2006, Berman stated he would no longer be involved in producing Star Trek. Since his departure, Berman has indicated he is still involved in television production, as well as projects “not connected to the television business.” He has also stated an interest in writing a memoir of his experiences at Star Trek.

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HOLLYWOOD PREDICTIVE PROGRAMMING

Predictive Programming is the concept whereby conspirators plan a false flag operation, they hide references to it in the popular media before the atrocity takes place; when the event occurs, the public has softened up, and therefore passively accepts it rather than offering resistance or opposition.

FALSE FLAG

A false flag is a covert operation designed to deceive; the deception creates the appearance of a particular party, group, or nation being responsible for some activity, disguising the actual source of responsibility.

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Borg Assimilation – 2.18 – Star Trek: TNG – Season 3 DVD Cover

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STAR TREK: THE NEXT GENERATION
(Season 3, 1989-1990)


 

The third season of the American science fiction television series Star Trek: The Next Generation commenced airing in broadcast syndication in the United States on September 25, 1989 and concluded on June 18, 1990 after airing 26 episodes. Set in the 24th century, the series follows the adventures of the crew of the Starfleet starship Enterprise-D. This season featured the return of Gates McFadden as Dr. Beverly Crusher after she was replaced by Diana Muldaur for the second season. The season also saw the debut of several actors who would reappear in the same roles and others throughout the franchise, such as Dwight Schultz as Lt. Reginald Barclay, and Tony Todd as Kurn.

Further changes occurred to the writing staff, with Michael Piller brought on board as executive producer after Michael I. Wagner held the position for three weeks. Ronald D. Moore also joined the staff following the submission of a script for “The Bonding”. Hans Beimler, Richard Manning, Melinda M. Snodgrass and Ira Steven Behr all left the staff at the end of the season. Actor Wil Wheaton also asked to leave following the way his character, Wesley Crusher, was written during the season, a decision he later regretted. Other changes included a modification to the opening sequence, and changes to the Starfleet uniforms on the show.

The season opened with Nielsen ratings of 10.8 for “Evolution” with the highest-rated episode being “Yesterday’s Enterprise”, which scored 11.9. This was the highest rating received since the sixth episode of the first season. The lowest rating of the season was received by the 23rd episode, “Ménage à Troi”, which was given a score of 9.1. After a couple of initial ranking decreases, the episodes in the second half of the season rose back to third place in its timeslot. The season was well received by critics, who called it one of the best of the series. Particular praise was given to several episodes including “Yesterday’s Enterprise”, “Sins of the Father” and the first part of “The Best of Both Worlds”. Box sets of the season have been released both on DVD and Blu-ray, and “The Best of Both Worlds” was given a limited theatrical release.

Star Trek: TNG – Season 3 Blu-ray Trailer

Borg Appearances

The Borg were introduced on syndicated television on May 8, 1989, in the Star Trek: The Next Generation episode “Q Who”, and rose to further prominence in the two-part cliffhanger “Best of Both Worlds, Part I”, which aired on June 18, 1990, with the sequel airing on September 24, 1990. In the Star Trek in-universe timeline, the earliest the Borg have been displayed is in 1996’s Star Trek: First Contact.

Overall, Borg aliens appear in a total of about a hundred episodes of various incarnations of Star Trek. This number includes all episodes featuring Seven of Nine, a former Borg drone; discounting these appearances, the Borg appear in six episodes of Star Trek: The Next Generation, one episode of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, 23 episodes of Star Trek: Voyager, and one episode of Star Trek: Enterprise.

The Next Generation

The Borg first appear in the Star Trek: The Next Generation second-season episode “Q Who”, when the omnipotent life-form Q hurls the Enterprise-D across the galaxy to challenge Jean-Luc Picard’s assertion that his crew is ready to face the galaxy’s dangers and mysteries. The Enterprise crew is overwhelmed by the Borg, and Picard begs for and receives Q’s help in returning the ship to its previous coordinates.

The Borg next appear in The Next Generation‘s third-season finale and fourth-season premiere, “The Best of Both Worlds”. Picard is abducted and assimilated by the Borg and transformed into Locutus (Latin for “he who speaks”). Picard’s knowledge of Starfleet’s strengths and strategies is gained by the Collective, and the single cube destroys the entire Starfleet armada at Wolf 359. The Enterprise crew manages to capture Locutus, gain information through him that allows them to destroy the cube, and then reverse the assimilation process.

In the fifth-season episode “I, Borg”, the Enterprise crew rescues an adolescent Borg they name “Hugh”. The crew faces the moral decision of whether or not to use Hugh (who begins to develop a sense of independence as a result of a severed link to the Collective) as a means of delivering a devastating computer virus to the Borg, or return to the Borg with his individuality intact. They decide to return him without the virus, but in the sixth-season episode “Descent”, a group of rogue Borg who had “assimilated” individuality through Hugh fall under the control of the android Lore, the “older brother” of Data. Lore also corrupts Data through the use of an “emotion chip”, simultaneously deactivating Data’s ethical subroutines and projecting only negative emotions to it. Under this programming, Data participates in the capture of Picard, La Forge and Troi, but they are able to reactivate Data’s ethical subroutines, allowing him to recognize that his current actions are wrong and leading him to deactivate Lore. Data recovers the emotion chip and the surviving Borg fall under the leadership of Hugh.

In 2017, SYFY listed “I, Borg” among the 25 best science fiction episodes of the last 25 years.

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HOLLYWOOD PREDICTIVE PROGRAMMING

Predictive Programming is the concept whereby conspirators plan a false flag operation, they hide references to it in the popular media before the atrocity takes place; when the event occurs, the public has softened up, and therefore passively accepts it rather than offering resistance or opposition.

FALSE FLAG

A false flag is a covert operation designed to deceive; the deception creates the appearance of a particular party, group, or nation being responsible for some activity, disguising the actual source of responsibility.

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Borg Assimilation – 2.19 – Episode Titlecard (Star Trek: TNG – 3×26 – The Best of Both Worlds)

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STAR TREK: THE NEXT GENERATION
(3×26 – The Best of Both Worlds)


 

The Best of Both Worlds” is the 26th episode of the third season and the first episode of the fourth season of the American science fiction television series Star Trek: The Next Generation. It comprises the 74th and 75th episodes of the series overall. The first part was originally aired on June 18, 1990, and the second on September 24, 1990 in broadcast syndication television.

Set in the 24th century, the series follows the adventures of the Starfleet crew of the Federation starship Enterprise-D. In this two part episode, the Enterprise must battle the Borg who are intent on conquering Earth, with a captured and assimilated Captain Picard as their emissary. Part 1 was the finale to season three, while Part 2 was the premiere of season four. It is considered one of the most popular TNG episodes.

In April 2013, “The Best of Both Worlds” was re-released edited together as a single feature film, released on Blu-ray disc and shown as a one-night only event in movie theaters.

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STAR TREK: TNG – “THE BEST OF BOTH WORLDS”
PRODUCTION DETAILS

Episode nos.:Season 3, Episode 26
and
Season 4, Episode 1
Directed by:Cliff Bole
Written by:Michael Piller
Original air date:June 18, 1990
September 24, 1990

Plot Summary

Part 1

The Starship Enterprise responds to a distress call from a Federation colony and arrives to discover the colony gone. The Federation suspect the Borg—cybernetic humanoids that assimilate individuals into their hive mind.

Starfleet Admiral Hanson arrives on board the Enterprise with Lieutenant Commander Shelby, an expert on the Borg, who assists the crew in determining the cause of the colony’s disappearance. Hanson informs Captain Picard that Commander Riker has been offered the command of the Starship Melbourne and suggests that Riker take the position, having turned it down twice previously. Although there is tension between Riker and the ambitious Shelby—who wants to take over his position of first officer—they confirm that the colony was assimilated by the Borg. Hanson advises Picard that another Federation vessel encountered a strange “cube-like” vessel before sending a distress call that ended abruptly. Enterprise moves to intercept and confronts a Borg cube.

The Borg demand that Picard surrender himself, which he refuses. Although initially deterred by Enterprise‘s shield modulation, the Borg lock the vessel in a tractor beam and begin cutting into the hull. Shelby suggests randomly changing the frequency of the ship’s phasers to prevent the Borg from adapting to the attack, which frees the vessel. The Enterprise escapes to a nearby nebula, where Chief Engineer Geordi La Forge and Ensign Wesley Crusher adapt a technique suggested by Shelby to modify the deflector dish to fire a massive energy discharge capable of destroying the Borg cube. The Borg flush Enterprise from the nebula, board the ship, and abduct Picard. The Borg Cube moves at high warp speed towards Earth, with Enterprise in pursuit.

Riker, now in command of the ship, prepares to join an away team to transport to the cube to rescue Picard, but Counselor Troi reminds him his place is now on the bridge. Shelby leads the away team onto the Borg cube, where they are ignored by the Borg drones. The team locate Picard’s uniform and communicator and then destroy power nodes inside the cube, forcing it out of warp. As the team prepares to transport to Enterprise, they see an assimilated Picard. The Borg contact Enterprise, with Picard stating that he is “Locutus of Borg” and to prepare for assimilation. Riker orders Worf to fire the deflector dish.

Star Trek: TNG – “The Best of Both Worlds”
We have engaged the Borg

Part 2

The deflector dish discharge has no effect on the Borg cube; Locutus reveals that the Borg had prepared for the attack using Picard’s knowledge. The Borg cube continues at warp speed towards Earth, with the crippled Enterprise unable to follow. Upon reporting their failure to Hanson, Riker is promoted to captain and makes Shelby his first officer. The crew learns that a fleet of starships is massing at Wolf 359 to stop the Borg. Guinan suggests to Riker that he “let go of Picard”, since Picard’s knowledge is being used to thwart Starfleet tactics, in order to defeat the Borg and possibly save Picard’s life.

The Enterprise arrives at Wolf 359 to find that Hanson has been killed and the fleet destroyed, including the Melbourne. It then follows the cube’s warp trail to an intercept point and offers to negotiate with Locutus. The request is denied, but the communication reveals Locutus’s location within the cube. The Enterprise then separates into saucer and stardrive sections. Although Shelby suggested attacking with the stardrive section, Riker does the reverse and orders the saucer section to fire an antimatter spread near the cube, disrupting its sensors and allowing a shuttlecraft piloted by Lieutenant Commander Data and Lt. Worf to pass the Borg shields and beam aboard the Borg cube. They kidnap Locutus, although the Borg ignore this and continue to Earth.

Data and Dr. Crusher create a neural link with Locutus to gain access to the Borg’s collective consciousness. Data attempts to use the link to disable the Borg’s weapons and defensive systems, but cannot, as they are protected by security protocols. Picard breaks free from Borg control and mutters, “sleep”. Dr. Crusher comments that Picard must be exhausted from this ordeal, however Data realizes that Picard is suggesting accessing the Borg regeneration subroutines, which are less protected than key systems like weapons or power. Data issues a command to the Borg to enter sleep mode, causing their weapons and shields to deactivate. A feedback loop builds in the Borg cube, which destroys the vessel. Dr. Crusher and Data remove the Borg implants and augmentations from Picard.

The Enterprise is awaiting repairs at an orbital shipyard, and Riker, although offered command of his own ship, insists on remaining as first officer. Shelby is reassigned to a task force dedicated to rebuilding the fleet. Picard recovers, but is still disturbed by his ordeal.

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Borg Assimilation – 2.20 – Locutus of Borg (Star Trek: TNG – 3×26 – The Best of Both Worlds)

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Locutus of Borg
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LOCUTUS OF BORG
(Star Trek: TNG – 3×26 – The Best of Both Worlds,
1990)


 

Locutus of Borg” was the Borg designation forced upon Starfleet captain Jean-Luc Picard after his assimilation in late 2366.

Star Trek: TNG – “The Best of Both Worlds”
Locutus of Borg

STAR TREK: TNG – “THE BEST OF BOTH WORLDS”
PRODUCTION DETAILS

Episode nos.:Season 3, Episode 26
and
Season 4, Episode 1
Directed by:Cliff Bole
Written by:Michael Piller
Original air date:June 18, 1990
September 24, 1990

History

The Borg intended to use Picard as an intermediary, a spokesman for the Human race, in order to facilitate the assimilation of Earth so that the process would be as quick and efficient (or as perfect, from the perspective of the Borg Collective) as possible, with the fewest number of casualties on both sides. He may have had some form of individuality, as shown by his use of the pronoun “I”. (TNG: “The Best of Both Worlds”)

The Borg Queen herself had been aboard the Borg cube where Picard had undergone his transformation into Locutus. Interested in overseeing this event, she had intended for Picard to become her equal counterpart. (Star Trek: First Contact)

Picard’s assimilation allowed the Borg to acquire the whole of his knowledge and experience, as well as his own personal knowledge (a fact that was made apparent when Locutus addressed Commander Riker as “Number one”). Picard’s detailed information regarding Federation technology and strategy yielded the Borg a significant tactical advantage when Starfleet confronted the Borg cube at Wolf 359. (TNG: “The Best of Both Worlds, Part II”; DS9: “Emissary”)

his access proved two-way, however, as the crew of the USS Enterprise-D was able to capture Locutus and use his link to disable and destroy the Borg vessel by sending the Borg cube a command to regenerate, which created a feedback loop that destroyed the cube and severed Picard’s link to the Collective. (TNG: “The Best of Both Worlds, Part II”)

Though his implants were removed and his wounds were allowed to heal, Picard’s assimilation continued to haunt him. He returned to Earth, and paid a visit to his family in La Barre, France, where he eventually came to terms with the ordeal. (TNG: “Family”)

Despite this, he carried the trauma for years, with it nearly overwhelming him when he visited the Artifact. (PIC: “The Impossible Box”)

Despite his separation from the Collective, Borg drones that had never encountered Locutus, such as Third of Five, still referred to Picard using this name, due to Locutus’ experiences remaining within the shared Hive mind. (TNG: “I Borg”, “Descent”)

When Benjamin Sisko made contact with the Prophets in 2369, one took the form of Locutus as he appeared on the viewscreen of Sisko’s ship, the USS Saratoga, shortly before the Battle of Wolf 359. (DS9: “Emissary”)

When the Borg attempted a second invasion in 2373, Picard’s experience with the Borg not only gave him prior warning of the attack, but also allowed him to pinpoint a weakness in the Borg defenses, which resulted in the fleet destroying the invading vessel. (Star Trek: First Contact)

In 2374, when Captain Kathryn Janeway was conducting negotiations with the Borg during the Borg-Species 8472 War, she requested to speak to an individual, and cited to the Borg: “You’ve done it before, when you transformed Jean-Luc Picard into Locutus.” (VOY: “Scorpion, Part II”)

When Picard went to the Artifact in 2399, looking to find Soji Asha, he ran a computer search. One of the images that came up was of Locutus, which Picard reacted to by placing his hand on his own face, where the Borg implants had once been. Once he reached the Artifact, Picard began to experience anxiety from seeing the Borg architecture, thus experiencing vivid memories of his time as Locutus, recalling individuals such as the Borg Queen. He almost fell over until he was aided by several former drones. Hugh, who had accompanied the former drones then reassured Picard that he was no longer Locutus. Nevertheless, one of the former drones there later recognized him as such, (PIC: “The Impossible Box”) as did the Borg Queen in the Confederation of Earth timeline. (PIC: “Penance”, PIC: “Assimilation”)

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Borg Assimilation – 2.21 – Borg Drone (Star Trek: TNG – 3×26 – The Best of Both Worlds)

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STAR TREK: THE NEXT GENERATION
(3×26 – The Best of Both Worlds, 1990)


 

The Best of Both Worlds” is the 26th episode of the third season and the first episode of the fourth season of the American science fiction television series Star Trek: The Next Generation. It comprises the 74th and 75th episodes of the series overall. The first part was originally aired on June 18, 1990, and the second on September 24, 1990 in broadcast syndication television.

Set in the 24th century, the series follows the adventures of the Starfleet crew of the Federation starship Enterprise-D. In this two part episode, the Enterprise must battle the Borg who are intent on conquering Earth, with a captured and assimilated Captain Picard as their emissary. Part 1 was the finale to season three, while Part 2 was the premiere of season four. It is considered one of the most popular TNG episodes.

In April 2013, “The Best of Both Worlds” was re-released edited together as a single feature film, released on Blu-ray disc and shown as a one-night only event in movie theaters.

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Star Trek: TNG – “The Best of Both Worlds”
Picard kidnapped by the Borg

STAR TREK: TNG – “THE BEST OF BOTH WORLDS”
PRODUCTION DETAILS

Episode nos.:Season 3, Episode 26
and
Season 4, Episode 1
Directed by:Cliff Bole
Written by:Michael Piller
Original air date:June 18, 1990
September 24, 1990

BORG DRONE


 

Borg drones made up the population of the Borg Collective.

A drone was an assimilated individual augmented with Borg technology and capable of assimilating other lifeforms and technology into the Collective. After assimilation a drone was integrated into the collective and its consciousness and that of the collective became one. A drone possessed no sense of individuality and existed only to perform its designated function within the Collective.

A History of the Borg

Physiology

Although both male and females of any susceptible species could be assimilated, Borg drones themselves were neither male nor female in a reproductive sense. (TNG: “Q Who”)

The physiology of Borg drones varied because various species were assimilated into the Collective. (Star Trek: First Contact; VOY: “Unity”, “Scorpion”, “Scorpion, Part II”, “Unimatrix Zero”)

Their organic bodies were enhanced, and some parts completely replaced, with cybernetic implants. (TNG: “The Best of Both Worlds”, “The Best of Both Worlds, Part II”; Star Trek: First Contact; VOY: “Unity”, “Scorpion”, “The Gift”)

The nature of these implants was determined by the drone’s intended function, such as medical repairs or tactical. (TNG: “Q Who”, “I Borg”; VOY: “Dark Frontier”)

Every drone was equipped with a homing device, which had its own unique translink frequency, by which it was kept in contact with the Collective through subspace transceivers, thus forming the hive mind. (VOY: “Infinite Regress”, “Dark Frontier”; ENT: “Regeneration”)

The original species of a drone was often considered by the Collective when assigning a function. (VOY: “Think Tank”)

Via nanoprobes, which were uniquely encoded for every drone, a drone was capable of assimilating others into the Borg Collective. (VOY: “One”, “Survival Instinct”)

Drones could assimilate an entire starship, replicating components to interface with local technology. (ENT: “Regeneration”; Star Trek: First Contact; VOY: “Scorpion, Part II”)

After assimilation, a drone possessed greater strength than before assimilation. (ENT: “Regeneration”)

Its organic cardiopulmonary system was reinforced. (VOY: “The Haunting of Deck Twelve”)

A drone’s body was covered with exo-plating, which could protect it from the rigors of space, among other things. (Star Trek: First Contact)

The exoskeleton of a single limb could withstand a power surge of five million gigawatts (VOY: “Revulsion”)

When equipped with an eyepiece, a drone had the ability to see everything within the EM spectrum, similar to a Federation VISOR, as well as view the nanoscale, the size of molecules, analyze every facet and dimension of any object in perfect detail, and save perfect representations of those objects in physical memory. (TNG: “I Borg”)

A drone’s eyepiece was capable of directly observing the geometry of multi-dimensional space-time. (VOY: “Relativity”)

A drone also had a personal force field which protected itself from particle beam weapons such as phasers. (TNG: “The Best of Both Worlds”; VOY: “Unity”, “Scorpion”, “Scorpion, Part II”, “Dark Frontier”; Star Trek: First Contact)

The force field could adapt itself to counteract the threat the drone was experiencing. (Star Trek: First Contact)

A drone even had the ability to survive after being frozen for at least 90 years. (ENT: “Regeneration”)

Lily Sloane, a human observer local to Earth of the 21st century, characterized Borg drones as “bionic zombies” after hearing a description of them, albeit before observing them directly. (Star Trek: First Contact)

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A false flag is a covert operation designed to deceive; the deception creates the appearance of a particular party, group, or nation being responsible for some activity, disguising the actual source of responsibility.

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Borg Assimilation – 2.22 – Michael Piller (Showrunner, Star Trek: TNG, 1989-1994)

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Michael Piller

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MICHAEL PILLER
(Showrunner of Star Trek: TNG, 1989–1994)


 

Michael Piller (May 30, 1948 – November 1, 2005) was an American television scriptwriter and producer, who was best known for his contributions to the Star Trek franchise.

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In 1989, a call to Maurice Hurley, a friend who had led the writing staff of Star Trek: The Next Generation through its second year, led to Piller co-writing an episode with Michael Wagner called “Evolution”. When Wagner dropped out of leading the writing staff for the show’s third year, Piller was invited to assume the showrunner position, reporting to executive producer Rick Berman, as of the fifth episode of the third season, “The Bonding”. During the first two years of the series, the writing staff had been plagued by conflicts, with the staff continually changing as different writers came and went. Within a year, Piller had formed a strong writing team, something that had eluded previous executives. He also moved the focus away from “alien-of-the-week” or “situation-of-the-week” stories to ones that developed the main characters and their relationships, which many point to as the turning point for the series. Another key innovation was Piller’s open-door policy for scripts, allowing anyone to submit story ideas. This policy yielded some of the series’ most popular episodes, including “Yesterday’s Enterprise”.

The Next Generation ran for seven years and garnered increasing critical recognition, culminating in an Emmy Award nomination in its final year for Outstanding Drama Series. Piller was personally responsible for a number of popular episodes, including “The Best of Both Worlds”, Parts 1 & 2, which are frequently identified as the best episodes of The Next Generation, and the two-part fifth season “Unification”, which saw the appearance of Spock, portrayed by Leonard Nimoy, who originated the role on the original Star Trek series.

In late 1991, when The Next Generation executive producer Rick Berman was asked by Paramount Pictures to create a new Star Trek series, he turned to Piller to help him create the new show. Star Trek: Deep Space Nine debuted in January 1993 with “Emissary”, the pilot episode written by Piller, to the highest-ever ratings for a syndicated series premiere. Like The Next Generation, the series ran for seven years, with Piller serving as showrunner for its first two seasons.

He was succeeded as showrunner on The Next Generation by Jeri Taylor after the series’ fifth season. In 1994, Berman was again asked to create another new Star Trek series for Paramount’s new UPN television network. As before, Berman teamed with Piller, developing Star Trek: Voyager along with Taylor. When Voyager began its first season, Piller transitioned fully to Voyager and was replaced as showrunner on Deep Space Nine by Ira Steven Behr, who served as showrunner for that series’ remaining years. Piller served as showrunner and head of the writing staff for Voyager‘s first two seasons, with Taylor serving as his second-in-command. Piller left Voyager and retired from the franchise after its second season with Taylor succeeding him for the third season.

At the same time, Piller developed another series for UPN called Legend. However, the series was cancelled after only 12 episodes. Meanwhile, Piller continued as a creative consultant on Deep Space Nine and Voyager, sending in notes on scripts as they were being prepared for production.

In 1993, Piller had been approached to write one of two prospective scripts for the first Next Generation feature film, with the other written by The Next Generation staff writers Ronald D. Moore and Brannon Braga. He declined. In 1997, he was approached again to write a Next Generation feature film, collaborating with Rick Berman to write Star Trek: Insurrection. While writing the treatment for this film, he documented the entire process in the book Fade In, though it remained unpublished. Following Piller’s death in 2005, the book was published on the internet. His wife, Sandra, has subsequently sought to have the work published in bound form. She described in an interview in 2013 that the studio was surprised by his honesty about the writing process and production of Insurrection, and paraphrased the response of the executives at Paramount Pictures, saying, “We can’t let the public know what we do here; what goes on behind the scenes!”

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HOLLYWOOD PREDICTIVE PROGRAMMING

Predictive Programming is the concept whereby conspirators plan a false flag operation, they hide references to it in the popular media before the atrocity takes place; when the event occurs, the public has softened up, and therefore passively accepts it rather than offering resistance or opposition.

FALSE FLAG

A false flag is a covert operation designed to deceive; the deception creates the appearance of a particular party, group, or nation being responsible for some activity, disguising the actual source of responsibility.

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Borg Assimilation – 2.23 – Borg Infant (Star Trek: TNG – 2×16 – Q Who)

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STAR TREK: THE NEXT GENERATION
(2×16 – Q Who, 1989)


 

Q Who” is the 16th episode of the second season of the American science fiction television series Star Trek: The Next Generation. The episode first aired in broadcast syndication on May 5, 1989. It was written by executive producer Maurice Hurley and directed by Rob Bowman. “Q Who” marked the first appearance of the Borg, who were designed by Hurley and originally intended to appear in the first season episode “The Neutral Zone”.

Set in the 24th century, the series follows the adventures of the Starfleet crew of the Federation starship Enterprise-D. In this episode, the omnipotent entity known as “Q” (John de Lancie) arrives on the Enterprise and decides that Captain Jean-Luc Picard (Patrick Stewart) is ignorant and overconfident. Q then sends the ship across the galaxy where the crew make first contact with the cybernetically enhanced assimilating race known as the Borg. After first trying to make peace and then trying to destroy the ship, and failing both, Picard is forced to beg for Q’s help.

Costume designs were created by Dorinda Wood, while Michael Westmore developed the prosthetics worn on the actor’s heads. The designs were reminiscent of creations of H. R. Giger and the character Lord Dread from the television series Captain Power and the Soldiers of the Future. The episode went over budget and nearly required additional filming time. “Q Who” was watched by 10.3 million viewers. The critical reception has been positive, with the episode described as the first “great episode” of the series. It was nominated for three Emmy Awards, winning two.

Star Trek: TNG – “Q Who” – Borg Nursery

STAR TREK: TNG – “Q WHO”
PRODUCTION DETAILS

Episode no.:Season 2
Episode 16
Directed by:Rob Bowman
Written by:Maurice Hurley
Original air date:May 8, 1989

PLOT SUMMARY

On his way back to his quarters, Captain Jean-Luc Picard (Patrick Stewart) steps off a turbolift and instead of finding himself in a corridor onboard the Enterprise, ends up on board a shuttlecraft with Q (John de Lancie) at the controls. Picard demands to be returned to the Enterprise; Q calls him “an impossibly stubborn human” and refuses to take him back until he agrees to at least hear Q’s requests. Q then transports them to Ten Forward, where Guinan (Whoopi Goldberg), who recognizes him, warns Picard not to trust him. Q reveals that he wants to join the crew to assist them as they push further into unexplored regions of the galaxy, asserting they are not ready for the threats they will encounter. Picard chooses to make their own way into the unknown, and rejects Q’s offer. Irritated by Picard’s arrogance, Q instantaneously sends the Enterprise thousands of light years across the galaxy, then disappears. Lt. Commander Data (Brent Spiner) reports that the nearest starbase is over two years away at maximum warp. A fearful Guinan warns Picard to set course for home immediately, but Picard is curious to explore.

The crew discover a nearby planet that shows signs of a previous civilization but has been stripped of all industrial and mechanical elements, similar to destruction found several months ago to Federation outposts bordering the Romulan Neutral Zone. Moments later, they detect and are then met by a large, cube-shaped vessel which does not answer their hails. Guinan warns Picard that the ship belongs to the Borg, a powerful, cyborg-like race that nearly wiped out her people, scattering the survivors across the galaxy, and again urges Picard to leave immediately or face certain destruction. Though Picard orders the Enterprise‘s shields raised, a single, speechless Borg transports into Engineering and begins to probe the Enterprise‘s computer systems. Lt. Worf (Michael Dorn) initially attempts to incapacitate the intruder with his phaser set on stun, which has no effect. Worf is forced to use the kill setting in order to neutralize the Borg. Immediately afterwards, a second Borg appears and continues probing the computer, now proving to be completely immune to phaser fire. Completing its mission, it strips several components from the dead Borg, then transports itself and the dead Borg away. The Borg ship contacts the Enterprise and demands their surrender. The Borg then immobilizes the Enterprise with a tractor beam, disables the shields, and uses a cutting beam to slice into the saucer section to remove a cross-section of the ship, killing eighteen people.

Picard orders return fire, and the Enterprise apparently disables the Borg ship. Against Guinan’s advice, Commander William Riker (Jonathan Frakes) takes an away team to the immense Borg cube where they find mostly dormant Borg drones and a Borg nursery. Data discovers that the Borg ship is regenerating and repairing the damage made by the Enterprise. The away team is beamed directly to the bridge, and Picard orders that they depart at maximum warp. The Borg ship suddenly reactivates and begins pursuit, gaining on the Enterprise. Q appears on the bridge and warns Picard that the Borg will never stop chasing them, and cannot be defeated. Picard attempts to fight back against the Borg to no avail, and finally admits he needs Q’s help. Q obliges, safely returning the Enterprise to its last position in Federation space. Picard, though thankful for Q’s lesson, blames Q for the deaths of his crew. Q disappears, but not before reminding them again of their ill-preparedness. Guinan warns Picard that now that the Borg are aware of the Federation’s presence, they will be coming. Picard reflects that perhaps Q did the right thing for the wrong reasons by bringing forward their encounter with the Borg, as it has informed the Federation what lies ahead of them as they continue to explore.

Star Trek: TNG – “Q Who” – You can’t reason with them

Production

The Borg

Gene Roddenberry was keen not to re-use aliens from The Original Series, and so the Ferengi were developed to be the main villains for The Next Generation. After the new aliens’ first few appearances, it was decided that they were too comical to suit such a role, and instead the production team began looking for a new adversary for Starfleet. Writer and co-executive producer Maurice Hurley developed the idea of an insectoid race with a shared hive consciousness. This idea would become the cybernetic Borg due to budget constraints, with the idea of a hive mind remaining. The new race would go on to appear in five further episodes of The Next Generation, as well as the film Star Trek: First Contact. The Borg also appeared in the pilot of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, the Star Trek: Enterprise episode “Regeneration” and repeatedly in Star Trek: Voyager from the end of season three onwards.

It had been originally planned to include the Borg in the first season episode “The Neutral Zone”, but due to the 1988 Writers Guild of America strike, the time to write the script was cut short. Hurley developed the episode over a day and a half with the Borg elements directly removed. The episode was originally conceived as having two parts, with the Romulans and Federation teaming up in the second part, but that plan was subsequently dropped. This plot may have been linked to the aliens seen in “Conspiracy”. “The Neutral Zone” instead simply made reference to the destruction of a series of outposts by an unknown enemy.

The design of the Borg were reminiscent of Lord Dread from the television series Captain Power and the Soldiers of the Future and the designs of H. R. Giger. The first designs for the new race were created by costume designer Dorinda Wood after she received the script to “Q Who”. While her design showed a suit with tubes running in and out of it, she left the head design up to make-up supervisor Michael Westmore. The headpieces and the main costumes were made at the same time by the two different departments, with Wood and Westmore working together at times to ensure that they matched. The base of the head pieces was made from foam, and while Westmore initially made casts of model kits using polyurethane for the electronic parts, he found it more effective to use actual electronics from damaged equipment. He designed a latex attachment to allow for tubes to be attached to skin so that there was not a great deal of bare skin left on the actors’ bodies. That skin was covered in a white base make-up in order to achieve a zombie-like appearance.

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HOLLYWOOD PREDICTIVE PROGRAMMING

Predictive Programming is the concept whereby conspirators plan a false flag operation, they hide references to it in the popular media before the atrocity takes place; when the event occurs, the public has softened up, and therefore passively accepts it rather than offering resistance or opposition.

FALSE FLAG

A false flag is a covert operation designed to deceive; the deception creates the appearance of a particular party, group, or nation being responsible for some activity, disguising the actual source of responsibility.

SUBLIMINAL
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(of a stimulus or mental process) below the threshold of sensation or consciousness; perceived by or affecting someone’s mind without their being aware of it.

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Borg Assimilation – 2.24 – Borg Drone (Star Trek: TNG – 2×16 – Q Who)

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STAR TREK: THE NEXT GENERATION
(2×16 – Q Who, 1989)


 

Q Who” is the 16th episode of the second season of the American science fiction television series Star Trek: The Next Generation. The episode first aired in broadcast syndication on May 5, 1989. It was written by executive producer Maurice Hurley and directed by Rob Bowman. “Q Who” marked the first appearance of the Borg, who were designed by Hurley and originally intended to appear in the first season episode “The Neutral Zone”.

Set in the 24th century, the series follows the adventures of the Starfleet crew of the Federation starship Enterprise-D. In this episode, the omnipotent entity known as “Q” (John de Lancie) arrives on the Enterprise and decides that Captain Jean-Luc Picard (Patrick Stewart) is ignorant and overconfident. Q then sends the ship across the galaxy where the crew make first contact with the cybernetically enhanced assimilating race known as the Borg. After first trying to make peace and then trying to destroy the ship, and failing both, Picard is forced to beg for Q’s help.

Costume designs were created by Dorinda Wood, while Michael Westmore developed the prosthetics worn on the actor’s heads. The designs were reminiscent of creations of H. R. Giger and the character Lord Dread from the television series Captain Power and the Soldiers of the Future. The episode went over budget and nearly required additional filming time. “Q Who” was watched by 10.3 million viewers. The critical reception has been positive, with the episode described as the first “great episode” of the series. It was nominated for three Emmy Awards, winning two.

Star Trek: TNG – “Q Who” – First encounter with the Borg

STAR TREK: TNG – “Q WHO”
PRODUCTION DETAILS

Episode no.:Season 2
Episode 16
Directed by:Rob Bowman
Written by:Maurice Hurley
Original air date:May 8, 1989

PLOT SUMMARY

On his way back to his quarters, Captain Jean-Luc Picard (Patrick Stewart) steps off a turbolift and instead of finding himself in a corridor onboard the Enterprise, ends up on board a shuttlecraft with Q (John de Lancie) at the controls. Picard demands to be returned to the Enterprise; Q calls him “an impossibly stubborn human” and refuses to take him back until he agrees to at least hear Q’s requests. Q then transports them to Ten Forward, where Guinan (Whoopi Goldberg), who recognizes him, warns Picard not to trust him. Q reveals that he wants to join the crew to assist them as they push further into unexplored regions of the galaxy, asserting they are not ready for the threats they will encounter. Picard chooses to make their own way into the unknown, and rejects Q’s offer. Irritated by Picard’s arrogance, Q instantaneously sends the Enterprise thousands of light years across the galaxy, then disappears. Lt. Commander Data (Brent Spiner) reports that the nearest starbase is over two years away at maximum warp. A fearful Guinan warns Picard to set course for home immediately, but Picard is curious to explore.

The crew discover a nearby planet that shows signs of a previous civilization but has been stripped of all industrial and mechanical elements, similar to destruction found several months ago to Federation outposts bordering the Romulan Neutral Zone. Moments later, they detect and are then met by a large, cube-shaped vessel which does not answer their hails. Guinan warns Picard that the ship belongs to the Borg, a powerful, cyborg-like race that nearly wiped out her people, scattering the survivors across the galaxy, and again urges Picard to leave immediately or face certain destruction. Though Picard orders the Enterprise‘s shields raised, a single, speechless Borg transports into Engineering and begins to probe the Enterprise‘s computer systems. Lt. Worf (Michael Dorn) initially attempts to incapacitate the intruder with his phaser set on stun, which has no effect. Worf is forced to use the kill setting in order to neutralize the Borg. Immediately afterwards, a second Borg appears and continues probing the computer, now proving to be completely immune to phaser fire. Completing its mission, it strips several components from the dead Borg, then transports itself and the dead Borg away. The Borg ship contacts the Enterprise and demands their surrender. The Borg then immobilizes the Enterprise with a tractor beam, disables the shields, and uses a cutting beam to slice into the saucer section to remove a cross-section of the ship, killing eighteen people.

Picard orders return fire, and the Enterprise apparently disables the Borg ship. Against Guinan’s advice, Commander William Riker (Jonathan Frakes) takes an away team to the immense Borg cube where they find mostly dormant Borg drones and a Borg nursery. Data discovers that the Borg ship is regenerating and repairing the damage made by the Enterprise. The away team is beamed directly to the bridge, and Picard orders that they depart at maximum warp. The Borg ship suddenly reactivates and begins pursuit, gaining on the Enterprise. Q appears on the bridge and warns Picard that the Borg will never stop chasing them, and cannot be defeated. Picard attempts to fight back against the Borg to no avail, and finally admits he needs Q’s help. Q obliges, safely returning the Enterprise to its last position in Federation space. Picard, though thankful for Q’s lesson, blames Q for the deaths of his crew. Q disappears, but not before reminding them again of their ill-preparedness. Guinan warns Picard that now that the Borg are aware of the Federation’s presence, they will be coming. Picard reflects that perhaps Q did the right thing for the wrong reasons by bringing forward their encounter with the Borg, as it has informed the Federation what lies ahead of them as they continue to explore.

Star Trek: TNG – “Q Who” – Picard’s very first Borg contact

Production

The Borg

Gene Roddenberry was keen not to re-use aliens from The Original Series, and so the Ferengi were developed to be the main villains for The Next Generation. After the new aliens’ first few appearances, it was decided that they were too comical to suit such a role, and instead the production team began looking for a new adversary for Starfleet. Writer and co-executive producer Maurice Hurley developed the idea of an insectoid race with a shared hive consciousness. This idea would become the cybernetic Borg due to budget constraints, with the idea of a hive mind remaining. The new race would go on to appear in five further episodes of The Next Generation, as well as the film Star Trek: First Contact. The Borg also appeared in the pilot of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, the Star Trek: Enterprise episode “Regeneration” and repeatedly in Star Trek: Voyager from the end of season three onwards.

It had been originally planned to include the Borg in the first season episode “The Neutral Zone”, but due to the 1988 Writers Guild of America strike, the time to write the script was cut short. Hurley developed the episode over a day and a half with the Borg elements directly removed. The episode was originally conceived as having two parts, with the Romulans and Federation teaming up in the second part, but that plan was subsequently dropped. This plot may have been linked to the aliens seen in “Conspiracy”. “The Neutral Zone” instead simply made reference to the destruction of a series of outposts by an unknown enemy.

The design of the Borg were reminiscent of Lord Dread from the television series Captain Power and the Soldiers of the Future and the designs of H. R. Giger. The first designs for the new race were created by costume designer Dorinda Wood after she received the script to “Q Who”. While her design showed a suit with tubes running in and out of it, she left the head design up to make-up supervisor Michael Westmore. The headpieces and the main costumes were made at the same time by the two different departments, with Wood and Westmore working together at times to ensure that they matched. The base of the head pieces was made from foam, and while Westmore initially made casts of model kits using polyurethane for the electronic parts, he found it more effective to use actual electronics from damaged equipment. He designed a latex attachment to allow for tubes to be attached to skin so that there was not a great deal of bare skin left on the actors’ bodies. That skin was covered in a white base make-up in order to achieve a zombie-like appearance.

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HOLLYWOOD PREDICTIVE PROGRAMMING

Predictive Programming is the concept whereby conspirators plan a false flag operation, they hide references to it in the popular media before the atrocity takes place; when the event occurs, the public has softened up, and therefore passively accepts it rather than offering resistance or opposition.

FALSE FLAG

A false flag is a covert operation designed to deceive; the deception creates the appearance of a particular party, group, or nation being responsible for some activity, disguising the actual source of responsibility.

SUBLIMINAL
adjective

(of a stimulus or mental process) below the threshold of sensation or consciousness; perceived by or affecting someone’s mind without their being aware of it.

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Borg Assimilation – 2.25 – Maurice Hurley (Writer, Star Trek: TNG – 2×16 – Q Who)

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Maurice Hurley

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MAURICE HURLEY
(Writer, Star Trek: TNG – 2×16 – Q Who)


 

Maurice Hurley (August 16, 1939 – February 24, 2015) was an American screenwriter and producer known best for his work on Star Trek: The Next Generation.

Career

In the 1980s, his work for television included writing scripts for The Equalizer and Miami Vice. He also produced some episodes of The Equalizer.

He wrote the script for the film Firebird 2015 AD in 1981, and in 2002 co-wrote the film Groom Lake with William Shatner.

Hurley co-created the show Pointman with Joel Surnow & Steve Hattman; Surnow would go on to create 24 & La Femme Nikita and Hurley would work with him for a time there as a writer/producer. Other TV efforts included writing and/or producing episodes of Baywatch, Baywatch Nights, Kung Fu: The Legend Continues and Diagnosis: Murder.

In Star Trek: The Next Generation, Hurley was the series’ initial head writer and show runner. His influence was substantial as he introduced creative elements on the series that are now part of the franchise, notably the Borg. Hurley was blamed for the firing of Gates McFadden, who played the role of Dr. Beverly Crusher, at the end of the show’s first season. Executive producer Rick Berman recalled that Hurley “had a real bone to pick” with McFadden and did not like her acting. He left the series after its second season, which left the door open for Rick Berman to rehire McFadden after dismissing her replacement Diana Muldaur. Hurley was replaced by Michael I. Wagner for four episodes and ultimately by Michael Piller.

In 1993, he would return to the franchise briefly, asked by Berman to write an initial draft for the first Next Generation feature film Star Trek Generations that would transition the film series from the original Enterprise crew to the current era crew. Hurley’s story treatment involved a plot in which James T. Kirk is somehow propelled into the future, where he manifests on the holodeck and works with Jean-Luc Picard to help solve a dilemma involving an interdimensional species, but Berman ultimately chose a script treatment proposed by Ronald D. Moore and Brannon Braga.

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HOLLYWOOD PREDICTIVE PROGRAMMING

Predictive Programming is the concept whereby conspirators plan a false flag operation, they hide references to it in the popular media before the atrocity takes place; when the event occurs, the public has softened up, and therefore passively accepts it rather than offering resistance or opposition.

FALSE FLAG

A false flag is a covert operation designed to deceive; the deception creates the appearance of a particular party, group, or nation being responsible for some activity, disguising the actual source of responsibility.

SUBLIMINAL
adjective

(of a stimulus or mental process) below the threshold of sensation or consciousness; perceived by or affecting someone’s mind without their being aware of it.

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Borg Assimilation – 2.26 – Gene Roddenberry (Creator, Star Trek)

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GENE RODDENBERRY
(Creator of Star Trek)


 

Eugene Wesley Roddenberry Sr. (August 19, 1921 – October 24, 1991) was an American television screenwriter, producer, and creator of Star Trek: The Original Series, its sequel spin-off series Star Trek: The Animated Series, and Star Trek: The Next Generation. Born in El Paso, Texas, Roddenberry grew up in Los Angeles, where his father was a police officer. Roddenberry flew 89 combat missions in the Army Air Forces during World War II and worked as a commercial pilot after the war. Later, he followed in his father’s footsteps and joined the Los Angeles Police Department, where he also began to write scripts for television.

As a freelance writer, Roddenberry wrote scripts for Highway Patrol, Have Gun – Will Travel, and other series, before creating and producing his own television series, The Lieutenant. In 1964, Roddenberry created Star Trek, which premiered in 1966 and ran for three seasons before being canceled. He then worked on other projects, including a string of failed television pilots. The syndication of Star Trek led to its growing popularity; this, in turn, resulted in the Star Trek feature films, on which Roddenberry continued to produce and consult. In 1987, the sequel series Star Trek: The Next Generation began airing on television in first-run syndication; Roddenberry was heavily involved in the initial development of the series but took a less active role after the first season due to ill health. He continued to consult on the series until his death in 1991.

In 1985, he became the first TV writer with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, and he was later inducted into both the Science Fiction Hall of Fame and the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences Hall of Fame. Years after his death, Roddenberry was one of the first humans to have their ashes carried into earth orbit. The popularity of the Star Trek universe and films has inspired films, books, comic books, video games, and fan films set in the Star Trek universe.

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Lacking funds in the early 1970s, Roddenberry was unable to buy the full rights to Star Trek for $150,000 from Paramount. Lou Scheimer approached Paramount in 1973 about creating an animated Star Trek series. Credited as “executive consultant” and paid $2,500 per episode, Roddenberry was granted full creative control of Star Trek: The Animated Series. Although he read all the scripts and “sometimes [added] touches of his own”, he relinquished most of his authority to de facto showrunner/associate producer D. C. Fontana.

Roddenberry had some difficulties with the cast. To save money, he sought not to hire George Takei and Nichelle Nichols. He neglected to inform Leonard Nimoy of this and instead, in an effort to get him to sign on, told him that he was the only member of the main cast not returning. After Nimoy discovered the deception, he demanded that Takei and Nichols play Sulu and Uhura when their characters appeared on screen; Roddenberry acquiesced. He had been promised five full seasons of the new show, but ultimately, only one and a half were produced.

However, the groundswell of vociferous fan support (6,000 attended the second New York Star Trek convention in 1973 and 15,000 attended in 1974, eclipsing the 4,500 attendees at the 32nd World Science Fiction Convention in 1974) led Paramount to hire Roddenberry to create and produce a feature film based on the franchise in May 1975. The studio was unimpressed with the ideas being put forward; John D. F. Black’s opinion was that their ideas were never “big enough” for the studio, even when one scenario involved the end of the universe. At the time, several ideas were partly developed including Star Trek: The God Thing and Star Trek: Planet of the Titans. Following the commercial reception of Star Wars, in June 1977, Paramount instead green-lit a new series set in the franchise titled Star Trek: Phase II, with Roddenberry and most of the original cast, except Nimoy, set to reprise their respective roles. It was to be the anchor show of a proposed Paramount-owned “fourth network”, but plans for the network were scrapped and the project was reworked into a feature film. The result, Star Trek: The Motion Picture, troubled the studio because of budgetary concerns, but was a box-office hit. Adjusted for inflation, it was the third-highest grossing Star Trek movie, with the 2009 film coming in first and the 2013 film second.

In 1980, Roddenberry submitted a treatment for a proposed sequel about the crew preventing the alien Klingons from thwarting the assassination of John F. Kennedy. Mindful of the tumult that suffused the production of Star Trek: The Motion Picture, Paramount rejected the proposal. After he was replaced on the project by television producer Harve Bennett, Roddenberry was named “executive consultant” for the project, a position he retained for all subsequent Star Trek franchise films produced during his lifetime. Under this arrangement, he was compensated with a producer’s fee and a percentage of the net profits of the film in exchange for proffering non-binding story notes and corresponding with the fan community; much to his ongoing chagrin, these memos were largely disregarded by Bennett and other producers. An initial script for Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan was circulated to eight people; Bennett attributed the subsequent plot leak of the death of Spock to Roddenberry. About 20% of the plot was based on Roddenberry’s ideas.

Roddenberry was involved in creating the television series Star Trek: The Next Generation, which premiered with “Encounter at Farpoint” on September 28, 1987. He was given a bonus of $1 million in addition to an ongoing salary to produce the series, and celebrated by purchasing a new Rolls-Royce for $100,000. The arrangement did not entitle him to be executive producer of the series. However, Paramount was already concerned about the original cast not returning, and fearing fan reaction if Roddenberry was not involved, agreed to his demand for control of the show. Roddenberry rewrote the series bible from an original version by David Gerrold, who had previously written The Original Series episode “The Trouble with Tribbles”, and The Animated Series follow-up, “More Tribbles, More Troubles”.

According to producer Rick Berman, Roddenberry’s involvement in The Next Generation “diminished greatly” after the first season, but the nature of his increasingly peripheral role was not disclosed because of the value of his name to fans. While Berman said that Roddenberry had “all but stopped writing and rewriting” by the end of the third season, his final writing credit on the show (a co-teleplay credit) actually occurred considerably earlier, appearing on “Datalore”, the 13th episode of the first season.

Although commercially successful from its inception, the series was initially marred by Writers Guild of America grievances from Fontana and Gerrold, both of whom left the series under acrimonious circumstances; frequent turnover among the writing staff (24 staff writers left the show during its first three seasons, triple the average attrition rate for such series); and allegations that longtime Roddenberry attorney Leonard Maizlish had become the producer’s “point man and proxy”, ghostwriting memos, sitting in on meetings, and contributing to scripts despite not being on staff. Writer Tracy Tormé described the first few seasons of The Next Generation under Roddenberry as an “insane asylum”.

In 1990, Nicholas Meyer was brought in to direct the sixth film in the series: Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country. Creatively, Meyer clashed with Roddenberry, who felt that having the Enterprise crew hold prejudices against the Klingons did not fit with his view of the universe. Meyer described a meeting with Roddenberry he later regretted, saying:

His guys were lined up on one side of the room, and my guys were lined up on the other side of the room, and this was not a meeting in which I felt I’d behaved very well, very diplomatically. I came out of it feeling not very good, and I’ve not felt good about it ever since. He was not well, and maybe there were more tactful ways of dealing with it, because at the end of the day, I was going to go out and make the movie. I didn’t have to take him on. Not my finest hour.

In Joel Engel’s biography, Gene Roddenberry: The Myth and the Man Behind Star Trek, he states that Roddenberry watched The Undiscovered Country alongside the producers of the film at a private screening two days before his death, and told them they had done a “good job”. In contrast, Nimoy and Shatner’s memoirs report that after the screening, Roddenberry called his lawyer and demanded a quarter of the scenes be cut; the producers refused.

In addition to his film and television work, Roddenberry wrote the novelization of Star Trek: The Motion Picture. Although it has been incorrectly attributed to several other authors (most notably Alan Dean Foster), it was the first in a series of hundreds of Star Trek-based novels to be published by the Pocket Books imprint of Simon & Schuster, whose parent company also owned Paramount Pictures Corporation. Previously, Roddenberry worked intermittently on The God Thing, a proposed novel based upon his rejected 1975 screenplay for a proposed low-budget ($3 to $5 million) Star Trek film preceding the development of Phase II throughout 1976. Attempts to complete the project by Walter Koenig, Susan Sackett, Fred Bronson, and Michael Jan Friedman have proven to be unfeasible for a variety of legal and structural reasons.

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HOLLYWOOD PREDICTIVE PROGRAMMING

Predictive Programming is the concept whereby conspirators plan a false flag operation, they hide references to it in the popular media before the atrocity takes place; when the event occurs, the public has softened up, and therefore passively accepts it rather than offering resistance or opposition.

FALSE FLAG

A false flag is a covert operation designed to deceive; the deception creates the appearance of a particular party, group, or nation being responsible for some activity, disguising the actual source of responsibility.

SUBLIMINAL
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(of a stimulus or mental process) below the threshold of sensation or consciousness; perceived by or affecting someone’s mind without their being aware of it.

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Borg Assimilation – 2.27 – Borg Drone Alcove Prop (Hollywood Entertainment Museum)

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BORG REGENERATION ALCOVE


 

A regeneration alcove, also known informally as a Borg alcove or simply alcove or slot, was a device used by drones for regeneration. When the Borg drones were not needed for immediate tasks, it was used as a drone storage device by the Borg Collective.

Design

It was the observation of Lieutenant Commander Data that “The technology required to achieve this biological and artificial interface is far beyond our capabilities.” (TNG: “Q Who”)

The alcoves themselves, were initially described as “slots along the wall, kind of like compartments. There are two Borg in each.” Data then theorized that “the Borg are somehow interconnected through these slots and are working collectively.” (TNG: “Q Who”)

A regeneration cycle could be interrupted without the drone ever knowing, using various technology that prevented the drone from “waking” when the cycle was interrupted. The Hansens used this technique to examine Borg drones by beaming a drone from its alcove to their ship. (VOY: “Dark Frontier”)

Each slot was designed for a specific Borg, and contained an access terminal which connected a coupling on the drone’s arm, and energy was allowed to be consumed. (TNG: “Q Who”, “I Borg”)

An alcove was sized to allow the drone to fit inside. It was sized slightly wider and higher than a drone, with a small raised platform for the drone to stand upon. A green disc large enough to accommodate the drone’s head was positioned at the height of the drone, pulsating visually with various patterns, some static and others dynamic, usually green and white in color. (VOY: “Dark Frontier”)

When the Borg drone stepped into the alcove it would stand upright. During the entire regeneration cycle a drone would primarily face outwards from within the alcove. (VOY: “Drone”; TNG: “Q Who”)

Once positioned into the alcove, a drone’s mechanical parts established a connection with the alcove’s systems (much the same way a doctor would monitor a patient with a biobed. The alcove then established a connection in one of two ways: either through a port resembling an arm rest onto which a drone would connect its arm, or by means of tubes which connected directly from the wall into various ports in the drone exo-plating. (TNG: “Q Who”; VOY: “Scorpion”)

When a drone’s cortical node malfunctioned a regeneration cycle could not be started. If a drone remained in an unregenerate state for too long, it lost motor control, and eventually became unconscious; a state very undesirable to the Borg. If a Borg drone was unable to continue to fully regenerate as it needed (due to injury or malfunction), it would be removed from its alcove by other drones and its components were salvaged for reuse. (VOY: “Dark Frontier”)

With knowledge of Borg technology, alcoves could be integrated directly into Starfleet vessels to serve the same purpose of their counterparts on Borg vessels. When this was done they would require over thirty megawatts of power to run each alcove. (VOY: “Dark Frontier”) Or if needed, a Borg drone could regenerate by means of a converted Federation power conduit which would function similar to an alcove. (TNG: “I Borg”)

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HOLLYWOOD PREDICTIVE PROGRAMMING

Predictive Programming is the concept whereby conspirators plan a false flag operation, they hide references to it in the popular media before the atrocity takes place; when the event occurs, the public has softened up, and therefore passively accepts it rather than offering resistance or opposition.

FALSE FLAG

A false flag is a covert operation designed to deceive; the deception creates the appearance of a particular party, group, or nation being responsible for some activity, disguising the actual source of responsibility.

SUBLIMINAL
adjective

(of a stimulus or mental process) below the threshold of sensation or consciousness; perceived by or affecting someone’s mind without their being aware of it.

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Borg Assimilation – 2.28 – Paramount Television (Titlecard-Logo)

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PARAMOUNT DOMESTIC TELEVISION
(Star Trek: TNG – Production Company)


 

Paramount Domestic Television (PDT) was the television distribution arm of American television production company Paramount Television, once the TV arm of Paramount Pictures. It was formed in 1982 originally as Paramount Domestic Television and Video Programming, the successor to Paramount Television Domestic Distribution, Paramount Television Sales, and Desilu Sales.

History

Initially, it distributed the back library of Paramount Television and the post-1960 shows by Desilu, and several first-run syndicated shows. Originally, the company (like other sister companies sharing the Paramount name) was owned by Gulf+Western, which was reincorporated as Paramount Communications in 1989.

In 1987, it entered into an agreement with Tribune Entertainment Company whereby Paramount would distribute Geraldo, with Tribune producing. In 1989, both Tribune and Paramount worked again on The Joan Rivers Show, Paramount distributing the program and Tribune producing the series. Also that year, Paramount Domestic Television made its first foray into late-night television with the debut of The Arsenio Hall Show, hosted by Arsenio Hall himself. In 1990, Tribune and Paramount parted ways, with Tribune handling sales of the show in-house. In 1990, Maury Povich signed them to an exclusive pact with the studio. He then developed the talk show, which was aired from 1991 to 1998.

After that company was sold to Viacom in 1994, it absorbed the distribution functions of Viacom Enterprises the next year. Viacom had distributed the classic CBS library which included the pre-1960 Desilu library, alongside series from Viacom Productions and Carsey-Werner Productions library (Paramount lost the rights to the latter library in late 1994 when Carsey-Werner formed its own in-house distribution unit).

PDT also gained syndication rights to series from MTV Networks with the Viacom merger, though these have rarely been seen in syndication. Shortly after The Arsenio Hall Show was cancelled following the acquisition of Viacom, Paramount began distributing and producing MTV’s The Jon Stewart Show for the syndication market. In 1987, Coca-Cola Telecommunications teamed up with Paramount Domestic Television (PDT), and Orbis Communications to form International Advertising Sales, which handled advertising of such programs produced by PDT, Orbis and Coca-Cola Telecommunications, including future programming for Merv Griffin Enterprises.

MCA Television and Paramount Domestic Television (PDT) had formed Premier Advertiser Sales, a joint venture created for the sale of advertising for their existing syndicated programs in September 1989. As a possible outgrowth of this sales joint venture, MCA and Paramount began plans for a new network, Premier Program Service.

In 1999, Viacom acquired several other television production firms such as Spelling Entertainment Group (which owned Spelling Television, Worldvision Enterprises, Republic Pictures Television, and Big Ticket Entertainment) and Rysher Entertainment (or at least its library). As a result, the size of Paramount’s television library more than tripled, giving PDT a slew of new series to distribute, and included was the distribution rights to Judge Judy and Judge Joe Brown. In 2002, it struck a deal with HDNet to distribute content that was meant to be short for HDTV.

After Viacom split into two companies – one called Viacom and the other CBS Corporation – Paramount’s television operations became part of the latter company. As a result, Paramount Domestic Television became CBS Paramount Domestic Television. That was in turn merged with King World Productions in 2007 to become CBS Television Distribution (CTD). However, because National Amusements retains majority control of both CBS and the new Viacom, CBS programs (including those under the original Paramount Television name) are still distributed under the Paramount Home Entertainment label in conjunction with CBS DVD/Blu-ray. However, some former Paramount programs, such as Entertainment Tonight, then moved from being produced at the Paramount lot to CBS facilities.

Currently, syndication rights to Paramount’s theatrical film library lie with Trifecta Entertainment & Media.

 

Star Trek: The Next Generation (1987-1994)


Star Trek: The Next Generation (TNG) is an American science fiction television series created by Gene Roddenberry. It originally aired from September 28, 1987 to May 23, 1994 in syndication, spanning 178 episodes over seven seasons. The third series in the Star Trek franchise, it is the second sequel to Star Trek: The Original Series. Set in the 24th century, when Earth is part of the United Federation of Planets, it follows the adventures of a Starfleet starship, the USS Enterprise (NCC-1701-D), in its exploration of the Milky Way galaxy.

In the 1980s, Roddenberry—who was responsible for the original Star Trek, Star Trek: The Animated Series (1973–1974), and the first of a series of films—was tasked by Paramount Pictures with creating a new series in the franchise. He decided to set it a century after the events of his original series. The Next Generation featured a new crew: Patrick Stewart as Captain Jean-Luc Picard, Jonathan Frakes as William Riker, Brent Spiner as Data, Michael Dorn as Worf, LeVar Burton as Geordi La Forge, Marina Sirtis as Deanna Troi, Denise Crosby as Tasha Yar, Wil Wheaton as Wesley Crusher, Gates McFadden as Dr. Beverly Crusher, and a new Enterprise.

Roddenberry, Maurice Hurley, Rick Berman, Michael Piller, and Jeri Taylor served as executive producers at various times throughout its production. The series was broadcast in first-run syndication with dates and times varying among individual television stations. Stewart’s voice-over introduction during each episode’s opening credits stated the starship’s purpose:

Space: the final frontier. These are the voyages of the starship Enterprise. Its continuing mission: to explore strange new worlds, to seek out new life and new civilizations, to boldly go where no one has gone before.

The show was very popular, reaching almost 12 million viewers in its 5th season, with the series finale in 1994 watched by over 30 million viewers. Due to its success, Paramount commissioned Rick Berman and Michael Piller to create a fourth series in the franchise, Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, which launched in 1993. The characters from The Next Generation returned in four films: Star Trek Generations (1994), Star Trek: First Contact (1996), Star Trek: Insurrection (1998), and Star Trek: Nemesis (2002), and in the television series Star Trek: Picard (2020–present). The series is also the setting of numerous novels, comic books, and video games. It received many accolades, including 19 Emmy Awards, two Hugo Awards, five Saturn Awards, and a Peabody Award.

Production (Background)

Due to the original series’ popularity in syndication, Paramount Pictures began to consider making a Star Trek film as early as 1972. However, with 1977’s release of Star Wars, Paramount decided not to compete in the science fiction movie category and shifted their efforts to a new Star Trek television series. The Original Series actors were approached to reprise their roles; sketches, models, sets and props were created for Star Trek: Phase II until Paramount changed its mind again and decided to create feature films starring the Original Series cast.

By 1986, 20 years after the original Star Trek’s debut on NBC, the franchise’s longevity amazed Paramount Pictures executives. Chairman Frank Mancuso Sr. observed that “The shelf life in this business is usually three days. To flourish for 20 years…” He and others described Trek as the studio’s “crown jewel”, a “priceless asset” that “must not be squandered”. The series was the most popular syndicated television program 17 years after cancellation, and the Harve Bennett-produced, Original Series-era Star Trek films did well at the box office. William Shatner and Leonard Nimoy’s salary demands for the film Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home (1986) caused the studio to plan for a new Star Trek television series. Paramount executives worried that a new series could hurt the demand for the films, but decided that it would increase their appeal on videocassette and cable, and that a series with unknown actors would be more profitable than paying the films’ actors’ large salaries. Roddenberry initially declined to be involved, but came on board as creator after being unhappy with early conceptual work. Star Trek: The Next Generation was announced on October 10, 1986, and its cast in May 1987.

Paramount executive Rick Berman was assigned to the series at Roddenberry’s request. Roddenberry hired a number of Star Trek veterans, including Bob Justman, D. C. Fontana, Eddie Milkis and David Gerrold. Early proposals for the series included one in which some of the original series cast might appear as “elder statesmen”, and Roddenberry speculated as late as October 1986 that the new series might not even use a spaceship, as “people might travel by some [other] means” 100 years after the USS Enterprise. A more lasting change was his new belief that workplace interpersonal conflict would no longer exist in the future; thus, the new series did not have parallels to the frequent “crusty banter” between Kirk, Spock, and Leonard McCoy. According to series actor Patrick Stewart, Berman was more receptive than Roddenberry to the series addressing political issues.

Source: Wikipedia

STAR TREK: THE NEXT GENERATION
PRODUCTION DETAILS

Created by:Gene Roddenberry
No. of Seasons:7
No. of Episodes:178
Executive Producers:Gene Roddenberry (1987–1991)
Rick Berman (1989–1994)
Showrunners
Maurice Hurley (1988–1989)
Michael Piller (1989–1994)
Jeri Taylor (1993–1994)
Production Company:Paramount Domestic Television
Distributor:Paramount Domestic Television
Original Network:First-run syndication
Original Release:September 28, 1987 – May 23, 1994

The Truth

HOLLYWOOD PREDICTIVE PROGRAMMING

Predictive Programming is the concept whereby conspirators plan a false flag operation, they hide references to it in the popular media before the atrocity takes place; when the event occurs, the public has softened up, and therefore passively accepts it rather than offering resistance or opposition.

FALSE FLAG

A false flag is a covert operation designed to deceive; the deception creates the appearance of a particular party, group, or nation being responsible for some activity, disguising the actual source of responsibility.

SUBLIMINAL
adjective

(of a stimulus or mental process) below the threshold of sensation or consciousness; perceived by or affecting someone’s mind without their being aware of it.

HISTORICAL TRUTH

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THE HOLOCAUST
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Earth Assimilation – Section 3 – Chemtrails (Borg Assimilation)

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GLOBAL GENOCIDE 2025

SECTION 3

The Official Story

CHEMTRAIL CONSPIRACY THEORY


 

The chemtrail conspiracy theory posits the erroneous belief that long-lasting condensation trails are “chemtrails” consisting of chemical or biological agents left in the sky by high-flying aircraft, sprayed for nefarious purposes undisclosed to the general public. Believers in this conspiracy theory say that while normal contrails dissipate relatively quickly, contrails that linger must contain additional substances. Those who subscribe to the theory speculate that the purpose of the chemical release may be solar radiation management, weather modification, psychological manipulation, human population control, biological or chemical warfare, or testing of biological or chemical agents on a population, and that the trails are causing respiratory illnesses and other health problems.

The claim has been dismissed by the scientific community. There is no evidence that purported chemtrails differ from normal water-based contrails routinely left by high-flying aircraft under certain atmospheric conditions. Although proponents have tried to prove that chemical spraying occurs, their analyses have been flawed or based on misconceptions. Because of the persistence of the conspiracy theory and questions about government involvement, scientists and government agencies around the world have repeatedly explained that the supposed chemtrails are in fact normal contrails.

The term chemtrail blends the words chemical and trail, just as contrail blends condensation and trail.

What In The World Are They Spraying (2010)

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History

Chemtrail conspiracy theories began to circulate after the United States Air Force (USAF) published a 1996 report about weather modification. Following the report, in the late 1990s the USAF was accused of “spraying the U.S. population with mysterious substances” from aircraft “generating unusual contrail patterns.” The theories were posted on Internet forums by people including Richard Finke and William Thomas, and were among many conspiracy theories popularized by late-night radio host Art Bell, starting in 1999. As the chemtrail conspiracy theory spread, federal officials were flooded with angry calls and letters.

A multi-agency response attempting to dispel the rumors was published in 2000 by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA). Many chemtrail believers interpreted agency fact sheets as further evidence of the existence of a government cover-up. The EPA refreshed its posting in 2015.

In the early 2000s the USAF released an undated fact sheet that stated the conspiracy theories were a hoax fueled in part by citations to a 1996 strategy paper drafted within their Air University titled Weather as a Force Multiplier: Owning the Weather in 2025. The paper was presented in response to a military directive to outline a future strategic weather modification system for the purpose of maintaining the United States’ military dominance in the year 2025, and identified as “fictional representations of future situations/scenarios.” The USAF further clarified in 2005 that the paper “does not reflect current military policy, practice, or capability”, and that it is “not conducting any weather modification experiments or programs and has no plans to do so in the future.” Additionally, the USAF states that the “‘chemtrail’ hoax has been investigated and refuted by many established and accredited universities, scientific organizations, and major media publications.”

The conspiracy theories are seldom covered by the mainstream media, and when they are, they are usually cast as an example of anti-government paranoia. For example, in 2013, when it was made public that the CIA, NASA, and NOAA intended to provide funds to the National Academy of Sciences to conduct research into methods to counteract global warming with geoengineering, an article in the International Business Times anticipated that “the idea of any government agency looking at ways to control, or manipulate, the weather will be met with scrutiny and fears of a malign conspiracies” [sic], and mentioned chemtrail conspiracy theories as an example.

Description

Proponents of the chemtrail conspiracy theory find support for their theories in their interpretations of sky phenomena, videos posted to the Internet, and reports about government programs; they also have certain beliefs about the goals of the alleged conspiracy and the effects of its alleged efforts and generally take certain actions based on those beliefs.

Interpretation of evidence

Proponents of the chemtrail conspiracy theory say that chemtrails can be distinguished from contrails by their long duration, asserting that the chemtrails are those trails left by aircraft that persist for as much as a half-day or transform into cirrus-like clouds. The proponents claim that after 1995, contrails had a different chemical composition and lasted a lot longer in the sky; proponents fail to acknowledge evidence of long-lasting contrails shown in World War II–era photographs.

Proponents characterize contrails as streams that persist for hours and that, with their criss-cross, grid-like or parallel stripe patterns, eventually blend to form large clouds. Proponents view the presence of visible color spectra in the streams, unusual concentrations of sky tracks in a single area, or lingering tracks left by unmarked or military airplanes flying at atypical altitudes or locations as markers of chemtrails.

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