compassion, collaboration & cooperation iN transistion
IF one is to believe that The Globalist Agenda has anything to do with
How The Elite Control Your Mind and Your Life - then one only has to
take under consideration those words spoken by Aldous Huxley during
his speech at Berkeley in 1962 ...
"It seems to me that the nature of the ultimate revolution with which we are
now faced is precisely this: That we are in process of developing a whole
series of techniques which will enable the controlling oligarchy who
have always existed and presumably will always exist to get people to
love their servitude." -
... IN the context of the fact that, fifty years later - yet another author of the advent of a “BRAVE NEW WORLD” - namely Jaron Lanier -the individual with whom the elite now associate the advent of virtual reality - has published his own conclusions about the use of technology to control the minds and lives of the people.
“THUS FAR, I have presented two ways in which the current dominant ideology of the digital world, cybernetic totalism, has been a failure.
The first example might be called a spiritual failure. The ideology has encouraged narrow philosophies that deny the mystery of the existence of experience. A practical problem that can trickle down from this mistake is that we become vulnerable to redirecting the leap of faith we call “hope” away from people and towards gadgets.
The second failure is behavioral. It naturally happens that the designs that celebrate the noosphere and other ideals of cybernetic totalism tend to undervalue humans. Examples are the ubiquitous invocations of anonymity and crowd identity. It shouldn’t be much of a surprise that these designs tend to reinforce indifferent or poor treatment of humans.
In this section, a third failure is presented, this time in the sphere of economics.
For millions of people, the internet means endless free copies of music, videos, and othe forms of detached human expression. For a few brilliant and lucky people, the internet has meant an ability to spin financial schemes that were too complex to exist in the past, creating dangerous, temporary illusions of risk-free ways to create money out of thin air.
I will argue that there are similarities and hidden links between these two trends. In each case, there are obvious short-term benefits for some people, but ultimately a disater for everyone in the long term.”
SAVOUR those days of serendipity@zaadz when CREATIVITY
was the driving force of social networking • not PROFIT
• and THE INTERNET of THINGS was still in it's infancy.
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