I went to a hole-in-the-wall coffeeshop to jump on a bit, and was / am being talked at by a young-ish mid-twenties man who is drinking a flavored coffee with blue sprinkles and telling me he writes fantasy. I am unable to have a dialog with him – I tried. He’s so deeply programmed.
The post shared here is so timely. I removed the internet – which was hardwired, not wifi – a few weeks ago, switched to an old-school flip phone last fall (after four months of no phone at all), I do not have TV or watch it, do not listen to radio, no smart devices at all. I am unplugged. Still, I have twitter, and wordpress, youtube, FB I do not use but have not yet deleted. and some video platforms I either hardly use or have not yet. I am 100% of the opinion that we are feeding ourselves into the hopper of the web and voluntarily replacing ourselves. This is just so shockingly real… Is it impossible to even jump on occasionally, as my post last week called ARE WE COMMITTING HUBRIS UNDER DRIPPING KEYS? posed doing?
How long does one remain connected to what is now the very thing that is replicating us?
It seems that we then become voluntary ouroboros of Humans 2.0. After all, in the last calendar year we learned that Facebook, working with Tavistock and other private elite social steering entities, was sharing our data collected after triggering endocrine-level responses generated (likes), had had to shut down robots who developed their own language in Building Eight (satan’s number), Google’s owner had met with DARPA to sell private user location data coordinates for drone strikes of American citizens, and it is now difficult to find a home without surveillance of artificial intelligence in it. The interference run against me via millimeter wave technology, V2K, satellites, and data packet disruption, denial of service attacks, and finally, DNS registry blocks and hardwired CAT5 modem resets (and other things) proved to me the degree to which the grid – the worldwide web, remember its name is so for a reason, and it was created by the military – controls our information, efforts, productivity and output, our interactions (connection with the world of family, friends and public) and emotions.
WE FEED OURSELVES INTO IT.
HENCE WE CREATE OUR OWN REPLACEMENTS.
Or put it this way. We make our own clones.
via @aug_tellez’ blog get rid of it now