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He's a good writer. People are starting to put the pieces together. There's probably just enough competing/conflicting interests within the 1% to prevent the 'superstate' in the near future. If the EU breaks up, for example, the so called NWO would be in reverse mode.

 

It's this generation that maybe the most willing obedient slaves of the future:Statistics on Children?s Use of TV, Internet, & Video Games - TechAddiction

In a typical day, children consume just over three hours of media. This includes computer use, cell phone use, tablet use, music, and reading. Two thirds of this time is spent with “screen media” (TV, computers, the Internet, etc.) while reading is less than 20 minutes per day.

 

 

The time spent with on screen media dramatically increases from the toddler to preschool to school-age years. Children under two have a screen time average of 53 minutes per day. This increases to almost two and a half hours per day among two to four year old and almost three hours for kids in the five to eight year old range.

 

 

Although the use of computers, the internet, and electronic devices are steadily increasing among children, television remains the type of media that children spend the most time with. Sixty-five percent of children under eight years old watch television daily. On average, they spend about an hour and a half (100 minutes to be exact) watching TV every day.

 

World domination is probably a 'dream' always just out of reach but close enough to keep you in a constant state of vigilance.

 

I can live with the crushing dystoptian ambitions of the elite... it's the occasional bouts of optimism that do my head in

Edited by mitsubishi

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It's this generation that maybe the most willing obedient slaves of the future

 

I may have already asked you but have you read the book Pendulum by Roy H. Williams, Michael R. Drew

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... in a recent discussion about automation the guy said something about seggin’ out signal from noise... I immediately replied “it’s more about finding good signal from among good signal than it is about segregating signal from noise”... just sayin’ :)

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I may have already asked you(1) but have you read the book Pendulum by Roy H. Williams, Michael R. Drew (2)

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1-yes

2-no

 

This is not the time for reading books. It's the time for writing books. We're entering a new era..The clever ones, the micro managers have done their best and the conclusion is world domination is always soon, never today- until now.. They've seen a new future only made possible by new technology.

 

It's now only one tiny step from beitng addicted to your computor/ ipod to being biologically connected. Once that process is completed, and it will be, it's game over. Nothing is gonna stop it.. It will be done simply because it can be done. It's already started, years ago in fact.

 

Nothing goes backwards. First a rock, then spear, sword, gun, nuclear bomb. The next generation won't question anything, they will embrace it. It will be their future and there will be no place in it for their parents who they will loathe, despise and view as nothing more than ignorant, dangerous spreaders of disease.

 

It's the end of meaningful choice. It doesn't matter how much you like to drive your car, humans are inefficient, fallible and dangerous. and must be removed. The car knows best. Anyone who pushes back will be viewed as a danger to society.. It will be as unacceptable to drive yourself as drink driving, or not wearing a seatbelt.. Within 5 years drivers will be consigned to history. Within 10 years people will think we were crazy to ever get behind the wheel.

 

Our generation will be the last humans to be buried or cremated.,we're being replaced. You voted, it made no difference, You debated, it made no difference. You protested and it merely played into their hands- human emotions are no longer acceptable..Political correctness was merely a stop gap to removing your opinion from the equation, completely and forever.

 

In the meantime,expect to see the military/industrial complex machine lumbering down your street wiping out every last objection that stands in it's way. Give up now you ain't gonna win. Humanity has proved it isn't worth fighting for. Maybe it was once, but no more. We're running out of road, our best days are behind us. Our fate is to become machines because that's the best the geniuses can envisage for us.

 

So, no zdo, I'm in no mood to read any more books. There's never been a single book or piece of art that changed anything. We've answered that question (decades ago) art imitates life not the other way around. We're where we are. on the precipice, that's the proof.

 

The time is coming soon when murdering one of your fellow zombie citizens will prove to a court of law that you were human before they plant the chip and pin in your head.The robots won't need to murder anyone because there won't be anyone left who isn't a robot. Even masturbating 60 times in a 24 hour period (google) will become one of the last acts of human heroism left to those who haven't got the guts to passively resist what's coming.

 

Ignorance is bliss will be the final epitaph.

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re "The next generation won't question anything, they will embrace it."

The premise behind the book is that they will question it and they will not embrace it.

One of you book writers is rong :) ... just sayin

 

mits, I may have already asked you this, but have you read the book Pendulum by Roy H. Williams? ;)

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...the divisions made by mitsubishi, however incomplete and faulty from the perspective of the occult, show a spirit of metaphysical intuition to which no man of science, not Descartes - not even Kant - has ever reached. With him there exists ever an infinite graduation of thought. ... just sayin...

 

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re "The next generation won't question anything, they will embrace it."

The premise behind the book is that they will question it and they will not embrace it.

One of you book writers is rong :) ... just sayin

 

mits, I may have already asked you this, but have you read the book Pendulum by Roy H. Williams? ;)

 

Let's hope it's me then:) The future is often a fork in the road, until there are no more forks.Maybe we don't live long enough. Maybe if we lived for 200 years wisdom would be universal. Every decision , from personal to govern mental could be carefully weighed and considered.,,

 

It's all just theory until it isn't..

'and they will not embrace it' They already are embracing it. They're being indoctrinated right now. They won't know what not embracing something looks like beyond hunger or feeling a bit chilly today. When was the last time you not embracing something made any difference? Exactly who embraced the crony capitalist, death machine America has become? Embracing the elite is what works. 'If you can't beat 'em, join 'em' turned out to be the trump card (Don't get me started on Clinton/Trump)

 

Even if they read history, which they won't because it's being rewritten for them, they'll be given a masterclass in failure. The hippies failed, punk failed and the dreamers dreamed. The rest were asleep or dying in a war movie. They don't know what victory looks like.They are the least prepared and equipped generation in modern times to demand it.

 

As long as they've got their ipod, a cup of coffee and a blowjob, what exactly will they be rebelling against? It's hardly a recipe for rage aginst the machine.London Is Going To Be The Next City To Open Up A Blowjob Coffee Shop

 

Here's the big problem.Too many people are trying to figure out how to survive and prosper in the paradigm planned for the future. That's human nature, survival. Survival at all costs, survival of the fittest.

 

You see it everywhere, it's our achilles heel. We're so busy worrying if we're going to get enough cheese we're ignoring the moustrap. The moustrap must go. It must go before any new demands can be made. We cannot build a better world when the cheese is rationed by the builders and owners of moustraps.

 

(Don't worry, I'll just keep ging until we all lose the will to live- either due to depression or boredom, whichever comes last) :rofl:

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Mitts… I hear you dude.

 

“I am a trader, not a traitor”. I have made this statement in a past post, and while it's not the opening line to some personal manifesto, it is an expression of exasperation. I will try to follow on with my honest thoughts (always in flux).

 

I am a man of 57 years. I've seen good times and bad; suffered loss and tasted success; dealt with adversity in people, places and things. I am experienced, and have always been (tried to be) thoughtful of my positions in a life of reason. Often times, as with most people, it all gets lost in the process of going with the flow (water over rock), but it has created memories. In short, what I'm saying is that “I've lived a life”.

 

Memories aside…

 

Wait… wait, wait. Self driving cars, because your attention span is “about 8 seconds” (mine is longer); washing machines that will allow addition of items in mid cycle because you forgot something; refrigerators that have a camera so you can view the inside from your smart phone (because you don't know what's in there while you are at the store)… the list goes on about things you can't manage to do without “bot” help, that others have always managed to do with some efficiency and grace. I have those in my own family who cannot find a destination without GPS (even more disparaging is that they've been there before and can't find their way back a week later… are you lost again?).

 

Rejection of the current path… doubtful.

 

Note to Mr. Zdo: I have not yet read the book “Pendulum” but it's about 3-4 weeks out on my reading list. It may provide a some new insight. It may just be that I'm too “old school” to envision a way forward for the many, but only the few.

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...They already are embracing it. They're being indoctrinated right now.
mits
...Rejection of the current path… doubtful.

jp

 

Any source of ‘optimism’ is not to be found in those places. Ya’ll’s assessment of technocracy is fair. But those very same brainwarshed ‘milenials’, etc. ya’ll described are actually no longer governable without fulfilling their ‘dependencies’ ...but whoops - the ones they are stealing from to feed those dependencies are also rapidly becoming ungovernable... Of Two Minds - The Ruling Elite Has Lost the Consent of the Governed

 

In the shorter ‘generational’ cycles, at the ‘we’ zenith people do and allow some of the darkest things imaginable. We approach that time rapidly.

Meanwhile in much longer multigenerational cycles, at the ‘collectivist’ zenith we do some of the darkest things during the negentropic and inevitable conflicts between ‘collectives’, etc. Btw, at this juncture it is much easier to kill millions, even billions, than to ‘govern’ them... just sayin’ ...

:haha: There is not a single prophecy from any of the books or teachings that I can’t ‘see’ coming true... In my past they all fell in place except for the ones about the locusts... then in less than a decade the hoards of drones come :doh: ... back then imagination didn’t quite get to the morgellans likenesses...;)

 

...long cycles ... It’s been a long time since de real ‘greek’. Only episodic re-ascendencies of the ’individual’ provide some light... doesn’t mean it’s not coming to a zenith again... with or without freakin' technology ... https://jonrappoport.wordpress.com/2016/10/16/why-do-people-think-individual-power-is-a-myth/

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Those who cast the votes decide nothing. Those who count the votes decide everything.
– Joe Stalin

 

With the mainstream media lambasting Trump for daring to suggest the election process is rigged - despite hard evidence - this is the hack that proved America’s elections can be stolen using a few lines of computer code.

 

The ‘Hursti Hack’ in this video

is an excerpt from the feature length Emmy nominated documentary ‘Hacking Democracy’. The hack of the Diebold voting system in Leon County, Florida, is real. It was verified by computer scientists at UC Berkeley.

 

 

 

Watch the full movie here...

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01LX1WH9E?ref_=imdbref_tt_wbr_aiv&tag=imdbtag_tt_wbr_aiv-20

 

 

source:

Hacking Democracy | Zero Hedge

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Here's a proven cycle. Rat-Monkey-Human

 

The brain chip that could turn you into a SUPERHUMAN | Daily Mail Online

 

Apologies that these links are from thr DM- not the lowest form of scum rag, but a close relative.

 

Wouldn't it be a simple matter to verify the claim that this is a piece of ME62 landing gear?

But then there just wouldn't be a story here at all, so....

 

Mysterious piece of aluminium 'could be part of ancient UFO' that visited 250k years ago | Daily Mail Online

 

"It's the Russians" 10,9.8,7,6....

 

Twitter, Spotify and Reddit are among major sites taken OFFLINE in massive shock cyber attack | Daily Mail Online

 

 

 

 

Tony Blair Finally Drops To 2nd Place-

 

www.humanexcrement.com

 

 

 

Next week I will mainly be lying,cheating,hacking, coaching non sexual assualt victims who have to be lead by the hand to a press conference so they can read a statement written by me, sending thugs to rallies,registering non voters,lying about everything, smiling like a sweet old lady, lying, leaving a trail of random dead corpses who just happened to be on their way to testify against me, lying, destroying the lives of Bill's ex fuck buddies, "standing up for womens rights" while accepting 'donations' from countries that treat women like dirt, lying, smiling like a demented old cripple who can't walk up the stairs to get my flu jab, breathing flu virus all over little girs who take the day off school to give me flowers in the street, ignoring every accusation by smiling and changing the subject,saying "There's no evidence for that" (Clinton foundation is a criminal enterprise). lying,killing everyone who gets in my way, treating people who are there to protect me like trash, calling millions of americans losers and deplorables, carving "stronger without you" on the dead bodies of people who were loyal to me, lying, lying some more... what day is it? lying some more, never mind, lying,hacking, butchering,murdering, torturing, leaving diplomats to die no matter how many times they beg for help, then lying about it, funding all the known terrorists on the planet, getting paid 6 figures by people that own me and explaining why I need to be president....so I can finish the fucking job I started.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Trump is a win win. If he wins HRC goes to jail.

 

If he loses... well, he's a bad loser.... with a massive amount of evidence.

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More “just saying”…

 

Over the weekend I read the above mentioned book: “Pendulum” (authors Williams and Drew). I had not intended to get into it for several weeks, but the thought occurred that it may dovetail with other items of interest. If you are concerned with social issues, you may find this book an interesting read. I read the “kindle” version (one of the few modern gadgets that I actually am enamored of). The book format uses different color texts to illustrate “me” and “we” pendulum swings, and as the kindle displays only black and white, you may not get the full reading experience that the authors intended, but never the less, it's workable. The book was published in 2012, and I must say that more recent events actually feed into the hypothesis (from my perspective anyway) of 80 year swings in general sentiment. With that last statement, I may add that “I can close my eyes and draw a two point line on any chart and then proceed to make something of it”. Take from “it” what you make of “it”; just don't swallow it whole (the authors take up this issue, so please pay attention to that aspect).

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I'm finding it quite difficult to get my head around this today. The same people who brought the world yet another product it doesn't need....

 

SXSW Microsites

 

are just as excited to help the thugs in uniform inflict some more misery on everybody with this.....

 

BBC World News - Click, 05/04/2014 GMT, Cupid: The drone with a stun gun

 

It's called c.u.p.i.d That's just sick isn't? what kind of people... words almost fali me

 

80k volts is enough to kill someone with a weak heart, but that doesn't matter does it? Same as it doesn't matter if the thugs in uniform taser the innocent which they absolutely will. And when that happens, I hope their family is able to sue these people out of business.

 

Better than that would be for somebody involved in this project to get tasered. That would be Ironic wouldn't it? After all, they're perfectly happy for other people to get tasered, so why not them?

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Not all economists are a waste of space.

 

 

Paul Craig Roberts - Official Homepage

 

I think Trump should win by a landslide unless fraud/something else has a meaningful impact

They have seriously underestimated him..

 

 

'Rapists', 'racists'. 'conspiracy theorists' 'traitors' 'losers' deplorables'...make sure you get out and vote.

Edited by mitsubishi

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Not all economists are a waste of space.

 

 

Paul Craig Roberts - Official Homepage

 

I think Trump should win by a landslide unless fraud/something else has a meaningful impact

They have seriously underestimated him..

 

 

'Rapists', 'racists'. 'conspiracy theorists' 'traitors' 'losers' deplorables'...make sure you get out and vote.

Yes it will be a landslide.

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Yes it will be a landslide.

 

Is that the first time we ever agreed on anything? Maybe the future is less predictable ..

 

Oh no... no, it's soo predictable

 

Oxford University Press has lent its support to this theory in part, announcing on 25 October 2016 that its New Oxford Shakespeare Edition will credit Christopher Marlowe as Shakespeare's co-author for three plays, Henry VI, Part 1; Henry VI, Part 2; and Henry VI, Part 3.[12]

 

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Marlovian_theory_of_Shakespeare_authorship

 

 

So...how many people does it take to re-write history? Is it:

 

A- 1

 

B- Then A few

 

C-- Then Several 100 thousand water carriers to enforce the new 'truth'

 

D- Any questions?

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So...how many people does it take to re-write history? Is it:

 

A- 1

 

B- Then A few

 

C-- Then Several 100 thousand water carriers to enforce the new 'truth'

 

D- Any questions?

In a history where the history is doomed to repeat itself, answer is All of the above.

 

In a future where the history is not doomed to repeat itself, answer is A.

 

Karma is, but karma is not a lockdown of linear ascension / descension. Yes, this past has been developed in the same manner as this present rolls on ... but, one ‘day’, in longer occluded cycles, it changes...

 

So...how many people does it take to re-write history? Is it:

 

A- 1

 

B- 1

 

C- 1

 

D- Any questions?

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