posted on Apr, 21 2015 @ 03:53 PM
People don't seem to get it as if somehow we will all be beneficiaries of robotics. If you OWN them, sure. The robots that is. The problem is
automation is replacing human workers leading to a world with fewer jobs and thus fewer consumer dollars to spend. Without income we will all become
useless eaters because we can't participate in the economy. Only a select few will remain to enjoy the fruits of our inventiveness.
The Luddites were so right, they saw the writing on the wall and destroyed the automated looms. It only delayed the inevitable only slightly. Entire
towns in England that formerly housed textile workers became ghost towns back in the mid- 1800's. We've seen this cycle repeat over and over only this
time the leap in technology is going to replace entire sections of the labor force.
I think the PTB have seen this coming for a long time. Think tanks get paid big money to analyze trends and figure out what's coming down the pike. To
avoid revolution the only way is kill off a huge percentage of the population. It's the product of logical deduction and the fruit of a mechanistic
worldview. Science replaced magic, reason replaced God, the marketplace replaced Nature. We are but cogs in a machine that is soon to outlive it's
usefulness. They did warn us though, kind folks they are. The Georgia guidestones lay it out quite clearly that less than half a billion will remain.
All that's left to be seen is the method of our demise.
Eta: Just for fun I'll take a guess at how: nanobots introduced through forced inoculations.
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