a reply to: incoserv
Well, sometimes I think the answer is in a mass tectonic event. Everything would be saved in the databanks anyway, and there could be a deep dive into
removing Bad elements from the backend.
Would also mean a very real reset though, and still the very real possibility of the same issues arising according to a relative perspective. So, so
much work would be wiped out.
Kidding, of course.
Whether the "NWO" is winning is quite a matter of perspective. As it stands, they really only have the power that we give them. Which is why they get
everybody addicted to voyeurism and chatting about what happens on our digital screens.
Building a competing system and infrastructure is quite doable, for now. Their main goal is currently keeping people distracted and complaining online
so that we stop inventing, creating, and innovating. Or even just using the tools & technology already at our disposal in novel ways.
Further, they have inculcated the perception that to "fight" things, it must be done through typical means like protests or even violent uprisings. To
complement this, they also focus on instilling hopelessness and ambivalence in equal measure.
Between voyeurism, online complaining, ambivalence, and hopelessness.. Pretty much all the bases are covered as long as most people focus on the seeds
of manipulation they plant.
So, we should.. like.. not do that.
Look for solutions that dont exist in a paradigm they control, and that dont enable authoritarians to exert their will in order to gain compliance
(anything from centralized energy grids to food). Without that framework, more traditional responses will just play into the Narrative and most will
continue to point fingers at the other "side," all "sides," or be mired in nihilism, defeatism, with a tinge of emo despair.