posted on Aug, 30 2009 @ 06:55 PM
I haven’t had time to watch the videos but I did have time to star and flag the thread as it raises a very important and disturbing question for
Where does conformity stop and to what lengths will technology be employed by it’s Masters and Creators to imprison in a highly monitored, highly
mechanized society where the sheer mass of humanity can only sustain itself through the collective use of technology to enable a certain quality of
life but at the price of having to conform to universal standards of thought, speech, action and perception?
The reality for those who can’t live without their cellular phones, televisions, automobiles, computers, internet and 24/7 convenience stores that
provide ever necessary commodity to sustain life there is little choice ultimately but to conform to the Masters and Creators and Purveyors of the
It is a dangerous crossroads we are on as many competing philosophies of what is ‘right’ for humanity and ‘politically’ correct boils down as
it always does and has through the ages of ‘might makes right’.
When that ‘might’ transcends the purely physical human art of intimidation and domination and subjugation and encompasses then and employs the
world of computerized and automated machines to create ‘might’ in a ‘might makes right’ mindset the notions of democracy and freedom and
humanity itself risk perishing with the push of a button.
My dearly departed maternal Grandmother had a game she liked to play in the pre-computer age of “Button, button who’s got the button?”
It was basically just a version of the shell game where under the shell or a cup in a deliberately confused and rearranged set of them was a hidden
It begs the question though, who does have the button, and to what end and purpose will they push it to make their version of ‘Might makes Right’
a reality imposed on all?