Originally posted by IgnoranceIsntBlisss
Let me ask again: How can it be transistioned in without tyranny?
This is the the 'resource economy' question (I would have said million dollar but um ya). I say tyranny would be needed to maintain it, but if it
could be answered how to even implement it without tyranny or other undue human suffering we might have somewhere to go.
[edit on 28-11-2009 by IgnoranceIsntBlisss]
The goal of the movement was to build an "experimental city."
Getting enough people interested in the movement and the concept of transhumanism, we could have whole groups of designers, architects,
programmers...etc getting together to build the city.
Once people started getting involved and the city took off, the public could start to see the benefits of such a system.
We have a choice, the NWO opposes freedom, technology itself is not good nor bad, it is HOW WE USE IT THAT COUNTS. You can either use technology to
free people, or to enslave them.
Like say the nanotechnology, you are afraid that proponents want to imbue themselves with technology to make themselves "immortal." Or at least to
improve upon human abilities giving them an edge over us.
But what if everyone had that edge? What could they do then?
Nothing that we ourselves could not also do.
I want to work towards the good of everyone, not a select few...if I am endowed with technical capabilities to where I could survive without anyone's
help...you can't take that from me. The NWO could not take that from me.
Think about the position that you are in right now, how much do you actually know about computers and the technical aspects of them? what if
developers, or anyone technically savvy, got together and decided to take over right now?
Most of us would be screwed, because RIGHT NOW, you rely on technology so heavily but the majority of people do not have technical knowledge. So this
opens the door to manipulation of people because of their ignorance.
If you educate people in all fields, instead of centering a person in one filed, you have muc more proficient people, that cannot be manipulated.