posted on Jul, 13 2012 @ 03:40 PM
Originally posted by randomname
how much the world has changed.
when people where free to express their thoughts publicly.
instead of funnelled to the internet, where all of your ideas are expressed there and left there until the next time you log on.
now thoughts and comments in the majority of the mainstream forums are regulated to 1 incomplete sentence with a hashtag.
where would the powers that be want you to protest, on the web in the comfort of your own home in front of a screen, venting your anger in binary
as long as they know you're there and not massed in the thousands outside of their home or place of work, the internet has turned out better than
expected for them.
the only risk they took, is that people would use it to organize themselves against them.
well that hasn't happened, since most americans only leave their computer screens to go to the kitchen.
I notice that social convention leans toward non-activism, like some unwritten code: normal conversations are reserved, as if afraid of the consequent
'Like'. What a sick, head numbing, hashtag.
I aver that if the people dropped their cellular connections, it would bring them down, as there would be many questions to bear. For instance, what
are they still building a grid framework of towers if nobody owns a cellular?
Yes, we are the last, if ever, to revolt. Have you noticed that year after year, men come into your backyard, and raise the electrical grid another
It is MIC. It is a war of words. Those towers are never coming down, because they are a shell for the latest in technofascism. I am told that the
network can see through walls using radio waves. These signals are necessary for having a conversation on your phone? I don't think so.
The digital revolution was a deception.
edit on 13-7-2012 by davidmann because: (no reason given)