March 11, 2015

Our False Reality!

The end of the Internet is drawing near or at least the Internet as we know it.

Could you go one day without your smartphone are you one of the smartphone zombie-persons who reflexively checks his or her smartphone every 10 minutes, not because you felt a vibration or because you are getting a phone call, but rather because you can't help yourself, because checking your smartphone is a mechanical movement for you, as involuntary as breathing.

If so, don’t worry, you're just like everyone else on this planet. Worldwide 84 percent of respondents said that they could not go a single day without their smartphones.

We have become ever-dependent on and attached to our smartphones, tablets and other similar gadgets. It has become a part of everyday objects and services and it will be part of your presence all the time.

The reality is that we are not connected to mother Earth anymore. With the current technology we live in a surrealistic world and as long as people remain asleep, those who seek power and control will continue to manipulate and engineer the masses, right down to the structure of our very reality.

 

4 comments:

  1. ha ha happy to be one of the 16% I don't own one and won't get one either. smart phone = sheeple. GFL with that.

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  2. I do own a smartphone, an Alienware laptop and a huuuuge gaming desktop, i'm not going smart watch yet though because I think it's currently pointless. I love them all, they give me access to my games, interests, immediate and correct answers to my questions and whims. Though I stopped watching this video, apart from the attempt to sound ominous by layered voices and dark graphics whilst comparing technology to an eventual vomit inducing fairground ride, when they said "when you can no longer discern where 'it' ends and you begin". No-one is unable to discern where it ends and you begin, it is a tool, not unlike the makers of the video, if you want to turn a nut you use a spanner, you wanna know who won the football game you missed, you use the internet. You want to talk to the friend you made on holiday in New zealand you use the internet. I'm stunned someone would try to use one of mankinds greatest accomplishments as a detriment to the human race. It has brought the world closer together. We are walking a path discovered decades ago, if that leads to a holistic lifestyle then that's how it is and I'm good with it, When it leads to new life saving discoveries or life longevity items such as smart implants, I'm good with that too. Yep, a while down the line we may be part mech with no need for phones or a device to access the internet, I just hope I'm still alive to experience it.

    Keith W

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    1. Not to breed fear, But I hope you are alive to experience it as Well.
      How ever, I also hope that there are NO longer dark forces in power controlling the governments and technologies of the age. for living in a world with implants SO advanced as suggested, will make one an complete and utter slave, with no avenue to escape, for the enemy will know even their thoughts. assuming they are allowed any.

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  3. Wheres the Borg Cube image from?

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