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A Unified Humanity

by ranfuchs (writer), CT, USA, January 26, 2010

Billions of dollars are being spent on new techniques and technologies to influence your brain. Where will it lead us?

Jogging, the unmistakable bluish aura glowing from every house I am panting by makes me feel safe, as I know that my neighbors, my town, the country, and probably most of humanity are connected by the same unprejudiced umbilical cord of information. I can clearly feel the common in all these otherwise-diverse and unrelated people and groups. They are all glued to the pipeline of bread and circuses, which runs by those with a single goal in mind, to make us – men and women of every ethnicity color or race – think the same; if possible, not think at all. This will make them rich and powerful and for this they provide us the blue aura at half the price.

These days hoards of brain-washers are paid millions to find new ways to harness new technologies to stop us from thinking independently. They are using the very same modern technologies that make it easier and faster to make us believe in absurdities and perform atrocities.

It took Lenin and Hitler many years to reach their people and transform their societies. Nowadays, every half-talented technology armed spin doctor would take a fraction of the time to achieve the same. Power is always used – eventually. With nearly unlimited power, it’s no longer a question of if, but only a question of when.



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By Lady D on January 26, 2010 at 07:45 pm

Spreading fear is not going to make anything better.

No worry we will never all think the same. Unless someone is to afraid to think for themselves.

It all starts with our own thinking. Thoughts are things.

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By ranfuchs on January 28, 2010 at 10:42 pm

I am glad to see that many think that we are not so influenced by media. I am sure that some people are not. But if we could really think for ourselves, why is modern advertising so successful (that is, advertising that does not only present the product to you, but rather advertising that makes you get things you don't need)

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