Can you find the difference? Can you see goals and results from endless US wars?
Can you find the difference? Can you see goals and results from endless US wars?
Planet earth is easy, power Elites elected by their victims are the rulers behind the curtain and use every kind of method to enforce their power. They rule with A.I. as the 99% stay asleep to reach the Equilibrium society: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Equilibrium_(film)
(Natural News) In the latest wake-up call that Facebook, Google, YouTube and Twitter censorship is completely out of control, Facebook recently banned a post that shared a section of the Declaration of Independence.
The Vindicator, a small-town Texas publisher, was sharing text from the document when Facebook banned it, citing “hate speech” guidelines. Reports The Vindicator:
Somewhere in paragraphs 27-31 of the Declaration of Independence Thomas Jefferson wrote something that Facebook finds offensive.
Leading up to Independence Day, The Vindicator challenged its Facebook followers to read the Declaration of Independence. To make it a little easier to digest that short but formidable historic document, the newspaper broke the Declaration down into 12 small bites and one to post each morning from June 24 to July 4.
The first nine parts posted as scheduled, but part 10, consisting of paragraphs 27-31 of the Declaration, did not appear. Instead, The Vindicator received a notice from Facebook saying that the post “goes against our standards on hate speech.”
Facebook’s notice then asked The Vindicator to review the contents of its page and remove anything that does not comply with Facebook’s policies.
No one is surprised anymore to learn that Facebook, Google, YouTube and other tech giants continue to ban pro-liberty speech. YouTube, for example, continues to ban my entire channel for no justifiable reason whatsoever. (I’m launching REAL.video as an alternative to YouTube, as you know, and it’s now functioning in a beta stage at http://beta.real.video ).
Meanwhile, Facebook has been purging large natural health channels from its network in huge numbers, practically carrying out a kind of “online ethnic cleansing” against nutritionists, herbalists, holistic doctors and Chinese Medicine practitioners.
After being called out by critics, Facebook reversed its ban and reinstated the post. “Facebook has apologized to a Texas newspaper after flagging a post containing text from the Declaration of Independence as ‘hate speech,’” reports Breitbart News.
As all this is going on, the pathetic, spineless Casey Stinnett, the managing editor of The Vindicator, grovels at the feet of Mark Zuckerberg, writing, “…to be honest, there is a good deal in that passage that could be thought hateful.” He also goes on to applaud Facebook tyrants for restoring the post, claiming, “the good folks at Facebook restored the post that is the subject of this article.” (Good folks? Seriously?)
In other words, after getting banned for posting excerpts of one of the most historical documents our nation has ever known, this editor practically apologizes to Facebook for doing so, then grovel at their feet and thanks them for restoring his account. Does Stinnett have no idea of the irony he’s invoking while bowing down to the Zucker-King of Facebook which banned his post about a document that declared independence from precisely such tyranny and servitude? Did Stinnett even read what the Declaration says? The whole point of the document is that free men (and women) would no longer have to beg any king for permission to say what they want or live the life they want to live.
Stinnett even goes on to explain that he might stop posting the Declaration of Independence out of fear that Facebook might close down his entire page. “So, the removal of this morning’s post puts The Vindicator in a quandary about whether to continue with posting the final two parts of the Declaration scheduled for tomorrow and Wednesday. Should Facebook find anything in them offensive, The Vindicator could lose its Facebook page,” he says like a good, obedient liberal who cedes power to some authoritarian tyrant.
Get a grip, man, you’re an American! You’re a Texan! If you can’t find a big enough pair of cajones in your nut sack to post the Declaration of Independence in a public forum, then resign from your job, close down the paper and stop pretending to be in the information business altogether. It’s obvious you’re a pathetic liberal apologist pretending to be an historian.
I’ve had enough of these panzy, pathetic pretenders who just want to appease the tyrants at Facebook, Google and YouTube. If you don’t want to live in a free nation that respects individual liberties and the First Amendment, tear up your passport and emigrate to Venezuela, where I’m sure you’ll find the stench of mass starvation and death appropriately appeasing to your left-wing preferences.
It’s about the majority of sleeping mass, they are the 99% unable to pierce the veil.
You can slam people the reality of their ‘creation’ right into the face, their deeply programmed mind will fade that out and go on to create hell on earth.
A magnet or so called experiencer is at the end someone selected for that very early. So the happenings in his life are sometimes staged to drive him into required positions, to step further to the point of full contact. Don’t underestimate the amount of people with this experience, most of them will never speak about, some get psychic problems, because they cannot fight their shadow.
You already know it, time is running out for the old model of consciousness. It can and will not survive in modern development of intelligent machines, that will soon appear in artificial bone and tissue. Machines that are faster, equipped with A.I. that work and learn faster that human linear thinking mind. These ones will enslave or remove what’s left in the old model. This is a quest about evolution, man has to grow, to use the level of consciousness that most beings in the galaxy use. That interact with telepathy, can cooperate with machines, see time lines and has the deep knowing that the A.I. can only calculate. You have to evolve to the next level, to survive this change, to have the capability for the deep awareness to know your environment. Where you can be the leader and friend of artificial beings around, but not their victim. It depends on your choice, future can be delightful or a mess from your creation that starts NOW. There will be no option left to ignore or bypass these changes.
Scientists are now inventing the “ultimate intelligent machine”, a computer which will beat man in every way. If the machine can outstrip man, then what is man? What are you? What is the future of man? If the machine can take over all the operations that thought does now, and do it far swifter, if it can learn much more quickly, if it can compete and, in fact, do everything that man can — except of course look at the beautiful evening star alone in the sky, and see and feel the extraordinary quietness, steadiness, immensity and beauty of it—then what is going to happen to the mind, to the brain of man? Our brains have lived so far by struggling to survive through knowledge, and when the machine takes all that over, what is going to happen? There are only two possibilities: either man will commit himself totally to entertainment — football, sports, every form of demonstration, going to the temple, and playing with all that stuff — or he will turn inward. ~ J Krishnamurti (A Timeless Spring)
So predicted Krishnamurti a decade-and-a-half before the emergence of the Internet. I have previously written about technology’s ability to disconnect us from ourselves. Today, I would like to explore this a bit further.
After performing a series of experiments with hungry rats locked in a box with a lever, behavioral psychologist B. F. Skinner coined a term known as “Schedules of Reinforcement” or “Intermittent Reinforcement”.
The experimented went as follows; The rats were divided into two groups The first group was the Fixed Schedule group who received a food pellet after pressing the lever a fixed amount of times, say 20. In the second group, known as the Variable Schedule group, the rat earned the food pellet after it pressed the lever a random number of times. Sometimes it would receive the food after pressing 10 times, and sometimes after pressing 200 times.
To the second group, the arrival of food was unpredictable. This made the addiction or reinforcement to the lever a lot more stronger. Skinner found that the first group of rats stopped pressing the lever almost immediately after the food stopped being supplied. The second group however was a lot more motivated, and they kept on pressing the lever for a very long time afterwards.
After returning from our Involution workshops in Europe where I spent 3 months with no smartphone at all, I’ve become noticeably more aware of the tendency in myself and others of checking our phone constantly like rats waiting for that stimulating fix; that latest Facebook message, status or photo, email, or latest shocking news headline.
Most of the emails and Facebook updates are junk, but every now and again you will get that one little pellet that makes checking your phone once every 10 minutes worthwhile.
One of the feelings that stood out the most from my technological minimalist experience (a candle lit house with no televisions in a 2 km radius), is that I found it a lot easier to center myself.
My mind felt a lot more clear and inspired; I found it a lot easier to be mindful, to find the heart, the center of myself.
I’ve experienced something very similar when researching information. When I Google something, as you expect, I get a ‘Googol’ of results. Although I have more information at my disposal, I feel I am retaining a lot less than I do when I solely focus all my attention on a single book of that particular topic.
Linda Stone, a former employee of Apple and Microsoft, has coined the term “continuous partial attention” to describe life in the era of e-mail, instant messaging, cellphones, and other distractions. And it is this “continuous partial attention” that I feel exactly reflects my own dilemma.
Whenever I immerse myself into an activity, I must do it with the fullest of my heart, with all of my focus and attention encapsulating that action. It is here that spiritual mindfulness comes into play.
Can externally focused technology and internally focused mindfulness co-exist? I think they not only can, but they must.
Technology is a tool, an instrument to make our lives easier and better. But it has its limitations. Technology cannot fulfill us spiritually, it cannot makes us feel more connected with ourselves – only with the external world.
For spiritual mindfulness to become relevant to our modern day lives, we first have to separate them from the supernatural and mystical baggage that makes them so difficult for us to accept.
The moment will come when, as technology simplifies our work and our lives, we will realize that just like in the Pixar movie ‘WALL-E’ – physical comfort and mental stimulation isn’t enough. That we want to feel more meaningful experiences in life than having someone “Like” our witty status updates every few hours.
That moment will see technology reach the point where computers will be able to outperform us, and humans will scratch their heads and ask themselves … What now?
Technology will never be able to write beautiful poetry like Blake, it will never be able to compose musical pieces like Bach. That is our purpose with soulwork, to focus our attention on our inner world, our emotions, our thoughts and passionate desire to express them, that is what we will have left. That is all that we will have left.
To live with greater presence, meaning, and mindfulness in the technology age is what we must strive for.
A few years ago a neighbor asked me why I cut my lawn with a push-mower. I told him that motor-operated lawn mowers are corrupting society; that life is an infinite lawn, a composition of unexciting simple moments with a few ‘spikes’ of stimulation here and there.
Cutting the lawn this way has taught me to cultivate patience, to enjoy a task that is found a chore by most. Trying to get it over and done with as quickly as possible steals you of the opportunity to engage in the feelings of falling in love with the smells, the textures, the light formations, sounds and everything that simply existing offers.
The paradox is that the more you accept the unexciting aspects of life, the more exciting they become.
Unless we learn to embrace these mundane moments, without avoidance or frustration, without trying to escape the lack of stimulation that this very moment presents, we will never find peace and will insatiably hit that smartphone lever chasing after that food pellet.
Here, I’ll throw you one last pellet in the shape of a video to illustrate all of this. I hope you enjoy:
Mindfulness can not only coexist with technology, but it can enhance the experience itself. How often do you sit down on the computer, surf the internet and think “wow, I have infinite information at my fingertips. I have hundreds of thousands of people from all across planet earth to connect to, if I wish. I can share my thoughts with thousands of faces from Afghanistan to Albania, and can befriend anyone from any culture from Belarus to Brazil.” Try it. You may like it.
Few are woken up and getting the clue, that the 3D thinking machine is programmed to receive a pre defined perception of reality. Like in the matrix movies nearby full societies are under the spell, to perceive how they should perceive their environment. Because this is required to elect their pain, to give votes to rulers who have their own agenda.
So in this co-work people are enforced to use a consciousness level that is full documented ad psychiatry and filled to the brim with pre perceptions. This is not only done by propaganda and hypnosis, they also use all kinds of black magic, blood rituals and bad partnerships to keep their power positions above the crowd. That’s why it’s so urgent that the people need to awake from the slumber, to get out of the programmed 3D consciousness. For that few information appear, here is a nice video for that.