AI in politics (General)

by dulan drift ⌂, Sunday, January 21, 2024, 16:29 (183 days ago) @ dan

It could also just come down to reaffirming what people already believe, selective perception. Those who want to believe what was said, will, and those who don't, won't, regardless of whether it was AI or human.

That's the key point - we have limiters within our own psyche - as to what we want reinforced & what we don't. We don't have full control of even our own brains.

We've delved into this a few times before - reality as it's presented to us now - which is the same as it's long been presented - is fake. Covid was a classic fake-world projection at scale, but it wasn't the first.

The Dark Ages where The Church went mad was another example. They had the power to enforce fakeness on a massive scale.

As for what happened with Covid, in normal reality, Science-gone-mad manslaughtered millions & made billions from it. An atrocity was committed ... & yet, a lot of people don't care about that. They'd like to get back to watching the footy, Celebrity gossip, vilify some other, & move on. Which the ORG-GODS are very happy to serve up. It's how they do.

This is why i think: either we're living in a game simulation - or - it's so much like one that it's a moot point

Fake reality is actually normal. It's a projection of what ORGS desire - with people acting as their 'little helpers'. I suspect ORGS & AI are the same thing. This is just completing the circle. We're seeing something manifest that was already there.

In any case - the transition to AI should be pretty seamless. There'll be the usual keep you safe stuff trotted out - it will be convenient, fun even - we'll ooze into it pretty quickly.

ORGS will still need to keep people fed & monied though, won't they? AI would seem to entail the death of a lot of office jobs. What are the jobs of the future? Service industry for AI? What did they do for work in The Refuser?


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