December 3, 2020
The ever-darkening addiction to a glass screen that’s on your person 24 hours a day and knows who you are with more precision than you know yourself is not natural.
Promoting products you didn’t realise you needed until they were thrust before your eyes.
Reading various articles all presented at particular moments on specific platforms to ensure the commentary results in you attaining the preferred conclusion.
The majority of many people’s lives are now spent interacting with screens and lockdown has only enhanced this phenomenon.
It is therefore understandable why the UK authorities choose to focus their attention on controlling what is permitted to be shared online.
By controlling these mediums of communication with subtle manipulation that is invisible, the illusion of control can be achieved by phantom force that remains intangible.
Using technology to understand how modern society thinks and behaves enables state actors to accurately predict their population’s reaction to specific information and prepare for the outlawed conjecture.
This, in combination with silencing the critics, allows a single narrative to form which is taken as gospel by a large proportion of society.
The power to infect people’s minds is unlike any political tool in history. Creating the realms of perception and concocting the premeditated response enables the infiltration of free thought.
What news-related media impacts your impression of reality and the ability to impact what you believe to be your individual opinion cannot be underestimated.
Your activity and behaviour online provides a more precise picture of who you really are than your ego would ever allow.
Therefore, those with the access to your data can ascertain what truly motivates you and what your core beliefs are. If these do not correlate with their own ambitions, a campaign of misinformation and manipulation can be initiated to attempt to alter these points of view.
Fear hangs heavy in the air and the greatest fear of all is, no one is sure what they are afraid of.
The revelation about the conduct of the 77th Brigade sheds some light on the concise operation against free thought, yet the most horrifying elements of control remain disguised in broad daylight and inconspicuous in the shadows.
Freedom is never free; you have to fight for it.