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VIDEO — Alex Hunter: MayDay! Halt Chemtrails and save Earth & humanity

by Alfred Lambremont Webre
May 3, 2016

Alex Hunter is a Vancouver activist known as “Captain Chemtrail” because of his command of the full range of the covert technology of chemtrails to terraform Earth and humanity into a remote controlled species commanded by a Controller Matrix and in turn by AI Artificial Intelligence.

https://newsinsideout.com/2016/05/ale…

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VIDEO — feminism is about equality

by Shoe0nHead
Mar 13, 2016

WHY WOULD YOU BE AGAINST EQUALITY AND EQUAL REPRESENTATION IN IRRELEVANT IPHONE EMOTICONS???

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COMEDY VIDEO — #trending

by Joy Camp
Mar 12, 2016

A video call retrieved from the NSA archives dating 28 July, 2015. The contents include a conversation between Roderic, Bjorn, and Cornelius–members of the radical anarchist group, “JoyCamp”.

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VIDEO — Facebook Illuminati New “Reactions” EMOJI & The NWO Big Brother System

by The Vigilant Christian
Mar 1, 2016

Do not be deceived there is a big brother system being developed around us and they must collect data! In this video I share how the new addiction to Facebook is actually a way to gather data on our emotional reactions. This will make us way easier to control! Please share this video! God Bless, STAY VIGILANT & FEAR NO EVIL !!!

5 WAYS TO BEAT THE SURVEILLANCE STATE: How You Can Beat Government And Hacker Surveillance https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qgVrL…

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Just Say No? Facebook Has Similar Effect on Your Brain as Cocaine

by Sputnik News
Feb 19, 2016

A new brain scan study has come up the surprising result that our brains are affected by Facebook in a way similar to the effect of highly addictive drugs, such as cocaine.

The study, conducted by Professor Ofir Turel of California State University, Fullerton, who has been working for several years on the possible negative effects of technology on our lives, monitored the brains of twenty people as they viewed images relating to the social media giant.

 


VIDEO — Astroturf and manipulation of media messages | Sharyl Attkisson

by TEDx Talks
Feb 2, 2015

In this eye-opening talk, veteran investigative journalist Sharyl Attkisson shows how astroturf, or fake grassroots movements funded by political, corporate, or other special interests very effectively manipulate and distort media messages.

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VIDEO — Online Slacktivism

by Richard Hall
Jan 13, 2016

Neil Sanders returns to continue his rant about social media. Do people behave differently on social media than they would person to person? Has the environment of social media been deliberately designed to encourage the sort of behaviour we see on social media? Is social media a very good way to both contain and monitor all forms of activism? (or should I say slacktivism). Are you a social media slacktivist? With social media becoming more and more popular, especially with the younger generations – have we sleep walked into the mouth of a social engineering monster being ran by the security services? – Neil Sanders gives his views and advice. It seemed that the internet was going to be an information revolution – which it undoubtedly has been for some, but is the internet being used by the majority for their own benefit or their own downfall?

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MUST SEE — Social Media Engineering

by Richard Hall
Jan 5, 2016

Neil Sanders returns to the show to talk about social media. Most people’s internet use has changed over the last ten years with more and more time being spent using social media. Neil Sanders compares behavioural tendancies on social media sites with psychological experiments and mind adherence strategies explored in the 1960’s. He explains that the conditions created during a Facebook session are very similar. Neil doubts that this is an accident and explains that the types of behaviour people are corralled into exhibiting is both damaging and probably deliberate. Is your Facebook profile more popular than the real you? Then you might be in a continuous loop of reward seeking and narcissism resulting in smiling depression. Have you ever stopped to think who the hell REALLY set all this up and why?

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Computers, Artificial Intelligence and the All-Seeing Eye

via Conspiracy School
by David Livingstone
04/28/2014 – 21:15

As explained in Computer: A History of the Information Machine, the personal computer was in large part a product of the “computer liberation” movement that grew out of the counter-culture of California in the 1960s. More specifically, those trends were in turn an outgrowth of the CIA’s MK-Ultra program that popularized drug use for “mind-expanding” purposes.

A leading representative of this trend, who coined the term “personal computer,” was Stewart Brand, MK-Ultra agent and founder of the influential Whole Earth Catalogue. Before studying biology at Stanford University, Brand attended Phillips Exeter Academy, a prestigious American private prep school in New Hampshire, one of the oldest secondary schools in the US. The Economist described the school as belonging to “an elite tier of private schools” in Britain and America that counts Eton and Harrow in its ranks. Exeter has a long list of famous former students, including Mark Zuckerberg, founder of Facebook, novelist John Irving and Dan Brown, author of The Da Vinci Code and the Masonic-inspired The Lost Symbol.

Phillips Exeter Academy was established in 1781 by banker Dr. John Phillips, who was a great-grandson of the Rev. George Phillips, founder of the Congregational Church in America, who arrived on the ship Arbella with Governor Winthrop in 1630. John Winthrop, who one of the leading figures in the founding of the Massachusetts Bay Colony, the first major settlement in New England after Plymouth Colony, was also an alchemist and follower of the infamous sorcerer John Dee, who was the driving force behind the Rosicrucian movement of the early seventeenth century.[1]

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Zuckerberg pushes Internet for everyone in U.N. speech

via USA TODAY
by Jon Swartz
Sep 26, 2015

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(Photo: Ted S. Warren-Pool, Getty Images)

Yesterday, the pope. Today, Zuck.

For the second day in a row, one of the world’s most powerful people visited New York to speak on the world stage.

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg addressed the United Nations twice Saturday.

During the 70th annual U.N. General Assembly session, Zuckerberg discussed the “importance of connectivity in achieving the U.N.’s sustainable development goals.” He was scheduled to deliver the keynote address at the United Nations Private Sector Forum, where U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon and German Chancellor Angela Merkel were also scheduled to speak.

“Connecting the world is one of the fundamental challenges of our generation,” Zuckerberg said. “More than 4 billion people don’t have a voice online.”

Earlier in the day, Zuckerberg and Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates led a high-powered contingent whose goal is to bring Internet access to everyone in the world by 2020 – part of a U.N. effort to eradicate extreme poverty by 2030. U.N. officials estimate half the world does not have reliable access, especially women and girls, whose education and health is crucial to anti-poverty efforts.

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Google’s Ray Kurzweil says humans will have ‘hybrid’ cloud-powered brains by 2030

RT USA
Published time: June 04, 2015 19:07

Inventor Ray Kurzweil (AFP Photo)

Within 15 years, humans will be implanted with nanobots that will connect their brains to the internet, allowing for vastly accelerated cognition. Ten years after that, most of our thinking “will be done online,” according to futurologist Ray Kurzweil.

“Our thinking then will be a hybrid of biological and non-biological thinking. We’ll be able to extend our limitations and think in the cloud. We’re going to put gateways to the cloud in our brains,” said Kurzweil, director of engineering at Google, during a keynote speech at the Exponential Finance conference in New York.

“We’re going to gradually merge and enhance ourselves. In my view, that’s the nature of being human – we transcend our limitations.”

The 67-year-old Kurzweil made his name inventing technologies that turn handwriting and speech into digital output, as well as a popular line of synthesizers. As director of engineering at Google, a post he has occupied since 2012, he is pushing his research even further – trying to improve computers’ ability to understand natural language, and eventually aiming to create true artificial intelligence that will allow computers to truly interact with humans.

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