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The Intrepid Explorer - Live – Life – Large

The Intrepid Explorer - Live – Life – Large

Dan Abernathy

December 06, 2021

The disciples of the Oligarchy call them cookies. They do so because we relate to cookies as an element of joy. Your mother baked cookies and they made you feel good. You went to your grandmother’s house and were allowed to put your small, chubby hand into the cookie jar of bliss. When you want to show kindness to someone, you bake them cookies and stop by for a visit. Cookies evoke the euphoric feeling of joy.

This idea of goodness was the smokescreen deployed by the Ninja type invasion into individual privacy. With the non-governing advancement of the Internet, control and the loss of personal privacy were unenviable.

“You must accept cookies to go any further.” We see this now and it is not the last invasion into personal privacy. We are being probed deeper into the bowels of who we are.

Because we have been conditioned to say, “yes,” to cookies in our gluttonous ways, we click accept without hesitation, allowing a virtual invasion to storm the beach into our privacy. Once you have allowed this invasion to happen, the cookie crumbs are there forever.

Google something and it becomes attached to your presence, your algorithm. Look at something on Amazon and it is forever bolted to you in the broadest sense. Search something on EBay and you will receive countless notifications with variations of your search.

Mention something around Alexis or Siri as they eavesdrop and these virtual assistants will report to the Oligarchy and you will be plagued with, “I see that you are interested in underclothing manufactured from the belly of a rare flying squirrel.”

This invasion into confidentiality is all arranged and implemented because of algorithms. An algorithm is a series of instructions telling a computer how to transform a set of facts about you, into useful information. The facts are data, and the information is input for yet another algorithm.

The Facebook algorithm controls the ordering and presentation of posts, so users see what is most relevant to them. Rather than publish content chronologically, posts and ads are presented, based on what Facebook sees as relevant to you, the user.

What is forgotten or not understood is that these algorithms that show you what they think you want, from your Internet footprint, can also keep information, including the truth, from being flashed into your eyes.

Social media is now an increasingly large part of the news diet. According to a Pew Research Center report, 55% of the nation's adults now get their news from social media, with Facebook and Tweeter being the largest platform to do so.

What’s disturbing is the censorship, manipulation and false fact checking that is happening. Facebook and Tweeter defend themselves by admitting they are not a news source, although they spew their twisted versions from behind the wobbly door marked, a social platform.

Parag Agrawal an algorithm expert, has been shifted into the position of CEO of Twitter and announced that they have changed their policies.

Twitter will not allow the sharing of personal media that can potentially violate personal privacy. “The misuse of private media can affect everyone, but can have a disproportionate effect on woman, activists, dissidents and members of minority communities.”

At the same time allowing a conversation on “Spaces,” a Twitter feature allowing users to talk as well as tweet with each other live, trending around the hashtag “#mayomonkeysgottago.” Racial statements made throughout the conversation include one person blatantly calling for a "white genocide" and wishing “for the total eradication of the white race.”

I’m not sure what lies between the lines here, but I am sure there is a lot to be read.

This conditioning and intrusion into individualism as we are unknowingly being brainwashed with the introduction of a new crack pipe, Metaverse, a virtual world in which users, represented by an avatar, can shop, socialize and take part in leisure activities.

In a recent video presentation, Facebook CEO, Mark Zuckerberg outlined the ways in which the Metaverse would merge virtual life with real life creating endless new playgrounds allowing an overlap of our digital and physical lives, including revolutionizing living life.

Zuckerberg suggests buying land in Metaverse, though it is not real, and invest in the infrastructure. The token economies underlying the ecosystem are common investments. The second one is to invest in core non-fungible token, (NFT) assets on a particular Metaverse platform.

It is estimated that the Metaverse market will be worth $800 billion by 2024. Items that can only be accessed in the virtual realm are already changing hands for eye-watering sums.

You are wondering why I speak of the Oligarchy. The Oligarchy is a power structure in which power rests with a small number of people. It is not in the hands of one person, like a monarchy, or the people, like a democracy.

One of the most well known oligarchies is Russia. An oligarchy has ruled Russia since the 1400s. Those who are wealthy in Russia have to maintain contacts within the government or lose their power. This is recognizable here and now. Remove your face that is directed at the indoctrinating device attached to the palm of your hand and look and see into the real now. - dbA

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