The Pentagon is developing, or has already developed drones that can spot adversarial intent. In other words, people who seem to be harboring secrets, or maybe are just trying to keep to themselves. The latter is a big no-no in this emerging authoritarian world. Then again, people are so enamored with Facebook and other social media sites that drones are unnecessary at the moment. But I wonder what will happen as the global economy slides further in the gaping black maw of debt? People are getting angry and venting their frustrations on the streets. That seems like a perfect time to use these new drones to me. Money got us into this mess and somehow it will get us out of it? Grow up, people and see the con being played out right before your eyes.
Carl Jung spoke of religious prompting in our psyches, which when repressed by rational thinking tend to bring on neuroses. Religious experience seems to be an important ingredient in our psychic make-up, otherwise religion would have died a natural death long ago. Could it be that science is now the new religion of the day? It has all the markers of a religion. People believe scientists will save us from ourselves. Is that really true? Is life any less risky than in previous ages? I would say no. Yes, we live longer, but for what purpose? To work and acquire more stuff that we really don’t need to survive? Let’s look at what science is doing for us today.
I’ve added an audio archive page at the top of the home page for those of you who don’t have or want iTunes or Zune software on your computers and don’t wish to search through the post archives for podcasts.
Every link is working and the page will be updated from now on.
After a much needed hiatus, The Red Pill 2051 Podcast has returned. I was wary to do another 9/11 talk, but I decided that it was necessary considering the onslaught of propaganda in the mainstream media today. Somehow, the 10th anniversary of this tragic and heinous attack seems more important than last year. I am feeling a little rusty, so this talk is short.