Brave New World Redux

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  1. DixieDestroyer

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  2. Shadowlight

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    I know this creepy microchip insertion has started here as well. This is probably just one of many more intrusive technological horror shows that are coming our way. With artificial intelligence and the push towards a future that features some sort of robot/human fusion perhaps it is a good thing I won't be around to fully witness it. This stuff is just too damn scary for my sensibilities.
     
  3. WHITE NOISE

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    It's both unsettling and reassuring that the Lord told us this would be a reality at some point in the future, which may be sooner than we think: "He causes all, both small and great, rich and poor, free and slave, to receive a mark on their right hand or on their foreheads, and that no one may buy or sell except one who has the mark or the name of the beast, or the number of his name. Revelation 13: 16-18
     
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    If everyone is forced to get these microchips the current powers that be will have complete control over the population. They can then force the population to do whatever they want. They will become absolute rulers over a population of slaves.

    One of the things they will do is make it illegal for White people to have White children. They will make it mandatory that Whites will only be able to have children with non-whites.
     
  5. werewolf

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    Used to be - through the 1960s - the predictions for the future were a glorious wonderland - 2 hour work weeks, robots to do the housework for the lady of the house, personal helicopters and shiny towering cities of the future...and now...a nightmare.

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  6. BeyondFedUp

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    That magazine cover made me almost depressed.

    What a different world we came from even 40 years ago. Publications were certainly different. Almost all previous pictorials in magazines with supposed prescient visions of the future showed robust, intelligent-looking White people in a Jetsons cartoon-like vision with a positive outlook, and seemingly attainable dreams out there on the horizon.

    Nobody, and I mean nobody would have envisioned our typical White women as skanks with tattoos and piercings and transgendered freaks as the New Normal.

    None of those horizon gazers would have nightmarishly seen loud-mouthed vile Blacks dominating esteemed media positions on television, movies and radio.

    We are looking at some very perilous times ahead. The future is not that one previously seen. Heck, the present is Bizarro World on steroids.

    Makes ya kinda wonder who's been runnin' things, don't it?
     
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  7. Deus Vult

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    Paul Kersey makes a point similar to this: In 1903 the Wright brothers conducted the first manned, powered airplane flights. By 1927 Charles Lindbergh made the first transatlantic flight. In 1947 Chuck Yeager broke the sound barrier. In the 1950s, we graduated up to commercial air travel. By the late 1950s the USA and Soviets sent satellites into space and took photographs of the earth. In the early 1960s, USSR and USA conducted the first manned orbital missions, leading up to Apollo Eleven in 1969..
    Given that timeline of progress, why did we not have personal aircraft in nearly every garage by the 1990s?
    Demographic sabotage has retarded every aspect of our social, political, and economic present.
     

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