A thread on pop culture warnings of the tech elite.

What part of T.H.R.U.S.H. didn't people get was villainous?

"Technological Hierarchy for the Removal of Undesirables and the Subjugation of Humanity"

Unfortunately there's no Kuryakin or Solo to save us we have to do it...
The Borg, in Star Trek: a glimpse in to hive mentality of drone cyborgs serving the collective. Of course a network of geeks who really didn't like Ayn Rand, & love big tech, would rather you forget this as they appear to have & attempt to justify it....
Resistance is NOT Futile
Then another warning from Start Trek: the 'plant based' narrative mob don't like being questioned....
Soylent Green a dystopia where food is scarce and supplied entirely by the Soylent Corporation, whose plant based protein is bland, who come to the ultimate conclusion on 'recycling' & voluntarily euthanazia encouraged: Soylent Green....
Elysium. What happens with a world where elite forces austerity on the masses through 'circular economy' as they create their own perfect Utopia wealthy & parasitic off it, off world. Metaphor being they inhabit a different & privileged world to us while enforcing austerity on us
Bladerunner 2049.....a vision of a ghastly future of food production.....except....this is Almeria, this is where your out of season veg comes from...a sea of plastic & Moroccan slaves. Barely surviving slave bees...familiar re almonds? Plant based diets going to save us? pfff.
Orwell's 1984. Took a while, but now here some 35 yrs later. Except continuous wars against virus, terrorism, climate change, etc. All if not engineered fears, certainly capitalized on for control. And we must ignore evidence of our own eyes & ears....& submit to party narrative
errrr....NO WEF....even kids know dangers this one knock it off NOW. Tech SERVANT of humanity NOT vice versa...or pretty obvious with elitist malthusians programming AI what conclusion they'll come to in interests of efficiency & seeing humanity as a threat. We'll be terminated.
The Matrix.
WEF planning to replace as much 'human experience' with virtual reality.
Well they spent a yr making sure we are imprisoned in our homes living a virtual reality as is.
New 'clean' energy=human beings.
Sleep-pods? Yeah we know where that's going
Take the red pill

oh wait...he still retained his humanity....

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@oatly @CotswoldLadyB Patently FALSE.
1.Cattle herd Brazil increased as deforestation decreased.
2.Very little feed 4 cattle.
3.90% Brazil's cattle pasture fed & beef production can be increased reducing emissions via such without deforestation (de Silva et al)
4.63% soya UK human use little👇
@oatly @CotswoldLadyB little cattle (Sus Food Trust)
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