amanfromMars 1 Sun 26 Jul 09:21  saying a few words on controlled worlds on http://forums.theregister.co.uk/forum/1/2015/07/25/georgia_sues_terrorist_for_publishing_its_own_laws/
Re: Knowledge is Power
And simple complex words create, command and control worlds and provide power and energy to leading virtual systems of operation/relatively remote anonymised control. Hence the earlier burning of books campaigns/information purges.
Such actions/proactions today though, are problematical and practically impossible whenever information and intelligence are freely shared over virtually provided networks.
amanfromMars 1 Sun 26 Jul 11:28  …. saying more on Knowledge is Power on http://forums.theregister.co.uk/forum/1/2015/07/25/georgia_sues_terrorist_for_publishing_its_own_laws/
Re: Alien Knowledge is Power ..... Clarification and Addendum
Such earlier actions/proactions as the burning of books and information purges are a problem nowadays for they have no effect whatsoever on the rise and drive of relatively anonymous remote control systems of administration/perceptions management/media command and control/spooky rule with sublime regulation.
Deny and/or ignore that it and IT deliver braver new orderly world order futures and derivative ventures to markets and prime and sub-prime state and non-state actors and you will be just as a helpless and hapless spectator to all that is provisioned? ’Twas ever the case for the pathetic and apathetic of nature though, and natural enough justice to boot in the root.
amanfromMars 1 Sun 26 Jul 12:14  …. adding still more fuel to the raging fire and towering inferno
Re: Alien Knowledge is Power ..... Clarification and Addendum, and a Valid Point to Ponder
And when intelligence bodies work with empowering systems that do not heed and respond to new directions and novel instructions, is command and control lost in the traditional and conventional and granted to the radical and revolutionary for the purging of neo fascist entities with militant tendencies and glaring inadequacies?
amanfromMars 1 Sun 26 Jul 16:59  ….. sharing novel news on http://forums.theregister.co.uk/forum/1/2015/07/25/georgia_sues_terrorist_for_publishing_its_own_laws/
Interesting Times ahead, El Reg ...... and especially so at Leading Cutting Edges
Georgia's problem is that by printing this stuff online for free, black people can now read it.If only whites could read it wouldn't be a problem, but now blacks get to school and learn to read, you gotta stop them reading the equality laws...... x 7
The world and his dogs of war have Georgia's problem, x 7, and it is no small matter that can be easily overwhelmed and defeated. Indeed, it is in actual fact and virtual fiction exactly the opposite case and will simply destroy all monsters.
El Regers, please read the following tales, of which this snippet is quite an APT ACTive reality unfolding around everyone everywhere ......
We are, for the first time in the history of the human race, experiencing something new in the body politic. Until recently, coercive political organizations were limited in their ability to control their fellow human beings. They simply didn't have the information, or the communications, or the reach to force everyone at every level of their society to bow to their will. With the exception of the printing press, the tools governments had during the American Revolution to control their populations were no different from those available to the Kings of Sumer or ancient Egypt.
Then, about 200 years ago, that started to change. Beginning with the telegraph and the railroad, science gave them new ways to enforce conformity. Now, with evolutions in the control of money, surveillance, communications and data management, their ability to construct the ultimate totalitarian state seems unstoppable.
But what the gods of technology giveth, they also taketh away. With digital systems comes increasing complexity and, in the cracks formed between those systems, hidden refuges for those who used to escape into a physical wilderness. For the politically dispossessed, there is now a new digital badlands. If you doubt that, ask yourself why, in a world dominated by government surveillance and big data, do we still have spam or Anonymous or hacking? Why have cyberattacks become more common, not less?
Thieves Emporium is a story that analyzes this new badlands and the conflict that is arising from its existence. If you really want to know where our society is going, you need to consider the ideas it puts forward.
This is not science fiction.