And yet, the article downplays the issue of humans being replaced:
>The company wants to give the most demanding, repetitive tasks to robots, then retrain employees for higher-skilled jobs such as mechatronics or software engineering.
>Instead of replacing workers, robots can make their lives easier, argues Tye Brady, chief technologist at Amazon Robotics. “If you reframe your relationship with machines, you can gain incredible productivity.”
I can't shake off the impression that every time an article like this comes out, it always has a variation of "no, you're not getting replaced, don't worry".
Well, you are. And we need to think about what to do with the upcoming robot revolution. But pretending it's not coming does nothing, and makes sure lots of people will have to count pennies, and some will starve and die.
I daily drive a computer from 2006, just with some more RAM and HDDs that I already had. The big thing for me is that it's perfectly enough. Some people seem to be obsessed with having new stuff even when it's not needed.
Getting into modifying and refurbishing/repairing computers.. and really enjoying the concept of limited systems. I don't think I will ever buy a new computer ever again.
I've grown very ideological against consumerism since venturing down this path and seeing just how horrible the consumer market has become manufacturing products designed for failure or obsolescence and completely locking out any possibilities of repairability, upgradability, or modification. It's difficult to really claim "ownership" of a device if you have no ability to do with it as you wish---if it breaks, you can't fix it; If it ages, you can't upgrade it; If you want to change it, you can't. This is all by design, because the free market entities manufacturing these products rather you simply dispose of your old products and buy new ones.
Making good, long-lasting, user-maintainable/upgradable/modifiable products simply isn't profitable. While good for corporations, this practice is inherently anti-consumer, user-unfriendly, and extremely environmentally hostile.
Fuck this genocide loving cuck. Controlled opposition, as was obvious all along.
>On an aside - have been a huge fan of your work and website for awhile now. To have created such an *honest* and extensive resource for individuals to make informed decisions is truly commendable, cutting through the noise, bullshit, and psyops.
Comments like yours make it all worth it :D
The funny thing is, the TV / mainstream media has been doing the "terrorizing" about COVID for 2.5 years now, while the vaccine is praised and so people happily take it. Their logic, then, could actually be reversed. But I'm happy to put myself on a level playing field and assume both COVID symptoms and vacine symptoms are all for real. The vaccine still comes out a lot worse.
Nothing to see here, kids. All the heart attacks were just from people being "terrorized" by antivaxers.
Total clown world.
- Creation of Covid itself in the Wuhan lab
- Event 201
- Using improperly configured tests to measure "COVID cases"
- Marking any death within a month of a positive COVID test as a COVID death - even those with 4 chronic diseases coming along for the ride, or even suicides or accidents
- A "vaccine" that is not a vaccine, invented 10 times (or more) faster than any other in history
- Burial of sane treatments like Vitamin D or ivermectin
- Deplatforming dissidents from big tech social media, or even the academia. Academia seems compromised as much now, because every antivax study includes the disclaimer "The vaccines are so great, man!" right at the beginning
- Continuing with useless measures like lockdowns, mask mandates, social distancing long after they have been proven to be useless and / or harmful
- Killing presidents in Africa that went against some of the stuff, and replacing them with plants such as in Haiti
Everything I've said here is provable. Try the full corona report here https://digdeeper.club/articles/corona.xhtml, 2.5 years of work exposing the official pandemic narrative. And the part about presidents and killing ivermectin in another article here https://digdeeper.club/articles/enemylaw.xhtml#folly.
The "we really didn't know" narrative is the final attempt of the COVID criminals to avoid accountability and their own consciences (maybe the lower level criminals have some, I really doubt it about the high level ones). It's not going to work, as the reply to the "amnesty" article has shown.
>In March 2023, Canada will become one of the few nations in the world allowing medical aid in dying, or MAID, for people whose sole underlying condition is depression, bipolar disorder, personality disorders, schizophrenia, PTSD or any other mental affliction.
Still believe the elites are not doing depopulation? Because I can guarantee you, that when this becomes normalized, there will be no more focus on fixing the conditions that lead to people's mental issues. Just blaming the victim and then killing them because they are "irremediable".
Seriously, little children were never supposed to sit on a chair at a desk for 6 hours a day while being treated like prisoners.
Little children are supposed to explore their direct environment and actually learn how to live through that.
📱 Mobile OS - Trash your phone
🔍 Search Engine - Mojeek
🌐 Browser - Pale Moon + uMatrix (the key here)
📧 Email - Claws Mail + PGP
🔐 Password manager - My head
☁️ Storage - USB drives
🗒️ Note taking - What's that?