The minds of billionaires are chambers of extreme pipe dreams and fantasy, and they use their wealth to alter reality by turning these fantasies into an alternative reality, no matter how unrealistic or nonhuman they are. From robots to virtual reality to creating babies and extending human life, these are mad scientist experimenting on those they have already convinced that they are divine geniuses.
There are four billionaires we know of who are leading many into a psychopathological abyss they are creating for the future that will be occupied by the weak minds who follow them now, and eventually all the way. They cloak the truth with reverse psychology saying artificial intelligence is dangerous and they are protecting the masses from security threats, global elites and communism, all the time laying the foundation for a society of psychological slavery.
They blur the lines of reality over time – years and decades – cleverly convincing the public to agree to their terms and privacy policies; offering pleasurable mental escapes in virtual reality, trips to outer space, anonymous identities, financial rewards and slick, super-fast technological gadgets, all the while solidifying their base into robotic servitude.
However, as a real person and a human being, we all must remain vigilant and possess a sound mind to know when to back off and take control of our minds and every day habits. Not constantly drawn into their world of Internet drama and propaganda.
We must remind ourselves and teach our children that the nature of the earth itself has more power and awe than we realize; and we must stay grounded in reality and know that eternal life comes through one source, which is God our creator, who gave us life in the first place. We were not birthed by machines ran by algorithms. So let us pray that our grandchildren will not be creations of these mad scientist.
The following is an Excerpted from The End of Reality: How Four Billionaires are Selling a Fantasy Future of the Metaverse, Mars, and Crypto by Jonathan Taplin:
”Four very powerful billionaires—Peter Thiel, Elon Musk, Mark Zuckerberg, and Marc Andreessen—are creating a world where “nothing is true and all is spectacle.” If we are to inquire how we got to a place of radical income inequality, post-truth reality, and the looming potential for a second American Civil War, we need look no further than these four — “the biggest wallets.”
The Technocrats make up a kind of interlocking directorate of Silicon Valley, each investing in or sitting on the boards of the others’ companies. Their vast digital domain controls your personal information; affects how billions of people live, work, and love; and sows online chaos, inciting mob violence and sparking runs on stocks.
These four men have long been regarded as technologically progressive heroes, but they are actually part of a broader antidemocratic, authoritarian turn within the tech world, deeply invested in preserving the status quo and in keeping their market-leadership positions or near-monopolies—and their multi-billion-dollar fortunes secure from higher taxes. (“Competition is for suckers,” Thiel once posited.)
Indeed, they are American oligarchs, controlling online access for billions of users on Facebook, Twitter, Threads, Instagram, and WhatsApp, including 80 percent of the US population. Moreover, from the outside, they appear to be more interested in replacing our current reality—and our economic system, imperfect as it is—with something far more opaque, concentrated, and unaccountable, which, if it comes to pass, they will control.
These four projects—the Metaverse, crypto, interplanetary colonization, and transhumanism, not to mention AI—are an existential risk to the world in political, economic, and, perhaps most fundamentally, moral terms.
Transhumanism envisions a future in which artificial intelligence and robots, ruled by the Technocrats, will do most of the work, and a significant portion of the population will sit at home, living a fantasy life in the Metaverse, subsisting on government-paid crypto universal basic income, which would cover your broadband bill and your Metacoin micropayments for all the concerts and clubs you attend virtually.
All four of the Technocrats can be described as libertarians. Libertarians in general would argue that if genetic or technological enhancement of humans is possible, they should be afforded the freedom to enhance their intelligence, tailor their appearance, or lengthen their lifespan. But these enhancements will not be cheap, and once the elite have access to them, the unenhanced will have to fight to acquire the bioenhancements necessary to stay in the new rat race. This raises the specter of designer babies at considerable cost, which would become a normal expense of parenthood.
It would be up to you to decide if you wanted, for a very high price, to edit the genes of your embryo before it was implanted. Thiel propose having us live to 200 or so.
The Greek philosopher Epicurus and his ideas about what made a good and fulfilling life. Epicurus highlighted three elements:
- The company of good friends
- The freedom and autonomy to enjoy meaningful work
- An “examined life” built around a core faith or philosophy
It could be argued that the transhumanists who are building the Metaverse, generative AI, and life-extension technologies apparently don’t care if you achieve any of these goals. If your friends are other avatars whose real identities are cloaked, you don’t have the company of good friends. If you sit home all day wearing your VR helmet (because your job has been assumed by an AI), subsisting on government universal basic income payments, you have neither freedom nor the autonomy to enjoy meaningful work. If much of what you do is based on a virtual fantasy existence, you certainly don’t have an examined life. You will have become a cyborg at the end of reality.
The men (and they are mostly men) who are inventing this world of super machine intelligence and biological engineering tend not to believe in religion. But they want to be gods. As the writer and commentator G.K. Chesterton contended in 1932, “The truth is that Irreligion is the opium of the people. Wherever the people do not believe in something beyond the world, they will worship the world. But, above all, they will worship the strongest thing in the world.” Today the strongest thing in the world is Big Technology. Until we stop worshiping at the temple of Saints Peter or Elon or Zuck or Marc, we will be trapped in the future they want.”
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