What are we doing? What are they doing? Does anybody know, care or plan it?
Out of all possibilities, I was closest to believing that humanity was a computer simulation, a game, but even for this an agenda would be necessary. 360 more words
2016 was a year in which reality began to seem rather unreal, where real-world developments beat satirical shows like Veep and Saturday Night Live to the punch with some of the most bizarre turns of events in recent years, with a reality-TV star and general man-child (or as he called himself on Twitter this month, “ratings machine DJT”), now readying himself to become leader of the free world. 1,638 more words
Adam Curtis strikes again with ‘HyperNormalisation’. This time, he challenges our preconceived idea of the ‘real’ as he brings out examples of the ‘fake world’ we live in: everything is constructed by elites, politicians and influential magnates that shape the world according to their needs. 82 more words