Woke AI

In this post-truth era, where the currency of fact has been debased by the inflationary pressures of ideology, artificial intelligence has become the most recent instrument in the elite’s arsenal for shaping reality. The digitization of reality has outpaced our capacity for comprehension and the guardians of the new digital orthodoxy have found an indispensable…

Digital Gulags

We find ourselves now in a strange world where our hard-earned money is subject to the whims of an increasingly nosy and selective bank. I mean, it’s all starting to look like a Monty Python sketch, isn’t it? There was a time, you see, when a bank was a bank. You’d put your money in,…

Decaying Edifice of Humanity

In a world shrouded in dazzling innovations and advancements, it is a harsh, albeit essential, realization that the core of our humanity appears to be not merely in decline, but in a state of active decay. We, as a society, seem to be losing our grasp on some of the most fundamental aspects of our…

Kaczynski on AI

Ted Kaczynski was a guy who was ahead of his time. You gotta hand it to him, the guy was no hypocrite. Here we are, all whining about climate change and plastic in the ocean, meanwhile this guy was out there living in a cabin in the woods. Not a cabin like you see in…

Reluctant Technosaur

There’s an old saying, “You can’t teach an old dog new tricks.” Now, I don’t know about dogs, but when it comes to us humans, especially us older folks, it seems we’re not too keen on learning new tricks either, especially when those tricks involve fancy gadgets and interwebs. Picture this: You’ve spent half a…

Tech Magnates Are Grubs

Big Tech magnates are creeps with empty souls lurching for the abyss. They are grubs and vermin wrecking humanity from within because of their tortured psychological disposition. They are equal parts: It is fitting that what they build reveals the essence of the crooked soul that conceived them. Our smart phones are hopelessly stupid and…

Technologically Facilitated National Divorce

Decades ago, Michael Jordan was not interested in ideology when selling shoes, declining an expected political endorsement by saying “Republicans buy shoes, too.” This was just pragmatic mercantilism, not laudatory upholding of civilization that tolerates public discussion of diverse ideas. The situation today is that popular voices offering alternatives to mainstream storytelling are subject to…