Sharlenemusic Happy Holidays! Blessings to all in the New Year! From Aaron and Melissa Dykes on Patreon….. At the present, we are almost finished with our first full-length feature documentary – announcements and trailers forthcoming – and additionally, we are expanding our YouTube channel and boosting original content on TruthstreamMedia.
Countless hours over the past two years filming on the road, in the library archives, at the editing station and trying to ask the right questions about what’s really going on here has brought us to a point where we have an overwhelming amount of material, but we need your help in just making the time to release it all…
…We’ve got a whole research series in the can as well, it’s just that between day jobs and everything else (including YouTube’s lovely censorship of political commentary), we haven’t had the ability to get to it. We want to give it our all, and you can help us get there, with more films and projects on the way….They’re Spending Billions to Chip Our Brains, video. Are you concerned? Check out the Colorado International Activism Film Festival (CIAFF), also, learn more about the film festivals, Infinite Perimeter Films.
Speaking of brain chips, check out this review, Black Mirror Season 4 Episode 3, Crocodile, Den of Geek. “Crocodile has all the hallmarks of a Black Mirror classic: a devastating opening, breathtaking backdrop (Iceland) and a strong female lead in Andrea Riseborough…” read more, The Independent….more about the latest Black Mirror, Season 4.
Black Mirror episode, Crocodile, Breakdown & Easter eggs by Gamespot Universe, video. ….is the third episode of the fourth series of anthology series Black Mirror. It was written by Charlie Brooker and directed by John Hillcoat. The episode first aired on Netflix, along with the rest of series four, on 29 December 2017. Read more.
Thank you all so much from the bottom of our hearts for those who have already offered us support – no matter what kind. Your generosity allows us to pay bills, secure proper equipment, up our content production, and attempt to change the world for the better through media….read more and provide your support at Patreon.
By the way check out John Taylor Gatto. A former New York teacher of the year, Gatto is probably the most interesting writer/speaker on education today. He shows that our bureaucratic schools and our bureaucratic society just get in the way of learning. He often contrasts modern America with 19th century America, where family, work, and democratic self-government let people educate themselves. His knowledge of the key players in the history of education is unparalleled….video. The Purpose of Schooling, video, his site. Also, Allan Watt is one of the most prolific researchers and educators on the subject of global governance, Geo-politics and the unfolding new world order, watch the video.
Also, from Truthstream Media…..They knew, but they did nothing to stop it. The technocrats and robber barons have been steering the ship for some time now. Now the problems – of too few jobs, and of fewer people necessary to engage in solving the problems of society, and the existential crisis of uncertainty about the purpose of those individuals who make up society – have become ranking challenges of our time….
…What happens when the jobs are gone? What will people do, and how will they afford to live? The technology of the day has caught up to us sooner than anybody realized, and now robots and automation is destroying hundreds of millions of human jobs across the globe. This article continues….read the entire article.
Read The Mark of the Beast and Soul Catching, here.
Also, read more at Truthstream Media: More of us would know this, if we look up, and look around. The screens are everywhere, pervasive: fingers that are glued to the screen which are glued to the eyes which are glued to the screen. We use them for work, play. But it’s much more than that. The screens use us, too….
How did we get here? And where’s this journey leading us? What does that even look like? And is it what we want? Is this culture’s technology changing us and our societies for the better? Does it empower all of us—like it claims to—or does it only empower a select few at the expense of the many? What’s the price we pay to live in this pervasive electronic world?
This era is unprecedented, and perhaps never before has technology been so prolific and shaped our lives so intimately. But there’s a dark side we don’t talk about. Why is that? Is it because we’re too busy being glued to the screen? Why do we shy away from questions about our collective addiction? What’s lurking under the surface? Could it be that with this era, the stakes have also never been so high that we’ve got it all wrong? Read the entire article.
….We’re told the future doesn’t need us. With the rise of technology, humans will have to be very clever – and very careful – not to be left behind, because human labor is rapidly losing its value. Is this the real motivation behind a secretive effort to reduce population and centralize control? Maybe the biggest threat we face isn’t just automation, but the risk that humans are becoming obsolete….Obsolete (2016) on Amazon.
GodRules YouTube Channel wants to know: Will We Actually Live Through An Idiotocalypse? Watch his video.