Category Archives: behavioral manipulation

the Mindfuck book is out!

Really “must read” book from Christopher Wylie, one of the witnesses of the crime of the century: the one that not only fucked us but destroyed DEMOCRACY in the process, on behalf of the power hungry companies, advertising media and … Continue reading

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Log of The Rightwing Power Grab of Society

If we want to defend ‘Liberal DEMOCRACY’ or what is left of it from the recent attacks, we should first identify who are its enemies and log what they did ~ Jaap van Till, TheConnectivist =================================== Log========================== * Version: 3.5  … Continue reading

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Can We Save Democracy from Digital Fascism?

As i wrote before on Twitter and elsewhere, mass surveillance (NL: sleepwet) is just the first step in a power process. Next steps: ===> mass individual profiling (with techniques from advertising ===> isolation into bubbles by confirming views and prejudices … Continue reading

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