Freedom, Capitalism and Robot Ownership
The expansion of simulated human culture, which ironically functions and exists in the real world, started with the industrial revolution. It was during this era that man began to shift responsibilities onto inanimate and non-conscious objects and machines which lessened the workload of his accountabilities.
Though small at first, the evolution of industrialism and technological conveniences brought with it a sort of unnatural and simulated interaction with the physical world. This interaction was based on a third dynamic which was inserted in between man and the natural world. Washing machines, trains, ovens, dishwashers, hydraulic systems, power systems, electricity, telecommunication, computers, and even cameras, all contributed to man using less of the organic and physical capabilities provided to him. From strong hands to brain memory, nothing was left untouched. All human functions began to rely on the artificial and simulated characteristics of machines.
The expansion of capitalism rode on the back of the industrial revolution and experienced its best periods as industrialism took hold and job growth was rampant. Reliance on machines and technology did not just make each individual human life better but it also made the life of corporations better as improved efficiencies and productivity were sought.
The inevitable loss of jobs for the average man which took place was offset by new jobs which required additional skills and improved cognitive abilities. This created new avenues of human opportunity through the use of trade schools and the expansion of educational curriculums to include specific cultural and socioeconomic considerations.
It was this very transformation of mind and cognitive semi-rationalization which man utilized to expand thought-forms and manufacture a simulated world around him. Something needed to happen with all the extra time the human brain now had. The rise of the liberal-left mindset could have very well been a product of this “available” brain activity as it acted on the deficiencies which were epidemic in the young ideals of capitalism.
The trade unions and political movements which emerged to protect the rights of the workers provided the base structure of the future liberal order. This order would eventually corrupt the original ideals of capitalism and use that system of socioeconomics to strengthen and spread the leftist mandates of socialism.
Keep in mind that these are the broad strokes and each area mentioned in the article is a full on research discussion in itself. What is important to focus on is that the expansion of worldwide socialism is in fact the liberal-left objective, and the advanced technology which we have at our fingertips today is meant to serve as the Trojan horse for that socialism.
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