|Posted by Conspiracy Cafe on October 3, 2021 at 10:20 AM|
You can see how easy it is to create a hyperreality
"Baudrillard‘s concept of hyperreality is closely linked to his idea of Simulacrum, which he defines as something which replaces reality with its representations. Baudrillard observes that the contemporary world is a simulacrum, where reality has been replaced by false images, to such an extent that one cannot distinguish between the real and the unreal. In this context, he made the controversial statement, “The Gulf war did not take place”, pointing out that the ‘reality’ of the Gulf War was presented to the world in terms of representations by the media."
"The whole world is a stage, and all the men and women merely actors. They have their exits and their entrances, and in his lifetime a man will play many parts, his life separated into seven acts. In the first act he is an infant, whimpering and puking in his nurse’s arms. Then he’s the whining schoolboy, with a book bag and a bright, young face, creeping like a snail unwillingly to school. Then he becomes a lover, huffing and puffing like a furnace as he writes sad poems about his mistress’s eyebrows. In the fourth act, he’s a soldier, full of foreign curses, with a beard like a panther, eager to defend his honor and quick to fight."
As You Like It Act 2 Scene 7
We see the concept is as old as the hills. Plato spoke of it too with his allegory of the cave. Our reality is the images reflected on the cave wall by the light of our fire. Perhaps he was even implying the future telescreen of Orwell. It is only when we extricate ourselves from the cave that we come to terms with the fact that reality is truly something completely different than the images placed in our mind. It behooves us to consider the fact that there may exist other possibilities.
“The first revolution is when you change your mind about how you look at things, and see there might be another way to look at it that you have not been shown.
What you see later on is the results of that, but that revolution, that change that takes place will not be televised.”
the first revolution is when we choose to stop believing the crap the first revolution is when we choose to stop repeating the lies the first revolution is when we stop waiting for “them” to act and realise its we who must act. the first revolution is when we begin to set ourselves free from bullshit… then, when we do act, that’s something worth being televised.
The case against this being creepy Joe is that he controls himself. Perhaps for the first time he doesn't reach out and grab a woman. She is a little old for Joe, but he has never been able to control his groping.
I take it as a given everything the state says is a lie. It saves a lot of time. The complexity of the lie is euphamistically called the spin machine. It has one setting to note the new normal. The spin and the rinse are just tactics to wear you down until you get there.
Emancipate yourselves from mental slavery. Every actor plays his part.
Categories: New World Order