Socialt isolerede mennesker er magtelitens yndlingsideal
Fysisk socialt isolerede mennesker er WEF's & magtelitens transhumanistiske yndlingsideal. Kun digitale FB-venner, meget lidt kontakt med næsten ingen fysiske venner, kun digital kommunikation, programmering til social fobi som norm (startede primært 2008 med Smartphones ), afstandtagen til andre mennesker og frygt for fysisk nærhed (globalt siden 2020)
‘Vi bliver bogstaveligt talt en del af et netværk. Alle kroppe, alle hjerner ville være forbundet til et netværk, og du vil ikke være i stand til at overleve, hvis du bliver afbrudt fra nettet, fordi dine egne kropsdele, dit eget immunsystem, måske afhænger af konstant at være forbundet til kolonien, til netværket’ [hvor individer er fysisk isolerede fra hinanden, men ingen individualitet er tilbage]
– Yuval Noah Harari (kilde), World Economic Forum’s toprådgiver, ofte betegnet som ‘profeten’. Harari er fejret af bl.a. Barack Obama, Bill Gates og Mark Zuckerberg samt alle mainstream medier og topuniversiteter.
‘Jeg har derfor undersøgt noget af sagen selv og er indtil videre kommet frem til, at termen The Great Reset bestemt ikke er nogen “konspirationsteori”, men at den derimod er forbundet med den såkaldte transhumanistiske ideologi, som har vundet stærkt fodfæste i dansk politik på forskellige måder‘ [og hvordan skete det lige uden at nogen opdagede det?]
– AU Lektor Thomas Aastrup Rømer
 Post fra 2018:
Have Smartphones Destroyed a Generation? Rewiring of the Human Brain for Billions
"In all my analyses of generational data—some reaching back to the 1930s—I had never seen anything like it.... I’ve been researching generational differences for 25 years....It’s not an exaggeration to describe iGen as being on the brink of the worst mental-health crisis in decades.
Much of this deterioration can be traced to their PHONES
* “We didn’t have a choice to know any life without iPads or iPhones. I think we like our phones more than we like actual people.”
* The changes weren’t just in degree, but in KIND. The biggest difference between the Millennials and their predecessors was in how they viewed the world; teens today differ from the Millennials not just in their views but in how they spend their time.
The experiences they have every day are radically different from those of the generation that came of age just a few years before them.
* The arrival of the smartphone has radically changed every aspect of teenagers’ lives, from the nature of their social interactions to their mental health.
* The trends appear among teens poor and rich; of every ethnic background; in cities, suburbs, and small towns. Where there are cell towers, there are teens living their lives on their smartphone....More comfortable in their bedrooms than in a car or at a party, today’s teens are physically safer than teens have ever been [groomed for the future to live in an isolated virtual reality transhumanistic chamber (?) - if they spend more time looking at the virtual world the sense experience of reality is more and more excluding the real world, brain development, lack of social interaction, etc.]
* Today’s teens are also less likely to date. The initial stage of courtship, which Gen Xers called “liking” (as in “Ooh, he likes you!”), kids now call “talking”—an ironic choice for a generation that prefers texting to actual conversation. After two teens have “talked” for a while, they might start dating. But only about 56 percent of high-school seniors in 2015 went out on dates; for Boomers and Gen Xers, the number was about 85 percent.
* 18-year-olds now act more like 15-year-olds used to, and 15-year-olds more like 13-year-olds
* Teens who spend more time than average on screen activities are more likely to be unhappy, and those who spend more time than average on nonscreen activities are more likely to be happy.There’s not a single exception.
* Eighth-graders who are heavy users of social media increase their risk of depression by 27 percent, while those who play sports, go to religious services, or even do homework more than the average teen cut their risk significantly.
* Teens who spend three hours a day or more on electronic devices are 35 percent more likely to have a risk factor for suicide, such as making a suicide plan.
* What’s at stake isn’t just how kids experience adolescence. The constant presence of smartphones is likely to affect them well into adulthood. Among people who suffer an episode of depression, at least half become depressed again later in life. Adolescence is a key time for developing social skills; as teens spend less time with their friends face-to-face, they have fewer opportunities to practice them. In the next decade, we may see more adults who know just the right emoji for a situation, but not the right facial expression.' [the handicap seen with fx. botox a la lack of facial/kinestetic/social intelligence, etc.]
- ‘Have Smartphones Destroyed a Generation?’, The Atlantic, September 2017 https://www.theatlantic.com/magazine/archive/2017/09/has-the-smartphone-destroyed-a-generation/534198/
The generational rewiring of the human neurology, childrens ' brains and personality, the erosion of mental faculties AS WE KNOW IT and happening now ON A COLLECTIVE LEVEL......and the ubiquitous nature of it is a handicap... cause nobody seems to notice the radicality of it all, nobody seems to care.... ON TOP OF THAT - and the article above is NOT dealing with the following aspect at all, just as insane - ‘Wi-Fi and cell phones are inflicting constant harm on humans, animals, and nature. Their testimonies are not the only evidence that non-ionising radiation may not be as harmless as we have been led to believe. Scientific studies that have been conducted on plants, insects, and mice suggest these electromagnetic waves may be damaging living organisms. Scientists from around the world have appealed to the UN, warning of the negative, long-term effects that electromagnetic fields could be having on animal and plant life.’ [NOT only ‘electrosensitive people’, but subclinical symptoms for most people]