A.I. AND THE POST SCARCITY TECHNOCRACY W/ CYRUS A. PARSA

(Ground Zero Media) From 2016 through 2018, advancements in robotics and Artificial Intelligence have crept into everyday routines. From flying autonomous drones delivering our packages and robot vacuums gliding around our homes, we have been shown how convenient having a rudimentary robot can be.

Telemarketing has now advanced to robo-calling.

A recent study shows that the number of robot calls has been rising across the country at an alarmingly rapid pace. People in the U.S. receive an average of just 19 robot calls every month.

Robot receptionists are usually gatekeepers when trying to contact a business, and robots now take orders for your pharmaceuticals, while other robots are being used for security in some shopping malls.

Many people have opted to purchase A.I. assistants like Alexa. You can even make Alexa sound like whomever you please.

If you want “Alexa” to obey your every command with an Australian accent, she can do that. If you prefer British, she can do that too. And not only do our phones guide us through unfamiliar cities or call our mothers via voice command— it is interesting to note that even Siri can actually make your funeral arrangements or give recommendations on where to bury a dead body.

It is odd and there is a novelty to it but now with COVID-19 as a fact of life, antihumanist and transhumanist technocrats want to use it as an excuse to push their agendas.

We observed that the technocrat agenda is to create artificial scarcity in order to create a solution to resolve it. The answer to them is all in the application of life sciences, eugenics, anti-humanism, transhumanism and a technological based society.

These ideas have been pushed for decades and many times they have failed as people realize that they bring with them the pitfalls of tyranny and dystopia.

COVID-19, and the steps taken to contain it, have wreaked havoc with economies around the world. National security exchanges have given us the idea that COVID-19 was the result of a lab experiment gone bad, others wish to continue the argument that it came from a wet market in Wuhan, China and technocrats are now arguing over whether or not we can blame it on our excessive and wasteful existence.

It is the argument that overpopulation and excess use of resources is what triggered the pandemic. The technocrats argue that COVID-19 was inevitable because of our wasting and consumption which leads to arguments about from their continued insistence about an ecological crisis that humans have created from carbon emissions to dumping plastic in the oceans, to the disproportionate wealth gap being created by modern U.S. style democratic capitalism—the agenda is obvious and the solution is artificial scarcity in order to create a technocracy with a post scarcity economy based on new and innovative technology, like Artificial Intelligence and the Internet of Things.

The health crisis is ravaging the economy by shutting down businesses of all shapes and sizes, leaving business owners without income and large swathes of the population unemployed.

We are also seeing the collapse of food webs beginning with animal proteins being replaced with lab grown vegetable protein meats and crop yields being reduced due to pestilence and bankrupt farms.

U.S. unemployment claims hitting a new record of over six million last week taking the total to 10 million new claims in two weeks. For many citizens the only option is awaiting financial support from the government or the benevolence of family and hoping that next month, maybe things will return to normal.

Normal is being replaced with what is being called the new normal, which includes the inclusion of an electronic surveillance apparatus that will trace and track those who are suspected of harboring illness and many Governors are standing by the idea that eventually they will have to make mandatory a biometric Identification that when applied will inject an invisible dye that will track those with antibodies or will identify those who have been vaccinated.

To survive through the pandemic, we are being forced into new ways of living: working and schooling, collaborating and connecting, and trying to be productive remotely using digital tools and the network to tele-commute, have business meetings online and using our smart phones to order delivery from restaurants and stores.

This is the new conditioning process for the post scarcity world – a world where after major hardship and calamity – a new technocracy emerges and reveals technology traps that can be used to eliminate want or neediness or even the need to work for money.

Karl Marx spoke of post scarcity scenarios where capitalism would be forced to collapse under the weight of scarcity.

Marx argued that capitalism, the dynamic of economic growth based on capital accumulation, depends on exploiting the surplus labor of workers but a post-capitalist society would allow for:

The free development of individualities, and hence not the reduction of necessary labor time so as to posit surplus labor but rather the general reduction of the necessary labor of society to a minimum, which then corresponds to the artistic, scientific etc. development of the individuals in the time set free, and with the means created, for all of them.

Post scarcity promotes technical achievement, leaving it up to the technocrats that promise us a world without want through their view of science.

Most post scarcity civilizations exist only in the world of science fiction where people no longer produce or labor for money but for the betterment of mankind through the use of advanced technology.

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