ZERO ANTHROPOLOGY

The album’s first track begins with a voice bearing clear pronunciation, tonal and inflectional marks of my stereotypic twenty-something, northern USan, college-educated, working class, urban, black male.

“Hello?
“Hello?
“Can you hear me?  Is anybody in there?
“I have no way of knowing if you can hear me.”

Doonesburyby Garry Trudeau

Albert Einstein: “I fear the day that technology will surpass our human interaction. The world will have a generation of IDIOTS.” [Compassion, Albert; Compassion!]

This is a continuation of my concern with the Empire’s tightening of the fostered illusions of “democracy” in essentially a military/police-state environment that I discussed inHerding Humans. In fact, the weaving of these delusions by the US/NATO bloc has been a fundamental interest in all of my posts on Zero Anthropology.

This article is about the extension of the increasingalienationof the individual both from pride in his/her own work products…

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About rolandrjs

Progressive Political Activist, Attorney. Musician, Curious mind, Philosophy, Literature, Art, Nature, Wilderness, Wonder.
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