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.
“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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