Comment: We don't even realize the depth of surveillance we're under

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We don't even realize the depth of surveillance we're under

Best advice I have is to not put things "out there" that "they" can use against you. Talk about peaceful solutions to our problems, share inspiring news/articles for positive change rather than anarchistic views. You cannot fight fire with fire. Be a positive influence by putting out positive information. Yeah so they know more about us than our loved ones do. Amazon knows better what kind of books I'd like than my wife does. This is our reality and it's been so for longer than we know. But do we cower in fear and go "off the grid"? As if they can't find you anywhere. The question is, are you giving them reasons too?

Besides, look at the way people have used technology to advance revolutionary movements all over the world! We can outsmart them because this tech is a part of our lives and a means of instant connection with one another. The internet was a military tool, but then "they" got greedy and turned it into a consumer product, unwittingly giving humanity a tool for global consciousness and connectedness.

The problem, again, is with the people behind the scenes. They're too old to understand what this all means. They refer to the internet as if it's the National Enquirer full of conspiracy theories and such with the classic comment, "You can't believe everything you read on the internet". Turns out that's our ONLY source of REAL INFORMATION since the MSM has done a wonderful job of showing its true face. Again, thanks to the technology we now have a rise in citizen media.

"We are not human beings having a spiritual experience; we are spiritual beings having a human experience"—Pierre Teilhard de Chardin