‘Now They Can Hack into Your Brain?’ (2016)

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You just know this invention has a brilliant future!

Now They Can Hack into Your Brain?

You put the little cap on, see–the one with the electrodes in it–and they can extract all kinds of information out of your mind. And maybe, someday, they’ll be able to put things in! Now they can take things out; tomorrow they can put things in.

We need rescuing from sin and folly. Satan plays the tune on his hornpipe, and we’re dancing off the cliff.

‘First the UK, Next, Here: All Speech is Hate Speech, Except for Lib Speech’ (2016)

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You always have the freedom to agree with liberals!

I wonder if they ever got around to defining precisely what kind of speech they’re going to “criminalise.” Then again, why bother? Any speech that libs don’t like.

First the UK, Next, Here: All Speech is Hate Speech, Except for Lib Speech

All over the world, governments are hunting down freedom and trying to push it into extinction. Free speech is the law of the land in America: but just see how long it survives if we ever get another Democrat president and senate. Heck, they’ve already killed it on our college campuses.

Now They Can Hack into Your Brain?

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Well, according to this news report ( http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-3722558/Hackers-inside-BRAIN-Experts-warn-growing-threat-monitoring-controlling-neural-signals.html ), it’s true: hackers can get inside your head and get at all kinds of stuff that you would rather keep secret, from your PIN number to your sexual temptations.

The catch is, in order for them to hack your brain, you have to help them out by putting on some kind of “wearable,” or a cap with electrodes. You can get one of these–it’s used by video gamers who are too lazy to manipulate a mouse or a joystick–for just $300: “to control games.”

But the real game is on you, kimosabe, and you’re the pawn.

In the meantime, “ye shall be as gods,” just like the Serpent in the Garden promised.

Well… some more than others. It depends on who’s at what end of the electrodes.