Recently the staff at Liberty Park Press surveyed colleagues and family members in regards to the close and personal uncomfortable fascination with F***book and the unhealthy display of codependent symptoms making a clean break-up to the troubling relationship nearly impossible. The results were both enthralling and bizarre, and representative of a deep-set bond based off raw emotions and an addiction to self-validation, a noxious bi-product of the digital. Armed with knowledge of the Cambridge Analytica scandal, and of the reality that the social media empire forwards a leftist political agenda, the participants of the casual study chose to remain as account holders, even when offered the opportunity to join a platform more conductive to personal values and viewpoints and data security.
The inexplicably tedious social disorder and a clear example of Einstein’s insanity law unfortunately extends to the territory of government and the prevalence of digital voting options, despite the controversy and disruptive forces facilitated by rogue elements in the wake of the 2016 presidential election alleged bot scandal and the prevalent infiltration of automated software routines posing as human beings throughout electronic communities. While the majority of the bots were confined to the F***book and Twitter platforms, European governments are taking things to the next level and offering citizens the option of filing online petitions that hold legitimate weight in manifesting policy. And the hacking community waits with heightened anticipation to do their worst in an encore performance reaching epic levels of collusion.
The latest and greatest instance of this frightening trend evolving in the digital age, surrounds a UK petition focused on blocking the nation’s exit from the European Union, reports the BBC, a campaign that has allegedly garnered over 3 million electronic signatures. However, reasonable folks and skeptics alike are not buying the legitimacy of the figures, and of course Russian efforts have been carelessly thrown around in skewing the numbers, as well as the presence of the North Koreans and pro-Palestinian organizations. It is not a complex murder mystery plot, but who or what stands to benefit from the UK remaining in the EU. The situation surrounding the online petitions is worth mentioning, because specific electronic signature thresholds guarantee government interaction.
In a world that has gone boisterously mad in a love affair with anything shiny and compact enough to fit the screen of a device, all bets are off in the mothballing of trusted mechanical and traditional infrastructure, which does not offer countless remote back doors as possible breaches to inadequate security protocol, and actually puts an individual at risk for jail time, bodily harm, or worse. “But is says it in the app so it must be true,” the final last words describing a cruel where the average IQ score plummets and automated processes replace organic competency.
Coincidentally, the monumental bias marinating within Silicon Valley and spilling over to the largely deregulated online space, acts only to enhance the nefarious efforts of globalists and societal engineers in an aggressive attempt to eliminate the free market and dictate policy, and all from behind the proverbial keyboard. It’s just becoming that easy. And personal data stolen and mined in the wake of putrid security protocol instigated by the social networks provides the criminal element with easy access.
The biting irony is that the age of innovation, which on many levels has forever improved life, also detracts from ingenuitive gains, as lightning quick development coupled with instant gratification, leads to advances that are not properly tested or calibrated and leaving a potentially dire situation. In the case of the online petitions, crowd funding, and cryptocurrency cyber wallets, fraud is inherent and it is not a question about if, but when?
The caveat to this disturbing narrative is within the volatile and unbalanced access to the internet rate, where 10% of UK adults are unable to get online (20% of US residents experience a digital void), the current infrastructure immediately eliminates nearly 6 million individuals from participating in online petitions. While not a staggering number, the oversight is just another indication that developers have to do a better job in preparing software products for the public as things are just happening too fast.
Read the BBC story here.