With the context and concept of the micron deserting the public schools in the egregiously despicable fashion of Bowe Bergdahl, who earned a White House rose garden ceremony and condemnation from the indelible Susan Rice after his arrest, reality is warped by hysteria. While the mask is the icon of the pandemic, the politicization of donning a superficial face covering is indicative of defiance and politicized willingness to forward scientific mistruths for nefarious ulterior motives. Extremist political ideologies and governments remain the chief offenders of fear mongering for selfish gains, however, the tech industry is also a guilty accessory in pushing the connotations of face covering mandates as a boost for sales.
For the second year in a row, the prodigious firms of the tech world are pulling out of the world’s largest electronic expo, the CES, that annually launches the latest and greatest innovations of an ecosystem teeming in magnitudes of hypocrisy paralleling the trillions in revenue generated by America’s gadget fetish. Indirectly citing the ineffective combination of masks and vaccine in combating a virus that immunologists are still learning about, the formidable middle lineup of implacable corporate beasts fired the latest shots for societal engineering in attempting to influence the behavior of consumers through sanctimonious brainwashing. Microsoft, Metaverse (F***book), Twitter, and Google, will once again encourage individuals to isolate in fear in their homes, which only prompts an exponential increase in device usage, as humans stumble and bumble to interact in some means, as hysteria is cascading down from the Silicon Valley leadership.
Fortunately, the CES is a full go with the global forum which begins on January 5th and will be the first live event of its kind in Las Vegas since the beginning of Covid-19. There is no word yet whether Dr. Fauci will give a TED talk on the metaphorical prevention of software viruses through the application of fluidic bureaucratic-laden government recommendations, but one can only hope that the insufferably incredulous self-proclaimed “medical expert” is donning a mask while lecturing vehemently while grasping a syringe.
While big tech is unrelenting and remorseless in forwarding an agenda that is conducive to the overriding ideological preferences of the nerd lobby militarized by latent tendencies stemming from years of hazing and emotional abuse, the mass exodus of Fortune 500 companies only reinforces fear surrounding the pandemic on a societal level. The question is simple, who benefits from a perpetual layer of emotional distress, which continually recalibrates normalcy to the point where an average day consists of controlled chaos regularly peaking at volatile extremes? As the answer is ceaselessly complex in avoiding to launch a conspiracy theory, or indicting an entire industry through a controversial accusation, a sensible perspective is that the tech hierarchy should be held accountable, especially when facilitating the sordid tactic of actions speaking louder than propaganda.
For the remaining vendors displaying the latest and greatest innovations at trade show, the ungracious truancy of the publicly traded private entities is both a blessing and a curse. While smaller firms will not be obscured by the dark corporation cloud, the trending factor generated by the millions that the digital elite spend towards advertising dollars off-platform will definitely detract from a marketing standpoint, as well as the shear force of company representatives on location in Vegas building a pixelated riveting electronic atmosphere up and down the entire expanse of the strip.
Outside the jaded confines of the compilated mask spurred by Zuckerberg and fellow tycoons, the CES is requiring proof of vaccination, and attendance numbers are estimated to be fraction of the pre-pandemic levels which reached an apex of 180,00 in January 2020, as unbeknownst to world, the initial strain of the virus would forever change things, and offer industry leaders and politicians a valuable tool of suppression. The complete antithesis of event organizers embracing conformity and groupthink over the the Laissez-Faire intoxicating ambience of the Strip and the compromised decision tree of the individual is just another added layer to an already convoluted forced labor camp mentality built around the stringent terms and conditions of gaining entry to a venue on US soil.
With the critical midterms a mere 10 months away from ramping up to a frenzy in possibly flipping the House and the Senate and relegating Biden towards a double lame duck status with his handlers plausibly feeling the procedural burn, the wavering start to 2022 of techies puffing out their digital chests in their incessant reverence of “Karen”, not even Elon Musk can salvage the PR nightmare of Silicon Valley, and that is really saying something.
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