Sik Brein

“Shortly, the public will be unable to reason or think for themselves. They’ll only be able to parrot the information they’ve been given on the previous night’s news.”
– Z. Brzezinski

To accurately predict the future might often contain a fair share of programming, and in that respect, Zbigniew Brzezinski fit the role incredibly well. I’m not sure if his contributions are not more wishful thinking than legitimate reasons to believe in the omnipotence of the state any more today than yesterday. Maybe Zbigniew is more depicting a technological version of the 18th century Panopticon penitentiary theory where there is no longer any need for physical watchtowers or living prison wards and where virtual information is enough to keep us in fear. The difference is noteworthy of course, Continue reading Sik Brein