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Hellbound

The Lawnmower Man (1992), in which “A simple man is turned into a genius through the application of computer science.”

The Lawnmower Man (1992), in which “A simple man is turned into a genius through the application of computer science.”

The internet, when it burst upon the public consciousness in the 1990s, offered the world at the fingertips of people across the civilized world. It promised to make every man the master of his diet of information, democratizing the instant dissemination of news and views for all. The web was a virtual university, public forum, and intelligence hive. In the post-9/11 years, YouTube emerged as a wildly popular collectivization of television, with programming of content open to all. Here the viewer could find everything from old episodes of The Morton Downey Jr. Show and breaking news to teenagers offering makeup tips. No longer do audiences have to wait for McLaughlin Group or Firing Line to hear the day’s issues being discussed. Furthermore, nothing is off the table – no matter how unorthodox. Anybody with an opinion can broadcast it via his very own YouTube network.

Has twenty-first century western man, after all of this innovation and cyber-liberation, been elevated from some ignoramus “into a genius through the application of computer science”, as IMDb puts it in its synopsis for the 1992 horror movie The Lawnmower Man, and is the typical YouTubular information surfer more knowledgeable than the totality of his information-deprived forebears at any point in humanity’s history – or has he simply become a nihilistic introvert and a solipsistic freakazoid? Is he more or less in control of his world? More or less likely to get up and act when the world around him has gone awry? Do YouTubers even live in the world, or have they completely withdrawn elsewhere? What is this place they all inhabit, and who or what have they all become? Does Hell occupy a metaphysical chunk of real estate or the core of the earth, or is it something closer at hand and more mundane – a crowded, smelly corner of cyberspace, perhaps?

“A long time ago, I was working on a field in New Jersey, And my manager who kindly lets me use the computer for internet access told me about a website which he warned is dangerous and it could send me to hell. I didn’t quite believe him.” – J.T.

“Hell is empty and all the devils are here.” – William Shakespeare

“If you are going through hell, keep going.” – Winston Churchill

“I believe I am in Hell, therefore I am.” – Arthur Rimbaud

“We are each our own devil, and we make this world our hell.” – Oscar Wilde

“Hell is truth known too late.” – J.C. Ryle

“The mind is a universe and can make a heaven of hell, a hell of heaven.” – John Milton

“Maybe this world is another planet’s hell.” – Aldous Huxley

“Hell is – other people!” – Jean-Paul Sartre

“Everyone who has ever built anywhere a new heaven first found the power thereto in his own hell.” – Friedrich Nietzsche

“YouTube is a gateway to Hell.” – Rainer Chlodwig von Cuck

(Hat tip, Mr. Weedwacker)

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20 comments on “Hellbound

  1. icareviews
    February 16, 2015

    Reblogged this on icareviews and commented:

    A conceptual essay in the form of a selection of shitty YouTube videos.

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  2. thordaddy
    February 16, 2015

    The primary purpose of the Internet is information overload leading to psychological paralysis then provoking impulse action. So the masses are fed an abundant smorgasbord of information to which the discerning of reality becomes ever more difficult thereby eliciting impulsive action. This desire to create impulsive action in the masses is the manner in which the “elite” sells self-annihilation (having their enemies killed without getting their hands bloody) and realizes “default elite” status.

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    • icareviews
      February 16, 2015

      “The primary purpose of the Internet is information overload leading to psychological paralysis then provoking impulse action.”

      Yes, dilute the information with cheaply commissioned disinfo. Saturate the resistant but inarticulate reaches of the web with the likes of Alex Jones, Gordon Duff, Jesse Ventura, Mark Dice, and David Icke. CIA, Mossad, Sunstein, and company’s manipulation and hijack of the American mind – their cognitive infiltration – is arguably the greatest propaganda coup in the annals of warfare. So many people have been confused, redirected, and demoralized that they don’t even have to worry about movements of physical resistance or tax rebellion. The people with some idea of what’s happening lose hope and start to get desperate; but lone wolf terror only furthers their plans and turns your cause into a self-defeating freak show.

      More level-headed types just content themselves by watching YouTube videos. They think by hitting the “like” button on a StormCloudsGathering video or a Stefan Molyneux rant, that they’re somehow contributing to the resistance and doing all they need to do. No need to get up and put down the bag of potato chips.

      Meanwhile, they’ve got the average Joe rolling his eyes at the mere mention of government conspiracies. We probably all know that stinking liberal or braindead conservative talk radio fan who smugly smirks whenever you mention demographic displacement or banksterism. It’s easier for them to just tune you out and resume streaming their favorite series on Netflix than actually consider the points you’ve made.

      Worse in my view than the glut of information is the overdose of entertainment. Following the news or attempting to understand what’s happening in the world can be so complex and so depressing that the temptation is just to opt out and hole up in a man cave, consoling yourself with porn or nostalgia or action movies that make you feel like a macho man and don’t require the personal risk that activism would require.

      As far as the impulse control destruction that the web encourages, I think that’s mainly about making money. Visit almost any site on the web and you get those flashing ads in the margins that have been generated by the tracking of your online activity. Rather than being disturbed at all that you’re being tracked, you’re instead tempted by the shiny stuff you can have delivered to your house just by clicking your mouse and charging one of your credit cards that isn’t maxed out yet.

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      • Hipster Racist
        February 17, 2015

        Speaking of Gordon Duff … I suspect that Veterans Today/Veterans News Now is, in fact, Cass Sunstein’s “cognitive infiltration” plan in action. VT/VNN essentially pushes Obama administration foreign policy. They recycle the worst, least credible 9/11 conspiracy theories (like Judith Wood’s “energy beams” nonsense) and attack the actual truth movement (AE911Truth.)

        I notice that Dr. Judith Woods was never fired from Clemson University for her so-called “truth” activism. But Dr. Steven Jones was promptly fired for his.

        Gordon Duff has a specific tactic that is easy to spot. He takes an actual story, adds a little bit of bullshit – then follows it up with a major amount of bullshit. He took an actual story about Special Ops patches from the Washington Post, then added in all sorts of nonsense about UFOs.

        He took an actual story – a mini-earthquake outside of DC a few weeks before the 10th Anniversary, possibly caused by fracking, and turned it into this hilarious story where Obama’s Good Guys were nuking Bush’s Secret Army in their underground bases, just before Obama was going to arrest the insiders that did 9/11.

        VT/VNN is actually really good disinfo, they are professionals. They did manage to get a few real people to publish there at first (Sibel Edmonds) but eventually all the real people wised up and left.

        This is exactly the same tactic they used to attempt to discredit Scholars for 9/11 Truth. It started off with some credible people, but James Fetzer was their “inside guy” who kept promoting bullshit like Judith Woods and other nonsense. Eventually, the original people quit and started another group with tighter controls.

        Remember the Common Dreams article I posted, about the Jewish Zionist that posed as a “Nazi” online in an attempt to discredit any opposition to Israel’ls genocide of the Palestinians.

        Interestingly too, part of the Snowden leaks revealed that the NSA hires trolls to post online attacking people who say bad things about NSA. They listed the tactics – use insults, pick fights, bring up irrelevant things, pose as different people, etc. Since it’s the NSA we’re talking about here, they have access to people’s private stuff, so posting your girlfriend’s sex tapes and the like is another of their threat tactics.

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  3. weeedwacker
    February 16, 2015

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  4. weeedwacker
    February 16, 2015

    It’s not hell, just a wasteland.

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    • icareviews
      February 16, 2015

      This was a more personally relevant post than most of the things I publish here. Sometimes I think Hell is the realization on a Sunday afternoon that you’ve just spent three or four hours watching useless conspiracy videos on YouTube.

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      • weeedwacker
        February 16, 2015

        OK. For me hell is realizing your’e going to die and there’s nothing you can do about it, and if you are lucky it will be unexpected.
        A close second would be realizing I have a drawer full of single socks that have no mates. I think the devil is stealing them or something.

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      • icareviews
        February 16, 2015

        Same thing. The realization of wasted time is the agonizing consciousness of mortality. A person dies a little with every crummy viral video watched.

        [Edit: yes, Weedwacker, I meant “mortality” instead of “morality”.]

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      • weeedwacker
        February 17, 2015

        I’m sure you meant morTality.
        Unless I’m in a masochistic mood, if the video doesn’t capture my interest in the first 30 seconds I’ll stop it and avoid their channel like death.

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  5. Hipster Racist
    February 17, 2015

    Reblogged this on Hipster Racist and commented:

    The WTC video is almost certainly fake, but it does remind me of this bizarre event at the World Trade Center in March of 2000. A group of “artists” (guess who?) had been given a few floors – for free – at the top of the Towers and brought in boxes and boxes of “art supplies.”

    http://www.nytimes.com/2001/08/18/nyregion/balcony-scene-unseen-atop-world-episode-trade-center-assumes-mythic-qualities.html

    They took out one of the windows in the WTC and built a “balcony” where they filmed themselves hanging off of. The NYT article about the event was displayed as an “installation art piece” in the Met in 2004.

    Frankly, this is why I have a hard time taking the so-called “mainstream” White Nationalists seriously. Greg Johnson and Gregory Hood really expect us to believe that all three towers – World Trade Center 1, 2, and 7 – were knocked over by airplanes. Well, Tower 7 apparently just collapsed on itself in sympathy with its big brothers.

    I have a really hard time believing either one of them are actually ignorant of 9th grade physics, so the reality is, they are simply lying.

    So how are we supposed to take their analysis of the international situation seriously? They pretend to have some almost religious belief in the “official story” and expect us to accept that Muslims are magical and can defy the basic laws of Newtonian physics.

    If you can’t trust the “White Nationalists” to get the Opening Event of the 21st Century correct, how can you trust them to give a serious, well reasoned analysis of the Muslim problem in Europe?

    You know, I hate to say that many of these “White Nationalists” are essentially a false opposition, but, you know, it is what it is.

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    • icareviews
      February 17, 2015

      I was able to borrow a physical copy of Gelitin’s B-Thing book, which the last time I checked sells for $400 on Amazon. It’s pretty disturbing, and there are multiple indications in the illustrations and cryptic notations inside it that this was more than some mere coincidence. If you look at Gelatin’s website, there’s also artwork that alludes to 9/11 in a sadistic, gloating fashion – in addition to other, typically YKW scatalogical fixation.

      http://www.gelitin.net/projects/arc-de-triomphe/

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      • icareviews
        February 17, 2015

        About my spelling inconsistency. The group was apparently called Gelatin originally, but changed it to Gelitin, which is how it’s spelled on their site. I think the name is given as Gelatin on their book, however.

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  6. vikingbitch
    February 18, 2015

    Reblogged this on vikingbitch's Blog and commented:
    Good piece talking about how the Cabbalists et al have used the Internet and Mass Media to shape our thoughts and keep us in disaction.

    I like and if I may point out, as I have stated before on my site, there is much disinformation cranked out through much of The Manosphere about Working White Women. Everyday White Women in America are presented as fat, mean, entitled, lazy, slutty, mudsharking, and the list of negatives goes on.

    Is there nothing good to say out there about American White Women, or for any Germanic looking women throughout Western Europe?

    The Talmudic Toposhere is rife with disinformation about Working White Women so as to keep White Men and White Women from procreating to further the tide of White Genocide

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    • icareviews
      February 18, 2015

      The Manosphere is a mixed bag, albeit a frequently humorous one; but I have to admit I think it sunk to a new low – or scaled a new peak of shock tactics – this past week when Roosh V advocated LEGALIZING RAPE on private property.

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  7. cognitiveberserker
    February 20, 2015

    The “Mind Control” meme of propaganda is coming out from the main stream now, regarding the military infiltration of facebook and twitter…

    http://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/2015/jan/31/british-army-facebook-warriors-77th-brigade

    @ HR I thought you were a spy too, after the Ol’ man’s umm talk, I went off the deep end a wee bit… with all the analytical thought streaming through my mind.

    Those professional 9/11 liars, I remember them from 8 years ago too, on another forum… Some are actually Journalists and Academics, though they are paid off the books to gain legitimacy… Funny thing about Journalists and Academics, they just can’t help but brag about their professional achievements and ideologies… it’s there main give…

    You are also absolutely right about the right wing think tanks trying to manipulate WN. They do the same here with the far right political parties, divide and conquer, professional political plants, to the ABC agency sending in agents to corrupt the leadership. When 10 to 20% of the populaces vote is coerced in this manner, it’s no wonder the right wing put so much effort and intellectual manipulation into the Game…

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