Society 5.0 – Avatar Life In The Synthetic Slave System

So you have woken up in a madhouse. Psychopathic parasites have somehow installed themselves into the highest positions of power. Deranged, they are coming up with one bad idea after another and barking orders at us. They are psychotic and in charge of institutions, schools, newspapers and armies. Maniacally running around with their high-tech poisons and little sadistic CRISPR scissors, they are killing us slowly, and sometimes not so slowly. Welcome to Society 5.0 where toxicity is health and unhinged is the new normal. The predator class is insane and they have been from the beginning. In 2020, they simply stopped pretending.

The deep state, dark cult con is falling apart and all over the world, normies are connecting the dots. If you still need a booster after being fully vaxxed and you still need to get tested after being fully vaxxed and you still need to wear a mask after being fully vaxxed and you still get hospitalised after being fully vaxxed, it’s probably time to admit that you have been fully hoodwinked. The question is, will enough people wake up in time to get off their knees to demand bodily autonomy and personal sovereignty? If there is still any doubt in your mind that they hate you, take 2mins to watch this video pitching your new smart city prison. Believe the parasitic elite when they tell you there will be disruptions, shortages, and soaring inflation. Prepare accordingly.

The cult has been moving the proverbial pieces around the global chess board for decades to bring about the scenario we currently find ourselves in. Published in expensive reports, they boast about marching the masses, lock step, into the destruction through the collapse of supply chains, food production, infrastructure and economies. By bringing all the old systems down, they will declare them obsolete, so they can then introduce their new slave systems. Here’s the thing: they know people will never accept these slave systems unless they are absolutely destitute and desperate. In this way, people will have no choice but to comply! (cue evil laugh)

“But what can I do, I’m just one person?”

– 7 billion people.

The Origins of Human Capital Management

The parasites plan to bring people into the social impact digital economy in the name of humanitarian aid, then lead them to financial applications where all their digital data, linked to their blockchain identity, is used to build credit profiles. Credit profiles and digital twins are synonymous. We tend to think of digital twins as avatars, but at their core, they depend on digital identifiers attached to data in a standardised format. The origins of human capital management come mostly from the work of Marc Tucker and the National Centre on Education and the Economy in Rochester. Carnegie Corporation funded Tucker’s efforts starting in the late 1980s. Tucker retired in 2019 and was replaced by Anthony MacKay, an OECD/UNESCO-affiliated advisor who chaired the Australian Council for Education Research and was Deputy Chancellor of the University of Swinburne.

Rochester is a pilot city in the LRNG “city as classroom” initiative advanced by Collective Shift (MacArthur Foundation) where young people engage with project-based playlists of curated content, developed by corporate and academic partners, to earn badges. Featured Rochester organisations include the University of Rochester’s Mental Health System and the Central Library of Rochester and Monroe County. Today the National Centre on Education and the Economy operates out of Washington, DC. In addition to members of the Business Roundtable, the organisation is supported by the Gates, Casey, and Stupski Foundations – organisations that have shaped the Internet of Bodies evolution, verifiable credential social impact investing in human capital. Current program areas include benchmarking, policy solutions, and leadership training, which all sound great on the surface. However, the reality is systems engineering of children’s lives – and eventually all of humanity – under the pretext of “lifelong learning.” Maximising value extraction for impact investors through the invention of ever more creative and treacherous debt finance products of which “pay for success” outcomes are only the beginning.

“We spend the first year of a child’s life teaching it to walk and talk and the rest of its life to shut up and sit down. There’s something wrong there.”

― Neil deGrasse Tyson

Data-Mined Existence

Marc Tucker was widely known for the letter he wrote to Hilary Clinton in 1992 about the intention of the US Chamber of Commerce to shift public education in the United States towards a workforce-oriented model governed by regional economies tied to embedded human capital data analytics. With the full picture becoming clearer each day, it seems human capital management for cybernetic steering into planned, precarious economies via skills badging is only phase one. Behind that effort lies the digital twin agenda, creating cognitive models refined through ongoing structured engagement with educational technologies – the outcomes of which are kept in learning record stores, skill badges with tagged meta-data. This builds on the premise that people will have a digital tutor to monitor and guide them throughout their life. That is ultimately what “personalised” learning is – artificial intelligence using cybernetics to shape your cognitive and social activities to fit a predetermined outcome.

The hosts of the 2008 conference at USC noted the parallels to Neal Stephenson’s “The Diamond Age,” where the young heroine is mentored from across the Pacific by a “maternal-figure” hired actress through a “primer,” a digital tablet. The novel was written in 1995. Apple’s first iPad was sold in the spring of 2010. In this 2012 clip, Jose Ferreira of Knewton speaks about the use of educational technology for data aggregation. Massive numbers of data points legitimise algorithmic predictions made about the person engaging with the technology. Nudges, suggestions, and recommendations can then be made for desired behavioural outcomes and continued learner engagement. That is essentially what a SIM (substrate independent mind) is, and when combined with health data from wearables and biosensors stored in your blockchain electronic health record, you have a robust avatar, a mind/body map.

“The future of higher education will be micro-degrees becoming the norm with people choosing a focused micro-degree rather than a full 4-year degree. 4-Year degrees will focus on a hybrid model, with core requirements being on-line and only one’s major will be in-class.”

― Tom Golway

EdTech Hype

Knewton was sold to John Wiley and Sons in 2019. Staffer, Brian Fitzgerald, spun off Tinkergarden, a tech-impact backed pop-up pre-k enterprise. Now just imagine for one moment, a future where Sep Kamvar’s IoT surveillance Wildflower Montessori model melds with Tinkergarden uber-esque forest schools. Education as a mixed-reality LARPing event (Live Action Role Play) with wearable surveillance to make your emotional state visible to the machine. They’re building it now! While many in the education industry gloated over Knewton’s demise, saying the company was pretty much all hype, we suspect the resulting research in data capture and psychometrics has not gone away. Rather, it has been embedded and expanded into the larger IMS global ecosystem of badge / xAPI infrastructure, the foundation for “anytime, anywhere” (in the digital panopticon) learning ecosystems, the mind mirroring mechanism of the twinning process. 

Battelle for Kids arrived on the scene after Ken Kay, a long-time tech lobbyist, stepped down from his role leading the Partnership for 21st Century Learning, an effort that conveniently positioned the in-school Carnegie-unit education model for a transformation into decentralised skills-badge competency-based education. Outside the larger context of digitally twinned life, this wouldn’t seem to make a lot of sense. Why would a private research lab running defence and nuclear contracts play a leading role in reimagining education and creating “portraits” of graduates?

“A gap in skills and abilities reveal a golden opportunity!”

― Abhishek Ratna

Skills, Skills, and More Skills!

Now we circle back to Rochester, which is often called the “World’s Image Centre.” Optics and photonics are economic anchors in the city. Significant research has been carried out over the past decade in the field of integrated photonics for biomedical and photonic-computing. Framed as a new Manhattan Project where electrical engineering is replaced by engineered light, the age of electrons now seems to be giving way to the photons. The US Air Force set up a cooperative agreement with the Research Foundation of the State University of New York in 2014 to create the American Institute for Manufacturing Integrated Photonics as a public-private partnership. In 2021 the program was renewed for another seven years to the tune of an additional $320 million: artificial intelligence, biological sensing, light detection and ranging, quantum computing, and “custom DoD applications.”

For the past few years, the media has been beating the drum around the “skills gap.” Industries need more “skilled” workers they cry. Harness education to industry and reskill as needed to facilitate “pay-for-success” payouts. Earn a badge, and investors take their cut. This is the program Bill Gates and the tech sector have been laying the foundation for since at least the early 1990s.

Leverage research coming out of the Advanced Distributed Learning Initiative.

Turn education into training.

Put it online.

Track people, especially the poor, using screens, phones, and wearable tech.

Internet of Things “life” shifts to “anywhere” surveillance.

Collect data, lots of it.

Profile people through their digital competency badges.

Predict their futures.

Gamble on their life outcomes.

“When stumbling blocks can become stepping stones, then these stones that the builders reject can equally become chief corner stones!”

― Israelmore Ayivor

Conscious Leaders - Master Builders

Similar to The Matrix movie, people will be the batteries for hedge fund games. The masses are expected to suck it up because life on the Blockchain is coming. Earn your badges and integrate yourself into the Borg. How will we ever escape our collective Stockholm syndrome if we allow our public institutions to be subsumed within toxic public-private partnerships? Education, alone, is insufficient. Credentials are meaningless if after 13, 17, 21+ years of knowledge creation, young people are pushed into a world where their talents have no perceived economic value. We must reimagine an economy of prosperity over debt. Humanity needs an economy of care, not austerity. One that is just, cooperative, and works with nature. That will not emerge from this straight-jacketed model. Chamber of Commerce-endorsed pathways of human capital processing will only usher in greater inequality and ever more repressive labour tactics.

To successfully navigate the immense challenges coming our way, the next generation needs a system of education that acknowledges past harms and pushes towards collective liberation. It will require free thought, creativity, human relationships, and opportunities to experiment freely and learn from mistakes. It will require culturally responsive practice with the time and space to relearn how to be together in community. It will also require a decisive redistribution of resources and power away from predatory consultants, think tanks, bean counters, and “vulture philanthropy” back into the hands of people at the local level. If we are to realise to a future that is less financialised, less data-driven, less debt-burdened, less racist, and less unbalanced, there will have to be a great reckoning and a rebirth. It won’t be easy, but nothing really ever worth doing is. We, humanity, must prepare now so we don’t become victims of the parasite’s intentional destruction. We must reject their plans every step of the way. They are panicked and weak – powerless to our numbers and courage. Conscious leaders everywhere are stepping up to build parallel systems outside of their control. Master builders of a New Earth. Together we rise!

“Leaders are builders. They build bridges to unite, not walls to divide.”

― Farshad Asl

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