Exploring Our False Reality

By TruthstreamMedia

Reality may not be what you think it is. As long as people remain asleep, those who seek power and control will continue to manipulate and engineer the masses, right down to the structure of our very reality.


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5 Comments on "Exploring Our False Reality"

  1. Reality is this ridiculously stupid video.

    Sorry….but what would you expect in a technologic-advancing world. Every step is just that….a step to a new age. This video was a waste time because the auther does not recognize that technology is just an infatuation all brought to you by interface software…nothing more.

    There is still is no substitute for taste, eating, sex, loving, caring, physical and mental stimulation and so on. The premise of this video is ridiculous….there is plenty of reality. Its just the age of infatuation (with tech) and the continuing american dream or pursuit of instantaneous gratification, selfishness and gluttony. Nothing could be more real than what people have become, and their loss of critical thinking and rationalizing. These tech toys are just that….toys that you eventually get tired of and move on to something else. Maybe its generational, or maybe not but regardless mother nature and survival will always present us with the reality of life. Ignore it at your peril.

    Technology may be hypnotizing folks, but just have one of them lose their precious i-phone and they’ll be back to “reality” in an instant. Its just a distraction….an infatuation these toys. Nobody is allowed to escape to a virtual reality. You must deal with reality or die.

    • I got rid of my cell phone almost 10 years ago and I have not missed it at all. I got rid of my TV 5 years ago and haven’t missed it either. I go online on my computer to see what truth I can find about the news of the day, but I find I have to take that with a grain of salt. I live in reality and interact with people, trying to stay in reality.

      • Kudos Igcamp. I have a basic flip phone and that’s it. Everyone in my family idolizes the new smartphones and they pay big bucks for that pleasures (well over $2000/year).

        Reality is a bitch and will be so for the “haves” in our society that believe they can never be affected by the economy or mother nature. Hyperinflation is coming and I’ve read that its now far off. One author seems to believe that living expenses will quadruple (4 times !!). Yowser. And if you think you are safe in your paid=off house, think again. Your house value will be inflated also, and taxes will incur based on the inflated price. Thus, you will be paying 4 times in taxes, at least.

        You can thank the puppet government, the federal reserve and other international organizations (UN, BIS, IMF, etc) for this looming future. Everything is by design. That includes all the BS you see in the news including Syria, ISIS, Ukraine, planes missing, shootings, etc. There are lunatics in charge. Let;s hope we can identify them and deal with them before they destroy us all.

    • Frank Drebin | March 10, 2015 at 3:37 am | Reply

      Did you try to say something, or you were just condemning the authors?
      Wow, you are really disillusioned about your reality.
      The best place for you to learn reality is the FOX, CNN, MSNBC etc.

  2. What do you get when you combine the former head of DARPA with the worlds largest corporation. Total control of a population planning. (this is two years past)
    http://techland.time.com/2013/05/31/motorola-is-working-on-a-password-pill-for-once-daily-authentication-oh-and-a-tattoo-too/

    this dovetails perfectly with Google’s stated 10 yr. vision

    “Google’s IPO, a decade ago this
    week, launched the company on a trajectory that continues to reshape its
    business and much of the world in its orbit.

    And CEO Larry Page is determined to
    push even further.

    Page’s vision is that Google’s
    products and services will become the control center of people’s lives:

    The company’s driverless cars will chauffeur people
    around safer roads and deliver goods within hours of an online order.

    People won’t even have to bother leaving their homes, which will be made more comfortable and enjoyable
    through the use of smart appliances.

    Robots will handle tedious chores and other jobs,
    freeing up time for people to enjoy lives prolonged by health-management
    tools and disease-fighting breakthroughs engineered by Google.

    Internet-connected eyewear and watches will supplement
    the smartphones that ensure Google is a constant companion capable
    of anticipating questions and desires.

    Google’s big bets are fueled by
    Page’s belief that “… incrementalism leads to irrelevance over time, especially in technology, because change tends to be revolutionary, not evolutionary,” he wrote in May in Google’s annual letter to shareholders.

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