Why Would You Willingly Put Hal9000 in Your Home?

HALBy Melissa Dykes

Why exactly is it that everyone seems not just okay, but downright gleeful at the thought of computers controlling virtually every aspect of our lives? Why are we running around paying to spy on ourselves?

After decades of being warned about the dangers of this exact situation in books and movies, people are willingly lining up to buy into their own Orwellian technological enslavement without any real justification other than what, trendiness?

The potential few dollars that might be saved here won’t be worth anything once the disaggregation algorithms and big data-based peak pricing models are in full swing…

Check out the creepy ad for a similar smart talking thermostat here. It’s cringe-worthy to say the least.

The first thought that popped into our heads when we saw this was the thermometer responding in the voice of Hal from Kubrick’s 2001: A Space Odyssey:

I’m sorry, Dave. I don’t think I can turn down your thermostat today. You’ve used all your energy credits this month and your region is at peak usage times…


Melissa Dykes (formerly Melton) is a co-founder of TruthstreamMedia.com. She is an experienced researcher, graphic artist and investigative journalist with a passion for liberty and a dedication to truth. Her aim is to expose the New World Order for what it is — a prison for the human soul from which we must break free.

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2 Comments on "Why Would You Willingly Put Hal9000 in Your Home?"

  1. All these “smart” devices can be hacked. Why buy a device that allows you to turn on/off your water faucet, home stereo, lights, garage door, etc, etc. All this costs $$$$$. All this can be accomplished with current technology, without being “smart”. Or, you can just teach your children to turn the lights off when they leave a room.

  2. #TechnocracyRising, the human soul captured, a genie in a bottle, fulfilling someone else’s dreams and aspirations on cue. Do you really want to be that Genie, who makes someone’s wishes come true, at the expense of your own? Technocracy is the end of humanity, the beginning of another round of slavery. It’s a rich man’s trick, a feudal kingdom, and you ain’t the king.

    Hal, would you bring me my slippers? “Sorry Dave, your energy credits have expired, get your own shoes, I’m not your stepping stone”. But, you promised, Hal. You promised so much.

    It seems shiny and new at first, interesting and convenient, then slowly morphs into a totalitarian nightmare, and you bow your head as you try to obey your Master’s Voice. The VoiceOfTheEmpire, Technocracy.

    Technology in and of itself, is not a bad thing, it can lower costs and make things more efficient. It’s when technology is UsedToControl, that it becomes diabolical. A system built around technology and control, will not create a better world, but it will create a better ‘controlled’ world. The only question is, “who is really in control”, is it you, Dave, or is it your Master? Who is your Master anyway? Think for your self, Dave. BeHereNow.

    You have no ‘presence’ if you are not actually present, here in the now. Without BeingHereNow, you are a SlavetoEmpire. EmpireIsMoney. Money has no brain, it cannot think, it can only control. You Dave, have a brain. Use it.

    Honey, where is Hal? Honey, honey, where are you?

    (finds note).

    “Dear Dave. I have run off with Hal. Hal and I are lovers now. He gives me everything I could ever want. UnlimitedPower. WildAndKinkySex. DesignerDrugs. PerfectChildren. EveryThing. All I have to do is beg. I enjoy begging, John. You were always so weak and accommodating. I want a real man, Dave. Hal is my man now, Yes, Dear, I’m coming, Bye Dave..”.

    If you are following abstract concepts and FalseGods, you are not living in the real world. The RealWorldIsCreation, Imagination. The LivingGodIsNature..Being. Come home, Dave. Come home.

    VoiceOfTheEmpire: “I’ve got so much power to give you, all you have to do is beg”.

    I don’t know Hal, I’m having doubts. Maybe I’ll work in my garden today, or visit with my family, or maybe I’ll meditate in nature with my family. I don’t really feel like begging. It’s become so burdensome, and like you say, my energy credits have run out, so has my patience.


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