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Saturday, February 29, 2020

Trump’s Indifference is Evil - Editorial, The Week in Review


Analysis, Commentary, Opinion
02.29.2020

Trump’s Indifference is Evil

I do not use the word evil lightly, in fact I rarely use it at all, because most of the crimes people commit against each other, happen because someone is not in their right frame of mind.

What T-Rump has been doing, and what his son has been saying, what the other sycophants around have been repeating is being done willfully, not from a place of ignorance, they are sewing confusion, spreading lies, and people will lose their life because of it.

Donald Trump is scared to death of being held accountable for the recent collapse in the stock market, and to a lesser degree he fears being charged with responsibility for the spread of the coronavirus.

He is indifferent to the suffering of his fellow Americas, he does not care if they get sick and die, he only cares about whether or not it makes him look bad, if it puts a spotlight on his incompetence and this is truly evil.

Donald trump Jr. came out and said that Democrats want millions of Americans to fall just in order to hurt his daddy.

T-Rump’s chief of staff Mick Mulvaney called the media coverage of this public health crises a hoax, and he blamed the fact that T-Rump didn’t act faster on the impeachments proceedings that took place last month.

T-Rump himself has begun to call the looming crises a hoax, and then he passed the buck for managing it to his Vice President Pence, because the president doesn’t want to be bothered with the details.

He doesn’t want the Center For Disease Control to manage it, he doesn’t want doctors and scientists to tell the American people the truth, or to order that measures be taken that T-Rump believes will disrupt trade, disrupt the markets, and reflect badly on himself.

He has been told that his measures are not only inadequate, but counterproductive, the poor choices his administration has made of led to spreading the disease, not stopping it, and he does not care if people die.

Donald Trump is evil, his indifference is evil.

He must be removed from office.  

Saturday, March 24, 2018

Emergence 3.0 - Section Two, The Continuum; Part Eleven, The Observers; Chapter Six, Indifference


Emergence 3.0
A Novel – In One Page Per Day
Day 083, Saturday
March 24th, 2018

Chapter Six: Indifference

The Observers were not free agents. They were on a mission. They served their brothers and sisters in the Collective.

What was most important to the Collective was the flow of existential/experiential data through which they vicariously constructed the worlds they dwelt in, their individuated bubbles within the quantum field. 

The Observers were sent out into the galaxy by the Continuum and represented its will. They were on a mission.

Even though the Continuum was itself an amalgamation of the Collective, unbeknownst to the Collective, the Continuum was a being with a will of its own.

It believed that it was itself, the divine concrescence of all consciousness. The Continuum sought to gather every shred of it into itself.

Like a hungry god, it desired to consume everything.

As such, the Observers were sent into the galactic Empire, sent on missions to find every last trace of the colonies and outposts that the children of the Ancients established in the ages before the Continuum, to either destroy them, or bring them in.

The Observers lived on the observed world’s and represented a means of control. Most of the Observers carried out their mission following strict guidelines. They did this in exchange for the freedom to dwell in an embodied state, to make their work easier, emotional capacities were engineered out of their bodies. Strong emotions complicated the work that they did; and spared the Collective from being conditioned empathetically by being exposed to volatile and disruptive feelings.

The bodies of the Observers were engineered to be indifferent, to be obedient, and to obey the Continuum.

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Sunday, March 26, 2017

Emergence, In Fifty-five Words - Section Two, The Continuum; Part Eleven, The Observers - Collected Chapters





Emergence 2.0
A Novel – In 55 Words a Day
Day 078, March 19th, 2017

Chapter One: Identification

The Continuum almost exclusively selected the Observers from among its members who had returned to consciousness, after falling into deep silence.

Those members disturbed the collective, questioning the purpose and meaning of the Continuum itself.

It was considered a benefit to them and to everyone, to send them back into the living fields of experience.

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Emergence 2.0
A Novel – In 55 Words a Day
Day 079, March 20th, 2017

Chapter Two: Assignment

When the Continuum decided to send a member out to the Observer Corp, it effectively removed the influence of that person from the Collective.

This provided relief for the suffering of the individual, and relieved the Collective of a weight that brought down the whole.

The Continuum kept a copy of the member in stasis.

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Emergence 2.0
A Novel – In 55 Words a Day
Day 080, March 21st, 2017

Chapter Three: Mission

The Observers left the Continuum to live ordinary lives with the people of the Empire, returning every one-hundred solar cycles to re-enter the collective consciousness, and feed both the triumphs and tragedies they had witnessed to the Continuum. This was the most intimate way by which the Collective took in what transpired throughout the galaxy. 

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Emergence 2.0
A Novel – In 55 Words a Day
Day 081, March 22nd, 2017

Chapter Four: Incorporation

To become an Observer meant returning to a corporeal form, to having a body. It meant living again as an organic life form on the observed world. It also meant having a mechanoid form when on the Central Planet, on returning to HomeWorld. It was a life apart from the insidious pressures of the Collective.

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Emergence 2.0
A Novel – In 55 Words a Day
Day 082, March 23rd, 2017

Chapter Five: Watching

There are many forms of observation; satellite imaging, and measurements, audio and video recordings. These tools, among others, were utilized by the Observer Corps. However, the primary method used by the Observers themselves, was to live with people.

Direct observation conveyed the emotional realities themselves directly to the Collective.

This is what the Continuum craved.

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Emergence 2.0
A Novel – In 55 Words a Day
Day 083, March 24th, 2017

Chapter Six: Indifference

The Observers were not entirely free agents, they were sent by the Continuum and represented its will. They were on a mission. As such, as a means of control, emotional capacities were engineered out of the Observer’s bodies. This complicated the work that they did; but spared the Continuum from being exposed to volatile disruptions.

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A Novel – In 55 Words a Day
Day 084, March 25th, 2017

Chapter Seven: Reporting

Protocol for the Observer was simple:

Spend one hundred solar-cycles on the observed world as a member of the community.

Gather as much intimate, first-hand experience as possible.

Maintain the automated surveillance systems that fed the Continuum without cease.

Return to the Continuum, and upload the content of the unique experiences for it to consume.

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Emergence 2.0
Section Two, The Continuum

Part Eleven, The Observers

Collected Chapters

01 Identification
02 Assignment
03 Mission
04 Incorporation
05 Watching
06 Indifference
07 Reporting

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Friday, March 25, 2016

Emergence: Section Two, The Continuum; Part Eleven, The Observers, Collected Chapters



The Observers; Part Eleven,
Chapter One: Identification
Pt. 11, Ch. 01
The Continuum selected Observers from its members who had returned to consciousness after falling into deep silence.
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The Observers; Part Eleven,
Chapter Two: Assignment
Pt. 11, Ch. 02
Sending a person to the Observer Corp removed their influence from the Continuum, providing relief to the suffering.
#Emergence

The Observers; Part Eleven,
Chapter Three: Mission
Pt. 11, Ch. 03
Observers lived with the people, and in the collective consciousness, feeding triumphs and tragedy to the Continuum.
#Emergence

The Observers; Part Eleven,
Chapter Four: Incorporation
Pt. 11, Ch. 04
Being an Observer meant having a body. Organic on the observed world, mechanical on Home World; it was a life apart.
#Emergence

The Observers; Part Eleven,
Chapter Five: Watching
Pt. 11, Ch. 05
There are many forms of observation; satellite imaging, audio recording. The primary method was to live with people.
#Emergence

The Observers; Part Eleven,
Chapter Six: Indifference
Pt. 11, Pt. 06
Emotional capacities were engineered out of the Observer’s body. They complicated the work; disrupted the Continuum.
#Emergence

The Observers; Part Eleven,
Chapter Seven: Reporting

Pt. 11, Ch. 07
The regimen was for the Observer to return to Continuum; upload the content of their experiences, for it to consume.
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Emergence:
Section Two, The Continuum
Part Eleven, The Observers
Collected Chapters
Section 02, The Continuum
Part 11, The Observers
Chapters
01 Identification
02 Assignment
03 Mission
04 Incorporation
05 Watching
06 Indifference
07 Reporting
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#SuperShortFiction
#365SciFi
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