Unless only organic materials are used, recycling is very limited. We make similar statements in our upcoming video. Recycling anything done with chemicals is another corporate solution. Addressing the "anything plastic" crisis will require to crash the world economy because the plastic market is too huge. Let's not forget that Fast Fashion is too a mega polluter as it sells synthetic fabrics that are petroleum-derived.
Did you know that what we call "recyclable plastic" has been treated with specific chemicals so that it will melt faster into the environment, but these chemicals are very often nonbiodegradable themselves? And that means that we make the situation worse.
The very upsetting fact is that industry insiders already knew in 1974 (!!!) that recycling plastic would turn out to be a huge problem. Another reality is that plastic also degrades each time it is treated, meaning it can only be recycled once or twice. The question here is how to distinguish the "old" from the "brand new" plastics since consumers surely can't see the difference either?
But we all know that market forces always win. As a matter of fact, there is no incentive, producing new plastic is cheaper. On average, only 10% is recycled yearly. This is such as theater set up to pretend that something is done about it. But plastic production increases yearly inexorably. One more argument in favor of the abolition of monetarism.
We cannot fix with money the problems caused by money because Nature hates waste, and every time we wasted making up for it becomes even more energy-consuming and challenging because we failed to sort things out.
Nature is very astute: trying to bypass her Laws will always bring about more complications. And the quest for endless profits only looks for the best shortcuts ever, the path of the least resistance.
We read every day that the awakening is underway but it really could take at least another year to see if the truth is really winning. Big tech is diverting and concealing data at a pace unseen before. But Silicone Valley has something for the crowds in the store and plans are already well advanced.
Selling virtual reality to make people feel better about their fate is the next step of this cybernetic agenda.
Please investigate for yourself but we have come across another article exposing more connecting dots.
Elon Musk's brain interface and VR?
Yes, it seems like it has been designed to make this happen, and of course, AI will be in control. If for whatever reason, somebody's social credit score goes down, it will be easy to terrorize her/him with VR taking over their 6 senses.
From there many nightmare scenarios could play out of course. Maybe one of them will be that people who allegedly committed crimes will be locked in special cocoons at the mercy of VR that will make them relive their worst fears over and over.
If you think that it may be far-fetched just look at the world today and think again... VR for the biggest brainwash ever!
'We're Way Closer to The Matrix Than People Realise... Newell was explicit about creating a world where brains and computers interface and computers are able to make changes to the brain (see article below)
The irony is that censorship is tracking so-called "fake news" while we're increasingly engulfed by a world that is itself a digital illusion of a monumental proportion. At some point, people will be so overwhelmed that they will surrender and ask for an injection of VR. Yes, we agree, this is a very Dystopian scenario, and that is why we have to wake up people around us.
We cannot stress enough that we have to do anything we can to spread the word. Hearing good news isn't enough. Freedom is calling and the future of Humanity is our direct responsibility!
How Recycling is the Biggest Brainwash of the Century (Feb 2021)
The issues with petroleum are unavoidable if we continue to consume plastic at the rate that we do. It contributes to one of the most dangerous greenhouse gases (CO2) which adds to climate change, thus increasing the loss of biodiversity all across the globe. There are multiple levels of contamination, but one way this happens is by throwing unrecyclable types of plastics in with the recyclable. Nowadays, our curbside recycling may be taking one or two of these types, but you’re throwing in all of these different types of plastic and that is contaminating the entire batch.
How Big Oil Misled The Public Into Believing Plastic Would Be Recycled | September 2020
"There is serious doubt that [recycling plastic] can ever be made viable on an economic basis," one industry insider wrote in a 1974 speech.
Billionaires See VR as a Way to Avoid Radical Social Change (Feb 2021)
Tech oligarchs are encouraging the creation of virtual worlds as a cheap way to avoid problems in the real one. Silicon Valley sees the creation of virtual worlds as the ultimate free-market solution to a political problem. In a world of increasing wealth inequality, environmental disaster, and political instability, why not sell everyone a device that whisks them away to a virtual world free of pain and suffering? Tech billionaires aren’t shy about sharing this. “Some people read this the wrong way and react incorrectly to it. The promise of VR is to make the world you wanted. It is not possible, on Earth, to give everyone all that they would want. Worse, the virtual world will be one owned and controlled by the companies that create them. If you want a picture of the future, imagine a Facebook-branded set of VR goggles strapped to an emaciated human face—forever.
Gabe Newell: 'We're Way Closer to The Matrix Than People Realise' (2020)
“We're way closer to The Matrix than people realise. It's not going to be The Matrix - The Matrix is a movie and it misses all the interesting technical subtleties and just how weird the post-brain computer interface world is going to be - but it's going to have a huge impact in the kinds of experiences that we can create for people.” Brain-computer interface tech - the practice of connecting the human brain to a device to allow for control of one over the other - has come a long way in recent years, with researchers now able to facilitate brain-based control over tablets. Newell didn’t make it clear exactly what his work centred on, but it’s clearly in the formative stages...