This book uses a mix of “activity book” games and puzzles, social awareness bumper stickers, advertisements, billboards, posters and re-imagined old school videogame screenshots that deconstruct the impenetrable façade of government policy making, and help promote critical thinking through interactive play. A unique book for hungry minds.
If someone were to ask you to do something; if there were even the smallest chance of it injuring your child – you would say; “No, I won’t gamble with the life of my child.” But when technologies inherently risk all life on earth – you are willing to take that small chance; for a small benefit.
If words like “Extinction,” and “Apocalypse” are written too big for anything but videogames and movies: you need to step back a bit.
We now have the power to do incalculable things — and we have authorities who are eager to use that power.
Government isn’t impersonal; it’s personal. It’s a matter of life and death. . . January 15, 2022.
Progressives are willing to accept the pain, suffering, and death of others in order to ensure their better world – but maybe there are better worlds than theirs; ones that same acceptance could bring about more realistically.
Progressives share Mao’s views of people as a commodity – materials to use or discard according to their dictates of change. And yet how much less suffering and death would be required to have brought about a better China without Mao, without the bureaucratic tyranny and regimented repression, without those who see people as faceless numbers: denying them any individual worth. If your scales can weigh life and death: then why restrict those who can be weighed?
It’s time for Progressives to realize that they’re not the solution for what’s wrong in our society: they’re a part of the problem – and they’re lucky that others don’t share their views on the kind of sacrifices that are acceptable to ensure a better world.