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Part 3. How to Stop Technology and Pornography Destroying Lives 28 August 2016

So if communication misunderstanding starts it all and a sexual disconnection continues it…where will it end unless we fix it?

Well I worry that technology will end it. There was an article in the paper last night about the massively increasing market for sexual robots. Then there is the GMO’s and the glyphosate and the weapons and the modified viruses (all for research purposes of course).

I have to pay someone to come to my house now and set up my TV. I still remember the days in Nelson when we plugged it into the wall and then moved the aerial around on top of the TV until we got a reasonable reception. Those days are long gone and I don’t know how to integrate my TV with my Foxtel and then with my wireless. And I don’t want to know. To be honest, I didn’t have any of them over the last month and I didn’t miss them. If it wasn’t for a couple of shows on the History and Discovery channels I would have no need for any of it.

But I do know how to make a fire, I do know how to grow food from the soil, I do know how to hunt, I do know how to pluck and gut a rooster, I do know how to sterilise water. But these are dying arts. The skills are disappearing. They are being replaced by a vitamin D deficient, homogenised, pesticide ridden , over vaccinated, glyphosate and fluoridated and GMO filled generation who may not be able to reproduce in 2-3 generations time. I’m not exaggerating either. The science is clear.

And not many seem to care. This may be the next great extinction. And this time we have done it to ourselves. We did it to homo neanderthalis 30,000 years ago. Now we are about to do it to ourselves. Or more correctly we are going to allow a few money hungry corporations to do it to us. There is good money in controlling the food and water supply. Who doesn’t need them?

Solutions? Say no to GMO’s, say no to fluoride, say no to glyphosate, say no to fracking, support the Sioux in their struggle to protect their water supply from oil. Say yes to organic, wild, and grow your own. Support local organic farmers markets. Say hi to your neighbour. Share food. Learn to talk to your partner again. Find out how they feel love. Let your children see you do it. They will follow. Leaders go forth first. Children learn from example, not instruction. Ride in the saddle don’t sit in the armchair.

Oh and thank you everyone for receiving part 2 so well last night. I wrote to my friend who is a great writer, suggesting I was a embarrassed by writing it. This is what she replied:
“All good writing should be embarrassing in some form or another. Otherwise it’s just bland, derivative pulp. This is a brilliant piece. Seriously.
It is very well written, concise, gets the point across, and is thus beautifully eloquent in its execution.
The best written pieces are exactly like this – a story, a point, original thinking, and directly worded, so the point is not lost.
bravo.”

And then another good friend sent me this:

“Advice? I don’t have advice. Stop aspiring and start writing. If you’re writing, you’re a writer. Write like you’re a goddamn death row inmate and the governor is out of the country and there’s no chance for a pardon. Write like you’re clinging to the edge of a cliff, white knuckles, on your last breath, and you’ve got just one last thing to say, like you’re a bird flying over us and you can see everything, and please, for God’s sake, tell us something that will save us from ourselves. Take a deep breath and tell us your deepest, darkest secret, so we can wipe our brow and know that we’re not alone. Write like you have a message from the king. Or don’t. Who knows, maybe you’re one of the lucky ones who doesn’t have to.
Alan W. Watts

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