The Future of Tech and Education with John Coleman of Apocatastasis Institute

all right this is John : with a Pakistan stays and Institute for the Humanities and our latest edition of a conversation with and that ellipses will be replaced today by Miss Holly Selig ER and we're going to talk about insert net censorship and why the powers-that-be might want this and it doesn't take a genius to figure that out but will will mock about the topic some this morning before we get going with Holly I just wanted to make a few announcements regarding the school which you can find more about at ibaka Stacey's Institute at wiki excuse me at ibaka Stacey's Institute and you can contact me about studying in person here in New Milford at abacus to Stacey's Institute at regarding events coming up at this alternative college in high school it's a bit in the distance but it is coming the first will be an education fair in November very likely it depends on the venue but very likely November where we will invite many of the local educational outfits including art studios little schools even home school coops and especially I want to invite independent scholars maybe young kids out of grad school or even out of undergrad school who want to teach but realize the situation in the field and I would love to give a platform to the lot of you so that's in November also a pocket of Stacey's is rounding up speakers for our speaker series this autumn and that will mean less of me talking and that's always a good thing and the same thing especially young scholars and so forth if you have a topic you want to go on about historically in literature this sort of thing please contact me at that website and lastly want to lastly and we'll jump in with Holly there will also be a history conference especially for undergrads and high school students in November or December if you're interested in that please contact me and then lastly a Pakistan Staci's has its journal just published this third or fourth day of summer it's the spring edition but hey it gets done so uh this little journal is full of interesting articles including on the condition of adjunct professors we had a documentary filmmaker Debra Lee Scott from Pennsylvania and she was very generous with her time and we did a Q&A and that's published as well as some political work on my end research work regarding religious communities around New England here and a good article by Clint Richardson regarding who owns your child so all over the place but not really if you understand what apakah studies is aiming for which is ultimately a renewal of culture through in this case education all right so that's that Holly welcome back thanks thanks John um I just want to comment a little bit on on what you just discussed there the article by Clint sounds really fascinating and for people who are watching right now um I don't know who I am I went to school with to get my bachelor's in political science with a focus on history and thought I wanted to go to law school then decided not to and then got into local politics served on a local school board for six years and learned a lot about the establishment of public schools and so I think kind of interesting John and I have a couple of overlapping interests and then more recently I've been working on it my youtube channel for about the past three years or so and working on a book about the Salem witch trials which is kind of in progress right now so a little bit all over the place but I'm glad to be here and to join John today great well thank you Holly and you are the first repeat guest as the show enters its second year on this end of things so it's great to see a familiar face today we are talking about two different topics but they actually build and those topics are censorship internet censorship this latest round of it and we'll have a brief intermission with appropriate quote from GK Chesterton about this technocracy the second half what our talk on censorship leads to is a discussion about this indeed technocracy these smart cities Toronto has been in the news lately as has Detroit certainly the Chinese and the Indians are going gangbusters on the this this digital person they're building and our topic our first topic about censorship will lead to the second in a sense you want to consider why do the powers that be want to do this type of censorship this type of prohibition of topics and persons so Holly as we've been reading in the papers lately or online as the case may be censorship certainly is a big topic and before I break out these different articles and whatnot what can you say about the situation at present specifically in the online and social media realms so I didn't exactly grow up in the era of social media I got more into it around college so started you know MySpace or Facebook kind of fooled around with Twitter a little bit and thought about this idea of social media where as promotion of research or getting to know people with similar interests you know a lot of the reasons why they they beat people into getting into social media and I realized over the years that it was more about giving information out which could be sold to third parties and others and then we start to see with the advent of the social credit system it's not just about sharing information to be sold to third parties online but also this idea of like a credit score being linked to what you say and and from there and just it's fascinating as someone who has a youtube channel I like to talk about politics and history and news and yeah some fringe topics but I don't think I'm really that far out there or you know I try to maintain decorum and everything online but I've seen over the past year or so what they're calling the YouTube ad pocalypse is slowly but surely YouTube and these other platforms are censoring what they deem as inappropriate content or speech and oh that's kind of nebulous it seems like they kind of make things up as they go along so it's definitely become harder for people to express themselves or even even do research or talk about history without being afraid of the censorship yes there are a number of topics Watchers of our episode here may or may not be familiar with which are not allowed on YouTube regarding who may or may not have destroyed certain buildings what may or may not have happened in Connecticut at certain points certain words ironically the powers that be who are dripping with blood and mendacity seemed to not like cuss words on certain videos and this sort of thing so it has led to a lot of circumlocutions like I just did about topics and hey whatever I don't know how long these things are gonna be up to or to begin with you might we might be going back to the days of the newsletters and this sort of thing so I think that's great thought you're putting out it's kind of like a zine if you will I mean I remember working on stuff like that and I've said that you know if if YouTube really does go down I try to keep an email list with people who like to watch or viewers and you know we can try to work around it and like you said get back into print or something that could be fun yeah yeah is this there's upside to things we're going to have to start going out to the street and talking to people and this sort of thing all right so Holly and our viewers here are some topics here are some articles regarding our first topic now that is to say censorship and these are worth looking into if you've the time or the interest the first was a New York Times article entitled the making of a YouTube radical and it was as all of these are actually quite slanted articles but it followed this this young fellow and talked about his his drift to use their expression into assault right and and so forth and luckily he had his Damascus moment and he came back he's reading the New York Times now and watching CNN and he's he's okay you can you can not lose any sleep over it obviously this was a very slanted article it was talking about obviously the ideological enemies of the New York Times but but it it was couched in such a way and there are many articles like this in fact from the New York Times Media Matters and so forth uh with crocodile tears talking about the drift people into into ideologies that they perceive as being dangerous another article or rather an ongoing drama a tragic comedy in its own way is what's gone on with Infowars and poor Alex Jones and I say that not in any sense triumphantly or whatnot but it's I can only imagine I don't agree with everything the man says I've had a critique I would say he doesn't say enough about certain topics but he certainly become emblematic of the alt median I could only imagine the stress that he's under including lately these worm files these type of what do you say virus files with child pornography and so forth possibly sent from his his legal enemies again Infowars which got much bigger than I think the powers that be imagined and Alex of course crossed swords with CNN and and Media Matters enough times that they have have not forgiven him for it but that again is another example of a term that's used for my last story before I give Holly a chance to speak here just giving recent examples here of Alex Jones is an example of a term which I've heard used for Laura Loomer who was kind of an kind of I don't know like almost like an info Wars even more towards the Fox News end of things conservative they're both examples of canceled culture which is a great expression I read on one article about Laura Loomer oddly enough linking her or linking her plight to Oscar Wilde somehow which was an interesting connection but canceled culture and I want to ask Holly now to talk a little bit about this she is a bit more engaged in the YouTube world than myself this is a miracle that were able to record on Google Hangouts today because of my technology incompetence but so we are but Holly can you talk about these stories and the culture online do you have you found yourself having to get through the day having to be careful about what you say or other youtubers yes and I think YouTube has definitely been changing its standards over the past couple years so they'll come out something like you brought up like an event like like Alex Jones will be banned from YouTube or something like that and they'll they'll put out videos or blog posts on YouTube basically saying that we feel the right or the the need to try to censor the certain types of videos which discuss topics which are offensive or racial or contentious and the list keeps getting longer and basically what happens if one of your videos gets taken down sometimes you can appeal but or it can go up for manual review by someone at YouTube but you can't actually contact anyone at YouTube so you just kind of have to leave it up to them to decide what is what is appropriate and what isn't and you brought up the the case of with the making of a YouTube radical this individual named Caleb Cain and he was 26 years old so he's an adult he's able to make up his own mind make his own decisions who would think but this idea of the New York Times really promoting the need for like a nanny culture or this idea that people shouldn't be searching around for certain things and so we should be censoring certain keywords or limiting what can be seen or can't seen online and without that sort of censorship people would become radicalized and then our society would fall apart or something I think was was more like the argument so I think that's that's we're seeing that with all the larger platforms so the internet was a little bit more decentralized at first and I think we've seen over the past 10 years these major global corporations YouTube Facebook there's a term called the PayPal mafia which was all a bunch of Silicon Valley people who got a bunch of money together and really built the major platforms which people use as a whole today and now they're just kind of consolidating and what is allowed online so I think in some ways I'd prefer as far as censorship goes I have a lot of questions about their ability to really determine what is safe for the American public or what isn't and the idea of canceled culture this idea that you can basically scrub people or opinions or history or whatever from from the internet if it doesn't fit the narrative at the time yes particularly with Laura Loomer who's kind of documented on the ground her struggle against censorship she goes to Twitter headquarters in Manhattan or YouTube which i think is out west I think it's in San Francisco she goes to these places and it's it's like talking to a rock she can't even get to talk to someone and Holly you were saying you know talk about manual review on on videos and things like that it's it's not just a tyranny but it's a tyranny you don't even know the faces of literally the faces of the people that you are being muzzled by you know whether that's Laura Lu or Alex Jones or Joe Blow it's really something else the anonymity of the of the control I think one of the things I found most concerning about the most recent YouTube shutdown there's there's a man who is a I believe he's a history professor and his YouTube channel was just sharing or mirroring old propaganda films from World War two and yes some of them were like Nazi propaganda films this whole channel I think he said he was on there for more than 10 years everything was gone scrubbed it was said because he was promoting you know Nazi propaganda when in fact he was just sharing historical films from the time and I found out most disturbing because I actually wondered for a moment you know the first time you had me on we talked about you know we we dabbled in the idea of new chronology or different historical timelines that I started to wonder well my videos talking about that he taken down will that be considered fringe or offensive I mean there's a certain degree of paranoia that starts to get pushed into this as you're creating videos and I don't know if they actually ever restored that teachers channel or not but I thought that was pretty unfortunate yes the that phenomenon is is very interesting to me the idea and and I I would like to pick your mind about this Hollywood so as a background to that I want to pick your mind about the topic which you seem too intimate you believe the internet just on certain comments I've heard and videos that the internet was kind of a type of honey pot that was created to kind of attract us by the states or whatnot yeah I do start to to wonder I mean if you look at the history of what they call the alphabet organizations or some of the shadow government working since at least the 1960s to build the infrastructure of the internet and the technology like MIT or maybe even DARPA really working on some of these patents to build the Internet kind of hasta wonder what the ultimate result was if it's if it's just a share information online – when I was in college I worked at the the college library and Google was offering a service for us to scan every single book and document in our library and so everything could be digitized that would be so great and then I start to see you know years later that perhaps the point really was to try to digitize that and then a lot of information could be lost and I don't some people call it digital book burning like the idea I'm sure you probably see I collect a lot of books of people who collect books just a lot of things aren't really available in print as much anymore and so maybe I'm getting a little off topic here but the idea of moving everything online I think could be dangerous because at the click of a button things could just disappear and perhaps the the point was to really just collect data on people and collect research as well just an idea yes yes well interesting you say that there's another crossover we have I was also a college librarian for a season in my life so there we go on an optimistic note I might recommend to the Watchers of this video and to yourself Holly an article entitled the end of capitalism has begun and I recommend it in the context of this discussion because the realist in me tends to think what Holly says the maybe the optimist in me tends to get into an idea that this article the end of capitalism has begun which was published I believe in the Guardian about ten years ago gets into and it talks about obviously in economic chapters so from the the ancient economy to the medieval economy to the modern economy it talks about the ending of eras and in this article it talked about how the and I'm going to make a parallel to our present ruling structure how the medieval nobility kept trying to prop up feudalism for hundreds altima tough years longer than a circumstances required and the optimist in me hopes that's that's what is really behind this online censorship what's the parallel I'm making that the intern that I'm hoping and I would want to do more research on this the Internet is is almost like a Frankenstein obviously made by the states obviously made by the military-industrial complex but I'm hoping that it what it is is actually a Frankenstein that's kind out of control meaning maybe it was created to control people and that in the past 10 years it got out of the hands and allowed people to communicate on topics that they weren't supposed to talk about and that only the Ivy League colleges and the secret meetings and so forth were supposed to bring up and that the topics XY and Z were getting out and getting popularized and that the powers that be have been unable to control a word which I never would have imagined as a history student ever becoming popular the word narrative at the powers that be have been unable to control the narrative and and that what this round of censorship that we see as through the the New York Times article Laura Loomer Alex Jones Paul Joseph Watson and and many many others who have been cancelled what we see behind for instance these nannying provisions for instance on wiki spaces or on YouTube videos where they link to a wiki space so there'll be an article about will say 9/11 and and the gods at YouTube in their mercy will actually link an article to their wiki space is telling us that this video is all garbage what you really need to do is go to this website where we tell you the truth about things all of that Stu say I'm really hoping the behind this censorship and this nannying is a real fear on the powers that be that they have lost control of their narrative their story I think you're right – I really am starting to see the the desperation with YouTube and some of this censorship and like you said with the idea of needing to prop up something like like feudalism or this idea that ultimately I think people still have free will and the pursuit of knowledge I'm hoping we'll still go around even if these platforms don't survive and I feel like in some ways YouTube and some of these platforms are actually shooting themselves in the foot and if they were truly just a business and not some sort of an operation they I don't think they would be censoring this way and really pushing people out of their platforms Facebook is really hemorrhaging users they're they're losing a lot of their their interest especially among the younger generations so I think that they've if it's if it is an experiment it makes sense that they would just start to censor or pull or block people but if they were only a business which they basically say they are then they would want they would they be okay with some contention or they want more people and they wouldn't be getting rid of people and censoring opinions so I I think there is a big hint of desperation coming from these platforms and so I think I'm optimistic – I think people will start to find other ways to spread information and it was fun while it lasted if that's what what YouTube really wants to do is ultimately shut itself down but I don't know how long they can really continue to just promote vapid interests and topics without people just wanting to find someplace else yes I occasionally get a real hankering for coffee and I'll go down to Manhattan which has a number of fine coffee bars and I find myself accidentally from time to time on Wall Street and that is a node of of the control structure and I get tremendous happiness to look at the overweight out-of-shape stock jobbers and the reason I do that is perhaps I'm buzzed on coffee but also that these these Devils who are responsible for such misery are not ten feet tall at these masters of debt and finance are not that strong they're soldiers which are all over the city and they're police many many of them do not have loaded weapons and when their prime ministers and presidents go and they're surrounded by their soldiers many of those soldiers are not armed with loaded weapons it's all for show and do remember that that these foes are wise and weary and strong but they're not invincible and whether it's an arrogant and and hubris filled overreach on the part of YouTube or whether it's out of shape stock jobbers who are about five seconds from a heart attack the masters of the society are not invincible I think it's fun really meeting other viewers and commenters in the chat that's mostly why I do my work online and all the blood sweat and tears I put into my little youtube channels is because it is an opportunity for meet to meet like-minded people and people who think differently and the comments and the research that other people do continually blow me away and a lot of my viewers are older folks so retired people or people who lived before the internet age and that also gives me hope too that they can kind of dabble in the internet but they also remember in the time before when people did write letters or did did share books information in other ways and I think that that's I think it's going to come full circle I think people are really going to start to value different ways of learning and what I saw particularly with public school education was the extreme push towards doing everything online so when I was a child growing up you know if you try to quote an internet search you had to have a lot of books to support that or other types of research and now they want everything done online so I do think it is going to change but how you know how long that will take or what needs to happen first is still up for debate yes so with that silver lining will now jump back into what the Masters of the Society are up to and why they may want censorship so as beginning to the our second topic Holly I want to use a quote from GK Chesterton who was a British newspaper man from the last century from his poem The Ballad of the white horse now he's making a perilous a number of authors did a century ago with the the barbarian invasions of the medieval period to Huxley did this Orwell in his own way did this to the rise of this technocracy CS Lewis as well so here it is from Chesterton we're talking about the rise of this technocracy and all of them coming personally from all different backgrounds Bertrand Russell Dan or well and Chesterton on all of them saw the rise of this and that it was much darker than the barbarism of a thousand years ago so here we go a brief bit here yeah this shall be the sign of them the sign of the dying fire and man made like a half-wit that knows not of his sire what though they come with scroll and pen or keyboard and grave as shaving Clerk by this sign you shall know them they shall ruin and make dark and we see that type of darkness happening with this canceled culture so I would like now Holly to talk about what is this building to immediately but also for the background to that let's talk about these smart cities and this society that these technocrats these new barbarians effort to use Chesterton's expression these men without chests to use CS Lewis's expression in his fine book the abolition of man let's look what they want to build so recently there have been new stories about Toronto where a section of the town has basically been turned over to Google one of the subsidiaries to plan and they will collect the data through many phones and many cameras and regulate this town and it will be more efficient and we also have Detroit and Holly here has a fine explanation of that with your friend Chris and I would encourage you to go over to her channel and and subscribe on that Channel and also to watch that video and understand what this type of revitalization or gentrification what's really behind that and then also in this discussion of what type of a society is online censorship creating we also want to consider China's credit score social credit score Japan just the past couple of days through one of their media things social media they have their type of credit score that they're enrolling the Indians for the past couple of years have been pushing very hard for online currency and to get everything online so Holly all of that is to say how can we connect present nitty gritty in our face censorship words and topics were not allowed to bring up to these grand mega cities and these grand plans of the Devils so yeah that's a great segue and some research that I've been doing over the past couple years as far as technology connecting in with the censorship but like you said the the social credit system so here in the United States we've had this idea of a credit score for many years and I think people are pretty familiar with that idea and that's that's run by a private company and it's supposed to basically just look at your spending habits sent your debt-to-income ratio and ability to to loan or lend credit and with Social Credit it's taking into account your social media platforms and what you say or do online how you shop like you said you talked about with China they've had a social credit system and depending on your your ability to work how much you work and your criticism or promotion of the government you can travel to different areas you can buy a nicer house all kinds of things or it's similar in like you said with in Canada there's a characters it's called the carrot program where if you have healthy eating habits and healthy lifestyle habits you will gain more points and with Toronto I think you're connecting that in with their real-time surveillance facial recognition technology and even pre-crime so this is tied in also with Detroit where they have real-time cameras connected in with the this is why they need like the 5g the high internet capacities that they can run basically like we're doing live streaming but it can be from any street corner and they want to expand that to streetlights and I did have a little bit of criticism yesterday one of my viewers emailed me in and basically said you know these cameras are important they're they're good to put up because they catch criminals and if you're not doing anything wrong then why should you care that that sort of argument but I think it has more to do with me personally just autonomy and the the right not to be surveilled and so I think that's where the this idea they've built us up on these social media platforms for ten almost twenty years out and then from there they've got a pretty decent profile about who we are our spending habits what our belief systems are and then they can roll out Social Credit and it's starting with these big cities I think a lot of this really is not constitutional in the United States so I think they have to take their time a little bit really bringing it into the u.s. yeah well the way you get those cities and the way you get people to accept that is to to wear them down and I might suggest that to have these sorts of controlled cities to have someone who would say well if you're not doing something wrong you shouldn't care about being surveilled I I see the slave mind there and I I think always of Benjamin Franklin's quote a very interesting man on all sorts of ways but a very smart man um that he who is willing to trade security for or rather Liberty for safety deserves neither and that's very much been the the last 20 years in these United States it's it's people being afraid to sacrificing liberties in order to be safe and this of course it what have you also seen for the past 20 years you've just seen a more infant I lized a more baby fide Society because more and more in this ties into the digital person this ties in very much to the parallel soon to be merged legal person people are increasingly timorous they're increasingly afraid of acting in agency saying what they think doing life plans changing a job whatever um because it might affect their legal person this third-party entity or their digital person they don't want to search that topic they don't want to go there because they do to the Google Maps will know where they were and so forth and this caused people I know people who have hobbies very interested in and they don't tell a soul about them and just magnify that across millions of people and then you get people saying well you shouldn't like Holly did you shouldn't care about being surveilled and with street cameras and things that's a great point I think that that you made with this idea of people the self-censorship that really comes in and you bring up the idea of things really changing over the past 20 years I I suppose I think that the elephant in the room might might be something like the Patriot Act or something like that we've it's been a slow boil here in the United States where we've been trading in more and more Liberty for for the security state and the apparatus that comes out of it and also like you said these cities which are under recession or people are losing jobs and so like in the case of Detroit JP Morgan is offering them millions of dollars are to insert to a smart cities program so we'll see how that goes over the next couple years yes that that money is always a good incentive to people that don't have not been trained that I'd like to talk about the role of Education in in in this but people who have been brought up in the modern educational system only act just as in in grade school they only acted on grades and teacher approval now as adults a very interesting legal word adults adultery as people who have accepted this system those grades those GPAs have simply been swapped out for money and if the federal government will offer you or Google or whatever in the case of Toronto X amount of money to put these cameras everywhere well that's the only measure of value in this particular society they don't tell you about the four or five other types of wealth of society traditionally has like cultural wealth interpersonal wealth they've only reared us for their monetary system and it's amazing how easily people can be bribed I think it's it's pretty telling with like say like you said Toronto or the city of Detroit or some of these other big cities that are facing this 5g or smart city transformation a lot of them were industrial centers traditionally so people would be going there for industrial work or in the case of Detroit the the motor industry and so it'll be fascinating to see how they are going from the building of cars and really the car culture to the the smart car revolution that they really want to put in and then not just the the the parameters out that will pick place on people as far as social credit but physically being able to go places it will the social credit system be tied in with like China you know how far can you leave out of your city where can you go if you are no longer able to take public transportation or drive her own car without being tied to the Social Credit System yes and if it's these new cars that the powers-that-be have decided they want us to rent in pools like from Google or excuse me from uber or from lyft and these sorts of things and years ago they are writing articles about this how the new thing was going to be no one's gonna own anything they're just going to basically rent it as they need it again the justification will be economic and I want to read this quote whether it's the justification for these third party cars or this is concerning Toronto but the justification here this is from the website city lab is somewhere here here we go they're describing this and of course the justification is it's going to be more efficient it's going to move more efficient so you shouldn't mind being watched all the time by the street camera for example on the housing front a collection of new mixed-use buildings up to 30 storeys tall would be built at a cost of 3.9 billion using mass timber and modular construction the high-rises would add thousands of units to Toronto's housing stock to provide mobility a 1.2 billion light rail extension financed through land value capture would connect the new neighborhood to mass transit even before the residents move in and it goes on and on but the point is efficiency and particularly monetary efficiency is what's being used to justify this new super controlled society I think this ties in really well with you brought up earlier the idea of feudalism I think this is kind of like a neo fuel ism that they want to bring in for people where individuals really don't own anything it's all rent renting or sharing and of course this is more like the the lower tiers of society were packed into these smart cities and these high-rises and smaller units and then from there where everything they want to put technology everything pay by your phone not everything like that so I think there is a lot of parallels if you look at the infrastructure like you said with the idea of feudalism and belonging to these Lords and then the idea of belonging in a digital sense to these the Lords with with ownership or a lack thereof yes and now the powers that be have been building this for forever and a day but certainly for the past 500 years and I should bring up that this what's manifesting itself in right now third party cars you're going to rent everything everything is going to be on the phone and so forth I've never owned anything already exists legally remember all ownership in this society that you have connects to your legal person it does not connect to you it connects to your legal person and that person is owned by the state so your house your car if it's all paid off it doesn't matter it's still the title is held by the capital letter person and what's happening now is that this is finally manifesting and so you you physically won't have access to the car or the phone it's just going to be rented speaking of all technologies and so this this thing's been building but it's it's coming to its flowering its it's foul stink stinkweed flowering right now because now we're not even going to have access to the things themselves it's not just going to be a matter of legal title or whatever that we don't never never ever own but now we won't actually even have access I think that's that's a great topic and something I I definitely need to research a little bit more and I think that's where what ties in with that's why I'm hoping to read that article by by Clint Richardson I've heard a little bit of his work and listened to believe you did do a talk with him about one point about legal entities and I it's unfortunate we don't we're not taught this sort of thing in school for some reason yes for some mysterious reason it great Hollywood final topic before we run off to our lunch here on in different states and different Irene different time zones by the way no I'm so Eastern Time which is good okay I was worried about that when I email this morning because she Mountain Time or Midwest or whatever um yes so I just wanted to close with where this may be leading this or what what people may have to do and um regarding the century it may become so the owner us I mean we ought to prepare ourselves for this putting a bow on things I suggest I'd like Holly to think about what her suggestions for this it may be that we may have to sever online connections eventually altogether you may become so onerous that the little pennies that people are getting from YouTube when they had structured their financial life upon it and the different censorships and so forth may become so owners you may have to pull out of it we may have to as Christ says give to Caesar what is Caesar's and literally return stop using all of these online platforms and we won't have that problem anymore it might be a bitter pill to swallow but in in that Bible verse they says you know when Christ said that give to Caesar what is Caesar's literally return to him his name in this case a legal name in in that context which costs a great deal of martyrdom but when we return to Google give to Google what is Google's return to them their online platform return to YouTube its user name and so far they may be a bitter pill to swallow but it will save us from the stress that Laura Loomer and Alex Jones and and and those beleaguered people are going under so my suggestion and what to do with these the censorship is just prepare for you have your loins Girt have the sandal and staff ready to to get the hell out Holly what would be your advice for this present situation I think that that's a great point and something important to consider I think for myself and even future generations so I myself I was taught penmanship and handwriting as a child and I still write to a lot of people I still have a lot of pen pals there actually some people who I interact with online but they prefer to write to me and and talk about a topic so watch my youtube videos but then they they like to write letters and I'm a I share a lot of letters with my grandmother and I've done some some Museum Historical Museum work and used to give tours at museums and it was always fascinating to talk about how the individuals lives 200 200 years ago there there was one woman who was an author and she was a prolific writer and she would write about between 40 to 50 letters a day to friends and family and that that sounds kind of book surd nowadays but if you think about how often people text or how many hours they're on the phone or how many hours are in front of a television if we start to think about maybe turning it that into spending an hour reading a book or teaching your children how to write how to handwrite because I think a lot of schools are moving away from that or penmanship and then as well maybe connecting to people in different ways maybe even getting to know your neighbor type of thing and I think this society this monolith that we've constructed with the idea of the the smart city and the social credit system really relies on people to like you say consent to the this infrastructure and if people can kind of go around it through interpersonal means and getting to know your your friends or the people next to you and your society I think we can kind of go around it in some ways and it might sound small but I think if people start to think about it as a whole it can have really big big changes and a big impact and at least slow down some of this project that we're seeing here and yeah maybe we'll have to get off these are your platforms at some point but I think like you said you're you've got your you're working on of you do a lot of writing you to books you do teaching all that sort of stuff might seem cliche to some people and no offense but I think it's it's so important to keep that going that's absolutely so as we wrap it up here if you want to support apakah so stacy's you have to find me walking around New Milford and gave me Federal Reserve notes because I have no access to these third-party things but Holly please as we round things off a plug how to contact you your website and also any ways to keep you afloat in this sea of Commerce yeah I do old school I do if my address here if people want to write to me a peel box 7 6 1 Sterling Heights I put together a peel box just specifically so people could get a hold on me this way and then I also have my my email is so on politican at mail comm if people want to get in touch with me that way so a couple different ways to reach out so thanks John sure Holly and I'll put that information in the description to this video do you have a patreon or anything like that if people had some might as well so this is this is my email here and then yeah what little funds I really don't get anything from from YouTube anymore so this is a patreon if you want to look that up and of course you know like John I'm not really doing it for the money it's more about just getting information out there so thanks great thanks so much Holly

18 thoughts on “The Future of Tech and Education with John Coleman of Apocatastasis Institute”

  1. This was so painful to watch. Did he say "titties" instead of "cities" at about 35:30, twice? Anyways, an hour of watching Holly passively, patiently cucking another dude. Yes i get it, Holly sweats majestic feminine modesty, glamour, and elegance but there is an extreme darkside to all that shit. At some point a man has to take charge or Holly will, unconsciously (even consciously) weaponize the afore said virtues, and seriously de-ball a man. The damage could even be permanent. Anyways, Holly is way too much car for him. I'm sorry if I have offended you Holly dear. Oh! and a lovely sweater look too, very uptown! I might add. And! it's almost the 4th of July! where is my "perfectly grilled" hot dog vid? Please.

  2. Oh wow wear suit and tie and be ''authority figure'' teacher of this new psuedo thing: Apocatastasis… Ta pokata pocata pocata!! Walter Mitty beat ya to it. Thanks: Kieth Oberman used to read thurber stories on Fridays, rembember that? Books, reading, not cool!

  3. Supper controlled cities??? Bull sh*t…. , how are we owned??? This guy seems to be apart of this new age thing, & you seem to be very accommodating?

  4. I think it's "motives,"that we have to worry about if, their "evil" or "controlling," that should be accounted….

  5. Youtube is total fucking censorship. I started a gardening channel here on youtube and on Bitchute simultaneously about a month ago. Here on youtube, which has way more traffic than Bitchute, not to mention my videos tend to show up on the first page when I do search results I've had 1 subscriber and about 4 or 5 views in about a month. Over on Bitchute, which has way less traffic than youtube and my videos don't generally show up on the first page of search results, I've got 11 subscribers and almost 900 views. Youtube (and Google) actually deleted my kcrich13 account before and I had to re-register as kc rich13 (I put a space between the c and the r) for a while until I was able to re-register as kcrich13 (without the space between the c and r) once again. I know youtube doesn't like a lot of my comments I post so I think they punish me by subverting my channel. Fine. I don't care. I can say anything I want or post any video I want on Bitchute without worrying about it being censored. People are going to have to learn not to get too comfortable with any one media site and be ready to move to the next one when the powers to be crack down. I use Bitchute first now and only go to youtube when I can't find something on bitchute. For some reason this video wasn't working on bitchute so I had to come over here otherwise I'd be commenting over there………

  6. you can't avoid the internet unless you're Amish. the gov will require it or you will be beaten to a pulp.

  7. From their (his) website: "Tuition for a full year of study is $2,000 per family. This single price covers multiple siblings or spouses as well." Sorry, I'll pass. This dude seems to be pulling something similar to what Jan was doing. Not sure why you are so fascinated with these types, Holly.

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