Has the internet doomed humanity as a whole?

Christian Cook
Christian Cook

has the internet doomed humanity as a whole?

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Jacob Martin
Jacob Martin

yes

Dylan Morgan
Dylan Morgan

no

Angel Butler
Angel Butler

maybe

Grayson Scott
Grayson Scott

Potential can be used both ways, but humans have a knack for using it in destructive ways.

Alexander Wood
Alexander Wood

internet
That's not how you spell "jews".

Elijah Bell
Elijah Bell

Not inherently. We just collectively misuse the most powerful tool ever created by man, and it will catch up.

Jaxson Clark
Jaxson Clark

You spot someone that you don’t know, never seen before, don’t know where they came from, looking at you. You ask yourself, “can they do a push-up or a sit-up? Does it look like they bench press? Does it look like they could make a quick dash or jog for a mile?”

All of that athleticism aside, it’s the “look”. Not what they look like but the way they look at things around them. Anyone who has ever stared down the sights of a firearm can spot someone else that has because they have a focused look. They are not merely walking along like normal people simply not trying to walk into something. No, they are the ones with that “hunter’s” look.

Do you see that two hundred pound guy in his mid-30s jogging by and in good shape for his size? You’ve seen him before, right, sometimes with a dog no bigger than a rodent. Now you’ve seen joggers before, but they’re not built like this guy, and if they have a dog in tow it’s generally ten times the size (for example a hound, a shepherd, or a retriever) that that is capable of keeping up with your standard 5-mile jogger. But this guy has a chihuahua. That means he’s DEA. He might have some tattoos that look ex-military, but any ex-military guys would prefer a working-class breed; so is he exercising his wife’s dog? No. The Chihuahua is his search dog.

Sometimes they even mix it up with a female officer, who is in really good shape. She makes it a point to stop and have cordial conversations which were unsolicited. The knee-jerk reaction is to accept it as flattering flirtations, but she is already in a relationship (or so she says) so you don’t find it odd later when you see her with the exact same odd guy you saw previously. Do you see that person that drives up and just sits in their car for hours? That’s a cop. Normal people get out of their car when they arrive at their destination, and go in a building, but these people have no place outside of their vehicle to go.

And then you have the CIs who do look like normal people but they don’t act normal. If they speak with you, they ask a bunch of intrusive questions. That person over there walking through the area with a camera, taking pictures of nothing in particular; another undercover. That person sitting on a bench that only looks up when you go outside; is part of the same stakeout. That phone call you get, that claims to be a misdial, your power going out, those are signs that you are minutes away from being raided once you confirm active presence.

Getting information on what is going on inside your home is not difficult anymore. If you have a cell phone account, it can be not only monitored for activity but also location. However, the internet is their greatest resource. If they can gain access to your router, they can monitor all of your internet activity. They can monitor you porn activity just to discover what your attractions are and send in an informant. Or they can access any camera and microphone you have connected to the internet and use it for their surveillance purposes.

Liam Wright
Liam Wright

This is a technically correct response, but one that also misses the point. If hypothetically humanity is inherently bound to misuse a technology, then how can the technology be a net benefit in any meaningful sense? It's like people arguing that communism isn't flawed, but people are. Whoopee, a system that is "perfect" but unusable for the intended audience.

Thomas Johnson
Thomas Johnson

The internet managed to wake up huge chunks of the population who would never have access to any redpilling content.
But it also did everything bad and destructive.
It's a mixed bag. I would say it's good because the evil it did could have been done by other mediums (as they were), but not the good.
The good it did was exclusively proper.

Jaxson Davis
Jaxson Davis

The real question is did internet do more harm than TV would have if the internet didn't exist? That's where the analysis needs to be made.

Alexander Hill
Alexander Hill

It doesn't matter, because it did a good TV would never manage to make.

Brody Adams
Brody Adams

The internet managed to wake up huge chunks of the population who would never have access to any redpilling content
And only a free internet without censorship can do this.

The real question is did internet do more harm than TV would have if the internet didn't exist? That's where the analysis needs to be made.
TV is one-way. Only propaganda. Internet enables discussion and exchanging ideas.

Kevin Cruz
Kevin Cruz

I messed up. Its in the middle of the night here... Meant to also answer to

Hudson Rogers
Hudson Rogers

Easy access to information is always good. The main problem right now is centralization. (Propaganda isn't an issue because if you fall for propaganda it probably means you're a stupid person.) If we can get to the point where it's utterly impossible for governments to censor or bring down the net it would be optimal.

Jackson James
Jackson James

and that's not possible as long as they exist

Nathan Lopez
Nathan Lopez

Pretty much. It has numbed people. Even if you read "redpilled" content, well you're still sitting there reading...

Liam Gonzalez
Liam Gonzalez

It's hard to say. I think wrong usage of the internet is making people mentally ill. We are certainly over-using it as a solution to anything and everything right now. I hope eventually we'll learn the dangers and take a more responsible approach. It happened and worked before.

Levi Mitchell
Levi Mitchell

What is this """humanity"""? If you count skynet as a part of humanity, as it's made by humans and uses humans, then no, it's only helping humanity. If you measure humanity by self-improvement, critical thought and whatnot, then yes, humanity is doomed: the internet thrives on making you feel good, not on making you a better person.

Internet enables discussion and exchanging ideas.
Internet also enables echochambers.

Hudson Bennett
Hudson Bennett

Shut up nigger

Colton Stewart
Colton Stewart

Internet is just our creation.
What have doomed us is us, or should I say, some people with adresses and names.
Some people chose to build factories, and to wageslave massively the population.
Anything that come out of it can only harm and more alienate us, even if technology can seem to be great at first. But faster communications accelerate globalisation, which is destroying everything on its way.

Seriously, a simple life, working on your crops, on your land, with your house, and your family, and die that way, compared to living in shoe boxes, in the middle of cities extremly polluted, wired to wires directly connected to the government all day long, to go and wageslave in some random company that will try to make you work until you can't think.
Sorry, I prefer the first option if I could.

Carson Wright
Carson Wright

I kind of agree, but on the other hand, imagine if the internet disappeared today. I mean people couldn't know waste time on facebook and such, so they would start fucking thinking. And maybe something would change then.

Sebastian Kelly
Sebastian Kelly

I've been wondering, is this board really full of people who does a certain kind of illegal stuff that would warrant a raid?

Austin Jones
Austin Jones

That would be everyone these days. archive.fo/4oz9c

Anthony White
Anthony White

I don't know, can you repeat the question?

Michael Clark
Michael Clark

Suddenly, the third world country I live in doesn't seem so bad after all.

Jaxson Sanders
Jaxson Sanders

BC100,000
has fire doomed humanity as a whole?

AD1000
have guns doomed humanity as a whole?

1820s
has chemistry doomed humanity as a whole?

late 1800s
has electricity doomed humanity as a whole?

1930s
has rocketry doomed humanity as a whole?

1950s
has nuclear power doomed humanity as a whole?

I think you get the picture.

Lincoln Smith
Lincoln Smith

But out of those only the internet is taking over our minds. And with AI it will be even worse.

Alexander Flores
Alexander Flores

The answer is simple: Progressism is a lie.
And this, is an incredible idea. Because it destroys everything this society is based on, and force you to build a new world, a new history, a new everything.
If everything don't get better with time, then what was then the men of the past? What truly is the apex of civilization? What truly is the most important? Where are we coming from?

You'll have to destroy a lot of bullshit though, but it's worth to make the trip.

The solution is not to look at Utopia in the future, but in the past.
If you want an introduction to this idea, read Julius Evola's book "Revolt against the modern world", and dig from it.

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Lucas Evans
Lucas Evans

has the abrahamic bullshit doomed humanity as a whole?

Bentley Diaz
Bentley Diaz

Governments did.

Ian Bennett
Ian Bennett

Internet also enables echochambers.
Depends on the admins/mods. And he mentioned it:
And only a free internet without censorship can do this.

But faster communications accelerate globalisation
It doesn't you could ship niggers to Europe without internet too and tell them on TV how great all that is. Essentially this is done at the moment because the huge masses still haven't caught onto the INTERNET and only hang out on safely regulated personal websites where they discuss how great they noodles they made are or Amazon and Ebay to buy and sell stuff and watch TV and Youtube which is also safely regulated and anything they dislike gets deleted instantly or region-locked or age-restricted.
Anything beyond that is still niche in relativity to actual normalfag things.
compared to
All of that is possible with or without the internet.

Juan Williams
Juan Williams

I don't understand your post.
Are you for the removal of culture or against it?

Ethan Sullivan
Ethan Sullivan

removal of culture
I don't understand this either.
The goal, would be to understand and re-appropriate the essence of the truth, and reapply it in our life and institution according to our time and our today's condition.

The problem is the absence of goal, of truth, or even some would say the presence of an "anti-truth", a will to build a world that would be entirely based on the absolute opposite of what the truth and the natural human aspiration should be.

Again, read Julius Evola.

Jordan Gray
Jordan Gray

read XYZ to understand my words
You're not on /trannypol/index.html !

Ryder Walker
Ryder Walker

No. Internet is a way of communication, like HAM radio, with more information exchange.

Smartphones and social network crap ruined the humanity.

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Robert Jenkins
Robert Jenkins

Smartphones and social network crap ruined the humanity.
This. They exist to keep normalfags encapsulated from reality.
Whenever they go to some other website, they demand that the users behave like they see each other irl and aren't rude or get banned for not behaving like they wish.
The main problem here isn't that behaviour but the places made to make normalfags adopt that behaviour.

Michael Fisher
Michael Fisher

epik selfie XD upboated

Blake Harris
Blake Harris

those american indian ones
whatcha doin rabbi?

Ethan Johnson
Ethan Johnson

Humanity was doomed the moment there were more than 10 of them in a quarter square mile radius.

Mason Peterson
Mason Peterson

it also enables echochambers.
That's what he said.

William Phillips
William Phillips

epic

Nolan Green
Nolan Green

define doomed

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Noah Barnes
Noah Barnes

Humanity has doomed the internet as a whole. And everything else, including itself.

Thomas Myers
Thomas Myers

I have such a strong frustration around short sighted, selfish humans, who do not see that robot slavery is the path to Utopia.
It's not fair to me that a robot take my job! I can't be expected to be flawless and work 24 hours a day, this is bullshit.
It's not fair to everyone else that you keep your job just for the sake of keeping your job and your personal self satiated.

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Matthew Johnson
Matthew Johnson

I think the consequences of the Boomer generation would have been disastrous without the Internet.

Jose Campbell
Jose Campbell

and that's the whole point of social(ist) networks like Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr whatever else, it's nothing but control.
Internet, 1998-2008 was what our generation grew up with, the age of reinformation, piracy, an alternative to TV and mass media.
Since a decade it's the decline and the "generation Z" is this cancer.

normies are not normal, this is the typical kind of guy I meet on Facebook ( I have a few, all with fake name on a proxy and isolated browser)

When you check the people posting on these things, it's clear that smartphones and all this kind of shit have only one purpose ; spreading idiocy and unique thinking.

Smartphones makes you dumb.

I wonder why this guy even sends me his face. This can't be normal.

Kayden Richardson
Kayden Richardson

The answer to "It's not fair that a robot takes my job!" is "It's not fair that you have to work, either."

Jaxon Johnson
Jaxon Johnson

Notice the jump from 100,000 BC to 1000 AD in the examples. It's only 200 years after the industrial revolution, and now the economy/environment is so warped that going back to a pre-industrial society would kill billions of people. At the same time, going "forward" means letting AI's take over every aspect of human endeavor.

Point is, why claim success after only 200 years? That's a long time for a person, but it's a blink of an eye for humanity. The human race 200,000 years old (or millions if you want to group similar-looking ancestors).

Gavin Reyes
Gavin Reyes

The human race 200,000 years old
"For decades, researchers seeking the origin of our species have scoured the Great Rift Valley of East Africa. Now, their quest has taken an unexpected detour west to Morocco: Researchers have redated a long-overlooked skull from a cave called Jebel Irhoud to a startling 300,000 years ago, and unearthed new fossils and stone tools. The result is the oldest well-dated evidence of Homo sapiens, pushing back the appearance of our kind by 100,000 years."
sciencemag.org/news/2017/06/world-s-oldest-homo-sapiens-fossils-found-morocco

Nolan Myers
Nolan Myers

This. The internet itself is a neutral medium. The gift it brought was leveling the playing field for the spread of information and ideas, away from one that was almost completely in the hands of the kikes.

Government can't shut down free speech on the internet without people knowing it's happening.

The internet didn't take over anyone's mind. Kike-controlled mass media had already done that. The internet allowed a lot of us to free our minds.

Austin Phillips
Austin Phillips

selfish humans
so all humans
It's not fair to everyone else that you keep your job just for the sake of keeping your job and your personal self satiated.
Their is nothing objective about the debate on if automation is good. People’s opinions are “whatever’s in my self interest.” Because people are selfish. People who support automation and those who oppose it have their position on the matter set for the same reason. Material self interest. This has been true sense the dawn of civilization.
and that's the whole point of social(ist) networks like Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr whatever else, it's nothing but control.
private companies are socialist
???

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Nolan Bell
Nolan Bell

Can't have robot work force unless you implement UBI first otherwise you'll end up with Enoch's Hammer.

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