The world has gone through an unprecedented transformation over the last century at the information level, which has created a field for mass media to develop, the emergence of internet communications and massive changes at the level of society or the individual.
In the following membership piece, we examine all aspects of Alphabet (Google)’s control over society, including the history and development of Google, the tech-intelligence complex, secret/advanced projects and an in-depth look at the ultimate agenda of the company.
The use of biometrics is increasing due to a combination of globalization, developments in information technology and the desire to identify and track individuals.
In the following video, Ethan Nash from TOTT News is joined by General Maddox from Real News Australia to discuss the increase of sophisticated technologies.
The mainstream media was designed to incrementally develop into a consolidated, corporate behemoth, which continues to promote an increasingly authoritarian perception of reality to the people.
In the following video, we explore various techniques used by the corporate press to manipulate the perceptions of collective society.
Individuals have long-explored the pages of fiction as a means to discover fundamental eternal truths about the surrounding world and to provide timeless insights into the human condition.
In the following membership piece, we take a look at all aspects of dystopian novel influence, including defining genres that changed literature, early science fiction, the rejection of ‘false utopia’, famous published works, authors responsible and an in-depth look at Aldous Huxley and the ‘Brave New World’ Order.
What is “man”? This age-old question can be found embedded in the fabric of recorded human history, and is re-emerging again today with increased urgency, given the current technological developments levering out traditional humanist reflexes.
In the following membership piece, we take a look at all aspects of the dehumanization of society, including historical perceptions of ‘human nature’, Nietzsche on the ‘death of god’, the decline of social structures and a look at the approaching posthuman era.