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An excerpt from a book, I am writing, entitled "Rise and Fall: A Discourse Upon the Phenomena of Civilisation and of Decline", by Silas Gauthier. This is a small excerpt from the conlcusionary section; this section details my new working hypothesis regarding this injection and the nano-platform to be used to induce behavioral modification, potentially. Now, I discuss to a great length about very jargonistic concepts hence this may be daunting on your first listen. However, I can assure you that it is crucial that you pay close attention to this, because - as I will outline in the subsequent parts - this is entirely the path I believe the controllers wish to take us down. Simply put, the mechanization of Man; turning him into a directly controlled slave. Hence, "Social Automation". This third section deals primarily with the history and the exponents of this agenda; all the way back to the theory of natural selection and of Evolution. Moreover, I discuss negative feedback loops and also how this all ties in with the desire for the ruling class to outrun entropy or civilizational decay; as I discuss in other videos, the cycle of civilization plays a large part in this scheme for the HIVE control-grid and the theorized depopulation agenda.
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O. Nafcha, E.T. Higgins, B. Eitam, Chapter 3 - Control feedback as the motivational force behind habitual behavior, Editor(s): Bettina Studer, Stefan Knecht, Progress in Brain Research, Elsevier, Volume 229, 2016, Pages 49-68, ISSN 0079-6123, ISBN 9780444637017, https://doi.org/10.1016/bs.pbr.2016.06.008. (https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0079612316300942)
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