Controlling the Cognitive Infrastructure

O.K., mostly I’m writing because I haven’t written a blog in a long time and it’s not that I’ve been too busy, it’s just that I’ve been too lazy. I did read something this morning, however, which shocked the shit out of me and deserves a response.
Apparently, a woman named Jen Easterly who is the head of the U.S. governments Cybersecurity and Information Security Agency (which I had not known existed, and sounds evil as fuck, being only one letter different in its acronym from CIA) said (this is about a year old, but I’m just hearing about it now) “One could argue we’re in the business of critical infrastructure, and the most critical infrastructure is our cognitive infrastructure, so building that resilience to misinformation and disinformation, I think, is incredibly important.”
Cognitive infrastructure. Our cognitive infrastructure is our mind. She is, quite openly, talking about mind control. Now, you might say ‘no, she’s not, she’s just talking about regulating the internet’ but the internet, increasingly is our collective mind. You might say “Yeah, but you have to stop misinformation and propaganda,” but who are the biggest spreaders of misinformation and propaganda? Well, the U.S. government is definitely a serious contender.
Also, when they talk about controlling what gets posted on the Internet, that means they will block specific topics of conversation, people, and specific individuals, so yes, they most definitely are working toward mind control.
And they’re no longer even subtle about hiding it.

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