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Prophecies of a Mad Man’s Manifesto could be the ‘Quick Fix’ to Global Economic Health

Prophecies of a Mad Man’s Manifesto could be the ‘Quick Fix’ to Global Economic Health

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Published by Gregory O'Dell
The Quick Fix is to end “The Bush Tax Cuts to the Wealthy Now!” Put it to a vote to the people. The majority that is unemployed and prove once and for all the wealthy few create jobs only when they pay for the services they use for free with a higher tax bracket!
The Quick Fix is to end “The Bush Tax Cuts to the Wealthy Now!” Put it to a vote to the people. The majority that is unemployed and prove once and for all the wealthy few create jobs only when they pay for the services they use for free with a higher tax bracket!

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Published by: Gregory O'Dell on Jul 25, 2011
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Prophecies of a Mad Man’s Manifesto
could be the
Quick Fix
to GlobalEconomic Health
What a shame I have never taken into consideration the writings of Theodore John "Ted" Kaczynski, commonly known asthe Unabomber, simply because I thought a schizophrenic had nothing to contribute our global body of knowledge or itcould be the media had me convinced that his manifesto, critiqued by experts, was science fiction delusions of adoomsday machine of behavioral political control.I admit Kaczynski work was painstaking to read; however, section 175 reveals an accurate prediction of our currenteconomic crises, but most importantly the roa
d to a possible “Quick Fix” solution to our current dilemma of economic
health. The following paragraph is a source from well.sf.ca.us as follows:Citation: http://cyber.eserver.org/unabom.txt  I am convinced that our leaders have this false belief that the majority of people of the United States and on a globalscale are tied in with a personal computer and the majority of which can be notified by social networks such asFacebook.The reality is that the majority of the United States as well as the world does not use, own, or have access to the internetor do they have a desire to do so because science has failed in develop a machine that can produce accurate informationKaczynski calls artificial intelligence. In fact, our current network is losing information faster than we can load it into thesystem..I am also a firm believer that the rush in to computer automation without human intervention was the root cause of unemployment that upset the whole social order of the times
accumulating to a climax in fall 2008 known as “GlobalEconomic Crisis.”
 Computer applications of today, are not reliable in any way or fashion to promote employment of those that have laborskills, who are the majority of the unemployed
and are healthy willing and able to put in a hard day’s work growing food,
laying rail, construction, repairing road ways, and reconstruction projects of our infrastructure which are the majority of Americans that are unemployed.Perhaps, we cannot get these programs going because they are public work projects that are traditionally the financialburden of the State and the wealthy few are content with more security to protect their own assets than to invest inpublic projects even if there is a huge return on investment.It makes good sense if the price of gasoline keeps rising only the wealthy few will be able to own vehicles and utilizethese public works so it is logical that they pay more in taxes for the use of public works such as hospitals, roads, publicbuilding, air-
conditioning, hospital facilities, airports, universities ect… that the majority of the unemployed cannot
 
“175. But suppose now that the computer scientists do not succeed in developing artificial intelligence, so that human
work remains necessary. Even so, machines will take care of more and more of the simpler tasks so that there will bean increasing surplus of human workers at the lower levels of ability. (We see this happening already. There are manypeople who find it difficult or impossible to get work, because for intellectual or psychological reasons they cannotacquire the level of training necessary to make themselves useful in the present system.) On those who are employed,ever-increasing demands will be placed; they will need more and more training, more and more ability, and will haveto be ever more reliable, conforming and docile, because they will be more and more like cells of a giant organism.Their tasks will be increasingly specialized so that their work will be, in a sense, out of touch with the real world, beingconcentrated on one tiny slice of reality. The system will have to use any means that I can, whether psychological or
biological, to engineer people to be docile, to have the abilities that the system requires and to "sublimate" their drive
for power into
some specialized task.”
 

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