Memetic matrix is the ocean we live in

How the information warfare destroys our freedom and democracy

By signaling the replacing meme, the troop triggers the collective behavior of territorial defense and aggression. It contains a strong “nudge” for action, and within the framework of the “higher morality” in territorial defense it contains the imaginary absolution to the use of violence. It is remarkable how this Neolithic feature began to wear a Christian robe, now blinking seductively at the American evangelicals .

In Europe, we know well the meme “Those up there are just taking advantage of us”, which was so masterfully instrumental for all dictators to climb up on the backs of the frustrated, from where they will kick downwards. Today, it is being used by psychological operations aimed at mass rejection of vaccines.

It is this disappearing “simple education”, capable of comparing past apocalypses with the present, that is why we have not noticed the sneaky danger of creeping digital fascism before. We’re drowning in memetic attacks by professional marketers who didn’t say no to the devil. They have complex digital analytical tools that tell them who we are and what we’re afraid of. It’s us who leave data behind on the network and we are perfectly fine with to reveal every single secret of ours. From this data, a strategy is created, the aim of which is the method of all dictators: Scare and save!

And we have still no idea. We are just lamenting helplessly how bad and stupid our neighbors are. No idea that the level of information and cooperation can be deliberately infected and destroyed. Moreover, we can’t imagine the role of artificial intelligence in the analysis and distribution, compared to which we play only the second violin in the orchestra.

Author, podcaster, propaganda expert. Vancouver B.C. Looking for an agent for her new thriller.