The List — Bilderberg 2016: Middle Class Becomes Aimless as Tech Takes Over

(Truthstream Media) This 2016 Bilderberg Meeting will be characterized by its focus on the growing underclass of “precariats” with insecure jobs and no future in an age of A.I.

While Bilderberg handles the propaganda coup to stop Brexit from succeeding and while they discuss the ways they have of dealing with Donald Trump, there will be a topic with far greater significance for your future…

More than ever, the effects of technology is being felt, and is ready to shake the foundations that our society is built upon. That means jobs with no security, few benefits and an economy with an uncertain future.

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Global Anti-Trump Coverage Proves the Matrix Is Real

The artwork for this post was inspired by the ridiculous Kony 2012 propaganda campaign that compared Joseph Kony to Osama Bin Laden and Hitler… exactly what the Establishment is doing to Donald Trump now.

(Truthstream Media) Hey America, have you noticed it?

The media has actually created a magical, artificial “news bubble” around us like a mythical rainbow unicorn where nothing else is happening in the world besides what would appear to be all-out WORLDWIDE anti-Trump propaganda spewing from every corner and crack of the planet, as if American citizens live in a tiny box where the only news that’s happening right now is how evil, horrible, and hated by the American Establishment, world leaders, movie stars, etc. Trump is. (Which, by the way, just makes everyone want to vote for him more, so if this is a reverse psychology plot to destroy the GOP so Hillary takes it, then bravo, it’s working.)

The propaganda is so thick, if you watch it too long you might go blind.

“I will destroy humans”: This Creepy Android Signals That All Those Scary Sci-Fi Movies Are About to Come True

(Originally posted at The Daily Sheeple)

You’ve just crossed over into… The Twilight Zone.

Just kidding, we are already there. We’ve been there for a while now.

The CNBC headline asked, “Could you fall in love with this robot?” and the outlet also called her “hot,” but the real question should be, “Can you see how all of those nightmarish sci-fi movies are about to come true in our lifetimes?”… although I guess the latter would have been an awfully long headline.

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Meet Sophia, a lifelike robot (partially based on Audrey Hepburn (supposedly) with “realistic” facial expressions and cameras for eyes that “jokes” about destroying humans (at least, I think it was supposed to come off as a joke).