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  1. Elisabete
    January 21, 2014

    You’ve hit the nail on the head Pablo. In fact, what’s happening is that people’s brains are becoming damaged by too much technology, especially the kind that is held closest to the head. In short, they are gradually becoming insane! The zombie effect, as you describe it, marks the first stages of this degeneration (It’s one of the stages of psychosis). Eventually, it will lead to paranoia, emotional instability – so that you can no longer trust people, or their judgement (imagine how this will affect businesses). Neighbours begin to turn on each other for the most ridiculous things (such as the fact that you have not mown your lawn etc). These are all the beginning stages of this paranoia and inability to make sound judgments. I know it sounds far fetched, but it is actually like a creeping sickness, and unless things change, and people no longer have access to so much of this kind of more-or-less useless technology that they are addicted to, the worse you will find it gets. There may come a time when a neighbour doesn’t just call the police about the little dandelion head in your yard, but will just shoot you instead. The human brain is not able to deal with such a high level of EMR (electro magnetic radiation) or wireless, and still function properly after a few years, and certainly not over a period of generations. You don’t have to be a scientist to figure this one out either, it’s just common sense – a survival sense that most of us have, but few listen to. You’re one of the few people who is listening, and you can see that something is not right. In the American culture diet is also causing serious damage to people’s health, which, as some people don”t seem to realize, also affects the brain, since the brain actually needs LOTS of nutrients in order to work properly. SO, combine these nasty ingredients, and you are indeed looking at a people who are seriously on a path of self destruction, as well as the destruction of future generations, whether they become sterile or not (you’ll find sterility is becoming quite common too).
    The USA is the worst country affected by this “zombie” effect you are speaking of, because it is the nation most obsessed with addictive, useless technology. It is a culture focused on cars. You have to drive just about everywhere, and there is nowhere to just sit and chat outside, in the sun, for the most part. Everything is set up to force you to drive, and keep moving along. I am European, and in most European nations, people walk around towns and cities. They sit in beautiful parks. They enjoy each others company outdoors, not just in cafes or restaurants. People need to be outside in nature as much as possible in order to remain emotionally stable and healthy. In the US, since there are so few places to just hang out in, outside, most youth, and people of all ages, just stay indoors, watch T.V, play on their computer, etc, etc. And the more you sit around indoors, the more likely you are to eat snacks, and junk food. You get bored and depressed.
    I see a serious problem in this country, and it’s grown worse in the past 14 years, very rapidly. I came to the USA in the late 90′s, and it was nowhere near like it is today. Fortunately, I’m planning to move back to Europe soon, with my husband (who is American, and who also thinks as you do) and our dogs. The Zombie sickness is spreading to some EU countries too, but it’s moving slower, as Europeans tend to be more resistant (their saving grace is actually their attachment to culture and customs, something which the USA has less of) – at least in some countries. I suspect that some of this dumbing down of the masses is being done deliberately, to make people less compassionate, to turn them more into willing slaves. Remember that machines are “cold” and mechanical. Well, the more time you spend around mechanical things, without much of a break, the more you might just become like one. Recently, as I spoke to a friend from New Zealand, living in MN, with her husband, I was amazed to hear that in MN, or perhaps just that town, I don’t know, pet cats are no longer allowed to roam about outside of their own yard. Why? well because of this strange, irrational madness that seems to be turning neighbour against neighbour, making people complain about the most insane things. There are also laws in effect that can prevent you from growing vegetables in your garden and attempting to become self-sufficient. Some areas have had neighbours complain about someone growing anything other than a closely cropped, clnically perfect lawn. AND, what’s worse is that the authorities are more than willing to oblige such strange, nasty human beings, who want to steal the happiness and freedom of others. One lady who had spent a long time creating a wonderful vegetable garden, had it all destroyed by the local authorities just because the neighbours wanted her to be a mono-human, a zombie just like them, with a neatly trimmed, boring yard!. How dare you be different and stand out from the crowd? If you do, you will be treated as a criminal. So, is it all by accident, or is there a deliberate agenda being planned and played out? Am I a conspiracy theorist?, well, let’s just say that anything is possible in this world, more than the average person will ever dare to think about or accept (because the average thinking person, is actually ruled by fear). The only thing you can do in the face of this spreading insanity, is to remain true to yourself. Keep you values, your ethics, and do not let yourself become lost in the jungle of illusions and distractions that the majority are definitely being changed by. In fact, it’s almost becoming like a case of the “Body Snatchers.” This is not impossible either. In the end however, it’s all about the choices people make in their everyday lives. You, have been strong and insightful enough to do what YOU want to do, and not blindly follow the mindless herd, ready to jump over the cliff. Believe it or not, there are others like you, who dare to be individuals, in a world increasingly full of zombies. Hang in there Pablo, hold onto your so-called ‘old-fashioned’ values. They are based on higher truth, and without them, we will not survive.
    Thank you for sharing your wise observations. It gives the rest of us hope that we are not alone.


  2. Pablo
    February 18, 2014

    Hey Liz!

    Apologies that it’s taken me so long to respond. Wanted to wait til I had some time for a more thought out response. I really do appreciate the comment you left.

    Funny you mention becoming sterile due to health and electronics. I came across a study a while back that covered the correlation between the sperm count in men and amount of time men carry cell phones in their front pockets. Also I remember reading recently (forget where) about how the count is much less today for men in comparison to their granfather’s. It attributed it to the types of awful food and lack of nutrients we consume. It’s led me towards changing up some of my own habits. Still have a long way to go for sure. haha

    It’s frightening to hear about the restrictions when it comes to pets and limits of what we can grow. It reminds me of that Dr. Suess movie The Lorax (never read the book). What your talking about seems like it would head towards how the town is in that movie. Hopefully, as a collective, we start coming to realizations and progress towards a healthier future.

    I find myself more and more irritated the longer I am here in the U.S. with the way things are. Headed to Panama shortly, hoping to establish some type of home base in a Latin American country where I can more comfortably create a life that I enjoy. Keep things simple and enjoyable, slow down and get away from the hustle and bustle of things.

    Thank you again for your comment! Glad I’m not alone. : )

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