And I will not be a part of it. At this point I don't care what they come up with. I will not obey.The internet of things will be the internet of behavior.
I can underline this from my own experience. I was never thought how to be a man, how to grow up, how to become mature, how to do the basic things in life. My parents loved me dearly and I'm very grateful for that, but there was no process of gaining maturity, life knowledge and life skills at all that was the norm in older times. The sad part is that this is sold as part of freedom, you're free to do whatever you want and that's what's valued the highest in the latter and current generations, also from parents. They were misled too and the children have to bear the consequences of not having any foundation when they enter life, basically guaranteeing that they're devoured by the destructive culture that the elite has set up since the 60s. They don't do this on purpose, but the effects have been disastrous for many men and women alike and I highly fear for how the generation of now is raising, with tictoc, smartphones from single digit age, internet all at hand, pornography, more destructive trans/climate ideology etc in school, less tradition (at least we had our grandparents to see a glimpse of the old world). Man, that's gonna be disastrous crashes incoming.I remember in the 90's when I liked a girl I had to pick up the phone (landline), call her landline, parents picked up, ask to speak to Alexis or whoever it was, then got her on the phone.
Not directly related but if the pansies of today had to do the same the world would be different.
It's like a entire generation's balls haven't dropped yet and they can't tell A from Z.
We literally, and this is from direct experience, have 22 yr olds who can't boil an egg and 18 yr olds who can't order a pizza over the phone. Meanwhile our grandparents stormed Normandy at 18. My grandfather was cracking enemy Nazi safes behind enemy lines at age 20 in North Africa.