Jason just posted our final Colorado site visit on my Youtube channel. We filmed an informal presentation outside the state capitol building in which I outline the “game” of poverty management and pay for success “human capital” finance as it relates to state-level developments in government-issued digital identity, tokenized behavioral compliance, global education trends, and my bewilderment at why so many people seem unable to acknowledge what is unfolding right before our eyes.
I know people’s attention spans are short. For that reason, I pulled three clips that are less than 2.5 minutes each. I hope you’ll consider sharing them with others.
The first is a one-minute message directed at the liberal-progressive-leftists with whom I organized for years both in Philadelphia and nationally.
The next touches on why data created by impoverished people is particularly valuable as the “global brain” develops strategies for waging asymmetrical warfare on natural life.
The final one examines the relationship of Peter Thiel, Paypal and Palantir, to conservatives. I also talk about how crypto / free-market ideologies are being leveraged to usher many of the folks who have been actively resisting the rise of the biosurveillance state through a backdoor and straight into the Global Brain project.
There’s a capstone to our trip, a forum Jason hosted in Denver. He’s still editing that footage, but it should be up in the next week or so. Meanwhile, we now have a complete Utah and Colorado playlist, starting with the questions we asked at the Mormon Transhumanist Conference in Provo. If you take the time to absorb this tremendous body of work and reflect on it, I’m sure you will see why this was an important trip for us to make.
What I wish my liberal-progessive-left friends (former friends?) understood about human capital finance.
Cardano, blockchained brains, and why the data of the poor is useful to the powers that be.
What Peter Thiel is up to with the Republican Party.
If you have 40 minutes, here is the full discussion of the state of social impact finance and e-government in Colorado.
Playlist of site visits for our Utah and Colorado trip can be accessed here.