The negative rays repelling me from my computer exceed my ability to approach within five feet of “it”. When I look at “it” “it” strikes a near paralyzing fear into my heart.
I have been working exclusively on a computer since the 1970’s. A Kaypro, a now extinct computer with an extinct operating system. It looked like a strong, rectangular grey box about two and a half feet by one foot by two feet. It was solid, dependable, and brought me peace.
I was, indeed, the only one of my friends to own a computer in those halcyon days. I cannot spell, and making changes to long documents with a manual typewriter is tedious. To me my Kaypro was manna from the gods.
Now computers have evolved into entities so thin they look like pita bread sandwiches. Their vibrations, which were totally benign, have transformed into the devil’s hand. They reach as deeply as possible into every corner and crevice of our lives like a virulent, incurable cancer. They know everything about us, including things we probably don’t even know about ourselves.
It is beyond any individual or government’s power to control their intrusions.
As our government succumbs more and more to control by the one percent, along with the ever- widening income gap between us and them, I foresee armed revolution as a real possibility.
We will need weapons’ training, and a well-stocked remote retreat entirely off the grid.
Beware the enemies you have welcomed into your homes, and use, and carry with you 24/7.
Beware the Enemies
by Lilith Moon
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