Virtual Babies and the Depopulation Agenda By Mrs Vera West
George Christensen has a great site dealing with most of the issues discussed at this blog, so we are common spirits, and he certainly sees the relevance of science being used in the technocracy push of the New World Order. He makes the good point that the young have been indoctrinated into the belief that the world is over populated, especially because of the so-called climate change crisis. Of course, this is mainly the white population; nothing like this happens in Africa, in places like Nigeria, free to conduct endless migration to the West. Thus, to satisfy what maternal paternal needs that still exist, if any, the idea of virtual babies, pure computer creations are created. It is cheaper by far than real kids, no actual dirty nappies.
Still, I think things are even worse, because materialism has gone so far that probably most girls are not interested in children anyway. Notice, that this is yet another AI social problem issue.
“In regards to psychological measures, they have indoctrinated the younger generations into believing that the world is overpopulated and that in order to ‘save the planet’ you have to stop having kids.
Ignored in this narrative is that people don’t consume resources equally; those ultra-wealthy individuals tell ordinary folk not to have children and yet they themselves consume more resources than entire towns.
You also have this promotion of the LGBTIQA+ movement and the addiction to social media (e.g. Tinder) that has ruined relationships and marriages.
The cruellest of all is the promotion of abortion (the killing of a child) as something that ‘empowers’ women.
All these measures have done ‘wonders’ in causing birth rates to plummet.
But the globalist ‘elites’ are not satisfied and have come up with yet another bizarre and grotesque tactic; virtual children.
Having children is a natural instinct and so cannot be suppressed in everyone no matter how all-encompassing your ideological machinery is.
And so the ‘elites’ are looking to offer a false means of satisfying this instinct.
Through advancements in artificial intelligence (A.I.), they plan to popularise computer-generated babies, whose ‘parents’ will be able to take care of, play with, and cuddle using virtual reality systems.
Some experts suggest that such a scenario is less than 50 years away.
Virtual children may seem like a giant leap from where we are now… but within 50 years, technology will have advanced to such an extent that babies which exist in the metaverse are indistinct from those in the real world. As the metaverse evolves, I can see virtual children becoming an accepted and fully embraced part of society in much of the developed world… We’re already well on our way to creating the Tamagotchi generation which, for all intents and purposes, will be ‘real’ to their parent.”
– Catriona Campbell, British A.I. ‘expert’
It would be just like the “real thing” they say, minus the “costs” and “worries” and a couple should opt for these fake babies instead of real ones in the name of ‘sustainability’
This advent of ‘virtual babies’ is perhaps part of a wider plan.
Just like they have managed to hook us into social media and made us avoid real-world interactions, they aim to hook our lives to the ‘metaverse’ entirely.
By giving us a psychological ‘escape’ where we can seemingly live out a normal life, they aim to ensure we never protest against them and their continued assault on our freedoms.
In fact, as our real-world conditions worsen, seeking an escape will become all appealing and difficult to resist.
Start training your children to avoid excessive digital use so that they don’t become trapped in the ‘matrix’ like others.”