Electronic books despite the raving reviews and the propaganda that has been pushed to elevate these gadgets to the pinnacle and the forefront of the book reading public, are not a good idea for a few obvious reasons:
1. It is a fact that you retain more of the information read from a book or any other piece of literature when it is presented in the normal paper form. The screen format interferes with the information retention process of the brain. Why are we not surprised at this? It seems that a certain few ultra rich people do not want you having a memory of the past and refer to the “old ways” and the people who retain them as being “contaminated”. So it is no surprise to me that books are moving into this format en mass.
2. The second obvious problem here with electronic books is that when this device shuts down permanently and goes defective, all of the books contained therein are now lost forever. Not that we should be surprised at all because we already know this and many of us have faced this horrible experience with computers, so why would this device being a miniature form of a computer be any different?
3. I remember running across reports that had highlighted the fact that many controversial paperback and hard cover books that were transferred into electronic format, the so called “controversial” chapters or paragraphs had all of a sudden disappeared from the book all together. This isn’t just happening with politically incorrect literature either, all sort of literature has suffered at the hands of the electronic era and has had vast sections of the original writings removed. A whole chapter of a book gone, could that have been done accidentally? I personally very much doubt it.
I personally believe that this move to digitise all books is part of an agenda to incrementally erase information and the history of the past in order to bring in a “new history” and a “new understanding” on events of the past. Libraries all over the world are dumping thousands and thousands of books, documents and various other forms of literature into bins because of the fact that they now have digital records of the same. However, the issue here is that books and paper are much more reliable sources for storing information than electronic devices. Again, if those library computers goes belly up, so does all of the information contain therein, it is lost forever.
No thanks, I will be sticking to my paper books for as long as I can, for I foresee a time where you will only be able to purchase books in electronic format and this will be the step before banning books altogether. This is already starting to happen with music aswell. Don’t think that a ban on all books can happen, talk to Supreme Court judge Elena Kagan(JewISH) who is already on record stating that she believes that the government should have the ability to ban books outright. I challenge you to search engine her name along with the term “ban books” and tell me if I am wrong.
Of course there are two movies that spring to mind in which books, music and any other items of the past are prohibited from being in public possession, Fahrenheit 451 and Equilibrium. If you have not seen these films then I encourage you to watch them just so as to gather an idea of where things are heading to in the near future. It is also interesting to note that Amazon’s electronic book device is called Kindle. Yes, you can kindle a fire but you can also extinguish a fire if so desired. You have to wonder at these choice of names as it seems that they are often chosen to openly mock the dumb sheeple public as most people no longer pay attention to the important things of life anymore.
What is the Cloud? The cloud basically is a place where a person can store digital information on a hard drive that is owned and controlled by a company and that is remotely located away from the user. That above sentence alone should be ringing alarms at their loudest and red flags should be waving frantically. Why on earth would you want to store your personal information with an entity that you do not know? Shouldn’t your personally information remain just that, PERSONAL? In fact, what possible reason of viability can be used to encourage a person to store any form of data away from their personal selves? Here again are a few reasons why The Cloud is not a good idea either:
1. You do not know anything or any true information about the company that is storing your data, all you know about them is the information that they have provided to the general public and this most likely has been drafted up by their PR team. By the way PR is really propaganda and spin.
2. You do not now where the hard drives of the company concerned are located, your data is simply being uploaded to a hard drive in an unknown location.
3. If you read the terms and conditions of using the cloud with any company concerned, you will discover that they reserve the right to use your information, fragment your information, alter your information and give your information to other parties, in other words you give these cloud companies as much rights over your data as yourself. The problem is though very few people ever read the terms and conditions of contracts as they normally go on for ever and are almost always dressed in legalese terminology deliberately so that the average Joe will give up reading after the first paragraph, if he/she even progresses that far to begin with.
4. The company that stores your data now has more control over it than yourself. You have no idea of what is happening to the data that you have uploaded or what people are doing with it, where ever it is located.
5. If the company’s hard drives fail, your data is lost permanently just as in the same case as your own computer or electronic books.
There are many other reason I’m sure that you could think of but I have just listed a few to get the point across. I personally believe that this move to the Cloud is the government’s way to access your personal information easier and many people are simply handing over their information to this cloud scheme thinking that it is a good idea when they have no idea of the real agenda afoot. I have learned in life that whenever something is presented to you as being for your benefit, you better start doing some investigating and looking behind the happy and smiling reasons you have been given to use or to buy that thing.
The problem today is that people are so trusting and do not believe that others may hold evil intentions against them, even though they see hundreds of cases in the mainstream media per week that show one person exercising evil against another person. No thanks, I will be sticking to my own hard drives and I will be keeping my data to myself. It wouldn’t surprise me at all if many of this digital storage companies are actually government fronts. Why not, we already know that this is the case with many so called “charities”. Yes, I said it, do your own research and see if I am incorrect.
Yet again, it is very interesting how the term “cloud” is used to describe a remote information storage facility. You must also remember that clouds disappear, I will leave you with that thought to ponder on.
The Deprogramming And Decontamination Process Continues
May The Most High Bless You