Robotization of Humans
We Are Becoming Automatons!
Paul J. Dejillas, Ph.D. - November 4, 2020
In the Christian tradition, next to God, the second greatest commandment is “Love Thy Neighbor”. But look, what we are doing to each other? We are killing each other, brothers against brothers, nations against nations. We even created machines to help us annihilate one another.
These machines have become our inseparable companions. Our cell phones have become our closest friends, even closer than we are to our families. They're with us 24/7 wherever we go. Without realizing it, we have become madly hooked and addicted to them.
We have forgotten that there's a kingdom inside us. We no longer offer our sacrifices and rituals to the altar of the Lord, but to the altar of the humanoids consecrated to the gods and goddesses created by the makers of these robotics.
The pact we made with the Lord, enshrined in the two tablets and stored in the golden Ark of the Covenant, which our body, the Temple if God, has become, has been violated.
We are ignoring the presence of the Temple of God that resides in us. We may have already destroyed this temple and drove God out of us. We have become soulless, spiritless.
"Know ye not that your body is the temple of the Holy Ghost which is in you, which ye have of God, and ye are not your own? For ye are bought with a price: therefore glorify God in your body, and in your spirit, which are God's." ~ 1Cor 6:19-20.
But we have instead morphed into robots controlled by dark invisible forces like puppets on a string. Instead of directing our love to God, we have put our trust and security on man-made machines.
We continue to produce digital machines and humanoids that are our exact replicas, able to imitate our thoughts, feelings, aspirations, and actions. These robotics have now turned against us, out to destroy and kill us.
It's high time that we regain the lost paradise that was once within us.
Oh, Lord God, it is us who have forsaken you. We followed other gods and served and worshiped them. We have abandoned you and did not keep your laws. We have disobeyed the second greatest commandment.
With contrite hearts, let us repent for the second coming of Jesus is near.
Are You a Troll, Bot, or Meme?
Paul J. Dejillas, Ph.D. - October 29, 2020
We are in the Digital Age and we find ourselves labeled with new lexicons.
Trolls are people who deliberately provoke others on the Internet into displaying emotional responses or simply for their amusement or for a specific gain. They live to make people upset and angry. They are people who leave intentionally provocative or offensive messages online in order to get attention or cause trouble.
That's how baiting people on the Internet came to be known as trolling, not because the people doing the trolling are considered ugly people, or such.
Trolling is defined as creating discord on the Internet by starting quarrels, upsetting people by posting inflammatory, or off-topic messages in an online community. A social media troll is someone who purposely says something controversial.
Bot is actually an abbreviation of the word "Robot" which means "Robot Player". In gaming, players are controlled by the game.
Bots may also be classified as good bots and bad bots. I will only deal with malicious bots. Malicious bots are bots used to automate actions considered to be cybercrimes. Beware of these kinds of bots below.
1. Political interferences in recent elections, including the 2016 US and 2017 UK general elections, without regards to ethics.
2. In the case of Twitter, most of these bots target key words and phrases favoring political agendas. They are programmed to spread unverified information.
3. Hacking, which are made to distribute malware and to attack websites.
4. Email address harvesting, password cracking, and Gathering content from other websites. More than 94.2% of websites have experienced a bot attack.
5. Scalping used to buy up good seats for concerts, particularly by ticket brokers who resell the tickets.
6. Event-ticketing sites, which are used by ticket brokers to unfairly obtain the best seats for themselves.
7. Bots are also used to increase views for YouTube videos. They are used to increase traffic counts and to extract money from advertisers.
8. Bots may be used to automatically post inflammatory or nonsensical posts to disrupt conferences and anger users. They can communicate with one another. In general, more than half of Internet traffic are bots that interact with web pages, talk with users, scan for content.
9. Bots can normally include conversing with a human, which attempts to mimic human behaviors. They can run without specific instructions from humans.
10. An organization or individual can use a bot to replace a repetitive task that a human would otherwise have to perform. Bots are also much faster at these tasks than humans.
A meme is an image or video that represents the thoughts and feelings of a specific audience. Most memes are captioned photos intended to elicit humor. It spreads by means of imitation from person to person. It can be transmitted from one mind to another through writing, speech, gestures, rituals, or other imitable phenomena.
Memes self-replicate, mutate, and respond to selective pressures. Most modern “memes” are cultural inside jokes. They’re a way of connecting with people across the Internet through unique photos that become instantly recognizable. Memes collect emotions, ideas and actions into an easy-to-translate format.
You might be a victim of trolls, bots, or memes. Nevertheless, you can be a troll, bot, or meme at the same time. It's your choice to label whatever you want to name yourself. You are the creator of your own world. But sometimes we don't know whether we are a lamb or a wolf. So, know thyself, as Socrates had been admonishing us.
I took the time and effort to study these new-age digital lexicons because I was trolled, bot-ed, and memed by these harmless and innocent-looking "Sponsored" advertisement.
Beware of Online Hackers
Paul J. Dejillas, Ph.D. – July 7, 2021
The month of July has not been so good to me, it seems. I've been barraged by a lot of intruders and hackers out to control and demolish my Facebook. I've blocked all of them, but they kept on coming back. I don't know how they were able to unblock themselves from my account.
The worst thing they have done is that they are using the names of my FB friends for their nefarious interests. I saw a lot of names who are my FB followers. It's highly possible that you're one of them.
It's possible that some of these hackers and intruders are not aware that their identities have been hacked because I know them to be also my FB friends. Please know that I'm not the one doing this.
My name has also been tagged several times together with a lot of other names and sent to the wild. I guess these are the trolls, memes, and bots I've been talking in my posts and in my books.
So, Guys, if one day you will no longer see my posts, I'm already out of circulation, courtesy of my hackers.
But I really hope that the FB administrators can have a serious look on this. I know I often get out of bounce.