We Need A Word For This

by | Mar 21, 2017 | Videos | 29 comments

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You know that feeling you get when you catch a glimpse of the future that we are being socially engineered to accept? Of course you do. We encounter it with more and more frequency in our everyday lives here on the cusp of the New World Disorder. Today James provides an example from everyday life here in Japan and asks for a word for that particular sense of unease we get when we encounter the thin edge of the social engineer’s wedge.

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  1. the term your looking for is just plain old “technocracy”.

    Im a forklift driver and temporarily worked at a massive glass bottle producing plant.
    the warehouse stored approx 100,000 pallets, they replaced half the forkies with automated forklift robots who could lift 4 pallets at a time instead of 3 on a regular fork.

    they had initial teething problems but in the end one person monitoring 4 robot forks replaced about 6 regular workers.

    google images “robot forklift” and look at the blue one on the first line, you’ll see what i mean.

  2. How about combining two words in Dr. Seusian fashion: “Septiphany” – a septic epiphany. Or, “Vomen” – a vomit inducing omen.

    How about a “kissinger” – foreboding asskissing harbinger of impending fascism… James, you may have recently suffered the fetid sting of a kissinger. You’d better sit down, collect yourself and seek medical…wait…no. I think a kissinger is something you step in at the dog park.

    • Sorry, I must vote against ‘vomen’ because it would soon be used to describe ‘vomit inducing women’ and with all the names used in place of ‘women’ I’m a little surprised this hasn’t been discovered already. You may just start a trend here. Uh-oh.

  3. I propose calling it the Corbett Effect, perhaps because you were in a mall and the Gruen Transfer or Gruen Effect came to mind ( https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gruen_transfer ) which I first learned of from the amazing Australian Gruen television series about advertising, political campaigns, and the art of persuasion.

    Though I like what m.clare offered too.

    How about technoxious or technauseous?

    • 2D Corbett animation test coming very soon. 3D much later. It’s never too late to let me know if you have a phrase or few you’d like rather than random soundbytes. Once the character rigs are set up my animation can flow.


      Questions For Corbett: The History channel is clearly full of junk, but I do enjoy the guilty pleasure of half-watching the repetitive reductive treasure hunters on The Curse of Oak Island while I’m busy with other stuff. (BBC has some good ones often enough. Have you seen Assassin’s Creed?) What do you think of Oak Island and/or do you have any guilty “mainstream” pleasures that you’re ashamed to admit to?

  4. I agree that a term, a nomenclature for this concept would be important.
    An acronym might be a good way to go.
    “normalizing” “conditioning of society or culture” “nefarious” “covert”

    (“nefarious” or “covert” is important in that a society can evolve to a normalization of a beneficial concept. e.g. We don’t use old-time pewter (lead) cups to drink out of.)

    I am amazed at all the things becoming the “new normal”.
    Recently, anarchist Tim Allen has been hit hard by media headlines. Example: Anne Frank Center Slams Tim Allen For “Deeply Offensive” Nazi Germany Comment
    WATCH (4 minutes) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r7rpWLLPQSA
    In the video, he discusses how free speech is affected. Also, Tim humorously expresses concern on how we are being spied upon via our phones or Google AND how this has become normalized.

    More Tim Allen…

  5. For me it’s a “Technolution” where we are right now.
    I work for a major broadcaster and the camera men/women in the news studios have been replaced a couple of years ago by preprogrammed robotic cameras. (Could get dangerous if you should stand in the way).
    Personally, I’m a sound engineer and my (and that of many colleagues) occupational field is diminishing daily. Our job was to, not only record and transmit radio/TV shows, but be the first listener/viewer offering criticism. Now we are being replaced by software in the offices and always more by cell phones.

  6. I understand how James Corbett’s 3-4 year old might react the way he did.
    ANECDOTE – Back in the very early 1950’s when I was 3-4 years old, I had two reoccurring terrifying nightmares. One was “clowns”, a thin tall one and a short round one, the images of which came from a children’s book. My younger brother would not get out of bed at night because a whale was under the bed. He also got the image from a children’s book.
    My most terrifying, sweat causing nightmare was that I can’t move while a laser beam starts to go through my pillow into the back of my head. Keep in mind, I had no idea of the concept of laser beams nor any exposure to such during this era. At this age, I could not communicate well nor even define the concept. I did not talk about the nightmare. My Mother was so alarmed that she was trying to coerce me to see a Psych. I would say “no” and keep on playing. Eventually, the nightmares went away.

    NIGHTMARES & B1 – Sugar or coffee or alcohol or lots of white rice can deplete Vitamin B1 (thiamin). Taking Vitamin B1 often resolves nightmares (or sometimes depression). Vitamin B1 balances with Vitamin C and Magnesium…so if one gets a nose bleed, do Vit C …or if one gets leg cramps, take Magnesium in some type of citrate form. All the B complex vitamins are important, helping with mental and other body processes.

    • I used to take care of my nephew, and once watched “Frosty the Snowman,” the animated film they show at Christmas… when Frosty melted, my nephew burst into tears and ran to hide. So traumatic for him, it made me think about the impact that had on him (and other children, no doubt.) So a human-like character was acceptable in the storyline, but once he started to melt, for my little nephew, it was a ‘human’ melting. I expect that for James’ son, the robot was a human, but not a human, so frightening. Indoctrination starts with animated movies, with little cuddly robots. It’s their healthy brains that reject the image, or the robot. They’re not yet indoctrinated. James’ son will grow up with the ability to engage in critical thinking; lucky kid! 🙂

      • I’ve often wondered why kids are exposed to such awful images in fairy tales (Grimm’s are good if you want to scare the hell out of your kids), or with books like Old Yeller, then Bambi, then Frosty…Yuck. I think that should be just ousted because real life is going to teach them all about loss all too soon. THEN they can watch Bambi, read Old Yeller, etc.

  7. I like your humor! And actually, the term “oxymornwell” has value.

  8. Looks like a Downer-Bot to me. We’ve given up the skin and flesh of human interaction for sleek plastic and metal. If only for crappy directions in the mall.

  9. A Panopticon moment… seeing the real world behind the one presented to maintain somnolence. That shock when you notice the cameras trained on you in stores, on the streets, at the ATM machine… everywhere. That shock when you realize you have zero privacy. Behavior changes accordingly, by design.
    Recommend: http://www.igi-global.com/chapter/public-intimacy-new-face-book/36047

    Think about BFSkinner: http://www.acrwebsite.org/search/view-conference-proceedings.aspx?Id=9201
    Also see: http://www.archive.org/details/openmind_ep1313

    Or Cass Sunstein’s “Nudge” – controlling behavior by ‘nudging’ someone to make a decision in the way YOU want them to decide: https://books.google.com/books/about/Nudge.html?id=dSJQn8egXvUC

    Matrix moments: once you are aware you can’t unaware yourself. That peaceful existence many of my family and friends enjoy, they don’t want to wake up.
    Sometimes I’d rather take the steak.

    • Panopticon.
      That’s a great ‘real’ word that nails it.

    • Fucking hell. Tear down of society almost complete. Next up, live TV show featuring incest.

  10. This would be a snap for the author of “A Clockwork Orange ” was it Anthony Burgess? Anyway many good suggestions. I would submit ‘Hypnoplasia’;conscious immobility to avoid being controlled by an subtle improbability responce mechanization. Thank you again James C.

  11. new world order + odor = newordor

    The bad taste or malodorous air of something globally politically fishy, like dying oceans.

  12. Red Pill Moment
    Smith Spotting, or ‘outing Agent Smith’
    Bernais whiplash
    glimpse of the Camel’s Nose
    Omen recognition
    diversionary mismatch
    technohazard shine-through

  13. Wow! A lot of posts.

    My thought (as posted on YT) is simply combine two appropriate words…
    mortified + epiphany = mortifipiphany
    e.g. In a gut churning instant of mortifipiphany, you realise that the black hole is within

  14. I got the same feeling with my first encounter of facebook. It was asking me to sign in with my birthday to view a public web page.

    I didn’t sign up then and haven’t signed up since. I had no idea who was behind it back then, however I’m glad I went with my intuition.

    Mind you, facebook did not seem cute like the robot. Just a boring blue web page much like it is today.

  15. “normerging” “groomology” “Panopticon”

    Some great suggestions on this thread.


  17. Lots of great options for the above-mentioned creepy feeling that previously had made me upset. The video inspired me: When faced with technocracy, I will whisper “Freedom” and reward myself with ongoing, incremental actions to further free myself off the grid. I have a Special Note-Book to keep me on track. Thank you James.

  18. Social Conditioninghttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Social_conditioning
    Bernays and the Elite “…a dominant group exercises ‘moral and intellectual leadership’ throughout society by winning the voluntary ‘consent’ of popular masses.” Bernays believed that this was a functionalist approach. Stating “vast numbers of human beings must cooperate in this manner if they are to live together as a smoothly functioning society …In almost every act of our daily lives, whether in the sphere of politics or business, in our social conduct or our ethical thinking, we are dominated by the relatively small number of persons…who understand the mental processes and social patterns of the masses.” Such influence is made possible by persistent repetition….

    I also gained more insight by looking at definitions of words, synonyms and also their definitions.

    “Condition” – have a significant influence on or determine (the manner or outcome of something) – constrain, control, govern, determine, decide; affect, touch; form, shape, guide, sway, bias
    – train or accustom (someone or something) to behave in a certain way or to accept certain circumstances – : train, teach, educate, guide; accustom, adapt, habituate, mold, inure
    “Normal” – conforming to a standard; usual, typical, or expected. – usual, standard, ordinary, customary, conventional, habitual, accustomed, expected, wonted; typical, stock, common, everyday, regular, routine, established, set, fixed, traditional, time-honored, ordinary, average, typical, run-of-the-mill, middle-of-the-road, common, conventional, mainstream, unremarkable, unexceptional, garden-variety
    And more words…“Abnormal” – “Aberration” – “Perverted” – “Degraded”

    MAN – Molded Abnormal Normalities

  19. Affliction: SOBBSS Sudden Onset of Big Brother Sensitivity Syndrome

    Signs and symptoms: Feeling as if you are the only person in the world who sees this, isolation, despair, hopelessness, powerlessness, inability to communicate what you are seeing in a way that others will understand.

    Remedies: Regular infusions of the Corbett Report content and subscriber tribal unity. Get out of debt, eat a local whole food organic diet, avoid western medicine at all costs, heat with wood, collect rain water, grow your own food, don’t vote, don’t send your DNA to any company, home school your kids, don’t vaccinate, make lots of babies and have them at home, ditch your smart phone, plug in and don’t use wifi, keep trying to awaken others, don’t be afraid, seek God. !

    • …or PAINE: Panopticon Awareness In the Natural/Normal Environment

    • I like the use of acronyms to describe this concept Corbett was talking about. Much of our language is now full of acronyms.

      “Panopticon” – a building, as a prison, hospital, library, or the like, so arranged that all parts of the interior are visible from a single point. from Greek panoptos “fully visible, seen by all”

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