Never has a Huxley quote been more in order.
“That so many of the well fed young television-watchers in the world’s most powerful democracy should be so completely indifferent to the idea of self-government, so blankly uninterested in freedom of thought and the right to dissent, is distressing, but not too surprising. “Free as a bird”, we say, and envy the winged creatures for their power of unrestricted movement in all the three dimensions. But alas, we forget the dodo. Any bird that has learned how to grub up a good living without being compelled to use its wings will soon renounce the privilege of flight and remain forever grounded.”
― Aldous Huxley, Brave New World Revisited
This prescient genius was well ahead of his time!
“I use logic and common sense friend. I’ve read many books, each book is not 100% correct. Numbers and statistics lie all the time. Greed, and the fear of losing ones power are what drive the elites to do what they do. Suppressing our knowledge and technology, keeping certain parts of the world in turmoil.”
AN adults-only computer game rating category will at last become a reality with legislation passing Federal Parliament.
The new law fulfils the Commonwealth’s part of a deal with states and territories to include an R18+ rating in the games classification system.
“These are important reforms over 10 years in the making,” Home Affairs Minister Jason Clare said.
“The R18+ category will inform consumers, parents and retailers about which games are not suitable for minors to play and will prevent minors from purchasing unsuitable material.
“The reforms also mean that adults are able to choose what games they play within the bounds of the law.”
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