Over the past 30 years, the computer and internet have been quickly taking over the Western world. Bill GayesCities that were once filled with humans working in factories and making things, have been handed over to machines ran by computers. A process of technology and automation that often leaves a path of destruction, with abandon factories, cities and human carcasses in its wake.

The city of Detroit is the perfect blueprint for this future computer heaven, and human hell. It’s like hunger games, but with computers blazing the path in an Agenda 21 type world.

For example, the cofounder of Microsoft, Bill Gates said earlier this month that the increasing power of automation technology is going to put a lot of people out of work. Business Insider had reported that Gates gave a talk at the American Enterprise Institute think tank in Washington, DC where he said that both governments and businesses need to start preparing for a future where lots of people will be put out of work by software and robots.

Gates said, “Software substitution, whether it’s for drivers or waiters or nurses, it’s progressing. Technology over time will reduce demand for jobs, particularly at the lower end of skill set… 20 years from now, labor demand for lots of skill sets will be substantially lower. I don’t think people have that in their mental model.”

The Microsoft cofounder told the audience that governments should get on their knees and beg businesses to keep employing humans over algorithms in order to prevent social unrest in the wake of mass unemployment.

This process is already happening at a rapid rate.

Welcome to the computerized new world order, where humans make themselves obsolete, and depopulation is done via free will.

It is not only low skilled workers who may lose their jobs to computers, robots and machines. Higher paying jobs such as accountants, paralegals, real estate sales agents, and commercial pilots may all lose their jobs to computers within the next 20 years.

Here is a report confirming these predictions:

Rapid advances in technology have long represented a serious potential threat to many jobs ordinarily performed by people.

A recent report (which is not online, but summarized here) from the Oxford Martin School’s Programme on the Impacts of Future Technology attempts to quantify the extent of that threat. It concludes that 45 percent of American jobs are at high risk of being taken by computers within the next two decades.

So, it is predicted that Smart robots will take over a third to 45% of jobs by 2025. This will mean that we will have unemployment rates of over 50%.

I don’t know about you, but I see civil unrest in the future of the Western landscape with fewer factories, fewer people, and more computers. Hell, law enforcement won’t even need real human cops to police this unrest in the near future because they will have drones and video cameras everywhere. All they’ll need is one smart robot in a Google self driving police car to do the dirty work of arresting human law breakers and violent thugs who will be people putty in the hands of these steel robots that simply do not die.

People are simply making themselves obsolete…

The facts are, that most of them do not even see their doom coming because they are too busy looking at their smart phones and computers who they think are their friends, but in reality, they are their executioners.

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