I'm not made of money

Reading time ~ 8 minutes “Give me your money!”, it sounds menacingly from all corners. “Stop the thieves!”, one is inclined to shout back. However, there are no robberies taking place; people reach into someone else’s pockets in a completely legal manner. But the perpetrators have as little respect for the property of others as

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The perversion of intentions – 03

Reading time ~ 2 minutes Although it is always being claimed that humans are tough – preferably testosterone-flooded individuals – at the end they are just biological organisms. Despite his domination preciousness, even the largest mouth ape must bow to this fact. Human nature is confronted with far more harmful influences than is good for

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Sacred Dependence

Reading time ~ 4 minutes Full of enthusiasm we fall for the created technology. Taken up by ourselves, every innovation arouses our fascination and is immediately appropriated without criticism. Feelings of addiction and dependence do not arise, because the use is subversively forced from outside. Without technology, participation in the current way of life is

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Neoliberal inequality

Reading time ~ 3 minutes Companies are focused on the fact that on the result side one factor towers above everything and the bigger and fatter it is, the better: profit! In the row of suppliers, however, one circumstance causes a bad mood: employees! Everywhere the most unpleasant cost producer; everywhere the unit under the

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Apple Mania

Reading time ~ 3 minutes Can you be responsible for the stupidity of consumers? No … but you can take advantage of this to make them dependent. Which company does not dream of a following in permanent delirium that buys everything from you? Not just the monetary offers, but also the intangible behavior? From this

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Malformation Television

Reading time ~ 7 minutes It happened in 1963, when the first Interstate Broadcasting Treaty (RStV) provided a uniform framework for the uncontrolled growth that had prevailed until then. To finance what was now officially Public Service Broadcasting, the ingenious plan was devised to make users pay for it – state-imposed Pay-TV. In return, the

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