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So this is one of the big things you talked about in that.
All of the I re sources now are pretty much in the hands of companies and defense industries.
Okay, that have their own agenda for it.
Which is what you say.
Killing, selling, spying, killing and gambling All the good stuff in life.
You say that with a smile, but it upsets you.
I'm in day by day.
I'm enduring life right on down.
What disturbing is this is all being done by 99%.
Really good people, right?
Like the people working at Google.
I know a lot of them good hearted people.
They're just trying to make it sustainable business.
Right?
And, you know, I worked in D.
C for nine years doing air consulting for various intelligence agencies in Washington.
And, you know, the amount of nasty terrorist plots that they're squashed by U.
S.
Intelligence agencies is is amazing, like so many lives are being saved by the various three letter agencies in Washington and almost everyone I knew there as a really noble attitude.
And, you know, they know they believe they're saving civilization from destruction, So it's mostly good hearted people trying to do good for the world.
But yet the way society is organized, the way governments and corporations have emerged to be organized through capitalism Yeah, that's at well through.
However, you want to describe the modern all the garchik World economic order, right?
I mean, it's it's large international corporations cooperating with governments.
I think of it Morris corporate socialism than then competitive capitalism, about what you call it, that well, because large corporations largely controlled the laws of large countries, right?
And so if the laws of countries are being modified.
So it's to make life easier for multinational corporations than then.
In a way, it's a kind of socialism.
But the benefit is for corporations more than for people.
I'm in the vision of capitalism as this sort of level playing field, where companies air competing in the meritocracy.
It's not really what you what you see in the world, predictably feeling like mobile.
There's limited amount of bandwidth, gets a bam with well, that's determined by government in cooperation with big companies, right?
I mean, the Internet, who said to regulations for for the unit, right?
So I think I think they're so cross connected.
Now that it's not like a fruit market out out in the street or something where you have some free market and competition, you have humongous companies with trillions of dollars now monopolies and oligopolies, right?
Yeah and Avalon.
And they have a lot of lobbyists, and then they're getting politicians elected and they're sculpting the laws, and I'm in.
In some ways, it works incredibly well, right?
And I think there's some things these big companies do great, like the mobile phone.
There's something a little start up isn't going to make that at the present time.
It's really hard.
You have all these different pieces if we built by different subcontractors, right?
So well, im in large corporations certainly have their place.
And, you know, intelligence organizations have their place because there are psychotic people out there and they're nasty organizations that want to kill other people.
And that's sort of how the human brain works are good hearted people, smart people developing this ai.
But they're doing it for a lot of times, the wrong reasons and the other big because of the way society is or nordeste, right?
Right?
Yeah, that's the incentive structure and you know, there's the whole question, the U S of whether corporations air people, and that's a legal question.
But it's also sort of, ah, philosophical question, because you can.
A corporation, in a way, is its own organism, right?
Like no one controls it.
If the CEO or the board tried to direct it in the wrong way, they could get thrown out somehow, right?
And so it's its own organism, and they're sort of like parasites on humanity in the way that they're directing humanity in certain ways.
And I think.
But there's their opposing dynamics also, right, So and the Internet is quite fascinating that way, because the Internet is not owned by anyone that's not controlled by anyone because of that, like Iran is still on the Internet.
In spite of all these crazy international sanctions, Mobile developed a more of a corporate way, and you can think about like if if the Internet and developed like mobile HUD's And every time you went from one country to another, you have to pay some insanely high roaming fee just to use the Internet right.
But it didnt right now.
Bit torrent, largely used for illegal purposes but it's interesting like it.
You know, it got rid of huge companies that disrupted industries quite quite rapidly through enabling file sharers And, you know, for academic publication, academic publishers air going to be mostly obsolete by psy hub and lived in and like peer to peer sharing of scientific books and papers.
So these sorts of things show that there's appeared, appear decentralized mode of interaction that gives you hope, can't have a disruptive power.
Lennox, you can look at similarly right.
I'm in Lennar's Lennix Open source.
I had a lot of arguments about that in the eighties.
People are like that will never succeed because people need to be paid to do their work blah, blah, blah.
Well, you know what happened is open source, just it.
Inter penetrated with the capitalist economy.
A lot of people are paid to work on open source software, right, But open source has huge advantages, right?
And I mean that that's enabled the whole robot hacker ecosystem to come about for your raspberry pi.
Another little Lennox based maker kits you know you have Android is run is running on Lenox.
And because of that, you know if the U S government goes ape shit and says, like, Wow, way can't use Android anymore.
Well, most of its open source.
While we can use most of it, they deceptive put a different layer on top of the base of Lennox, which which is in their phones.
Or so I mean and most service on the Internet or running Lennix, which means that you know, Iran, North Korea, China anywhere coming all the services using easing living so it gets you away from corporate politics gets you away from intergovernmental politics.
Right?
So we see things like Lennix, BitTorrent, Sigh hub, Lib Jen Now Bitcoin and Ethereum in the whole crypto economy.
Yeah, let's talk about the Internet.
So all these are peer to peer things which are owned by everyone and no one.
And so this is one dynamic where increasing centralisation and Oleg Oppel ization is a different dynamic.
Both of these are being enabled and encouraged by computing and communication technologies, and they're in, like, coop petition with each other right there.
They're opposed, but they're also supporting each other in in various ways.
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