To get up to speed, you might want to first pursue this:
Amazing Polly has been digging into the background of Ted Kaczynski, and discovered that as a Harvard student he was the subject of experimentation designed to break his spirit — and failed. She points to his Manifesto‘s predictions of what would happen if leftist ideology ever got control of technology, which, she argues, it now almost has. True?
You might want to read the entire Manifesto: Industrial Society and Its Future. Here’s one tiny excerpt, as or more relevant today than when composed, in 1995.
BTW: Trump tweets out that he’s monitoring the tightening censorship by leftist social media very carefully, as even noted by the leftist rag, Politico.
Trump met with Twitter’s Jack Dorsey on April 23.. Dorsey does not look happy. Would he dare to ban Trump’s tweets?
Please note that I am neither a Capitalist (who “believes” in individualism at the expense of the group) nor a Socialist (who “believes” in the group at the expense of the individual). As usual, while embodied in this 3D world, we are continuously required to work with, and choose between, opposites, by embracing them both as paradox and recognizing that each one defines and enhances the other: dark/light, unconscious/conscious, good/bad, male/female, etc. Each pole of any duality is only valuable when balanced by its opposite, and it’s our job to recognize and embrace both poles of any duality and the continuously shifting dynamics between them. In our little Green Acres Permaculture Village, for example, we continuously encourage and exemplify both individual expression and mutual cooperation. Indeed our sheer aliveness here depends on our ability to constantly integrate the mutual adjusting frisson generated by these two seeming opposites!