Posted 10 months ago on Jan. 24, 2018, 3:39 p.m. EST by agkaiser
from Fredericksburg, TX
This content is user submitted and not an official statement
The Overton window, also known as the window of discourse, is the range of ideas tolerated in public discourse.
Happy birthdebt to you. Happy birthdebt to you. Happy birthdebt dear debtslave, Happy birthdebt to you.
“Mom, why do we have birthdebts?”
Mother, knowing the corporation was monitoring everyone through the birthchip implants, answered carefully. “Our ancestors made bad choices and we inherited the lawful debts they contracted. We must honor the debts by working for the owners doing our duty to God and his chosen lenders. The life-lien holders are kind enough to feed, clothe and shelter us as long as we continue give them their due.”
She carefully tried to mask her anxiety. A neighbor had recently been unguardedly anxious about debt and surveillance of debtors. The intellectual property police raided her home and found unregistered spoons and bowls. Failure to pay monthly royalties to patent holders or fees to copyright owners results in confiscation of all property a borrower was renting and dissolution of the life contract that had been violated. No one even dared to think that the contraband may have been planted by the contract/owners rights enforcers.
Though the recent birthchip upgrade had been designed to monitor thoughts as well as utterances and deeds, it apparently wasn't working properly yet. That or such thoughts as Mia is presently experiencing are considered healthy deterrents to material violations of world-owners' rights. However, if a conservative element regains control, more strict enforcement is to be expected. It's wise to learn to control thoughts and eliminate dangerous ones before they pass through waking consciousness. Even the most fascist Republican has yet to accuse our dreams. ...
Unknown to Mia and her child, a growing faction of malcontents had found a way to hack their birthchips. Corp-One was fed a diet of innocuous, ordinary and false life experience data. The privacy gained was used to devise ways to alter and awaken others, while exploring the possibility of revolution and other things beyond the Overton Window.