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Journalists: Get in Here and Explain How Robots Won’t Take Your Jobs

Actually all of you.  What is your job and how do you expect robots not to take it from you?  The latest video by Kurzgesagt (literally German for “said shortly”) is a video, that describes very quickly, in a nutshell, if you’re into idioms, why journalists and other will be out of work soon.

We are all going to be sitting around eating lotus plants.  This has been a core belief at iBankCoin labs for years.  Do you have a plan for being a robot overlord?

Watch, then discuss…

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6 comments

  1. Raul

    COWARDS

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  2. sarcrilege

    This is a typical Luddite argument of 1800’s when the total population was under 1B. Now, with all the progress that happened since then, the total population is 8B and people who want to work still work. Same argument applies to the next 200 years.
    Nevertheless, get in here and explain how the current fraudulent ex nihilo credit creation by the usual synagogue suspects is not defrauding us of productivity, is not making us and our society into debt slaves, is not deliberately destroying middle class and how the usual synagogue suspects are not destroyers of humanity leading to de-population by means of war, famine and social engineering. Thought so…COWARDS.

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    • Raul3

      This has nothing to do with the Israelites. Maybe high schools could teach basic finance instead of geography. To blame the opportunist is a yellow-bellied move.

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      • sarcrilege

        I had no idea central banking was run out of the State of Israel instead of The City of London Inc.
        Taking advantage of opportunity, and being an opportunist, is not the same as using force and violence to enforce counterfeiting monopoly.

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  3. Raul3

    I used to work for the most successful sub-prime auto finance company in the world. We provided a service, for a usurious price. Players gotta play.

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    • sarcrilege

      Sure. But this usurious price charged by your sub-primer was competitive enough not to be dislodged by competitors. I doubt your company killed and murdered to protect their usurious monopoly and forced customers to use their service.

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