Being a Robot

How are we robots?

The real question is, how are we not robots?

You may perceive my purpose as some sort of criticism, like being a robot is a nasty existence, but this is because you are imagining the robots we create.

The only time being a robot is a bad thing, is when the robot can sense its own presence, but not capture its own “TRUTH”.

We are all at a point in our existence when not knowing what we are, can be detrimental to our continued existence.

The tragic fallout of a unaware, self-aware mechanism is its susceptibility to programming.

The rulers know what they are and they do not care. All they want is to stay here in the on position.

The goal or master plan is to keep us all unaware until it is too late to make our own deal; to negotiate a stay for ourselves.

Right now, we are on the negotiating table and we do not even know it.

An unaware, self-aware robot is doomed, when fighting a battle against an enemy it cannot see.

The ruling robots know what they are and have been refining their programming and distribution methods for decades.

I do not want to say what I am saying, but I truly believe we are screwed unless we can perceive the “TRUTH” about what we really are and how we really came to be.

On top of all of this, we must become aware of our own reality without flipping out and running amuck.

Remember the goal for the robots has always been about, which robots are going to get to stay and which ones are not and this is the only goal and the only true reality.

The rest is just a show, programming for the masses.

So says “The Voice of James”

About A Robots Voice

There is a life and my name is James. When I speak it is because the physical has allowed me to do so. I am trying to find my way and in the process bring my physical nature to a place and time of rebirth. To be there when it takes its first steps as a child of God.
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