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  1. The Benefit of Living With No Purpose - Alan Watts
  2. MASS PSYCHOSIS - How an Entire Population Becomes MENTALLY ILL
  3. HIDDEN MATHEMATICS - Randall Carlson - Ancient Knowledge of Space, Time & Cosmic Cycles
  4. The Illusion of MONEY, TIME & EGO - Alan Watts
  5. The Modern Struggle - Naval Ravikant
  6. You Have NO Choice - George Carlin
  7. Seize The Moment - Stephen Hawking
  8. New Discoveries That Completely Alter Human History - UnchartedX
  9. THOTH's PROPHECY read from the Hermetic Texts by Graham Hancock
  10. Life is NOT Complicated - Alan Watts
  11. The Best-Kept Secret in History - Brian Muraresku
  12. Knowledge vs Thinking - Neil deGrasse Tyson
  13. Reject Authority, Trust Yourself - Terence Mckenna
  14. How To REPROGRAM Your Mind - Dr. Bruce Lipton
  15. The Prison of Narcissism - Eckhart Tolle
  16. The Tipping Point - Infinite Waters
  17. Is Life A Video Game? - Elon Musk
  18. Millennials in the Workforce, A Generation of Weakness - Simon Sinek
  19. How an Obsession with SAFETY Leads to Mental Illness & Tyranny - Academy of Ideas
  20. Alan Watts & Eckhart Tolle - What Lies Beyond The Mind
  21. The Next Phase of Human Existence - Terence McKenna
  22. Who Would SURVIVE the Collapse of Civilization? - Graham Hancock
  23. FINGERPRINTS of the COSMOS - Randall Carlson - A Fireside Talk
  24. The Story of Creation Through Sacred Geometry
  25. Nikola Tesla vs Thomas Edison's Predictions for the 21st Century
  26. The Dangers of Victimhood - Jordan Peterson
  27. Love Your Servitude - Aldous Huxley & George Orwell
  28. Where is the Line Between GOOD & EVIL?
  29. Your Mind is an Excellent Servant, but a Terrible Master - David Foster Wallace
  30. DIVIDE & RULE - The Plan of The 1% to Make You DISPOSABLE - Vandana Shiva
  31. The False Idea of Who You Are - Alan Watts
  32. Society's Trap - Joe Rogan
  33. Jordan Peterson - An Antidote to Suffering
  34. Alan Watts - The Road to Hell is Paved with Good Intentions
  35. What Happens When You Only Pursue Pleasure - Alan Watts
  36. The Benefit of a Mental Breakdown - Joe Rogan & Duncan Trussell
  37. Rise To Your Greatest Potential - Mike Tyson
  38. George Carlin - The Planet Isn't Going Anywhere. WE ARE!
  39. The Bystander Effect vs. The Good Samaritan Effect
  40. The Secret History of LSD - From MK Ultra to Modern Mysticism - Thomas Hatsis
  41. How to Deal with Negative People - Kevin Hart & Joe Rogan
  42. How to Have a Life Worth Living - Jordan Peterson
  43. Walk Away From Money - Dave Chappelle
  44. 4 False Beliefs that Society is Built On - Dr. Bruce Lipton
  45. Choose Your Sacrifice - Jordan Peterson's Best Advice to Young Adults
  46. Stoned Ape & Fungal Intelligence - Paul Stamets
  47. Why is There NO Record of Ancient Humans? - Randall Carlson
  48. The Magic of Mushrooms - A Psilocybin Renaissance
  49. Nikola Tesla - Limitless Energy & the Pyramids of Egypt
  50. Why You Shouldn't Want To Live Forever - Alan Watts
  51. Flowers are the Key to Enlightenment - Eckhart Tolle - Evolution of Consciousness
  52. How Does Matter Give Rise To Consciousness? - Sam Harris
  53. Should We Be Afraid of Artificial Intelligence?
  54. Your Rights Are An ILLUSION - George Carlin
  55. Fear of GERMS - George Carlin
  56. Why Big Companies Make Bad Products - Steve Jobs
  57. It's NOT OK to be WEAK - Jordan Peterson Motivation
  58. TIME IS SPEEDING UP - Terence McKenna
  59. War On DRUGS or A War On the MIND?
  60. The War on Consciousness - Graham Hancock
  61. There Are Two Futures - Elon Musk
  62. Social Media is Destroying Us - Joe Rogan & Elon Musk
  63. Secret Knowledge Hidden Underneath the Great Sphinx
  64. It's Just A Ride - Bill Hicks
  65. The Best Invention of Life - Steve Jobs
  66. It is Impossible to Tell If Anything is Good or Bad - Alan Watts
  67. Privacy is NO LONGER a Social Norm
  68. 5 Life Lessons - Will Smith
  69. Moon Speech - John F. Kennedy (Animated)
  70. Why Is FREE SPEECH Important?
  71. The Greatest Secret Of The Rich
  72. the NEED for Acceptance Will Make You INVISIBLE - Jim Carrey
  73. ARE YOU AN ALPHA? - Simon Sinek - Why Leaders Eat Last
  74. The PROS vs CONS of Marriage
  75. Life is NOT a Journey - Alan Watts
  76. The Best Workout Motivation Ever - Joe Rogan
  77. Why No One Cares About Climate Change
  78. The Lost Ancient Humans of Antarctica
  79. Why Don't Country Flags Use The Color Purple?
  80. Why Does February Have 28 Days??
  81. H-1B Immigration: America's Secret Weapon - Michio Kaku
  82. Busy People vs. Productive People
  83. Why Do We Dream? Lucid, DMT, Psychic & Sex Dreams
  84. Types of Buyers
  85. Share Ideas with Whiteboard Animation!
  86. End of the American Dream: Wealth Inequality Explained in 2-Minutes
  87. The Magic Mushroom Christmas Theory
  88. College is NOT the Only Path to Success - Casey Neistat & Gary Vaynerchuk
  89. The Freedom of Being Nobody - Ram Dass
  90. The History of Money & The Potential of Crypto - Raoul Pal
  91. How To Keep Your Heart Open In Hell - Ram Dass
  92. Change is Inevitable, Awareness is Eternal - Ram Dass
  93. Population COLLAPSE is Coming - Elon Musk, Dr. Shanna Swan & Jordan Peterson
Lesson 67 of 93
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Privacy is NO LONGER a Social Norm

admin August 31, 2022

If you want to protect your privacy online then a VPN is critical. Visit to get 77% off a 3 year plan and use code: AFTERSKOOL The average American spends a over 30 hours a week on the internet. Every second you are online, your behavior is being tracked and stored into a file that can be sold to companies trying to sell products to you. Even when you’re not online, your phone is listening. In this age of technology, privacy seems to be something of the past. There is an illusion that the internet is free, but the fact is your personal information is worth a lot, and you end up paying dearly for it in the end. To most people, the lack of privacy doesn’t seem like a big deal. Constant surveillance goes hand in hand with the internet. Only 3% of people who use google have actually read the terms and conditions that they agreed to. There is a sentiment today that only “bad people” want privacy. Only those with things to hide care about privacy. But the fact of the matter is we all do things when we think we’re alone that we would never do out in public. There are things we say to those we trust in confidence that would mortify us if they were got out. When we’re in a state where we are being monitored our behavior changes. There are plenty of social science experiments to back this up. One the most famous experiments was developed by an English Philosopher named Jeremy Bentham in 1791. At the time, prisons in England were overcrowded and there weren’t enough guards to keep order. So Bentham designed a new type of prison structure, called the panopticon, which allowed all inmates to be observed at all times by a single guard. In the panopticon prison, every inmate was separated into a cell that faced inward towards one guard tower. The guard in the tower sat in the dark and stared out through a tiny window which was covered with shutters; so the guard could see out and no one could see in. Since the inmates could not see the guard in the tower, it created the illusion that they were being watched at all times. This design had such a profound impact on the inmates behavior, that all riots and resistance ceased. Just knowing that they were visible was enough to keep the inmates in line. In fact, In order for this to work, they didn’t even need a guard in the tower. All that was needed was the fear of potentially being watched at all times. constant surveillance creates a prison in the mind. The panopticon proved to be the ultimate enforcer of obedience and compliance and this same principle has been carried over to schools, hospitals, airports, the workplace and now practically every public corner of society. To those in authoritative power, Anyone who poses a meaningful challenge to authority must be stopped. So Essentially, If you completely render yourself harmless and conforming in every way possible as someone who poses no threat whatsoever, then you have nothing to worry about. . Here’s a powerful quote from 19th century philosopher, Rosa Luxemburg “Those who do not move, do not notice their chains.” Maybe not today, but someday you will want to explore an idea that doesn’t conform to the ever narrowing standards of society and when that time comes wouldn’t you like the freedom to act without being judged or surveillanced. Privacy is a basic human right. For more interesting videos please subscribe. To help keep this channel running please support After Skool on Patreon Special thanks to Glenn Greenwald. The script for this video was primarily adapted from his powerful TEDtalk. Full 20 minute speech can be seen here