This is probably making the rounds already, but I just ran across it: On Good Friday, Microsoft released an advertisement for their Hololens virtual reality art events featuring Marina Abramović as a virtual art performance. They have since deleted it from their arts page, but Alex Jones captured it and saved a copy of the advertisement:
This is not a hoax, so far as I can determine. It’s one of the few things Alex Jones does right, so let’s give credit where it’s due. The issue is the kind of “art” Abramović does. If you were paying attention during the Pizzagate brouhaha, which arose from the leak of Hillary Clinton’s mail server contents, you know that this woman was a major figure with her “Spirit Cooking” sessions. When folks began checking her out, they found she produced a lot of art with bizarre and sometimes Satanic themes. Some of the most alarming art was collected/sponsored by Tony Podesta, brother of John Podesta, a significant figure in Clinton circles and in the Obama Administration.
Abramović is closely associated with a painter named Biljana Djurdjevic. In one series of her paintings, there are a dozen or so prebuscent girls in some tiled space (looks like a famous magnate’s indoor pool) posed in their underwear to suggest they were being tormented by something the viewer cannot see. The pictures subtly suggest that ritual sexual abuse is about to happen. This is actually the more tame samples of her stuff. This research exposed a whole cesspool of “artists” that the plutocrats support with similar themes of child sexual abuse and Satanic rituals. They are no longer in the shadows, but are considered mainstream.
I’m not suggesting this somehow demands that we all abandon running Windows on our computers. On the other hand, you may feel so moved. What scares me more is that Google is even worse, and it’s virtually impossible to avoid their stuff if you access the Internet at all. And if you dig into some Linux developers, you’ll find they tend to breed their own brand of moral sewage, though typically less blatant. Yes, there are notable Christians among them, too, just like you’ll find working at Big Tech companies. In other words, this is how our world is, folks. Being stampeded into crazy dramatic changes is just as bad as ignoring the evil all around us. If you let yourself be shoved around by every wind of controversy, you’ll find yourself in an endless cycle of installing a different OS on your computer every day or two.
About the most useful thing we can do right now is to make some noise to let the plutocrats know we aren’t blind to their evil. Let them squirm in embarrassment. Think about the kind of chutzpah it takes to premier such an advertisement on Good Friday, of all days. Have things gone so far that they no longer even think about the optics? I don’t know if this will blow up into a real controversy, or if it signals that worse is yet to come.
I sense it’s the latter. I still believe Microsoft isn’t finished with destroying its own standing, and there will likely come a time when using Windows is no longer viable. The whole economic system, not to mention the vast virtual infrastructure online, has been in a very fragile financial state for a long time. This plague with all the mandatory shut-downs is simply exposing the rot long hidden. The tribulation is just getting started. Just stay focused on your peace with God.