“The fact that we take the trouble to assert something is more or less an expression of our sense of discomfort with something existing, or an objection to something existing. Personal necessity is born out of conflicts with social necessity, which inevitably leads to new conflicts. Whether we like it or not, every assertion based on personal necessity is a declaration of war against something existing, the beginning of a struggle against a system. Therefore, writing requires the physical and mental strength to fight through the struggle.” (Kyosuke Higuchi)
Egotistical hell and nice addiction.
Hana Kimura’s suicide and Kyosuke Higuchi’s seclusion occurred because of the bashing and slander caused by the justice addiction that “cannot forgive others.”
We are slaves to the platform.
“Facebook is the worst social media of all.” – Bernard Stiegler
We need to seriously think about EXIT from social media.
Masaya Chiba once tweeted, “There was a full-body Vuitton man.”
We revel within the framework of existing codes.
Now we can only play within the frameworks and boxed gardens prepared beforehand by corporations.
Games, YouTube, music, movies, TV, reading, comics, anime, sports, fashion, makeup, cosmetics, gambling, cooking, travel, and anything else that is considered entertainment or human activity.
The importance of “creativity” and “innovation” is being touted, but there is no such thing as playing with no ingenuity.
We do not devise ways to enjoy ourselves.
No, they are made to do so by commercial companies.
Everything is just for self-expression, self-complacency, and advertising.
Information overload and saturation.
The digital pollution of capitalism is controlling our minds, even our unconscious.
Capital is the power source of the web.
In short, money.
Our desires, our sexuality, our identity, our thoughts, and even our beliefs are controlled, stimulated, conditioned, managed, and controlled by for-profit corporations for their convenience.
However, the gestures of denouncing this are also made on platforms such as Twitter and Facebook, which are also for-profit corporations, and this is a self-contradiction.
Unfortunately, as Hifumi Nakayama said, “the only one who laughs (in the end) is the platform.”
There is no escaping such self-contradiction and self-deception in this accusation.
Is it possible to exit or break free from social media?