Social Engineering Techniques for Beginners
Malcolm MasseyPreviously, the Weekly Nudge has focussed on various agendas which involve the incremental process of ‘nudging’ society towards a particular conclusion. Such groups of people that seek to persuade the wider population to accept their agendas use ...
A History of Social Engineering
Malcolm MasseyTo understand how we have reached the beginnings of a trans-humanist era we must follow the roots of modern day social engineering. Such a practice has been applied for thousands of years, but it could be said that only in the last few centuries has ...
Trans-humanism: The Consumption of Man - Part II
Malcolm MasseyIn the ultimate trans-humanist world, Man, or at least some men, will be able to control every aspect of living and be ‘free’ from the constraints of nature. Such men, thus, seek to control every aspect of our lives. To do this they must divide and ...
Trans-humanism: The Consumption of Man
Malcolm MasseyTrans-humanism is a modern term that is used to describe the development of technology and its integration with people in order to enhance human intellectual, physical and mental capabilities.
Free Speech At A Price
Malcolm MasseyEarlier this week a man was sentenced to jail for sending an offensive tweet to labour MP Luciana Berger.
The London Health Report: No smoke, Just Mirrors
Malcolm MasseyThis week the media reported on the London Health Commission's proposal to ban smoking in London's public spaces, such as parks and other green areas. The report suggests that children take up smoking because they are influenced by the adults around them.
A Picture Sells A Thousand Words
Malcolm MasseyIn this weeks nudge we will be taking a look at the rising popularity of the Selfie, a past time that is becoming so popular even the next door neighbours dog is doing it.
The Cost Of Contactless Payments
Malcolm MasseyIn amongst the drive for an independent Scotland, as well as the mounting propaganda calling for war, the mainstream media has continued to nudge us towards a 'Brave New 1984'. In this weeks 'Weekly Nudge' we will be considering cashless payments and their wider implication.
The Weekly Nudge
Malcolm MasseyIn this weekly blog I will be taking a look at those articles that are written or edited in a way that encourages the reader to develop a bias towards, or against, the subject of the article. This technique is most commonly referred to as 'nudging'. In some cases the desired result is obvious ...
UN Sustainability - Coming To A Town Near You
Malcolm MasseyDavid Cameron has attacked those in the countryside, who oppose the Government’s new planning laws, by suggesting that such opposition is killing off young people’s chances of owning a home as well as sidelining the country’s best interests.
Google On The Brain
Malcolm MasseyPrograms are being developed by Microsoft and Google that are able to track our future movements
It's Not A Crime Unless You Get Caught
Malcolm MasseyIt has been claimed, following ‘startling new figures’, that crime rates have plummeted in the western world. Robberies, car thefts and murders are all falling substantially, and, according to the data, in some cases crime has practically vanished. ...
Google and Microsoft know Where You Will Be In Five Years Time
Malcolm MasseyMuch has been written about the digital age and the menial day to day tasks that it purports to save us from; much too has been written about the enslavement of people through the digital age - an Orwellian world in which people are monitored and controlled around the clock.
1984 in the 21st Century
Malcolm MasseyNumerous articles in today’s mainstream media elude to the fact that we are fast slipping into a tightly controlled fascist existence very similar to George Orwell’s nightmarish 1984.
The Alternative Wolf In Sheep's Clothing
Malcolm MasseyThis years Bilderberg meeting saw a dramatic increase in attention than in previous years from both mainstream media and protestors, with attendees exceeding 2,300. This increase, more than double of Chantilly last year, has been dubbed by many to be a success in terms of exposure, with many that ...
National Farmers Union: Making Government Policy Since 1947
Malcolm MasseyMany people have heard of the National Farmers Union, but how many of us are aware of the power the National Farmers Union has to make legislation, or determine prices. In a shocking discovery, it appears that not only does the National Farmers Union ...
NHS Risks Silenced
Malcolm MasseyThe government has once again refused to publish the official assessment of the risks involved in the government's NHS shakeup, contrary to Law.
Jury Nullification - A Power of the People
Malcolm MasseyIn the US last month, a judge ruled that Jury Nullification, a jurys ability to over-rule the law, was still lawful and very much in effect.
The Queen's Speech
Malcolm MasseyToday the Queen gave her speech to both houses of parliament, setting out the forthcoming plans of the Coalition for the year ahead.