UnSpun 034 – “Dr. Hans Utter – Pokemon: Social Control from the Grateful Dead to Today”


Aired August 09-10, 2016. Dr. Hans Utter returns with Joe Atwill and Jan Irvin to discuss his latest research on Pokemon and technocracy, and how the Grateful Dead predicted, and helped to facilitate much of it.

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  7 comments for “UnSpun 034 – “Dr. Hans Utter – Pokemon: Social Control from the Grateful Dead to Today”

  1. Charles Christopher
    August 10, 2016 at 3:56 pm

    >the final stage of social dissolution is the society as one individual

    Do you have a link to the quote you would be willing to provide. Thanks!

    I think Pokemon is more than a “social experiment”, I think it has reached “prime time”.

    Consider this. Keyhole costs money and its satellites are slow and do not have ubiquitious access to that for which monitory gain can be had. Google street few also has similar limitations but does extend the Keyhole satellite view.

    If one wanted to finish the “last mile” visual recording of planet earth how could one do it? Hiring folks is prohibitively expensive and walking around with a camera would require visual markers and be a very boring job to do.

    However, what if people, in exchange for “entertainment”, would willingly provide this last mile recording service? The servers job is fairly trivial, place the Pokemon in places not recorded yet then overlap with other players and correlate the images to verify (no humans needed) the collected data and move on to the next area. Send back periodic “player” camera images to the server represents a massively profitable source of data.

    The result is staggering. For example, when one looks up an office Google now takes us to the “address”. But with Pokemon recorded data Google could now “fly” street view to the door, up the stairs, right to the office inside the building.

    There have also been reports of Pokemon being played at military bases, with obvious implications around the globe. This extends into non-military areas that are private and desire to continue to be so.

    Now lets go even further. Does your assessor’s office still show your home’s downstairs to be “unfinished”, as a permit was not pulled when you finished it? …. Well now that recordings have been made the accessor can add that area to their assessment and increase property taxes accordingly. Then we have license plates and having a database of locations they are at and their movement over time and place collected by Pokemon … Unfaithful in your marriage, the Pokemon data could easily prove this and be of value to Private Investigators without ever revealing Pokemon data as the authoritative source. The possibilities go on and on.

    With Pokemon I think the step from social experiment to true capture for profit has been acheived. The only “experiment” left is to come up with the carrot and stick by which humanity agrees to perform the next desired tasks.

    It is one thing to be a slave and know it, it is another to be a slave and not know it.

    As I suggest, I think the “experiment” is over, it’s now time to “monetize humanity” and gain profit of decades of experiments.

    • Pamela Seley
      August 10, 2016 at 11:38 pm

      Charles, you nailed it. The big G doesn’t have all the information yet. What better way to collect it for free than making a game of it?

  2. Pamela Seley
    August 11, 2016 at 12:09 am

    Lately I’ve been reading about “schizophrenia,” which seems to be a catch-all for various types of mental illness. Apparently, late onset schizophrenia is becoming more of an issue as the population ages. One has to wonder why? Was this a problem in earlier generations? I believe one of my elderly family members suffered from it but was too embarrassed to get help before they died. I’ve read there is a link to eating wheat and schizophrenia.

    I agree with Joe that all the celebrity hippies who promoted LSD in large doses, they themselves did not partake. LSD is also known as a cause for psychotic breaks, and schizophrenia.

    In the case of Thomas Kelly who was diagnosed with schizophrenia and died from excessive police force in Orange County California, the city of Fullerton has passed a law that they can now put homeless people who are schizophrenic or mentally ill in an institution if they refuse help that is offered to them–a sanitized gulag, if you will. I understand many homeless people who are mentally ill prefer living on the streets, but it is easier to control people who are doped up, either on prescription drugs–or street drugs.

    I’ve also read that schizophrenics tend to have high IQ’s, so I wonder if Thomas Kelly might have been a targeted individual because of his intelligence. The purpose of gang stalking, which is a criminal activity, is to drive a person to suicide. However not all schizophrenics–statistics are approximately half–are suicidal and about 10% of that half is actually successful in killing themselves. I think the psycho’s at the top of the food chain didn’t know exactly what to expect when they introduced LSD into the counter culture. Sometimes I think they were hoping for a Jim Jones type mass suicide, but instead, they have to institute Pokemon Go!

    There has to be a “home base” if gang stalking is to be successful on a larger scale.

  3. Earl Thornton
    August 11, 2016 at 4:54 pm

    Perfectly timed. Thanks team!
    Just a humorous observation – when I started the podcast, a Pokemon advert popped up!! Ironical, it was, fun times.
    Be well, stay bold.

  4. Bryce Callahan
    August 12, 2016 at 5:10 pm

    Check out what UC Berkeley is preparing to unleash…neural dust! To hard wire brains to the grid…

  5. marie
    August 15, 2016 at 4:49 pm

    It would be great for Dr. H to have posted here the links to the interviews of the GD members talking about this stuff. The same old question from me- were those members just trying to be on the cutting edge (like Hipsters) bragging about all they read, so enamored with being intellectual show-offs – that they had no idea of the negative gov’t implications. I recall Garcia’s interviews I don’t remember him being a genius. He just didn’t’ talk like our android baby boomer parents. He wasnt’ saying anything profound, it’s just that his generation was/is so damn stupid, it didn’t take much to impress us!! But for the love of dancing music… I ask again…was the guy being lead by the nose? (Freaks on opiates aren’t known for their decision making skills!) Or was he leading us into the mad hatter’s hat because like the rest of the rich Bay area crowd, he believed: the peasants are not worth respecting. And for what gain PERSONALLY? He sure as heck seemed to have died whacked out, alone and abused.

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