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Article by Leo Zagami
The European Union has its own metaverse, and it’s called the Global Gateway, designed in theory, to attract nonpolitically engaged 18–35-year-olds as a shared digital platform to meet new people virtually, and in the words of its creators “reflect on global issues to make a difference for our shared future.”
All rubbish as usual in this leftist virtual space with absolutely no relevance to the outside world, that has cost a lot of money to set up and already existed since mid-October 2022, when the EU officially announced it on Twitter.
However, aside from arranging in the last couple of months a few talks on subjects dear to the left, like eco-sustainable coffee, as well as the digital world itself, the accompanying trailer for the EU metaverse, dubbed the “Global Gateway,” featured a house music soundtrack announcing what appeared to be a rave in a virtual tropical setting defined on the institutional website as a 24h Beach Party to promote current EU’s programs in Africa. But it seems nobody cared when the announcement failed to surpass even 100 likes on Twitter.
“There’s seemingly no shortage of high-flying metaverse ventures falling flat in 2022, and the European Union was the latest organization to sustain a harsh landing,” wrote edm.com, a site that provides all the latest on Electronic Dance Music that titled its article:
“THE EU’S $400,000 METAVERSE RAVE FLOPPED AFTER JUST A HANDFUL OF ATTENDEES SHOWED UP.”
Apparently, Ursula von der Leyen, who organized the event in question, which was directed towards younger people in the metaverse, spent 387,000 euros on this virtual nonsense that gathered in the end only 5 youngsters plus a journalist for the party. That’s 64,500 euros per guest which the EU taxpayer ended up spending on this idiocy to supposedly promote the current EU’s programs in Africa.
Unsurprisingly, attendance was sparse—to say the least because these events are built to push something people are naturally rejecting from the start, preferring what the elite call the “meatverse,” meaning the real world rather than this insane virtual playground.
Devex correspondent Vince Chadwick, who was the journalist in attendance, was noted to be interacting with just a handful of bored attendees and Chadwick wrote in a tweet after, noticing a tepid turnout of “roughly five other humans.”
Technically speaking, the metaverse, or metaverses, will be a shared virtual space where people will be able to gather, interact, work, and play, all in real-time, but we are not there yet, thank God. Hollywood, known for creating vivid virtual worlds, is also setting foot in the metaverse as I explain in detail in my latest book CONFESSIONS OF AN ILLUMINATI VOLUME 8 From the Rise of the Antichrist to the Sound of the Devil and the Great Reset. The implications of the metaverse I redubbed in my latest work the “shitverse” and the use of Artificial intelligence in Hollywood and in show business in general, are said to be groundbreaking, but as I point out, are also very dangerous.
The LA Times wrote in July 2022 regarding the metaverse:
“Whether you like it or not, the metaverse is coming and Hollywood is getting ready.
That’s one of the many takeaways from investor and author Matthew Ball’s new book, “The Metaverse: And How It Will Revolutionize Everything,” which attempts to provide a roadmap for the metaverse and explain what it means for the future of the internet.”
And experts say that AI is also poised to transform nearly every dimension of Hollywood, with the same LA Times titling an article published only two days ago, on the 19th of December 2022 A.I. is here, and it’s making movies. Is Hollywood ready? Discussing the labor dynamics and financial models but also how audiences think about what’s real or fake.
“Artificial intelligence will do to motion pictures what Photoshop did to still ones, said Robert Wahl, an associate computer science professor at Concordia University Wisconsin who’s written about the ethics of CGI, in an email. ‘We can no longer fully trust what we see.’”
That’s the main problem in the future we will not be able to trust anything that appears in front of our eyes any longer. May God protect us from this evil!
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