‘My talk, “The War on Consciousness”, was presented at the TEDx Whitechapel event in London on 12 January 2013 and posted to the TEDx Youtube channel on 13 February 2013. A month later, on 14 March 2013, TED deleted the talk from the TEDx Youtube channel where it had accumulated more than 132,000 views, and relegated it to an obscure section of its website surrounded by prejudicial statements intended to bias viewers against it from the start and ensure no harm was done to the “TED brand”. At the same time a talk by Rupert Sheldrake entitled “The Science Delusion” was also deleted from the TEDx Youtube channel and reposted in the same deliberately obscure fashion. But TED’s decision effectively to act as a censor in the very real war on consciousness that is underway in our society has backfired. Although the possibility for the original 132,000 viewers to share the URL has been cut short, the issue has sparked an internet furore that continues to grow and grow and my talk has been independently uploaded to dozens of Youtube sites under the slogan “information is viral; it wants to be free”.’

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  1. Bob

    Doing drugs can be good – but when the drugs are doing us, things go bad. Left to our own vices we mostly become so aware of ourselves and others that we can correct ourselves. But once we become the target of law enforcement and a blackmarket value is placed on our state of conciousness activities – so many of our options are destroyed. Our social evolution is being herded down the canyon created between Wall St and War Mart. And only the terminally ill are given the legal chance to altered conciousness, that they may safely take their experience out of influence from this world. The drugs people take are no longer their own choice but are chosen by Black Market Forces haphazardly chosen by the War on Drugs Agencies.


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