Posts Tagged ‘technology’

World Governor

Dear concerned friend,

Greetings in Jesus’ name!

As i have written to you earlier, i am commissioned to serve as Son of David/Capstone. Therefore, as you know, i have been running for World Governor. I need your help to move this proposal forward. I am not running as one who knows some management tactics, but as one in the image of creator-God who offers excellent good & service.

Up until today, i was under the impression that the US government or the Indian government were alone censoring me. But now, the cat is out of the box! We have an accomplice. Mark Zuckerberg has appeared on the world stage with his own proposal for a new world order and world government. Zuckerberg found this Son of David/Capstone easy to crush, copy, and advance his own new world order.

The Guardian had this to say about his proposal:

‘“In times like these, the most important thing we at Facebook can do is develop the social infrastructure to give people the power to build a global community that works for all of us,” he says. A global community that “prevents harm, helps during crises and rebuilds afterwards”.

A role that might be more accurately described as this: government. Because that’s what this letter is, a template for Facebook’s role in a new world order. A supranational power that exists above and beyond the nation state.’ 

As an AI expert, i can attest that AI implementations of misdirected policies of Mark Zuckerberg and his team, who are neither elected by God nor the people, can be a grave danger to the world.

Thus says the Holy Spirit: Matthew 19:23-26.

Thank you for your prayers and for ratifying God’s choice!

Abiding in His grip,
Your brother in Christ,

Caleb Suresh Motupalli
Son of David | @AgapeAmbassador of Agape Kingdom
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11
Jan

Open Source Economics – A Sham

   Posted by: Caleb Motupalli    in Economy, International Justice, technology

The industrial world has much to gain from making Software an Open Source commodity. Open Source licenses allow manufactures to bundle their industrial goods with the Open Source (free) software and sell the final product with a price tag. It is not the legalese that is in question here (because a “Copyleft” license can give the coder some leverage) but it is the very idea of “free software” that subverts software enterprise while also making software sound cheap. In the global economy the laboring states have much to lose from this. For the laboring state the industry is the human machine and this is what generates revenue for it. In other words, countries like India, which have plentiful labor depend on services for economic growth. The planners of India were brilliant in setting up Master of Computer Application (MCA) programs all over the country in the last decade or two. This has churned out plentiful knowledge workers to develop software of all kinds. Applications can be in any area of Services. But somehow the Industrial world within India has stopped the government—it appears—from allowing proper protection for software through patenting.

As someone quipped, “code (software) is poetry” and needs to be acknowledged as such not Open and Free.

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