For the past few years, Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg has been pumping billions of dollars into his plan to enslave humanity in the “Metaverse” – a digital “reality” that he’s created and controls.
Zuckerberg is absolutely dedicated to his vision of the public “living” their lives in the Metaverse.
So much so, in fact, that Facebook’s parent company Meta, which also owns Instagram, WhatsApp, and now the Metaverse, has pumped so much resources into the project that the Big Tech giant is now hemorrhaging money.
The Metaverse is Meta’s latest attempt at developing new products that trap users with addictive algorithms and services.
In 2021, Facebook whistleblower Frances Haugen accused Meta of targeting children and teens for monetary reasons.
She leaked a document showing that the youth demographic was “a valuable but untapped audience.”
Just weeks after Haugen blew the whistle on the company’s tactics, Zuckerberg unveiled the first public glimpse of Meta’s most addictive product yet: Facebook Horizon.
Zuckerberg’s choreographed October 2021 virtual tour of the new product was panned as “super weird.”
The project he unveiled, which has since become known as the “Metaverse,” is a digital world that users can essentially live in and access via a virtual reality (VR) headset such as Facebook’s Oculus Quest.
Zuckerberg’s creepy demonstration showed how users can “hang out” with friends and meet with colleagues without ever needing to leave their homes.
However, Zuckerberg’s Metaverse launch was a conveniently timed and thinly veiled rebranding effort to distract from whistleblower documents and allegations.
Around the same time, the social media platforms’ parent company changed its name from Facebook to Meta.
According to the Associated Press, the launch and name change show that “Facebook ignored or downplayed internal warnings of the negative and often harmful consequences its algorithms wreaked across the world.”
After the name change, CEO Zuckerberg has pumped more than $36 billion into making his Metaverse ambitions a reality.
According to a new book from investigative reporter Peter Schweizer, “Controligarchs: Exposing the Billionaire Class, Their Secret Deals, and the Globalist Plot to Dominate Your Life,” Zuckerberg’s $36 billion (and growing) Metaverse efforts are only just the beginning.
The book documents Zuckerberg’s ongoing plans to make the Metaverse the most addictive product in history.
One of the first virtual shops in the Metaverse was a cannabis store.
However, it is not the tangible drugs that are the most dangerous of Meta’s offerings.
The Metaverse brings new consumer product offerings, including physical and biotechnological upgrades for the human body, according to Breitbart.
Meta has already filed a patent for bionic eyeballs so that users can bring their virtual reality with them everywhere and never have to leave.
Zuckerberg is also tinkering with other brand-new technologies.
Innovators are even developing scent blasters that shoot chemical mist at a user’s nose to allow them to “smell” the Metaverse.
The list includes basic scents like chocolate and strawberry, and even “beach.”
In addition, however, there are more nuanced fragrances such as “fascinate,” “annihilate,” and “carouse.”
And while Meta’s VR aspirations appear to be failing with consumers, Zuckerberg’s obsession with the Metaverse shows no signs of ceasing.
His push is evidenced by its ongoing partnership with the popular Ray-Ban sunglasses franchise.
Last Thursday, Meta announced a new strategic partnership with China’s Tencent to make headsets cheaper and more accessible.
As Controligarchs documents, Meta’s losses are short-term while its Metaverse determinations are here to stay.
More than five hundred major corporations are also helping to build the Metaverse.
Coca-Cola has released a new “pixel-flavored soda” that was “born in the Metaverse.”
Another company called Taste the TV has devised a method for users to literally lick their screens to “taste” the Metaverse.
Critics believe that Meta’s losses mean that the Metaverse is doomed to fail.
However, the iPhone’s manufacturer is set to release its own set of augmented reality glasses called Apple Vision Pro.
Meanwhile, the Metaverse has major support from the World Economic Forum (WEF).
The WEF website has thousands of pages about the Metaverse and a new initiative titled “Defining and Building the Metaverse.”
Klaus Schwab’s globalist organization runs positive headlines such as “71% of Executives Say the Metaverse Will Be Good for Business. Here’s Why,” “Younger Generations Expect to Spend a Lot More Time in the Metaverse,” and “Who Will Govern the Metaverse.”
The WEF has positioned itself as the arbiter of “best practices” for this new digital world.
As Slay News has previously reported, the WEF is pushing for its “Digital ID” and “digital cash” to be deeply integrated into the Metaverse from the beginning.
The recent lawsuits by state AGs across the United States must get to the bottom of the addictive efforts, which are tantamount to mind control and seek to enslave humanity.
Zuckerberg and his companies must be held accountable.