The Binaries: Part two

Decades ago we were promised a good life in an advanced civilization but somewhere along the way that dream had been shattered. We had been implanted with computer microchips and monitored by small personal robots as we carry out our lives under surveillance. These robots are about thirty centimetres tall and they have to be with us everywhere we go, we cannot be, absolutely without them. They are all connected to a supercomputer which records our daily moves, we have to talk to these robots to make sure we think, say and do what is deemed correct by the government. And the funny part about all of this was that people voted to have themselves surveilled and implanted. They were made to believe if we did not have them there would be chaos. If we do not comply and conform with society, we will be taken by the enforcers who will send us to an island which is isolated from the rest of the world.

But I resist, I am the only one who is enlightened and capable of free-thinking and I will lead my group to save our world. We were meant to be on a different path, a correct path where intelligent life would be free and serving a higher purpose. The first thing we need to do is to destroy these robots, we can simply rip their heads off them, but are you brave enough to go against conformity? Do not worry about what the rest of the world thinks because once they are free we will be vindicated.I know I am right, I feel that there is a greater force on my side and in my heart I know I speak the truth. I am an actor, and I have to use my fame to show the world the lies they live with. It is my responsibility to help encourage people to fight for their freedom.

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