Stop Connecting With Your Past, Citizen!Chris Menahan
Oct. 06, 2020
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The Cultural Revolutionaries are angry that folks are producing and watching upscaled and colorized old footage of America and Europe and realizing what could have been.
From WIRED, "YouTubers are upscaling the past to 4K. Historians want them to stop":
The first time you see Denis Shiryaev’s videos, they feel pretty miraculous. You can walk through New York as it was in 1911, or ride on Wuppertal’s flying train at the turn of the 20th century, or witness the birth of the moving image in a Leeds garden in 1888.
For viewers, it almost feels like time travel. “That is something that our clients and even the commenters on YouTube have pointed out consistently,” says Elizabeth Peck, one of Shiryaev’s colleagues at Neural Love. “It brings you more into that real-life feeling of, ‘I'm here watching someone do this’, whereas before you're looking more at something more artistic or cinematic.”Readers will no doubt be shocked to learn Mark-FitzGerald is an obese feminist.
I suspect the real issue is they don't like people seeing how civilized our societies used to be.
They want us to believe "America was never great."
They want us to believe our ancestors were evil and our country was an oppressive hellscape.
A few seconds of video exposes the entire fake history they've fed us as a lie.
People were happy, healthy, respectful, modest, moral and beautiful.
The streets were safe and society was orderly.
The myth of "progress" we've been sold is a total lie.
We have to go back.
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