By Mitchell Zhang, AP Student
The theme of invisibility is mingled with the theme from Mr. Robot
I’m real. Maybe people don’t look at me. But they don’t notice Him either. It’s the perfect disguise. We can walk through the world inconspicuously through the cyberspace. And no one notices us. Except for you. You see Him. You see us.
Then again, is any of this real? Do we want this to be real? Do we really want to
live in a world controlled almost solely by the elite? A world built on the illusion of reality through advertising and pills and social media? A world in which the richest eight people in the world control more wealth than the poorest fifty percent of the world? A world in which a conglomerate controls almost every aspect of our lives? But we can change that. Imagine, a world where debt is erased. A world in which “too big to fail” doesn’t apply. We can take down the conglomerate’s data center and free the world. It’s time to
take back control.
“Control is an illusion.” He keeps saying that. But he will join us. He realizes
something is wrong with the world. Something wrong with reality, or the mirage of reality. I once asked Him if he’s a one or a zero. He thinks he’s a zero. He thinks he’s able to walk away from this. But he’s part of something bigger than all of us combined.
He’s the one. He’s the one who is the ringleader. He’s the one who can expose reality.
But, after all, what do I know? I’m only supposed to be the prophet. He’s supposed to be my God.
And what about you? Are you real? Are you just an imaginary person in my
head? Do you talk to Him too? Then again, maybe it’s better to only exist in someone’s head. Only the invisible can see the invisible. It’s time to see the bigger picture.
We are fsociety. Welcome to the revolution. Hello friend.