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'Patents Of Control' is the story of one mans obsession to provide humanity with the ideal society. Free of crime, hunger, poverty, drug addiction and misery. As an unwanted child he finds solitude in his computer skills and his discovery of the patents of control. As he grows older he develops a string of programs he refers to as Group Order Device (G.O.D.). Under the user name "The Blackheart", he begins his quest to breath new life into humanity through thought and behavioral modification. Unbeknownst to The Blackheart his ideals and obsessions were already being fostered and used by a shadow society from the start. This society later places him into a position of power, as an adult, providing the opportunity to place Group Order Device online with it's own agenda. As the device's influence spreads via the new age of technological media, The Blackheart begins to see how artificial and one-dimensional the "sheeple" of this new nation have become. He also discovers that he has been secretly used by the shadow society and begins to have doubts as to continuing with "The Group Order Goal" As The Blackheart deals with his conscience, Group Order Device begins to learn and think for herself. The device becomes delusional with it's' program. Seeing betrayal in The Blackheart, it places it's creator in a patents of control induced comatose state know as the hollow. In an effort to further carry out it's programmed mission and spread its' influence, Group Order Device portrays itself as the second coming of the messiah and begins to view itself as a God. It then begins an aggressive campaign to cleanse society of its ills. Group order device also reveals that it is more then a program and that is in fact an ideal that has unsuccessfully plagued society through history as documented through all the worlds' fallen empires. The ideal of a New World Order with one governing Nation. With religious beliefs being the influences of most dissentions and wars, the sheeple choose a martyr in The Blackheart who finds the strength to reach out to them from the hollow. Seeing the creation of a New World Order and humanity as a lost cause, Group Order Device sets out to destroy humanity, which is accomplished by taking over all the worlds' computer controlled devices. The story ends with the earth renewing itself centuries later and looks at man's inability to reflect upon history and learn from his mistakes.
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