Pou’s true story

Pou is the name of an application that reminds us of the ancient tamagotchis. It is an application that can be downloaded from Google Play and has already become one of the most popular, to the point that games dedicated to it have also been created on different entertainment websites.

Pou, the mascot for the control of the masses?

This is a virtual alien mascot that you can feed, clean, watch as he grows, change his suit, play with him and, in general, customize him as you wish. The application is available for Android from Google Play and for iPhone from iTunes.

However, could anything be wrong with such a friendly and fun pet? Well, it seems that Pou was designed as a social experiment, as a macabre plan of control from the very base of society, namely children.

According to this theory, before Pou was designed and launched, a group of prestigious psychologists and sociologists who are experts in human behavior were hired en masse to create something that would distract children in a powerful way and where children would feel they were interacting with something real, something that would allow them to isolate, forget and withdraw from the real world.

The purpose of this is for people to be entertained, identified with games, fashions, habits, music, etc., so that more effective control can be exercised over the masses. In this way, Pou would be just one of the lines that potential countries would be working on to achieve their goals and, of course, he would be disguised as something beautiful and harmless that can even inspire tenderness in us.

Be that as it may, Pou continues to make rapid progress and more and more children are looking for their virtual pet, which, with the exception of the Tamagotchis, seems to have the potential to become an even greater phenomenon. The reason: Pou can be downloaded for free on a cell phone and, today, cell phones are the main consumer product virtually forced.

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Pou’s true story
Source: curiosities  
April 1, 2020

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