This is an example of extreme bias in writing.
The Body Is Not a Computer-Stop Thinking of It as One
When former DARPA chief Regina Dugan announced on stage last month that Facebook planned to build a brain computer interface to allow users to send their thoughts directly to the social network without a keyboard intermediary, it had all the Silicon Valley swagger of Facebook circa "move fast and break things."
Think of a hotel front desk attendent; if the hotel she works for doesn’t offer 24-hour full-body massage services, then she probably won’t discuss setting up an after hours massage.
Likewise, the mouthpiece of an ideological organization, (or of an ideology itself), probably won’t discuss the ideology’s nonsensical attributes, logical fallacies, or horrifying social outcomes.
The author is likely a deluded child under the spell of someone like one of Jordan Peterson’s Post Modernist schemers.