Your cartoon is a reference to a hoax machine built to play chess. It fooled people, but it was uncovered by Robert Willis that there was actually someone inside. Wiki (The Turk was a fake robotic chessplayer with someone inside the machine)
While on the surface you may identify with Robert Willis (the skeptic uncovering the hoax in your cartoon), you are actually infact the false automaton/robot in the story.
Because lots of people here have the view that the classical structured chess-like rules of the world are not quite what they seem. There's the view that there's consciousness behind the seemingly robotic processes of reality.
In this way, you represent robotic structure which is an illusion (the automaton/hoax machine) which is threatened by us (Robert Willis) uncovering synchronicity which shows there's consciousness (the person behind the machine) inside the hoax robot (reality).
Clever. Thanks to whatever inspired you to post that for identifying itself, even though you probably had not been aware of it in that way