FBI FORCES MALWARE ON INNOCENT INTERNET USERS
DEA Spokesman Says They Will Start Making Busts After Kratom Ban Takes Effect & Thinks It’s Funny That People Are Stockpiling
How hacking has become the greatest security threat of the 21st Century
(ESPECIALLY FOR THE HACKERS.)
God will use Women
in this season
Sadhu Sundar Selvaraj,
Due To Religious Intolerance Facebook Bans All Christian Themed Content
Christians are ‘bullies’.
Freemasonry, UN and the
Occult Agenda Deceived and Conquered
“I could turn you into an assassin in less than three days” (Barrie Trower, microwave-weaponry researcher)
Being that this battle is (finally) between good and evil, WOULD I WANT to NOT BE TARGETED?
“Yea, and all that will live godly in Christ Jesus shall suffer persecution.”
I asked the successful one,
“Has anybody ever told you that Jesus loves you so much that He’d do ANYTHING TO MAKE YOU HAPPY?”
I said, “It’s true. Look what He did for me! My kids still hate me but Jesus made me happy!”
I don’t know another human who can claim that stake.
Not hereabouts, anyway.
Big Pharma’s Patents on Kratom Alkaloids
“The DEA announced last week that Kratom would now be classified as a schedule 1 substance. In lamens terms, this means that it is as restricted as restricted gets, as schedule 1 controlled substances are considered to have no medicinal value whatsoever.”
Wilde, Weed & Kratom
(Wow. We’ve got Truth pouring out all over the place.)
I came to know about Kratom some time ago. People started telling me they used Kratom and not Cannabis, since Stuart was clearly against weed, and stated that it was ghoulish and opened a door of possession and such. The effect his view on this had/has on his followers was basically that they put away the weed, also the ones that needed it medically and tried out alternatives like: Kratom and Kava Kava.
There are big differences in these three compounds, and yet they somehow correspond. Learning that by doing could be a fair road to take, since the more personal benefits seem to differ. Personally I cannot deal with Kava Kava, since it is too low of a frequency, but maybe that’s just me and that is my point in all this.
I have touched on my dialogue with Stuart on this before, where I would write him: How can you say that Stu, it is one of the most healing medical plants on the planet?
He never got into detail as to why, but he softened up a bit.
And here it comes: Maybe Stuart should have told his followers that he himself used weed, like in joints, like in order to chill way up to his departure from this planet. And whoops, there went another 500 readers of mine.
But you know, we have to stop this: Blindly Following. One of Stuart’s catch phrases was: Free thinking helps. He did not introduce an exception like: Free thinking helps, but doesn’t apply to me.
“I mean, I have people in healings and writing me: “I have cancer and I don’t know what to do. I don’t think I dare go with cannabis oil, since Stuart warned about cannabis.” Jesus. I mean: Jesus. Get on the Oil: ASAP!!!”
Will A.I. Harm Us? Better to Ask How We’ll Reckon With Our Hybrid Nature
At what point did we create an artificial intelligence? Was it when we first chiseled on rocks the memory of our debts? Was it that point when we enhanced reasoning by exploring possibilities in the arena of a game? Or when we solved a problem of inference beyond our merely fleshy ability to calculate? The dream of a fully autonomous artificial intelligence, stuff of infinite science-fiction prognostication, has blinded us to the incremental nature of artificial intelligence. The deep intellectual and ethical question facing our species is not how we’ll prevent an artificial superintelligence from harming us, but how we will reckon with our hybrid nature.
This dual nature of ours has been evident for centuries. In the 14th century, Chaucer, author of The Canterbury Tales, prepared a treatise for his son in which he set out in meticulous detail the operations of an astronomical machine—the astrolabe—designed to assist in the identification of planets and stars and provide a calendar of their motions. The astrolabe was in effect an artificial astronomer, a mechanical expert that mariners carried on voyages in lieu of libraries, charts, and mathematicians.
The astrolabe captures three properties essential to what Donald Norman, the director of the Design Lab at the University of California, San Diego, has described as “cognitive artifacts”—a store of memory, a mechanism for search, and an instrument of calculation. The use of physical objects and machines as “amplifiers” or “trainers” of cognition has, in fact, a long and celebrated history. In her magisterial study of memory in antiquity, The Art of Memory, Frances Yates describes the tale of Simonides of Ceos who once used the positions of seats around a table to recall the identities of a dinner party crushed by a falling roof. Yates dispassionately concludes, “Orderly arrangement is essential for good memory.”
Consciousness Is Made of Atoms, Too
I thought it was just me.
The Limits of Formal Learning, or Why Robots Can’t Dance
What makes a dancing robot interesting?
Human learning is always social, embodied, and occurs in specific practical situations. Mostly, you don’t learn to dance by reading a book or by doing experiments in a laboratory. You learn it by dancing with people who are more skilled than you.
Imitation and apprenticeship are the main ways people learn. We tend to overlook that because classroom instruction has become newly important in the past century, and so more salient.
I aimed to shift emphasis from learning toward development. “Learning” implies completion: once you have learned something, you are done. “Development” is an ongoing, open-ended process. There is no final exam in dancing, after which you stop learning.
That was quite a shift from how AI researchers traditionally approached learning, wasn’t it?
This seems to be a recurring theme in your work: we want the world to be rigid and absolute, whereas in fact it’s complex and non-uniform.
Yes. My recent work on “meaningness” suggests working with the interplay of ambiguity and pattern to enhance understanding and action. It’s “practical philosophy” for personal effectiveness, drawing on work I did in AI, and the academic fields I mentioned earlier. It has a learning dimension, too. Research on adult development shows that people may progress through pre-rational, rational, and meta-rational ways of understanding. The middle stage is overly rigid. It imagines that the world can be made to conform to systems. That can become heavy-handed, inefficient, and brittle.
“I am trying here to prevent anyone saying the really foolish thing that people often say about Him:
‘I’m ready to accept Jesus as a great moral teacher, but I don’t accept his claim to be God’.”
“That is the one thing we must not say.
A man who was merely a man and said the sort of things Jesus said would not be a great moral teacher.
He would either be a lunatic on the level with the man who says he is a poached egg or else he would be the Devil of Hell.”
“You must make your choice.”
“Either this man was, and is, the Son of God,
or else a madman or something worse.”
“You can shut him up for a fool, you can spit at him and kill him as a demon or you can fall at his feet and call him Lord and God, but…
let us not come with any patronizing nonsense about his being a great human teacher.”
“He has not left that open to us. He did not intend to.”
“And you will know the truth, and the truth will set you free” (John 8:32).
THEY’VE ISSUED AN ARREST WARRANT FOR (gentle journalist) AMY GOODMAN?
(This is getting WAY TOO NUTS.)
An arrest warrant has been issued in North Dakota for Democracy Now! host and executive producer Amy Goodman. Goodman was charged with criminal trespassing, a misdemeanor offense. A team from Democracy Now! was in North Dakota last week to cover the Native American-led protests against the Dakota Access pipeline.
On Sept. 3, Democracy Now! filmed security guards working for the Dakota Access pipeline company using dogs and pepper spray to attack protesters. Democracy Now!’sreport went viral online and was rebroadcast on many outlets, including CBS, NBC, NPR,CNN, MSNBC and Huffington Post.
Photographer Who Confessed Shocking 911 Criminal Conspiracy Complicity Silenced, Targeted
Gordon justifiably believes his information is not meant to be exposed due to his being silenced. His testimony proved that 911 was orchestrated by U.S. officials and that he helped ensure their plan that involved many other people succeeded.
Richard Gage’s leading 911 ‘Truth’ group has dismissed Gordon’s testimony that he had foreknowledge of the 9/11 mass murder and was indirectly complicit in it, as were an untold number of others, most unknown to each other, yet to come forward 15 years later.
“Architects for 911 Truth do not want to investigate this, even though it shows years of architectural planning went into 911,” Gordon told Dupré.
Could Gordon’s assertion about Architects for 911 Truth be accurate?
“I am copying and pasting the following from my friend Jeff Prager‘s Facebook,” The Project Avalon Forum’s Dennis Leahy wrote as a lead to his posting Dupre’s original Tom Gordon interview article. “Note. I think of Jeff as a one-man 9/11 research army, absolutely determined to discover every bit of information possible about the crimes of 9/11, and he would quickly remind you that there were multiple crimes, (including major financial crimes), not just the murders and the towers and even the pretext for wars.”
Leahy continued: “Jeff believes Richard Gage [head of Architects for 911 Truth] is a gatekeeper, and my gut is that Gage is deflecting evidence he sees as extraneous to the core case of 9/11 building demolition.
“If my gut is correct, and if all of Jeff’s research is correct, then Gage has blinders on, attempting to focus on the case he believes is critical to open the eyes of the majority of American citizens (which is theoretically where the pressure of a new investigation would come from.) If my gut is wrong, then Gage is the lead of the 9/11 truth limited hangout [controlled opposition] – attempting to help hide the nuclear nature of the building demolitions as well as the immense financial crimes.”
Watch 911 WTC Buildings Being Covertly Wired for Demolition in Stunning Video
During the weekend immediately preceding 9/11, security cameras were powered down and the normal patrols with bomb sniffing dogs were curtailed. “That’s an indisputable fact,” says Brasscheck TV on Sunday.
The question of the century is: Did a single weekend give enough time for the two towers (and WTC 7) to be wired for demolition?
Covert wiring for demolition is a common tactic used by special military forces, according to Dupré’s source.
One other insider, a photographer, told Dupré that the Twin Towers were built with demolition in mind. The crime plan was ten years in the making. [Photographer Who Confessed Shocking 911 Criminal Conspiracy Complicity Silenced, Targeted]
“As soon as I learned the North Tower had been hit, all I could think of was that I had personally seen the faces of those directly in charge of this operation,” Tom Gordon told Deborah Dupre in an exclusive interview.
15 Years Later, Physics Journal Concludes: All 3 WTC Towers Collapsed Due to Controlled Demolition : Daily Coin.
The following article published twelve years ago, in August 2004 refutes the 9/11 Commission script as to what actually happened on the planes.
Much of this detailed information was based on alleged cell phone conversations between passengers and family members. Yet the technology to use a cell phone on a plane above 8500 feet did not exist in September 2001.
THE SHOCKING ADVANCE HINTS OF THE 9/11 ATTACKS
In late 2000, lead singer Liam Gallagher visited New York to promote the album. Part of an interview exchange:
THE SURREPTITIOUS REINCARNATION OF COINTELPRO WITH THE COPS GANG-STALKING PROGRAM
In 1975 Senator Frank Church convened a joint senatorial/congressional inquiry into the egregious human rights and civil liberties violations of the Central Intelligence Agency (“CIA”), National Security Agency (“NSA”), as well as the Federal Bureau of Investigation (“FBI”) against people both foreign and domestic. Such blatant transgressions included the “neutralization” and “elimination” of political dissidents, “enemies of the state,” real or imagined threats to National Security, and anyone else on the proverbial shit list of the Military Industrial Complex (“MIC”).
The Church Committee was the United States Senate Select Committee to Study Governmental Operations with Respect to Intelligence Activities, a U.S. Senate committee chaired by Senator Frank Church (D ID) in 1975. A precursor to the U.S. Senate Select Committee on Intelligence, the committee investigated intelligence gathering for illegality by the aforementioned agencies after certain activities had been revealed by the Watergate affair.
The end result of the Church Committee Hearings was the outright banning on CIA assassinations as well as the FBI/DOJ COINTELPRO gang-stalking programs. In 1975 and 1976, the Church Committee published fourteen reports on various U.S. intelligence agencies’ formation, operations, and the alleged abuses of law and of power that they had committed, with recommendations for reform, some of which were later put in place.
(2) Psychological warfare: The FBI and police used myriad “dirty tricks” to undermine progressive movements. They planted false media stories and published bogus leaflets and other publications in the name of targeted groups.
They forged correspondence, sent anonymous letters, and made anonymous telephone calls.
They spread misinformation about meetings and events, set up pseudo movement groups run by government agents, and manipulated or strong armed parents, employers, landlords, school officials and others to cause trouble for activists.
They used bad jacketing to create suspicion about targeted activists, sometimes with lethal consequences; […]
“The truth is that this has ALWAYS been a desperate relationship where you were always feeling vulnerable, worthless, hated, constantly explaining yourself, silenced, punished, invisible, and traumatized. What is it that you are actually doing wrong? Nothing! So WHY do you keep returning then?”
Scientist Barrie Trower Targeting US UK citizens with Microwave weapons Cancer
with Deborah Tavares
Now here’s some ruby slippers I could dig.
There’s no place like home…:
(I’m not the only one trying to arouse the hackers to the call of their better angels.)
“Those who hack and those who leak documentary evidence of the world’s evil conspirators are helping rid the world of the endemic danger of invalid, mindless opinions. These backstage players must be now acknowledged for what they are: Journalists. Damn good reporters of vital news. In the current war against media lies and their fraudulent, manipulating effect on opinion, like the front-line, hard-nosed news men of old, the work of these anonymous cyber-heroes shows a dedication to the full truth in a world of half-truths of gray; a dedication to a higher moral standard in the face of an amoral world; and a dedication to both these two mandates despite little reward and serious risk to personal and family freedoms. Yes…journalists!”
“So, hackers…beware. You have joined a fight so few grasp in earnest, even fewer follow with sincerity and almost none attack unfailingly with a passion, a vengeance, a conviction. A fight that will not surrender to a standard so clearly beneath us.”
“Welcome, Brothers! The gauntlet is now at your feet.
It is time!”
Of hacktivism, hackers and leakers: Reset the bar of real journalism
America is the origin of media lies and a willfully ignorant public that believes them
In a world of slanted journalism that pervades not only main stream media offerings but also the majority of “progressive” and “alternative” media, it is the hackers and leakers of vital information that are now providing a new and desperately needed return to real journalism. Recent examples of courage and risk in pursuit of full disclosure which counters media distortions of fact, must be followed. Hackers and leakers are — as shown this month — providing the public service mandate once enveloped within the vaunted parchment of the First Amendment — an obligation far too long forgotten.
The remaining free world should be holding up many hackers as strong examples of moral, social and geopolitical outrage, as once they did the forgotten journalists of a similar dedication.
This last month, thanks to a plethora of hacks and leaks, has been an epiphany for many Americans and a vindication for good journalists too easily minimized regardless of their careful presentation of fact.
“But the best came last, as “The Shadow Brokers” hacked and released legitimate hacking tools from the NSA’s own special-ops entity, the “Equation Group.” While it is debatable whether this was a hack or a leak[link] by a new NSA whistleblower, regardless, when the NSA’s own elite top-of-the-line IT op is itself breached, that is one very stiff middle finger at Uncle Sam’s cyber arrogance [link]. It is also an implicit promise of very good things to come.”
Ron Paul: Vote all you want, the secret government won’t change
“The Deep State does not consist of the entire government…”
Former congressman Ron Paul is outspoken. When he retired from Congress, he called lawmakers psychopathic authoritarians to their faces. He’s also called Donald Trump an authoritarian and asserted Hillary Clinton could have run as a Republican. And just last week, Paul took aim at the foundational structure of American ‘democracy.’
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