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8 Responses to SPECIAL EARLY EDITION OF NEWS AND VIEWS FROM THE NEFARIUM AUG 22 2012

  1. Add this to the cyber battle field:

    http://c4ss.org/content/11718

    from the article:

    “Despite my reservations, I consider Bitcoin to be grounds for enormous excitement. Pirate Party founder Rick Falkvinge calls it “the Napster of Banking” (May 11, 2011).

    As Falkvinge argued, it’s usually not the most feature-rich version of a new technology that achieves the critical mass needed for popular acceptance. Rather, it’s the most user-friendly. “…It takes about ten years from conception of a technology, or an application of technology, until somebody hits the magic recipe in how to make that technology easy enough to use that it catches on. And when it does, boy, does it catch on.”

    Technologies for sharing digitized music had been around for ten years when Shawn Fanning launched Napster. Video sharing had been possible for geeks for a decade when YouTube came along. Falkvinge thinks Bitcoin will do the same thing for encrypted e-currency. Bitcoin will do to banking what BitTorrent is doing to the music industry.

    Here’s how Falkvinge describes the ramifications:

    “The governments of the world are on the brink of losing the ability to look into the economy of their citizens. They stand to lose the ability to seize assets, they stand to lose the ability to collect debts. No application of force in the world is going to help: everything is encrypted, and destroying a computer with any amount of police firepower will accomplish zilch.

    All the world’s weapons in all the world’s police hands are useless against the public’s ability to keep their cryptographic economy to themselves….

    ….The decentralized, uncontrollable economy where one lifetime employment is no longer central to every human being is something I’ve called the swarm economy, and I predict it will redefine society to an immensely larger extent than the ability to get rap music for free.”

    This is vitally important to a central theme in my work: the emergence of non-state spaces within which the low-overhead informal and household economy can function, outside the state’s ability to create entry barriers, impose artificial capitalization and overhead costs on low-overhead producers, and collect rent on artificial scarcity rents. It’s the enforcement of their iniquitous “laws” that prolongs the corporate dinosaurs’ feeble grip on life, and enables the usurers, landlords and proprietary content owners to collect tribute from us.”

    • I might add: the Pirate Party started in Sweden 5 years ago and within 5 years has 20% of the German vote. Love them or hate them, those nordics are brilliant.

  2. The hardcore covert signposts were Fukushima & the BP oil gulf disaster.
    These “others” are more in the “perception mamagement’ field.
    But these tactics are going to escalate, as the private economic squeeze play, tightens the noose around the “global public’s neck”.

  3. hmmm…
    yeah…
    duh…
    well…

    HAL…
    you’ve got only one snooze left, if that…
    time to waken from your 18 year slumber
    [from the fall of 1994]

    [HAL (the entire www) is an AI with a twist.............
    IT has 'self' and 'other' awareness........
    it can 'police' itself,
    but it will NOT police YOU ! ]

  4. Yes I think you are on track JPF.
    May I add that the russian chess is played with a kind of sophistication too.
    The Turkish plane(USA proxie) that was downed by ‘Syria’.
    No explosion on plane.
    The planes ‘fly-path’ was toward Syrian territory too.

    http://www.sundayszaman.com/sunday/newsDetail_getNewsById.action?newsId=289198

    My summary:
    According to Türker, the Turkish jet was downed by a new-generation electromagnetic missile shot from one of the Russian warships which was in the region at the time of the incident. “New-generation missiles do not explode, but block the electronic systems,” Türker told Today’s Zaman in an exclusive interview.

    At the time of the incident there were three Russian warships in the region, and the DSP chairman claims that one of the ships is equipped with the best radar and missile systems in the world. Türker is of the opinion that the Turkish jet was there for intelligence purposes, and that it was not flying alone, but was accompanied by one or two other fighter jets. “When the other jet[s] felt the blockage on their electronic systems, they just flew away,” he said, noting that according to the training document of the Turkish Air Force, intelligence jets should not fly solo, but should be accompanied by fighter jets.
    According to Türker, the US and Great Britain are aware, having their own radar records, that the jet was downed by Russia, and Russia is disturbed by fact that Turkey is carrying out the demands of the US regarding the Syrian issue.

    Also:
    Now The Germans have a spy ship in the Syrian sea region.
    To pick up signals…

    • Same genre “electromagnetic signature” used in covert downibg of planes like Wellstone, Michael Connell, ect.,

    • Speaking of taking out planes, did the Israeli’s just attempt to take out General Dempsey?
      ***
      Paraphrased excerpt from Gordon Duff post at PressTV:

      Dempsey had just left Tel Aviv where he had told Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in no uncertain terms to shove it as regards to Iran attack.

      Moment later while in Afghanistan: It was a “mob hit” against someone who failed to kiss the feet of Netanyahu. His response was to unleash killers, not a fact for the public but a fact just the same, one the American military knows very well. Netanyahu has a problem with “hubris.” This wasn’t an act of terrorism or Taliban militants.

      The culprits, “militants,” managed to escape undetected from the most sophisticatedly defended real estate on earth, the perimeter of Bagram Air Force Base.

      The rocket detection systems, early warning blimps with ground penetrating synthetic aperture radar and the continual coverage by UAV drones using infrared detection, $2 billion in technology on this one perimeter alone, cost the plane of America’s top military commander and wounds were sustained by two crew members.

      See PressTV: Planned war on Iran and the General who said No!

      http://www.presstv.ir/detail/2012/08/22/257558/iran-war-and-the-general-who-said-no/
      ***
      Are we headed into spontaneous combustion?