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This one is a very interesting article for a number of reasons, most of them being the less obvious ones. Here's the article:

The US government has been running a quantum Internet for over two years

Now the obvious things here first: RT is correct, of course, in assuming the last thing the Western America-based oligarchs want is a quantum computing based internet, for the simple reason that the Internet is enough of a headache to them already. Add a virtually eavesdropping-proof factor to that and you have the ultimate in the Rockefailure migraine-inducer. So you won't be seeing it come online for the public any time soon, not, at least, until The Powers that Be find a way to eavesdrop and spy without being caught. That may be awhile. In the meantime, they will have their hands full in preventing the technology from making it into the open and becoming cheap and affordable. We already know how the oligarchs and technocrats unjustly exempt themselves and their gorillas from the laws they expect everyone else to live by. It's a felony, for example, in some states to video law enfarcement officials beating or otherwise exercising gestapo-like tactics... and they wonder why their once respected profession is quickly spiraling to the bottom of people's "trust list."

All that aside, I think there's something else going on here, and that something else is the determination of the BRICSA nations (that's my abbreviation for the inclusion of South Africa) to end the dollar reserve system and to have a greater and more equitable share in the determination of the world's financial system, which thus far has been exclusively a New York-London-Tokyo-Hong Kong-Frankfurt preserve. As I have attempted to argue in Covert Wars and Breakaway Civilizations and in some more recent talk show appearances, there was a vast hidden (and abyssally corrupt and fraudulent) system of finance put into place after World War Two, a system interfaced with postwar fascists, Nazis, drug lords, and criminal elements both within western intelligence agencies and outside of them. This system in turn was the secret political slush fund to sponsor numerous terrorist cells and events, and more importantly, the sheer size of it indicated a connection to the development of black technologies.

In short, the whole vast Enterprise was the prop holding up what Eisenhower called the Military-Industrial complex. It is the underpinning of the American Empire, and whatever hidden technologies its corporations wield.

By taking direct aim at that foundation, the BRICSA nations are hoping to undermine the empire it supports. Their potential reasoning is simple: that hidden system and the public dollar reserve system has been in place since the end of World War Two. Who knows what it has developed. To leave it in place and unmolested may allow it to pass the point of no return, able to respond to any potential coalition of challengers. That is a danger that the BRICSA nations have concluded they and the world cannot afford. And they have some justification for that view in the rampant unilateral and unipolar military adventurism that has come out of the USA and the West since 9/11.

We can rest assured that those nations and in particular Russia will be investing - if they haven't already - in their own secretive quantum computing internets, and we can be equally sure that they won't want it to go public any more than their western counterparts. The story, really, is about the fact that they are alarmed that the West is pulling away technologically, and the engine driving it - the dollar - is what they are aiming at.

It's going to get interesting folks.

See you on the flip side.

Joseph P. Farrell has a doctorate in patristics from the University of Oxford, and pursues research in physics, alternative history and science, and "strange stuff". His book The Giza DeathStar, for which the Giza Community is named, was published in the spring of 2002, and was his first venture into "alternative history and science".

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