The Nefarium has been busy this week, and the latest scam is that major banks, led by JP Morgan, now want to develop and test predictive software of when their employees might go "rogue".

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Joseph P. Farrell

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".


  1. Arne Saknussemm on April 14, 2015 at 8:29 am

    Someone seems to be forcefully outliing the reason for automation in places where it would have previously been thought impossible. pilotless planes for example

  2. Avenkat on April 10, 2015 at 11:07 am

    I agree with Dr. Farrell, but here is something else I see as a possibility. I used to work in white shoe law firms in high end business litigation out of mostly federal court. The way things went was: attorney screwed up documents or filing dates and blamed it on the staff members. I see this software as not only a way to find “rogues” who might be too honest, but also lowering the boom on lesser lights in order to cloak bad “acts” by the guys up near the top. Who knows what information the NSA has on any of us?

  3. Robert Barricklow on April 10, 2015 at 9:00 am

    The algorithm sniffs out the good and exterminates them.
    The program, The Only Good Banker is A Suicided Banker, has been in existence for sometime & is continually being updated. No doubt it has already cross-pollinated into other government/corporate specialties. When it was introduced recently to the 3 Branches of government, it couldn’t find one good representative or supreme court justice. Apparently, the vetting system in-place, since the JFK, RFK, MLK, & other assassinations, has worked better than anticipated. Other CEOs have been sniffed and found to have that utterly corruptive aroma that fortunes a long-lived life.
    Now, any suicide headlines are newspeak for:
    Honesty doesn’t pay[in more ways than one].
    Well, it just goes to show:
    Only The Good Die Young[& Honest].

  4. basta on April 10, 2015 at 3:41 am

    I agree with your assessment of the JP Morgan program, but I think there is another unstated, extremely important reason/usage of this sort of predictive software, if not THE first reason for it: this program will be monitoring all trading and storing that data. Most importantly, it will be and analysing and sifting it not only for “rogue” trading but with the aim to generating a complete, real-time picture of the markets, allowing the programmers to build even better “predictive software” to further compromise and manipulate markets.

    Remember, “follow the money.”

  5. yankee phil on April 10, 2015 at 2:45 am

    Ah the penny drops. As we have watched the financial community steal monies through fraud and deception through out the western world it seems america is loosing what little good faith it had left in the world community. Modern communications systems allows the world to see the crimes of the federal banking system , and therefore is loosing its credibility. As Nazi’s have taken over our security and financial systems long ago, I suspect that this blantant theavery and murderous behavior is done openly to discredit america both financially and diplomatically. I believe these financial institutions and the intelligence agencies that run them are purposly destroying america with its own forced corruption. I say forced because I believe the intelligence community can influence the personel of these institutions to the point of encriminalizing them with brain washing techniques used normally in the field of intelligence. Thats right ,I said it straight in the NSA’S face,the US citizens,the constitution that empowers them,and the country itself are the enemy of its own security services. . Working for the NSA/CIA combination is the worlds oldest profession.

  6. terminally skeptical on April 9, 2015 at 7:23 pm

    Yes folks check for your upcoming credit card monthly statement insert bringing the cheery news that our beloved banks are working hard to protect us against their own would be renegade defectors. Just be assured that whatever misfortune happens can be attributed to those bad seed elements hidden within their ranks. Try as they might to keep a close surveillance on all the money managers statistically speaking occasionally one is gonna slip through the cracks and rob some of the gullible, er clients, yeah, clients, of their life savings. But no worries, we will find a mid level culprit no matter how many bodies we have to step over. And if they end up walking off a rooftop well, that kind of validates their mental state, doesn’t it?

    This announcement feels like being on stage with a pickpocket magician who has just announced to the audience that he will in broad daylight be relieving me of my watch, wallet and assorted belongings. By declaring his intent in advance he has ordained what is to follow while the bobble head onlookers nod approvingly saying yep he told us so.

  7. marcos toledo on April 9, 2015 at 6:34 pm

    I sooner trust the Mafia than these swindlers in four hundred to a thousand dollar suits. Who ever said crime does not pay were either a fool or a liar these scumbags engage in crime because the profits are beyond imagination by us mere mortals.

  8. DownunderET on April 9, 2015 at 3:53 pm

    J.P. Morgan, well there’s really nothing to be said about such a corrupt bank. AND they keep getting away with it to boot. So now they are going to have “digital police” policing their staff. I gotta tell ya, why in hell would you want to even work there, looking over your shoulder every minute to see if the office “snitch” has been focusing on YOU. I love that picture, which I’m sure everyone has seen of J.P. Morgan himself, turning around with a filthy look on his face as a photographer tries to take a photo of the old boy, a nasty old mean and nasty man.

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