10 thoughts on “NEWS AND VIEWS FROM THE NEFARIUM JULY 17 2018”

  1. So Germany has A-eye that can predict worldwide crisis, and what did it predict? So if Germany and the 23 member countries build their own army, does this affect the prediction or does it now create a new/different predictions? Can we change outcomes from observing and knowing, isn’t A-eye talking it’s cue’s from us. It’s why ‘they’ need to keep humans preoccupied with fear, anger, discord, em waves, so brains can’t process information. The best way to change collective consciousness is to indoctrinate our youth.
    The CDC has built up their Zombie apocalypse preparations website to include a blog, a graphic novel, posters and classroom education. Check out their realistic one minute video on flesh eating zombies prepared for middle school students. https://www.cdc.gov/phpr/zombie/educate.html
    Our destiny is not mapped out for us, the future is always in flux, it’s the ying/yang, in/out, positive/negative – always seeking equilibrium.

    1. Sandygirl,

      Good comments….. “It’s why ‘they’ need to keep humans preoccupied with fear, anger, discord, em
      waves, so brains can’t process information.”

      Imagine for a second…. ‘Imagine’ by John Lennon. Maybe the real truth lies in the middle? db

  2. Thank you for that timeline of sorts as there’s quite a bit between the lines hidden in it. . . It explains some of the complexity with Brexit. . .

    . . . For what it’s worth, one is concerned in another way. . . That NATO needs to be updated to accommodate continental changes and socio-political shifts, is a given, as it has served its purpose and requires modification or dismantlement into another more viable organization to remain relevant. . . A sort of factory re-tooling, in some ways. . . In my humble opinion and less blazoned personae, it’s one of the reasons that there’s been harsh and somewhat blunt references about NATO being ‘obsolete.’. . It is easier said to make changes where necessary, than it is to make necessary changes without taking into consideration lesser member states or risking the consequences by leaving lesser states behind. . . Leaving lesser states behind is an unacceptable approach and surely not a prosperous venture in any form while keeping those states as sovereign and autonomous within the union. . . Failed states of any one member or group is a burden upon the remaining. . . Member states know this now better than before when one considers desperate migrations. . . Getting motivated to advance is another effort to ponder. . .

    . . . Although they might need to work out the logistics of this militarized angle of a common defense for the European continent, most of the folks there are, for lack of a fancy political science term of diplomats, must play catch-up and know the necessity of securing their lesser endowed member states as they each need specific attention toward modernization and, especially, maturation. . . Lesser member states also need to catch up with the proverbial bigger picture, too. . . If a sports related term would suffice, they need a coach, a coaching staff, if you like . . . Those who know what they want to excel at, to win, yet know that they [lesser member states and those applicable] don’t want the workouts and practice to excel on the playing field, but know of the advantages of having that sports training to win game after game and the prestige and wealth it brings while playing and winning. . . In the end they negotiate the effort that takes them as a unit forward. . .

    . . . That a Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA), “Agentur für Disruptive Innovationen in der Cybersicherheit und Schlüsseltechnologien,” or ADIC, as the article suggests is proposed, is not anything new since some advantages of having one has proven successful in another nation state, The United States. . . Its propagation is more than reasonable given that there seems to be an association with the facility and academic support with the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) and Conseil Européen pour la Recherche Nucléaire, (CERN), former title of the European Organization for Nuclear Research. . . In some ways, one already exists under a different guise, but to be open and transparent about such advances one needs a name for the process. . . Bundling costs is a reasonable approach, too, for academia in the region and for member states who participate in field research and receive some of the spin-off technologies that that research affords. . . One need only take a look at participating member states already geographically adjacent and by way of universities throughout continental Europe. . . They still have some of the best training and tutoring facilities known to humankind as well as know the significance of educating its populace as opposed to herding its population. . .

    . . . There is something to be learned as to why Germany has made an academic, industrial, and manufacturing comeback to compete with the rest of the global powers in global markets as an equal. . . That that scares a few people is not anything new, either, as it should, but a dumbed down population unable to deal with its own daily needs is scarier and there are more than enough examples of such failings and those in flight from despair also know that the earth is round with better potentials over the horizon. . .

  3. Small countries are like sheeps,they always go with that shepherd who has the bigger stick.
    And that always been the case of my country.

  4. Anakeph is right in saying that less US involvement in Europe is for the best. Maybe “little details” like the US nuclear weapons apparently stored in Naples will finally come out. Discussion of “PESCO” as far as I can see has been limited to specifically geopolitical analysts, but although the political class in the various European countries has always been notoriously reluctant to engage in public debate on two of the things that count, such as bank-created money and military alliances, they are obviously aware of Germany’s dominance in these two sectors and are not sure about how to face it. It is actually a good thing that this new German “4-letter agency” has gone public, since it is a foregone conclusion that they were already doing that “diabolical research” anyway….

  5. I will say this: Trump looks like a ‘forcing function’. Any complex device will only work properly within certain bounds. Outside those bounds, it will cease to work or rearrange into a new configuration. (Think of it like using your legs/body at just the right time on a swingset: increasing arcs, until ‘oops’.) Some call it creative destruction; some call it emergence of new traits.

    Trump, guided or not, colluding or not, is forcing enough chaos energy into the system that “the center cannot hold.” All the panicky European realignments (including militarily) are a function of Trump’s bullying/uncertainty. (Note that this did not happen under previous D/R administrations.)

    This was not my idea of a ‘reset’, but it appears to be coming…

  6. The real problem is who are the real masters of Europe and will they allow the unification of that continent question.

  7. anakephalaiosis

    Secret societies have always bypassed electoral systems, ever since democratic smokescreen was first put in place. Open secrets are not hidden.

    Less American “moral imperative” in Europe is a good thing, because housecleaning is a domestic affair. Natural state has no rules, only red rivers.

    America was always – from the beginning – ment to be a province, to be molded into a battering ram, designed to destroy Europe with a “pointing finger”.

  8. Robert Barricklow

    Does everyone want a piece of this “new” military industrial complex built to destroy. Counter to the East’s silk road the build. One national; one international. One with public infrastructure; one with a boot footprint on your peon face; one with choice; one with you vill do it!

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