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TIDBIT: THIS WEEK’S HONORABLE MENTIONS

This was again another week where it was difficult to "make the call" on what articles to blog about from the mass of material people sent. Here's this week's "close calls" and honorable mentions, and again, thank you to all of you who bring articles and stories to my attention:

Germany's Snub Of Lockheed’s F-35 Unleashes Dramatic Geopolitical Consequences

Asgardia Micro-Nation to Launch 10,000 Satellites to Make Web Free

Blackwater founder Erik Prince’s new company is building training center in Xinjiang

CIA And Skunk Works Secretly Planned To Turn The A-12 Spy Plane Into A Space Launch Mothership

Florida governor Ron DeSantis orders state to get rid of Common Core standards

The moment of truth is getting close with launch on January 31st

Pence: Space Force Will Be Independent Service by 2020, Include Elite Operators

Life on Mars BOMBSHELL: Physicist 'discovers proof' of something that should NOT be there

24 thoughts on “TIDBIT: THIS WEEK’S HONORABLE MENTIONS”

  1. Robert Barricklow

    According to newsbud.com, Catherine Austin Fitts sez that black budget needs require hundreds of billions to trillions over time and that BREXIT, as structurally massive, being linked to wider money laundering and tax evasion problems..

    BREXIT is a move to evade EU’s Interpol and other possible constraints on British U.K. elites money laundering & tax evasions.

    1. What, you mean British freemasonry doesn’t control the banks, the regulators or law enforcement any more?! Tut, tut.

      1. Robert Barricklow

        Could be your right, that British freemasonry is at the deepest levels of control; even in the off-shore tax havens. I wouldn’t know, I’m not a member.
        Just passing on a newsbud viewpoint. I don’t remember saying who controls what. Just that the BREXIT structure’s control was preferable to EU’s structural control.
        Now, is that a red herring alternate close?
        Who really knows?

        Tut, tut, cheerio.
        [Too bad that vocal form of adieu
        isn’t used more often]

  2. The article on Andrea Rossi and his heating device, the E-Cat, was interesting.The proof is in the pudding; we shall see. (If the E-Cat proves-out, I would recommend Rossi stay in a hermetically-sealed bunker until so many E-Cats are in-place and producing that the demise of their inventor would make no difference…)

    1. gosh, have you read rossi’s bio? he’s been beaten down before for successful energy production from waste dumps. he’s been careful to involve state dept this time around in work on e-cat. it looks real enough and scary ez the way he splained it. from here it looks like it’ll get into production on a couple sites and then locked down and suppressed like all the others with dismissive comments about how humans weren’t ready for it, too many bugs in the system, whatever. kinda like the ev1 that gm put out and suppressed.

  3. Robert Barricklow

    The reason for life on Mars disclosure is to stop war between China & North Korea? Politicized science is becoming ubiquitous.

  4. Robert Barricklow

    Space force made official?
    Technically, will be made official.
    But I wonder how long its really been in existence?

  5. Robert Barricklow

    Make the web virtually free?
    Oh No! Real capitalism? Holly Cow Batman!
    Is this that dreaded “C”-word – real Competision?
    The Fascists won’t buy this at all, will they?

    What is this concept of a space-based sovereign entidy?

    1. nice comments all robt. you might enjoy asgardia’s opening ceremony on yt where the founding fearless leader oligarch (from kazakstan i think) gets necklaced with some medalion and sings the new anthem. looked like something outta the ’50’s mocking third world tinpots. the game plan for the first space based nation is what interests. it’s as farcical as saudi’s granting citizenship to robots – until one considers what the hidden motives and incentives are to such presumed idiocy.

      1. Robert Barricklow

        ZDB
        They want to privatize space; own it.
        Many ways of doing it;
        while hiding behind straw purchases/men/companies.

  6. Robert Barricklow

    Again, an outstanding new feature that tunes your readers attention onto a broader canvas; painted in an certain Orwellian style that arrestingly appeals to my signature
    “acquired tastes”.

    1. Robert Barricklow

      Lockheed story has shades of Huawei.
      The F-35 may have hidden features that will benefit its maker ONLY.
      And that’s the rub of an international supply chain of critical nation state force projections. Who has the ultimate control of these “implanted chips”. And that’s not just conCERNS in military circles only.

      1. Robert Barricklow

        When these implanted chips trickles down to the consumer; for example, in Smart TV – you have what’s termed the ” post-purchase monetization”.
        That’s where the maker can sell the information, the buyers generate from use of the manufacturers’ products, to third parties. You see, you really don’t own what you bought.
        In certain theatres of operation, the proprietary software is updated; and, you pay the piper again & again, for each update[ex., John Deere Tractors].
        This is a sign of feudalism.
        The people rent; they don’t own. A rentier economy.

        1. Robert Barricklow

          They make the market;
          and the manufactured product – you.
          Feudal terms;
          they b the masters,
          you b the slaves.

          Let the chips fall where they may:
          by vaccinations; by indigestion; by voluntary brain-washed acquiescence; by wi-fi pharmaceutical control; etc.., etc.; or, simply by the tried and true default – force?

          Either way,
          take control now;
          or, they’ll take control for you.

    2. Robert Barricklow

      The Blackwater story has too many angles and then some.
      One, the Chinese will certainly be copying many of Backwater functions and then improving them w/a lens towards the Chinese interests.
      The mercenary Blackwater will sell their services to bot the aggressor$ & defender$ @ the same time!
      Too many permutations & combinations….

      1. Robert Barricklow

        Of course they won’t make it obvious. They’ll be cutouts; they’ll be holding companies; they be all kinds of accounting obfuscations; etc., etc.
        But the Chinese know this. They’ll be reengineering this model extensively and all too soon, the student will become the master.

      2. Robert Barricklow

        Mega churches hiring mercenaries to protect endangered Christian communities? Some might even employ a small private army to destroy terrorism?

      3. Robert Barricklow

        One can begin to see a medieval universe unfolding; they will use force when necessary because it can be bought again and again, as in the middle ages.
        Nothing in place can stop it?

  7. Brandenburg’s assertions are nothing new; what is curious is the whole range of “space woo woo” topics now being published by the Express.

    1. Yes, I was wondering why this was being trumpeted as a “Bombshell.” Brandenburg originally published his findings around 2012, based on analyzing data from the 2001 Mars Odyssey orbiter. What I find interesting is that these scientific findings have fallen into a ‘black hole’. NASA will spend multi-billions to crawl around dead hills and valleys on Mars, but will not (openly) push further on Brandenburg’s findings. Too close to the truth, I guess…

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