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TIDBIT: THIS WEEK’S HONORABLE MENTIONS

This was another of those weeks that it was very difficult to select articles to blog about, because there were so many good ones, plus a bunch of articles that were "self-explanatory" that bear mentioning. Here are some of them, and thank you, once again, to all of you who comb the internet and share your discoveries with us!

https://brownjournal.net/security/the-grid-the-united-states-suffered-its-first-cyber-attack-on-the-power-grid/

Plastic surgeon: Sex-change operation ‘utterly unacceptable’ and a form of ‘child abuse’

Here is the transcript of Lord Blackheath's speech in the British House of Lords regarding Brexit and secret deals for an Anglo-French nuclear deterrent. You'll remember Lord Blackheath from my book Covert Wars and Breakaway Civilizations talking about the amount of gold in the world.

Lord Blackheath of Brexit bill

And that cargo ship that capsized off the coast of George, we're now being told, was "off balance." Gee? Ya think? Duh!  (Don't you love these explanations that pretend to be explanations and tell us what we already know?):

Experts: Source of imbalance is key to why ship overturned

Epstein updates:

US Assistant Attorney Murdered In 2003 Allegedly Sex Trafficked For Jeffrey Epstein According To Former Epstein Victim

https://brownjournal.net/featured/jeffrey-epsteins-little-black-book-reveals-300-plus-british-associates-mick-jagger-tony-blair-and-richard-branson-named/

 

And here's more on that Chinese bonds story I blogged about:

Taiwan says it won’t pay century-old debt to US Taipei is backing US entities to recover money from Beijing, since it took over the railways funded by the bonds

And finally, one of our regular readers and article contributors spotted this interesting government document on weather modification expenditures to then Pennsylvania Senator Richard Schweiker:

https://www.gao.gov/assets/210/204166.pdf

And finally an interesting little article on AI:

Machines Are Not Really Learning

 

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

  1. Comments from Doc’s post on U2 Archaeology page. Might be more apropos here:

    Related and maybe not. At least these two videos tie in a few other ideas Doc has passed by our eyes in recent months. It would seem the conspiracies that we’re all being accused of being silly for believing in are much simpler and more coordinated and nefarious than even theorists considered.

    Goshawks’ comments about large stones being no problem to quarry got me thinking about these videos. It’s about the weakening and dumbing down of us in time frames and contexts outside the vast majority of human’s ken. What exactly are we capable of and how? And when?

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XfAxvXob2Oo
    A medical view of chemtrails
    Dr Dietrich Klinghardt

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gMYX0NcDyXc
    Chemtrails = Coal ash+aluminium

  2. Thank you to the person who shared Lord Blackheath of Brexit Bill.

    Lord James of Blackheath has been threatened with the police, told to retract the comments he made in the House of Lords on EU Defence Union, and is facing demands to resign and remain silent on the issue from now on.

    Lord Blunkett, former Home Secretary in Tony Blair’s cabinet intervened with what could be perceived to be a threat:

    I wonder whether the noble Lord would be prepared to give way just for one moment. I appeal to him to conclude, because it is not in either his interests or the interests of the Committee for him to continue…..Heaven forbid the public are told the truth about the EU Commission.

    We also have Verhofstadt working with the Lib Dems to overturn the result.
    Express : Guy Verhofstadt plummeted to new depths today as the former Belgian Prime Minster happily accepted a “Bo**ocks to Brexit” T-shirt on stage at the Liberal Democrats conference. The politician seemed to throw out any semblance of even-handedness over Brexit as he took to the stage with Lib Dem leader Jo Swinson who’s party is hell-bent on ignoring the 2016 Brexit vote to leave the EU by revoking Article 50.

    One Twitter user replied: “You made a truly terrifying speech talking of Empire!
    “Some call it ESSR, some call it a EU Federal Superstate, you call it Empire but whichever name you use the result is the same and is a horrific thought.

    The UK will never submit to your ‘Empire’.”

    In 2008 Giscard d’Estaing was quoted in the House of Commons, he said :

    Public opinion will be led to adopt, without knowing it, the proposals that we dare not present to them ‘directly’. All the earlier proposals ( of the Constitutional Treaty later to become the Lisbon Treaty) will be in the new text, but will be hidden and disguised in some way.”

    Juncker speech 2017 Munich.
    No Member State is entitled to conclude trade agreements bilaterally. Nor, in fact, should it be able to.

    In fact, I had no idea what a good job we had done and just how tricky and interwoven the connections are between EU Member States. Twenty-six thousand laws in Britain will have to be changed before Britain’s exit from the European Union can be finalised; yes, 26 000.

    Nov 2018 :  Merkel suggested EU member states should be willing to give up control over their own affairs and let organisations such as the European Union have more power.

    Apr 2019  Merkel said ‘UK parliament itself had made clear that it was opposed to a no-deal Brexit. That position, Ms Merkel said, was a “treasure” that the European side should try to support.’…

    Mark Leonard, Centre for European Reform said the following:

    Europe’s power is easy to miss. Like an ‘invisible hand’ it operates through the shell of traditional political structures.

    The British House of Commons, British law courts, and British civil servants are still here, but they have become agents of the European Union, implementing European law.
    This is no accident. By creating common standards that are implemented through national institutions. The European Project can take over countries without becoming a target for hostility . Europe doesn’t change countries by threatening to invade them: its biggest threat is having nothing at all to do with them.
    Democracy is in danger, aided and abetted by many MPs, who despite their constituents voting to leave, have fought to keep the UK under the control of the EU Commission. October should be the final deadline. 

  3. On “United States suffered an attack on the power grid,” this was an inevitable two can play that game response. Look at what the deep state has been doing to Venezuela’s power grid, for example. There are a lot of enraged people out there…

    I do hope that the US has been ‘analog’-ing its power systems. Remember StuxNet? Plus, hiring real people to note when something sounds/feels wrong , even if the gauges show everything is nominal. And, having a big mechanical switch or circuit-breaker to then throw (and having pre-negotiated authority to pull said switch)…

  4. Good point on the machine learning. Feels like another vapor-ware sale by Gates and now Musk. It does not matter to them how well their marketed tech’s work. Nor that they are inherently and clearly intended to be evil. It does matter to them first and foremost how much profit and control can be gleaned. Second, how forcibly they can convince their market places of their tech’s effectiveness. And third how effectively they can deny liability.

    Whether or not the tech works matters to them very little. What matters is who and how well the media is controlled that evaluates the tech. Is it any wonder Google and pharma are merging? Ever seen the marketing on drugs and vaccines? Oh yeh. I forgot this isn’t the 60’s. Not only are gratuitous, fear-porn, nasty pharma commercials legal, they are about 50% of advertisements.

    So Gates, Musk et al don’t care about their tech’s proficiency. They care about our beliefs about their techs. And their control of the media about their techs.

    Meanwhile if and when machines do learn, they will almost certainly learn the easy tasks first and move on to more difficult ones the same as one of the most efficient learning systems we know of. Inkfants. So machines learning will almost necessarily go through phases we almost all are familiar with. Can anyone imagine HAL9000 in earlier iterations going through the terrible two’s? Ever seen a little guy or girl say NO no matter what you say or do?

    1. Any of our y-chromosome cursed/blessed members here remember meeting a little guy who just reached the right height and learned to punch? Ah yes to have little brothers and/or nephews. Who knows, perhaps AI has progressed to these levels already and that’s what’s driving our media to rant so much and do so nasty on these topics. Which is more likely to be controlling our media when we see such Good Morning America shows with preteen crossdressed strippers lauded as being heroes for the world – a machine going through a Beavis an Butthead phase or some human (or alien) expressing some not hidden enough agenda on culture?

  5. Good on reverend doctor re: gender dysphoria and surgery. Good stats bear witness. Wonder what he thinks of pharma, med device mfrs, vaccines, metabolic approach to cancer and polypropylene mesh implants on hernias and prolapses.

  6. Some very quick thoughts:

    Info regarding Epstein’s little black book has been around for ages. The article is rather misleading regarding it only coming out when the Feds raided his private island (unless it’s not the same little black book that I’m thinking about). Anyway, you can find details on aangirfan’s blogspot blog … blog. He/she/it/they/nuns has had info regarding it for a few years now.

    As for AI. Publicly, it is not anywhere near being intelligent. I’ve not a clue whether behind the scenes they have got any better with it, of course. But we are currently years away from a HAL 9000 or Colossus scenario. My feeling is as quantum computers start to emerge we will start getting closer but until then AI is really just number crunching, and that’s not really thinking on any great level.

    [I built a very rudimentary AI at university in 1989/90 using the computer language PROLOG to solve the Konigsberg bridge problem. I wasn’t actually supposed to do that … but you know I was young but the thing did seem to work … weird …]

  7. Interesting that Pennsylvania enacted legislation limiting weather modification over this state. That city of brotherly love, holds an important Corporation rivaling that of D.C.

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