TIDBITS: THIS WEEK’S HONORABLE MENTIONS
January 29, 2022 / / Comments Off on TIDBITS: THIS WEEK’S HONORABLE MENTIONS
There was many good articles to choose from this week, and here are a few. Thanks to J.H., K.M., P.T., and C.V. for these stories:
Moderna Stock Crash Intensifies: Losses Top $130 Billion
CIA Belatedly Admits 'Havana Syndrome' Not Caused By Russia Or Other Foes
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Regarding Havana Syndrome, there is much more to this story than the intelligence authorities are making out. I think they are running scared!
The BBC News has conducted an in depth analysis of the history and occurrence of Havana Syndrome across the world. Its news report makes fascinating reading and there certainly is a deep ongoing mystery to this cyber threat.
BBC News reports that the USA is “baffled” after new cases arose in Europe.
Good sources too.
Almost looks like pharma’s power and influence will wane slightly in public’s eye while Musk’s image is enhancing daily. Very few people seemed to notice the irony of Musk supporting the trucker protest in Canada while he’s selling trucks that replace the truckers completely.
These four stories prompted an idea that as the coerced digital enslavement imposed by pharma is backed off a step or two, Musks system will be ramped up. He’ll be the good cop to Bourla/Gates/Fauci’s bad cops. Musk has already been selling Neuralink’s enslavement as an enhancement idea for years. As per his claim, linked hybrid human/borgs will be so much more capable than pure humans that the work place will require such enhancements.
Chances are we have all already seen such paradigms in action in our workplaces. For last two decades I’ve seen plenty examples where more tech savvy kids were promoted faster than better skilled, experienced and knowledgeable folk who didn’t have the newest smartphone, laptop,….. whatever. Given the digitization of my workplaces, some of that discrimination was understandable. I’m an old guy with 60+wpm typing speed that stunned youngsters on a few occasions where they thought they were going to embarrass me by requiring I use learn/use systems they thought I was incapable of using. Thinking back, I was one of those tech savvy kids innovating my way through work.
Along these lines, has anyone been watching Ricardo Delgado and LaQuintaColumna.com?
“The future is graphene!”
An updating of a film quote from: The Graduate’s, “The future is plastic.”.
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At 16:20 to 16:33clicks in they review the scientific dots/facts that support the intentional killings at elderly homes w/their ultimate antennae radio trigger signals.
At 16:34 to 17:33/Are mRNA & Spike proteins; in fact, a smoke screen?
Thanks for the link!