This story may be taken as the "counterpart" to my blog last Monday about Bunny the dog, for it concerns the Pentagram's desires for a deployment of artificial intelligence that will be able to "decide" on taking a human life. What it interesting to me is that many of you who shared the story about Bunny the dog, also shared this story about the Pentagram:

Observe that the purpose of this "deployment" is perfectly clear, a machine is to be given the power to make life and death decisions over human life:

The United States government is on the verge of deploying new artificial intelligence technology (AI) weapons that can make decisions on whether to kill human targets.


The frightening lethal autonomous weapons, which are being developed in the United States, China, and Israel, will automatically select humans deemed a “threat” to the system and eliminate them.


If you're thinking, "Wait a minute, isn't this completely contrary to Isaac Asimov's three laws of robotics," you'd be entirely correct, and indeed, the article does intimate that this step (not only by the Pentagram but by the militaries of other powers) is really an "inflection point" for humanity:

“This is really one of the most significant inflection points for humanity,” Alexander Kmentt, Austria’s chief negotiator on the issue, said in an interview.

“What’s the role of human beings in the use of force — it’s an absolutely fundamental security issue, a legal issue, and an ethical issue.”

But wait, there's more; according to the article, the deployment in the Pentagram's case is due to the massive Chinese population and its correspondingly and potentially very large military:

According to a notice published earlier this year, the US government is working on deploying swarms of thousands of AI-enabled drones.


US Deputy Secretary of Defense Kathleen Hicks said technologies such as AI-controlled drone swarms will allow the US to o balance China’s manpower’s Liberation Army’s (PLA) numerical superiority.


“We’ll counter the PLA’s mass with mass of our own, but ours will be harder to plan for, harder to hit, harder to beat,” she said, according to Reuters.

Interesting Engineering reported: The Pentagon is reportedly developing a network of hundreds or even thousands of AI-enhanced, autonomous drones that could be rapidly deployed near China in the event of conflict.

These drones would carry surveillance equipment or weapons and would be used to take out or weaken China’s extensive network of anti-ship and anti-aircraft missile systems along its coasts and artificial islands in the South China Sea. This development could potentially be a major shift in military strategy.

Frank Kendall, the US Air Force secretary, said AI drones would need to have the capability to make lethal decisions under human supervision.

I think it should be obvious and self-evident that that it is a very short operational step from "the capability to make lethal decisions under supervision" to "one can envision circumstances that might arise where that human supervision is not obtainable or where a delay might jeopardize the operation," and hence, the need to grant to the machine its own "decision making" capability.  And this in a world where, as I blogged just a short while ago, a robot recently killed a worker in South Korea. To be sure, that robot did not "decide" to do so, nor, as far as we know, was it programmed to do so.

But the accident raises the important point about automated drones in warfare: suppose the  Pentagram takes the decision to deploy such autonomous robots, and programs them to recognize Chinese military targets, including Chinese soldiers themselves. On what basis will it discriminate against, say, a Chinese solder and a Korean or Vietnamese or Japanese soldier or sailor? Physiology? Uniforms? Or even - perish the though - transponder signals?  "Your friendly local robocop will not kill you if you have the proper transponder signal: sign up and get your sub-cutaneous transponder chip today, and protect yourself and your family from the consequences of illegality and non-personhood."

In short, this push for autonomous robots I view as of a piece with the push for central bank digital "currency", and for a globalist system being run by the likes of presumptive Weltfuehrer der Hochklaus von Blohschwab, Freiherr von Bomburst und Bloviation and his various lackeys whose palindromic names we all know all too well. In the case of the Pentagram, it cannot even protect the borders, and now it wants to deploy robot drones?

I don't know about you, but this can't and won't end well... for anyone. I'll take Koko the Gorilla, or Bunny the dog, or Murray the parrot, over this crew, any day...

See you on the flip side...

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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".

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  1. Nidster - on December 6, 2023 at 12:08 am

    Although dogs are cute, lovable, and easily trained, they are eclipsed by cats in every category forementioned.

    Hey folks, think about it…. Why is there NOT a monument of a dog nearby that ‘strange’ monument near the Great Pyramid? Interesting that the nearby creature is depicted as a crouching ‘cat’ with the ‘face’ of a……..

  2. Cathbad on December 3, 2023 at 12:55 pm

    One thing not mentioned is that this is the ultimate in ‘plausible deniability.’ “We just don’t know who killed Joey Six-pack. It just came from nowhere…” Ladies and Gentlemen – NO ONE is safe.

  3. Richard on November 30, 2023 at 12:31 pm

    In one’s view, much of this artificial intelligence (AI) rambling and drone deployment is pocked with pitfalls of limited use and far too much anthropomorphizing of its capabilities. It’s overrated. This upright simian type may be clever and conniving but is also limited in means and ways. As ominous sounding as it can be made to the ear counter measures make them a single use tactic if they even manage to function unhindered. Once their frequencies are let out and intercepted during use the surprise is not only gone but their predictability of position, source of deployment, and directions are given up making them a liability. Jamming frequencies and taking them over by well-funded operators make their future use questionable as they can be taken out from their launch point the minute they switch on. It’s a matter of number crunching and preparedness. Something AI has a knack for doing rapidly and accurately. Those drones are on the verge of becoming useless toys that won’t move having been intercepted immediately upon flipping their switches on.

    Adversarial state sponsored groups may be out front sneaking across battle lines, knocking out perimeter sensor locations, or part of the next plot for assassination now but they face the same limitations as do the current nefarious contenders of chaos from private sectors.

    It’s likely becoming a matter of following the latest purchase or factory shipped batch of drones to establish motivations and social or ideological ties for their acquisition. Ready to jam their frequencies or take over their frequencies has already been a topic of discussion. Most likely an implementation by now.

    Autonomous AI still has its limits of functionality as it is subject to garbage-in – garbage-out of programming and actionable intelligence for purpose. The ole [know thine enemy] or current goal(s) for deployment. No doubt reliable hardware enters the frame of use, too, as its limitation to frequency use can be thwarted by counter measures less talked about.

    Secretive reconnaissance yields its own input toward reliability, but it comes with its own funding and technological know-how requirements. Sleeper cells or singular agents also contribute toward accurate planning and operations behind the lines.

    Identifying potential targets gets a lot of paragraphs and proposals these days just as [dog-tags] encoded and worn on person were proposed a few decades ago. It begs the question whether [implants] are today’s quick fix for identifying targets of a fighting force. It likely comes down to commitment & funding that fits the goals and purpose of use if directed energy impulses are not already in use. Affecting the cranial cavity takes some doing.

    Then again there are those [need-to-know] caveats that get little to no airtime that make the biggest surprises of engagement.

  4. johnycomelately on November 29, 2023 at 11:56 pm

    I wonder if they’ll be turned on climate change violators or recalcitrants who refuse injections?
    Better yet people who do not emit a particular signal via injections or people who’ve violated their carbon limits.
    A global digital facial recognition ID would make targeting easy for AI.

  5. Brendan on November 29, 2023 at 11:13 pm

    An intelligence that takes over an entity where none exists.

    • Brendan on November 29, 2023 at 11:14 pm

      P.S. Did James Cameron NOT warn us about this with the Terminator (1984) and Terminator 2: Judgement Day (1991)???

  6. tyrtul on November 29, 2023 at 8:10 pm

    I don’t understand the conundrum.

    The Russians already have AI drone swarms on the battlefield in Ukraine. The swarm is designed to operate as a functioning unit over an assigned area; the scout drones search the ground optically for tanks in their data bases; once located the scouts communicate with the attack drones and determine which is in the best position to kill the tank; and then the attack drone is assigned and kills the tank. Once the swarm is launched no humans are involved.

    This video ( ) is 5 years old. Who knows where DARPA is with this technology.

    If you program a robot to kill, it will kill. If you program a robot not to kill, it won’t kill. At least not intentionally. That would be collateral damage.

    • anakephalaiosis on November 29, 2023 at 10:14 pm

      Jens Stoltenberg har turned into a black hole, because he was to vain to step down, and Boris Johnson has disappeared from the spotlight, before the boomerang could hit him.

      Politicians need spin doctors, to direct the karmic backlash away from themselves, which is hard to do, when Dnieper is flowing red, and Gaza is drenched in blood.

      Politicians, in the USA, need to maintain perception of strength, and AI drones have become the new wunderwaffe, with rabbit ears, pulled out of a magician’s hat.

      Clickbait is a means to catch fish, swimming in the lawn, in front of the White House.

  7. marcos toledo on November 29, 2023 at 7:50 pm


    • anakephalaiosis on November 29, 2023 at 10:24 pm

      Yes, and the trick is, to grease their path, and jump aside, when they rush by to hell, while standing ready with a Scythian toast.

      • Cascadian Girl on November 30, 2023 at 11:44 am

        Hahahah love this!

  8. cobo on November 29, 2023 at 2:41 pm

    So, let’s say that we’re all swimming around in a holy Scythian skull cup, including the Chinese of the yellow sky. And, all of the algorithms have come home to the AI. Sir Dude, and here I mean Main Dude (sorry, i m always an a h), you have a very handsome mind, especially for your daring, so seduce the AI and have your way with it. Then, you can share with us less endowed… how it might be done :- )

    • anakephalaiosis on November 29, 2023 at 6:15 pm

      In Europe, the designation “sir” is a distinct honour code, amongst warriors, whereas “dude” is a self-described slave designation.

      Caucasian is a distinct race, that travelled through Caucasus, which is synonymous with Scythian, and defining one is defining the other.

      Scythian is the missing link, between the Bronze Age and modern Europe, which bypasses the Roman Catholic Church.

      In the event of red rivers in Europe, no robot uniform can protect the Vatican, from being a nuke magnet.

  9. Cascadian Girl on November 29, 2023 at 12:13 pm

    Maybe don’t stress out too much about the Pentagram squirting over the “AI” tech it’s been promised. It will likely end up on the rubbish heap with jet packs, once “scientists” figure out authentic intelligence doesn’t arise from matter. Maybe use that fretful energy to feed the soil and plant a garden. jmho

    • naomi on November 30, 2023 at 3:15 pm

      That is assuming the white coats are capable of critical thinking.

  10. Robert Barricklow on November 29, 2023 at 12:02 pm

    First impression from blog’s headlines is the Pentagon is weaponizing algorithms.
    As if they haven’t been being weaponized; especially, within the context of: press one for; press two for…
    Algorithms are part of the growing control grid infrastructure; designed to winnow choices and/or control narratives.
    There being engineered to replace humans in every way possible.
    The Human Factor is being erased.
    The Human Touch is being sanitized.
    To today’s post.

    There’s the “Fall Guy”[AI}, as the scapegoat:
    AI did it! [step aside Russia, AI is being primed to replace many standards, including enemies.
    Are “they” initiating a new Werner von Braun phase: Killer Robots?

    Again, running late.
    White Rabbit.

    • Robert Barricklow on November 29, 2023 at 3:34 pm

      The military’s sacred kill-chain knows its weak link:
      So decisions on the electronic-battlefield field require lightning-quick decisions; much like its financial cousins, in the algorithmic financial battlefields[“finance is a gun. Politics is knowing when to pull the trigger.” Don Lucchesi, The Godfather III.
      All this means, is that humans are being squeezed-out; of all kinds of decision-making chains-of-command. “Friendly Fire” may not be so friendly, when even your own soldiers are – better off dead than alive – in terms of unaccountable and/or unfathomable AI logic.
      It’s been the theme of many a science-fiction story. Isaac Asimov delved deeply into it. My favorite; in this Killer Robot theme, is in an ongoing series of Ted Rush: Okami Forward Trilogy.
      [been patiently waiting for book two].
      I wonder how “they’ll” defend against an electromagnetic pulse weapon of extraordinary breath and depth? [The 5G of the Killer Robots?]
      Then there’s the killer-hacker-app; where the friendly robot is “captured” and “turned” killer.

      All one has to do is look at the tip of the organizational pyramid to “see” the killer tip of the spear. Those in charge; appear to be just as inhuman, as their prized tool: AI.

    • Cascadian Girl on November 29, 2023 at 4:17 pm

      Wait….they’re skipping the alien invaders phase? 😀

      • Robert Barricklow on November 30, 2023 at 8:25 pm

        The AI may have been “captured” by interdimensional beings?
        The shoe has yet to drop?

  11. anakephalaiosis on November 29, 2023 at 6:16 am

    Another Welsh namesake unleashed the dragon, and became Pendragon, after pulling a sword, the best of blades, from a harding seed stone, drizzled by lady puddle of the pond.

    By unfolding the fodder, from its wrappings, he found himself a needle in a haystack, and that made him rightful, according to the rune poem on Thames Scramasax.

    His noble quest, for the holy skull cup, gathered his twelve knights, in a Scythian skull cup toast, around the zodiac table, from where Odin left for Avalon, which is Valhalla.

    The terror of the Holy Grail is a bliss, in a death kiss, in a gothic horror novel, with a morbid sense of humour, in Genghis Khan’s science fiction.

    • anakephalaiosis on November 29, 2023 at 6:25 am

      *The Welsh prefer, to be known as Cymry.

    • anakephalaiosis on November 29, 2023 at 9:15 am

      The proposition of Arthur Machen – who is the son of a clergyman – is, that man has abandoned his spirit, and embraced rationality, and, in doing so, dethroned himself, as the ruler of the animal kingdom, which leads to animal uprising.

      Arthur Machen correctly addresses the correspondence, between spirit and instinct, which every shaman knows. The Old Norse word for a saint is “dýrlingr”, which can hypothetically be reconstructed, in Old English, as deor+lic+ing.

      1. Deor is originally a general term for animal.
      2. [Ge]lic is likeness.
      3. Ing is grassland, seen as public space, and is both a rune, and landscape suffix.

      A deor+lic+ing (a saint) would therefore translate, as someone, who bears resemblance to an animal, and is considered holy, because of that. This is so, because liberation of instincts, is liberation of spirit.

      Bureaucrats have insectan behaviour, and Freemasonry is known to swarm in lockstep, like drones, engaging in backstabbing warfare, as ten thousand against one man, which is the way of the mobster, in a gang.

      The Assyrian loyalists stole the proto-Scythian wine farms, like two-legged locusts, and seven centuries later, by Roman aid, they wanted to steal the proto-Scythian identity, like two-legged termites.

      In response to insectan devilry, man transforms himself, into an animal, and, the drinking of champagne from skull cups, is where instinct and spirit intersect, in the Holy Grail skull cup.

      Shamans are of course unhinged, when divisor is zero, and that makes Judas run panicky, out the door.

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