A detailed report on Web 3.0

There is a resistance to the hegemony of Google, Facebook and other large web corporations who are trying to channel everyone down the same cattle chute while de-monetizing and censoring anyone who will not go like cattle through the chute. The resistance behind web 3.0 is becoming fairly well established and is trying to keep the web free. It is all based on blockchain, and the following report covers it well.

The actual report, (which contains graphics) is HERE, the text I ripped has the info but does not show as pretty as the actual report.

Calm before the storm

The birth of blockchain spawned a movement which is set to disrupt the entire tech industry. Blockchain and crypto enthusiasts are calling it the Web 3.0 and it’s looking to make all traditional business models defunct. This is because, in short, the technology will facilitate the decentralization of the World Wide Web, thereby equalizing control and ownership back from the grasp of profit hungry corporations.

The Web 3.0 ecosystem already consists of over 3000 variegated crypto coins and over 900 decentralized apps or DApps (a single DApp can mean a team of up to 50 members, each dedicated to disrupting a specific industry). And even though the industry is still in its infancy, the market cap has already exceeded 800 billion.

Liberté, égalité, fraternité

These numbers supply damning evidence this movement is indeed a revolution in the works. And not unlike France in the 18th century, this revolution was born out of the frustration of inequality between millions of people and the few in power. And justly so, the Web 2.0 provided a fertile ground for corporations to monopolize control and profits.

The net giants are doing nothing other than consolidating control. Take internet.org for example, Mark Zuckerberg’s initiative to provide free access to the internet to deprived countries. The programmes intentions are rightly questioned as an obvious route whereby Facebook can control and discriminate access to the internet by any way they deem fit.

Facebook’s CEO is spending big bucks to defend his interests, and he’s not the only one. Jeff Bezos’s acquisition of the Washington Post is the cheapest and most subtle political insurance Amazon can buy. The price tag of $250 million beats a potential $700 billion ‘Antitrust’ case brought against the company.

It all goes to prove that a more liberated, egalitarian and fraternal internet would be a cause for concern for some monarchical corporations and their leaders.

The transition to a trust-less, anti-corruptible and anti-censorship system is not only necessary, it’s inevitable, and the changes will be catastrophic. Take these sectors for example:

Exchange Services

The cryptocurrency exchange Mt. Gox once again showed why housing data in a centralized manner is a bad idea, with over $460 million worth of bitcoin raided by hackers in 2014. Without a central governing authority, no one can adjust or float market rates and exchange values. There’s no boss in charge with conflicted interests, and there’s no one with more access to user data than anyone else. If we were to sum up the Web 3.0 in a word, it could be disintermediation.

We are now seeing decentralized exchanges like Bitfinex and EOSfinex fill in the gap of trust by removing the ‘central point of failure’ for anyone to manipulate. Immutability allows consumers to interact directly and costly financial process can be automated via smart contracts. With the ability to perform micro and macro payments, through fast clearing times and much cheaper fees, crypto currencies and exchanges will win in the long term.


File Storage Web 2.0 > Web 3.0

Now DApps like Storj, Filecoin and Maidsafe are leading the way in decentralized storage systems. All pushing to reduce costs and improve security with current storage providers. They run on the premise of trading unused storage capacity across desktops, servers and storage devices in exchange for tokens on their platforms. The nodes that store data will receive a reward in return and will perpetuate the framework. It will cost a fraction of what centralized storage platforms are offering so these platforms will undoubtedly win consumers in the long term, businesses will inevitably choose cheaper methods with improved security and privacy.

Messaging & Social Networks

If you live in Turkey or China, you are accustomed to explicit censorship and restrictive content. With Erdogan blocking twitter and Xi Jingpin banning anyone comparing him to Winnie the Pooh, there is no escape. And the Western world is not exempt either. Google released a code last year which scanned every private Google doc for violations and restricted access if they deemed necessary.

The demand for free speech is universal, and in the current state of internet affairs, the imbalance of power means the internet can be manipulated and blocked at a whim to benefit any corporation or governmental agency.

We are beginning to see decentralized social platforms like Steemit, Akasha and Status filling the privacy void. There cannot be lawsuits demanding access or restrictions to accounts without a central body, and the content remains in the hands of the user.

Insurance and Banking

Insurance Web 2.0 > Web 3.0

Corruption, insider trading, greed; These terms have become synonymous with insurance and banking industries. We are required to blindly trust the financial system because there are no alternatives on offer. Decisions are made behind closed doors and consumers have no say. It’s not hard to see why these sectors top the bill on corporate collapses and scandals. With $182 billion worth of taxpayer bailouts, this current broken system affects everyone.

The peer to peer industry has demonstrated how non-profit organizations can be sustainable long term. Take Mozilla or Wikipedia for example, they prove why centralized, profit-oriented governance is not necessary. But with the technology, we can go bigger. Blockchain provides an alternative where decentralized governance and trust is supplied through incorruptible smart contracts and cryptographic mathematics. The rules of the game are clear from the beginning.

Video Streaming

In 2005, YouTube (now owned by Google) popularized user generated content, representing a historic change in how we interact with the internet. But as time passed, and profit objectives were required to be met, slowly but surely we saw big changes. It’s considered free, but we do exchange our personal information (browsing/shopping habits) mostly unconsciously. All the while content generators only see a small percentage off the profit from advertising.

Their advertising and censorship policies are vague, and many content generators argue that videos are inconsistently and unjustly demonetized. With 400 hours of content uploaded every minute, Google admitted that they “don’t always get it right”. So if the largest internet corporation in the world can’t handle it, then it would appear that centralized control doesn’t work out best for consumers.

Music Streaming

Music Web 2.0 vs Web 3.0

In terms of professional artists making their living of such streaming services, the 30% middleman fee cuts deep into those who are just paving their way. The decentralize web offers a better solution for streaming services where users will be the owners and beneficiaries of their content. The Web 3.0 will will make it possible to remove intermediaries and enable advertisers, viewers, and content creators to engage directly with one another.


We can see decentralization is making tracks, but it’s applications and benefits to specific industries are still largely unknown in mainstream internet audiences. The ‘Internet of Blockchain’ foundation (IBF) aims to counter exactly that. The mission is to foster adoption and push the transition to the Web 3.0; a more user-centric web where we retain complete ownership of our data, identity and digital assets.

The IBF is aware how the lack of accessibility is hindering widespread adoption, hence the support for Essentia.one, a decentralized framework working to tackle this issue. The decentralized framework will be the first to bring together the decentralized ecosystem and enable interoperability between multiple blockchains. Essentia has natively integrated DApps such as Akasha, Aragon and Storj, and will provide the first, user-friendly interface for anyone to access and manage their digital lives on the Web 3.0.

So why are the net giants worried? Because the abuse of power and control can only be sustained for so long. Think of King Louis XVI and Marie Antoinette as they become apparent of the revolution underfoot. This time however, it’s not the people of Paris shouting liberté, égalité, fraternité, it’s the tech community, collectively working to facilitate the transition to a better world.

It is official, the E.U. backed Iran

The U.S. will now be forced to back down on sanctioning companies that do business with Iran, or cut off business with all of the EU. Iran wins, Trump will not intentionally crash the U.S. economy.

Kiluea beginning to go BONKERS

If you watch this live stream at around 5:55:00 into it, you can calculate from the fall times that the lava is being thrown approximately 500 feet into the air now.

I heard real estate on the East side of the volcano is going real cheap now.

The miracle of life extension tech was buried

There is someone above George Soros calling the shots from an even higher position.

The problem of human aging was solved long ago. Many people may remember the HGH commercials Art Bell used to run on late night radio. They were for real. And the products Art advertised did not require the abortion industry to provide the HGH, instead, the products Art Bell advertised stimulated the pituitary gland to produce "more of your own HGH". These products Art advertised no longer exist.

HGH is a hormone your body naturally produces, which regulates it's age. If you have too little, you will not completely heal from even small injuries and normal wear and tear, instead you will age and eventually wear out.

In the late 90's and early 2000's, the tech had been well developed, and there were many products available to cause your pituitary to produce more HGH, and that would improve your vitality. The best of these products was never advertised by Art Bell, and was instead sold at GNC with the brand name Ultra Lab HGC. That particular product was changed in 2003, and pulled from shelves entirely in 2004, along with all the rest of the HGH boosters that actually worked. The tech was simply too good for people to be allowed to have, unless, of course, you are wealthy enough and evil enough to be willing to pay for direct injections of HGH derived from the brains of aborted babies.

I actually tried the Ultra Lab HGC, for a short time period of 3 months. I had a back problem. It miraculously healed. It hurt like it had just been injured, and then healed. The same thing with my knees, which I had injured more than a decade before - they hurt like I had just injured them all over again and then healed. I have had zero problems with either since 2003, they were permanently and lastingly healed.

I was worried about side effects from a product that powerful and stopped taking it, not realizing it would soon be gone. The benefits lasted until now (and are still lasting.) If you look on the web, the product that worked was "500 sub lingual pellets", the 126 tablet version you can actually find pictures of now was not as good, and now the product is entirely gone.

I know first hand the tech existed and worked. And I know we can't get it anymore, any companies that had anything real were either bought out and shut down, or shut down some other way.

It is my belief that the natural HGH boosters that triggered your own body to produce more HGH were probably better than whatever George Soros is using to keep his decrepit bag of parts running. He's not in on the big secret if he has to keep injecting himself with whatever is derived from abortions, ditto for Hillary and all the other crap out there. And now, predominantly, many of the HGH reports that talk about what it is and what it does, say you have to use injections to get it. That's B.S, I saw the truth about this myself.

What has happened with the topic of HGH really makes me wonder who is really in charge of things. There is probably another layer to the shadow government that is above Nut Yahoo, Soros, Rothschield, - the true deep state that manipulates even these people. Certainly, life extension tech is already fully developed and real, and even the elite old kodgers we are allowed to chat about are not being let in on the real secret.

Here is the ingredient list for the real, (500 pellet) version of Ultra Lab HGC.

I was able to resurrect this better than I ever have before for some reason this time, the ingredient list above is confirmed to be the real deal.

In preparation (if you try this,) it is evident from other study of this that none of the ingredients can be heated above body temperature, and whatever concoction you come up with has to be administered sublingually (under the tongue) for one minute, with no food or drink for at least 15 minutes after. And it only takes a tiny amount.

I don't know how they prepared this but I would guess the ingredients were dehydrated, then mixed in a cold tea, then concentrated as much as possible, then saturated into homeopathic pellets (these are little white pellets that get soaked in whatever homeopathic ingredient they are supposed to carry,) and then you take six of those pellets and put them under your tongue until they dissolve.

That is my best guess on how they did it, based upon actually using the product. There are many many herbal supply places around here in Mexico so maybe I'll try to come up with all that stuff and mix a batch and then report what happens.


This morning's shooting had trolls on all forums, not even major forums, I MEAN ALL FORUMS minutes after the shooting, saying they witnessed it. This was done to keep people from saying it was not real.


All they did was prove they were set and staged to take action the moment this "shooting" was published, which means it either never happened or was government sponsored. When trolls were even blowing out forums with fewer than 150 users WITHIN THE FIRST FEW COMMENTS ON THREADS WITH THIS TOPIC, saying they were there, it is so impossible it amounts to CASE CLOSED.

They proved in Vegas that they will murder large numbers of people for political gain now. Whether or not they actually did in Texas this morning is open to scrutiny.

Another High School shooting

Yesterday's FBI claim of Paddock being a "white supremacist" was the primer for today's false flag. If this shooting happened, it was government sponsored no if's or buts. That is the ONLY WAY trolls could have been everywhere for it, on cue.


ALL FORUMS, EVEN THE MOST OBSCURE ONES, HAS SOMEONE POSTING THAT CLAIMS TO BE RIGHT THERE. HERE IS AN EXAMPLE, FROM A FORUM WITH ONLY 375 people online when this was posted right at the top of the thread on this topic:

Unbelievable? This next one is even more damning:

This next forum had 124 people online and this got posted within 3 minutes of the thread opening there also??!!?? IMPOSSIBLE.


How many people did they have to employ to bomb every damn last forum, right down to the forum at Bob's hardware of Quimby Iowa with this "I was there" crap?

Well well, Parkland was fake. Let's see if they get another David Hogg going for this one.


Everyone start checking for reports about this that were issued too early, AND check Craigslist for crisis actor jobs, AND Facebook for accounts that were set up too recently plus reported about this too soon, AND try to find evidence that crisis actors were used.


Trump has not been looking normal lately, I think McDonalds got a CIA plant that finally drugged him a good one. So he will probably go along with a gun ban for this.

THE SHOOTING IS FAKE, I AM CALLING IT ALREADY, LOOK AT THIS SHIRT THEY SAY HE HAD ON HIS FACEPLANT. I took this straight off his supposed three week old Facebook account.

FROM THIS, WE ARE SUPPOSED TO HATE RUSSIA, COMMUNISTS, THE GERMANS and a FREE JAPAN, from before the U.S. defeated them. Or maybe the kid was crazy? Here is his explanation and OH, the "Born to kill" shirt from April 30 is JUST TOO CONVENIENT. Over the top. Not believable.



17 years after 911

Here's something to consider. We are coming up on 20 years after 911. This means that anyone under the age of 30 will be unlikely to remember the attacks and be traumatized by them. THAT MEANS THEY NEED ANOTHER 911 TO KEEP THE PUBLIC PRIMED.

In light of this mornings TROLL CERTIFIED FAKE OR SPONSORED SHOOTING, where everyone plus the dog and their tractor saw it first hand "so it has to be real", I figured I'd mention this.

How many people did they have to employ to bomb every damn last forum, right down to the forum at Bob's hardware of small town Iowa with this "I was there so it is definitely real" crap?


That's not the title of the linked report, or even what it is about, but the Pentagon really did screw up and give away secrets with this.

Report topic: Russia-Germany pipeline raises intelligence concerns

The report then goes on to explain how the pipeline will provide a way for Russia to install spy gear along the length of the pipeline. BAD MOVE BY THE PENTAGON; YOU SEE:

They do this all the time. Any time a U.S. controlled facility (even privately owned) goes into a foreign country, and ends up in a sensitive area, it is likely to be used for spying. Additionally, antenna fields are a favorite. There are often transmitter facilities housed in shipping container style buildings, and looking up at a hill full of antennas no one really knows what they are all for. So the U.S. can just smuggle a trailer in with a secret crew (to assemble any antennas at 3 AM that are needed for whatever intelligence they want to gather,) along with the equipment, drop it, and bam-o, they are in business, perfectly hidden in the antenna stubble.

How could the Pentagon be stupid enough to announce it's own methods by openly and brazenly accusing Russia of doing the exact same thing they do? Ridiculous. Snowflake stupid 5 year old can't beat uncle at chess STUPID. America might get it's ass handed to it in a Russian snow hat if they are stupid enough to Blunder out ridiculous reports like this.

IRAN SANCTIONS UPDATE: Europe dropped the dollar.

There is more on this below, but this is what it all boils down to now:

The EU has enacted a sanctions law against the United States, that will isolate the U.S. Additionally, the EU has agreed to keep buying Iranian oil. ON TOP OF THIS, the EU has declared an end to paying for Iranian oil with U.S. dollars.

It was stated earlier that Iran had plans to drop the U.S. dollar. However if anyone refused to pay with anything else, Iran would be forced to accept it. This new move by Europe is on the other side of the equation, Europe itself is stating it won't be paying Iran with U.S. dollars. This is a major development.

U.S. companies selling access to your real time location data

Everyone knows this, but it is time for a refresher.

Four of the largest cell giants in the US are selling your real-time location data to a company that you've probably never heard about before.

In case you missed it, a senator last week sent a letter demanding the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) investigate why Securus, a prison technology company, can track any phone "within seconds" by using data obtained from the country's largest cell giants, including AT&T, Verizon, T-Mobile, and Sprint, through an intermediary, LocationSmart.

Real-time location data was accessible by police under "the legal equivalent of a pinky promise," said a senator.

Yet little is known about how LocationSmart obtained the real-time location data on millions of Americans, how the required consent from cell user owners was obtained, and who else has access to the data.

Kevin Bankston, director of New America's Open Technology Institute, explained in a phone call that the Electronic Communications Privacy Act only restricts telecom companies from disclosing data to the government. It doesn't restrict disclosure to other companies, who then may disclose that same data to the government.

He called that loophole "one of the biggest gaps in US privacy law."


The prospect of Iran sanctions not going well for U.S.

EU to launch legal process to prevent US bans from affecting businesses in Iran

This was at PressTV

"The European Commission is set to launch a legal process based on a powerful law to block American sanctions against Iran as European Union powers mobilize to save the landmark 2015 nuclear deal following Washington's unilateral pullout.

Jean-Claude Juncker, head of the EU's executive body, said Thursday that the Commission will begin the process of activating Blocking Statute at 10:30 a.m. on Friday.

The Statute, which was adopted in 1996, refers to a law that makes it illegal for any European Union company to comply with US sanctions.

My comment: What this means is that Europe is taking legal action against the United States for backing out, and Europe will probably win. The end result will be that the U.S. gets sanctioned as badly as Iran, because as a result of this law, European companies (which cannot pull out of contracts with Iran after sanctions are applied on Iran) will then not be able to do business with the U.S. if the U.S. decides to back out of the Iran deal anyway. Obviously Europe will feel a pinch, but the U.S. will become a pariah."


A Youtuber made a fake bomb and put it in a Honda, and parked the Honda with windows rolled down and the keys in the ignition, in the ghetto with a Gopro in the car to record what went on when people tried to steal the car. When the key is turned, the fuses to the bomb light, they are loud and get the attention of the various car thieves, who then run like hell away from the car. Funny. I find this video shocking because so many people tried to steal the car. It was obviously easy to do this video, because so many different people tried to steal the car.

If you want an in-your-face example of how political correctness is BULLSHIT, it does not get any more blatant than this. Damn funny too.

Texting while driving

Here's a new one

Last Sunday I got trapped behind a motorcycle where the driver was obviously drunk. He was going about 10 miles an hour. I could not pass him because he was swerving too much and I did not want to run him over.

After a few blocks of this, he slowly, ever so slowly, coasted to a stop and put his foot down. I decided to go around him because he was not moving. And then I saw what was going on with him. He was not drunk, instead he was texting, while riding a motorcycle. Never saw that before . . . . .

QUESTION: Is Kim Jong stupid?

Evidently Trump, Bolton and South Korea think so!

Kim Jong has now backed away from nuclear disarmament. And in my opinion, he did it for several good reasons.

1. The U.S. reniged on the Iran nuclear deal. What is Kim going to think of that? What would you think if you were being kept safe by a nuclear arsenal, and you watched someone else dash their hopes of having one, only to be scammed later? The Iran nuclear deal was not a bad deal for the U.S., all it really did was open up Iran's economy, and return stolen assets. Iran was never "given" anything. Instead, what Iran "got" was more like having a volkswagen beetle stolen in 1980 and returned after 2010 with 400,000 miles on it.

The easing of economic sanctions was far more significant by comparison. Since sanctions are now not going to be eased on Iran even after Iran totally stuck to the agreement, how much trust should Kim have towards any promise from the United States? ANSWER: How much would you trust a paper bag to protect you from an Ebola specimen?

2. Then, WHILE Nort Korea was bulldozing it's nuclear testing area, the U.S. and South Korea started war games for an attack on North Korea. How could the United States and SK possibly have been more stupid? So there sat Kim Jong, looking at a shredded Iran deal, and war games - a practice session to wipe out his country! How stupid was that??? What kind of idiot would throw away his nukes in that scenario? Great gesture for world peace with those idiotically timed war games!


CONCLUSION: There will not be peace with North Korea and it is America's fault. How could there be peace, when the U.S. conducted war games after reniging on the Iran deal and then suggested the "lybia model" for Kim, where the leader of Libya was gleefully killed, ALL WHILE YOU WERE BULLDOZING YOUR NUCLEAR SITES and living up to your own word, to suck up to America and hope for the best? Who the hell would be stupid enough to hope for the best, given what the U.S. has already done to others? Kim is NOT STUPID.

I was hoping for the best for North Korea, and that those people would finally get more than rice. But the U.S. BLEW IT for those people, there is absolutely no one else to blame.

It is as if the U.S. took an enormous stack of Disney stories and burned them to bake a hyena. WAY TO GO.

PROVEN: Gardasil triggers the immune system to attack a woman's brain.

To be more specific, if you study this abstract, Gardasil in fact causes a woman's immune system to attack her brain the same way antidepressants do.

My belief: Gardasil is in fact given to women for the sole purpose of destroying male/female relationships.

Not my belief, COLD HARD FACT: Gardasil definitely, without question, attacks the brain, and the end result is depression. An abstract could not possibly make it more clear than this, and no, vaccine trolls won't refer to this "science" while they ridicule all people who question vaccines as "too stupid to understand basic science". When they do that, all I do is troll them hard with science that is over their heads. Not difficult to do against those who were only handed lines to throw out while not understanding a thing about what they are actually trolling. Here's a great one to throw against a troll:

If the state ever mandates I be vaccinated, at least one person other than me will suffer brain damage of a type you won't get from a vaccine in whatever attempt is made to jab me. I won't go down easy.

They know damn well what they are doing with vaccines, so when I go after trolls I hit them from the eugenics angle and explain the science behind why and how the vaccines do what they do. After they blat back a few textbook responses, they give up, I have yet to lose that debate.

Here is how vaccines are designed to destroy people, in one short little blurb:

No matter what you put in a vaccine along with a pathogen, the immune system will identify it as the pathogen, and will produce a custom antibody for whatever was injected along with the pathogen. If it happens to be peanut oil, a peanut allergy will result. If the pathogen happens to be injected with a squalene adjuvant, you might end up with a fish allergy. and today, many vaccines are grown in human tissue. They can't get all the human tissue separated from the pathogens, (nor do they even want to) and this is what is causing multiple sclerosis, fibromyalgia, autism, and a whole slew of other ailments at levels we have never seen before.

Squalene is a common vaccine adjuvant. Squalene is a basic building block of the human nervous system. What then happens when the immune system is tricked into removing this basic building block from the human body wherever it is? A whole slew of neurodegenerative auto immune disorders, and THEY KNOW IT. And it is worse than this now, nowadays a lot of the vaccines are cultured in genetically engineered yeast, that is designed to produce whatever human materials they actually want the resulting vaccine to attack. It can be whatever they want, whatever they tell the yeast to mimic. That makes modern vaccines a PERFECT weapon.

To sum it up, here is the science behind sabotaged vaccines: Materials are intentionally placed in the vaccine along with whatever pathogen the vaccine is for, and these materials are tailored to cause the immune system to identify key building blocks of the body (usually in the nervous system) as hostile, and the immune system subsequently rips the body and brain to shreds.

That is the "science". And no vaccine troll has ever been able to respond to it.

Speculation: ZTE bowed to the NSA, Huawei did not

The main point of this particular report is speculative, but I bet I nailed it. First, what is not speculative:

In early 2016 another Edward Snowden (who was a hell of a lot worse than Snowden) smuggled ultra classified NSA spy software out of an NSA facility and dropped it on the dark web. This software uses hardware based back doors to allow itself to become permanently embedded in a system. I'll explain how it does this.

Every device you use has three different operating systems, running in layers. The layer you see is the OS the device sells with - Windows, Android, etc. Immediately below this top layer everyone sees is the bios layer, which in devices such as phones allows you to re-flash the device with "firmware updates". When you update "firmware", this is the layer you are working with. Most people think that's the root layer of any device. It is not. There is a layer below this that as it turns out, is specifically for the NSA. In all processors now, the bottom layer, which you cannot see, uses the MINIX operating system which is physically burned into the processor itself, and has a second processor you never know is there (but has ultimate control over the main processor). This second processor has approximately as much power as a 486DX2-66 processor. We may scorn that particular processor nowadays, but it is actually quite powerful, and more than enough to rape the main processor.

This second processor has flashable writable space that can be written to by the NSA for the purpose of planting bugs on a system that will not affect it's performance at all, because the bugs are executed by a processor the end user is not even aware exists. And even lowly devices, such as burner phones and other throwaway trash now have this second processor in them.

In early 2016, the software the NSA uses to exploit this second processor was dropped on the dark web, and hackers got it. You can still get illegal copies of this software, that is marketed as spy tools and phone location trackers that can be planted without whoever the bug was planted on ever knowing it. I had two such products posted on this site a couple months ago. The NSA knows this software was lost. The NSA does not want to tell anyone this happened, and is instead simply attempting to track down anyone who got ahold of this software, because they don't want to give up their toy. They are failing at this because the software is still available. And they don't care enough to warn people and plug the holes because they are pricks, who want to keep on raping people the same way the hackers that got their stuff are now doing.

Everything written to this point is CERTIFIED FACT. Take it to the bank, this has been reported "on the lower left hand side of page 52" by even mainstream publications such as Wired, but was not put front page for obvious reasons. I have also had those articles linked here before.


Hardware manufacturers in China also got the software and reverse engineered it because they actually care about their customers. Most likely Huawei and ZTE plugged the holes this software rips open, and got rid of the exploits. It was only after this happened that suddenly the U.S. government started ripping Chinese products. HEY, GUESS WHAT? IT WAS ALSO ONLY AFTER THIS SOFTWARE GOT OUT THERE TO BE REVERSE ENGINEERED AND PATCHED THAT THE GOVERNMENT STARTED RIPPING KASPERSKY ALSO.

And here is my bet: I'd bet Trump only started talking happy with ZTE, promising to "make China great again" by getting their products back into the U.S. market after they got shunned and banned out of it due to "security concerns with chinese products", because ZTE buckled under economic pressure, and agreed to put the NSA ass rapes right back into their products.

You see, you have to understand how the minds of criminals work. Any privacy on the part of the people the criminals exploit will allow good people to do things the criminals don't know about, and THAT amounts to "a security breach". fat chance the NSA is actually worried about the Chinese getting into American's business via their own spying. That is clearly not what "the security problems with Chinese products" are. The NSA could actually care less about that, if any American thinks agencies such as the FBI and NSA actually care about them, they need their head examined, these agencies are enemies on American soil AND THEY PROVED IT, BY NEVER ALLOWING ANY HOLES TO BE PLUGGED AFTER KNOWN CRIMINALS GOT AHOLD OF THEIR STUFF.

The writing is on the wall. WHY did American intelligence suddenly tell people to stop buying ZTE and Huawei, and to get rid of Kaspersky ALL AT ONCE and ONLY AFTER the NSA's hacking tools got released into the wild? Why was the timing like THAT? Answer: Because Apple, Microsoft, Google, Norton and all the other "big evils" are in bed with the NSA, and happily continued allowing their customers to be reamed by them, as well as be bare butt naked against hackers and crapware that can be had by anyone, and will rape people wholesale. After all, if the bug is so embedded the end user does not know it is even there why would Norton have to care? Their customers would not know their antivirus totally failed.

The good companies, like Huawei, ZTE, and Kaspersky said NO WAY. There is such a thing as ethics, and we are not going to be a part of this. And for that they got punished.



A transgender male who did not have his man parts removed wanted a total hair removal / wax job. Unfortunately the only one working the day the guy walked in was a Muslim woman, and it was totally against her religion to wax job a naked man that was not her husband.

So the spa informed the transgender "woman" that they do not perform wax jobs on male body parts.

So now dangling Andy er, I mean ANNIE has filed a human rights claim against the waxing spa. claiming "she" was denied services based on her gender identity and gender expression and is seeking $50,000 for "immense harm to my dignity."

So what will a liberal judge do? Side with a transgender "woman" who still has his male parts, or the Muslim woman, who can't touch them, or even look at them?

You can't make this stuff up, SEE THIS.


Well well, more stupid to report . . . . .

The U.S. and South Korea STUPIDLY conducted military drills against North Korea

So little kim did the wise thing, and suspended talks.

Well well, how ROCK STUPID could the U.S. and SK be, to go ahead and practice attacking the north right in the middle of peace negotiations? I already said it a few days ago - the deep state does not want peace with the North, and they just proved it. Right Kim was to suspend talks until they stop their drills. Only an idiot would not.

Perhaps reniging on the Iran nuclear deal gave little kim a shot of grown up wisdom also.

HOW FREAKING STUPID WAS IT TO CONDUCT MILITARY DRILLS AGAINST THE NORTH, RIGHT WHEN THEY WERE DEMOLISHING THE NUCLEAR TEST SITES? Probably not stupid, it was all planned, the neocons never wanted peace and just proved it.

Trump Opens the Gates of Hell in Palestine

This is a good excerpt from Farsnews (more there)

TEHRAN (FNA) - On Monday, May 14, and despite international outcry, President Donald Trump relocated the US embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem Al-Quds, the future capital of the state of Palestine.

The narcissist president of the United States knows full well that it's a bad idea, and he doesn’t need to look any farther. The deadly results of his criminal decision are out there for all the world to see. Little did he realize that it’s easier to hold onto a bad idea if you never share it, and it’s harder to defend one if you let it out. Whatever he is thinking, the relocation of the US embassy was a bad idea:

- At least 59 Palestinians were killed on Monday in Gaza and more than 2,700 others wounded as the Israeli army fired live ammunition, tear gas and firebombs at protesters assembled along several points near the illegal fence with Israel. The demonstrations, which coincided with protests against the opening of the US embassy, are part of a weeks-long movement calling for the right of return for Palestinian refugees to the areas they were forcibly expelled from in 1948. The severity of the injuries demonstrates that Israeli forces are resorting to disproportionate force to incapacitate these protesters. The result is unnecessary damage and suffering.

- Tuesday marks the annual commemorations of the Nakba, or "catastrophe", when Israel was created by the US and Britain on May 15, 1948, in a violent campaign that led to the expulsion of hundreds of thousands of Palestinians from their towns and villages. Since the protests began on March 30, Israeli forces have killed at least 109 Palestinians in the coastal enclave and wounded about 12,000 people. Sure enough, Trump’s embassy move only encouraged Israel to intensify its campaign of terror and genocide in Gaza.

My comment: I don't think Trump is a "narcissist" but they got the rest right (other than that most likely a lot more than 59 were killed).

Here is another good report on this topic from PressTV

WHOAH! VERY CREEPY: Israeli Supreme Court has the same "all seeing eye" pyramid as the dollar bill!

This has obviously been known for a while but it is the first I knew about it. This basically ties it all together. Why would the pyramid on the Israeli supreme court have the exact same geometry and color as the pyramid on the totally Jewish federal reserve's $1 bill, including the all seeing eye? The pyramid at the Israeli supreme court is even tiled the same way. Perfect attention to detail. CHECK THIS OUT!

First, the dollar bill.

Second, the Israeli supreme court:

I'd call that creepy, yep, there really is a correlation there. Illuminati ALL THE WAY.

Tesla power wall now available at Home Depot

Tesla is not going out of business if California is mandating solar on all new homes, and Home Depot started selling the power wall.

It has been rumored recently that Tesla is going to go out of business from not turning a profit and losing investors. However, I doubt this will happen.

The link to their products at Home Depot is HERE.

I think Tesla is going to make it as a company, but I'd like to math something out for people with regard to the power wall:

Short answer: If you are great at DIY, lead acid is still a better route, but for the majority, the power wall is now cheap enough to be a better option.

I have experience with the trolling batteries from Wal Mart. They are cheap, and very good. One I had (which now costs $70,) was 110 amp hours. At 12 volts. I just read comments online and people who buy these can't notice a difference in capacity even after 3 years, if they are well cared for. So figure they'll last at least 5 years (or longer if you can tolerate some power drop off)

Tesla's power wall is 13.5 kilowatt hours, and costs $5,500 to install, just the battery, nothing to support it. Plus there are additional ongoing costs.

For $70, a trolling battery from Wal Mart will deliver 12 volts times 110 amp hours, which equals 1320 watt hours. this means 11 wal-mart trolling batteries, for $770 USD, will match a power wall for storage. But there are other factors to consider.

It is fairly easy to get lithium ion batteries to hit a charge efficiency of 85 percent or more. This means that when you feed them 100 watts, they will hold at least 85 of those watts to deliver later.

Typical charge efficiency of lead acid batteries is in the 60 percent range. So the power wall will win that battle. If you are going solar, you have to have more panels to make the lead acid setup work. Additionally, the lead acid setup will need a lot more wiring to connect all the batteries. So that's more expense. Plus the lead acid batteries will wear out quicker. My estimate if you can totally DIY is that the actual cost of going lead acid rather than tesla will land right around $2,200.00 which will allow for a full replacement of the batteries once, plus $800 for more solar panels to offset the charge efficiency differences.

There is also an installation charge for the Tesla system, which will buy you a suitable inverter for your lead acid system. So consider the inverter free if you DIY your lead acid system. So what would I do vs what I would recommend others to do?


If you have the up front cash, the power wall is a good option. REASON: It is complex to take care of lead acid batteries properly, the wiring is more complex, you have to do it yourself to save money, you need an external inverter, and lead acid setups take space and are ugly.

Seriously - if you can't DIY, whoever installs your lead acid system will charge so much for installing it that the power wall might be cheaper. The power wall simply is no longer expensive enough to make it rational to pay the the extra labor charges for having someone else install a far more complex battery arrangement.

For only double the price of parts alone you can get a powerwall system that is elegant and kid friendly. I only would not go for a power wall because I am too much a geek, am totally DIY, don't care about how electrical systems look, I don't need that much power, and I am too cheap. Dirty hands don't bother me.

The power wall has gotten cheap enough to be viable. If you really would drain one out in a single day (which is Tesla's rating for this) it will mean you use 400 plus kilowatt hours a month also. That's so much more than the 75 KWH/month I use that it would make a power wall irrelevant overkill. I simply would not do it, considering what my actual power needs are. For other people however, the power wall would be a great way to avoid a hassle.

One important comment: There are competing lithium ion battery systems. However, I have looked into how Tesla does things, and they do it right. Here's basically why:

Tesla's rating will be for approximately 80 percent charged. This is very important, because if you charge lithium ion batteries to 100 percent, you shorten their life very dramatically. A fully charged lithium ion battery, sitting totally unused, will self destruct down to 60 percent capacity in only 2 years even if it is never used once, and the charge capacity is gone forever.

By avoiding a 100 percent charge, Tesla greatly extends the life of their batteries, remember, even when destroyed down to 60 percent of it's original life, a lithium ion battery that was charged to 100 percent and left to sit, is still "100 percent charged", it is just a lot less of a battery. The only way to avoid this kind of death is to simply not charge it fully to begin with. Many other companies competing with Tesla are going to cheat on their capacity by allowing a 100 percent charge. Tesla does not cheat. They actually deliver long lasting quality. This has to be considered by anyone buying a system.

It will be a sad day if Tesla goes out of business, the company really does do things the right way and worked at this long enough to finally make having "done right" be affordable.

George Soros closed his "Open society foundation" in Hungary

This only proves Hungary was correct, and Soros only operated there to destroy the country. Other countries need to see this example and follow suit - if Soros can't get away with being a destroyer, he won't waste his money trying. Hungary just proved Soros is not a good guy, and was not operating any sort of philanthropic charity. If he is operating somewhere, the operation is hostile. SHUT IT DOWN.



HA HA HA, they could not have made who Soros is any more obvious by how badly they pooped themselves with that report!!!


UPDATE: A very raw rip of the article has been posted HERE in case anyone feels the need to clean it up. I'll do it later if the original vanishes.

North Korea actually is destroying it's nuclear sites

They are going to find out they were stupid for doing this if they don't keep a few secrets.

It actually is true. This is confirmed by even private satellites that have paid attention to the situation. They are using bulldozers to completely raze the test sites. And you know what happens when countries stand against the U.S. and don't have nuclear weapons. Just look at Iraq, Libya, Afghanistan . . . . .

North Korea is the most tunneled country on earth however. There is an endless labyrinth Kim could hide his nukes in. This is a possibility: Back when NK got it's nuclear materials, they were not as well tracked as they are now. He could easily have a secret stache. And if that is the case, he does not need to do any more testing.

When he had his biggest blast, I correctly called it at between 100 and 300 kilotons. The scam MSM was still trying to call it a relatively small nuke, sub 50 kilotons. It was in fact 170 kilotons. That is big league. India has nothing that big, and Pakistan is way behind that. Kim may have in fact decided he does not need test sites anymore simply because 170 kilotons is enough.

Consider this: If you have an endless labyrinth of tunnels to hide stuff in, and you tested your way to a world class nuke that is actually good, why would you need to continue testing? Would it not make more sense to hold onto whatever nuclear materials you have, and put them straight into a deterrent you're not going to blow up anymore and allow the world to know you have it?

I would be willing to bet Kim has hidden materials sufficient for a double digit number of his latest, best nuke. His rockets are already tested also. Does Ford keep crash testing trucks 20 crashes after they have all the answers? Why would Kim keep crash testing nukes? He has his answers. The testing sites really can be razed now.

If I was Kim, this would be my "chess".

Keep on making nukes in secret. He has the tech, no more testing needed. Declare yourself free and open. Re-unite with South Korea, and open a commercially run space program. Offer to launch satellites cheap. Be the big open. Totally free country. Then let private ventures pay for your space program. Put people in space, and use that as an excuse to test re-entry vehicles. Obviously you don't do this until your already existing missiles are proven (just in case) and they were proven but not good, just proven. It would be best to make improvements.

A few years into this, if the U.S. has not already reniged and blown you to smithereens, suddenly announce you have 20 nukes, all the launch capabilities, and you are a truly viable nuclear state. Announce you won't tolerate sanctions, and will be a happy player on the world stage, still free and open but TO BE LEFT ALONE.

That would be the real chess. Let's wait a few years and see if Kim decides to play it.

Rush Limbaugh: I know the name of the spy The FBI put in the Trump campaign

He does not come right out and say Stefan Halper, he just presents the evidence.

It has been theory on the web that Halper was the plant. I have not posted much about this (if anything at all) because it was not proven. However, if you are waiting for an admission of this, it will be as forthcoming as the truth about 911 and Sandy Hook. They are not going to admit this, so you are just going to follow the trail. Rush laid it out nicely here, and it is therefore time for even me to say Halper was the plant.

The above link is a lengthy transcript and a very good read. Below are the initial comments from Rush, before he really gets into it.

RUSH: "I now know who the spy is. I now know who the FBI was running in the Trump campaign. I don't think I'm gonna give you the name of the spy, but I'm gonna tell you everything the spy has done. It is the most amazing story. It is a story of entrapment. When you hear this, it's gonna infuriate you. You're gonna realize how utterly phony this entire investigation of Donald Trump is. It's phonier than you even realize now.

And there is a CliffsNotes version of this, and there is the intricate detailed version of this. I'm gonna give you the CliffsNotes version when we get into this. The name of the spy, you may not know it, it's not somebody when you hear the name, "Oh, that person." It's not that kind of person. Even to call the person a spy is a little bit of a stretch. It's more like an operative employed by the FBI to basically entrap somebody who worked with the Trump campaign in a peripheral way, and it worked like a charm.

Read the rest (many pages) via the headline link.

Two more tesla crashes

Why is the media picking on Tesla? FACT: Any time you get a super high performance car, people drive them stupid and get in accidents. The latest one happened in Switzerland, where a driver was moving like a raped ape and crashed it into a freeway divider. It burst into flames, and that's Tesla's fault? Not in my book.

So there have been tesla fires. The first remarkable one happened with a stolen tesla, where a crack head stole one, ripped it in half with a horrible crash, and left one half (that did not burn) lodged in the entryway of a synagogue.

Then we have the kids in Florida, who joy rode Daddy's car in a similar way, ripped it in half also, and we're supposed to question why it burned? Where is the literacy in that?

All energy is measured as heat potential. From a scientific standpoint, all the batteries do is store potential heat. Watts are a measurement of heat. And when you get 80,000 watt hours stored in anything, and then destroy what is holding it, the heat is simply going to be dropped into the environment in the form of fire, rather than moving the car the same way a gas tank (which in effect moves a gasoline car) will burn. But that never happens does it? No cars that run on gas EVER catch fire. . . . . YEP.

So today another guy crashes his Tesla in Switzerland, it bursts into flames, and it is Tesla's fault? Not hardly. Blaming Tesla for firey crashes is the same as blaming Ferarri for firey crashes every time some joker destroys one of their cars.

Here is the clincher: Ordinary car batteries start car fires in America 410 times a day, after accidents (not counting gas tank fires) and people burn to death in the cars after those fires too, started by A BATTERY. So is it right to blame Tesla just because their car runs on a battery? NOT AT ALL, the batteries you buy at autozone kill thousands of times more people and start thousands of times more fires. And no one is calling for a ban on them.

To stop their cars from burning in the hands of adult children behind the wheel, they need to issue steering wheel mounted pacifiers and wrap the entire chassis in a giant diaper and then restrict the top speed to 30 MPH so idiots who can't think their way to tomorrow don't crash them at 130+ MPH.

The real issue with Tesla is PERFORMANCE. Their cars perform far too well, and that brings out the child in too many people. So ban Porsche, Ferarri, and clunk the Corvettes because those cars get driven the same way too. That is basically the way people who rip Tesla think, without being able to connect the dots that lead to the reality of any high performance car. Boring world they live in.

Israel burning tents and jamming cell phones

Here's some censored news - Israel is attacking the Gaza protesters badly, by shooting them and fire bombing them. There are now reports of thosaunds injured and over 500 shot, but it is not being stated exactly how so many people were injured. Now it is known -

Israel is sending fire starting drones over the border, and is burning the tents and the area surrounding the protesters, as well as lighting them directly on fire when possible. The injury count is too high to be plausible. MSM reports leave you wondering - how did so many get injured? Did they trip on each other or what?

The real answer - fire dropping drones and mass shootings. All somewhat hidden via cell phone jamming. This is a lot uglier than we have been led to believe.

The problem with cell phone jamming at the border is that all anyone needs to do is head south into Gaza a little, and they can then post pictures like this. All the smoke is from Israeli assaults on Gaza and there are injured clearly visible, even in this shot.

Violent protests in Jerusalem

This is such an obvious outcome over the opening of a U.S. embassy to Israel there that it is almost not news. 25 killed (which likely means 250 at least when Israel reports it) and "hundreds" injured. At least they are admitting that "450 people were shot". The actual number is obviously higher. What else would anyone expect? That is why they bulldozed all the bushes and grass in the large empty space near the embassy, they did not want protesters having any cover.

I did notice however that they allowed Trump to jump by about 3 percent in the opinion polls after he rescinded the Iran deal, (polls which are predominantly lies) but the honeymoon is over, they already took that away because they can (and they still hate Trump) and the opinion polls are fake anyway. They bounced him a couple points after the embassy move was announced also. Ok, as long as it is only a bounce that returns to "terra firma", - their max acceptable numbers that will still allow trump to plausibly lose re-election when the time comes.

With regard to today's protests, it almost seems like they are simply re-running reports from the Gaza protest that recently happened with one minor twist - someone launched a burning kite from Gaza, which went over to the Israeli side and burned "dozens of acres" which would mean it got noticed but was not a huge fire. But they are saying it was. Both Israelies and Palestinians launch such kites at each other on occasion. The Jewish papers are claiming the kites are a "new form of Palestinan terror", however, it was the Israelis that gave them the idea when they did it first. Probably kids.

I am obviously against the embassy move, but in light of other recent more serious Trump disappointments, it pales.

There are a few christian cable channels that are having their Hanukkah over this. Sort of shows who really owns them.

Now they are admitting over 2,000 Palestinians have been injured by Israeli forces. So this is bigger than what they admitted to last time.

When it is Israel reporting, there is always a multiplication factor you need to apply. It is a lot more than 2000.

Misleading Drudge headline

I think Drudge got flipped. Drudge put up a headline "Record numbers of females facing defeat". I don't know how long it will stay up, but it goes to a New York Times article (written for three year olds) that states almost twice the number of women are running for elected positions this time around.

So yes, "record numbers of women really are facing defeat", At the same time record numbers of women are going for victory. Instead of giving the topic a defeatist "subjugation of women" tone, why not say what is really going on?

Drudge is toast. Putting the headline the way he did is a form of lying that is only done by scum sucking bottom feeders, as far as I see it, other than checking his site simply because it is an influence, he's out - I don't even hit it much anymore. It has gone far too leftist, and I am also tired of an endless stream of sex robot posts. If it was not for Drudge, I would not even know those exist.


Hungarian prime minister Orban has delivered for his nation what Americans hoped for from Trump. READ IT AND WISH.

"The era of liberal democracy has come to an end. It is unsuitable to protect human dignity, inadmissible to give freedom, cannot guarantee physical security, and can no longer maintain Christian culture.

Hungary has built a twenty-first century Christian democracy that guarantees human dignity, freedom and security, as well as protects the traditional family model. We are Christian Democrats and we want Christian Democracy."

Orban said he would not acquiesce to EU-imposed migrant quotas, warning that mass migration "can lead to the deaths of nations" as he vowed to defend the interests of the Hungarian people and safeguard Christian values.

"Today, thousands of paid activists, bureaucrats and politicians are working in Brussels to classify migration as a fundamental human right. That is why they want to take away the right to decide who we accept and who not"

He urged the European Union to "return to the grounds of reality," saying that the EU should abandon the "delusional nightmares" of a United States of Europe and instead be "an alliance of free nations."

"My government will be the government of free Hungarians and sovereign Hungarians," Orban said.

My comment: I really wish Trump had stood up and said this. Many were hoping he would. I found this at RT, but it is posted everywhere EXCEPT THE AMERICAN MSM, gee . . . . I wonder why!


This soon to be banned 10 second video is PRICELESS

A man pulls a gun on a group of women and tries to steal something. One of the women pulls a gun out of her purse and pops him good. He's still moving but probably a goner. INSTANT STREET JUSTICE, and absolute proof an armed population is a good thing.

Boston dynamics robot running video

NOT IMPRESSIVE. Granted, it is outside, but Honda's asimo has been doing this for years. And the comparatively cheap Nao robot is possibly even more capable.

Once again, another lame video, this video has gone viral. People are saying it is some great horror because the robot is not plugged in. But Boston Dynamics is actually behind in robotics compared to other companies, who have been doing this for years. Here goes!

Let's see what other companies were doing 10 years ago, in 2008.

Here is Honda's asimo robot walking, interacting with people and conducting a symphony orchestra, IN 2008. Gee. No strings attached. SPOOKY. Here is a robot made by Toyota UNPLUGGED, playing a violin for an audience. Yep. in 2008.


Here is an interesting Asimo commercial from 2006.

Here is a Nao robot climbing a ladder in 2011

Conclusion: Nao is a consumer product robot available for $9,500. If a 7 year old model of this robot can climb a ladder it is a lot more eye opening than a "state of the art" research product running across a lawn. If people are afraid of battle bots, we were doomed LONG AGO, there is no question Nao could be hacked and shoot you when you get home. Ditto for Asimo.

It is official - Russia will not send S-300 systems to Syria

After talking to Nut Yahoo, Putin backed down on sending S-300 missile systems to Syria, claiming they were not needed. If Putin treats friends this way, Russia will eventually be routed.

Psychic scam

I don't usually post stuff like this, but This was interesting.

Russian bombers in Alaska airspace?

Nope. Hoax headlines. If they stay in international airspace, there is no story. Enough said.

France joins Germany in honoring Iran nuclear deal

France: "Are we America's vassals? France vows to trade with Iran in defiance of US 'economic policeman'

From RT: On the heels of Trump's withdrawal from the Iran deal, France's economy minister has urged Europe to stop acting like "US vassals" and continue trading with Tehran in defiance of what "the global economic policeman" has in store.

"Do we want to be vassals who obey decisions taken by the United States while clinging to the hem of their trousers?" Bruno le Maire asked in an emotional interview with Europe 1

"Do we want the United States to be the economic policeman of the planet? Or do we Europeans say that we have economic interests, we want to continue to trade with Iran as part of a strategic agreement?" he asked, adding: "It's time for all European states to open their eyes."

There is more at the RT report, but that gives you an idea of what is going on

My comment: It looks like Iran now has two aircraft choices - Sukhoi and Airbus. By the way, Mexico's Interjet Airlines ordered 20 Sukhoi Superjets, they have been in use since 2013 and none crashed. Iran really can get new passenger aircraft that are just fine. You can see them in use in Mexico HERE. They are not huge, but are at least decent. And customer surveys show that passengers prefer the Sukhoi over Airbus.

Here's something interesting I just found out: The Sukhoi Superjet is allowed in America.

America and Europe had a longstanding ban on Russian built aircraft arriving in U.S. airports. However, something changed with the Sukhoi Superjet, because this is a map of where they go in Mexico. As you can see, they land in Texas and Florida. That is news to me.

This has got to be a big deal for Russia and Sukhoi, because it is a first, and it helps legitimize the Sukhoi superjet as an aircraft that can be trusted.

Russia insider: The Skripals have been kidnapped

My comment: Very good report. Confirms my previous posts on this topic. Yes, they are definitely being indefinitely detained to uphold the official story. Probably until they are dead. JUST LIKE ALFIE EVANS.

Russia Insider: The Donald is done

Sadly, this is spot on. I had my hopes up high, not so much anymore. See this:

"The Donald's action to ash-can the Iranian nuclear deal marks the War Party's complete and baleful triumph. There is now nothing much left of America First.

Trump's reckless, unwarranted and utterly irrational action will pull Washington ever deeper into an incendiary middle eastern vortex of political and religious conflict that has absolutely nothing to do with the safety and security of the America people.

To the contrary, picking a fight with Tehran is an exercise in unprovoked Imperial aggression. The Iranian regime has no means to attack American militarily and has never threatened to do so. Nor has it invaded any other country in the region where it was not invited by a sovereign government host.

Even Iran's minor skirmishes with American forces in recent years have been owing to the happenstance of Washington's far-flung imperial ventures.

For example, Washington destroyed Saddam's Sunni/secular government in Iraq and installed a Shiite regime in Baghdad, thereby leaving the Sunni lands of western Iraq in chaos. Only then did Baghdad invite their shiite co-religionists from Iran to help excise the scourge of ISIS that formed from the remnants of Saddam's army and government.

Likewise, Washington and its allies sent thousands of jihadist warriors and billions of aid and supplies into Syria to topple its dully elected government. Only then did the Alawite (Shiite) Assad regime invite help from its confessional compatriots in Tehran.

And you can't find any more ludicrous example of the cat calling the kettle black than the Donald's claim that Iran is a terrorist state because it is aligned with the Shiite population of Lebanon represented by Hezbollah.

For crying out loud. The War Party pretends Washington has turned much of the middle east into rubble and barbarism in order to spread democracy -- whether they wanted it or not, and whether they were ready for it or not.

But Lebanon is a serviceable democracy and last weekend Hezbollah and its allies -- including certain Sunni factions -- won an overwhelming election victory. They now control a clear majority in its legislature, where Hezbollah will have the power to name a new Prime Minister (a Sunni) and Speaker of the Parliament (a Shiite) -- both of whom will be pledged to work with the country's Christian president.

My comment: Things are really looking disappointing with "The Donald."


Here are the reasons why the U.S. government does not want Huawei:

1. Comes with bitcoin wallet now

2. Does not adequately comply with NSA @ss rape.

Huawei is the world's second largest maker of cell phones. Maybe I'll get one. Bloomberg had the Bitcoin report, SEE THIS.

FINALLY, a picture of the U.S. embassy in Jerusalem

This is a temporary location, which will open on May 14.

I confirmed that though the ground in the foreground is disturbed, no demolitions happened in preparation for this consulate, which will now be an embassy, to open as an embassy.

Here is a picture from a short while ago, taken from a different angle, that gives better perspective.

The embassy is right where the green ends, behind the long wall that starts on the hill. This proves no demolitions happened.

I am not too thrilled about the embassy being moved to Jerusalem, because it is a real encroachment on the Palestinian people, however, at least no demolitions happened to prepare for it.


The results may have lead to policy changes in Mexico

I need to check to see if fluoridated salt is still everywhere, but I did notice that suddenly, non fluoridated salt is everywhere.

A few years ago, Mexico mandated that all salt be fluoridated. This was because not everyone brushes their teeth with tooth paste (many use soap, I learned that trick so that's what I do), but everyone does eat salt. So the way to nail Mexicans with fluoride was to put it in their salt. I seemed to notice over the past few months that fluoridated salt is a lot less prevalent in stores now. This may have changed (I have no confirmation on this because I have not specifically confirmed the current prevalence) but fluoridated salt might be discontinued in Mexico now because of the following study. I had already bought a 10 year supply of salt specifically labeled as non-fluoridated and Kosher at Sams Club when such salt was technically illegal in Mexico, which is why I have not confirmed if fluoridated salt is gone altogether.

New Study Confirms Fluoride Harms Fetal Brain; Lowers IQ

I originally found this at PR News Wire, However, Newsweek also covered this the same way.

NEW YORK, Sept. 22, 2017

The results of the first ever US government funded study of fluoride and IQ have just been published. A team of researchers found a statistically significant association between fluoride exposure in women during pregnancy and a lowering of IQ in their children, reports the Fluoride Action Network.

The study was published in Environmental Health Perspectives by scientists from the University of Toronto, University of Michigan, Harvard, McGill, and the national public health agency of Mexico. It was funded by the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences, with over $3 million in grants.

The study was conducted in Mexico City using a long-running cohort of women-infant pairs that have been studied extensively for effects of environmental neurotoxins such as lead and mercury. It found an average loss of 5 to 6 IQ points among children of mothers with urine fluoride levels of 1.5 ug/L compared to those with 0.5 ug/L. For an entire population, such a loss would be expected to halve the number of geniuses in society and double the number of mentally handicapped. For IQ measured at 4 years of age, there was no apparent fluoride exposure threshold below which the effect leveled out.

The mothers in this study had a range of fluoride exposures similar to that found in fluoridating countries like the United States.

According to the lead investigator and professor of environmental health, epidemiology and global health at the University of Toronto, Dr. Howard Hu, the study "also suggests that the pre-natal nervous system may be more sensitive to fluoride compared to that of school-aged children."

Experts in the field of environmental toxicology have said the results are a huge red flag:

"This is a very well-conducted study, and it raises serious concerns about fluoride supplementation in water. These new insights raise concerns that the prenatal period may be highly vulnerable and may require additional reconsideration," says Dr. Leonardo Trasande, a pediatrician who studies potential links between environmental exposures and health problems at New York University Langone Health. (Newsweek, 9/19/17)

Chris Neurath, research director for FAN agrees, "The loss of IQ is very large, as large as in previous studies from China where fluoride exposure levels were typically higher. The study was meticulously done and controlled for a wide range of potential spurious factors such as lead, mercury, socio-economic status, smoking, alcohol use, and health problems during pregnancy. The study was able to largely rule out confounding by these other factors."

Proponents of water fluoridation such as the American Dental Association (ADA) have responded to this study with the erroneous claim that the mothers in Mexico had exposures to fluoride higher than found in the USA and other fluoridating countries, and is therefore not applicable. They even make the nonsensical claim that if fluoride in the Mexican mothers' urine came from a mix of sources that differs from women in the USA that the study would not be applicable. Once the fluoride is in the women's body, it does not make any difference with respect to toxicity where the fluoride originally came from.

According to Bill Osmunson, DDS, MPH, director of the Fluoride Action Network, "The dental lobby is confirming what we have suspected for some time, they are more interested in protecting the outdated program of water fluoridation, than in protecting the brains of future generations. Supporters of fluoridation have not refuted the key finding of this study that fluoride harms the developing brain."

My comment: The end conclusion is that the only "safe" level of fluoride is ZERO. No matter how low the levels were they tested, any fluoride at all caused brain damage at the same level as higher levels of fluoride.

Mexico is not a backwards country, it is at present #17 in the world, regardless of what CNN might tell you. Mexico is perfectly capable of hosting a study of this type, especially when funded by the U.S., with the help of the U.S.

It appears the prevalence of fluoridated salt in Mexican stores is diminishing after this study, (I will now specifically check this.) Let's see if Mexico goes the whole way, and takes fluoride out of tooth paste. By the way, using soap to brush your teeth is not bad tasting at all. using too much soap tastes bad. If you use the right amount, the soap gets used cleaning your teeth and does not leave a bad "soap" taste. Avoid fluoride. Brush with a clean soap like the original Ivory. I brush with Zote.

Obviously the people running the fluoridation problems know this. And that is precisely why they do it, fluoridation is in fact an act of war. Sabotaged vaccines. Sabotaged baby formula. Fluoride sabotage. Weaken the resistance of the population against tyranny.

They claimed legitimacy and "caring" by getting lead out of everything while they pushed vaccines and fluoride. GUESS WHAT? Lead, even at low levels, gives people a bad temper. The last thing elites want in any population is people with a temper, because anger causes people to take action against oppressors. So they got rid of the lead but you can have all the fluoride you want!

McCain claimed to have been the source of the fake Trump dossier

I seriously doubt he was. I believe he is stepping in now to take the heat off of other people, because he is going to die soon anyway. That way, no one will hang but a man who is practically dead already. I flat out do not believe this but McCain did step up to the plate for the home team, so what else can I say?

I am skeptical, but ALL Iranian media is saying Israel's attack did not go well

Evidently, according to Iranian media, (Fars, IRNA, PressTV and even RT) Syria intercepted a majority of Israeli missiles last night. PressTV has a video which does indeed show a majority being shot down. So someone is lying about how well it went, and I am not going to say who. Anyway, one of PressTV's rocket shoot down videos is here.

Here's a good one from Iranian media

Sadly, this is spot on on ALL points.

This is from FarsNews

Trumps Lies Are Louder Than His Iran Nuclear Exit

I'd like to suggest an alternative headline: "Trump puppets out the lunacy of Nut Yahoo with precision."

TEHRAN (FNA)- Bonus points if you caught Trump's lies Tuesday night, May 8, when he announced the United States would exit the Iran nuclear deal - also known as the JCPOA.

Here, we are not holding our breath that President Trump will start re-imposing the NPT-illegal sanctions against Iran. But we are holding him accountable for what he said. Indeed, President Trump's torrent of misleading statements and flat-out lies will need an army of journalists working 24/7 to set the record straight. To help those who focus, on the resistance front, Iran's fight against terrorism and extremism in Syria and Iraq, its commitment to the nuclear deal, and other regional and military defense issues, in the following we will call out Trump whenever he distorts the facts about such matters, and we expect to update it regularly.

The quotes that follow are taken from Trump's May 8, 2018, statement about withdrawing the United States from the nuclear deal between Iran and the five permanent members of the UN Security Council plus Germany:


President Trump announced that the US will withdraw from the Iran nuclear deal and is preparing to reinstate all sanctions it had waived as part of the accord.


The decision unravels the signature foreign policy achievement of his predecessor, President Barack Obama, and isolates the United States from its European allies. The US government never lifted its sanctions even after signing the nuclear agreement. Iran has been and still is unable to get LCs from international banks and is yet to have full access to the international SWIFT banking system. American companies are barred from doing business with Iran and the ones that did, like Boeing, are not delivering any passenger plane to Iran.


Iran is the leading state sponsor of terror. It exports dangerous missiles, fuels conflicts across the Middle East, and supports terrorist proxies and militias such as Hezbollah, Hamas, the Taliban and Al-Qaeda.


As acknowledged by numerous US administration officials and former or current politicians, the CIA trained and weaponized Al-Qaeda to counter the former Soviet Union in Afghanistan. The Taliban has been and is still being breastfed by Saudi Arabia. The same is true about ISIL. The terrorist group was created after the illegal US-led invasion of Iraq in 2003, and took large swathes of lands in the Levant with support from Saudi Arabia, Israel and the United States. It was only after the intervention of Iran and Russia that the terrorist group lost all its territory. Former Vice-President Joe Biden as well as former Pentagon Intelligence Chief and National Security Advisor Gen. Micheal Flyn both took the United States' allies, Saudi Arabia, Qatar and Turkey, responsible for the creation of terrorist and extremist groups like ISIL and Al-Nusra Front in the Middle-East.


No action taken by the regime has been more dangerous than its pursuit of nuclear weapons - and the means of delivering them. In fact, the deal allowed Iran to continue enriching uranium and - over time - reach the brink of a nuclear breakout.


As stated by British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson, "The Iran nuclear deal is not based on trust about Iran's intentions; rather it is based on tough verification, including measures that allow inspectors from the International Atomic Energy Agency unprecedented access to Iran's nuclear program." The International Atomic Energy Agency also has confirmed that "Iran remains in compliance with its commitments under the landmark nuclear agreement." The IAEA has already issued ten reports verifying Iran's full compliance with the agreement.


Today, we have definitive proof that this Iranian promise was a lie. Last week, Israel published intelligence documents - long concealed by Iran - conclusively showing the Iranian regime and its history of pursuing nuclear weapons.


A former chief of Israel's Mossad spy agency has said the documents revealed by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in a prime-time televised press conference last week contained no new evidence, and "the nuclear program files do not have a smoking gun." Mark Fitzpatrick, director of the non-proliferation program at the International Institute for Strategic Studies, also says, "The documents that Prime Minister Netanyahu displaced on 30 April did not reveal anything that was already known by the IAEA."


If I allowed this deal to stand, there would soon be a nuclear arms race in the Middle East. Not only does the deal fail to halt Iran's nuclear ambitions, but it also fails to address the regime's development of ballistic missiles that could deliver nuclear warheads.


As maintained by former US Secretary John Kerry: Trump's claim that the agreement "sunsets," thus allowing Iran the relatively unfettered ability to proceed with a nuclear weapon, "No, it never sunsets. There's no sunset in this agreement." Kerry's parting words for Donald Trump are: "Everyone is entitled to their own opinion, but no one is entitled to their own facts." Director General of the IAEA Yukiya Amano has likewise confirmed Iran's compliance with the JCPOA, warning that any collapse of the deal would be a great loss: "As of today, I can state that Iran is implementing its nuclear-related commitments...If the JCPOA were to fail, it would be a great loss for nuclear verification and for multilateralism."


Finally, the deal does nothing to constrain Iran's destabilizing activities, including its support for terrorism. Since the agreement, Iran's bloody ambitions have grown only more brazen.

Let the History Begin

In March 2003, when the Bush administration launched its invasion of Iraq, the region, though simmering as ever, looked like this: Libya was stable, ruled by a strongman; Syria was experiencing stability and tranquility under the Assad family; Iraq was not experiencing daily blasts and bloodshed; the Turks and Kurds had an uneasy but functional ceasefire; and Yemen was quiet enough, other than the attack on the USS Cole in 2000. Relations between the US and most of these nations were so warm that Washington was routinely rendering "terrorists" to their dungeons for some outsourced torture.

It's easy enough to hustle through these unfortunate countries in the region in various states of decay before heading into the heart of the chaos: Libya is a failed state, bleeding mayhem into northern Africa; Egypt failed its Arab Uprising test and relies on the US to support its anti-democratic militarized government; and Yemen is a disastrously failed state, now the scene of a US-backed, Saudi-led war (with a thriving al-Qaeda outfit and a small but growing arm of the ISIL thrown into the bargain).

In light of all this, it's hardly surprising that no one with a sound mind in Europe or elsewhere is willing to believe Trump's baseless accusations against Iran. What if the US hadn't invaded Iraq in 2003? Things would undoubtedly be very different in the Middle East today. The Twitter-in-Chief can stipulate that Iran is a threat and needs to be contained. In reality, the US has few clear goals in the region, but is escalating anyway. Whatever world order Trump may be fighting for in the Middle East, it seems at least an empire or two out of date.

Claim: Syria intercepted 70 percent of Israeli missiles in last night's attacks

That's not what I heard from other reports. However, Iranian news is saying it happened, and the lights did stay on. However, I am skeptical. See this.

Apparently Russia says so, but this is still Iranian media. Doubt it.

Here is something we all knew: Many published studies the media touts are totally fake

From The College Fix

Many studies' results cannot be reproduced, scholars warn

MARK MCGREAL - UCLA •MAY 10, 2018 Don't believe the latest study you read in the headlines, chances are, it could be wrong, according to a new report by the National Association of Scholars that delves into what it calls the “use and abuse of statistics in the sciences."

The report broke down the issue of irreproducibility, or the problem that a lot of scientific research cannot be reproduced. The report took aim at unverifiable climate science, but also critiqued medical studies, behavioral research and other fields.

The 72-page report took the matter a step further in calling the issue a politicization of science.

"Not all irreproducible research is progressive advocacy; not all progressive advocacy is irreproducible; but the intersection between the two is very large. The intersection between the two is a map of much that is wrong with modern science," the report states.

Co-authored by David Randall and Christopher Wesler, "The Irreproducibility Crisis of Modern Science: Causes, Consequences, and the Road to Reform" focused on the irreproducibility of recent scientific studies.

It references a study performed by researchers at Amgen in 2012. For this study, researchers tried to reproduce the results of "53 landmark studies in oncology and hematology." Researchers were only able to replicate the results of six studies.

My comment: I am surprised this obvious truth actually got said. six out of 53 studies accurate? SOUNDS LIKE THE AVERAGE LEVEL OF TRUTH FOR MSM.

Israel launched major attacks overnight

There are no hard facts I can find, other than that attacks were launched against Iranian assets in Syria, and Iran took a major hit. Since nothing is hard fact yet, I'll just say what I think happened (from several reports)

It appears Russia gave Israel the green light to do whatever Israel wants, and Israel successfully hit approximately 50 different locations in Syria that had Iranian assets, including air defense missile arrays. Syria did not have an effective response, and apparently took major damage.

It appears Assad himself was not targeted, however it also appears Russia is no longer providing tactical support. However, it may only be appearances, it is also possible that Israel got really good intelligence from the United States and that Russian defenses have been neutralized, pending an upgrade that will make them work again.

The only solid fact there is, is that Israel attacked, and attacked hard

On that note, RT had an interesting Assad comment:

Assad: Why talk to Trump if he doesn't control the US?

Meeting with Donald Trump would be pointless because the deep state - not the president - controls the US, Bashar Assad said in an interview. He noted that the agenda of the deep state is to create conflict aimed against Russia.

In an exclusive interview with Athens daily Kathimerini, Assad said there was no reason to meet face-to-face with Trump, since the US president "says something today, and does the opposite tomorrow," and is likely not even being in control of policy decisions.

We don't think the president of that regime is in control," Assad told the paper, referring to Trump. "We all believe that the deep state, the real state, is in control, or is in control of every president, and that is nothing new. It has always been so in the United States, at least during the last 40 years, at least since Nixon, maybe before, but it's becoming starker and starker, and the starkest case is Trump."

Assad also dismissed the possibility of a third world war breaking out in Syria, telling the Greek newspaper that Moscow's levelheadedness has so far prevented a catastrophic escalation - even as the US aims to expand the conflict. Asked directly if he was concerned about the possibility of a third world war, Assad replied: "No, for one reason: Because fortunately, you have a wise leadership in Russia, and they know that the agenda of the deep state in the United States is to create a conflict. Since Trump's campaign, the main agenda was against Russia, create a conflict with Russia, humiliate Russia, undermine Russia, and so on," the Syrian president said.

Assad ended the interview by vowing to reunify Syria and restore its sovereignty, adding that the US, France, UK, Saudi Arabia, Qatar and Turkey are ultimately responsible for the seven-year war and must be held accountable for supporting "terrorists" fighting in Syria.

My comment: Loop back to the top, where I stated it is rumored that Russia helped Israel target Iranian assets in Syria. If Russia wanted to stall world war 3, such cooperation might be a wise move. Because by doing so, Russia played the "compliant helper" at the same time no strikes against Iran happened directly. And the word is not fully out yet, maybe Israel got fooled into hitting a bunch of old cattle trucks. Time will tell.

Germany will not pull out of Iran nuclear deal

Iran should therefore continue honoring the deal, (it makes the most sense) because if Russia, China, and (at least) Germany keeps honoring the deal, then they can give Iran everything they need.

From the usually worthess New York Times

Germany's VDMA: Deals With Iran Legal if EU Sanctions Not Reactivated

BERLIN - Germany's VDMA engineering association said on Tuesday that as long as the European Union does not reactivate sanctions against Iran, German companies can legally do business with Iran and the VDMA will support them in that."

My comment: So the U.S. can do whatever, and if Europe is not on board it will be ineffective. Sanctioning Europe would effectively sanction the U.S. in return.

Mormon church pulled out of Boy Scouts

The Mormon church was the first major supporter of the Boy Scouts. However, after the Boy Scouts became the gender neutral "scouts", the Mormon Church (which is now the Boy Scout's biggest sponsor) has pulled out and is starting their own scouting program.

See this.

The "boy scouts" will therefore live on, under a new title. This is a solid slap to the idiots who can't leave a good thing alone, and make everything "politically correct". Chances are the original scouting program will die, and the Mormons will simply make things right. There is a church in every significant community, and there is little doubt all former scouts will be invited to attend, Mormon or not. Prediction: The Mormons will win this battle.

Another Tesla Model S fire in the news

Over 150,000 car fires happen each year in the U.S. yet the two teslas that burned over the lifetime of that car's production make the news? Why? by the numbers, Teslas burn less than other cars do. And in the first case, it was a stolen tesla that got cut in half in an accident, with the rear portion lodged in the entryway to a Jewish synagogue. the half that was a mangled heap in the road burned. And it is Tesla's fault? Not hardly.

This time around, three rich teenagers went for a joyride, crashed one into oblivion, it burned, and it is implied that's Teslas fault. What a load of BUNK. That's like blaming a gun manufacturer for a shooting.

When Boeing makes a passenjer jet that can crash at 160 MPH without bursting into flames, it will be time to look at why a Tesla caught fire. You can't hold Tesla accountable for what happens when idiots shred battery packs any more than you can hold Boeing accountable, or any car manufacturer accountable when fuel explodes. Energy is energy after all, if it is going to be there you can't dictate what will happen when the source gets ripped apart.

Iran nuclear deal reports

This one is worth looking at just to see the picture of the British foreign secretary after he messed his hair up. The rest of the report is also very good.

This one is worth looking at just for the picture of the inside of Iran's parlaiment building. WOW. Unbelievable. The rest of the report is pretty much an angry rant.

This one is worth looking at, because they set fire to the American flag inside that fancy parlaiment building.

This report gives a pretty good run down of Europe's reaction. Here's how it goes: The U.S. has claimed it will put sanctions on any country that circumvents U.S. imposed economic sanctions on Iran by trading with Iran. PROBLEM: That means that if European countries trade with Iran, in defiance of the U.S., Americans won't be able to buy Mercedes and Volkswagen. FAT CHANCE that will happen, Europe wins that one. So Europe is trying to get Iran to calm down, because they will render America's move largely symbolic if Iran sticks to the deal anyway. The deal was not only between America and Iran, lots of Europe was in on it also, and they will help Iran as long as Iran keeps the agreement. So the good move for Iran would be to say "too hell with the U.S. if Europe will in effect keep things business as usual. Airbus instead of Boeing then, and the Sukhoi Superjet is working out fine everywhere it is used . . . .

The bottom line is that if the U.S. gets out of hand with this, it is the U.S. that will be cornered because absolutely everyone else kept the deal. If the U.S. enforces the pull out by sanctioning the world, it will be the U.S. that ends up economically isolated. The only thing that can possibly happen is the U.S. stops doing business with Iran. If Russia, China, Europe, and everyone else is still in the deal, that won't hurt much.

Possible Iran pullout fallout:

What is Kim Jong going to think now that the U.S. violated the Iran deal? Only an idiot would believe America won't violate a deal with North Korea, and what will Kim be able to do about it after the nukes are gone? destroying the Iran deal was a really bad move by Trump. It hurt America's negotioating trust BADLY.


Wind down operations NOW!

TRUMP: "German companies doing business in Iran should wind down operations immediately."

Richard Grenell, US Ambassador to Germany, told Berlin to "wind down operations immediately" in the hours after the US President pulled his nation out of the agreement.

His comments are set to ruffle the feathers of Germany, where its Chancellor Angela Merkel has expressed "regret and concern" over Mr Trump's decision.

Mr Grenell tweeted: "As @realDonaldTrump said, US sanctions will target critical sectors of Iran's economy. German companies doing business in Iran should wind down operations immediately.

My comment: Now we will see if the much hated Merkel can keep her word under threat, or if she really is just a useless b***. If she keeps her word it will be the ONE thing I don't hate her for.

Wikileaks slander B.S.

When it all boils out, who do you believe? Wikileaks, or The Daily Beast?

As I call it, Assange is not even at Wikileaks anymore. He has not been to the balcony since 2016. But the Daily Beast, a communist liberal rag, who's buddies always get attacked by whatever Wikileaks is now (and was then) somehow got ahold of a "defector from Wikileaks" who said all the right things about Assange, to bash Wikileaks into oblivion. I doubt their tattler is real, the onus is on the Daily Beast, not Wikileaks, SEE THIS.

FACT: I have been disappointed by a few Wikileaks releases, but never saw a lie. The Daily Beast LIES ALL THE TIME. They are as bad as CNN. FAT CHANCE their "Assange bash" has any truth at all. No explanation for why Assange has not been to the balcony lately either, because their "whistle blower" is BULLSHIT. IMPORTANT NOTE: Drudge linked this. What was he trying to accomplish?

Google "state of the art" lifelike speaking robot HOAX

Drudge had an article posted today about Google's new "robot tech" that allows robots to sound "eerily lifelike". The technology may be real, but to call it "state of the art" is a big fat HOAX.

Perfectly lifelike voice tech has been around since at least 2003. Here's how I know:

In 2003, I was at an Amtrak station in Texas, and had a complicated question I had to ask (I think it was if the destination I was headed to had a bus connection to another destination). The call was not short, and it was not the usual. The woman on the phone seemed very knowledgeable, and gave the right answers across multiple questions that branched the way normal conversation would. I thought I was talking to a real person, totally unaware it was not a real person. When the call ended, it said "You have been talking to a test of Amtrak's new automated voice system, how did the conversation go?

I was stunned, I said, I thought it was real, I never guessed that was not a real person, but then again, it is 2003 now, what can you expect?

Does anyone not find it odd that predominantly, computerized/recorded voices sound the same now as they did in the late 80's? Is not not odd there have been no truly convincing advances? Even Linux had speech synthesis that is the same as we have now, back in the 90's. Why no advancement? OBVIOUS ANSWER:

Accurate conversation with a computer, that is for all the world totally convincing, is a military technology that the CIA and other agencies have kept for themselves, so they can just assign computers to certain tasks and the public won't know it. For as long as people think "you can always tell it is a computer", they will believe that every conversation that sounds real is real. They will believe that every voice on TV that sounds real is real. And that's a weak position to be in, I have known for 15 years now that computers can talk so realistically you can't tell it is a computer.

It would make sense the technology would be tested at government owned Amtrak, I tried the same system in 2012 and it sounded like a computer and was "stupid like a computer". Obviously what I heard in 2003 was a test of a system that was either classified, or was subsequently classified.

Here is how the headline should read:


Remember, EVEN A COMMODORE VIC 20 COULD SPEAK IN A ROBOT VOICE YOU COULD UNDERSTAND, Why has there been nothing convincing known to the general public since then?

There has been. It has been around a long time. Therefore, google "finally doing it almost right" is a BIG FAT HOAX.

For the hell of it, let's look at 1.2 litres can do in a car done right

A while ago I did a report on the Seat Toledo, which is probably the most well rounded super efficient GASOLINE car (it is not a diesel, it does not get it's amazing fuel mileage from that). This is what it looks like:

Here is a video of a guy in Germany taking his 1.2 litre turbo charged Toledo up to 210 KM/h (130 MPH) on the autobahn. He punches it at around 2:20 in the video.

When the car is doing 210 KM/h, there is a brief glimpse of the fuel consumption guage, and it is getting 14.7 KM/L (40+ MPG) while going 210 KM/h (130 MPH).

And here is the fuel economy rating (combined city/highway) highway mileage alone is much higher than this.

ASK A SERIOUS QUESTION: Why can't you get this car in America?

European crash test standards are equal to the U.S., and European emission standards are tighter than the U.S. so there is no way this car does not qualify for the American road. Why can't an American have one then? Ask Al Gore, and other total "earth doom" liars and hypocrites in the U.S. government.

FACT: Americans can't have a car like this because it does not eat enough gas, is too big for the mileage it accomplishes, and has TOO SMALL A CARBON FOOTPRINT.

You can't "carbon shame" anyone that has a car that efficient!

I don't see a lot today that I did not mention yesterday, so this.

Rumor has it Hillary is wearing a back brace. But that is a confirmed "rumor".

It is instead a battery pack. Hillary is now a robot.

Rumor has it George Soros recently fathered a child

Rumor has it all of Hawaii is now doomed by an angry volcano

In times gone past, they would appease the volcano by feeding it a virgin, who would jump in to stop an eruption and save a village. There are no virgins now, so Hawaii is DOOMED.

SAFE BET: Tesla will not go out of business, EVER.

Despite hanging on the edge of bankruptcy, Tesla is going to live. Here's why:

California is mandating installation of solar on all new homes, starting in 2020

What batteries will they use? TESLA BATTERIES. Anyone pulling out of Tesla at this point in time would be borderline guilty of negligence. I sort of figured Tesla would not be going anywhere, it has been on the brink too many times. What will investors think now that Tesla has the premium battery to fill a California mandate?

I personally don't think California can legitimately tell people to put solar on their homes, but will also say they don't call it "commiefornia" for nothing. In addition to giving Tesla an enormous boost, solar prices are now likely to absolutely plummet.

There are lots of news stories on California's new mandate. Here is one.

PREDICTION: There will be a model year 2022 Tesla roadster.


According to Farsnews, the U.S. is currently building large numbers of illegal military bases in Syria. It could be GAME ON soon.

WOW, look at this FarsNews report:

Massive buildup shows U.S. war on Syria getting bigger

Farsnews, Monday May 7

As is now under the Trump regime, the US military is dramatically expanding its operations in Syria, constructing new illegal bases in the war-torn country and doing whatever it can to sell as many weapons as possible to vassals. The new mission creep base marks the latest example of America's growing and controversial war for regime change in Damascus. The new expansion is one part of what appears to be a massive US military infrastructure development project in other parts of the region as well, including Yemen, that will see new US outposts built this year on the pretext of fighting terror and protecting America's illicit interests.

The buildup coincides with an aggressive escalation by the Trump White House in their propaganda warfare against Iran as well, including a possible withdrawal from the 2015 nuclear deal Iran signed with the five permanent members of the UN Security Council plus Germany.

While Trump claims the US is leaving Syria, the Pentagon regime continues to seek massive amounts of funding for its military operations in the country as well. This includes a request for $300 million in weapons to give to "partner forces" in Syria i.e., Qaeda-allied militants. This amounts to enough arms for 65,000 fighters. This is expected to center on the so-called Syrian Democratic Forces, which is to say, almost entirely the Kurdish YPG. The US has been arming the YPG for years now as part of its regime change campaign.

The $300 million in arms also comes with $250 million in so-called "border security" funding for Syria. Both are going into the Overseas Contingency Operations (OCO), which Pentagon officials can easily shuffle around to spend on virtually anything - including arming America's favorite terrorists. While couched as "Counter-ISIS" funding, the funding looks more likely to be backing the YPG in fighting Turkey. While the US is unlikely to fund fighting against another NATO ally, it may also be this is just another excuse to grow the OCO for the ultimate push for Damascus.

It gets interesting when we hear that Saudi Arabia confirmed that they are considering joining an "Arab force" to invade Syria as well! They say this possibility has been discussed with officials from a number of different countries. This "Arab Force" would be from countries favoring regime change in Syria. The idea was proposed last month by the Trump White House, which sees the Arab force as a replacement for the US ground troops currently in Syria.

Clearly, such a deployment would not be endorsed by the Syrian government, and would eventually lead to direct military clashes with Syrian forces and their allies. While the nations involved in the Arab force aren't all named, the Saudis involvement suggests it will mirror the Saudi-led invasion of Yemen. But that US-backed, Saudi-led invasion of Yemen has been calamitous, killing large numbers of civilians, and failing to achieve its military goals. There is no reason to think in Syria the outcome will be any different, specially considering that Syria is incomparably stronger that Yemen and already has a vehement army of allies in the sky and on the ground.

Which brings us to the conclusion that it is indeed silly to believe, given how bad Yemen has gone, that the Saudis and their friends have what it takes to consider throwing together another force to invade Syria. US officials see this as a way to affect regime change in Damascus, though it's clear it will be wishful thinking all over again.

The problem with this new mission creep is that the desperate souls have lost the war and they will not return to the good old days when their terror proxies were roaming free across Iraq and Syria. But America's new escalation of the war of choice tells us that a notably authoritarian Trump White House is likely to continue to intervene in the post-ISIL country on behalf of vassals who share its illicit interests, and it's especially important for the world community to take this massive buildup by the War Party seriously.

The evidence is overwhelming that America is playing a very harmful role, an unacceptable role in the ongoing humanitarian crisis, and that playing at war with Iran is Trump's way of helping the failing terrorist groups, appeasing disappointed allies, and also an effort to try to undermine in a significant way the anti-terror alliance of Iran, Iraq, Syria, Hezbollah and Russia. The alliance is not, as they claim, a self-interest group relying only on its members. They are drawing support from the world community - unlike the War Party which relies on terror groups and despicable vassals.

My comment: Fars News is one of the most credible news sources there is. If they are claiming the U.S. is doing a massive military buildup in Syria, it is not a question of if, but when there will be a U.S. initiated war.

Yes, Nut Yahoo did his Iran rant for a reason evidently, because the U.S. would not be putting illegal bases in syria without that reason.

The bottom line is that Syria is not over yet. The game may just be getting started.

U.S. embassy in Jerusalem to open in one week.

WOW, that was quick

How on earth did the embassy get put in place that fast? I thought this was years off. Guatemala got theirs in first though. But Guatemala just needs an apartment somewhere and they have it. U.S. embassies are not so simple, especially in that zone. I am very surprised it happened this quick. Israel probably had something to do with how fast it went in, they have wanted this for 70 years.

NO IMAGES OF IT ANYWHERE, IS THIS A HOAX? It does not appear that it should be, Yahoo has the report

Why would there be no pictures of it anywhere if it is set to open next week? All I can find is pictures of the embassy in Tel Aviv.

Gasoline prices in the U.S.

Why are pump prices averaging $2.81 per gallon when crude is at $70 per barrel? Let's do some math.

$2.81 x 55 gallons in a barrel -20 percent refining and distribution costs and mark up for sale puts price Americans are paying at $123 per barrel. Not until oil hits that price should Americans be paying that much. And the problem is worse than this, because the pump prices were just as high when oil prices were at $50 a barrel.

Is there already a carbon tax in America? I have not checked this, but if so, it doubled the price of gas. There are also normal gasoline taxes that are always tacked on, but I can't see that pushing the price past $2 per gallon. Americans are definitely getting the shaft (not quite as bad as Mexico, where it is $4 per gallon,) but the shaft no less.

At least I am driving a car that gets 28 in the city. That helps.

Jet window failures

A lot of people are concerned by the number of jet window failures that have happened in the last month. But how about some perspective:

The first window incident on Southwest airlines was not a window incident, it was an engine explosion. So as far as a failed window (what can you expect with this) it does not count.

Coincidentally, a window on a Southwest airline cracked a couple weeks later. this is legit. A genuine window failure.

Now, last night, the windshield exploded on a JetBlue aircraft.

So some people are asking why we suddenly are having so many window failures on aircraft. Here's my answer:

Actually, we are not. The exploded windshield on the jetblue could have been caused by anything, including a hailstone, high flying bird, drone, meteor, whatever. The windshields have multiple layers, and only the outer layer exploded, the rest held. It is not that unusual to lose one layer on a jet windshield. It is not common, but not unheard of, and that is why there are layers.

With an engine explosion causing one other window failure, there really was only one unusual window incident, the passenger window that cracked. There are three layers to passenger windows, so it was a non incident, but it was unusual, that is the one window incident that will need an explanation.

What happens when you live on a volcano.

I can't call this a legit disaster. They all knew the risks, and will still own the land after things cool off.

Business as usual, Hawaii style:

It appears to me that sanctions on Iran have at least partially backfired

First this from Bloomberg.

Netanyahu Says Better to Face Iran Sooner Rather Than Later Israel will do what's needed to block Iranian aggression, sooner rather than later, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Sunday.

"Nations that didn't act in time against murderous aggression against them paid a much higher price later on," said Netanyahu, who often invokes European powers' 1938 agreement to let Nazi Germany annex portions of Czechoslovakia. "We don't seek escalation, but are prepared for any scenario."

Frictions between Israel and Iran have escalated in the runup to President Donald Trump's decision this month whether to quit the Iran nuclear deal, and Netanyahu's comments reinforced concerns that the two Middle East powers might clash directly in Syria, Iran's client. Other Israeli officials have suggested that a withdrawal from the accord and renewed U.S. sanctions could either bring Iran back to the negotiating table with a weaker hand, or even lead to regime change.

Housing Minister Yoav Gallant, a security cabinet member and retired general, said that if the U.S. ratchets up pressure, Iran will eventually relent.

"The U.S. is still the largest economy in the world, and when the Americans decide that those who do business with Iran can't do business with America, countries will have to give up on doing business with Iran," Gallant said in an interview. "There need to be economic sanctions and eventually there will be new negotiations, sooner or later."

First of all, let me shred this, and then I'll get on to why this attitude of sanctions backfired.

Nut Yahoo crazy point 1: "Nations that did not act against murderous aggresion agains them paid a much higher price later"

The problem with this? Iran never acted out against anyone aggressivley. Hezbollah is in fact a charity organization. There is no proof whatsoever the rockets being fired at Israel are not Israeli in origin, with the greatest proof being that they always too miraculously land in places only an idiot would point them. Empty fields, abandoned areas, never anywhere near a Starbucks. Not even in the right zones for that, and most damningly, they come in right before peace negotiations. Far too often. Sort of like those gas attacks . . . . .

The only place Israel has been legitimately fired upon from is Syria, which Israel itself "acted in murderous aggression against" before Syria did anything at all, and then only in defense. So Nut Yahoo can babble on shrooms with the "aggression rant", it is either the speech of a mad man or some sort of trip. Or maybe he needs to get rid of the mirror, because he just sits there pecking at a reflection of himself, not knowing it is himeself he's talking about. Or he could be an unabashed liar. Yeah, that's probably it, the other speculations were too nice.

Nut Yahoo crazy point 2:

"We don't seek escalation, but are prepared for any scenario"

My comment: This is the unadulterated babble of a pathological liar, hiding behind proxies that are doing nothing but escalating the situation. Anyone stupid enough to believe it was not Israel behind the recent civil war in Syria is out of it, and if that is not an escalation, I don't know what is.

Only the most dangerous states use proxies as were used in Syria, yada yada, you know the script. Now onto why all the babble and sanctions backfired.

Iran is actually a super intelligent high class first world nation. It is not camels and dunes. And it has been forced to live in fear of attack for almost 40 years now. It has been cut off from the world economically for almost as long as that. And what does an intelligent high class nation do in that situation? It uses it's resources and skills to go it alone, that's what happens. And that was a big mistake to cause to happen.

What does Iran have as a result? Here is the list:

1. The world's largest arsenal of precision missiles, that can hit a baseball cap from hundreds of miles away, Iran's missiles are capable of hitting individual buildings in Israel, and there's over a hundred thousand of them. GREAT MOVE ISRAEL AND THE U.S., the sanctions really worked out with that. That's a big reason why Israel is so scared.

2. One of the world's top drone programs, with drones that are actually good. I don't know exactly where Iran's drone program rates, but they have put enormous resources into it, and it is quite the menace.

3. A high class auto industry, with many different manufacturers.

4. A totally in-sourced technology base, that very substantially surpasses Israel's scientific advancements. Iran is anything but backwards.

5. An extremely beautiful infrastructure, with sparkling cities and massive manicured roads. Iran is in fact a fairy tale type paradise, with a large number of world class ski resorts and yada yada, I have talked about this quite a bit here.

6. A successful space program which, in it's latest 2017 launch proved Iran can reliably put at least a 550 pound satellite into orbit (far beyond what Kim Jong ever did) and Iran did it without taking a decent life away from anyone. There's a big difference between Iran and North Korea, because Iran always maintained a lifestyle for it's people that is on par with the West.

7. Iran has the world's top 3 shopping malls, and they are gorgeous.

What Iran very notably did not accomplish under sanctions:

1. They can't make a decent passenger carrying aircraft.

2. They can't make a decent computer.

3. They can't make a decent large Naval vessel, however, their smaller craft are tops in the world. Iran's Navy has focused on small ships they call "speed boats" that are heavily armed and can go over 70 knots. So whatever, they are a deterrent but not a battle winner.

I have intentionally left out things Russia handed them, (the anti aircraft defenses and other stuff, like their nuclear plant,) because that's not theirs due to their own in-house work.

So the question is, will future sanctions hurt Iran? My take? There is a big difference between an injury and an irritation, Iran will definitely be irritated.

A while later I stumbled across this report from Iran, which basically says what I said above in fewer words. Iran was already so strengthened by past sanctions that getting cut off again will be no big deal.

Kiluea is REALLY REALLY REALLYGOING BONKERS. this is a must watch!

Folks, I hate to tell you, but it looks like this is real

The structure of the hearts is correct. They have obviously been well prepared. This is not a stock image. It is a censored image. And it is along the lines of "frazzledrip". This is supposed to be a "baby heart pie". This is supposedly from an elite party (but obviously professionally photographed). Problem - the hearts are human and real.

This was at the SGTreport on Youtube, the video is HERE. I am not familiar with the SGT report, but it appears to be legit.

I cannot confirm this is real, other than by appearances. But it would not surprise me at all, the people who rule us really are this evil, the only question is if this is the fashion they are after, and if they actually eat it raw.

Kiluea is going BONKERS

The good news: There won't be a huge explosion.

The bad news: People have lava fires in their back yards.

Vents are opening up everywhere, yet people are staying put, spraying the lava with water to stop it from reaching the house (in the back yard) and they are not worrying about the roads that are getting cut off by lava.

All things considered, this appears to be another "photographic" Hawaii moment. The people with lava in their neighborhoods all knew it could happen. But it does look surreal in with the flowers and yard toys.

Anti Trump mural at Califoria school angers people

A California school in Chula Vista allowed a local artist to paint a mural at the school. Despite hating Trump, the school rejected it (especially after parents and students complained. Trump's head is now covered up.

On that note, I'd like to say: If you are going to bash Trump with art, at least do it right. Here's how to do it the wrong way, and the right way.

U.S. oil exports to rise to #1 in the world (by next year)

From Oilprice.com:

As global oil markets shift their attention from U.S. shale oil production back to a resurgent Saudi Arabia and Russia and geopolitical concerns bearing down on oil prices, Citigroup said last Wednesday that the U.S. is poised to surpass Saudi Arabia next year as the world’s largest exporter of crude and oil products.

The U.S. exported a record 8.3 million barrels per day (bpd) last week of crude oil and petroleum products, the government also said Wednesday. Top crude oil exporter Saudi Arabia's, for its part, exported 9.3 million bpd in January, while Russia exported 7.4 million bpd, the bank added.


Gee, the U.S. is exporting oil more than ever before, such a short time after Trump. FANCY THAT.

Hey CNN, can you report that please?

This is only happening because Trump took the leash off a week after he became president, and allowed American companies to go after the massive oil deposits America has. America is actually #1 in the world for oil by a LOT. It never was Saud, though previous EPA legislation made it seem that way.

Aaaand here it is

From USA Today, all the way back in November of 2016:

"The election of Donald Trump as president raises the hopes of oil and natural gas producers, thanks to his full-throated support for the removal of regulations that many say hamper the industry.

Only time will tell if the Republican's policies will provide much more of a boost to U.S. oil and gas, which has rallied in recent years thanks to technologies that enable production from previously untapped shale reserves.

Moreover, it's price, not government regulation, that really determines the extent of oil and gas exploration and production, as Thomas Watters, a managing director with S&P Global Ratings, observed the other day. My insert: BUNK!!! the EPA rules ALL THAT.

Asked during a webinar sponsored by the ratings agency what impact Trump's pro-drilling stance would have on producers, Watters said offering an answer is difficult because the president-elect's statements on oil and gas are "lacking in detail at this point."

"It's clear that he's talked about relaxing environmental regulations, and that would obviously bode well for the drillers and what not, and that would include opening up some federal lands that have been restricted, both onshore and offshore," Watters said.

My comment: Watters then pre-empted any Trump success with a load of bullshit. REALITY: Trump's policies worked like a charm, #1 NEXT YEAR!

Parents take their kids back

Would I call in response to an amber alert where the parents took their kids back from the state? ANSWER: HELL NO. This appears to be a classic case (I will dissect this)

AMBER ALERT: 2 children abducted from Tucson after DCS worker duct-taped to tree

Police said the father assaulted a DCS worker and tied her to a tree. The parents then took off with their two young children.

TUCSON, Ariz. - A 5-year-old and a 7-month-old child were abducted from Tucson after their father threatened a Department of Child Services worker with a stun gun and duct-taped her during a supervised visit.

Police said the children's father, Luis Alberto G. Herrera-Ramirez, assaulted the DCS aid and tied her to a tree, then he and the mother took off with their two young children. The DCS aid was tied to the tree for 30 minutes to an hour until a passerby stopped to help.

The 7-month-old, Kahmila Ramirez, was last seen wearing a white onesie with yellow ruffles. Luis Ramirez Jr., 5, was last seen wearing a gray and white polo shirt and khaki pants.

The suspects have been identified as Andrea Vanessa Ramirez and Luis Alberto G. Herrera-Ramirez.

The vehicle they are driving is described as a green 1996 Toyota Camry with Arizona license plate BKH8427.

The suspects are considered dangerous. Do not attempt to apprehend them. Call 911 with any information.

My comment: I hope they made a successful "run for the border". The state is wrong in this case - here's how you know

1. Mexicans are very pro family. The state, NO.

2. The actual blood parents took the kids.

3. From the pictures in the report, they were normal people, there's no drugs or high crime going on here. Looks like a good mom.

4. No reason for why the children were taken by the state was given in the report, nor was there any criminal background given.

And here's the clincher, which proves the state is a liar:

5. The suspects are "considered dangerous!! HA HA, WHAT A JOKE. How can the state claim the suspects are "dangerous" when up until now they have no criminal record, and all they did was tie the social worker to a tree? "Dangerous" would be a justified comment if they blew the social worker's brains out.

6. No information was provided in any report (so far) for why the state took the kids. If there was a good reason, it would have been published up front, in the first reports.

Additionally: The "taser" they used was not a "TASER", it was only a flashlight with a sparker on the end of it. These are rock stupid and sold all over Mexico for as little as $5. They basically have mosquito racket guts and the spark jumps a gap that is about 1/16 inch. Yeah, you would feel it, but knock you out? HELL NO. I don't like those flashlights because it is too easy to get zapped when fumbling in the dark for a light. You simply cannot make a legit claim that the couple was "dangerous".

My message for this couple: I hope you learned your lesson about "how great America is" after you actually had to deal with the state the same way white people do. Grandma is waiting with a comfy bed south of the border. STAY IN MEXICO. Thank you.

Too bad Americans don't have a "grandma waiting in Mexico" for when the state takes their kids (if they ever even get to see them again, usually they don't) because after all, the state has gotta feed that "frazzledrip" from somewhere!

Kiluea is now erupting in many places

At least six. This would mean there will be no explosions, it is just going off like normal, with a really shaky start. (normal, for a big eruption that is)

Kiluea is producing large amounts of ash.

The University of Hilo shut down in the middle of finals. This eruption is probably going to be epic. If Kiluea explodes big time, it could totally wreck the summer growing season worldwide. Hawaii does not have a history of exploding . . . . at least not since it has been recorded.

The only thing in our favor with this is that Kiluea does not have a history of exploding. However, the pre-explosion earthquake at Mt St Helens was only a 5.1 A 6.9 is a lot bigger number, but with any luck the type of volcano will make a difference..

Iowa just banned abortion for any baby with a heart beat

It is official. But Wisconsin and Illinois are right there, to provide partial birth abortions and the infamous Robbinsdale clinic is just a short drive north in Minnesota. At least it won't be happening in Iowa.

Hey, check out this! I knew Abortion travel agents existed. One quick search and it was right there. What a job.

The Daily Caller has reported that Lisa Page is out at the FBI

She was a key player in Mueller's Trump-Russia probe.

She lawyered up also. It is stated as "she resigned" but it does not look as rosy as that. If this happened, Trump is winning the battle, PERIOD. Rumor has it she was ousted AFTER she sang enough. Time will tell.

The MSM will probably report this, because you HAVE TO report a hurricane!

6.9 Hawaii

This is very large for Hawaii, and is associated with a current eruption at Kiluea. There was a 5.9 followed by a 6.9 and power is out to much of the island.

Multiple sources are now talking about sulfur poisoning.

I ignored the first couple reports, but this appears to be widespread.

Earthquakes of this size are not common with the types of vocanoes Hawaii has. The big island has a large section (5,000 cubic mile mass) that is falling off called the Hilina slump. The crack from it separating has been getting wider and wider, and one day it will fall into the Pacific. When that happens, there will definitely be enormous tsunamis far away from Hawaii, which have the potential to exceed 1000 feet in height. That is significant doom potential (but it probably won't happen today). I am sure a 6.9 earthquake did not help that situation much.


As I posted earlier, this could be another "summer we almost froze to death". Such summers have high temperatures that are near normal, but they are interspersed with crop killing cold snaps. Now, in 2018, farmers that normally plant in March are planting in May, and it is not certain the winter is even over yet.

The problem is not limited to the U.S. Russia is also a horrible start to the growing year.

If the summer ends normal, the late start to the growing season won't matter. However, if fall comes early, there could be major problems. It is not time to buy food storage yet, but if there is any indication at all that fall is going to arrive early, or if there are any crop killing cold snaps during the summer, you had better get food storage because the global warming crowd is full of CRAP.


My pre-comment:

Gee, if processor performance was reduced by 40 percent after patching the first two, after these 8 get patched maybe everyone WILL be interested in a Nut-Yahoo TRS-80 seminar!

Also, below this top feature, the real problem with Intel CPU's will be posted.

The real problem is that all Intel processors ship with MINIX as a root operating system that always runs in the background and it is custom tailored to allow the NSA in no matter what, can be flashed with updates (not by the user) the WHOLE 9 YARDS. This problem is also in every cell phone CPU, and even in your microwave. The NSA data rape was total.

As for the new Spectre and Meltdown type problems, The Germans have the report, and it is English.The following is just a small snip.

"New flaws and even more patches "Spectre Next Generation" is just around the corner. According to information exclusively available to c't, researchers have already found eight new security holes in Intel processors.

The vulnerabilities known as Spectre and Meltdown shook the IT world to its foundations: researchers proved that there is a fundamental design flaw in all modern processors with serious repercussions for system security (see c't issue 3/2018). After several patches were released, it seemed everything would be fine after all, although some experts warned that more revelations could follow. But the hope remained that the manufacturers could solve the problem with a few security updates.

As it turns out, we can bury that hope. A total of eight new security flaws in Intel CPUs have already been reported to the manufacturer by several teams of researchers. For now, details on the flaws are being kept secret. All eight are essentially caused by the same design problem - you could say that they are Spectre Next Generation.

c't has exclusive information on Spectre-NG, which we have been able to verify in several ways - we double and triple checked all the facts. Nonetheless, we will not publish technical details as long as there is still a chance that manufacturers will get their security updates ready before the details of the flaws become public. However, we will use our information to report about future releases of patches and provide background information. Eight new security flaws

Each of the eight vulnerabilities has its own number in the Common Vulnerability Enumerator (CVE) directory and each requires its own patches. It is likely that each vulnerability will receive its own name. Until then, we will jointly call these flaws Spectre-NG in order to distinguish them from the previously uncovered issues.

So far we only have concrete information on Intel's processors and their plans for patches. However, there is initial evidence that at least some ARM CPUs are also vulnerable. Further research is already underway on whether the closely related AMD processor architecture is also susceptible to the individual Spectre-NG gaps, and to what extent.

Intel is already working on its own patches for Spectre-NG and developing others in cooperation with the operating system manufacturers. According to our information, Intel is planning two waves of patches. The first is scheduled to start in May; a second is currently planned for August.

Knowing that Google Project Zero discovered one of the Spectre-NG flaws gives us an idea of when to expect the first patch. Googles elite hackers are scrupulous about observing the 90 day deadline that is meant to give companies time to address flaws after they have been notified - but they have no qualms about going public when the deadline ends, even if a patch has yet to be released. Time will run out on May 7 - the day before the next Windows patch day. Intel itself expects that information about a second flaw could be published any day now. Therefore, we can expect to see patches for these two vulnerabilities sooner rather than later.

Here is the real problem with Intel CPU's

Surprisingly, ZD Net had the guts to publish this

Maybe you're not paranoid. Maybe they are out to get you. Ronald Minnich, a Google software engineer, who discovered a hidden MINIX operating system inside "kind of a billion machines" using Intel processors, might agree with this.

Why? Let's start with what. Matthew Garrett, the well-known Linux and security developer who works for Google, explained recently that, "Intel chipsets for some years have included a Management Engine [ME], a small microprocessor that runs independently of the main CPU and operating system. Various pieces of software run on the ME, ranging from code to handle media DRM to an implementation of a TPM. AMT [Active Management Technology] is another piece of software running on the ME."

In May, we found out that AMT had a major security flaw, which had been in there for nine -- count 'em -- nine years.

"Fixing this requires a system firmware update in order to provide new ME firmware (including an updated copy of the AMT code)," Garrett wrote. "Many of the affected machines are no longer receiving firmware updates from their manufacturers, and so will probably never get a fix," he said. "Anyone who ever enables AMT on one of these devices will be vulnerable."

Quick! How many of you patched your PC or server's chip firmware? Right. Darn few of you. That's bad. It's not every processor, but if you or your hardware vendor has "explicitly enabled AMT", your machine is still vulnerable to attack.

The Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) has called for Intel to provide a way for users to disable ME. Russian researchers have found a way to disable ME after the hardware has initialized, and the main processor has started. That doesn't really help much. ME is already running by then.

But Minnich found that what's going on within the chip is even more troubling. At a presentation at Embedded Linux Conference Europe, he reported that systems using Intel chips that have AMT, are running MINIX.

If you learned about operating systems in the late '80s and early '90s, you knew MINIX as Andrew S Tanenbaum's educational Unix-like operating system. It was used to teach operating system principles. Today, it's best known as the OS that inspired Linus Torvalds to create Linux.

So, what's it doing in Intel chips? A lot. These processors are running a closed-source variation of the open-source MINIX 3. We don't know exactly what version or how it's been modified since we don't have the source code. We do know that with it there:

Neither Linux nor any other operating system have final control of the x86 platform

Between the operating system and the hardware are at least 2.5 OS kernels (MINIX and UEFI)

These are proprietary and (perhaps not surprisingly) exploit-friendly.

And the exploits can persist, i.e. be written to FLASH, and you can't fix that

MY COMMENT: During the recent attacks on my hardware, this is what was affected. Permanent bugs were put in the systems, and I could not get rid of them because "the exploits can persist, i.e. be written to FLASH, and you can't fix that"

These are NSA exploits that got lost to the general public in 2016 when someone in the NSA walked right out of the facility with the exploit software, which was then put on the web. This has been reported on this site several times. The software was up long enough for hackers to get it, and is now sold in shady system hacking suites you can find on the web. The NSA is a total asshole for keeping the loss of their software secret, because they just can't give up their ability to totally transparently rape "over a billion cpu's". They'd prefer to have random joe screwing everyone the way they can than give up their toy.


From the police body cam footage:

We do not have a broken window,

"Standby, we've got curtains open on a window that's not broken,"

"It's not, it's not, it's not [broken] - Corey it's not," My comment: YEP, I SAID THIS ALL ALONG. Here is the picture I posted that proved the windows were not broken, and were broken out later.

Here is a link to the full frame version of the top photo (the above is a crop)

All it took was ONE photo from a quality SLR taken at the WRONG TIME to blow the official Las Vegas shooting to smithereens. Obviously the windows were kicked out after the shooting, to satisfy the official story when the sun came up. The police footage has "paddock dead". Don't worry, it was not him (if you got a crush on him or something) because here he is in Atlantic City a few days later.

And here is a short clip from the video the above was taken from. The video has his girlfriend beside him and was expertly documented to be from October 6 by whoever took it, (obviously it was someone who figured out it was Paddock and wanted it to be irrefutably documented.)

Yes, we never got the truth out of Vegas. What happened in Vegas stayed in Vegas as far as the FBI is concerned. Oh, boo hoo, the FBI is whining about a loss of credibility. That's their own fault when crap like Vegas can be picked apart so easily.



I have seen a lot of "white supremacy" web sites, and could not understand why they were labeled "white supremacist". Now I know why - because any web site owned by white people that is conservative and believes in intact families is by the communist definition "white supremacist". You don't have to be racist to receive the label. In other words, the entire "white supremacy" line is a ruse by communists to guilt trip whites into destroying themselves. HERE IS PROOF:

FACT: If you have any desire to keep your family together, and you are white, you are "white supremacist" by the definition of the liberal left. LOOK AT HER CREDENTIALS:

Higher education, writer for Huffington Post, Sociologist, "expert on race+technology, book writer, AND YOU CAN SAFELY BET: Endorsed by Google, Zukerberg, Twitter, and every other A-hole who is working hard to destroy conservatives.

The writing is on the wall: If she could ever get away with saying "the nuclear family supports white supremacy," it means that if those supporting her are not wiped out, civilization is TOAST.

Realize: One of the key planks of the communist manifesto is to destroy the family. The family that is to be destroyed with the greatest vigor is the WHITE FAMILY, because white families are the best at standing up to tyranny. And if whites manage to rise above tyranny, everyone else, all races, by default, rise up with them.

This tweet is a rare look directly at the enemy that is destroying America. Never forget this, this woman is totally supported by Zukerberg, Twitter, Google, and no doubt every other form of filth, the line is now clearly drawn. WHITE FAMILIES ARE THE ENEMY OF THESE PEOPLE and you had better take her words as a serious threat because she has the support at all levels, whereas the white family has NOTHING but battles to fight from all sides.

It is very helpful to know that this is the real mindset of these people, she was an absolute fool for posting such a revealing insight into precisely why the white family is under such hardcore attack.



Russia is changing the entire programming scheme of it's missiles

The real significance of this is that many of Russia's existing missiles were designed in a way that will allow them to accept "plug and play" AI, which means they were designed from the ground up to accept programming changes to help them defeat enemy countermeasures. On the battlefield, that's HUGE.

Russia is going to make a majority of it's missiles run on artificial intelligence. This is an interesting development after the latest attack by Israel on an Iranian weapons depot, which visibly showed Russian air defense systems malfunctioning like failed bottle rockets. Evidently enough was learned by the U.S. and Israel to shut those systems down.

The problem first showed itself around a year ago when S-300 systems failed to identify Israeli war planes as hostile. Israel was able to convince the weapons systems that their aircraft were friendly, so the missile systems would not pursue Israeli aircraft. Now, after what was obviously a debacle Russia refused to respond to or admit to, they are switching systems (even as far down the chain as Pantsir) to running on AI. and with this development, I'd like to point something out -

If this can be done, it means that even old Russian systems were designed in such a way that allowed tech upgrades to be cheaply installed in them. Once such upgrades are possible, you can take cold war garbage and make it state of the art, after all if the missile can steer itself, all the hardware is in place ready to accept a new brain, and that means Russia can quickly make a totally new system, basically from the ground up while only replacing a brain that nowadays could be a $15 Raspberry Pi. That brain can be cheap, and bug free. This ability will provide Russia with enormous agility against implementation of countermeasures against it's systems.

This would be an epic strategic foresight by Russia. It means that even if Russia did get it's butt kicked earlier this week, such losses will not persist. Just pop in a new brain, and the U.S. has an entirely new problem with the same old rocket. That's a shocker as far as I see it.

There are many references to Russia employing AI in "new missile systems" but what is being missed is that at least the S-300, S-400, and Pantsir can accept the AI tech as is, and most likely the S-200 can as well, though I did not get confirmation on the S-200. GAME CHANGER.

More like a world war 3 winner . . . . .

New abortion restrictions

None of them have passed yet, but Iowa is close to passing the "heartbeat bill" which bans abortions after six weeks, and South Carolina is considering legislation to ban all abortion on demand, while leaving in place "rape, incest, or medical emergencies". So on the surface South Carolina's bill appears more restrictive than Iowa's, but as reality has it, anyone can claim rape so the effects of that law will be muted if it passes.

At least both states are trying to move in the right direction . . . .


Time magazine did a piece about the woes of the FBI, and opened their report with how they are all sad because Trump is bashing them. That absolutely galled me. But as I read into the article farther, it is actually quite good, (once they finish bashing Trump).

The article explains how the FBI has lost credibility with the public over failure to stop mass shootings (no failure in that when they stage them) and the report even goes over how the FBI lost credibility with how they handled investigations into Hillary's crimes, and how Comey damaged the image of the agency. It is a long read, but if you can get past the Trump bashing, it is a good read.

Teflon Don

Trump has basically been cleared of all accusations. He's going to have to explain to Melania why he paid off a porn star . . . . . but the courts are not going to care about that. They are going to care about whether or not he actually broke the law. As it turns out, he did not.

Trolls are saying the payoff to Stormy was done with campaign money, and since this was not reported as a campaign expense, Trump is toast. Evidently however, that is not the case, Trump did indeed pay the lawyer back for paying Stormy, but he did it out of pocket, with money that never went into the campaign fund. Trolls are calling this an undeclared campaign contribution, but evidently it is not, because the money trail was done correctly.

Giuliani got on Fox and tore Comey up. He made it clear Comey could not be trusted, while avoiding saying Comey is a bad man. But he also said Comey would get ripped apart in court, because he's far too dirty and guilty of too much. He also said a lot was investigated in regard to Trump, but the only violations found were those committed by the people investigating Trump.

This is all beginning to look like Trump is going to arrive the victor in everything except pillow talk with Melania. The Democrats may try to impeach him, but any effort is likely to fail. More importantly, Trump recently said that with regard to him getting messed with in phony investigations and false accusations, that he has powers awarded the president that he has not used yet. WHAT would those powers be? ANSWER: To fire EVERYONE. To disband the FBI, and even the CIA. He can pen stroke them out of existence and congress would be powerless to stop it because they live via executive order. The CIA was created outright via executive order, and the FBI got most of it's powers via executive orders. If their corruption continues, and he has talked the way he has about "powers he has not used", all those giving him problems may find themselves eliminated in a five minute signing session. Trump has, up until this point, only gathered the reasons he needs to do so.

Since many have noticed how grandiose and lacking in substance Nut Yahoo's Iran speech was, I figured I'd bump this:


As it turns out, IDIOT figured he'd make a go of it by bringing "hundreds of pounds" of stolen Iranian documents from a facility they operated from 1999 - 2003, all of which were known about and declassified more than 10 years ago. What an idiot.

I hope he did not think Trump was that stupid. I hope Trump is not that stupid. This just goes to show how desperately Israel is grasping at straws I guess. Remember this?:

OLD NEWS: NK releases all U.S. prisoners

I forgot to post this earlier. Trump asked Kim Jong to release all U.S. prisoners, and he did. So that's a major development, which would imply Kim Jong is sincere.

The war hawks are going to hate this. I do not believe war with NK is off the table yet, even though it should be. As it turns out, I am not the only one speculating this.

5 Years in prison in Russia for holocaust denial

To see this in the Forward (a high class Jewish publication) Click here.

My comment: Nice place. It is now confirmed who runs Russia. I have always maintained that Russia is a sleeping monster, just waiting for the right touch to wake up. One day it will, and the "freedom experiment" will be over. Then we won't be getting dash cam footage of any more meteors . . . . .

Las Vegas body cam footage

I am not even going to bother with it, because it has been too long, and they faked it. If they did not need to fake it, we'd have had it day one. So who cares what they release now.

Infowars: Caravan has no refugees

Infowars did a piece on the "caravan" that "showed up at the border". Though Alex does have a few revelations with this, I have the Mexican perspective and can fill in the rest of the blanks.

1. No "caravan" ever crossed Mexico.

They were in the news for a while because they were used for a propaganda show, but they were actually part of a Catholic caravan for an Easter migration. This happens every year. Since there was a photo op and a story to fake up, the American MSM grabbed this and ran with it under a false flag name. However, the group disbanded in south central Chiapas and vanished from the press. There was no caravan through Mexico at all.

2. People did show up at the border though, who were they?

As it turns out, none of them were assylum seekers. And after reviewing what went on, I can safely state NONE OF THEM WERE FROM LATIN AMERICA. They were all plants from America and Canada, who were issued fake papers, drove a few miles south of Tijuana, and then walked back to the border to "storm it".

3. There is stunningly damning evidence that these were American fakers.


PROBLEM: There are NO Muslims in Latin America, other than those who work for embassies. Look at the text on her shirt. It is written the way Americans write text. If this was a legit refugee, the text would say: Fundacion de Latina Muslimo. ONLY AN AMERICAN WHO NEVER SPOKE SPANISH AS A ROOT LANGUAGE WOULD EVER SCREW THAT UP.

I have actually tried to find Muslims in Mexico, including traveling to other areas and commuting all over Mexico city. I actually wanted an answer on this topic. I spent several days pursuing it. I discovered:

Outside of the embassies you can search all you want, and there are simply NONE. As soon as any Muslim organizations take off in Latin America, the CIA moves in and crushes them. There are ZERO. There is not one mosque except one I checked out in Mexico City (the only one there) that is a single room on a second floor that is run as a joint effort between the CIA and British MI5. NO ONE there was from Mexico. I told them to their faces they were a honey trap for unsuspecting fools and left before I even went through the door. They are only there to provide plausible support for horse shit "islamic invaders from the south" stories. It was THAT OBVIOUS.

There were times when a few Muslim immigrants tried to grow communities. One of them hit a population of 1,800, and then the CIA moved in, introduced a bunch of false crap, and the group was completely dissolved in a year and a half. That was over and done with 10 years ago. There are simply no Muslims in Latin America. HOW THEN, DID SOME SHOW UP AT THE BORDER WITH A CARAVAN, BOLDLY PROCLAIMING THEY ARE MUSLIM??!!?? UTTER HORSE SHIT.



HAVING MUSLIMS MIXED IN, CLEARLY LABELED, IS HURRICANE ON JUPITER BULLSHIT STORM BULLSHIT. yes, Earth's atmosphere just is not thick enough to support a storm of bullshit that huge. You have to go off- planet for that.



Alfie slipped into a coma after receiving six vaccinations in one day. He was normal before. Two weeks before a vaccine injury judgement could be issued, they took him off, saying he would die (so they could avoid the payout). Only, he did not need life support, when they took it off, he kept on living. So they cut off his food to starve him to death. He did not die fast enough, and was within two weeks of the vaccine payout date. SO THEY GAVE HIM A LETHAL INJECTION to get it over with! YOU CANT MAKE THIS STUFF UP!. How about THAT for socialized health care!

Britian's social health care is a system that obviously owns you, and if you want to seek help elsewhere the police will stop you, the courts will stop you, and even if you are given citizenship in a foreign nation (Italy) and have two separate countries (Italy and Germany) offer all care for free, PLUS have a helicopter sent by another nation waiting nearby to fly you there for care, Britain will not let you out, you equaled X, and X must die.


[A] nurse entered the child's cubicle after his father Tom had been called aside and gave him four drugs. A source close to the family told LifeSiteNews that these were injections that were administered to Alfie after Tom had been summoned for an unusual middle-of-the-night meeting with the hospital. The child died two hours later.

Alder Hey hospital doctors had previously conveyed to the Evans' family in a legal document how they intended to use a drug cocktail that included Midazolam and Fentanyl as part of Alfie's "end of life care plan." Side effects of the drugs included respiratory depression. Tom Evans called it an "execution plan" for his son.

Natural News had this. The report is extensive, and proves my comment above, though harsh, is a bullseye. SEE THIS.

It goes on to explain how that particular hospital is infamous for organ harvesting, and how Britain has had over 100,000 suspicious previous baby deaths in hospitals. It just so happens that Alfie made the news. OK, HERE IS MY OPINION:

What my gut is telling me about Alfie:

I did not find this anywhere, it is just a gut feeling.

I believe Alfie was a test subject, who received a special batch of vaccines that were a test bed for future, more damaging types. I believe all his doctors were in on it. They were probably Jewish (at least the ones that mattered were) and Alfie was a perfect test subject for destroying a perfect white race baby. They did not want this to possibly be revealed by allowing alfie out for medical care elsewhere.

THE LIFE SUPPORT WAS A BOLD LIE, it was only a ruse to keep him in the constant presense of Nazi style doctors who were running experiments to find out exactly what destroys the white race and can be put in a vaccine. Alfie had a constant IV, and I have no doubt they were using that IV to nail him with whatever new concoction they came up with next. Then they'd brain scan, to see the results.

Clearly, despite his condition, Alfie did not need life support. There is no conceivable way a baby that needed life support would survive for 4 days without it, while being denied food and water in an effort to intentionally kill him. And even that did not kill him, a lethal injection had to be used.

After using him as a test subject, they absolutely, under no circumstances, could allow him to go to another country for care. If that happened, what they did to him would probably be revealed. The courts, the hospital, the doctors, were all in on it, and the police (who probably did not know the real purpose) followed orders.

I believe the research data they got from Alfie is going to end up in the next batch of vaccines, and autism will then morph to a predominantly white race problem, as they use their new data to reduce the damage to the races they don't want destroyed so badly.

Sound extreme? I hate to say it, but I firmly believe that this is where we are at.

Rasmussen: 46 percent want government jobs for all

My comment: DOUBT IT. Because 46 percent of Americans are not stupid enough to miss the fact that "everyone has a government job" under communism. NICE TRY RASMUSSEN, BUT AMERICA IS NOT THERE YET.

You have your feelings for a reason

If you are pissed and you can't do anything about it because some sort of "rule" is preventing you from doing what you know is right, you probably live under tyranny.

UPDATE to the report (below) about the Utah teen dress

This got hacked and was totally disjointed. Someone hates the following post:

Chinese people have become aware of the issue, and are fully in support of the girl wearing the dress, saying it is cultural appreciation, not cultural appropriation. The only "chinese" who were against her wearing the dress were brainless automotons who were projecting their college brainwashing on an unsuspecting public.

There is no such thing as cultural appropriation outside the realm of liberal hatred for all cultures. Everything with liberalism is a lie: Guys dicks belong in other guy's butts. Abortion is not murder. Stealing from producers and giving to the lazy fosters prosperity. Every major point college professors are ramming into the brains of America's young is a lie. And the backlash on American soil was FAKE, though I am sure the pansies thought it was real. America, which was supposed to be the "great melting pot" was not rooted in any sort of "cultural appropriation". REALITY: the Chinese in fact were VERY HAPPY the girl wore the dress after they found out about it. SEE THIS from the South China Morning Post.


Chinese dress at US prom wins support in China after internet backlash

And I am sure college brain washed American twits who took to twitter on this topic are going to tweet up how wrong the Chinese people are for supporting this girl. They won't have the ability to realize their programming (which they are still paying for via their colleg loan) is pure bullshit.

Utah teen blasted for wearing Chiongsam dress to prom

Utah teen Keziah Daum found a traditional chiongsam dress at a thrift store, and figured it would look great at the prom. So she wore it, everyone loved it including her teachers, and she then put the pictures online. A snowflake meltdown ensued.

She got a large number of comments from culturally castrated "snowflakes" who accused her of cultural appropriation, racism, and whatever else a liberal college professor could ever make a weak mind sensitive to. HERE IS THE DRESS:

My comment:

Liberal fools will not stop with their racism and cultural appropriation crap until Americans are not allowed to eat chinese food (right down to Ramen noodles) or tacos, or curry, or anything else, and in the name of sensitivity all food is reduced to generic brown glop and pellets resembling animal food. If wearing this dress was a crime, that's where we are headed.

Never submit your DNA to any company for ancestry purposes

Once you submit your DNA, it becomes an open public reference with no privacy at all.

The Golden State Killer's mistake was leaving his DNA on garbage at his home. The DNA was used to track his identity through an online open source familial DNA database. This finally answers the question many were concerned about, anyone who has used these sites for DNA background is subject to no legal means of protecting their privacy.

Detectives had searched for four decades for the clue that would unlock the identity of the Golden State Killer, the predator who terrorized California top to bottom with a string of horrific rapes and homicides in the 1970s and ’80s.

Criminal DNA databases produced no hits, sweeps of crime scenes no fingerprints and hefty rewards no definitive tips. But Paul Holes, an investigator and DNA expert, had a hunch he could create a road map to the killer through his genetics.

Holes used DNA recovered from a crime scene to find the killer’s great-great-great grandparents, who lived in the early 1800s. Branch by painstaking branch, he and a team created about 25 family trees containing thousands of relatives down to the present day.

One fork led to a 72-year-old retiree who was quietly living out his golden years in the Sacramento suburb of Citrus Heights. Holes was intrigued after learning the man was a disgraced cop who had bought guns during two bursts of activity by the killer.

Obviously it is a good thing this guy got caught. However this report does reveal that anyone can be hunted for anything. If they did it with him, they can do it with anyone. Don't ever turn your DNA in to one of these companies. See this.

NK Libya model: I thought this was a hoax! it is not!

Date: Tuesday, 1-May-2018 04:29:10 CNN - The White House is looking at Libya as one example of how it will handle potential negotiations with North Korea on dismantling its nuclear program, John Bolton, US President Donald Trump's national security adviser, said Sunday.

But experts say the Libya model is a dangerous one to trot out when discussing North Korea.

Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi agreed to abandon his nuclear ambitions in exchange for sanctions relief in the early 2000s. Within years, Gadhafi was overthrown and killed by rebels backed by Washington (United States).

Bolton appeared to use the Libya case as an example of how North Korea might develop the trust of international partners, just days after after Kim committed to the "complete denuclearization" of the Korean Peninsula during a historic summit with South Korean President Moon Jae-in.

My comment: Now we know where the U.S. is going to try to take a non-nuclear NK.

Or at least they may try to. But China and Russia are RIGHT THERE. Perhaps the Lybia model won't work as well this time?

Major progress: Korea propaganda speakers dismantled

North and South Korea used enormous speakers with a sonic range of up to 30 miles to blast propaganda at each other across their borders. Those speakers are now being torn down. This is a major development. SEE THIS.

BRITISH POLICE: Watch what you say about Alfie Evans, anything bad will be acted upon!

MY COMMENT: I have a special word, just for the Queen:

An air of superiority wafts off of you like the stench of a rotten loo. Absent guards and barracades which protect "your royal hind ass", you'd be dragged through the streets and lynched!

Yes, Alfie, a vaccine damaged baby who was perfectly normal before he received six shots in one day then had his parents told he was "wasting away due to defective genes" and THEN, TWO WEEKS before he hit the age where vaccine damage payouts were allowed he died ONLY BECAUSE THE POLICE STOOD GUARD AT THE HOSPITAL TO ALLOW NO FOOD IN, AND DISALLOW ALFIE OUT TO BE FED, AND THEY KILLED HIM BY FORCEFULLY NEGLECTING HIM TO DEATH. HE DIED IN 4 DAYS.

They destroyed him with intentionally sabotaged vaccines, and when he did not die quick enough (after being removed from a ventilator) they simply killed him by not feeding him. CUTE.


Degenerate dehumanized filth. Abhorrent malfunctioning trash. An air of superiority wafts off of her like the stench of a ROTTEN OUT HOUSE. That's the only way the British state will intentionally starve a baby to death after destroying the baby; she does, after all, dictate enough on these issues to give it a yay or nay. ROBIN HOOD WAS RIGHT. I always hated her.

DEAR MERSEYSIDE POLICE: If you are going to shut your subjects up with threats, I'll just have to put in a word for them . . . . . STICK IT.


If it is, it is Israel that did it.


The first wave of attacks in Syria that got Russian tech involved was to test Russian systems, how they could be jammed, and also to test the capabilities of Russian jamming.

Russia is not admitting it, but I believe they did respond to the attacks from the U.S. last night, which proved their tech has been completely disabled. It appears the S-200 (at least, possibly S-300 also) systems were flying in circles like malfunctioning bottle rockets, completely missing their targets.

No one confirmed this, but there were some anomalies on video that make it seem so, and there was absolutely no admitted to response from either Russia or Syria. Why? Because they would not want to admit they got totally skunked, that is not good strategy.

It appears that the U.S. tested Russian systems, saw Russian jammers and how they work, and then knew how to jam Russian systems, and prevent American systems from being jammed. This would be done before any major war was allowed to proceed, and now that the U.S. has rendered Russian systems impotent, it is probably GAME ON.

The only thing that will stop it is if Russia can re-code everything rapidly, to get around the jammers and allow Russia to once again jam American stuff. That's the kind of war it will be, let's hope Russia can put a stop to this with quick re-programming. If they did not allow that capability in their systems, they, and the rest of us, are probably screwed.

I don't know what processors Russia used in their systems, but if they are made by Intel, they can all be shut down by the U.S. after the missile launches. The CoreVpro tech is what it is, and will allow remote wireless shutdown. This started with Centrino 15 years ago and if things were kept classified, it could even be pre-centrino tech. What will a missile do if the brain suddenly quits?

If Russian missiles have "intel inside" they are SCREWED.

China now monitors many people's brain waves

Nasa used this tech on astronauts all the way back to Apollo. What I did not know is that China has advanced this tech, and has started using it on mundane people.

Many workers are now required to wear brain monitoring headsets that detect their emotions and to some degree their thoughts.

Here is a relevant snip from this MSM report

"Hangzhou Zhongheng Electric is just one example of the large-scale application of brain surveillance devices to monitor people's emotions and other mental activities in the workplace, according to scientists and companies involved in the government-backed projects.

Concealed in regular safety helmets or uniform hats, these lightweight, wireless sensors constantly monitor the wearer's brainwaves and stream the data to computers that use artificial intelligence algorithms to detect emotional spikes such as depression, anxiety or rage.

The technology is in widespread use around the world but China has applied it on an unprecedented scale in factories, public transport, state-owned companies and the military to increase the competitiveness of its manufacturing industry and to maintain social stability.

My comment: What?!

OK, FAIR IS FAIR. Let's see Xi Jinping be forced to wear one of these devices, on a dedicated HD channel so the Chinese people get full time feedback about whether or not their "president" plans to screw them on any particular day!

China is obviously going full rogue. WE HAD BETTER NOT LET THEM WIN A WORLD WAR, which is apparently on the horizon. Meanwhile:

This is now confirmed: Large scale Israeli/American attacks are underway in Syria

Two days ago, Iran dropped the dollar and switched over to the Euro. And now this.

Yep. Dropping the dollar is the kiss of death. Now Nut Yahoo is blabbering about Iran's nukes, and actually attacking Iranian assets, while Israel holds a stream of meetings on Iran, obviously to kick start a war.

Israel has closed it's airspace in the area closest to attacks, without warning

The Guardian is the first MSM source to confirm this, my details will be different than The Guardian.

The Guardian said Israel did the attacks. But the initial reports on social media said the attacks were carried out from Turkish soil by American forces. The original reports said the Russians could not respond, because American jamming shut their equipment down. Air defenses were fired, but the Russian missiles simply failed to work. Russia is denying that they or Syria launched anything at all. The attacks took out an Iranian weapons cache which triggered a large explosion.

People are speculating that the strikes which took place a couple weeks ago were done so the U.S. could figure out what jamming capabilities or other capabilities Russia had were, so future strikes could go like this, with no effective response from Russia at all. Rumor has it that the U.S. jammed Russia's advanced missiles, and rendered them useless.

"Syrian army said rockets struck several military bases in Hama and Aleppo area. In a news flash, state television said the missile attacks took place at 10:30pm. At one blast location, 50 are confirmed dead.

The European-Mediterranean Seismological Centre recorded 2.60-magnitude quake

IRAN: Supreme Leader Khamenei says "the era of hit and run is gone, strikes will be met with strikes", following attack against Iranian targets in Syria last night.

Complete U.S. media blackout on this.

I'll update this as things come in, but right now it is not looking too great for Russia. If their missiles really did get fired in defense, and they totally failed due to jamming, it would obviously be best for them to deny launching anything at all. Time will tell with this I guess, for now my opinion is that Russia did launch, and they did get jammed.

UPDATE: Israel is claiming the strikes had to do with Iran's nuclear program.

"Israeli PM Netanyahu will speak to the media 8pm local time and reveal "dramatic" information about Iranian nuclear project. This after urgent session of the Israeli security cabinet earlier today - executive news",

If so, all this is being done as a precursor to a war that was already planned, but Israel is having a tough time starting.

OH THE HORROR! Foxconn allowed to take 7 million gallons a day from Lake Superior to make Iphones

Yes, you may have read this somewhere else, with the people posting it all horrified about how terrible it is. WHAT A FREAKING JOKE. 7 million gallons? PFFT, you could easily take that per day from a mundane lake in South Dakota. How much is 7 million gallons? About 20 acre feet.

Remember the Oroville dam problems that happened last year? Let's put this into perspective that way. Oroville dam holds 3.5 million acre feet. What the * is 20 acre feet from Lake Michigan by comparison?

Why complain about this at all? Foxconn making Iphones on U.S. turf is a great reason to use a little water!

Russia launched a 70 megawatt floating nuclear power plant.

It uses two 35 MW reactors that would normally be used to power naval vessels. It is supposed to have up to a 50 year life span. This type of power plant would make it possible to establish cities in remote regions that it is able to get to - having power is key to this. It looks like an over sized barge, AND IT IS ALREADY AN UGLY RUSTED HULK! Yikes!

I don't have much faith in this idea, if it is already in this degraded condition when launched new, Russia likely did it too cheap and it may be a floating Chernobyl.

This is a serious 11th grade exam question.

The background of this was not made clear, but it did happen:

Ursula was devastated when her boyfriend broke up with her after having sex. To get revenge, she had sex with his best friend the next day. "Ursula had a beautiful baby girl nine months later. Ursula has type O blood, her ex-boyfriend is type AB blood, and his best friend is type A blood. If her baby daddy is her ex-boyfriend, what could her baby' possible blood type(s) NOT be?"

This actually happened. See this.


It would have sent a rover to the moon's polar region by 2022 to look for water and other resources, and was suddenly canceled. Why would it be canceled? Here's a good reason: Because it might be too much of a burden to manage during a war, and the people may be re-assigned to war projects. That is as good an explanation as any for the inexplicable cancellation.

China will not be happy if the Koreas unite and the U.S. stays in South Korea

China has had North Korea as a buffer zone between U.S. occupied South Korea and itself, and has supported North Korea because of this. Contrary to what some people may think, China is not a very nice country, and has engaged in as many genocides as the Bolsheviks did in Russia. There is a good chance China will try to destabilize the situation between the two koreas to prevent them from joining or becoming allies. Because if they do, China is basically going to have the U.S. right on it's border.

. . . . .As if the South China Sea was not a hot enough issue all by itself . . . . .

China's social credit score is already getting incrementally worse. The social credit score punishes you for bad public behavior, such as speeding or jay walking. God forbid you put anything online "they" do not approve of. In the latest social credit score gaffe, China now has a few intersections that spray you with water if you jay walk, and put your face on a large TV screen if you jay walk, AND GET THIS: Facial recognition AI will soon immediately identify you if you jay walk, and you get notified of your fine for jay walking via an automated text message. Jay walk too much, and you won't be able to get a loan at a bank or take public transit. YEAY. Nice country. Perhaps sacrificing the Norks as a buffer zone would be good foreign policy, I think it is time again to piss off little kim!


Release of documents delayed again. What would you expect? The entire policy of releasing documents is a ruse for phoney transparency. The U.S. government is supposed to be totally transparent, with all documents of this type public. If you delay their release for even 1 year it is (supposed to be) a violation, but somehow they got accustomed to calling themselves legit after they held the documents surrounding a PRESIDENTIAL ASSASINATION for damn near 60 years.

This was supposed to be an assassination by a lone nutcase. IF SO, WHY IN THE HELL HAVE THEY KEPT THE DAMN THING CONCEALED FOR SO LONG? WHAT IS THE BIG SECRET?

you will never know. Unless you are smart enough to figure out why they'd keep holding onto documents so many years later. They will never release the documents that really matter, EVER. Because if they do, the FBI and CIA GO DOWN for killing the President.

Come get your fakes! FAKES ONLY. Fakes, jokes and forgeries are all the "little people" deserve, because they can't wrap their minds around the "grand visions" of the elite, for which JFK had to die.

A great quote from Joel Skousen

I am afraid he is right, so up it goes:

"It hasn't taken the world long to learn that Trump is easily flattered into being friendly and accommodating. Trump does not really understand the Deep State or the constant attacks from the media so he still badly wants to be accepted by the establishment. Consequently, any time potential enemies put on a charm offensive and flatter him, he quickly reciprocates even if it means selling out his core positions. We've seen this disturbing pattern before: Trump condemned and excoriated Hillary, Obama, and dictator Xi, but then praised them as wonderful people after meeting them face to face. This week, as Trump got enthused about his upcoming meeting with Kim Jong-un (who runs perhaps the worst prison-camp nation in the world) he described the dictator as "honorable" and indicated willingness to make a deal. I happen to know that Trump has received clear advice that North Korea's promises of denuclearization cannot be trusted, but Trump seems intent on rushing headlong into another phony deal with North Korea, the same thing he condemned in past administrations."

My comment: Is Trump really a buffoon who can be flattered into a horrible deal? Possibly. One would think he'd never become a billionaire if so, however, in his position as President he gets analyzed by the best, who live every day looking for ways to pick him to pieces. Skousen appears to be correct here, the deep state has found his weaknesses and is exploiting them. This would not be a problem for Trump while negotiating a business deal, where it is on the table for a few days and then he's off to negotiate with a different un-associated group. But given time, yes, his opponents will fillet him and we have all the proof, right in front of us now.


WHITE MALE="BADLY VACCINE DAMAGED"="INFERIOR". Alfie was killed on purpose to cover this up.

Alfie Evans is dead

Last night, before he died, I posted something similar to the following and then got trolled out of it. Well, as it turns out this is true so I re-typed it.

If you see anything to the contrary, it is British government trollage.

Alfie Evans was born perfectly normal, and got his condition at a year old, after receiving six vaccines in one doctor visit. The vaccines triggered an auto immune disorder that caused his immune system to destroy his brain. They are saying he had defective genes which caused him to waste away but that is the unilateral universal excuse fronted for vaccine damage every single time. They always blame it on "defective genes".

UNDENIABLE FACT: The British government really does not pay out if the kid dies before age 2, and for Alfie, age 2 was coming up in 14 days. British trolls are desperately trying to assert there is no two year minimum. They are lying. HERE IS THE CAPTURE OF THEIR OWN POLICY, FROM THEIR OWN STATE WEB SITE:

FACT: Vaccines screwed up alfie, caused a brain wasting disorder, (all kids get knocked down by vaccines now, which are eugenics weapons) and the ones who take it worst die like Alfie. Only Alfie did not die from the vaccine itself, he died because they cut off food. They cut off food, because once he hit age 2, he had rights! They could not have that happening.

I don't think the British government was worried about the payout for damage, and they probably will pay out because this is such a high profile story. I believe the british government was in fact worried because this was such obvious vaccine damage, and they don't want anyone investigating a weapon they want to keep on using. If Alfie hit 2, he'd have crossed that threshold.

I actually sent this, and asked them to debunk this rumor:


Kim Jong said he is embarrased by his country's infrastructure. NOT A JOKE.

"As Kim and Moon held a historic summit on Friday, the South Korean president told North Korea's supreme leader he'd like to visit his country in order to climb Mount Paektu, a mountain that plays a significant role in Korean folklore. Kim then said, "I feel embarrassed about the poor transit infrastructure," BBC reports."


He knows he is going to have to admit a few faults before anything can go forward.