Saturday, February 4, 2023

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United States Government Has Plans of Creating an AI that Can Expose Anonymous Writers

by Jose Nino, Big League Politics:

According to a recent announcement by the Office of the Director of National Intelligence (ODNI), the Intelligence Advanced Projects Activity (IARPA) is developing a program to unmask anonymous writers. IARPA will use AI to analyze anonymous writers’ style. According to Cindy Harper of Reclaim the Net, a writer’s style “is seen as potentially being as unique as a fingerprint.”

Australian Study Treats Climate Change Skepticism as a Mental Disorder

by James Murphy, The New American:

A team of psychological researchers from Australia is delving into the mindset of those who refuse to buy the notion that man-made climate change is quickly creating an unlivable, barren wasteland on Earth. Researchers from the University of the Sunshine Coast looked to explain why such “cranks” continue to deny what they call “the reality of climate change, its causes, impacts and the need for mitigatory action.”

FBI Asks Court for 66 Years to Release Information From Seth Rich’s Computer

from The Epoch Times:

The FBI is asking a U.S. court to reverse its order that it produce information from Seth Rich’s laptop computer.

If the court does not, the bureau wants 66 years to produce the information.

Rich was a Democratic National Committee staffer when he was killed on a street in Washington in mid-2016. No person has ever been arrested in connection to the murder.

DHS: “Radicalized” Americans who believe “false narratives” online are the new terror threat

by Didi Rankovic, Reclaim The Net:

Secretary Mayorkas made the statements on the anniversary of 9/11.

The War on Terror. You might have thought that it started in 2001, with the shocking tragedy of 9/11, and also – the shockwaves that reverberated throughout societies (in terms of how the way of life irrevocably changed from airport travel, to what can and can’t be expressed online.)

And that it’s over.

‘Infectious’ laughter: Man arrested for joking about COVID

from WND:

A Louisiana man is fighting in court for the First Amendment right to express satire after he made a joke about COVID-19, and was arrested by a sheriff’s armed SWAT team that confronted him with guns drawn.

The Institute for Justice has confirmed it has taken up the case involving Waylon Bailey of New Orleans.

Sorry Liberals, But The Nazis Were Progressive Leftists


by Derek Hunter, Townhall:

You’ve probably known someone in your life who was simply full of it, right? A friend of a friend or acquaintance who lied constantly, burning a lot of calories trying to convince people to believe people of something that simply wasn’t so. That is how Democrats are on almost every issue, but there’s one in particular they desperately need to fool people on not only so they can use it as a weapon, but also so they can hide the horrors their political philosophy have committed against the people unfortunate enough to live under their absolute reign.

Australia considers centralizing digital ID

by Ken Macon, Reclaim The Net:

More central control.

In the wake of the Optus data breach, the Australian government is considering centralizing digital ID through the myGov or myGovID systems.

During the Optus data breach, the personal information of about 10 million clients were exposed, including Medicare numbers, driver’s licenses, and passports. Optus is an Australian telecom with over 10 million subscribers.

Australian company directors have just one week to be forced into mandatory digital ID

by Ken Macon, Reclaim The Net:

There’s a growing pushback over privacy concerns.

About one million Australians are not aware of, or are ignoring, a  tax office requirement with only one week to go before the deadline, Sky News Australia reported.

Canada: B.C. Advances Law That Will Jail Doctors for ‘Misinformation’

by Cullen Mccue, National File:

Lawmakers in British Columbia have advanced legislation that could lead to prison time for doctors who give advice that goes against federal guidelines and narratives. The Health Professions and Occupations Act (HPOA) was approved by the legislature last Thursday and immediately received Royal Assent.

The new legislation is aimed at replacing the Health Professions Act in British Columbia and will make significant changes to how all health professions are regulated. It now awaits a cabinet order to determine when it will be enacted.

Doctors Are Threatened and Silenced By Government Bureaucrats

from The New American:


A drone flies around telling citizens: ”This community is in total lockdown now. Stay in your room.”