Monday, August 3, 2020

Russia has created its own Internet for use in times of war

by Seraphim Hanisch, The Duran:

Russian Federation continues to develop internal resources such as its own internet to allow the country to stand on its own in any catastrophe, including wartime

The Internet we know today had its beginnings as ARPANET, and it was the creation of the Defense Department in the United States to facilitate robust communications between computer installations in the event of a nuclear war or other major catastrophe.

Your Guide to this Weekend’s Globalist Conference Circuit

by James Corbett, The International Forecaster:

…it’s that time of year when confabulators are conferring and conclaves are conspiring. Keep your wits about you and stay tuned to for more information on all of these events when, if, and as they transpire.

Oh, pity the poor globalists. They’re going to be running around like chickens with their heads cut off in the next few days. …Well, OK, more like flying around in their private jets like well-pampered chickens with their heads cut off, but you get the idea.

Keiser Report: The myth of ‘Golden State’ (E1238)

from RT:

In the second half, Max interviews Jeff Berwick of about the reasons for EOS and what the free market might determine as a new protocol is introduced to the cryptocurrency space.

‘Invisible Warfare’: Sonic Attack Victims On The Rise – What The Heck Is Going On And Why Has The U.S. Not Evacuated China And Cuban Embassies?

by Susan Duclos, All News Pipeline:

Dozens of U.S. Embassy and Consulate employees in Cuba and now China were attacked, and while no “official” conclusion has been made, the best description of said attacks, which matches the symptoms, are “Sonic Attacks.”

A study reported on in January 2016 found that people that are exposed to “high-frequency sounds” are subject to a number of physical effects, which include “nausea, dizziness, migraine, fatigue and tinnitus.”

With the existence of “Sonic Weapons,” which can be described as sonic bullets, grenades or cannons, and is in limited use by some segments of military or law enforcement, where a beam or field of focused sound or ultrasound is used to produce the attack, it is very concerning that there are now 24 confirmed cases of U.S. embassy members from Cuba, with two more now being tested, and now more individuals from the U.S. consulate in China, are suffering from those very same symptoms described above.

Opinion: Is The Zeitgeist Finally Shifting In Favor Of Julian Assange?

by Elizabeth Vos, Disobedient Media:

Although the phrase Zeitgeist refers to the spirit of an age, it seems appropriate to use it to describe the shift in consciousness that can take place in a moment.

As the sixth anniversary of Julian Assange’s asylum in the Ecuadorian Embassy approaches, public awareness is rapidly shifting in Assange’s favor. The ongoing isolation of Julian Assange by the Ecuadorian government appears to have bolstered sympathy for the Wikileaks Editor-In-Chief worldwide, instead of relegating him to the detritus of a fast-moving news cycle.

TRUMP APPROVAL RATING Better than Obama and Reagan at Same Point in their Presidencies


by Jim Hoft, The Gateway Pundit:

According to the latest FOX News poll President Donald Trump has a better rating than Presidents Obama and Reagan at the same point in their presidencies.

President Trump’s approval is now at 45%.

And that is with 90% negative coverage from the far left mainstream media.

I Watched Putin’s Entire 4 Hour Q+A With the Russian People – He Even Answered My Question


by Dmitry Orlov, Russia Insider:

Yesterday I spent four hours watching television. This is not something I normally do because I find the entire television medium tedious, boring and a waste of time. All television programs are, in my case, a bad idea, because I dislike being programmed. In fact, I don’t even own a TV. When I need to watch something, I do so in a window on the screen of my laptop. But this was a special occasion.

What I watched was Putin’s nearly four-hour annual live Q&A marathon. People all over Russia submitted questions—over 2.3 million of them—by calling in, writing in, texting, recording videos, giving interviews to television crews. A very large team then organized the questions into general themes and prepared the most representative and best-expressed ones to be presented. A fair number of questions were asked live, on screen.

Over 1,200 Minnesota Parents Are Suing to Shut Down Child Protective Services

by Carey Wedler, The Anti Media:

A group of parents in Minnesota called Stop CPS From Legally Kidnapping Children has filed a request in federal court to “shut down the state’s child protection services, stop serial abuse of families and overturn the unconstitutional laws by which the agency operates,” according to a press release published Tuesday.

The group, led by Dwight Mitchell, a father who says his son was illegally taken from him for 22 months, first filed a civil rights complaint in April, and this week they vocally publicized their call to shut down the child services agency, which they claim engages in systemic lying, withholding information, and fabricating evidence. They are asking the federal court to suspend the state’s agency from enforcing child protection laws, and according to a petition signed by almost 5,000 people, are also demanding changes to the laws themselves.

The Blood on Bergoglio’s Head – Argentina’s Ghosts

from Neon Revolt:

If you follow me on Gab, you may have an inkling what this story will be about, but I wanted to dedicate a full article to this, because frankly, this is so huge, so mind-blowing, it deserves it’s own article.

Those of us who follow Q know that the Pope Francis, born Jorge Mario Bergoglio, is not the religious leader he purports to be, but something else altogether – if for no other reason than because he’s serving worldly powers, and not the God he purports to serve.

John Mcafee Vows to ‘Serve The Crypto Community’ When He Runs for President in 2020


by RT, via Lew Rockwell:

Cybersecurity guru and cryptocurrency enthusiast John McAfee has announced plans to run for the US presidency in 2020 as part of a broader agenda to “best serve the crypto community.”

The founder of McAfee Antivirus Software said that he would set up his own political party if necessary, according to a tweet that was posted on Monday and has picked up over 750 comments and nearly 5,650 likes so far.

Real-Time Drone Surveillance System Is Being Programmed To Detect Violence

by Nicholas West, Activist Post:

Just a little over 10 years after drone surveillance inside U.S. borders was declared a conspiracy theory, it is now an indisputable fact of life.

This week, drone surveillance has taken a new step in its scope and is finally encountering widespread media exposure and a fair amount of pushback.

The “Eye in the Sky” system is being developed by Cambridge University, according to a new report at CNET, for which designers will use Parrot drones to identify “violent poses” in crowds. The system will be powered by biometric recognition and artificial intelligence, as seen in the video below:

“Junk In The Trunk” – Investors Get “Comfortable” With Subprime Auto Loan Bonds


by John Rubino, Dollar Collapse:

The longer an expansion lasts, the crappier its paper becomes.

That may seem like a baseless assertion, but it’s actually just simple math. Early in recoveries, borrowers and lenders are both shell-shocked by the last recession, so only high-quality deals get done. But as time passes, all the good borrowers get their loans and if banks want to keep the deals flowing, lower-quality borrowers must be found and financed. Eventually the deals become shockingly speculative and start blowing up en masse, bringing on the next downturn.

For a more sophisticated explanation of this process, see the work of the late/great Hyman Minsky, as described here: