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Confessions of NWO Zionists – Update

My mind has kept going back to this video since I sent the post below, and although the quotes are all extraordinary, the one that yells at me is Paul Warburg from 1950. If you are unaware, he is the man who came to the United States in the early 1900s with the specific purpose of creating the Federal Reserve, a feat he fulfilled in 1913. Warburg went on to become the Fed’s first Chairman, which was during WWI and all whilst one of his brothers was the head of the German secret service – the supposed enemy. Had he been a commoner, in such circumstances he would likely have been in prison. But not a Zionist banker.

And if you have not watched the video below and listened to what Warburg had to say later in his life – February 17th, 1950 in testimony to the US Senate.

And some of you want to argue the Fed is benign? Spare me. Read Eustace Mullins on the Fed’s creation. Or Henry Ford or James Perloff’s “Truth is a Lonely Warrior”.

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One of the things I felt was key in Henry Ford’s “The International Jew” from 1920-2 was the he relied entirely upon the quotes of Zionists for his evidence. He didn’t rely upon the views of opinions of the goyim. He let the Zionists hang themselves.

The same is true of this brief video. It contains a series of direct quotes of Zionists, including reference to where those quotes are documented. I share it in the remote chance that it might wake up a few more people to how our world works, and the future these people see for it. And it’s not pretty.

Bombshell Secret Documents Show Monsanto Knew About Glyphosate Link to Cancer Over 35 Years Ago

Thank you, Sean. I quote from this article:

In the bombshell video below, Samsel is interviewed by journalist Tony Mitra about what he found — shocking evidence that showed “significant incidences of cell tumors of the tests and tumor growth in multiple organs and tissues” in lab animals, for starters.

Other disturbing findings within these secret files include evidence that glyphosate enters bone marrow almost immediately, which prevents the formation of new cells in living organisms.

In fact, in every single instance, Samsel noticed a higher incidence of adenomas (benign tumors) and carcinomas (cancerous tumors that begin in outer tissues).

In other words according to Samsel, Monsanto knew that glyphosate caused cancer 35 years ago according to these files, and the truth is just now coming out.

End of quote.

I hope you are not surprised by this information.

I remember as a child that RoundUp (the primary Monsanto herbicide containing glyphosate) was labelled as being biodegradable. Everything was done by Monsanto that could be done to make RoundUp the default, trusted herbicide it is today. Except they lied on many, many levels. As I said, I hope you are not surprised. If you are, then welcome to the world you live in.

Confessions of NWO Zionists

One of the things I felt was key in Henry Ford’s “The International Jew” from 1920-2 was that he relied entirely upon the quotes of Zionists for his evidence. He didn’t rely upon the views of opinions of the goyim. He let the Zionists hang themselves.

The same is true of this brief video. It contains a series of direct quotes from Zionists, including reference to where those quotes are documented. I share it in the remote chance that it might wake up a few more people to how our world works, and the future these people see for it. And it’s not pretty.

Dangerous minds: Are maths teachers Australia’s newest threat?

Australian academics who teach mathematics may need to run new ideas by the Department of Defence before sharing them or risk imprisonment.

Some academics are set to become much more familiar with the department’s Defence Export Control Office (DECO), a unit that enforces the Defence Trade Control Act 2012, Australia’s end of a 2007 pact with the US and UK over defence trade.

Until recently, DECO only regulated physically exported weapons and so-called “dual use” items such as encryption, computing hardware and biological matter.

However in March the act was updated to include “intangible supply”, which is intended to prohibit the transfer of knowledge from Australia that could be used to produce weapons.

From November 2016 Australian academics could face a potential 10-year prison term for sending information overseas if their ideas fall within the Defence Strategic Goods List (DSGL). Put another way, they could be jailed for delivering online course material to foreign students or providing international peers with access to a server hosting that material.

Academics like Kevin Korb are nervous that “overly broad” definitions in the DSGL could land them in court for teaching cryptography, high performance computing, image and signals processing and a number of other fields.

To avoid penalty, researchers may need to report newly hatched lines of inquiry to DECO.

“You will be coming to us and we will be working with you,” a DECO officer recently explained to academics. “When your ideas aren’t necessarily that formed, it may be that we say to you, ‘Look, at the moment we don’t see any concern, come back to us at a further stage’.”

Defence said the new rules are necessary to stop the wrong technology falling into the hands of states or groups of proliferation concern.

“While the sensitive items are used for legitimate civilian research by Australian researchers, they can also be used for the proliferation of military, nuclear, chemical or biological weapons,” a Defence spokesperson told Fairfax Media.

Korb, an artificial intelligence researcher at Monash University’s Information Technology faculty, said the new restrictions will “suffocate” research.

“Researchers and students are already leaving or avoiding Australia,” he told Fairfax.

How risky are the technologies covered by DSGL? Monash University mathematics lecturer Daniel Mathews recently argued in The Conversation that DSGL definitions are loose enough to make teaching division a potential crime.

The list also includes very weak encryption – for example, 512-bit key length of the RSA algorithm, also known as “export grade encryption” due to long abandoned US restrictions on shipping software with strong encryption.

Don’t blame Defence for including weak encryption in DSGL though. Defence told Fairfax that Australia inherited its encryption specifications from the Wassenaar Arrangement, a pact between 41 nations to prevent the proliferation of weapons.

Under the 2007 treaty, Australia and the UK agreed to introduce rough equivalents of the US International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR). All three nations now restrict the intangible supply of controlled items and exempt “basic” research. But critics say the harshness of Australia’s law could trigger an exodus of academics.

“What is likely to happen is that Australia becomes isolated as the research and the researchers move elsewhere. No one wants to work somewhere where there’s totalitarian-like controls on thought,” renowned US cryptographer Bruce Schneier told Fairfax.

Schneier said Australia was out of sync with US regulations, which don’t come close to “potentially criminalising mathematics”.

Professor Alan Woodward, a UK-based security researcher at the University of Surry’s computing department had “qualified concerns” about Australia’s law.

“I would hope that the [Australian] authorities understand the ramifications if they do start to ask academic researchers to be licensed. That would not be a good idea in my opinion,” he told Fairfax.

“The UK’s Export Controls Law specifically exempts ordinary academic activity. The Australian law specifically includes both industrial and academic research, ordinary or otherwise,” said Korb.

The law may require Vanessa Teague, a research fellow at The University of Melbourne who has helped improve the security of NSW’s online voting system iVote, to seek a permit from DECO to continue her work.

Ahead of NSW’s March election Teague and a researcher at the University of Michigan discovered weaknesses in iVote that could allow an attacker, under certain conditions, to manipulate votes. The cause was an encryption bug known as “FREAK” that could be used to downgrade a secure connection to US “export grade encryption”.

“The exemption for ‘basic research’ doesn’t help because so much Australian cryptography research is applied,” said Teague.

Korb also noted that unlike the UK, Australia’s law doesn’t consider the end-use of a technology – for example, if it is to be used in a weapon of mass destruction.

A Defence spokesperson told Fairfax the exemptions were the result of a two-year consultation with industry and academia overseen by Ian Chubb, Australia’s chief scientist.

One of its main achievements is that academics don’t require a permit to publish research about dual use goods on the DSGL, though the Defence Minister is still able to prohibit publication and any academics who were to breach that would face criminal charges.

“Australia only exempts ordinary publication, not ordinary participation. The amendments brought by Ian Chubb are well-intentioned misfires,” said Korb.

End of quote.

As the layers get piled on, it’s difficult to remember that the entire terrorism threat is a false creation, just like the Cold War of the 50’s and 60’s. When the media and politicians, not to mention the military and police, act like it’s real, it’s hard for the public to imagine otherwise.

Most people have no idea how the world works behind the scenes. They haven’t read the true history and they don’t want to look.

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