Archive for August 2015

Keshe’s amazing plasma technology behind Israeli attempts to derail the Iran nuclear agreement

This fascinating article by Gordon Duff says that part of the nuclear deal with Iran is the transfer of details of Mehran Keshe’s technology, presumably as it has been implemented by Iran, to the United States, and Israel and those who represent their interests are intent on stopping it. This makes perfect sense to me.

I have written extensively about Keshe’s technology and that Iran (his homeland) has been working with it for several years and demonstrated its capability by capturing a state of the art CIA drone by plucking it out of the air unharmed in December 2011 and they repeated the exercise a year later with a more mundane American drone. Further, the United States became a signatory to gain access to the Keshe technology on the day that Obama was re-elected. So, if Gordon’s story is accurate, which I believe it to be, then this agreement is about access to Iran’s implementation and know how surrounding the Keshe technology, not access to the technology itself.

So, this does make me wonder what somebody apparently stealing the technology from the Keshe Foundation could do, since Keshe makes his technology available to everyone.

In simple terms, the Keshe technology has the ability to transform life as we know it and also how we understand it. For example, Einstein persuaded us that the speed of light is the fastest thing around, whereas Keshe says it’s pretty slow in the scheme of things, and that light is not what we take it to be…

As I’ve said before, we live in interesting times. I commend Gordon’s article to you.

A detailed description of Skull & Bones

This article, taken from Christopher Story’s “The New Underworld Order”, provides a detailed description and context for the Yale Secret Society called Skull & Bones that provides most political, core business and “intelligence” leaders in the United States.

Did I mention it is satanic? Must be a coincidence.

Pennsylvania to Become First State to Use “Pre-crime” Statistics in Criminal Sentencing

Innocent until… what???

Criminal sentencing has long been based on the present crime and, sometimes, the defendant’s past criminal record. In Pennsylvania, judges could soon consider a new dimension: the future.

Pennsylvania is on the verge of becoming one of the first states in the country to base criminal sentences not only on what crimes people have been convicted of, but also on whether they are deemed likely to commit additional crimes. As early as next year, judges there could receive statistically derived tools known as risk assessments to help them decide how much prison time — if any — to assign.

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More from the predictive movie “Minority Report”. Worth a look if you haven’t seen it.

Heavily-armed white men patrol Ferguson, ‘ready to confront authorities’

The notion of an armed and well trained civilian militia, committed to “Protect and Defend” is growing in the US, and they were very visible during the anniversary of the Ferguson riots.

Gang of Transnational Crime Organizations Roll Out Own Encrypted Communication System

A different perspective on the banks:

When Michael Chertoff made the case against back doors, he noted that if the government moved to require back doors, it would leave just the bad guys with encrypted communications.

“The second thing is that the really bad people are going to find apps and tools that are going to allow them to encrypt everything without a back door. These apps are multiplying all the time. The idea that you’re going to be able to stop this, particularly given the global environment, I think is a pipe dream. So what would wind up happening is people who are legitimate actors will be taking somewhat less secure communications and the bad guys will still not be able to be decrypted.”

I doubt he had the Transnational Crime Organizations on Wall Street in mind when he talked about the bad guys “still not be able to be decrypted.”

But HSBC, JP Morgan Chase, Citi, Deutsche Bank, Goldman Sachs and the other big banks supporting Symphony Communications — a secure cloud based communications system about to roll out — are surely among the world’s most hard-core recidivists, and their crime does untold amount of damage to ordinary people around the globe.

Which is why I’m so amused that Elizabeth Warren has made a stink about the imminent rollout of Symphony and whether it will affect banks’ ability to evade what scant law enforcement might be thrown their way.

“I have  concerns about how the biggest banks use of this new communications tool will impact compliance and enforcement by the Department of Justice [Warren sent versions of the letter to 6 regulators] at the federal level.

My concerns are exacerbated by Symphony’s publicly available descriptions of the new communications system, which appear to put companies on notice — with a wink and a nod — that they can use Symphony to reduce compliance and enforcement concerns. Symphony claims that “[i]n the past, communication tools designed for the financial services sector were limited in reach and effectiveness by strict regulatory compliance … We’re changing the communications paradigm” The company’s website boasts that it has special tools to “prevent government spying,” and “there are no backdoors,” and that “Symphony has designed a specific set of procedures to guarantee that data deletion is permanent.”

Warren is right to be concerned. These are serial conspiracists on a global scale, and (as Warren notes elsewhere) they’ve only been caught — to the extent that hand slaps count as being caught — when DOJ found the chat rooms in which they’ve colluded.

That said, the banks, too, have real reason to be concerned. The stated reason they give for pushing this project is Bloomberg’s spying on them — when they were using Bloomberg chat — for reporting reasons, which was revealed two years ago. The reference to government spying goes beyond US adversaries, though I’m sure both real adversaries, like China, and competitors, like the EU, are keeping watch on the banks to the extent they can. But the US has spied on the banks, too. As the spy agency did with Google, the NSA spied on SWIFT even though it also had a legal means to get that data. I wouldn’t be surprised if the rise in bank sanctions violations in recent years stemmed from completely necessary spying if you’re going to impose sanctions, but spying that would compromise the banks, too. Remember, too, that the Treasury Department has, at least as of recently, never complied with EO 12333’s requirement for minimization procedures to protect US persons, which would include banks.

End of quote. I commend the rest of the article to you.

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