1. Current structure has been highly reinforced by a debt based monetary model that is also hierarchical its design. There was little choice other than building it with an apex that acts like a light to months in what it attracts. a fairy dangerous place. It’s rank with temptation.

    It has managed to engineer a fully free floating price model that’s used in the marketplace on the “other end” of it, however.

    We are now marching forward with the use of fully free floating prices within eCommerce for the sake of completing debt-free transactions and sustainable real economic growth looks highly feasible on the basis of market cooperation.

    As we add “the monetary Yang to the Yin” , balance and symbiosis will reveal a far “rounder world” where the classical apex has been weaned out.

    The road to providence is long and we have never been able to pour new wine into an old wineskin. No surprise there for me. Better days ahead if we choose them and have faith ! Greater things, we will do !


  2. The United States intelligence community funded, nurtured and incubated Google as part of a drive to dominate the world through control of information. Seed-funded by the NSA and CIA, Google was merely the first among a plethora of private sector start-ups co-opted by US intelligence to retain ‘information superiority.’

    The origins of this ingenious strategy trace back to a secret Pentagon-sponsored group, that for the last two decades has functioned as a bridge between the US government and elites across the business, industry, finance, corporate, and media sectors. The group has allowed some of the most powerful special interests in corporate America to systematically circumvent democratic accountability and the rule of law to influence government policies, as well as public opinion in the US and around the world. The results have been catastrophic: NSA mass surveillance, a permanent state of global war, and a new initiative to transform the US military into Skynet.

    Here, INSURGE INTELLIGENCE exposes how the Pentagon Highlands Forum’s co-optation of tech giants like Google to pursue mass surveillance, has played a key role in secret efforts to manipulate the media as part of an information war against the American government, the American people, and the rest of the world: to justify endless war, and ceaseless military expansionism.

    The war machine

    In September 2013, the website of the Montery Institute for International Studies’ Cyber Security Initiative (MIIS CySec) posted a final version of a paper on ‘cyber-deterrence’ by CIA consultant Jeffrey Cooper, vice president of the US defense contractor SAIC and a founding member of the Pentagon’s Highlands Forum. The paper was presented to then NSA director Gen. Keith Alexander at a Highlands Forum session titled ‘Cyber Commons, Engagement and Deterrence’ in 2010.

    MIIS CySec is formally partnered with the Pentagon’s Highlands Forum through an MoU signed between the provost and Forum president Richard O’Neill, while the initiative itself is funded by George C. Lee: the Goldman Sachs executive who led the billion dollar valuations of Facebook, Google, eBay, and other tech companies.


  3. “autocratic power structure that insists truth resides in our collective subservience to a strict monochromatic hierarchy”

    Easy for you to say.

    What else is new?

    Welcome to Stupid-Old-Fartville, where the motto is:

    Don’t walk.

    1. RE: Don’t walk. Worship.
      Let’s be a little more specific “Worship $$$.”

      Cult of Capitalism
      Greed is Good
      Greed is GOD

      1. Actually, the worshipers of the Almighty Dollar, and the morons filling the church parking lots, are all part of the same stupid-old-fartville mindset, driving everywhere, rather than traveling by foot, bicycle or some less accelerated mode. Stupid-old-fartville is all the morons who don’t get that slow is beautiful. It’s all the rocket scientists who think autonomous/electric vehicles are a solution rather than a problem, not just the uber capitalists.

      2. The dollar worshippers would be wise to learn how the dollar works most efficiently in support of debt-free trades. We all would.

  4. Google and, well, here ya go: Denmark’s secret service helped the US spy on European politicians including German Chancellor Angela Merkel from 2012 to 2014, Danish media say.

    The Defence Intelligence Service (FE) collaborated with the US National Security Agency (NSA) to gather information, according to Danish public service broadcaster DR.

    Intelligence was allegedly collected on other officials from Germany, France, Sweden and Norway.

    Similar allegations emerged in 2013.

    Then, secrets leaked by US whistleblower Edward Snowden alleged tapping of the German chancellor’s phone by the NSA.

    When those allegations were made, the White House gave no outright denial but said Mrs Merkel’s phone was not being bugged at the time and would not be in future.

  5. Watch what you post, say, think, dream of, fear, pursue:

    Anti-imperialist commentator Richard Medhurst reports that Instagram has deleted some 20 images from his account and given him a warning that he could face a permanent ban if he continues making similar posts. The posts in question are screenshots from a Twitter thread Medhurst made to commemorate the two-year anniversary of the Trump administration’s assassination of renowned Iranian military leader Qasem Soleimani.

    Go ahead and read the thread; here’s the hyperlink again. There’s nothing in there that comes anywhere remotely close to violating Instagram’s terms of service as they are written; Medhurst condemns the assassination and the bogus justifications provided for it, and discusses Soleimani’s crucial role in the fight against ISIS and Al Qaeda.

    The reason for Instagram’s censorship of Medhurst’s political speech is that Instagram’s parent company Meta (then called Facebook) determined after Soleimani’s assassination that anything which seems supportive of him constitutes a violation of U.S. sanctions and must therefore be removed.

    In 2019 the Trump administration designated Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) as a foreign terrorist organization, which was as hypocritical and arbitrary as any other government designating any other branch of another government’s military a terrorist organization.

    Despite this completely baseless designation, both the Meta-owned social media platforms Facebook and Instagram have been actively censoring political speech about Soleimani, who was the commander of the IRGC’s Quds Force when he was assassinated. Medhurst reports that he has been censored on Instagram under the same justification for posting about Hamas as well.


  6. For example, incahoots with Big Brother:


    In what’s surely the biggest “Imagine the outrage if Trump had done that” moment to date, the Biden administration has admitted that it is giving Facebook a list of accounts to censor for spreading “disinformation” about the Covid-19 response.

    “We’ve increased disinformation research and tracking,” Press Secretary Jen Psaki told the press on Thursday. “Within the Surgeon General’s Office, we’re flagging problematic posts for Facebook that spread disinformation. We’re working with doctors and medical professionals to connect medical experts with people, who are popular with their audiences with accurate information and boost trusted content. So, we’re helping get trusted content out there.”

    Psaki told the White House press corps that the administration has a list of accounts who produce most of the anti-vaccine information on Facebook, which civil libertarians are decrying as an obviously authoritarian government overreach.

    “The Biden administration is telling Facebook which posts it regards as ‘problematic’ so that Facebook can remove them,” Glenn Greenwald said on Twitter in response to the news. “This is the union of corporate and state power — one of the classic hallmarks of fascism — that the people who spent five years babbling about fascism support.”

    “If you don’t find it deeply disturbing that the White House is ‘flagging’ internet content that they deem ‘problematic’ to their Facebook allies for removal, then you are definitionally an authoritarian,” Greenwald said. “No other information is needed about you to know that. There is no circumstance — none — in which it’s acceptable for the White House or any other agency of the government to be providing lists to Facebook of ‘problematic’ content it wants removed, yet that’s exactly what Psaki says they’re doing. The White House is admitting that they’re compiling lists of people who they claim are posting content they regard as ‘problematic’ and that constitute ‘misinformation’ and are demanding Facebook remove them. This is authoritarianism.”

  7. Don’t you love information platforms curated by critics of power structures who surrender our freedom to collective subservience in a biodigital security state overseen by the same ruling interests they claim to oppose?

  8. The ‘meaning’ (a noun) of course doesn’t come from information.
    It comes from doing.
    Being, loving and laughing (verbs).

    1. Here’s how meaning is rammed down throats. Work from home and take what we Techfascists give you: “The office is closing. 3 million jobs went permanently remote in past 3 months”. Imagine that. Oh, there’s no hidden agenda. Right.

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