Tuning Up the Silk Road

During the weekend of May 14-16, 2017, world leaders who have set their sights on a brilliant multi-polar future gathered in Beijing. Once again, Xi and Putin have transparently told us exactly what they are planning to do. And, once again, I will be spending the next week answering the same old question from my neighbors: a road made out of silk? (Sigh.) Read Putin’s and Xi’s own words here.

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Computer held hostage by WannaCry

Was WannaCry Worth It?

Don’t you just hate it when the NSA keeps things to themselves? And then somebody finds out about it and turns that secret into an ugly prank? Who’s to blame: the hackers, the government, Microsoft, or hapless computer users who just didn’t feel motivated to plod through those annoying software updates? Read on to find out how the WannaCry brush fire got extinguished last weekend accidentally.

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Kingdom of Crime

Sixty years ago, Congressman Keating warned that the breakdown of the Department of Justice would be one of the first signs of a totalitarian coup having taken place. Financial fraud researcher John Titus has taken great pains to explain how such a coup d’etat is already in progress within the United States. It’s almost too coincidental that his words are ringing in our ears even as we sit and watch the farce that is FBI Director Comey and whatever is the latest distractionary scandal du jour to be paraded in front of the sheeple.

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Lipstick on Genocide

Catherine Austin Fitts sat down with Dark Journalist to enlighten us on the role that Goldman Sachs stooge Dina Habib Powell now plays in the President’s war room. She also explains how the evidence of a functioning off-planet civilization is hidden in plain sight within the balance sheets.

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Gaming the War Gamers

At what point do predictive algorithms evolve the power of creation and manipulation? Kurzweil says digital consciousness will be achieved by the year 2029. Or is it happening already? Does that explain the “insane” executive actions from the Oval Office?

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Waging Peace in Hamburg

Part One of Two: Robert David Steele speaks from Norway, March 2017. His thoughts include the attempted derailment of of Trump’s administration, the move to be made by Wall Street to crash the U.S. economy in Summer 2017, the opportunity for Trump and Putin to declare peace, also in the Summer 2017, and last but not least, the wave of truth bombs about to explode within #Pedogate.

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