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Foreign Relations As Bar Fight
2016-12-22, 17:29
Filed under: Feel | Tags: ,

Hey, you wanna hear a good joke?

The New York Times mongers some more war: Muted U.S. Response to China’s Seizure of Drone Worries Asian Allies.

It’s possible they don’t think that’s what they’re doing. Is it competition for clicks? Inability to get enough mental distance from the Washington “blob” that Obama has said he would like to change?

The assumptions behind the idea that a significant public response is necessary to real or imagined slight are the same as those behind bar fights. “You looking at me funny?” No slight can be allowed to pass without retribution. The veneer of a rationale is that a show of force is necessary to prevent future bad behavior. However, political science has shown again and again that states behave in their best interests, which usually have little to do with the behavior of others. Here’s one of many good articles on that subject.

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Cryptanalysis with Lisp
2016-12-08, 14:31
Filed under: QA | Tags: ,

Chris Kohlhepp's Blog

Today I would like to start the third article in a series on reasoning systems and declarative, executable specifications: GCHQ 2015 Crypto Puzzle Analysed. The material I prepared for this article on the 2015 GCHQ crypto puzzle was mothballed nearly a year ago now – and surely GCHQ will host a new puzzle this year. To date, I have not examined other people’s solution strategies as this would have spoiled the fun for me. I set out to solve this problem differently. I wanted to build a general solver, one that would not rely on the hints GCHQ so generously provided in the form of pre-filled parts of the puzzle, one that would work for other puzzles and which would demonstrate how problems with significant analytical complexity can be solved using functional programming techniques.

This is part 3 of a 3 part series. Part 1 is The Anatomy of a…

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Carlton Club Members – Westminster Paedophile Ring
2016-12-07, 16:18
Filed under: Uncategorized

goodnessandharmony

It’s noticeable how investigating football venues has become more acceptable than investigating Westminster.

AND the survivors of the football abusers are not being referred to as:

the usual crop of fantasists, revenge-seekers and money-chasers

Above quote from former MP Ann Widdecombe referring to those making claims against former prime minister Sir Ted Heath.


“The insurance companies, who spoke at the recent IICSA seminar with Alexis Jay, were all in agreement when they stated they do not believe people falsely claim to have been abused. (see pages 125 – 134 transcript day 1).”

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excerpt:

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Why was there virtually NO news coverage of this important IICSA seminar, despite numerous journalists being present?


Ann Widdecombe’s fellow Carlton Club member, Lord Lexden also referred to a survivor as a “fantasist”  and Lexden is a member of the Bishop George Bell Support Group

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PizzaGate
2016-12-06, 18:45
Filed under: True | Tags: ,

goodnessandharmony

Difficult to disassemble facts from conjecture in the pizza stories. However there is now an army of investigators on social media who are prodding at all and any info. That of itself raises awareness of the nature of the abuse rings – much like the football revelations are doing in the UK. If the elite thought that they could use this to turn off the tap – I personally think they have made a wrong call. It’s like the ‘post truth’ – ‘Fake’ news meme.

There are a wealth of new sites to explore and check out. Sure -they will attempt to close out alt media – but it won’t be 2mrw. So until then – the more dot joining the better. Eventually decent people power will rectify the current imbalance.


piegate-snip

Snopes caught Lying about Spirit Cooking.

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Tom Watson MP Deletes Tweet – Fr Tony McSweeney/Grafton Close/Richmond Council/Vaz
2016-12-06, 18:27
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4 Nov 2016 Deleted about 15 hours ago after over 1 year Why?   Truthseeker1 Retweeted   Tweets MPs Delete ‏@deletedbyMPs 14h14 hours ago DT tom_watson: RT ExaroNews: Tony McSweeney, who worked as p…

Source: Tom Watson MP Deletes Tweet – Fr Tony McSweeney/Grafton Close/Richmond Council/Vaz



Snopes caught Lying about Spirit Cooking.
2016-12-04, 12:00
Filed under: True | Tags: ,

Art is what people do.

Thought Uncommon

spirit-cooking

Not only am I somewhat of an expert on Ritual Magic and Altered States of Consciousness, I was personal friends with Lon Milo Duquette who holds high rank in the Ordo Templi Orientis (or the religion of Thelema).  Marina Abramovic is a Thelemite. Jay-Z who is campaigning for Hillary Clinton is a Thelemite. Thelema is the Religion started by Aleister Crowley who referred to himself as “the Beast” a reference to Satan.  Lon Milo Duquette once told me that Thelema is, in a way, a Religion for Artists.  Many Actors & Musicians are Secret Society members.  This is the reason so many of them have a Liberal Progressive bias and shun the Republican Party.  Snopes opens their entry by saying that reports are “Grossly Exaggerated” it continues to say that the report is false.  Not only are they NOT experts on the Occult or Ritual Magic we will see that many…

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