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Squidpup 7 points ago +7 / -0

who is that even supposed to be? Crenshaw in 30 years? Biden as a bearded pirate? They are accepting that "he is Brandon"?

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Squidpup 3 points ago +3 / -0

"General Flynn is building a fusion center, and there are 5 or 6 others"

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Squidpup 3 points ago +3 / -0

"Kari Lake win was a stake in the heart of McCain Mafia"

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Squidpup 4 points ago +4 / -0

"We were being screwed by a foreign power and our government allowed it"

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Squidpup 3 points ago +3 / -0

Trump calls the priest’s book The “Wonderful” Butterfly, but the actual title is The “Wounded” Butterfly.

ergo... Comms?

Q posted “What a wonderful day” in about a dozen posts - of note: 3 regarding James Baker testimony (2323, 2324, 2326); 1 dealing with Midterms (2288); 1 dealing with emergency alert (2320); a few dealing with MSM propaganda; 1 with a weird close up picture (1564); 3 dealing with Google, Eric Schmidt, Mueller probe, Gmail drafts (1504, 1522, 1546). Q713 mentions Seals are wonderful creatures; Q276 “WONDERFUL friends”

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Squidpup 2 points ago +2 / -0

..."With this sort of “simulated society” stored in some digital realm, inside an exascale computer with zettabytes of storage —one could model all sorts of potential future scenarios—political or otherwise—and try to forecast and predict how things will likely progress by studying the interactions of the “virtual clones” of a large number of people in advance of the real-world scenario.

If such a model were constructed, “they” would already know what the most probable outcome of some event might be.

It has been said recently that we all “live in a simulation”. The intent behind that statement is usually something completely different than what I’m getting at here; it comes from some radical ideas about theoretical physics, about whether the Universe is “real” or is the product of some “simulated game” run by an advanced intelligence.

But now you can start to imagine how “societal level simulations” might be possible. Another kind of “simulation” with troubling implications.

If I were thinking fancifully, I might come up with a clever name for something like this: A Looking Glass. A way to “forecast” the future by modeling every human on earth digitally, using the information they save in their phones, and predicting how they will behave.

Is this what they really do with all that data and raw supercomputing power at the NSA Utah facility? Who knows—but do you think it is in your best interests NOT to know what they are doing with exascale supercomputers and 5 zettabytes of storage capacity?

Do you really think that those who do these things—all around the world these days— act purely out of concern for your well-being or safety?

The political events of the past 5 years should completely obliterate that naive thinking.

Time for a Great Awakening."

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Squidpup 11 points ago +11 / -0

Just read both - thanks for your contribution. Good analysis. Trying to think if there are any good alternatives to Bezos, and cant think of any really.

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Squidpup 0 points ago +1 / -1

And look at the battery charge level on the screen grab of the aircraft list. Yep = 17%

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Squidpup 5 points ago +5 / -0

There aren't many real differences between International and Domestic affairs - they are mostly very interrelated. Trump certainly understands this. Seems like a false story.

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Squidpup 2 points ago +2 / -0

Read through No. 17 (kek) by Julian Assange. Dude is a brilliant researcher and writer.

" Nobody wants to acknowledge that Google has grown big and bad. But it has. Schmidt’s tenure as CEO saw Google integrate with the shadiest of US power structures as it expanded into a geographically invasive megacorporation. But Google has always been comfortable with this proximity. Long before company founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin hired Schmidt in 2001, their initial research upon which Google was based had been partly funded by the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA).48 And even as Schmidt’s Google developed an image as the overly friendly giant of global tech, it was building a close relationship with the intelligence community."

Ties right in with Q drops regarding "ES".

Thanks AD -as always, you are overdelivering and underappreciated!

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