Thursday, October 22, 2020


Seeking Meaning,

  It can be really hard to know what is actually important in life. We get bombarded with advertising, which is made by experts in human psychology, and we feel like things they show us are important. We talk to other people, and they feel like it's important, but we might not agree on whether it's good or bad, because it might look good or bad for us, but different for them.
  Also, some things are so big and vast, that it is hard to comprehend what the implications are for us, and hard to see what role we might even   play. We're just swept along, like everybody else. Global warming, 9/11 and the Kennedy assassinations can be like that.
  Peak oil? Did it happen already? What're you calling "oil", anyway? 
What about well-water. T. Boone Pickens called water "the new oil". What did he mean?
  Is it against God to say that exponential growth on a finite planet is ending because of math? Which god? 
  Could you live a good life without electricity and running water? How much of your own food have you tried growing? How does it make you feel to grow your food? Do other animals take it before it's ready?
  If you died today would you be satisfied.
  Yeah, I know. I'm looking at the US Presidential Election circus, too. 
We all feel frozen in anticipation. 
Whatever I can do is my own damned responsibility to do, whatever group of overlords owns my body in January. 
I own my life.

​  ​Former Hunter Biden business partner Tony Bobulinski has confirmed that an email published in the New York Post's  bombshell expos√© is indeed genuine - something the Biden camp hasn't disputed, and that the "Big Guy" described in one of those emails is none other than Joe Biden himself. Bobulinski also says Joe Biden was lying when he said he and Hunter never discussed business dealings.
​ "My name is Tony Bobulinski. The facts set forth below are true and accurate; they are not any form of domestic or foreign disinformation. Any suggestion to the contrary is false and offensive. I am the recipient of the email published seven days ago by the New York Post, which showed a copy to Hunter Biden and Rob Walker. That email is genuine.' -New York Post
​  ​Bobulinski issued the statement late Wednesday, affirming that, contrary to Joe Biden's claims that he never discussed business dealings with Hunter, the former Veep actually profited from his son's dealings, which were undertaken with the full support of the Biden family.
Bobulinski claims cash and equity positions and 10% stakes in dealings were set aside for "the big guy," - aka Joe Biden.

  The New York Post published several documents showing the subpoena and 'Request for Property' forms from the FBI. Now, Fox News is reporting that the FBI seized the laptop for its connection with a money laundering investigation in late 2019...
  The document has a "Case ID" section, which is filled in with a hand-written number: 272D-BA-3065729.  
  Citing its official sources, Fox News explains that "272" is the bureau classification number for 'money laundering'. while '272D' refers specifically to "Money Laundering, Unknown SUA [Specified Unlawful Activity]—White Collar Crime Program." One official described the 'D' designation as meaning "transnational or blanket" crime.
  "BA" means the report was filed at the Baltimore field office, which has jurisdiction in Wilmington, where the subpoena was carried out.

Rudy Giuliani , recently tagged by Sacha Baron Cohen, tucking in his shirt while lying down with a pretty girl watching, has this to say about Hunter's laptop images:
​  ​"What we found were a number of photographs that troubled us greatly. They troubled us greatly because there were photographs of underage girls. The underage girls were dressed in a very provocative way... very little bikinis, and poses, that were sexually provocative.
​  ​That was troubling in and of itself, but then there was one that was straight out-and-out child pornography. Just straight - I mean, as [Justice] Potter Stewart once described pornography as 'you can't define it, but you know it when you see it.'
Well, you know this when you see it.
​  ​We also knew what our obligations were because Bernie [Kerik, a senior VP at Giuliani Partners and former interim Interior Minister of Iraq after Operation Iraqi Freedom] had been a policeman, and I had been an assistant US Attorney and a Mayor. As a public official, had I seen that, I'd have to report it. I'd be a mandatory reporter as are medical people. When you see child pornography, or you see evidence that we also saw in the text messages and emails of an unsafe environment for the children.
​  ​Considerably unsafe environment for the children. Again, I will not go into detail as to why. That's for the Delaware police.

The Senate Judiciary Committee has voted to authorize subpoenas for Facebook and Twitter CEOs, Mark Zuckerberg and Jack Dorsey, to compel testimony over their companies’ censorship and suppression of the notorious New York Post article about Joe Biden’s son.

​Certainly not HERE, though...​
Human Rights Watchdog Says Governments Using Pandemic To Crack Down On Online Dissent
​  ​Washington-based Freedom House said dozens of countries have cited CV as a means “to justify expanded surveillance powers and the deployment of new technologies that were once seen as too intrusive.” They added that it marks the 10th consecutive annual decline in internet freedom​...

​  ​Peter Greenberger, a former Twitter and Google executive, is calling for the social media accounts of President Donald Trump to be shutdown for the remainder of the election.​..​  
 ​  ​CNN considered Greenberger’s proposal credible enough to give him an entire segment with Jake Tapper who observed that the suggestion is pretty “extreme.” Greenberger however did not flinch in calling for censorship of political speech:
​  ​“I agree, it is, and extreme times demand extreme suggestions. I did not come to this opinion lightly. I believe that the tech companies, generally, have a responsibility to be neutral. I think in the case of Twitter specifically, it’s been a great champion of the democratization of information as well as a strong supporter of freedom of expression. However, we are in a unique, and, I believe, a fraught moment in time with a president who is desperate and he’s facing a very difficult situation. I think the time is to mute the president, temporarily, while votes are being cast right now and until the winner is decided.”

​There is a globalist battle for control of information technology standards, platforms and government back doors. 
We are the product being sold, again. This will continue. What can ever stop it? 
What is the inevitable end point, the reductio ad absurdum? 
The cloud knows everything about us, but we are helpless to take any action at all? Irrelevant?​ 
Red pill? Blue pill? Xanax and Oxycontin?

The ​​Senate Judiciary Committee has voted 12-0 (every Republican on the panel supported her nomination and no Democratic senator voted) to advance Amy Coney Barrett's nomination for the Supreme Court, despite the 'boycott' by all committee Democrats​.​

​Thinking independently ​ 

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