Monday, November 14, 2022

Bankman And Robbing


  There is a lot of catching-up to do on world events, and it's not really possible, but there are high points. The world is going through an economic, political, financial restructuring, due to fundamental changes in economic factors, like the decline of cheap energy, the end of exponential growth about 4 years ago, the worsening mismatch between real-economic-wealth and notional-wealth, and the viciousness and ruthlessness which elite "owners" historically exhibit when the changes in economic reality threaten their "ownership". They will readily sacrifice each other, and any number of non-owners, to maintain their own power in the system.
  Sometimes desperate moves pay off, but sometimes they face-flop. History has a side it will prefer, which is the side that is generally more practical and efficient, but having a stockpile of necessities and weapons sometimes prevails in the shorter term. The western empire has quashed the non-aligned movement in the 1960s, but may be too short of supplies and too inept, and the current threats are major powers, increasingly being joined by everybody-else.

This is a good start to the big power-struggle picture. 
Tens of Billions of US Dollars Were Transferred to Ukraine and then Using FTX Crypto Currency the Funds Were Laundered Back to Democrats in US​  ​  We have information that the tens of billions of dollars going to Ukraine were actually laundered back to the US to corrupt Democrats and elites using FTX cryptocurrency.  Now the money is gone and FTX is bankrupt. 
Sam Bankman-Fried is Biden’s second biggest donor.​..
​..​Bankman-Fried allegedly moved $10 billion in client assets from his crypto exchange to his trading firm Alameda Research, and a liquidity crisis at his  exchange which prompted the company to file for bankruptcy. However, prior to the agency’s probe, Bankman-Fried aggressively courted the CFTC – and funded several key lawmakers charged with overseeing the agency, pouring cash into their campaign coffers.

​Same story:
Ukraine invested into FTX as the Biden administration funneled funds to the invaded nation, and FTX then made massive donations to Democrats in the US.

"Second Smartest Guy In The World" summarizes:
​  ​I have been warning for a long time now to stay the hell away from all centralized exchanges, and never ever leave your wealth parked with them. If your blockchain assets are not decentralized and not held by you, then you are missing the entire point and purpose of crypto.
​  ​How allegedly sophisticated hedge funds and investors at this stage of the game keep falling for these centralized crypto scams is truly baffling.
​  ​However, what is not surprising in the least is that the Democrat party is one giant grifting operation along with their totally illegitimate Federal government waging a full spectrum soft war on We the People.
​  ​One day it’s the DEATHVAX™, another day it’s a gargantuan crypto scam.
​  ​These people want you broke and dead.
​  ​Do NOT comply.

​Nine housemates who reportedly "dated" each other, ran the whole multi-billion dollar show.
​  ​“The whole operation was run by a gang of kids in the Bahamas,” a person familiar with the matter told CoinDesk on the condition of anonymity.
Among his nine housemates are FTX co-founder and Chief Technology Officer Gary Wang, FTX Director of Engineering Nishad Singh and Ellison of Alameda, Bankman-Fried’s trading business that’s at the center of the current chaos and on which the Wall Street Journal reported got $10 billion of FTX customer money. The remaining six are also FTX employees.
“Gary, Nishad and Sam control the code, the exchange's matching engine and funds,” the first person familiar with the matter said. “If they moved them around or input their own numbers, I'm not sure who would notice."
A third person familiar with how the company operated said: “They’ll do anything for each other.”

​  ​FTX had two products. It created a brand-new cryptocurrency, called “FTT,” created a cryptocurrency exchange (like the stock market), and traded in “cryptocurrency derivatives,” a highly-complicated type of investment that almost nobody understands. Very few people understand cryptocurrency either. So it was an inscrutable product multiplied by an incomprehensible investment vehicle.​..
​..What we know for sure is that Sam went from being an unread but politically-connected zero in May 2019 to a billionaire in a few months, just in time to donate a metric ton of politico-bucks and help Biden (and other democrats) win the 2020 election.​..
​..​Somehow, FTX’s reported revenues grew by 1,000% to $1.02 billion in 2021, from just $89 million in 2020 and of course, $0 in 2018. By the time it filed bankruptcy last week, FTX had over 1 million customers..

​  ​According to Washington insiders I spoke with, the reason behind SBF’s decision this summer to obtain control over BlockFi was to benefit from the troubled crypto lender’s recent settlement with the SEC—basically extending the amnesty BlockFi had received to FTX. Meanwhile, FTX’s recent tie-up with securities exchange IEX (of Flash Boys fame) would also help SBF’s empire come under the U.S. regulatory umbrella. All of this would clear FTX to have the U.S. market to itself...
​..Gensler, a former campaign finance chair for Hillary Clinton, is of course not the only prominent Democrat who may have been willing to flex his influence on behalf of FTX. SBF, you may recall, was one of the biggest donors to President Joe Biden, while his parents—both Stanford law professors—have ties to the party. His mother, Barbara Fried, leads a group called Mind the Gap that helps raise Silicon Valley cash for Democrats, while his father, Joseph Bankman, drafted tax legislation for the powerful Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass).

​  Ballots vs. Votes, differing strategies for electoral victory... (The Republican party has also excelled at vote rigging in the fairly recent past.)
​  As the political discussion centers on the 2022 wins and losses from the midterm election, one thing that stands out in similarity to the 2020 general election is the difference between ballots and votes.  It appears in some states this is the ‘new normal.’
  Where votes were the focus, the Biden administration suffered losses.  Where ballots were the focus, the Biden administration won.

  Tessa (fights robots) Lena, talks to Charles Eisenstein about human society, forms of corruption, and aspects of consciousness, individual and collective.
Conspiracy, Mob Morality, and Amnesty: A Conversation with Charles Eisenstein

America's ‘Ministry of Truth’ hasn't gone away: Official Washington didn't abandon its plan to control social networks
Leaked documents reveal the ‘paused’ ‘Disinformation Governance Board’’ is back online
​..​A report produced by the Agency’s advisory committee in June this year is among the leaked papers. It declares that CISA “is positioned to play a unique and productive role in helping address the challenges” of “disinformation.”
​  ​Noting that the internet and “in particular social media platforms” have disrupted the role of “traditional ‘gatekeepers’ in the dissemination of information,” the report advises that CISA approach the disinformation “problem” with “the entire information ecosystem in view.” This would include patrolling and regulating “social media platforms of all sizes, mainstream media, cable news, hyper partisan media, talk radio, and other online resources,” and effectively controlling their content.

Pfizer Works to Fast-Track More Vaccines for Pregnant Moms, Despite Mounting Evidence Rushed COVID Shots Harmed Babies
​  ​As Pfizer, with the FDA’s help, tees itself up to “dominat[e] the maternal RSV vaccine market,” OB-GYNs on the front lines of maternal care are stepping forth to sound the alarm about the COVID-19 shots’ infanticidal fallout.
​  ​Dr. Kimberly Biss recently tweeted, “Since the vaccine rollout started, we have seen in our practice a decrease in new OB numbers, which would be infertility, by about 50%; we’ve also seen an increase in miscarriage rate by about 50%, and … probably about a 25% increase in abnormal pap smears as well as cervical malignancies.”...
..Asked to comment on information recently leaked from a California hospital, Thorp characterized the uptick in fetal deaths — from under 6 per 1,000 in 2020 to more than 29 per 1,000 following the rollout of COVID-19 injections — as being “way way beyond” what the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention ordinarily would consider a safety signal...
​..​Cataloging significant increases in “miscarriage, fetal chromosomal abnormalities, fetal malformation, fetal cystic hygroma, fetal cardiac disorders, fetal arrhythmia, fetal cardiac arrest, fetal vascular mal-perfusion, fetal growth abnormalities, fetal abnormal surveillance, fetal placental thrombosis, low amniotic fluid, and fetal death/stillbirth” and also menstrual abnormalities, Thorp and co-authors called for a “worldwide moratorium on the use of COVID-19 vaccines in pregnancy.”
​  ​For children who survive, Thorp suggested they may suffer from lifelong “vaccine-induced acquired immune deficiency syndrome.”
​  In Scotland, meanwhile, the government ordered an investigation into the “spike in newborn baby deaths” in 2021 and 2022, an increase “larger than expected from chance alone.”

​Jessica Rose Ph.D.  ​What's going on with births down under in Australia?

Igor Chudov , Association Between Vaccines and EXCESS MORTALITY Getting Stronger
We can see that both vaccination rates (number of fully vaccinated people per 100), as well as booster doses administered per 100 persons, are VERY STRONGLY ASSOCIATED WITH EXCESS MORTALITY.​..
..During weeks 20-44, both vaccination and booster rates explain NEARLY HALF of excess mortality variation (49% for both). That’s a lot greater explanatory power!
​  ​This means that over time, the strength of the association between excess mortality and vaccination is INCREASING!

​Excess mortality jumps in young and healthy people correlate highly with COVID vaccines and boosters in Denmark, England and Wales.​
'Something Horrible Is Going On': The Longer They Ignore It, the More Criminal It Is

​Peter McGullough MD, SARS-CoV-2 Spike Protein Found in the Human Nucleus
In a recent paper by Sattar et al, in collaboration with the National Institutes of Health (NIH), it was discovered that both mRNA and Spike protein colocalized within the nucleus of human cells...
​..​Having both one of the most pathogenic and lethal proteins ever discovered found within the nucleus of human cells with its genetic code is a hair-raising discovery.  A prior paper by Singh and Singh demonstrated Spike protein models anticipate an interaction with tumor suppressor genes P53 and BRCA1.[ii]  Sattar now says this could indeed happen!  Thus, Spike protein is at the scene of a crime—oncogenesis or the failure of immune surveillance against nascent cancer cells.  Seneff et al have predicted that the Spike protein may be related to cell senescence and autophagy.[iii] This means more rapid aging of cells and then programmed cell death.

​  Paul Marik MD, whose early treatment protocols kept people out of hospitals, and saved their lives in hospitals, was forbidden to treat in his hospital, despite having twice the survival rate in his patients, then he was stripped of his professorship and medical privileges, for being politically-incorrect. 
​  "This system was effectively preventing me from treating my patients according to my best clinical judgement. …  As a clinician for the first time in my entire career, I could not be a doctor. I could not treat patients. I had seven Covid patients [he holds up his hands showing seven digits] including a 31-year-old woman. I was not allowed to treat these people. I had to stand by idly [he clenches and raises his fists with anguish and begins to weep]. I had to stand by idly, watching these people die."

  On the Russian army leaving Kherson, withdrawing to the side of the river they control, and blowing the bridges behind them. It's the opposite of what Hitler ordered the (completely doomed) German Army 6th Corps to do when the Russians were about to surround them outside Stalingrad.
​  ​In this way, the withdrawal from Kherson can be seen as a sort of anti-Stalingrad. Instead of political interference hamstringing the military, we have the military freed to make operational choices even at the cost of embarrassing the political figures. And this, ultimately, is the more intelligent - if optically humiliating - way to fight a war.

​Pepe Escobar, "Bamboo Diplomacy"​ ,  a whole lot is falling into place in Asia
​  ​In the current incandescent geopolitical juncture, China is definitely not interested in playing divide and rule in Southeast Asia. Chinese strategic planners seem to understand that ASEAN carries a lot of soft power smoothing the big power play across Southeast Asia, offering a platform for all to engage with each other.
​  ​No one seems to mistrust ASEAN. That also explains why the Southeast Asians have come up with an acronym fest that basically hails cooperation – from ASEM and ASEAN+3 to APEC.
​  ​So it’s enlightening to remember that “China is prepared to open itself to ASEAN countries,” as Xi himself said when he launched the Maritime Silk Road in Jakarta in 2013. “China is committed to greater connectivity with ASEAN countries” – and “China will propose the establishment of an Asian infrastructure investment bank that would give priority to ASEAN countries’ needs.”
​  ​The bilateral relationships between China and each of the 10 members of ASEAN may carry their own particular complications. But there seems to be a consensus that no bilateral will determine the future of China-Southeast Asian relations.
​  ​The discussions this week in Phnom Penh and next week in Bali and Bangkok suggest that Southeast Asia has ruled out either extreme: paying tribute or demonizing China.

​  ​If accepted, the new proposed BRICS members would create an entity with a GDP 30% larger than the United States, over 50% of the global population and in control of 60% of global gas reserves. 
​  ​The Russian Foreign Minister, Sergey Lavrov has stated that ‘over a dozen’ countries have formally applied to join the BRICS grouping following the groups decision to allow new members earlier this year. The BRICS currently includes Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa.​..
..Concerning a BRICS expansion, Lavrov stated that Algeria, Argentina, and Iran had all applied, while it is already known that Saudi Arabia, Türkiye, Egypt and Afghanistan are interested, along with Indonesia, which is expected to make a formal application to join at the upcoming G20 summit in Bali.
​  ​Other likely contenders for membership include Kazakhstan, Nicaragua, Nigeria, Senegal, Thailand and the United Arab Emirates.

​  Imran Khan is the first Pakistani populist-nationalist, immensely popular, after a long career as a sports star. He is filling a heroic-leader archetype, despite being shot in an assassination attempt. He seeks to take Pakistan on a truly independent national policy path.​ 
He was recently deposed as Prime Minister by a CIA political soft-coup. It's not working. They can still find a way to kill him, but he shows no fear of that.
Failed assassination of Imran Khan may push Pakistan’s US-backed coup regime to tipping point
​  ​First Washington supported a soft coup against Pakistan’s Prime Minister Imran Khan. Then the unelected regime banned his speeches, charged him with “terrorism,” and banned him from politics. Now a failed assassination attempt may be the straw that breaks the camel’s back.

​  Iran has developed hypersonic missiles which can maneuver in and outside of the earth's atmosphere.​

Invested In Life  (pictured recently with vegetables harvested and vegetable-spaghetti dinner)


  1. Jessica Rose Ph. D. has published an update on the Australian birth data. It can be accessed at

    1. Yes, I read that. It says that Australia has not updated those statistics in a year and claims "they might be wrong, so don't say that they are right".
      Dr. Rose's initial read appears to still be the best read until they update their statistics.
      If they don't then do they have a reason not to, perhaps?
      I would like closure, but it is not yet on-offer.