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Let’s see if he picks up. It is a ringing. Hey how’s it going? Hey dude how are you? Pretty good. All right man I don’t know if you were paying attention to the intro at all but I said I said I said I said we don’t have a huge I’ve just labeled this stream COVID slash technocracy. I just thought we’d use this as a sort of catch up to where we are at the moment and I don’t know if you had other things to to bring up but maybe a good place to start is is what we were discussing this morning which I’ve received a six-day ban on Twitter for the last 24 hours. Oh man damn. But because it’s it’s a it’s a interesting and a very germane topic at the moment and maybe I’ll let you describe the argument that you got into first with that what did you call them Ozo? Yeah well the thing is is that we know for a fact that SARS-CoV-2 spike is embologenic and a lot of people on the pro-vaccine side seem to believe that the 2p spike construct that the nucleic acids in these vaccines code for is is safe without evidence. Basically oh excuse me one second there. Yeah I have little alerts going off all the time. I do apologize. There we go. Yes so you were just getting to that the the Vax fascists basically are sold on the fact that because they put the two proline stabilization bridge in there that everything’s tickety-boo.

We’ve got no worries now. The thing is is that if people actually go over papers for a 2p spike even ones dating back because this is a lab construct they’ve actually used for a very long time or several years anyway with other SARS coronavirus spikes and what it does is it locks the spike in the pre-fusion confirmation and basically it keeps it keeps it from activating and you know the the spike s2 domain unfurling like it does when it’s like it’s in the post-fusion state you know. So basically we can think of the 2proline substitution as making the spike protein more rigid kind of locking it in in place right but at the same time we have to consider that these amyloidogenic peptide fragments are effectively these these short little sequences along the length of the spike protein and they are exposed when the spike protein is digested proteolytically by the body’s own enzymes.

So and I’ve gotten to this argument multiple times with people where I’ll raise the question of whether or not proteolytic degradation of the spike exposes dangerous motifs and what they come back with every single time the especially I mean the Provax side anyway what they come back with is it has the 2prolines it’s safe and they don’t actually explain you know why that would be the case effectively what they’re asserting without evidence is that the 2proline spike lab construct that this mutant spike is immune to that to digestion by human proteases yeah it’s an asinine position and it’s completely ridiculous yeah it’s apparently they expect that once it’s generated in the body it persists indefinitely yeah just just stuck just stuck there waiting for the right um at the right not t-cell yeah I guess the MHC dendritic cells to pick it up and somehow weave some magic and make it make antibodies to it, that’s the that’s how that works right and the um the lipid nanoparticles are very very inflammatory and they’re going to draw in neutrophils and those neutrophils are going to end up there long before any t or b cells get involved and they’re going to try and digest it with proteolytic enzymes like neutrophil elastase and what we need to know and this is I got this argument on twitter with this guy just now um who was claiming you know that I was using research that had been done on the the virus version of the spike to making us to infer that 2p spike does the same thing right but what this reveals really is that the research simply hasn’t been done: they’re assuming without evidence that 2p spike is safe you know it’s 2p spike is safe yeah it’s it’s a constant bugbear of mine that because something hasn’t been published it doesn’t exist um it’s such a logical fallacy that it shouldn’t need explaining but you know when you’ve got a new phenomenon it takes time for the papers to come out and and well it may have been done but in any case the research just hasn’t been published yet.

Well I mean there’s the Nystrom paper that sort of has a good crack at that and they actually as well as the computational analysis of the spike protein they also run some um chemistry as well benchtop chemistry looking at sort of amyloid fibril buildup and in my mind that’s the best that we have at the moment um yeah you know the issue is it’s technically it’s actually a very very hard thing to do because you’ve got to to get the right answer you need to be doing it in vivo and then you’ve got to be able to extract out if there are amyloidogenic clots forming and then you have to demonstrate what what would be the causal mechanism for that and you know we we can presume some sort of proteolytic action and they put forward neutrophil elastase as a as a primary mechanism but there could be many more and the idea that we know everything now is it’s just ridiculous and well actually there was um there was another study that showed that spike could initiate coagulation cascade in platelet pore plasma in the presence of trypsin so… I’m not familiar with that one maybe do you have a link for that one? I’ll have to I’ll have to look it up um but while whilst you’re looking that up I just I received a very interesting email today.

I want to shout out to uh say Chris um and what he did was um used what’s the software um Waltz and um actually ran the um so Waltz is a software for looking for amyloidogenic sequences and um he’s actually run a bunch of them the i’ll say the Wuhan spike and the Delta spike let me just share my screen and i’ll share my screen with you uh let’s see share screen sent a couple links over okay um so this this was sent to me uh this morning so uh Waltz predicting amyloid, amyloidogenic regions in protein sequences and um there you can see the uh amino acids and um those all those big peaks in purple are amyloidogenic sequences in the Wuhan strain. Oh wow. Let me just let me uh move that beyond the chat beyond the chat but you can see that right yes yeah and here’s Omicron. Wow. Yeah so and um I should plug in the uh the Moderna and the Pfizer into this software but look it it’s the same.

Okay it’s going to be it’s going to be the same yeah it’s it has the same motifs um along its length as the as the as the spike from the from the virus yeah so yeah and so we’re we’re in a world where people who were um cheerleading for the rollout of this technology have whether the i mean you not everyone’s going to be a fay with the molecular biology at this level but um it in this instance it doesn’t matter right if you if you were cheering on the uh how should we say the tribe being loaded onto cattle cars you’re just as guilty as the as those who were poking them with bayonets and the um and the same the same legally the same applies here you don’t get to cheer along war crimes or crimes against humanity and you certainly don’t get to smother public debate about this as a um somehow i’ve got an echo coming through is that on my end or your end i’m not sure do you have earphones in you do right i have headphones on yeah why am i hearing an echo it’s mild it doesn’t matter um there we go so you know there’s no um there’s no justification or no legal defense in this uh scenario and you know this is why i’m at the opinion that um when or if we’re successful in bringing about charges and i would i would perhaps take a glimmer of hope from the last week or so with respect to so that you’ve got the court case in oh i keep forgetting the state where they just dep depositioned Fauci, Missouri? but they had him on the stand with respect yeah um collusion between big tech and government and essentially essentially inhibiting americans right to first amendment free speech protections and that coupled with the latest FOIA release that you know names and shames the cadre of scientists who um knew there was a high probability of a lab leak through all scientific objectivity out the window and just went with um narrative yeah the back and forth there with Jeremy Farrar and all that yeah yeah yeah and it seems um particularly in the for the first time the british press are starting to pick it up uh which is um you know once that dam breaks the british press can be pretty pretty lethal uh with respect to um attacking government systems i guess.

Yes yeah and you know in in this respect i’m kind of hopeful that we will eventually get pushed back and you know and of course who could who can forget Elon Musk’s um amnesty kicking right so i’ve got about 20 accounts about to be set free i think there’s somebody mentioned in the chat uh the pp bond uh won’t stop the cleaving through the two cathepsin cleavage sites um on the spike protein there um that’s um you know that’s a good point i mean it the spike has alternative cleavage sites yes it’s um it’s not just the furin cleavage site it’s it has others yeah i think i think the fury and cleavage site sort of takes center role because of its um its ability to transfect so many tissues the cathepsin one i’m i’m not so sure of the details it has to be enzyme has to be present so um yeah but the…

The, well, I mean the point the point being that perhaps um after three years we are going to see some pushback and you know people like yourself and the work that you did um may actually you know be be part of uh uh uh well bring in justice right yeah that that’s what um this should be about hang on i’ve got beeps going off somewhere and what is that discord you um uh someone’s uh so chris is asking can i use your letter for a blog series can you sure yeah absolutely i released everything under creative commons so there you go um so yeah i mean your thoughts on the um the events of the last few weeks i mean i i’ve just been guessing for the last you’re the guest have you uh have you read erin carioti’s uh book the new abnormal the rise of the biomedical security state i haven’t this is the one that’s banned in california right yes um they actually banned it from public libraries down there it’s really crazy um but the thing is is that um some of the points he raises i i’m myself i’m about you know a quarter away through the beginning of it but um uh some of the points that he raises are very important i i think and and germane to what we’re seeing um with this um all this tracking of people’s movements and and uh biosurveillance and well essentially you know like like the um the creation of like a surveillance state right um he uh draws comparisons between how students in in universities attract like qr codes and such to how um amazon workers are tracked with their their handheld scanners um they they use that that tracking not just you know to know where people are they use it for performance metrics so basically what you’re looking at here um and um and this could be extended further to other other forms of tracking um things like implanted like internet of bodies devices that that siphon away people’s health and biometric data and then you got to ask you know where does health privacy go at that point like HIPAA and all that right it’s kind of it’s like a disclosure issue it’s like do people even realize are people even looking at the fine print here it’s like um so the thing is is is um well really what this all ties back into is um scientific management and managerialism it’s the belief that human activity on this planet ought to be controlled like like a factory floor right with where people’s behavior can be kind of like it can be codified and analyzed down to like a asinine degree um basically like you were analyzing um an industrial programmable logic controller and operating like a robot arm or something but applying that to people and their behaviors yeah so and there was a story in i want to say wall street times that was sort of alluding to this that um you know it’s not it’s not government that’s doing this it’s it’s corporations and employers who are tracking um individuals so well keyboard logging facial expressions through the camera and um yeah you could argue that there’s a fuzzy boundary now between quote unquote stakeholders be it government there’s um exactly that’s exactly what i was about to say there’s through private public partnerships there’s a great deal of osmosis where these corporate practices are finding their way into government yes um where they they want to take the same metrics that have been used by amazon by google and so on and apply them to governance and this is where things start to get really freaky because essentially what you’re looking at here is the application of systems engineering and system cybernetics to human behavior on large scales basically they want to take human agency out of the picture and just have top-down control of people’s people’s behavior to a very very fine grained degree yep so and um like i say i i’m of the opinion we either push back now keep raising the issues now or it looks very dark to me maybe maybe the zoomer generation are just happy with it i don’t know our pushback our pushback um is because we like our agency um we like the idea that we have free will to put it to put it bluntly that we have that we have choices um what they’re trying to do is they’re trying to give us the illusion of choice but without the substance yes yeah so we have a choice between a number of different alternatives and all of those alternatives are like some crappy smartphone game with micro transactions in it yeah you know you could argue that look i’ve played plenty of those games and uh you know you know what was i just building the prison walls for myself but then you know actually it’s the it’s the same with um cryptos and all this next-gen technology um what seems they took one look at farmville and they decided let’s apply this same pattern of addiction to every aspect of human behavior and governance gamify everything and let’s uh so much dissent um let’s see i disagree with Kevin about the ksepsin cleavage sites that break off the HIV episodes um generator i just i’m i don’t know enough about the ksepsin cleavage site to really be commenting on it i’m i’m aware of it um it’s just from the legal perspective where we are right now with respect to trying to bring cases uh or um what do you call it house senate uh committees grand juries etc um the the furing cleavage site is where we have the most um the most evidence i would say of malfeasance of the scientists who were there at the beginning and gaslit the public it’s it’s not a it’s not a comment from me about the importance of it with respect to pathophysiology i mean the the question i would have is you know is that ksepsin cleavage site is that present only in sales if it’s present only in sales cough 2 then yeah i would i would agree that um it probably needs more investigation if it’s a um if it’s a more generalizable um cleavage site then um i don’t know how it it relates to specifically lab origins that’s all that’s all i’m saying i’m not i’m not i’m not dismissing it um it it’s important uh in this respect so um don’t don’t take offense please sorry dude um so yes we were talking about um how they were looking to micromanage us and this has actually been ongoing for a very very long time if people look back um about 30 years or so um to robert codleck and um his anthrax scares and whatnot and um oh you mean the deliberate release of a merifrax on the american public yeah that they tried to fit up and they they use that to justify um a massive expansion of bsl3 and bsl4 laboratory capacity throughout the u.s um the thing is this actually brought a lot of scrutiny onto their operations um people like uh ed hammond and the sunshine project started looking into this and um there was any updates on him hearing um actually we spoke about him last time and i know of him but he’s kind of gone dark lately but um yeah i guess if i were him i would too but um the thing is is that um so basically the response to this scrutiny people trying to obtain minutes of meetings um and trying to foya um stuff about um about these these biosafety labs and what kinds of research they were conducting um this um they they reacted to this very negatively they they basically just sent back completely redacted documents and eventually all this research was uh outsourced they just pushed it overseas and and the all the scrutiny went away like nobody was able to access anything anymore it was no longer subject to foya because it was being done uh by detra affiliated bio labs in foreign countries like in ukraine at the at the wuhan institute of virology um at the the the luger center in in in georgia um and and they did that essentially i mean in my view so they can conduct this um dual use research of concern you know gain of function research uh without any oversight at all without or without without any whistleblowers without any uh freedom of information requests um without any of that they just they just wanted to conduct this stuff with impunity yes yeah um very very alarming that they would would go to such lengths to avoid public scrutiny it shows that they don’t have our our best interests in mind so if i was to steelman is the wrong i’ll just use steelman um but you know reading i read through the foyer documents this or yeah last week um i i did a stream with charles very very long detailed stream i i encourage everyone to go and watch it just about what they did and didn’t know and um my there’s an element there of these people don’t know what they’re doing right just just that they know to or their instinct is to cover it up it’s not well with the caveat that we don’t know what was said on the burner phones etc when um when they did have those meetings just just what we see in the emails but from the emails and you know this is it was kind of sort of encapsulated by francis collins basically saying um i don’t understand these mechanisms or pathways to get to this putative furing cleavage site could someone explain that to me and then and then there’s the response from farah which is which is in response to i forget who said that but they say that they were they could have been doing serial passage in bsl2 of these agents and farah’s response is just wild west right um yeah there’s definitely not the kind of work that they should be doing in like a bsl2 lab so no but you know the point being it’s not it’s not like they were they were like oh oh we’ve been caught out quick but burn everything because and the reason i think this is is because um although uh nih and niaid might have been conduits for um funding at the public level right because they’ve got to have some outward-facing bureaucracy that um you know should be open to uh querying um that i i’m i’m of the opinion that the the ditcher the dapper are the um are the real bad actors here and that’s not to say that there aren’t good people in those organizations i’ll add yes um you know um we wouldn’t be where we are without whistleblowers from those organizations but at at an executive level um it comes across to me that it’s their programs and they had very very different goals with respect to what would be the public health health um facade that nih gave um via via this funding and and this comes down to the bio warfare and the medical countermeasures uh associated with it darpa and and ditra are basically central to everything and um doc keck actually raised something very interesting in the in the live stream chat um he said they just sent defense biotechnology methodology that darpa specifically banned due to its danger to the us’s number one geostrategic adversary um that’s a good point it’s like what are they looking at here in terms of technology transfer to china yeah so yeah um and again this sort of points to me towards incompetence across multiple levels rather well i don’t i don’t want to say um a overarching nefarious plan because i think there’s a part of that in there as well but um i just i just wonder if the bureaucracies and organizations have just got too big for their own good that the left hand didn’t know the right hand was doing well i mean one one would hope that it wasn’t like a concerted plan to do that and to do any of this but well we can but pray because i mean if it if that is the case then yeah we’re really screwed because yeah anything that we try to do with respect to pushback is is not going to go anywhere um but the yeah well you know that that also has to be taken with the caveat that fauci was getting two salaries we learned from sax that he was getting paid by i want to say ditra as well as his nih salary um denis carroll at us aid was still in the employ of us aid when he was essentially sending funds to himself as part of the global virome project which involved EcoHealth Alliance Metabiota lab for the global health and so on and these mgo’s are just are essentially taking us dod funding they’re taking money from us aid um and from nih and they are just funneling it into these foreign biolabs they’re acting essentially as um as middlemen as intermediaries just just subcontracting grants to foreign biolabs that are completely avoiding any scrutiny any freedom of information requests um for any research that might be conducted in american biolabs um and they’re doing it under like essentially under department of defense contracts and um Andrew Huff’s assertion um Andrew Huff the former vice president of EcoHealth Alliance his assertion is that all of this was essentially an intelligence operation like um the cia through us aid uh was trying to uh obtain information on foreign biolab capacities like what they were capable of doing in terms of like bio warfare research however there are a couple holes in that theory uh for one thing this same research was was being conducted in the US for years before it was outsourced it was only outsourced when scrutiny was applied to it stateside um that’s one thing the other thing is a lot of this work involves technology transfers that are going from from us to rival powers now what kind of intelligence operation transfers proprietary technology from like fort detrick to the wuhan institute of virology or from uh unc chapel hill to the wuhan institute of virology that’s not an intelligence operation they’re just giving away our r and d yes and you know that there’s always the how should we say the concept that perhaps the u.s is trying to manufacture opponents right by giving away this technology right possibly because you know look let’s be honest the u.s is in most cases is quantum leaps ahead of any any other country with respect to military power and um and just tech in in general and they have to justify their budgets somehow and so by being able to point at other countries and say ha ha see they’ve they’ve got um they’ve got weapons programs much like we did with iraq right right we sold them so we sold them right we sold them so essentially job security yes yeah just just keep keep their their uh share of the government cheese that’s getting distributed and right um oh and yeah of course uh maple’s put in the chat uh pollard and the rosenbergs um right right who aren’t familiar that’s uh that’s how your nuclear secrets got disseminated to russia yeah i want to say uh israel as well right um possibly yeah um but i i mean i i don’t know how you sort of feel about this but if there’s one thing if if we manage to achieve one thing right after all this is that um any anyone that has pretenses to engage in this type of research must be transparent we cannot allow ambiguity like we’ve had over the last let’s say 20 years let’s say post 9 11 amerifrax um right and you know the and the thing is is that robert codleck was involved with the covet 19 response as well um with bioport and foado hebrew or rather or rather emergent bio solutions um and emergent bio solutions had huge quality control problems at their plant and it was just i mean the place was filthy they they had issues with with hygiene with um with quality control and and yet robert codleck kept funneling money to his buddy there’s obvious cronyism going on there so um and of course foado hebrews passed away recently like of cancer or something so um that’s convenient yeah exactly it’s like so i think the cia might have injected his leg with some cancer cause an agent and then the guy just conveniently bumped off but that’s just speculation yeah uh oh your uh your graph has uh updated i was just trying to look for robert cadleck on there and maybe just the i don’t know the display looks different to me is there a um they changed the site and i had to import it from the old version of the site to the new one so you’re still seeing the screen right yes there’s a bit of of i added a few things to the left side there um if you mouse over um galvani bioelectronics over there on the on the left uh you should see um they actually have uh moncef slowey who is the head of um operation warp speed and uh keigan gabriel ken gabriel uh were on the board of directors of galvani so um if you actually listen to that interview um where glenn beck is interviewing whitney webb uh she discusses this she brings this brings us up how um google and glaxo smith kline have a partnership called galvani bioelectrics uh excuse me galvani bioelectronics rather um that uh is investigating um essentially electronic medicine like things like um a splenic nerve stimulating implant that uh prevents inflammation like like inflammatory diseases like uh uh i think in that case it was for arthritis but splenic nerve or um vagus nerve um i think it was i’d have to look it up again and take take another look um i’ll send you a link to their site because it has some more information on the therapy um yes splenic nerve therapy for uh rheumatoid arthritis it’s a good question doesn’t make sense to me i mean vagus nerve yes splenic nerve um not the mark but uh uh do you have a link to the um i just sent you a couple links should be that second one there and showing to potentially show splenic immune cells from inflammation to inflammation resolving state interesting um so um if you look at um if you click on on careers up there and then click on leadership um and then scroll down you’ll see that that ken gabriel is on the board of directors i think moncef slowly was booted out over like sexual harassment allegations or something um but anyway ken gabriel is the the co-o of welcome leap which is the the essentially the transhumanist arm of the welcome trust led by ex darpa ex facebook ex google regina dugan you know it’s something that doesn’t come up in the discussion much but um you know we know jeremy farrow was on these calls with the vouchee and you know the what the book title proximals proximals calls i guess and no one ever seems to ask why why would someone who’s supposedly just head of a funding charity be the go-to uh in in these calls and andrew hough andrew hough stated that the welcome trust um were intimately linked to the work that EcoHealth Alliance was doing well i mean i’ve always been of the opinion that uh any any of these higher level organizations in the uk are all uh they’re all infiltrated by intelligence anyway and they’re all well just just the um the welcome trust the welcome trust is right next door to tavistock the tavistock institute okay yeah so i was about to mention but they’re all pedos so there you go there’s um tavistock the tranny uh the tranny promoting uh transgender kid promoting deviant if there’s one place though i say let it burn it’s those essentially the tavistock institute are the the um the top researchers in the world in um in propaganda in social engineering um in manipulating the psyche of entire populations et cetera et cetera so they’ve been that way a long time and yep um well it’s uh i think it i think isn’t tavistock like their their um logo it used to be like a wolf in sheep’s clothing i don’t like that yeah uh let me let me just see if i can pull that up but um sorry dude you keep uh you keep talking i will um see if i can yeah there club of rhyme tavistock fabian society the fabian society yes that’s who i’m but tavistock is intimately linked with um with the fabian society and these are these are very very dark organizations um in in the uk and um hold a vitalite grip on the power apparatus yes libya serve yeah you you were you correct me in the chat liberty i found it eventually yeah look none of them are your friend right right and um the well i don’t want to i don’t want to drag away from our main topic of discussion here but um but we were getting to uh galvani and yeah this is a new i mean i considered myself fairly okay with most stimulation technologies and this splenic stimulation is a new one for me but i never heard of anything like this before well you know at the end of the day it comes down to whether it works or not and if that if if there’s a method for um helping people with rheumatoid rheumatoid arthritis which is a crippling disease in yes in in most instances i’m i’m not against the use of of technology to try to resolve these issues right if it well if it works that’d be nice actually so not not everything that these people are researching has exclusively nefarious uses um even brain computer interfaces could in theory be used for treating paralysis blindness and so on and there are some legitimate uses there um for instance to say if someone has like i believe i mentioned this before but say if someone has like a like a spinal cord injury um you could develop some type of like neural stent that thing that relays um signals from one side of the brain to the other um to treat paralysis um and i i know people personally who do that for a living and i’ve seen people and amazingly and we’re unsure why even even a full spinal cord transection right they were able to restore functionality now nice um um how how it was doing it they they were unsure and the fallback may be that um vegas nerve actually might be the sort of bridge through which when you’re applying stimulation that you’re returning some functionality but the um the the question becomes who’s who’s on these ethics committees and yeah who’s what are they doing when they’re not in the when we can’t see their emails in the public domain this is and right and we’ve had a very very harsh lesson in very very harsh lesson in what that means over the last three years and you know the degree of gaslighting that they’ve done and tried to maintain right up to right up to the last minute it’s you know it’s funny that um angie rasmussen and stuart neill have just suddenly put all their um twitter onto private right just as that foyer came out right the thing about it the thing about it is um well what’s been happening over the course of the past few years is the expansion of the surveillance state through the excuse of biosecurity they’re using they’re using biosecurity as an excuse to control people’s movements um then pathologize normal human social behavior essentially you are the bio threat yeah like the like the human the human being is the bio threat that they’re trying to address here yeah um they they veiled it but in you know the language of public health and pandemic control but it’s actually about controlling people’s movements yeah and and entirely and had there not been pushback at the right from the start of sars what the public what the public would have been fed was this is um your ecologically out of balance with the environment we have to do this for your health right and that would have meant vaccine passports which they’re still trying to do after the last g20 meeting um yes medical experimentation with new uh my i’m trying not to say medical countermeasures and um and you could also you could also add on to that um experimentation with pharmaceuticals because oh pax levid and i forget the name of the other one uh those are experimental compounds yes and it’s turning out that um pax levid is i just i want to say it was last week i looked at i didn’t read the paper i just saw the headline but um in rodents pax levid inhibits the innate immune system from uh uh mounting a quote unquote proper response to the pathogens yeah and so it’s it’s not just it’s not just the um gene transfection technologies there’s it opens the door to them to skip any regulatory frameworks that we had in place burn any ethical frameworks just for the pursuit of well i don’t think it’s money in this instance um right it’s it’s like you say it’s uh it’s more about um control and not just control but the unlimited expansion of conjoined state and corporate power yeah yeah uh through stakeholder capitalism and private public partnerships and with you know and as well as you know partnerships with with ngos and the like so and and charitable foundations uh one thing i found um throughout the past of several years of researching a lot of this stuff um even before uh covet 19 um you can never trust an ngo no you can never trust the charitable foundations like they’re all involved in some crooked shit yeah and um and that’s just been shoved in our faces with this uh ftx debacle if they’re if their leaders are are not you know stealing donations and using them to for the payments for their new bmw they’re involved in influence peddling or something else or advancing the agendas of someone very very rich and powerful um on a tax-free basis yeah and um i’m trying to what did they call it oh something exempt pr firms that’s what a lot of these ngos operate as but that’s there’s this so the ftx um guru that he had a philosophy around altruism and i’m that they’d given it a name and our term and that’s that’s what these billionaires are hiding behind and you know well they’re hiding they’ve spent the past century hiding behind faux philanthropy yeah um because because of all the negative pr about all the robert barron stuff they were doing around the turn of the last century they decided hey let’s just start a bunch of taxes and charities and foundations and use those foundations to buy the kind of society that we want to live in yeah yeah and i give you exhibit a uh bill gates and yes you know the gates foundation and all that yeah which is in turn linked to the cpi um was coalition of yes uh coalition of um for epidemic prepare uh preparedness innovations i believe it stands for uh wasn’t that an ftx uh issue as well what was like the brother was part of a effective altruism that’s what they call it um well cpi is also linked to the welcome trust and welcome leap by the way yeah and you know it’s it’s ways to move money it’s ways to it’s ways to move money it’s ways to engage in um well image management and nudging psychological nudging of of the populace yes because you know anyone with half a break sunstein’s nudge theory yeah yeah and and um as well as uh what’s his face um um you remember the book uh predictably irrational uh i’m unfamiliar with that one but uh by by dan ariely predictably irrational uh the thing is is that a lot of this research into behavioral psychology and behavioral economics around like about a decade ago is just now being put into practice um to the point where corporations engaging in psychological warfare against their customers just to make a sale is something that’s that’s everyday practice now sorry say that again the uh the name of the book no no no no the summary that you just gave with oh oh the the thing is is that is that corporations are using behavioral psychology theories and behavioral economics and nudge theory and all that um to try and and gamification to try and direct the behavior of their customers to try and to to ensure a sale yeah yeah um and you see that a lot in for instance uh like like i mentioned earlier uh like smartphone games uh if you load up some cheesy smartphone game some idle game with micro transactions and what you’ll find is that the game doesn’t actually provide any real intellectual fulfillment of any kind it’s entirely emotional the whole thing is all about paying the money to uh to have fireworks leap out of your screen at you just to have things flash on your screen that kind of make you feel like you have a sort of a sensation of progress without any of the substance yeah yeah and god damn it my kids are hooked on that very often very often what they’ll do is they’ll hide the the monetization at first they’ll have it so that the parts of the game are locked at the beginning and then as you progress it unlocks parts that show like deeper levels of monetization that require even more money to access and so on they kind of like start people off slow rather than like like coming on strong with with like just pay us 20 20 30 40 dollars no no that would drive people away instead they wait until they’re hooked and then they they just they slowly introduce game mechanics that require more and more money so it’s kind of more like a grind this the same exact behavior is exhibited by drug dealers yes this is this is the classic oh try before you buy type strategy um it’s i mean they give you a little hit this one little tiny hit of coke or mdma or whatever and then before you know it you are hooked and you’re coming back for more yeah yeah and uh well the corporations are running this particular uh addiction scam so it’s all good spark us we can uh it’s it’s all it’s all ethical it’s all the it’s all the hidden hand of the markets doing its thing it’s all fun and games until they do it to toddlers right right and we have done look uh you know damn me for my parenting skills but um you know almost you know it’s a it cuts both ways you know my my kids are brilliant with computers at a very young age um uh you know coding and um you know it’s just becoming a natural language to them but you can you can see the the addictive properties right they’re always always trying to get back to the pc right doesn’t yeah we went out yesterday and um you know we just had uh you know most of it was a good time but you can you can see that uh that’s the end they’re needing their they’re needing their little dopamine fix from uh playing on roadblocks on minecraft and i was um i was actually exposed to um the personal computer at a very very young age i was i um actually got into into gaming um in like the mid 90s so like i was i was like oh you’re just a green horn i remember i remember we used to have those little potentiometers with pong and uh right right but i was like seven years old we had this ibm aptiva with a penny m2 and um uh 3dfx voodoo 2 card well i remember getting one of those i believe it was like it was like a diamond monster 3d2 in there and um we had a need for speed 2 uh se uh we had um homeworld uh star seed classic classic star starcraft yeah um we had everything so uh that was actually kind of like a golden age like right around there like the late 90s a whole bunch of games came out around that time that were amazing yeah and they they didn’t try and milk your wallet once you’d purchased them right you bought the game and it was yours right you could do what you want with it you could even copy it and give it to your mates if you wanted right now and um um yeah so the the thing is is that we’re just getting to the point now where um the new generation have lived their entire life with like touch screen devices yeah yeah pretty much so we have no idea what the um uh what that’ll do to their neurological development to their social development and so on but well you know i’m happy to say my kids are nice and polite and generally do what they’re told and you know my my daughter’s a little devil for waiting for everyone to go to sleep and then go in and play the pc and at night but um we’re hiding the keyboard and the usb dongle so uh she can’t um she can’t use it but um it’s it’s my concern is less about uh uh the kids kids being i was addicted to video games was well into my adult life it’s it’s the topic that you were talking about earlier which is where these corporations have um seen it as a as a means means to an end to um grab control and micromanage people and you know you you’ve what springs to mind is what’s his name harari what’s the first name you uh you all know harari yeah um the his statement where he you know what are we going to do in the future yes exactly like but basically saying you know um since ai are i mean you know since we’re coming out with these these deep learning applications that um are capable of of fulfilling functions in society that the people used to be employed to do um what what can i mean the people who are newly unemployed because of this like what could they be expected to do if not you know have you know diversions play video games etc drugs to to co drugs to cope with their new found uh uselessness to society um it’s um basically the thing about it what a way to conceptualize individuals as just being just their jobs yeah it’s like i mean people are more than their jobs and our our society should i mean it should reflect that it should i mean our goal should be to attain a high quality of life um not necessarily just maximize someone’s balance sheet for the sake of just making numbers go up and part part of that you had enough i want to say thank you someone just sent me a doughnut much much appreciated let me just say see who that was so i can say thank you um but the you know part part of a fulfilled life i would argue is it is to have a family and children and yes um that seems antithetical to what these weffers for one of a better expression are aiming for well they they they are neo-malthusians and eugenicists and believe that for one thing not only that we are overpopulated but for another that uh our industrial and economic growth is excessive that it’s straining the planet’s ability to provide for our needs and that’s that’s essentially their thesis so if we look at what they’re actually saying what they’re claiming um what we quickly find is that all this climate change stuff is kind of a red herring yes they they promote the idea of atmospheric co2 to to give people something like an external threat to latch on to mentally something that they can fix with their own habits of course never mind that most co2 emissions are industrial right they’re not coming from individuals um the thing is is that um what they don’t want is for people to catch wind i mean to catch on to that um what they actually believe is that we’re overpopulated and that human beings are the real threat and what they use to justify that are analyses that show that we’re running out of um arable land that we’re having um widespread soil erosion all across the planet um to the tune of approximately um 12 million hectares every year it’s like it’s something like it’s like billions of tons of topsoil that are being lost um every year it’s it’s it’s like an a it’s like the area of north korea but spread globally it’s just it’s turning from uh arable topsoil essentially into sand because of um because of erosion from over irrigation and so on um and not just that they also bring up um the impending impending water crisis from uh drawing excessive water from from underground aquifers fresh water and um as well as uh the impending phosphorus crisis um because most of the phosphorus that we use for fertilizer is non-renewable and it’s mined so and what they’re claiming essentially when you take all this stuff in it like all these claims together like in the aggregate like what like what george monbiot or or kate raworth or that dude i really exactly uh if if you take what they they say in the aggregate uh what they’re claiming is that we’ll run out of food or rather the the ability the ability to produce food in a matter of several decades well monbiot had a series in the guardian i want i want to say about like seven eight years ago where it was like 10 000 days to save the planet some some ridiculous headline like that and they were literally counting it down and yeah but and nothing happened nothing happened nothing happened and you know and i’m just struck by the hypocrisy of this people because uh i don’t think it was the g20 but there was a clip sort of floating across my social media as as as they’re jacking up fuel prices etc there were 800 private planes flying into egypt that exactly right and this has been this has been ongoing for a matter of decades this uh this neo malphusian stuff you look at like more east strong for instance in the united nations environment program you look at um the um uh the the council on foreign relations and the club of rome and the club of rome’s limits to growth report and and mit’s world three simulation this goes all the way back to like the 1970s and um it goes back to uh the nixon shock and the decoupling of wages and productivity in the u.s and so on um essentially what these people are doing is they’re using environmentalism as an excuse for deindustrialization and they’re using deindustrialization to um to destroy the middle class to to orchestrate and to institute a a caste system with debt slaves opposite uh rentier capitalists who own all property yeah oh very that’s very elegant that’s their ultimate goal here and they they’re using the co2 scare the climate scare all of this just to attack the middle class and to attack the source of the middle class’s prosperity well i would just say it’s not the middle class it’s the working class as well because it’s the because it’s the working class who are dependent upon those industrial jobs to feed their families week by week and that’s that’s of course of course but but look at the at claude schraub’s fourth industrial revolution what what is he actually claiming he’s claiming that all those jobs that the working class normally do are going to be digitized they’re going to disappear they’re going to be digitized and virtualized and replaced with artificial intelligences um performing those same tasks and look it’s it’s like i i believe i i’ve used this analogy before but um it’s like think of books for instance think of um what it it used to take to publish a book uh you used to need a paper mill a publishing house um a printing printing shop a bookstore with cashiers and so on and nowadays if you want to publish a book you send a pdf in to jeff bezos and kindle direct publish and it goes into a cloud server and then then people just download it right to their kindle and and essentially you’ve eliminated how many jobs right there hundreds thousands the the paper mills gone the the loggers are gone the publishing houses and the editors and typesetters are all gone the bookstore is gone and the cashiers at the bookstore are gone and more nefariously um you’ve that’s the fourth industrial revolution it’s an industrial revolution without people without humans yes and the point that i wanted to make is that um that there isn’t a choice of publishing or the choice of publishing houses becomes less and less and less such that if you’ve got something to say that um might be critical of your betters your overlords um you’re not getting that word out right yes it’s this um these lockdowns were used to attack small businesses they were used to attack the the last remnants of entrepreneurial capitalism and they were used to consolidate oligopolistic power in the e-commerce giants yes yeah and uh yeah amazon didn’t stop during the pandemic right and now the other big box stores did or online stores either it was a spectacular success in that regard and you know i i do well you know people are bored of me telling me this anecdote perhaps i bore you with it from just my trip to the u.s it’s just um if you told me that you would see empty shelves in the u.s i would never have believed you but i saw empty shelves in pennsylvania in texas and in michigan all three states that i visited yep and to imagine that the richest country with one of the most dynamic economies in human history would be looking at bare shelves i would have never believed you no way no how but what what i find um really i don’t know i guess what i find kind of disheartening about all of this is how it seems to have snuck up on on people um because i was i was telling people all about this about degrowth about deindustrialization and so on and and limits to growth report and all that stuff in the early 2010s and how all this climate change rhetoric would ultimately lead in that sort of neo-balphusian direction um there are like ted talks and all kinds of stuff that date back um only like a decade uh with people going up on stage and saying how we need to consider eating crickets to save the planet and people are are acting like you know like living in the pod eating the bugs is something that just came out of nowhere over the course of the past few years that it’s just it’s just popped up out of nowhere but it but that’s not the case this has been an ongoing thing where environmentalists and some climatologists and so on are propagandizing our leaders and offering up these actually rather undemocratic propositions about what the shape of human life should should be like on this planet going forward yeah so you can you can look at the like say environmentalism and the the climate well what did they greenhouse greenhouse effect right we were all going to boil to death and what have you and um you you wouldn’t get a grant if you had a different take in academia on the data right and so in in a sense that was a microsm of and a slower burning version of what we had in the last three years and this is this is why i will put forward the premise that i i don’t think we’re going to see any stop to this type of um programming and what’s the uh esg environmental environmental social governance governance yes and that that’s in everything now like the the servers that i use to run the streaming streaming when you when you set them up and you know we try and bring a new server online they want they ask if you want to um i can’t remember the exact questions but there’s there’s a bunch of um tick boxes that you have to do to see if you want to be in compliance with esg and and it’s not just it’s not just that esg is basically something that’s being pushed by larry fink and blackrock and like where if you want to have investment dollars you have to be compliant with our um our social goals kind of a thing and really it’s just an excuse for for um a small number of huge investment firms and hedge funds to decide um how their investment dollars are are spent what they put them them towards um and and blackmail corporations into compliance with their agenda yeah and it um it’s really it’s a scam and it’s amazingly easy from what i understand like blackrock doesn’t have to come and take over your company they just buy enough shares in it that they can have a sway on the board right and through that mechanism they’ve been able to infiltrate no end of companies and that’s been writ large in the last week as we’ve seen major corporations abandoning twitter and i was looking through the list of those and and blackrock is in the list now you know i don’t think blackrock was directly advertising on twitter i’m not sure what they would be advertising but i can be i would i would have a i think i’d be pretty dead on in saying that all those other corporations that did pull out blackrock had a uh had a say on their board right um um so the thing about it is that um this environmental social and governance stuff is essentially being used to whitewash um the corporation’s environmental impacts what they’re doing is this is saying we’re being socially responsible so you don’t have to look at you know like what our actual what how green we’re being and so so it’s like they essentially they took uh being green being socially responsible and so on and and um kind of lump them together into one score so that they can they can just kind of pollute with impunity but at the same time counterbalance it by hiring by having a few diversity hires or whatever so so it’s all nonsense yeah um and uh as we can see twitter appears to run perfectly fine after basically the entire trust and safety division has been fired i’ve just been told i need to give a shout out to mark for a dono thank you mark for the dono and oh yeah i forgot to say thank you to who that was in um god damn hang on one second yeah but you’re right that this these programs are um long-term pervasive and are um the tip of the spear with respect to uh controlling you your loved ones and and your community and um you know if i i i look at it as a form of globalized bolshevism they want to centralize everything and um you will you will conform to their party dictates and you know my my concern right now is that um we know what happens in history is that revolution um gets a hold because and you could argue that it’s fair complete for most of it we know what comes next which is the purges yes a bunch of a bunch of people in the chat were mentioning uh elon musk um elon musk is not to be trusted um but at the same time at the same time he’s he’s currently shaking things up in a way that we may benefit from yes so we we could we could use this uh like look at what’s happening at twitter right now um but on the but all the same they could make use of this as well so elon musk is is basically um well what what’s basically happening at twitter right now is they are using the um the lack of censorship as as an excuse to later implement even more strict censorship um look at look at the european union and was it the digital services act or whatever or whatever they call it um basically they want to codify into law that there are certain kinds of speech that that aren’t allowed if you’re if you’re you know to be allowed to do business in the in the european union um that you can’t allow like hate speech on your platform and all that and and meanwhile i’m you know i’m american i am very much in favor of the first amendment um and kind of basically i’m kind of a free speech absolutist i believe that people should be allowed to say basically whatever they want uh within within reason but the thing about it is that the problem here is that people are restricted to um to communicating on online platforms that are entirely centralized and um uh that are that is that leak people’s private data to to governments on demand so like if if uh gchq in the uk asks for people’s facebook information that uh facebook will give it give it to them um if the department of homeland security or the fbi asks twitter for for people’s information he’ll just hand stuff over so what we need what we actually need is um a distributed internet like what bruce jacquiel the head of the internet archive has long discussed uh we need um we need to um like he says lock the web open um instead of having these centralized platforms like twitter reddit facebook and so on we need to have peer-to-peer protocols that completely eschew the centralized platform in its entirety what that would do is it would complete it would sidestep these government regulations you can’t you can’t have i mean the eu can’t regulate what people do with a peer-to-peer platform they’d have i mean it’s um any more than you can regulate someone who sells a megaphone um for what their customer does with the megaphone um if we have a protocol that allows for peer-to-peer communication like that any enforcement would have to be done at the level of the individual which would completely bog down these governments and prevent them from limiting free speech well i mean the the problem you have though with with this approach is just trying to build a sort of critical mass of users and you know i’ve sort of run into this problem people are creatures of habit and they’ll go to um they’ll go to the platform that’s most convenient for them and you know that’s why that’s true i still stream on youtube and um any replacements for these platforms would have to be as user friendly and they would have to have to provide the same or better user experience so and in order to um hasten their adoption so what we’re we’re talking about here is stuff like um well not just like like ether and peer tube but also stuff like um ipfs the interplanetary file system and orbit db um basically i mean what is what is twitter what really what is twitter twitter is just like forum software it stores people’s posts and like a mysql database right but if you can replicate that same kind of like data basing like software but but do it like asynchronously and peer-to-peer then you don’t need a server you can be completely like serverless so and if you don’t have a server then there’s nothing to censor right um it it’s down to the level of the individual so yeah um and that’s what we need is a distributed internet i agree wholeheartedly with you but it’s it’s very much an uphill struggle right now it is and a lot of these these protocols are um let’s just say the software is not super mature um it’s not to the point where you could reasonably expect to deploy something and have it be secure and uh and usable yeah so you know even the concept sure but the streaming platform we have um yeah okay we’re censorship free at the moment but um suddenly i got news this morning that uh oh they got hundreds of millions of uh investment and i don’t know who’s given that investment and what is it that they’re going to demand of uh this company that’s hosting um the current servers and someone in the chat just said peer-to-peer over ham for the win yeah yeah um nice it’s uh it’s an it’s a it’s a worthy goal to be aiming for and in i i would imagine that we’re going to need multiple instances of matrix like um instances and but to do something do something like we’re doing now which is stream and discuss and oh god damn it we’ve got 170 people watching wow yeah nice yeah that’s pretty cool dude recorded um you need um you do need this um centralized not yet server farms basically right and in a sense you’re always just renting the hardware from them and look at um like uh uh open ai and um and gpt and look at uh like stable diffusion mid-journey and all that stuff um a lot of people don’t realize how these like deep learning models um actually work um when people make the reason why all of these services are um uh subscription based is because it costs a lot um to run these these deep learning algorithms so um what what happens is when you put a query in to their web portal or more whatever or use like a discord bot that that that queries it for instance like that essentially that i mean they just have to give the bot like an api key um to access like a web portal like a hidden web portal to send it to their server right their request um what it’s actually doing is it’s it’s running that deep learning model on like nvidia gp gpu racks for instance like um oh like nvidia a100s or something you know like the their um general purpose computing on on gpus and um very expensive it’s just they suck down on tons and tons of kilowatt hours of electrical power i mean with every single query that people make to run these these deep learning applications and um but technically speaking um if moore’s law continues to hold then eventually these deep learning applications will find their way into people’s personal devices um we’ll see maybe dedicated ai ships on a smartphone or something in the year by the year 2040 or something no perish the 40 right right um and we’re again with it’s this um double double-edged sword of of the technology and i i don’t want to come across as a lada i like technology dude i think i think it’s cool that the the problem is is it’s those that are in positions to wield it in in a dual use manner right and i would put forward the premise that um total surveillance which seems to be one of their goals is is a weaponized implementation of this technology and we must well it’s not just it’s not just total surveillance it’s it’s also going to be used for knowledge discovery um they they’re so eager to use deep learning um to make a um an ai scientist who can look over i mean who i mean that can look over um i’m offended by your by your pronouns sir how dare you um they can look over like um thousands of papers potentially and find correlations in the data that people miss um and things like that but also not just um knowledge discovery but also like uh things like protein synthesis from scratch um consider for instance like the folding at home project um ever hear about that like oh yeah yeah i used to like their i used to put that in grant applications was i would justify um because i’d use deep learning for uh behavioral acquisition right right and the uh that that was expensive you know five five ten years ago this was nowhere near as sophisticated as it is right now and um you know you had to justify um asking for these uh you know server grade uh gpus and someone someone in the chat Horatius said folding at home is not machine learning based that’s true uh folding at home uh used uh for instance like um uh people’s playstation 3s back in the day as a great big distributed supercomputer to kind of brute force the problem of protein folding and the thing about it though is that a lot of the data that was generated from those early protein folding simulations could be applied to machine learning algorithms eventually they could take those same those same data sets and then have machine learning algorithms start trawling through them they already are doing that right and the i mean presumably they already are so what we’re looking at here eventually maybe within the next couple decades or so is the use of ai for uh protein design kind of like x nihilo you know just kind of just coming up with entirely new synthetic proteins not found in nature um with ai assistance and that’s where there’s a lot of this overlap um between computer like between computer science and biotech because advancements in one are essentially going to end up feeding directly into advancements in the other yeah and this is very large in neuroscience it’s writ large in neuroscience right and um you know they’re they’re they’re on a mission to think that they can deconstruct our consciousness through these mechanisms and look there’ll be another implementation deep learning to 2.0 that they think will get them that bit closer to imbuing their their what does that mean but imbuing technology with the ability to make from their perspective moral and ethical decisions on the fly and that frightens me right right because whose moral morals and ethics are you putting in there and you know we’re we’re coming very close to the point where they’re going to roll out their central bank digital currencies and um um because of the stakeholder private government partnerships your your your access to your basic income is going to be decided by a machine and yes if you haven’t well look at what charles morgan was saying um at at uh west points modern warfare institute in front of a bunch of soldiers he was saying you know we have the technology already to introduce engineered cells into into people um and reprogram their memories essentially repro and reprogram their minds using these these cells that have um like dreads on them like designer receptors exclusively activated by designer drugs and stuff and and all i can think is you know this is just the what he’s describing here is just the beginning because if you can if you can engineer a a neuron like that that is that is susceptible to manipulation right now then maybe in a decade or two they could come up with with um uh neurons that having artificially designed genetically engineered neurons that have designer proteins that completely alter their behavior to the point to the point where um behavioral regulation would be built directly like genetically into those those cells well you know i’m i’m hopeful that the complexities of our minds are still a long long way away from this this type of direct manipulation but you know on the as a caveat to that um i would you you can just look at the technologies right now and just see how easily people are manipulated through screens and look look for instance at how genes have they’ve been spending so much effort categorizing genes that affect human behavior as and especially by like doing animal studies and doing like like gene knockouts to see what they do right um look at for instance uh monoamine oxidase a and its correlation to aggression they call it the warrior gene for instance what if you could create a genetically modified subspecies of humans that has this specific gene altered to eliminate aggression for instance yeah so and what if you could you know and what if you could you could um and it doesn’t stop there if you have the the ability to generate designer proteins from scratch um that have entirely novel behaviors that limit or in that like inhibit aggression um you could you could incorporate those into the genome and have those those cells generate entirely new proteins with entirely new functions not found in nature well as a glimmer of hope here i would look at recent events in china right now um and i can i can tell you from personal experience china china has been big into um behavioral modification through deep brain stimulation it’s the biggest market on the planet for those for for those implants and um it it hasn’t cracked the nut of people’s desire to live without interference and you know the you know clash bob is on record as saying that sort of china is the ideal um um society that that they’re aiming for but you know they’ve only been able to push it so far until people have pushed back and you know that is it like that shanghai was under lockdown for like 90 days in right within the last few months and you know that’s and you have to remember these people are living in little shoebox apartments stacked on top of one another and i mean that’s basically a prison cell right yes um it’s a concentration camp yes yeah yeah and i we’ll finish talking about china and then i’ll just tell you about my experience with that but that um um it hasn’t they haven’t been able to stop the desire of people and in this instance it seems to be from what i understand promulgated by university students the the younger generation that who yeah are getting tired of being at the at the end of that qr code right because that’s how china has done it it’s just boom they flick a switch you’re all on lockdown now and um go back to your homes only come out for testing and i’ve i’ve got no idea what infrastructure they had in place to make sure that people in those tower blocks were getting food yes well they don’t have any um unless they’re doing like drone deliveries but the thing about it is that um people are carrying around a gps bug with them everywhere feeding into big data is their smartphone yeah it’s it’s gathering information on where they go what their their habits are uh it knows what your what your commute is like it knows which which stores you pass on on the way to to work and on your way home um and it’s able to i mean to actually feed you information based on that like and give you suggestions like where you could where you could shop and all that so but the thing is is that all this this um qr code business they’re doing in china they’re actually using um like somebody said um in the chat just now it has a microphone and is listening yes it has a microphone has cameras it has um an accelerometer so it can be is it can behave um just like a pedometer it knows how like like how far you walked um it knows how how how much time you spend walking versus driving um because of it can pick up the impulses from your footsteps and so on so um and a lot of people don’t realize that when you’re carrying around a smartphone you are feeding all that data directly to a server somewhere to a data center um where it’s sold on um the dream of claus schwaab and you’ve all know a harari and the like is essentially to take all those same sensors that are in a smartphone and integrate them directly into the human body so that you you are feeding uh big data and data centers with your biometric data and your um your health information and um uh your your vital signs and your your current your current location status et cetera et cetera et cetera um just feeding it all to a data center somewhere and so they can then take those data sets and then pass them to deep learning algorithms to try and suss out and predict what human behavior will look like in the future over the long term um that’s my academic and you know when you get a lab and what have you you’re strongly encouraged to look for patents and um spin-offs and what have you and you know i i was very very close to being on the other side of the fence because you know we had a uh an approach where we could you know we’d done the work mapping neural circuits and we were getting it onto um real time um prediction of what what behavior is being expressed and i would write proposals and grants that was all couched in um being able to mitigate maladaptive behavior all the scientists who are working on this kind of thing are essentially siloed to such a degree that you guys don’t even realize what you’re working on and how it could be applied to human social behavior i was just thinking money dude money that was going to be rich it’s reasonable it’s i mean it’s it’s your career it’s it’s how you it’s how you get ahead but it’s the thing about it is that you know a lot of people don’t realize you know this stuff is going to be applied to social engineering on a ridiculous insane scale yeah yeah um it’s it’s incredibly dangerous and look the sad the sad fact is is that the only place that there’s any ethical discussion is the same institutes that are kicking you in the arse to go and make these patents and start these spin-off companies right right they give zero fucks about any ethics and what it means for human autonomy and sovereignty zero right do you have a new technology great we’ll have a piece of that keep going and then the thing is they make sure that they take the lion’s share of any royalties that would come from any patents that you spin out it was a sick system and just got sicker over the last few years if you um uh look at uh for instance um uh was adam curtis’s documentary hyper normalization um where he goes into detail about how essentially um populists on both sides have been pushed into a kind of a state of hyper reality where we’re engaging with a boogeyman that doesn’t even really exist um the real boogeyman is here is managerialism yes it is it’s the set of beliefs that you know that human behavior can can just be reduced to to game theory um that you can that you can apply nash equilibria and uh fancy diagrams to human social relations and that you can just essentially use like like um the same practices used in scientific management of like a factory floor and system cybernetics to alter human behavior on large scales yeah that’s the problem with this you present a pseudo algorithm of flow charts and um boxes and decision trees and what have you they love you for it they’ll throw money at you right because they think that they’ve um um they’ve got another another way to yeah i like i like this hyper hyper reality concept right to using using hyper reality they have imprisoned a large portion of the world’s population in a mental prison where where people believe that democracy is still a real thing it’s it’s i mean how can how can we say that democracy has any effect whatsoever on our living conditions when all real matters of import um regarding the economy and um and jobs and our and compensation and so on are decided by supranational institutions that are are staffed by unelected bureaucrats yeah and no no one talks about that they they still try and sell you on um the the left right paradigm and we’ve just seen that writ large in the in the u.s. and and the last month and you know that that red wave that was supposed to be coming somehow magically didn’t appear and it’s all pointless they get people emotionally invested in the idea of voting but but if our elected representatives don’t decide how we’re employed and how how we’re treated by our employers and how um how and don’t decide the balance of trade if that’s decided by by central bankers if it’s decided by the bank of international settlements and the imf and the world bank and so on um then there’s no point in voting i mean you’re electing somebody who has no power someone who’s just a figurehead yeah for those people yeah and and that’s the very definition of uh the deep state except the deep state in this instance is as you said transnational and subject to zero zero which zero oversight zero public scrutiny they just they they would much rather prefer it the thing about the man the technocratic managerialist state is that they would much rather that you not even realize that they exist because the the moment you start to kind of you know interrogate the problem the here of supranational power usurping our sovereignty um then you start to realize you know we’re in a really bad way here yes we we’ve allowed these these um freaks in switzerland to take control of everything yeah and yeah that’s that’s another little viper’s nest that needs um dousing with gasoline and and lying let it burn right we can’t we can’t have these organizations or we can’t concede the control that we are doing to these organizations and the reason the reason why they are so hostile to populism and nationalism is because it it goes against their entire framework they are in order for their in order for managerialism to work at all it has to be global it has to touch everything it has to it has to be nosy it has to snoop snoop into every single human process every single social process every economic process every political process and the moment you have a nation kind of you know embracing nationalism and withdrawing from the international system then it ceases to be under the control of the managers yeah which is why they’re so vehemently against nationalism except when it’s uh it suits their cause and then and then we can uh literally applaud stunning and brave nazis um engaging in war crimes right the the juxtaposition between how how they treat citizens like myself right who you know for a long time i was concerned i didn’t like the idea of the eu and sort of transnational organizations asserting the country naively back then i thought that you know we would be able to sort of claw back some power but even even brexit just showed no nothing changed different uh what’s the thing different uh oh i forget now new boss same as the old boss or whatever something like that right it goes right and um nothing changed and the the uk is still engaged in warmongering uh in places it shouldn’t be poking its business i i lay a lot of the blame for the um nord stream pipe blowing up i bet you that was um british royal navy i i i actually not so sure it was us i think i think that was uh britain and probably um i’ve i’ve got a well i i know why they’re doing it but but at a surface level it makes no sense that the british should be involved in ukraine there’s nothing there for britain right um well there’s nothing there for britain but there’s definitely something there for the for the managerial overclass and that is that is in in fact um a giant money laundering center which is really what it is it’s a way to funnel funds from our countries from our coffers right back into the pockets of their cronies yep and in i would just add to that um organ harvesting ukraine is replete with it and it’s it’s not enough for them to get uh all the all the babies that are sucked out of women at planned parenthood they they still need more right i guess stem cells aren’t enough they need adult organs and um i i i was having this discussion with ryan dawson on saturday and you know but which which country do you hold up there as as some of the worst examples of where um organ harvesting and trafficking is known to occur is it ukraine yes or china right and and i guess you could say probably china is worse because it’s it’s state sanctioned to a much larger degree right look at ft look at the ftx collapse ftx um we’re essentially being used as a middleman for money laundering operations and not only that they funded the the together trial that discredited ivermectin i know right it just doesn’t get anyone’s like i was trying to scan an article i had earlier but like the guy’s brother right was part of um some vaccine advocacy group um i don’t see it here i’d have to i’d have i’d have to i’d have to really dive into the the article itself but i i mean i will do a a stream about this but um it’s if this is just in your face um corruption and you have to ask why they why they just let it collapse when they did and um i don’t know maybe maybe they thought that they’d stymied the elections in the u.s enough and um i i mean we don’t know the details in the background but what it really is is they they want to eventually collapse bitcoin and uh and cryptocurrencies in preparation for a um a transition to a central bank digital currency of some type that’s programmable that allows them to um and entirely cashless that allows them to uh set rations that likes to do to do rationing so that when people um go to the grocery store and try and buy more than their carbon allotments worth of steak for the month um it denies their card. Steak? You won’t be getting any steak bro that’s just for those arseholes flying into egypt on their private jets. You might get some some battery farm chicken right but uh yeah that’s good that’s gonna be most yeah that’s gonna be uh severely limited. Have you seen those those uh leonardo abyss animations? No no. You haven’t? How about let’s do it i need to see a link because uh let me see if i can send you a link but yeah this this whole um fiasco that’s sort of taken place and in the last wow i don’t know where you sort of bookend it and you know i like 911 as sort of like the beginning right of where where things really began the accelerationism began but yeah all those that wanted accelerationism you’ve got it it’s coming for you right now but it’s it’s on their terms not yours and you know i really wish i had um good good solutions to that and you know i guess you know building and decentralizing platforms like i’m trying to do is one way um parallel society yeah parallel societies you sort of got to be a little chameleon like in pretty much uh how we uh live all right let me all right let me let me bring this up the way things are going um they’re awesome fear is the path to the dark side the fear of change of progress yes you could defeat the sith eat the box not this time meat eaters and sectors ventures eat the bugs the global food shortages the collapsing supply chains we’ve warned you about the climate crisis and now you reap what you have sown but there is still hope thanks again to science we have a solution insects a sustainable equitable and nutritious source of protein for a fraction of the carbon footprint of livestock we can finally put an end to the so let’s turn this crisis into an opportunity to bring equality to our food systems to mandate social and cultural change be a net i like your heart eat the bugs bugs and cut this gets better so so or is it out of window uh progress this contract is unlocked would you like to try a level six gig yes okay deliver a package from your local amazon node to pod 512 and 165 spider man road i accept warning this take requires 100 percent of your collateral to be staked do you consent i can say if And then, it’s real! 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Very cool. It may be melodramatic, but we’re very, very close to that type of system. Well, look at the ongoing adoption of smart city technology in Singapore and South Korea’s Songdo International Business District. That’s actually what they’re kind of going for is something that’s almost exactly like this. With constant tracking of people’s movements. CCTV cameras everywhere. AIs tracking people and categorizing objects where they use shape recognition to know if it’s a car or a person. They’ve gotten to be so good now. An AI can very easily tell someone’s emotional state from their facial expression. Yeah, that’s what we were doing. And, you know, again, shamefully, what I would do was wrap it in, you know, a big thing that we were aiming for was gambling and alcoholism. Because we figured, you know, we thought that we had a good enough handle on those limbic pathways and data from the monkey showed that you could sort of interrupt a behavior well enough that it might you might not stop it. But the idea being that you would give someone reflection for pause, particularly if you could associate the brain state. And again, what would you tie it into? Oh, he’s heading towards the bookies. He’s heading towards the off license. You zap and you see if you can interrupt the behavior that way. And I was all in on that ship. That was the next the next step for deep brain stimulation. That’s the thing is if you have access to the limbic system like that, you essentially have Pavlovian control of human behavior. And this is not something that’s that’s hypothetical either. It’s something where they’ve actually done it with with DBS electrodes therapeutically. Look at that case that one woman with like treatment was a depression. And they gave her this brain pacemaker that looks for signs of anxiety from the amygdala and then zaps the nucleus accumbens to produce. Was there an echo? No, no. There might have been because I was relaying it so you could listen to it, but it’s off now. It should be fixed. Yeah, the ground technology is there and the neuroanatomy and the neuroscience is there. The one barrier at the moment is that in order to get a DBS probe in, there’s a degree of precision required. Plus, you’ve got to crack open the skull. You’ve got a lot of people here in chat saying that we’ve got a really bad echo. Yeah, it should stop. It should stop. Just let it catch up and it’s good now.

It’s good now. And so there is that sort of constraint, but in China they didn’t have that constraint. They could literally mandate to go and get these DBS devices. For socially maladaptive behaviors. The thing about it is that the way that DBS electrode therapy, the way they envisage this as something where you can take a signal from the amygdala and then stimulate the nucleus accumbens to produce a sense of euphoria to counteract that. Really, if we think about that for a moment, wouldn’t that basically encourage maladaptive behaviors in somebody? This is something where you’re activating the reward pathways due to anxiety. A device like that could cause someone to just reflexively, without even realizing it, seek out situations that cause them anxiety so that the pacemaker produces reward. A bit of operant conditioning. Exactly. The conditioning could cause them to want to go on roller coaster rides more often or do risky behavior like maybe drunk driving at 100 miles per hour down the road, something that would ordinarily stress someone out. Now it’s giving them euphoria.

So what we found was that you could stimulate that. I can’t tell from the monkey what it’s internally feeling. We could only ever... Someone in the stream in the chat there said wing-suiting. Yeah. Well, the idea with what we would do is that it would interrupt the goal-driven behavior. So going to the off-license, going to the book is a goal-driven behavior, and that’s part of the motivational reward saliency pathways that are dopaminergically linked. What it is, is they want to be able to reach into people’s heads and alter their level of satiety at any given moment so they don’t have goals, or rather so that they’re satisfied without having any goals.

Yeah, and this is what we saw in the monkey. I don’t know whether the monkey is euphoric enough, but it was enough to interrupt a goal-driven behavior where they would be highly motivated because the only time they could get water was in the experimental booth. So they would sit there for hours and hours doing thousands and thousands of button presses to make sure that they got the needed water supply for the day, and you could interrupt that. Now the problem with it was that it could be successful two, three, four times, but somehow the novelty would wear off, and they would just carry on doing the natural behavior and ignore the stimulus coming in. So we’re still a long way from having the fine mapping and resolution required to be able to finally tune someone’s behavior. But you’ve got to start somewhere, right? And this idea of being able to treat addictive behaviors is a big area of research. There is experimental evidence, and if you can show experimental evidence in an objective system like a primate, then you’re on solid footing to get the grants and patent applications that these institutes are so interested in. What it looks like to me is that they’re after something that could be used for mass pacification. And if you have populist uprisings from one end of the planet to the other against globalism, against shrinking opportunities and the loss of upward mobility, and if the managerial caste don’t want there to be any upward mobility, if they want there to be essentially a hereditary caste system where people are just locked into whatever class they’re born into, then it stands to reason that the way they would seek to cement this is by manipulating the human mind so that people are not motivated, they’re not ambitious. So they’re basically just, you know, are satisfied with trivial things. The pod that we just looked at on that animation. And living in a pod, eating cricket paste, and so on. Cricket paste? God, that’s so gross. I found out an interesting factoid the other day.

Someone else mentioned Soma from Brave New World. Exactly. And then there’s G23 Paxilon Hydrochlorate from Serenity. Serenity? Oh, the movie? The movie adaptation of Firefly. Of course, that’s how you get Reavers. How you get what? The Reavers. Well, I mean, what happened was it kind of malfunctioned and then like something like a tenth of a percent of the people who were under the effect of this drug instead became like psychotically aggressive. I have to go back and watch that. That’s awesome. Watch that movie.

Are we at a position right now where all their plans and machinations are rolling out as they predicted and wanted? I don’t think so, right? And I don’t know what caused them to go down this pathway. I’d have waited another 10 years, right? You would just have a few more people who were born pre-internet die off. What’s weird to me is how they seem to be rushing all this stuff through and really exposing themselves to risk. Right. I mean, exposing their plans to such a degree because they’re opening themselves up to retaliation on a huge scale. And really, honestly, they had all the cards in their hands. I mean, they didn’t need to push so hard. They just needed to wait 10 years. They didn’t need to push society to the breaking point. All they had to do was be patient.

There has to be some other reason why they’re rushing. Yeah. And I could think of a bunch of different reasons. Part of my go-to, shout out to, Mark Kulacz, he’s got this premise that we’re at the point of sort of peak genetic diversity right now. And beyond this, particularly if you take Western first world countries as a metric, the number of offspring drops precipitously, particularly as they get, as they sort of force women into the workplace. It’s a requirement to have two wage earners to keep a roof over your head. And it may be that because they have automated the warfare so much, the algorithms driving the warfare, that it was a computational decision to flick the switch when they did.

And maybe Trump was a catalyst in that. Maybe they thought he was such an existential danger to exposing their long term goals that they thought that they had no other choice. And so we find ourselves in the post-SARS pandemic world. It isn’t so much Trump. Rather, it’s the populist sentiments that his presidency unearthed. What I think they’re afraid of is the larger mass of people that are coming forward now that are like, hey, why have all our opportunities dried up? Why is it that we’re running this massive trade deficit? Why is it that free trade has allowed all of our, all these good paying factory jobs to move over to China?

People are wondering, and it’s very, it’s actually, it’s very reasonable for people to wonder this. Like, where is the opportunity gone? Because our parents, the last generation, last few generations anyway, they had where they could just come right out of high school, just graduated from high school, and go work a factory job for a few years, and then they’d have enough to make a down payment on a home. Whereas this generation are going to college, they’re getting like $50,000 to $100,000 in college debt to the point where they’re going to be paying it off for like 30 years. Like pretty much most of the time they’re working, like before they retire. They’re never actually going to be able to pay it off. I mean, pay it off until they’re like just a few years away from retirement. And these kids are getting these degrees in communications, in business management, and underwater basket weaving, whatever. And they’re expecting, they are expecting to have good paying jobs right out of college, but they don’t exist. I mean, at least not for those degrees, not for those kind of easier degree paths. These kids are ending up asking me if I’d like fries with that.

Yes. Yeah. And those jobs are disappearing as well, because that will all get automated away just as a little anecdote here. Occasionally for a treat, just so waifu doesn’t have to cook, we would go to a chain restaurant. You know, there’s not a whole bunch around here. In Japan it’s called Gusto and, you know, it’s cheap food, but it’s kid friendly and, you know, got kids menu and what have you. And before I went to the US, we hadn’t been there in a while, but we turned up and literally, they’ve got little fucking robots shuttling around the restaurant. And you have to place your order on a little touchpad, right? And there’s, so there was no waitstaff. There was one woman whose role was basically, I guess, just seat you at your table, clean up the tables after you’re gone.

And then you did the work. You gave your order and then this little stupid robot wheeled it over. And, you know, the kids found it sort of amusing and stuff. But I said to my wife, I’m never coming back here again. Why should we, you know, I came here so that my wife didn’t have to work. My wife has to do all the touchpad things because it’s all Japanese. She’s still, she’s still having to work. And the thing about it is, you know, back in the, if you look at post-World War II America, post-World War II America was basically the envy of the entire world. Industrial powerhouse beyond imagining, graduated more STEM degrees than basically anyone else. And the technological renaissance this enabled throughout the 60s and 70s, it was huge. But, but then like something happened in the past, you know, within the past several decades where the- Henry Kissinger happened, sir. Henry Kissinger, Zbigniew Brzezinski and Richard Nixon happened. And what happened was that all that prosperity just kind of dried up. America, it became an R&D powerhouse and still is, but most of the stuff that we invent here isn’t produced here. It’s built in China. And the reason why they do that is because the cost of labor is a fraction what it is here. I mean, like a factory, a decent paying factory job in the US could have been like, oh, $28 an hour. In China, around 2010, it’s like 50 cents an hour. It’s a fraction. I mean, just, and even after like a few raises, like throughout the 2010s, Chinese factory workers are still making like, like maximally like $2 an hour, $4 an hour. And they were working mandatory overtime, 16 hours a day. And little kids, like 16, 17 year olds, passing out on assembly lines, spending all day sticking to like pulling, peeling the feet off of for computer mice off of pads and fixing them to the bottom of like an Intellimouse Explorer or whatever. Yeah, yeah. Well, and nonstop for 16 hours straight, thousands of these, like a human robot, and being paid like something like literally slavery wages. And not only that, these kids, they have these curfews, essentially where these kids were forced to stay in the factory dormitories. Because if they went outside, you know, they’d be locked out. And if they went outside to get something to eat down the street, it was cheaper than buying something at the company’s cafeteria. And so basically these companies lock these kids in, and they force them to spend most of their paycheck at the company’s own cafeteria. So a large portion of their paycheck goes right back into the company. Just like just like company stores in coal mining towns in the US way back in the day.

So so dark, bro. You know, like Tennessee Ernie Ford, like you load the 16 tons. What do you get? a day older and deeper in debt. Yeah, yeah. And, you know, and part of that mechanism was making sure that you, you do stay in debt. And that’s, that’s how they’ve managed to, I would argue, despite the industrial capacity being gutted from the West, they’ve, they’ve encouraged a debt based lifestyle to maintain any quality of lifestyle. America, with our R&D centric economy. I mean, most of the highest paying jobs are a tiny, tiny fraction of the total size of the economy. Yeah, and it’s and the rest of it is like this services. Service industry bozo work. It’s like, I mean, literally like dog washers and and overnight pizza delivery men and like friggin it’s all this nonsense. Bullshit jobs. Exactly bullshit jobs, providing providing services for a tiny, tiny fraction of like white collar workers who do all this R&D and the people who manage those people and the managers of the managers who don’t really do anything of any import. All of most of the large portion of our of our workforce in this country is just services for those people. And if it’s not services, then it’s, it’s agriculture. It’s Amazon. Like Amazon warehouse workers, long haul, like truck drivers, you know, sending produce to supermarkets and stuff like that. So the thing about it, what we’re seeing here with all this this talk about like server to servitization like switching private property over like a subscription model, kind of a thing, things that you the people used to buy instead now you lease it.

They plan on essentially like like engage in like renteerism, just just collecting rents on on all this land. What they’re really doing what they’re attacking in America is ruralism, because it’s because it’s politically opposed to the interests of the globalists. They’re attacking the heartlands of America. The suburban and rural dwellers who, you know, who live outside the hubs of financial and R&D power, the big the big liberal coastal cities that produce all this funny money off of dual use tech. Yes. Well, I mean, a large portion of it is financial paper shuffling that produces nothing of any value to society whatsoever. How dare you, sir, I was all invested in FTX. That was going to be a winner. It’s all just speculation on complete nonsense. It’s just garbage. I like to take for instance the the subprime lending crisis in here in the US like back in was it 2008. That came about. The funny thing is, is that like municipal I mean like governments in like I think it was like Iceland and some parts of like Scandinavia or something. We’re actually using these as hedges to fund like public works. Yeah, they were speculating on American real estate and subprime lending and derivatives thereof to fund their infrastructure. So when they collapse, it’s like, oh, holy crap, how are we going to pay for roads and and rail? Yeah, it’s and it’s just got worse. It’s just got all these subprime loans packaged up into derivatives. Essentially, the existence of those financial instruments, I mean, the whole point of those types of financial instruments is to conceal just how risky they are. It’s to conceal their risk and the liability that you take on by investing in things like that.

Yeah, but they just, you know, I had, I had a glimmer of hope when I was in the US, dude, and there’s a, you know, it was refreshing to sort of see the resistive mindset that’s imbued in all the Americans that I met when I was there. And if if there’s anywhere that’s in a position to be able to push back, it is the United States. And I hope I pray that it’s a sort of bloodless type of revolution is the right word, but transition, I guess. Yeah, well, people, well, the key is to get the first thing people have to do is recognize the threat. That’s the that’s the first thing because the threat has taken, I mean, has gone to great lengths to try and make itself invisible. Yes. And because it is tied up in all these supranational institutions that most people never even heard of. You think that the average long haul trucker has heard of the Bank of International Settlements and the IMF and the World Bank?

Maybe some of them have. Sure. But, you know, a lot of these people are railing against globalist institutions without even realizing, you know, how they’re composed. I mean, who the responsible parties actually are and the names of these organizations. And it’s kind of like they’re just they’re kind of like just shaking their fist to the cloud. So these people need to actually organize and need to name the threat. Yeah. Well, you could argue we’re all sort of railing or tilting a windmill somewhat.

But the question comes down to what’s what’s the what’s the most peaceful, navigable path out of this very, very dangerous spiral right now. And, you know, you have to decentralize everything. You have to make sure that we can maintain comms and build very difficult. Yes. The reason why that’s so difficult is because everything around us is 100% reliant on cheap. Number one, cheap Chinese slave labor. Number two, just in time logistics. And number three, managers of managers of managers of managers. These people have built this extremely complex web of relationships that is that’s basically reliant on the practices of managerialism just for it to work at all. If you want to talk about having a parallel society and decentralizing, it’s like then how are you going to take advantage of economies of scale? Then how are you going to feed millions of people? How are you going to provide for the for telecommunications and so on and so forth? It’s the kind of thing is that what they’ve done is they’ve made it so you can’t live without them.

Yeah. And because of that, it’s like any solution that you could propose to the problem of the globalists almost inevitably starts to look like something that they would propose. It’s basically basically just take the reins away from them. And now you have all the same problems. Someone in my chat has just said, not sure it will change without violence. Look, I would argue, Jack, that this the system is incredibly fragile. Right. Just look at the lengths they’ll go to censor me and I’m nobody. Right. And they cannot stand the slightest criticism or dissent leaking out. And I would make the argument that we’ve never had so much dissent leaking out as we have right now. And that’s why I’ve sort of got hope in this particular environment. Because as Spark was just saying, it’s accelerated massively. So they’ve gone all in. Right. There’s no going back for them. And the simple fact is, there’s more of us than them. And once all the managerial class realized that all those sketchy financial instruments that they think they’ve built their cushy pensions on are literally worth nothing. They’re going to join in too. They’ve got children as well.

And the reason why I hope that this doesn’t sink into violence and civil war and all of that is because if that were to happen, the responsible parties would simply go underground and nobody would be able to even touch them. It would essentially be a bloodbath of the working class. That’s what we need. What we need is for the ringleaders to be rounded up and face a court. That is what I put my efforts into. And it’s why I don’t sit here inciting violence. Look, I’m all for protest. Yes. Get out and protest. We saw in Canada again how fragile they were when the truckers decided that they were going to shut the country down. That last month. Yeah. And we’ve got What’s Ryan calling him? Son of Castro. Basically in a court again this week, lying to the public about how these truckers were using children as shields and basically embellishing everything that went on. And, you know, people see that the emperor has no clothes at this point. And if even if we just manage to break off 1% that sort of say, okay, we’re going to do everything that we can to spike the big data acquisition managerialism control networks.

That’s a win. In my book, you can’t save everyone and just try and, you know, look after those that do do make the jump, I guess, and, you know, sometimes making that jump can be a scary, scary proposition, particularly if you’re Yeah, they’ve got you hooked up with student debts and mortgages and what have you. Look at, look at the culture war in the US over the past 10, 10, 20 years, and the way things have been going with that, and especially how it ramped up after Occupy Wall Street. They were, I mean, I think that the overclass were very, very scared that there was going to actually be a populist revolt against their policies that have led to recession after recession. Credit, credit crunch after credit crunch bubbles bursting every, every decade or so. It’s like people, people are really pissed off because especially the younger generation who have missed a lot of life milestones and haven’t been able to buy a house or do anything their parents did at their age. And then what people don’t realize is that all this, this real estate around us is essentially being used as a store of value by foreign institutional investors. It’s like, I mean, literally, it’s nobody can afford to buy. What is it like a 2000 square foot little tank cheesy cracker box house for half a million dollars. Nobody can afford that. It’s ridiculous.

It’s not, I mean, these houses are not being used as houses. They’re being used as gold. Yeah, essentially, they’re being used as a store of value. Yeah. And it’s, it’s all just made up nonsense. I mean, there’s no reason why we should have a shortage of housing in America. We have the industrial capacity. We have the general contractors and the ability to build any arbitrary amount of housing that we want. The reason why we don’t is because it would drive down the price. And so to people in the chat that sort of, so I’m just saying mortgage for 30 years here. Look, sell, and move somewhere that’s much, much cheaper. Right. That would be my advice. You know, that’s what I did. I bought a shitty broken down house. It took every penny that I had, but I managed to live a very, very meager, but stable existence. And I’m not subject to a lot of the control mechanisms that a lot of people have. I guess a lot of people are tricked into it. Right. This I’ll concede, but you don’t have to go that way. There’s no, you don’t have to live in the city. There are other ways to get around this problem. And, you know, at the end of the day, it comes down to having a community that you can be part of. That’s family and community. That’s one of the driving forces behind or the necessities towards spiritual fulfillment.

And we’re lucky right now that we’ve got the technology where all across the globe, people are tuning in to listen, both myself and Spartacus, lay out systematically what, what the problems are that we’re facing. And I’m telling you, the solutions are within most people’s grasp. Right. And yeah, you may have to let go of the fancy job that you think imbues you with some sort of self esteem. But what cost is that job? What cost is that debt? That would be my questions to you. And I do think that if most people really sat down and thought about what it is that they need, you’d be surprised at how little you can get by on.

Have people seen this paper on nanotransducers for wireless neuromodulation on ScienceDirect, Elsevier? Yeah, let’s bring that up. We’ll sort of go out. Yeah, let me just pull that up. So this, this is the some of the new neuroscience tools that have been around for a while, but the idea that you can non invasively trigger neural activity through acoustic, thermal, ultrasound type. Exactly. This is this kind of work underpins a lot of what DARPA have been trying to do with the next generation non surgical neurotechnology type platforms. Which I will just quickly add. If you want to put your graph in the chat, go to Sparkus’s very, very awesome network diagram. I called it Venn diagram got told off last time. Let me see if I can find the ENFREE program on here. Are you still seeing on the screen? I believe it should be on the right. Yeah, that’s kind of where I remember it being, but ENFREE, there it is. So you can see kind of what branches off from there. You can see that the head of Battelle’s team, or I believe former head of Battelle’s team, Gaurav Sharma, was formerly part of DTRA’s blood brain barrier program to investigate viruses, proteins, peptides, et cetera, that could penetrate or weaken or permeabilize the blood brain barrier. And I found this kind of striking because SARS-CoV-2 spike S1 subunits have been proven to permeabilize the blood brain barrier. And I mean, there’s no question about it. They absolutely do. If you introduce SARS-CoV-2 S1 into somebody’s body, it will permeabilize their blood brain barrier and allow other substances to bypass it more easily. So in theory. But the reason why I find that so striking is because that’s the same defense threat reduction agency that has been funding EcoHealth Alliance and their work as well. So this could be a next generation iteration of the technology that I would mess around with, which would require, if you want to hit deep limbic regions in a human, you’re talking about an electrode that’s sort of 20 centimeters long. You’ve got a ton of wires through the neck and have a pacemaker. These things are so much more advanced than that. It’s not even funny. And that’s similar to like Neuralink, right? You’re talking about like microelectrodes and stuff. That sort of technology has been around for decades. I mean, we’re talking about the stuff from like back in the 90s now. And Neuralink’s electrodes are supposed to be like much, much thinner than a human hair. But the nanotransducers that they’re investigating, for instance, Battelle’s brainstorms program, those are supposed to be something like 20 nanometers across, little tiny core and shell nanoparticle that’s smaller than a virus by far. And the idea behind it, and this isn’t even a nanomachine. Some people like hear about this and they think like, oh, nanobots and stuff, but it’s actually it’s not. It’s it is we’re talking we’re talking about here is a nanoparticle that is very, very basic. It doesn’t have any any machinery of any kind inside it. It’s it’s literally just a basically like a conductive nanoparticle. And the point of this is to sensitize brain tissue to wireless energy. So you can have electromagnetic energy, RF, ultrasound, infrared light, anything that can get through the skull. Go in, energize this nanotransducer and then the nanotransducer in turn activates membrane bound ion channels to change the membrane potential of that cell. And that’s something that and the reason why I find this so alarming is because that’s not something that can that is just specific to neurons. This is something where if you were to use these on someone’s like heart muscle cells, for instance, you could you could force like a massive uptake of calcium ions or something and then make them go down with a heart attack. This could be used to kill somebody. Yeah, well, DBS can kill people. I can attest to that. But the I mean, you could use it to attack, for instance, the brain stem and the cardiorespiratory center and then shut and shut down somebody’s heart or their breathing from there. And, you know, the the important point here is that these these programs are ongoing, and they’re not receiving any degree of public scrutiny beyond No, nothing at all. It’s like nobody has any idea what these people are working on. It’s it’s shocking. I mean, look at look up Battelle’s brainstorms and Rice’s MOANA program. And they’re already performing experiments with like fruit flies and stuff where they’ve actually they’ve been able to manipulate the fly’s brain and changes behavior using a magnetic field after introducing these nanoparticles into its brain. They’ve already done they’re already at the point now where this isn’t something that’s just on paper. They’re actually doing in vivo studies in animals. Granted, a human isn’t a fruit fly, of course, but this is still the intent is there. Right. Yes. And like I said, the only way that you would know about these programs is through the PR departments of the institutions in which they’re being done at best. Right. The the stuff being done under defense contracting. Yes, you’re not you’re not going to find anything of Public public record that would that would really lay out what it is that they’re doing. I didn’t get a hit. I just I just sent you I just sent you the link Feds fund creation of headset for high speed brain link. That’s Rice’s MOANA. And I’d say that between the six the six teams working on in three Rice and Battelle’s teams are the ones that are probably the furthest ahead. So there’s there’s this and then there’s also this I just sent you another link. The way Battelle’s brainstorms system is supposed to work. You have these little magneto electric now transducers that go into the brain tissue, then you have the subject where a helmet that this hasn’t been tested in humans yet probably won’t be for years. But unless they’re doing it already, but we just don’t know about it. But the way this works is essentially it turns the human brain into like a Wacom pen kind of a deal. It’s like you have this you have you would have A helmet that contains like a printed circuit board or like or flexible circuitry that produce like like closely coupled like B fields to power these little tiny now transducers by magnetic resonant coupling. So it’s the same exact technology that that powers like a Wacom pen like a pen digitizer that people use to do digital art with. It’s, it’s the same way. Like pretty much any like wireless induction like close coupled induction device works. So, I mean, as a sort of counter to this, I mean, I’m looking at their little nano transducer there. I would wonder about permanence in the brain. Exactly. They that is something that they have definitely stated as a goal for the entry program is reversibility. They want to be able to to chelate these things out of the brain when they’re no longer needed so they can be replaced with a next generation model if necessary. And again, you know, what ethics board is is sitting there and allowing or just thinking that this is the way to go because, you know, getting back to the managerial managerialism. Right. But you’re going to have to put on your helmet and well, that’s only for for like near field. If you have a transducer that’s that responds to far field RF, which of course would, you know, cause a lot more issues with the brain with RF heating because of the sheer amount of energy that would be required. Then in theory, you could probably use a 5G base station to power these because 5G base stations actually have phased array antennas and they’re capable of beamforming and MIMO and they can concentrate wireless energy in very, very small volumes of space. Relatively speaking, they could hit this like a man’s a man’s size target or a target the size of someone’s head within maybe 100 yards. So we’re talking about something now where potentially within maybe 10 years or so, we’ll start to see essentially like a wireless smart grid, like a control grid that uses implanted transducers of this type to render people docile on a large on a societal scale. Well, that’s something that they could probably do by about 2030 or 2040 the way I see it. I’m looking at their setup here and you know it’s all in dishes, culture plates, but you can see the magnetic coil here and again, my concern right now is the fact that the intent is there and the enemy, for want of a better expression, have shown that they’re willing to go to any lengths to achieve their goals. I mean, there’s absolutely no reason why they should be allowed to have this sort of technology without public scrutiny on a massive scale. The fact that this has gone unreported in the media is just shocking to me. Check this out. I’m sending you a video on YouTube from Rice University regarding MOANA. The title of the video is “Wireless Linkage of Brains May Soon Go to Human Testing” and this video was posted in the middle of the beginning of last year. This project started because the government was interested in developing better ways for us to connect to the brain. We have this massive amount of data coming in, massive amount of data trying to come out, and they’ve been thinking how can we make it more efficient for us to communicate. Normally we think about tapping into people’s brains and they’re like, whoa, hold on a minute, I don’t want to have someone in a certain... Yeah, hold on a minute, buddy. And it’s really not a viable way forward if we’re just talking about a healthy subject or a healthy person, healthy soldier trying to control his or her drone better. Given the fact that we want to be able to communicate more quickly with our external device, we don’t want to have surgery. We can’t come up with a non-surgical brain, external device, a helmet, a hat that would allow us to capture signals from the brain and simulate the brain as though we were sitting in front of a monitor. And that’s the big idea, this non-surgical neural interface. So it sounds a little wacky, is this even possible? And so we began by simply looking at what are the physical processes we could do, what are the techniques that might give us the ability to communicate with the brain through the skull. So we started this in a very exploratory phase, and we looked at how we might be able to use magnetic fields and how we might be able to use light. Both of these things can penetrate the skull, and we wanted to understand if signals from the magnetic field of light would allow us to record and stimulate the brain. As the magnet turns on, the flies are stimulated, so we’re working to simulate their brain using nanoparticles that I’ve already injected into the flies. So when people hear about programs that are designed to build a brain interface, particularly programs done by the government, people naturally get concerned. And what I want to make clear is that the systems we’re developing are really designed to help patients. You know, the long-term vision is that maybe... Fuck these assholes, right? And look, let me tell you folks, right? All of it wrapped up in, oh, we’re here to help you. When they come and tell you that, right? Lock and fucking load, right? Right, right. Jesus Christ. Jesus Christ. I can tell you, I was on the other side, and I would wrap all kinds of dangerous shit up in that language. Holy shit. And look, this dude looks about fucking 25 years old. What fucking ethical framework has he been able to build through his adverse-ridden lifestyle? This has been a pampered little baby put into a position where he’s dealing with some of the most dangerous technologies that are out there. Holy shit. Let’s see what else he has to say. help people who are healthy individuals who might want to have a better way to control a drone or other technology. But most immediately what we’re thinking about are ways that we can help patients who are blind. For example, individuals with the possibility to see what scientists have been able to show that if I stimulate parts of the brain that are associated with vision, those patients can get a sense of vision even though their eyes don’t work. The technology that we’re building now is to stimulate the brain in specific ways. Specifically, we’re stimulating the parts of the sensory system so that you can recover your sense of vision. And playing that forward to what this might mean for people in the private sector, people in the military, is to be an alternative to your disability. Just the private sector, military, nothing to worry about there, folks. We went from blind people to your fucking oppressors. Your hate, right? Keep going. Hilarious. ...enable you to go and kill dissidents that bit easier. You don’t have to flop out the laptop to control that drone. Exactly. Now you have the quadrotor just being controlled by your mind and you have essentially a bird’s eye view right inside your head without any display goggles. Or at least that’s the way they’re selling it. It’s mind blowing to me. I’m glad I’m out of that system, man. It would have been very, very easy for me. It would have been me sat there. She is ahead of these fuckers. DARPA’s broad agency announcement, Next Generation Non-Surgical Neurotechnology, dated March 23, 2018, where they go into detail about the technology that they’re after. They want something that has two-way communication with the brain, something that can reach single neuron resolution of less than 50 cubic micrometers, just teeny tiny levels of resolution. They want it to not just be able to stimulate brain tissue, but also to be able to read out, to be able to determine what a given neuron is doing at any moment in time. They want the technology to be something that’s not invasive, that does not require anything like Neuralink, where you’re drilling a hole in someone’s skull and resecting the dura, which is very, very invasive. What they want is something that can be injected, inhaled, and then can reach the brain either by a viral vector or by a self assembly approach. These neurotransducers are so small that in theory, if you doped them with like transfection tags or put them in lipid nanoparticles or something, you could slip them into brain cells directly and have them reside in the intracellular space. Look folks, we’re a long way from this technology rolling out, but again, it’s the intent. The intent, yes. Just read this fucking paragraph here, dude. DARPA is soliciting innovative proposals to revolutionize the non-surgical bi-directional neural interface. State of the art high resolution single neuron or neuronal ensemble neural interfaces are invasive, requiring surgical implantation of medical or silicon based electrodes into brain tissue on the surface of the brain. Current high resolution neural interfaces are not a feasible solution for the able-bodied warfighter. No mention of blind people there or people who have been in car accidents for fucking soldiers! For the jackboot that’s gonna come! And the thing is, they are promoting this as if this is something that soldiers could use to control the drone or to gather intelligence or to communicate more effectively with other soldiers. This reminds me of, if anyone in the comments have played Metal Gear Solid 4, this reminds me of the SOP system, the Patriot system or whatever it was, where they had essentially soldiers hive-minded together who could share sensory information between each other’s brains to some extent. And all act as one organism kind of a thing. Basically kind of like the system that the F-35 and Raptor has, right? Right. So they have this, I’m not sure how it works, but essentially the helmet that they wear allows them to sort of have like 360 degree vision. To see through the fuselage. Yeah. You have like a electro-optical, you know, you have cameras on the outside or maybe a tiny EO turret. I actually don’t think they have like an EO turret on those. And you could turn your head and the camera will actually give you like an augmented reality view of what you’d see if you could see through the fuselage. Yeah. And that’s where a lot of these things are going. So like for instance, if a soldier, let’s say like a tanker or someone in like a future M1 Abrams or something for like a decade in the future, had this brain-computer interface, without having any headset, any goggles on, they could just have like a vision of what’s outside the tank projected directly into their visual cortex or something like that. Yeah. At least that’s how DARPA are trying to sell it. And network. So you’re getting the Intel from all the other, I don’t know, forward operating troops. And it’s very, very, very dystopian because swap warfighter for police officer. Right. And then that police officer has got a pack of those little Boston dynamic dogs. Spot. Yeah. It just can go legging it after you and zap you with a taser or what have you. And like I say, do I think the current... It’s much, much worse than that. Look at, for instance, I’m going to send you this other article that’s even more disturbing than that one. In SpringerLink entitled Wired Emotions, Ethical Issues of Effective Brain-Computer Interfaces. And when they speak of effect, they’re talking about like emotional states. This is our covert moral bio enhancement. Exactly. Covert moral bio enhancement. But if they apply that to soldiers and police, you could make it so that the jackboots don’t feel any guilt over their actions. They could be fed euphoria while they’re fucking caving someone’s skull in. Yeah. Kind of a deal. They say, oh, we could use this to treat post-traumatic stress disorder or to prevent soldiers from experiencing trauma. It’s like, you know, the reason why people experience trauma when they do things that are immoral is because they’re immoral. We evolve those emotions to sort of try and cage our most animalistic behaviors. And here they are trying to undo those. And look, man, I feel for the soldier on the ground that we put in harm’s way and has to... I really, really do. But we’re going down this pathway of turning them into automatons. They’re basically turning them into robots that don’t give a fuck. Is that what this is? And I mean, it was the last stream we did that covert moral bio-enhancement came up. You had enough? Let me just say thank you to... I want to say thank you to End of Days and Mark. Very much appreciated for the donors. It keeps me in the game and allows me to bring you very, very interesting individuals like Spartacus here who’s... You know, look, I consider myself a subject matter expert in brain modulating technologies. And I can tell you that this stuff frightens the crap out of me. It really, really does. And I was just saying that the last stream that we did when we were talking... Do you have that paper to hand? That’s a good one to bring up. But in that paper that we were discussing, “Covert Moral Bio-enhancement”, they literally lay out that that’s a first strike weapon. It’s incumbent upon them to use it against you before you use it. If people know about it, then it ruins the effect, is their argument. Yeah. So is that the covert moral bio-enhancement? Yeah, there it is. Just... No, actually, I think this one refers to that one. Okay. But this type of thinking, we have to rein it in. Okay, we cannot let organizations that are driven by profit to be behaving the way to this dystopia. This link right here is the one. Right here. Yeah, here we go. It’s in Wiley. Straight in the first sentence. It’s in the first sentence. I argue that the covert administration of a compulsory moral bio-enhancement program better conforms to public health ethics than does an overt compulsory program. In particular, a covert compulsory program promotes values such as liberty, utility, equality, and autonomy better than an overt program does. Thus, a covert compulsory moral bio-enhancement program is morally preferable to an overt moral bio-enhancement program. Of course, well, you know, if this is the state of bioethics, then we’re screwed. We’re screwed, right? The fact that this man would just feel that this is an apropos argument to be putting forward into the literature just tells you the state that we’re in. You know what I think is the ethical thing to do? Hunt down these motherfuckers. That’s what I think we should be doing. They would use that, you know, that desire for aggression as evidence of like, see, this is where we need to enhance you. You want to hunt us down? Well, we just want to make you feel like better about everything we’re doing, which is actually against your, you know, rational self-interest. Well, you know, you can look at how the last three years has gone. And for sure, it was trial runs towards something like this, right, where, you know, they’ve unleashed all this psychological nudging. They’ve tried to convince you that you have to line up for human experimentation, because that’s what this was with respect to gene transfection technologies. The thing is, even if these particular jabs don’t have that kind of technology in them, the existence of endemic viruses that justify perpetual booster shots for an indefinite period of time, that is a foot in the door, a policy foot in the door that would allow them to incorporate this type of technology at a later date once it becomes available and once it’s refined enough. Yes. And it’s clear that that’s the direction that they’re heading. Yes. Based on their statements. Very much so. And Klaus Schwab has rather openly stated, you know, we’re all going to have brain implants. And and it’s it’s just it’s it’s shocking to me that also, I mean, you know, like Klaus Schwab’s book, Shaping the Future of the Fourth Industrial Revolution. And to the people watching the stream, you know, I recommend everyone like actually read like Klaus Schwab’s books and stuff. And if you don’t feel like like sending the guy any money, find a PDF. Don’t send that asshole money. Exactly. But what I recommend is definitely don’t shy away from your enemy’s publications. They are not being discreet about any of this. They are openly stating their intentions in their in their works. So they just assume that nobody will read it. So well, they just hope the right people read it and the rest the rest of you plebs and peons know your place. And they just hope that the rest of the plebs and peons are too busy playing Candy Crush to know this. This is look even short of, you know, remove the science fiction component of being forming 5G, being able to interact. Right. It could it could get to the point where it could be much more. And invasive is the wrong word. But say say they talk that they class you as a dissident. Right. But they’ll they’ll they’ll take you to, well, I guess in this case, a hospital. They’ll strap you down because once you’re a ward of the state, they’ll get an IV line into you. And then they’ll load you up with this type of technology and then start screwing with your mind. And it becomes the essential equivalent of or a more sophisticated equivalent of Orwell’s Room 101. So is that the. Am I getting that right? It was Room 101, right? Something like that. Yeah. Anyway, it’s not not rats gnawing at your face, but, you know, they can. But there’s a potential here to be able to go in and mess with your autonomy and sovereignty. Right. And it doesn’t matter whether it’s here right now. The idea and intent is is being disseminated amongst decision makers right now. Yes. Klaus Schwab’s book, Shaping the Future of the Fourth Industrial Revolution, states, you know, it actually mentions DARPA’s brain initiative. I mean, so Klaus Schwab is aware of these these advances and is incorporating them into his, you know, his predictions, so manifestos, actually. And the thing is, is that. OK, so. He’s he’s said, like, I mean, numerous times, I mean, he’s come forward and said, you know, the Fourth Industrial Revolution will lead to a fusion of our like our digital and biological existences. What he’s saying is, you know, that essentially we’ll take control of biology digitally. And that’s I mean, that in itself really opens a massive can of worms when you consider the state of the art in in biotech and in information technology and what could what could be done with bio nanotechnology, what could be done with with with protein design, with engineering entirely new genes from scratch, things like that. And basically, this is something where, you know, they’re pretty much trying to get it on the ground floor with the manipulation of biology as we end the end of evolution, like natural evolution as we know it. Essentially, they want to be able to engineer like new species from scratch kind of a thing. They want they want to be able to take complete control over the code of life. Yeah. And the problem with that, I mean, so far is that living organisms are extremely complicated, extremely complex. If you’re just talking about things like how our genes and our proteins actually work, how genetic expression works, how many different proteins you can make from precursors by manipulating them with post translational processing, things like epigenetic reprogramming, changing patterns of genetic expression and so on with silencing genes and using things like mRNAs and CERNs and so on. We think about how complex a living organism actually is. You know, engineering a living organism from scratch is almost a nonstarter. It’s like it’s something that’s that’s so complicated. They’re trying to they’re putting their faith in in black boxes. They’re putting their faith in deep learning to be able to and machine learning algorithms to be able to engineer like entirely new synthetic features, synthetic biology from scratch without human intervention, because people don’t have the capacity to keep all of this inside our head. You know, like, I mean, try and think about it, try and think about what the totality of the pathways in the human body and how they all interact with each other. It’s like all the different little pleiotropic effects of knocking out one gene. I just I just downloaded the paper if you want the full document, but I’m just scrolling through it. But let’s let’s just read this revealing paragraph about it was under implementation. But there may be ways to administer the moral enhancement to the relevant populations without those populations knowing about the enhancement. The method of delivery would depend on the mechanism of action of the enhancement. But one possible way of distributing it to the relevant populations is by way of the public water supply. Another way it could be distributed is by packaging it with various vaccines while eliminating most exceptions. Or perhaps it could be distributed through forced air systems in public buildings or some combination of these. Right. Find these bastards, find these bastards. Right. And these people should be afraid to show their faces in public. Yeah, they should have been afraid to walk the streets like about a year ago. Literally, literally the things that, you know, whatever you think about vaccines, et cetera, you know, it could be an argument made that there’s been some public health benefit from them. Maybe scroll down to the end there was to illustrate consider the following case. As I will argue, the authenticity requirement is better met by an overt program than a covert program. To illustrate consider the following case, covert evil genius. An evil genius has found a way to manipulate people’s desires and beliefs by way of the radio waves emitted by their cell phones. This gives them the ability to produce desires and beliefs in people which favor the doing of bad actions such as stealing and damaging property. Furthermore, he does this without anyone realizing that they are being manipulated. Covert evil genius is an analogy to covert compulsory moral bio and HESO with one modification. The desires and beliefs that are put into people are not good desires and beliefs but bad ones. If Crutchfield is right, then the evil genius does not tarnish the authenticity of people’s desires, beliefs, and other attitudes because people do not realize that the desires, beliefs, and other attitudes are not in fact their own. And this makes it easier for them to embrace their new desires, beliefs, and other attitudes as their own. This was actually Alexander Zambrano’s criticism of Parker Crutchfield’s paper. So this is actually his critique of that one. So the one you actually want is the second link I sent you. I probably just want to toss that in the Sci-Hub. So I don’t lose it. Where am I saving this thing? But this type of thinking, man, I... It’s shocking. Yeah. Yeah. I’m... Well, I thought I had some hope. This is just crutched in. How did this past review where he would talk about distributing it in water supplies and vaccine supplies? Holy shit. Yeah. Holy shit. I know. That’s a war crime, buddy. Yep. That’s a war crime. The thing about this is that these people are discussing things, essentially, neuro warfare technologies, like James Giordano, Charles Morgan, Jonathan Moreno, and the others have been talking about, where you have bioethicists and guys at think tanks, especially military aligned think tanks, discussing how you can manipulate the geopolitical picture by manipulating public opinion using neuro warfare. Yeah. Yeah. Like, forget, oh, warfare. Warfare. This is the new frontier. And the thing about neuro warfare is that they’re trying to sidestep the biological warfare convention. They’re trying to sidestep the BWC and they’re also trying to sidestep, you know... Well, technically, this would come under a sophisticated form of incapacitation agent. Exactly. This is something where they’re trying to lump it under the same category as like riot control agents, like pepper spray. It’s like there’s nothing. It’s like... Yeah, we didn’t kill you. We didn’t kill you. You might get Alzheimer’s 10 years earlier and just be a compliant sheep, but we didn’t kill you. So it’s all like, is that OK? God damn it, man. Yeah. It’s totally sidestepped biological warfare convention, chemical warfare convention by coming up with something that is not killing, but incapacitating or something that changes people’s behaviors, beliefs, values, emotions, et cetera, to make them easier to manipulate. Wow. I mean, the depravity and evil just wrapped up in that concept, man. I’m struggling to put words to it. Managerealism has no faith in its ability whatsoever to contain our anger, to control like vast swaths of the population and direct our productive energies in such a way that we won’t destroy the managerial caste. They are so paranoid, they believe that the only way to deal with rising populist anger is to manipulate people’s brains, to manipulate human behavior in the most direct way possible. And this is a serious problem that these sorts of ideas are proliferating in academia. Yeah. Yeah. Well, it’s not just academia. It’s the corporations that are forming these stakeholder, public-private stakeholder. Yes. These partnerships between IT and pharma, like Galvani, you know, that’s GlaxoSmithKline and Google. And like Regina Dugan, Ken Gabriel, that’s guys who are like, I mean, people who are like former DARPA, former Google, former Facebook, who are now involved in this kind of IT to biotech pipeline that’s essentially kind of melding the two worlds together. And just look, it’s so diabolical because these people, look, I get it. There’s a hierarchy of competence, right? And yeah, if you’re a whiz at doing stuff in machine code and designing CPUs, I’m all for you being able to have that big house, what have you, if you want to put the work in. I don’t mind that. But these people don’t want to have an equal dialogue with people. They’re telling you or they’re telling us, yeah, we’re literally petrified of the mob, of the people. And so we’re going to go to any lengths whatsoever to make sure that you are subdued to the point that we would roll out a first strike option to target every one of you and your family. Yeah. It’s horrendous. It’s sobering. That’s more than cyber inducing. Just rage inducing. And look, this is literally like the wet dream of Stalin put into a fancy academic journal. Yep. What I find funny about it is that it’s pretty much exactly what John Coleman described in his book about the Committee of 300. Expand, please. Have you ever heard of the Committee of 300? Yes, the Club of Rome. Yes. So let me see if I can. So, yeah, these these Malfusian death cultists, he does, aren’t satisfied with the luxury lifestyles they already have. They’re just they’re coming to assault your mind. Right. You can’t you can’t even be in your own own run down living room. OK. With your five year old TV. Right. And be in peace. They’re coming for you in the beginning of John Coleman’s book, Conspirators Hierarchy, the story of the Committee of 300. He states that one of the goals that they had in mind, the Club of Rome and the Council on Foreign Relations, the Trilateral Commission and all the rest of those ass hats is that, you know, that people would be effectively mind controlled to create like a slave class. And this is something that they were they were discussing years ago. He specifically cites Zbigniew Brzezinski’s book Between Two Ages, America’s Role in the Technotronic Era. And I have actually have a copy of that as well. So I’m in hardcover. That’s something that people should definitely be reading as well. It’s like, do I do I need to keep reading these books to know that these bastards. This goes all the way back to Jose Delgado and his experiments with bulls back in the like the 60s, 70s. I mean, that’s canon in my field. Right. You know, he’s a he’s a hero. Delgado for what he did. I mean, it was all all the groundwork for establishing deep brain stimulation as a as a viable therapy. There is a like basically an unbroken line of of clear of intent here that stretches all the way back to the 70s. This is something where they would have done it back then if they had the technology, but they didn’t yet. They they they knew they eventually would, though. So and you go over like Zbigniew Brzezinski’s Between Two Ages. What he’s saying in that book sounds almost identical to what like Klaus Schwab is saying in his books. Human human behavior is complex. The world is complex. Everything is fraught with complexity, complexity, complexity, complexity. The only way we can we can solve the problem of mankind is to apply like systems cybernetics to human behavior. We have to precisely manage and take control of every aspect of human life, everything. I mean, the thing like people’s their tendencies, beliefs, values and what motivates them, what their goals are and so on and so forth. And the reason why they believe this was because they thought that we human beings, that humanity as a whole would become unmanageable otherwise, that essentially we would collapse into chaos. That’s that’s what these people honestly believed. I don’t think that these people are necessarily supervillains inside their own heads. I think that to some extent they actually do believe that they’re doing all of this for some nebulous common good purpose. The common good Spartacus. It’s all just for the common good. Right. But meanwhile, it’s just so exasperating to think about the way these people like fly to Davos on their private jets. And then they sit around discussing how we all need to eat bugs and have our carbon consumption tracked. Our carbon footprints tracked 24 7 by our by our bank, by our financial institutions. These people are the biggest hypocrites in human history. They don’t want to give up even the tiniest shred of their luxuries. They want they want all the rest of us to sacrifice so that they can continue to just keep enjoying gouging their appetites. Yes, gouging their appetites, enjoying their trips to the Bahamas and their and their private jets and their yachts to Epstein Island to. Yeah. And that’s that’s the really infuriating part of this. It’s not it’s not that they want more champagne and caviar. Right. Because they’ve got all that already. Right. It’s that they’ve got to get their rocks off somehow. And in that sense, it’s sort of they get it by breaking those sacred moral and ethical boundaries that we have. And it’s often geared towards the abuse of children. It’s why it’s so rampant in the upper upper classes, the managerial classes. And, you know, well, what a lot of people don’t realize is that Jeffrey Epstein was a transhumanist. He wanted to have his brain frozen by Alcor. His penis as well. I learned this weekend as well. Correct. Correct. And and also a lot of his guests were were themselves scientists who were involved in these types of human augmentation technologies. So Jeffrey, Jeffrey Epstein himself, a very unremarkable intellect. Just just basically your average kind of like bro dude, kind of a character who just who had absolutely no idea whatsoever of what Pandora’s box he was. He was sitting next to. Just sitting next to is not as I would say smashing it with a crowbar. Open it up. And, you know, I know the work of Delgado and I mean, Epstein was it was just a dumb little man. Yes. He he took he took Les Wexner’s money and he passed it to all sorts of people. And it just it’s just ridiculous to me that people are all focused on Epstein. It’s like, what about all the other people around him? Yeah. And what about all these other characters he was connected to? All the institutes that were brought out, all these higher learning, Harvard, MIT. And right now we can point fingers squarely at Columbia and they’re all in FTX and spawning Bankman Fried. All of these. Everyone who who communicated with Jeffrey Epstein believed that he was a charlatan. He had absolutely nothing of any any import, no no input into any discussion whatsoever. He’d just be sitting there on the couch like nodding along. Uh huh. Uh huh. Like somebody said in the chat, he’s a cutout. This is a guy who was who was a nobody who had been chosen as an intelligence asset. And given a great big slush fund to work with. OK. And he was not a billionaire con man. He was an intelligence asset. He was he was being funneled money by like most odds by CIA by his handlers to to blackmail politicians and dignitaries. Yeah. And so this is this is not a guy who was in control of his fate. This is not a guy who ever amounted to anything. It’s just people are focused on Epstein like he’s like he’s this master slick mastermind. The guy was a was a was an idiot. Yeah. And it’s the networks behind him that we have to be conscious of. And it’s not it’s not just Mossad and CIA. It’s it’s all that all the upper echelons of these of these institutes that were happy to take the money to advance these essentially the eugenics programs at heart. I think I’m sitting here and I’m just feeling a sense of despair at the contributions I made to this. What the fuck. I was I was convinced that it was to help children. And yeah. And it did. I know children that got helped as a direct result of the experiments that I did. And the but you know I guess I was just stupid and naive. And no it’s not just that. I was I was angling towards trying to be successful and sort of you know a big hitter in my field. And it didn’t cross my mind that we would we would be dealing with covert moral bio enhancement as a first strike weapon for these people. And it’s the last thing I’ll do is see these see these things burn to the ground man that they’ve got to be stopped. It’s it’s just the number of people who are involved in this that this stuff is just look at for instance a lot of people don’t realize this but you can link Jeffrey Epstein to like EcoHealth Alliance and Metabiota with very very few degrees of separation. Like basically none. No. I mean he’s in his book. Yeah. Nathan Wolfe the head of made a biota named Jeffrey Epstein and Boris Nikolik in his in his book. A lot of a lot of stuff. I mean Billy Bostickson on Twitter did a lot of this research and shout out to Billy one eyed Monkey King. Absolutely excellent research. Yeah. And also Mr. Stosh did a video about this on YouTube entitled meet Nathan Wolfe. Let me see if I can just toss that into the chat there for a while. They were kind of censoring censoring this from search results. You couldn’t find it even if you put the title indirectly. Nice. So it was oh darn it. The URLs bad there. Hold on one second. There we go. Meet virologist Nathan Wolfe and who was dubbed the Indiana. This is this guy. This is Nathan Wolfe he was he was on DARPA’s Defense Science Research Council. I believe that that it was it was dissolved though. And I mean back when it was around he was on the Health Alliance’s editorial board. He was friends with Ghislaine Maxwell. Yeah. And was one of the founding members of the Terramar. Yeah. Charity. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Fake fake Terramar that the pictures of him with just named Maxwell. That’s that’s not sort of photobombing one like Elon Musk literally. Nathan Wolfe is copying a handful of her ass as they’re as they’re snuggling up to each other. It’s gross. But what this what this effectively tells us right here I mean just being like seeing that this guy who’s basically a fucking spook is like accepting resources from from DTRA, USAID, from NIH and passing them on to the Wuhan Institute of Virology and so on. What this tells us is that this Global Virome Project stuff is basically CIA. Yeah. This is this is this is this is all spook stuff. Yeah. This is not I mean people are still thinking about this like oh it’s just some something that happened in a lab is just some lab leak kind of a thing. Like no this is spook stuff. These these people are connected directly to the five eyes. Yeah. Yeah. And in this mix it’s not just it’s not you know I focus on the bio warfare aspect because that’s tractable right now. And you know people need to know about it and it’s some it’s it’s a way of pushing back legally at the moment. But Andrew Huff shared In-Q-Tel pitch deck with about their pitch for In-Q-Tel funds. So it’s and that’s that’s it’s CIA. This is this whole thing is CIA from top to bottom and that’s what they don’t want people to realize because once we put once we realize that CIA the gig is up. Yeah. And CIA is just it’s all paperclip full of paperclip anchor babies. Yes. So you’ve got to look at it. And the fact that the fact that these people are still walking around right now as if nothing has happened right. That they’re not part of this authoritarian technocratic push to take away your sovereignty blows my mind. And you know in an ideal world I would hope that these people would be afraid to show their face ever again. But you know the what I think is the most practical way is to make sure that we become chameleon like and our tribe propagates this information multi generationally right. So that these fuckers cannot keep pulling this type of stuff off because even even if we stop it we don’t have another generation we have at most 10 years. Well that’s the time that’s our deadline for us to be able to fix this. Otherwise, who even knows how far ahead of us are going to get with this biotechnology business. Yeah well their covert moral bio enhancement will be deployed and we’ll be helping. Where’s this sense of nausea coming from Spartacus as I look at your friends on Twitter. How come that started. So that’s yeah that’s where they would like to take it. And in in a in a world in which they’ve catalogued all a good portion of the DNA of the family lines of people who are dissident voices right now. Yeah. So that’s that’s the really concerning aspect. And that that puts you in a world where you just you can’t trust anything. I think I’m going to have to read the article with respect to what other avenues that they’re looking for implementation here but I’m guessing I’m guessing viruses play a factor in this video. I’m going to say it to you directly and also drop it in the chat. This is Karen sailors of labyrinth global health walking around in some African village or something with Nathan Wolfe. Let’s let’s have a look at this. How old is 11 years. Yep. 26 seconds or 23 seconds, but the people who are living in close contact of these viruses are where the pandemic starts. You go to a small village where we can barely get involved and still we can have a conversation about ways to change the world. The people we work with are really receptive to learn and to work with us. Unfortunately, in central Africa, the poverty level is incredibly high. People are looking for ways of finding food to feed their family. We work with hunters to come in and bring us dried blood spot cards. So when they go hunting, they will take some of the blood from the animal that they’ve killed and put it on the card so that we can do our research. What we can communicate is that for certain behaviors that people are doing that we know are dangerous. It’s our responsibility to talk to them about it, to look for ways to do things differently. Yeah, that they know are dangerous. Something that goes back to pre-human existence. How dare you engage in such activities? I’m going to text it as 546 15th Avenue, northeast St. Petersburg, Florida. Now I want you to look that up in Google Maps right now. I’m going to send you the address and share the screen. Let’s see what we see in Street View. Hang on one second. Go to the lower right corner and drop a little man on the map. This is supposed to be like Labyrinth Global Health’s corporate headquarters. It’s a residential area. This is basically being run, I think, out of Karen Saylor’s house. What does that tell you? Well, it tells me they don’t have the power that they’re trying to project, but I’m just wondering how close this was to Epstein’s Florida addresses. These NGOs are basically all like CIA fronts. They don’t really have any real physical offices. They basically just run some assets house. That’s how they do all of this crap. Yep. Wow. Unbelievable, dude. You know, going back to the start of our conversation where you’ve got, what did you say, bozos, bozos online, right, who have just bought into this whole, it’s not pantomime, is it? It’s more, it is real, but they’re cheerleading on this technology, cheerleading on the authoritarianism, whooping in delight at the idea of restraining human beings and their speech and thought. Someone said in the chat earlier that violence is probably necessary. I may be coming around to that view. Maybe. Once you start talking covert moral bio enhancement, yeah, my heck will start to rise somewhat. It’s not just a case of look, just leave me alone. We’ll be okay. Right. You do you. I’ll do me. Well, they don’t want to leave anyone alone. No, they want to have total dominion over this planet and every everyone and everything on it. Yeah. And yeah, from Bushman trying to fit their families to just the working, working Joe Shlub, who’s just trying to make his paycheck for the day and they’re taking all of that away. And, you know, the thing about it is if you stop and think about what, what could be done in the future with this type of now transducer technology with like two way communication with human brains and so on. And I mean, this is the kind of thing where in the future, they may be able to use like human brain botnets as like a great big distributed supercomputer. So I mean, think about how much processing power that actually is, especially for buying like deep learning applications or something. Like he’s use a human brain as like a neuromorphic computer. This is something where, I mean, people are walking around with literally like a quadrillion dollars worth of GPUs in their heads. It’s this is a lot of processing power, and they probably want to use human beings as walking wealth generators. Yeah, pretty much. Yeah. And I mean, think about how it feeds back into everything else. If you have a brain computer interface that is capable of using that has is capable of two way communication that’s capable of, say, passing a query to a neuron and then having that neuron process the query and then reading it back. And let’s say you could run like neuromorphic applications on that in like a human brain cloud, let’s just say. You could use that for protein design, protein discovery, and so on to be able to design more advanced proteins that let you develop more advanced brain computer interfaces that are partially biological and so on. And then that gives you more control over the brain, which in which then feeds back into having a better human brain cloud that can discover even better proteins and so on and so forth. Basically, what they want is a self-sustaining kind of feedback loop of discovery. Iteration basically. Yeah, discovery iteration. Yeah. You know, that’s again. That’s kind of something that where it’s kind of a little bit like way out on the horizon. Maybe in several decades, they’ll be thinking about something like that. Yeah, at that point, you’ve sort of crossed the event horizon of technology as we would understand it. The singularity, so to speak. And I don’t know. You know, it does make you wonder sort of about, you know, the angles here, which is where a much smaller population, one that’s far, far easier to control. The first baby steps in that direction have been achieved massively accelerated in the last three years to the point where the G20 are turning around and agreeing that we all have to now have who defined vaccine passport, digital passports. You are going to be unable to travel without them. And my I was a kid when I was a kid, I thought all this technology was going to be so amazing. I thought, man, this is going to be wonderful. We’re going to have all this this advanced stuff. It’s going to be like Star Trek. It’ll be cool. And now I’m saying the older I’m starting to think, you know, maybe I ought to be hiding out in Uncle Ted’s cabin. Yeah. Prophet Ted, you know, someone on my Discord sent me the manifesto. He’s he’s dead on man. I was like, dang, I wonder they locked him up. Well, if he drew a lot of his inspiration from like the writings of Jacques Ellul. And, you know, this this goes back to some people call it like neolettism, you know, like people just just kind of being opposed to advanced technology in general. But also, I think that rather than technology being the problem, it’s the attitude that every aspect of human life should be reduced to technique. You know, it’s like it’s not so much that the technology per se is bad. Technology is just a tool. What’s bad is when you have people in power who have that attitude that every aspect of human social life has to be manipulated by technology that has to be made efficient, you know, for its own sake. And that’s that is just completely pointless and it robs the humanity out of living. Yeah. And this is the problem of having the economy, the idea of economics driving the idea of what it is to be human. And, you know, look, of course, economics and markets are important, but it’s not what it that’s not the fabric of your existence, your your your soul. And, you know, I think most people would agree that there are some market systems that are better than others. But where where we’ve gone wrong is to allow this sort of I don’t know. It’s like a sort of turbocharged capitalism and and and a select few being able to reap any of the profits. And then if it goes wrong, then sort of socializing the the losses so that everyone has to pay so that these people never feel any pain. So they just keep doing and repeating the cycle. Yeah. Let me see on on Gates Notes. There is this Bill Gates has this blog called Gates Notes. He’s got his own sub stack. That’s hilarious. Yeah, pretty much. And let me see if I can find it here. This was Damn, where is it? This was several years ago. He he was responding to some some critique from someone else saying like, I agree that we shouldn’t like like become a nation of like written tears and something. And now, of course, Bill Gates is buying up like hundreds of thousands of acres in farmland, stuff like that, you know. Yeah. And, you know, it’s what a hypocrite. It’s a it’s a means to dis disenfranchise people from their ability to well, small, small hold, I guess. You know, if if you wanted to, you know, when we were talking about solutions earlier, you know, you don’t have to have massive mortgage and living in a house like this. That’s on the screen. You could go somewhere far more rural and live within your means. If you’ve if you were so inclined and and be able to unplug and not contribute to these systems. And yeah, they’re they’re actively in the process of removing that ability. So, yeah, such that, you know, someone puts land up for sale, boom, they’ll come in and and take it. And the what they what they want. What they really want is to own all all productive land, all productive assets. They want to own and control pretty much all the goods and services in the in the economy. They want they want such that things that we used to think of as our own private property are essentially held in trust for them by corporations. Yes. And they want us all to just pay subscription fees like like like the smartphone game with its micro transactions or like how you pay for Adobe. Now, remember how back in the day you used to actually buy a copy of Photoshop. Now people just subscribe to Photoshop. I know it drives me at the wolf. They want they want people to subscribe to everything. And if people subscribe to everything and they don’t have actually have any any property, any assets, if they’re part of that kind of surf class that just subscribes to everything, then, you know, if all they have to do to control people is threaten to take away their their bank account, take away their access to financial services. If you if you don’t own anything, then the moment that they take take your finances away, you have nothing, no assets, nothing to fall back on. You just the just have the shirt on your back. Yeah, which is what they’ve done to me. Dream. Their dream is to be able to to blackmail people so to socially like to blackmail people with a threat of financial platforming for individuals. Look at what happened. Like the people with the trucker protests, for instance, like they just they defined an entire group of people as like terrorists, you know, and said, you know, we’re not going to we’re just going to cut off PayPal. We’re going to cut off GoFundMe. You’re going to cut off everything. You’re not going to be able to even pay for gas. And they went they went after people who made the donation even small donations. The donors and that ability to to control people by taking their finances, their access to financial services away is magnified by abolishing private property and replacing it with this sort of rent rentier owned kind of like servitization society. Yeah. And like I say, they’re well on the way to implementing it. And and because people would naturally rebel against this intolerable state of existence. They are coming up with technologies to render people docile and and indolent and, you know, totally totally passive. Yeah. And, you know, this, you know, I mentioned earlier that I had faith in the sort of nonconformity of the US, but in in reality, yeah, most people at the for or threat of losing the ability to bank or use these services and I can tell you it’s bloody painful when they do it. Okay. I’m not going to cross that threshold. But, you know, it would. And I would advise people don’t, there’s no need for you to put your heads above the parapet right now. Okay. There’s no there’s no need for you to sort of take the hits right now. But be prepared. Be prepared for that type of action to be coming in the future. Right. When, when you refuse to line up for your mandatory shots. It probably wouldn’t even have to be mandatory shots. They could just ration fuel and most people most people will comply with that. You just, you know, you got, you got kids, you can get them to school, you can get the supermarkets, you got all those things most most people would, you know, go along to get along. You know, in, whilst you’re, whilst you’re able to maintain cover, do everything that you can to spike these systems. I did this stream with Ryan Dawson on Saturday and apparently they were sending animal samples into me. Just spike their tires right think of ways to put sugar in metaphorically put sugar in the gas tank in this way and, you know, the getting into the US, I didn’t, I didn’t take a vaccine. I went and got a made sure I got a letter of exemption and you can, if you put the work in, you can find ways to to circumvent a lot of this. Well, they’re forcing you to comply by tricking you into contracts right. And you have to, you have to be. What’s the Bible quote. It’s, is that the something along those lines right. Yes, gentle as does wise a serpent something like that. And just, just think that these people would break contracts with you like that. That they wouldn’t think twice about it. They’ve already broken the social contract. Yes. It’s we’re in a situation now where we realize that our civil liberties are under a threat like never before, where they’re actively seeking to take our most basic and fundamental rights, including including our rights over our own bodily autonomy and and completely completely dispense of those just just get rid of them and which, which, which is the most fundamental one. Right. You’re right. Yeah. Once you once private property and all the rest of that stuff is out of the way. I mean, the last thing you have is your body. It’s like, and they consider it a, they consider it there’s anyway right once once once they don’t have those birth certificates with your corporate ID number. Did you know about how they have a birth certificate is traded it’s a tradable commodity. Because of your tax and potentials. So, yeah, it’s, I guess it’s just an extension of those systems and these people believe that they’re, they’ve got a birthright to keep farming you in that manner. Yeah. Well, that’s why I call them the human cattle ranchers. We just got to just waiting for the trip to the abattoir right. Yep. Yeah, that’s that’s why I said another topic conversation came up recently was just like, don’t be an organ donor. Make sure you’ve got an advocate if they if they’re taking you to hospitals, especially now they’ve managed to aggregate all this genetic data about people who knows what calculations, they’re making in the background to slice and dice you up should the opportunity Yeah. Yeah. So that so that even even that aspect of your life is commodified and where they’re making selections and so dark. Yeah, it’s just, I mean a lot of this stuff is, I mean, when you see the whole picture of what they’re trying to do is just, it’s honestly exhausting, because it’s exasperating because it’s just, it’s on such a large scale and there are so many people who are contributing to this without even realizing it, because they’ve been, they’ve been siloed so extensively. And they think that they’re contributing to entirely valid scientific research and they don’t, they don’t realize yet how it could be misused. I was, I was there, man. Yeah, exactly. You were there. It’s. I mean, think about what would happen if, for instance, we started going around and waking up some more scientists. Yeah, like we need to actually think about ways to undermine the institutional support that these tyrants are monopolizing. The thing is, though, I just, I honestly believe that in most cases that the ties that bind are just so strong. In this case, right, because you’ve got literal believers in the system that, you know, essentially believe the scientific process to be infallible or self correcting worse, and the Well, it’s not. The thing is, is that people are corruptible. The scientific, the scientific method isn’t the problem. The problem is that is that people are motivated by the desire for grant money, and they’re also motivated by the limitations and strictures placed upon them. But it was not just that, not just ego, but also the publishers. Oh, it was the ego, dude. That’s such a big driver for me. I’m a hot shot scientist. Look at me, bow bow bow down to my superiority. I was, I was riddled with that. Tell you. But, you know, publishers, even if someone, you know, does an experiment, and they write a paper about it, and they send it into nature or whatever, there’s no guarantee that they’re going to be published, even if they their findings are entirely valid. You know, it’s one of those things where publishers have financial incentives, just like anyone else. Yeah, yeah, it’s the scientific process is corruptible by money. Yes, to a large extent, like, like, beyond what people even can even imagine is possible. Yeah. One would one would think and one would hope that truth would win out in the end, that to some extent, you know, that scientific evidence would would see us through to a proper conclusion. But that isn’t that isn’t always the case, though. Unfortunately, I do think science can help us through this, you know, a good, good understanding of science engineering, but you know, you also need the historians you need the network analysts like yourself and Mark and all of this needs to be many many people need to contribute to this pushback. Yes, but the the extent to which the scientific systems have been subverted, corrupted, you’re entirely on point. And, you know, I was aware of that. But in, you know, I think one of the things that disturbed me the most about about all this was the way that they were like there were signs that the doctors realize that the official treatment protocols for COVID-19 were not that effective at at rescuing their patients. There were people who were coming in and they were they were in the emergency room, you know, they had been symptomatic for like a few days. And because they didn’t have like, you know, severe symptoms because they didn’t have, you know, low O2 saturation, all those signs that indicated that they’re heading towards the hyper inflammatory syndrome. Because they didn’t have that they just told them, oh, you know, just go home and get some bed rest. Maybe take a Tylenol or something. Take a Tylenol come back with your lips are blue. That’s actually exactly come back with your lips are blue. That’s actually the worst thing they could have told them to do. Yeah. And the reason why is because COVID-19, severe COVID-19, which is actually quite rare, severe COVID when it occurs, it’s a it’s an oxidative stress syndrome. These these people have essentially like a form of sepsis. If you look at the biological processes of sepsis and then COVID-19 endothelitis, it’s basically the same thing. And endothelial glycocalyx shedding, endothelial cell activation, platelet activation, oxidative stress. It’s all the same things that you’d see in sepsis. So the thing about it is that that condition is made worse by taking acetaminophen because acetaminophen actually lowers your glutathione levels, it actually reduces your intracellular antioxidant levels. Your cells protect themselves from the effects of inflammation, from, you know, from leukocytes coming in and spewing damaging enzymes everywhere that produce like damaging radicals. They protect themselves from that with intracellular and with endogenous antioxidant pathways like glutathione peroxidase. If you don’t have those, then what happens is the cell will just will basically just friggin implode. People need to look up ferroptosis and parthenatose and how they actually work. The thing about, so like ferroptosis, for instance, is lipid peroxidation driven. It’s driven by iron, you know, free iron, which is highly reactive and promotes this kind of oxidative stress. And it’s a form of cell death that is driven by the oxidation of the plasma membrane of the cell in the presence of iron. And parthenatose is related to overexpression of PARP1. So, and this is also related to depletion of DAD, so nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide in the cell. So what alarmed me the most about like what the FDA are doing, for instance, the FDA are trying to see to it that like N-acetylcysteine and nicotinamide mononucleotide are taken off of shelves that they’re no longer sold as over-the-counter supplements. Despite the fact that N-acetylcysteine is a precursor of glutathione, it raises your cellular antioxidant levels, and nicotinamide mononucleotide is a NAD precursor, and it raises your NAD levels and prevents parthenatose. So these are things that these things that they’re taking off the shelves, these are things that could conceivably be used as rather cheap over-the-counter COVID-19 preventives or therapeutics in theory, provided that they had reasonable bioavailability. Yeah, so I mean, it’s more about making sure that you’re regularly taking, rather than hoping that it turns around a sort of crisis situation, right? So you want to mitigate trying to get into the spiral of these free radical cascades, and the fact that the FDA would try to limit your access to vitamins and supplements is, well... It’s shocking. Yeah, again, it’s fucking dark, dude, because that means someone knows. Someone within the bureaucracy knows what could mess up their little narrative and are going out of their way. To make sure you don’t get it. Aurora Storm says aspirin. Yes, aspirin should be your first port of call in the onset of SARS. For Matadin, just protect your stomach. It may help with the virus itself and aspirin, right? You’ve got to stop the coagulation starting because once that cascade begins, all sorts of horrible, horrible biology, pathology begins to emerge. And someone’s saying, Sparkus is a beast. His knowledge is intimidating. Yeah, man. Sorry, had somebody having a conversation with someone here. Hold on. Well, whilst you’re doing that, I’ll tell you a little anecdote about Sparkus. It’s one of the first people that I spoke to when I sort of went public about SARS, how it very likely came from a lab, etc. Trust me on this, right? This is someone who’s, again, put the time in to pick up the research papers and read through them and make an effort to learn them and coming from completely different domain. OK, so this knowledge is tractable to you if you take the time to read through these papers. That’s the thing is that a lot of people don’t realize a lot of this information is available freely online. I mean, the vast majority of it is. It’s the kind of thing where if you want to do the research, if you really want to get the kind of like knuckle under and are willing to do hundreds or thousands of hours of this kind of research, yeah, you could definitely unravel COVID-19 pathology if you wanted. There’s just a huge amount of information out there about COVID-19 pathology right now. There are these web portals that have like hundreds of thousands of papers on it. And there’s there’s plenty of people out there like Spartacus and myself who are happy to spend the time talking to you about it as well. We’ll walk you through step by step, you know, some of the some of the primary issues. We haven’t touched on amyloids today, which is we did at the beginning a little bit. We did. Okay. The thing is, is that it’s just there’s there’s so much about the official response to COVID-19 that is just infuriating when you think back to the things that the media said and what doctors are saying about it. It’s just unbelievable to me because you have this situation here where you have a SARS like virus that has that potentially has SARS like sequelae and the media are coming out and saying, oh, long COVID. They’re making it sound almost like something like where you get it and then it’s like AIDS or you have it forever kind of a thing. They make it sound almost laughable, you know, like they kind of the language that they use is almost engineered to to invite derision, you know, and and this then dismissal of the threat. Meanwhile, if you actually go back and look at at at SARS papers from the mid 2000s, you know, they knew about SARS sequelae and people developing me CFS chronic chronic post viral fatigue syndrome after SARS. So this was this was already well known that SARS could cause long term sequelae, but the media made it sound absurd. Nobody took it seriously. And I would I would say this that there’s enough extent knowledge to be able to have a good crack at treating the long COVID symptoms. Right. And, you know, my, you know, maybe biased in this, but you want to understand the core of it. Microglial activation. Understand what that means. Right. And there are ways and mechanisms to try and address it. Persistent inflammation, persistent microglial activation, amyloid micro clotting. All of all of these mechanisms could underpin long term symptoms of this sort of thing. And to some extent, I think that this is treatable. Yes. But, you know, I take like nero kinase. I had I had COVID-19. I take all sorts of things to try and to try and assist in the breakdown of like like amyloids and stuff. Yeah, me too. I mean, you know, can I can can I really say it’s doing exactly what it says on the tin? Not not really, but I’m I’m still taking them anyway. And, you know, the the I guess the question is, would I be as functional as I am right now? Were I not taking them? I don’t know. I honestly don’t know. You don’t know. But exactly. The problem is, I mean, one of the main problems here is that we don’t really have enough research into this. There should be clinical trials. They should be investigating these substances because honestly, there are there are perfectly natural enzymes and nutraceuticals and things. It could be antioxidants that could be used potentially to lessen the burden of COVID-19 sequelae. And they just haven’t been investigated. I mean, get the medical countermeasure that they’re trying to push. That’s it. And so you have again, you have to ask, what’s their motivations in or pursuing that line of four? Because, you know, the data is out there that it doesn’t doesn’t protect from these drawn out, drawn out symptoms. It doesn’t it doesn’t stop the triggering of these inflammatory processes. It’s down to you as the individual to take the time to find out about these things. And people on my Discord told me about natalkinase and I’m trying them. Why not? So the thing is, is that I mean, if people can tolerate aspirin, they should be able to tolerate natalkinase. But I don’t recommend it for people who have like bleeding disorders and can’t tolerate aspirin. So that’s that’s definite contraindication there. I would say this for the aspirin, right? That’s for the acute phases. Well, the thing is, is that there were studies actually that I believe that did show that, you know, taking low dose aspirin persistently for a period of six months to a year after recovering from COVID-19 raised people’s survival rates because because COVID-19 causes like a coagulation syndrome, effectively. You’re looking at something where someone might have persistent clotting for up to six months or even beyond. After recovering from the virus, they might have a persistent kind of semi hypercoagulable state. So aspirin, natalkinase, seropeptase, one of those could be helpful if someone takes it for several months after recovering from the virus, potentially. It’s something that really needs to be investigated. There are other therapeutics that I mean that I investigated myself and kind of looked into that could have been used to significantly lessen the symptoms of COVID-19. So COVID-19 involves sepsis, neutrophilia, neutrophil degranulation, neutrophil respiratory burst, and so on. So as well as neutrophil extracellular trap formation. So what we’re talking about here is essentially like a hyperinflammatory syndrome, right? It’s the innate immune system is completely wiggling out, you’re ending up with damaging enzymes in the extracellular space. Excess release of extracellular superoxide dismutase and myeloperoxidase enzymes that produce like hyperchlorous acid. So what you have here is something that’s very similar to sepsis. So like the COVID-19, the frontline critical care alliance, like was it like Paul Merrick, I believe it was. He was advocating for the use of antioxidants to treat sepsis. So like his big thing is like, you know, maybe we can treat sepsis by just giving people megadoses of vitamin C or something. That’s something that he’s been into for a very, very long time, since even before COVID-19. The problem with that is that treating sepsis is very time sensitive. It’s the kind of thing where you have to get the intervention into somebody like now, now, like before they develop like really serious symptoms like ARDS and pneumonia and all of that. So and the thing is, so what we’re talking about here in severe end stage COVID-19, what it looks like is hyperchlorous acid, like stripping iron out of heme. And then you have like essentially you have like Fenton’s reagent in people’s bloodstreams. You have iron, hydrogen peroxide, superoxide, all in the same place, producing hydroxyl radicals nonstop. And those hydroxyl radicals are causing like ongoing lipid peroxidation, accumulation of damage associated molecular patterns, damps. What you have is this runaway inflammation because the presence of those oxidized lipids creates a feedback loop of inflammation. You have more immune cells coming in, releasing even more damaging enzymes, oxidizing even more lipids and so on and so forth. What they find in people who have COVID-19 pretty much universally is that they have low nitric oxide bioavailability. They have low intracellular, like they have low glutathione levels, low antioxidant levels. And they also have highly elevated oxidative stress biomarkers like nitrotirozine, 4-hydroxynonanol and so on. That shows that there is oxidative stress cascade going on here. It’s very severe. It’s like beyond what most people would even imagine oxidative stress being. This is basically like cells being bleached to death. So this is something where... It’s within that storm that the misfolding occurs and the amyloidosis begins to spread, the cascade emerges. Amyloids actually contribute to that. Amyloids are highly pro-oxidant and pro-inflammatory. So not only that, SARS-CoV-2’s viroporins, the envelope and the 3A proteins behave as calcium ion channels. That is, when the virus infects a cell, its own proteins pull calcium ions into that cell. They promote intracellular calcium pathway activity, which supercharges that cell’s metabolism and promotes oxidative stress. This is actually measurable in people who have COVID-19. They have hypocalcemia. They have low blood calcium because these infected cells are pulling calcium out of their blood into the cells. So there’s intracellular calcium influx. Also, as SARS-CoV-2 spike binds to ACE2 receptors, it triggers a bradykinin storm because normally ACE2 helps with the degradation of DES-ARG9 bradykinin. And what that causes is now you have an elevated level of bradykinin interacting with its receptor. That further increases intracellular calcium pathway activity, which further increases oxidative stress. Another thing is that bradykinin has crosstalk and overlap with the cyclooxygenase pathway and prostaglandins and arachidonic acid and so on. When you have arachidonic acid release, in the presence of this extreme oxidative stress, you will have the formation of what are called isoprostanes, which are like prostaglandins, but not. They’re formed oxidatively without any contribution of any enzyme. So they’re just directly from arachidonic acid reacting with radicals to form isoprostanes. All these radicals start oxidizing lipids. They start oxidizing all these lipids. And what you have is you have like cardiolipin and phospholipids, polyunsaturated fatty acids, all of them being oxidized. And the body starts forming autoantibodies against these oxidized lipids. So you end up with anti-cardiolipin antibodies, anti-phospholipin antibodies, and so on and so forth. And what this causes is this causes something that’s very similar to, for instance, lupus. When someone has lupus, they have neutrophil extracellular trap formation. They have excessive damaging enzymes. Well, now, dude, you can have splenic stimulation too. They’re oxidizing lipids and so on and producing these what are called oxidation-specific epitopes. There’s a question for you in the chat. Do you still think COVID is dangerous? Moderately. It’s something to keep an eye on. The thing is that COVID-19’s mortality is highly age stratified. It’s far more severe in people who are like over 60. So it’s also far more severe in people who have pre-existing diabetes, hypertension, basically like metabolic syndrome, like obesity. And the reason for that is because people who have those conditions have pre-existing endothelial dysfunction. Their endothelial cells are already struggling with chronic oxidative stress. They already have low glutathione levels. They already have dysregulation of calcium metabolism in the cells lying in their blood vessels. So the virus takes advantage of this and it causes a more severe syndrome. And older people have lower levels of endothelial nitric oxide synthesis to begin with and higher levels of endothelial dysfunction just from aging. And that leads to susceptibility to this type of syndrome because the ACE2 receptor that SARS-CoV-2 binds to is primarily found in vascular endothelial cells that line blood vessels. That’s another thing that I got so pissed off about. The media and doctors were presenting COVID-19 as a pneumonia, as a respiratory syndrome. Meanwhile, what all the papers on COVID-19 were actually saying is that the virus infects the lining of blood vessels and it causes small capillaries to leak into the lungs. So this is something that’s attacking people’s bodies from the blood vessels outward. And it’s not anything like what the media presented as. They presented a completely different syndrome. They say it’s pneumonia kind of a thing and people buy that and they take that information in. And meanwhile, the scientific literature on it is saying something completely different. The public was sabotaged. The public had a right to know. They had a right to know everything. And the gas lighting that took place, well, it’s still ongoing. But I want to get this question in before we wrap up. What about the long-term disabling effects that isn’t particularly age stratified, is it? Well, the sequelae of COVID-19 are variable. I mean, when people get it, it’s like a 10 or 20 percent chance that somebody will have one or more long COVID-type symptoms. They call it post-acute sequelae of COVID-19. There’s this great big review paper in Frontiers about post-acute sequelae of COVID-19 that goes into insane detail describing every single aspect of this, such as persistent microglial activation in the brain leading to brain fog that’s similar to chemo brain, persistent T lymphocyte activation and exhaustion, as well as multiple organ injury and so on, as well as persistence in the gut, which is very, very concerning. Some people who have had COVID-19 continue to have what appear to be SARS-CoV-2 RNA in their gut. So the virus may actually be persisting in the gut lining for a long period of time. This is one reason why I’ve been telling people, you know, that if you’ve had COVID-19, think about probiotics to try and restore your gut microbiome to create an environment that’s more hostile for the virus, potentially. This is something that people are steadily discussing with doctors, doctors they can trust. Yeah, find a doctor you can trust. Good luck with that. Yeah, exactly. So which is worse, the Vax or the virus? Both are of concern in my mind. Both are bad. This is another thing that bothers me, especially in the dissenter movement. People have been drawn into this sort of false dichotomy where they start to think, oh, you know, the vaccine is safe, the virus is dangerous. No, no, no, no, no, no. No, it’s the other way around. The virus is perfectly fine. It’s like the common cold. The vaccine will kill you. Actually, in reality, neither of them are good. And people have been divided on this. They’ve been dragged into something where it’s been completely politicized to the point where it’s just unbelievable. And this thing is debilitating people and the vaccine is debilitating people, too. And meanwhile, people are being led to believe, you know, it’s the other side and their beliefs are the problem. Yeah, yeah. It’s ridiculous. It’s binary thinking, binary thinking. And it’s very problematic. And, you know, just to add on to what you were saying, we don’t know the interactions between the combination of the gene transfection and the virus. Exactly. There could be an overlapping kind of etiology of disease there where one could make the other worse. Yeah. And so someone’s saying you don’t agree with J.C.’s infectious clone theory. Doubtful. I’m not too sure about that because it kind of contradicts a lot of what I’ve seen about, you know, about COVID-19 from various official sources. Well, as much as we can trust those official sources. As much as we can trust those official sources, exactly. That is another problem. It’s a fair concern. Like, how many of these papers that we’re getting from PubMed are bullshit? If we can’t even trust the literature, the body of evidence that has been published in COVID-19, then we’re already screwed. So I’m just I’m just rattling because people are putting the Jumbo blood clots. Those are amyloidogenic occlusions. Those aren’t those aren’t blood clots, in my opinion. They’re not even really. I mean, these giant rubbery white fibrous things. I mean, they don’t seem to have any blood cells in them. You know what really pisses me off is you have these embalmers who are pulling these things out of people’s bodies, apparently. It’s like, OK, fine. You have the specimen right there in your hands. Why aren’t people doing like Congo Red staining on them to see if it has amyloids? It’s like, you have the specimen right in your hand. Yeah, get some specimens to me. I’ll do it. I’ll do it for you. Why haven’t these things been studied to determine what their composition is? Yeah. And that’s that’s a thing that really bugs me is that, yes, I’m I’m. Believing I think that there’s this phenomenon of this sudden adult death syndrome that we know that there’s this excess death. Where are the autopsy reports? Exactly. It’s like nobody cares. It’s like everyone’s just turning a blind eye to it. Why is that? You have you have the specimens that are right there and nobody’s doing the work. Yeah, it’s incredibly frustrating and it’s shocking. But that that comes from the. Dictates from the very top and you know, you can make the argument that these this is part of the push to normalize gene transfection as the go to therapy. And as we discussed in great detail, this this this technology is they’re trialing it right now for what looks like these. Next next gen emerging surveillance and covert moral bio enhancement. Right. That’s that’s that’s where we’re going. I’m going to have to pull the ripcord because I got to go to the bathroom. But it was it’s always always a pleasure to have these discussions with you. I think likewise we streamed five hours maybe so far. Yeah, about five hours. It’s it’s always a pleasure. Yes. Yeah, it’s been great. I am. But there’s just this stuff goes so deep. It’s like there’s just I mean, there isn’t even hardly enough time in the day to cover every aspect of COVID-19 pathology. It as well as the vaccine like don’t even get me started. It’s unbelievable. It’s unbelievable that they would they would approve something like this for for human usage with so little evidence for safety. It’s it’s it’s like Moderna, for example. This is their first ever commercial product. Moderna had like DARPA funding for years and years under adept protect for it to come up with like nucleic acids for to transfect cells with to produce monoclonal antibodies for chicken guinea virus. That was basically this was a partnership with DARPA to come up with some kind of like some magical mystery biodefense juice in case some some terrorists released a modified chicken guinea strain or something or maybe a foreign arrival foreign power engaging in a bioweapon attack or something. So you have a nucleic acid vaccine that could be rapid deployed that it produces antibodies instantly against us. It’s like or at least that’s how they pushed it to DARPA. And this is their first actual commercial product. The RNA 1273 for COVID-19. It’s their Hail Mary. They haven’t had it. They’ve been doing research for years and years of venture capital and the DARPA funding, but they hadn’t actually produced a real product that entire time. But in in that time frame, it had obviously been sold to the upper echelons because again, I encourage everyone go watch the 80,000 hours podcast with Andrew C. Weber. Where he’s he’s bouncing off the ceiling in joy at the fact that he believes that these mRNA platforms have mitigated the existential threat of bio warfare, right? They think that they can just magically come up with a nucleic acid sequence for any conceivable bioweapon for even for something like a terrorist or some basement biohacker comes up with something like that. And really, because of the toxicity of these mRNA platforms and the toxicity of the lipid nanoparticles and everything else, it’s really questionable whether or not they’ve actually achieved any of their goals at all. And it’s all wrapped up in this concept of medical countermeasures for the battlefield, right? Right. Yeah, exactly. Well, I mean, they’ve been they’ve been working on that for a long time. That’s like, for instance, DTRA and DARPA providing funding to like Todd Ryder for Draco for the double stranded RNA activated caspase oligomerizer that. And if you want if you want to deep dive into that, look for the last stream I did with Spartacus. He does a great job breaking down Draco’s and wow, how a medical countermeasure that was kept under wraps. Yes, it was weird because they had this stuff over a decade ago, and I’ve actually spoken with with Dr. Ryder. I’ve actually emailed him before and contacted him about some of this stuff. And he agreed that it was kind of weird that they that they published results that show that this worked in a mouse model, but it never ever went to human trials. So, I mean, Dr. Ryder was reduced to begging for money on Indiegogo. I know how that feels, bro. It’s crazy. I mean, talk about like a fall from grace. This is a guy whose work was in like popular science where people are saying, oh, it’s a penicillin but for viruses. It’s the greatest discovery of the century kind of thing. And then it all just kind of quietly went away. That is very suspicious. Very, very suspicious. Especially when you consider everything else that DARPA and DTRA have been up to as of late. And the thing about it is that Moderna were coming up with therapies for cancer. They were coming up with therapies for things like Kriglin and Najar. You know, in theory, you could use mRNA vaccines, well, not really vaccines, but like mRNA therapies, let’s just say, to treat like Tay-Sachs or phenylketonuria or something by replacing enzymes that people are missing or that people have mutant and non-functional versions of, right? Look, dude, I don’t have a problem with that. Good. Let them do it. It sounds good on paper, but it was too toxic to actually use. That’s what they determined years ago. So the vaccines are kind of a hail Mary for them. They thought maybe we can come out with something where we only have to dose it like once every several months. So the body does most of the legwork and produces the antibodies, right? But even that, it was too toxic. It’s just, it’s shocking to me that, you know, that the military is pushing this shit. That the DoD are pushing this on soldiers. Yeah, yeah. And it’s just, it’s just unbelievable. Pushing it, it’s putting it, forcing it. Yeah, forcing it. Forcing it at the threat of dishonorable discharge. If you don’t take it, that’s, it’s shocking. Yeah, it’s supposed to be illegal after what happened. The nightmare they had with the, oh, I forget which it was. It’s the anthrax vaccine. Anthrax, anthrax, yeah. Yeah, Gulf War Syndrome. Yeah. Now they want to give everyone Gulf War Syndrome. Right. Wonderful. So it’s just, if you look at the history of these companies and what they actually do, it’s just shocking. I mean, they would, they would mandate this for, for small children, for pregnant mothers. What the hell’s wrong with these people? Yeah. Let’s say all ethical frameworks have been burned to the ground. And, you know, you have to ask, ask yourself why. And I think we’ve done a fairly good crack in this dream. Again, looking at what’s potentially coming at us in the, in the coming years to where they want to go. And we, we stop complying now, or it’s game over. It’s game over. Your children, your children’s future is, is done. And, you know, you know, God bless people like Spark is here that just doing the, the, the grind to, you know, sort of tie all this stuff together. You know, it’s, I like streams like this dude where I just kick back and talk with someone where I don’t sound like I’m not there. I’m not the sole nutter. It’s, it’s been a pleasure. Yeah. All right, dude, I’ll let you go because I’m going to spring a leak and DM me anytime, bro. And we should keep this a regular thing. I know you’re going to be tied up in the next few weeks. I’ve kind of been busy with a bit of a move on my end. So it’s a box of boxing stuff up. So, but I will definitely try and find the time sometime within the next few weeks. And, and it’s, it’s been a pleasure as always. So, yeah, well, you look after yourself, bro. We need you. You too, man. You have a must be late for you. So you have a good evening. It’s about 10 o’clock here. So, hey, have a good one. All right. Take care, bro. All right, folks. The indomitable Spartacus. Again, we owe him a deep debt of gratitude. And again, I would say that someone who just picked up and did the work. Okay. And like you said, a lot of this information is available out there. It doesn’t cost anything except an internet connection to download it and read it. And, you know, there’s, there’s many, many people who are prepared to spend the time and talk and walk you through questions. And, you know, I guess support, support your local friendly neighborhood neuroscientist and rebel rebel instigator Spartacus. And with that, I’ve got a dip out. I’m in pain. Right. I’m out of here. Take care. God bless. See you next one. Thank you to those that sent the donor. If you want to send and support the stream, go to McCairn Dojo and there we’ll there you can keep the wheels rolling. I’m trying to I’m trying to work up to do the rodent experiments and we will I’ll keep you up to date on the progress in that. So I’m out of here. Take care. God bless. Right. You don’t know how angry I am. I was just leaving for fucking work. You do not understand. I’ll fucking. This is fucking dead serious. I am fucking dead serious. All right, this guy.