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  1. I'm ignorant about technical issues, but why is a personal server not suitable for these sort of things?
  2. Any news on Muir and his thoughts on all this?
  3. The former GOOGLE chairman/CEO - ERIC SCHMIDT (Bilderberger and Trilateral Commission member) – moved into the military sector in 2016 when he became chairman of the US Department of Defense's Defense Innovation Advisory Board, whilst simultaneously being the chair of Google's parent company ALPHABET. To avoid potential conflicts of interest within the role, where Schmidt retained his role as technical adviser to Alphabet, and where Google's bidding for the multi-million dollar Pentagon cloud contract (the Joint Enterprise Defense Infrastructure, or JEDI), was ongoing: Schmidt screened emails
  4. During the pandemic (June 2020), army chiefs launched the UK's first 'cyber soldier' regiment to take on hackers and terrorists. Defence Secretary Ben Wallace described the launch of the UK Armed Forces’ first dedicated cyber force – the 13th Signal Regiment – as a “step-change in the modernisation of the UK Armed Forces.” Chief of the General Staff, General Sir Mark Carleton-Smith said: "13th Signal Regiment is the British Army’s brand new cyber regiment – matching cutting edge technology with cyber-fit soldiers to compete and win in the Information Age.” The 13th Signal Regiment was within 1
  5. The War-Peace merger showed itself in 2019 when General MARK CARLETON-SMITH (KCB, CBE), the professional head of the British army (Chief of the General Staff), offered the view that ‘peace’ and ‘war’ are “artificial and binary characterisations of a strategic contest that no longer exists today, but which still drives much of our policy...The rules of warfare are changing and need updating." Carleton-Smith said the army had to “update and change the rules of war” if it wants to tackle new security threats such as cyberattacks. He said high-tech weapons were useless against low-level threats li
  6. The title of the Infowars article looks like a thinly veiled criticism of David ("stupid: David")
  7. Returning to Serco's CEO Rupert Soames; his brother, Sir Nicholas Soames, was a Tory MP and Minister of State for the Armed Forces. Nicholas was Equerry to Prince Charles; he remained a close friend of the Prince and publicly criticised Diana, Princess of Wales, during the couple's estrangement. Nicholas Soames was a personal assistant to Sir James Goldsmith. Nicholas Soames was chairman of the private military and security contractor AEGIS DEFENCE SERVICES. Aegis had a series of contracts worth hundreds of millions of dollars to provide guards to protect US military bases in Iraq
  8. The NCF was started with backing from the former Tory Minister ANDREW CAVENDISH (11th Duke of Devonshire) and the then Crown Prince of Qatar. The NCF's founding members were businessmen, politicians, journalist and diplomats including:- 1) BARON GOODMAN (ARNOLD GOODMAN) - a Jewish Zionist and British lawyer and political advisor. Goodman socialised with the Rothschilds, especially Dorothy ('Dolly') de Rothschild who encouraged his Zionism. Dorothy de Rothschild continued the Zionist interests of her father-in-law and husband, and was a close friend of the inaugural Israeli President, Chaim W
  9. Serco's historical connection to GE began with the American company RCA (Radio Corporation of America), once a wholly owned subsidiary of GE. Serco was founded in 1929 as RCA Services Limited, a UK division of RCA that initially provided services to the cinema industry. In the early 1960s the company won a piece of work that was to shape its future direction - a maintenance contract for the UK Ballistic Missile Early Warning System at the Royal Air Force (RAF) base at Fylingdales. This expanded into a contract to operate the technical facilities at the base and provide comprehensive support to
  10. Serco's website also said: "Serco designs, operates and maintains heavy rail, light rail, passenger ferry, and cycle hire schemes in the UK & Europe – from the Scottish Caledonian Sleeper to Merseyrail, from the London Cycle Hire Scheme to NorthLink Ferries. We are also the largest non-government operator of civilian air traffic control in the world and offer a range of airside fire and rescue services." Serco's CEO during the pandemic was RUPERT SOAMES (OBE), a grandson of Winston Churchill; a nephew of the former UK Defence Secretary Duncan Sandys. Soames was educated at Eton
  11. Another example of the military-civilian merger was the seemingly odd British provider of public services (outsourcing company): SERCO, whose origins lie within the large American multi-industry company GE (GENERAL ELECTRIC) and with the pioneering British MARCONI COMPANY. Serco, they tell us,"...specialise in the delivery of essential public services, with over 50,000 people working in defence, transport, justice, immigration, healthcare and other citizen services across our four regions: UK & Europe, North America, Asia Pacific and Middle East." Serco's North American branch, Serco Ameri
  12. I'm not going to do all the article, just the latest additions. The whole article is in the New Age Section of my website https://thegreatworkdecoded.com
  13. One of the pillars of the New Age movement and the Ruling Elite's techniques of control is the seemingly beneficial quality of OPENNESS, which manifests in different ways, such as a willingness to talk. While I'm broadly in favour of openness and less secrecy, I'm wary of openness when its' promoted by Ruling Elite institutions. For example, the Catholic Church have long encouraged its' followers to 'confess their sins', but was this to achieve a spiritual cleansing, or has there been an ulterior motive to gain information that could be used for blackmail and control in general?
  14. This continues a thread form the old forum.
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