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  1. https://www.lbc.co.uk/news/sir-david-amess-suspects-father-is-ex-adviser-to-somali-prime-minister/
  2. Don't give them ideas otherwise they will be installing the smart toilets in schools.
  3. Yeah, I read this earlier today too: 17/10/2021 SVT Goes Full DDR https://inconvenientobservations.wordpress.com/2021/10/17/svt-goes-full-ddr/ 'The investigation on the archer, Espen Andersen Bråthen, in Kongsberg continues and the Norweigan police had a press conference on friday. And SVT, the public Swedish TV, chose to lower the sound during some parts.' 'The police are now downplaying that Espen is a Muslim saying that his conversion wasn’t serious. SVT was, of course, quick to communicate this. The focus is instead on mental illness' We might not be seeing Soviet style purges yet, but the censorship is definitely getting wild.
  4. Out of reactions, but interesting, especially the bit about a need for new mechanisms . Cheers.
  5. To be fair, the corruption was very blatant for them. Often people in Soviet times people would be watching TV and a dissenting voice would go against the narrative, then they would be purged as the broadcaster switches to a movie or some music. I wonder how long it will be until we see blatant shenanigans on our screens.
  6. His views on masks, the second lockdown, and possibly Big Pharma:
  7. FT piece from today: Facial recognition cameras arrive in UK school canteens https://www.ft.com/content/af08fe55-39f3-4894-9b2f-4115732395b9 'On Monday, nine schools in North Ayrshire will start taking payments for school lunches by scanning the faces of pupils, claiming that the new system speeds up queues and is more Covid-secure than the card payments and fingerprint scanners they used previously.' At what point will it actually dawn on normies that this is not just about a supposed virus? Probably never I guess, as they seem to have no issues trading their freedoms for convenience and "safety".
  8. We need to start archiving our history. I can't really think of many good sources off the top of my head besides Survive The Jive and Robert Sepehr, I guess old books are probably best. It's something I should probably look into. And it's good to see you bring up the long march and Dutshke. More people need to be aware of how we got to this point.
  9. $35M stolen in voice clone as deepfake tech availability increases https://www.biometricupdate.com/202110/35m-stolen-in-voice-clone-as-deepfake-tech-availability-increases 'A previously unreported incident in which $35 million was stolen in 2020 when fraudsters used voice cloning technology to trick a banker in the UAE into transferring the money into their own account has been revealed by Forbes. The criminals used voice altering technology to pretend to be a company director who needed the money transferring for an acquisition. Tools and techniques for carrying out such attacks are being shared on the dark web, suggesting an increasing threat, says a biometrics firm.' Aussie convenience store took face biometrics without consent — privacy regulator https://www.biometricupdate.com/202110/aussie-convenience-store-took-face-biometrics-without-consent-privacy-regulator 'Convenience-store chain 7-Eleven reportedly used biometrics-based facial analysis systems in Australia to weed out untruthful responses in a customer survey campaign.'
  10. The VPN Empire Built By Intelligence Agents https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2021-10-16/malware-distributor-building-vpn-empire 'What most of the 3 million users who currently use ExpressVPN probably weren't aware of when they signed up is that the service proves the point that hackers and government surveillance aren't mutually exclusive. On September 13th, ExpressVPN was sold to the Israeli-based company Kape Technologies in a $936 million cash and stock purchase.' 'Kape Technologies was founded in 2011 by partners Koby Menachemi and Shmueli Ahdut under the name CrossRider. Early in its origins, CrossRider did not bill itself as a cyber security company. Instead, the focus of the company was on web browsing and advertising technologies. Just 20 months after its founding, the tech start-up with $2 million in working capital was purchased by Israeli tech billionaire Teddy Sagi for $37 million. Menachemi and Ahdut would stay on at the company as its CEO and CTO following the purchase. With the injection of capital that Sagi's purchase put into the company, CrossRider pivoted its operations to change the scope of its outlook toward cyber security. In 2017, CrossRider cemented that change of direction when it purchased CyberGhost VPN for $10.4 million. Upon its acquisition of the Romanian-based VPN, CrossRider rebranded itself as Kape Technologies.' 'Menachemi worked as a developer in the Israeli Intelligence Corps under Unit 8200. That division of the IDF was responsible for collecting signal intelligence and data decryption. Its alumni are estimated to have founded over 1,000 tech startups.' 'Addition controversy arose when in May 2021, disclosures showed that Kape Technologies purchased the company Webselenese. That Israeli-based marketing company runs the websites vpnMentor.com and Wizcase.com which review VPN services. This put Kape Technologies in a position where it was reviewing its own products, unbeknownst to visitors of the websites.'
  11. 17/10/2021 France to Vote on the Great Replacement of Western Civilization https://www.gatestoneinstitute.org/17843/france-election-immigration
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