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49 minutes ago, monkeylove said:

Locals = the people who live in that country.

 

Not every group that lives in this country has low birth rates like the natives. Admittedly their birth rates probably go down after multiple generations if they become westernized, which is evident with my Muslim friends that do more haram stuff than their parents.

 

The government can keep flooding us with fresh waves of immigration to get around that though.

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On 1/12/2023 at 8:28 PM, EnigmaticWorld said:

The rootless internationalists entire program relies on getting the sheep to make bad decisions.

 

I generally have to speed read through my forums but for some reason this sentence stuck in my mind today. The internationalists, I call them Illuminati for convenience, want us to become rootless and detached from our history. But are they really rootless themselves? They have no loyalty to nations and ethnic cultures, but there must be some other identities they are rooted in like family bloodlines, or enduring networks which keep the very long-term plans in progress. 

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2 hours ago, Campion said:

 

I generally have to speed read through my forums but for some reason this sentence stuck in my mind today. The internationalists, I call them Illuminati for convenience, want us to become rootless and detached from our history. But are they really rootless themselves? They have no loyalty to nations and ethnic cultures, but there must be some other identities they are rooted in like family bloodlines, or enduring networks which keep the very long-term plans in progress. 

 

It's a fair question because In one sense they have a history of being nomadic wanderers and merchant people travelling around the globe, but in another sense no because they value their bloodline and traditions more than most.


Illuminati is an okay term too, but the problem I see with terms like illuminati and freemasons is that certain people that don't like to be criticized talk about them just being useful idiots for another group. Books from before WW2 used to have more info about the whole Judaism for Gentiles aspect of freemasonry, and even mainstream media documentaries on freemasonry can't hide the fact that a lot of that stuff goes back to Solomon's temple.

 

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We recently received a letter asking us to be a part of a dodgy neighbourhood networking group through some online site called 'nextdoor'. I looked it up and went through a few of their links (Goldman Sachs is an investor), and on the investor page this is the banner heading (notice the odd one out [critter]) :

 

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I've seen numerous of this type of propaganda even where I live, in Argos and outside Sainsbury's for example too. Where it's mostly non-whites in advertising.  And they are flooding Ireland with refugees.

But I can say with my hand on my heart that this is not the end game. This sort of shit IS going to happen whether people like it or not. They will continue to manufacture wars and crises to create this scenario time and time again, and of course the new one 'climate refugees'.

 

What they are deliberately doing is causing division and looking to provoke and instigate civil and racial strife and conflict. Distracting away from the primary and ultimate battle, which is spiritual.

 

I know its hard to see this sort destruction of occur, but I 100% know that Biblical scripture has to play out, and we are going to be facing all sorts of deception, divide and conquer like never seen before.

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37 minutes ago, Given To Fly said:

Distracting away from the primary and ultimate battle, which is spiritual.

 

The Christian thing to do would be to stand up for your nation and make sure that you don't become a minority. If the Irish fail then it will lead to suffering because it will destroy your social cohesion, and that's surely not a loving thing to do. If Europeans ignore their ethnic replacement then they're speeding up the arrival of the Antichrist, because the dark forces in this world have made it clear that Europe must be brought to ruin before he can set himself up in that temple.

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@Given To Fly It's important to remember that tolerance isn't a Christian virtue.

 

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Tolerating evil is not something we should do just because we believe that it's going to happen regardless. I don't think God would like that.

 

We can love other groups and be charitable without flooding our homelands. Christians are not supposed to welcome world government.

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"People of color" refers to literally everyone except whites
"Minorities" refers to literally everyone except whites
"Diversity" refers to literally everyone except whites
"Racial pride" is socially acceptable for literally everyone except whites

 

The agenda is obvious when you get this point. We can add "LGBTQI+" is really a dog-whistle term for non-straight. Certain people have been singled out as a target to be downtrodden. The same people who are needed to keep the European ethnic natives surviving in the future. 

 

"Illuminati is an okay term too, but the problem I see with terms like illuminati and freemasons is that certain people that don't like to be criticized talk about them just being useful idiots for another group.

 

Fair point, I'm probably being a bit cowardly even if using that word leads to friends thinking I've joined the crazy tinfoil hat brigade rather than the far-right. The thing is, I don't have enough hard evidence at my fingertips yet to name real groups of people and hold up in a debate, so while I'm still at this stage in the journey it's a safer term to use. 

 

"I know its hard to see this sort destruction of occur, but I 100% know that Biblical scripture has to play out, and we are going to be facing all sorts of deception, divide and conquer like never seen before."  

 

Isn't that part of the Abrahamic spell, that their scriptures have to play out in real life and so we should be either helping towards that, or at least not obstructing them?

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25 minutes ago, Campion said:

Isn't that part of the Abrahamic spell, that their scriptures have to play out in real life and so we should be either helping towards that, or at least not obstructing them?

 

You'll get different answers depending on denomination of Christian you're talking to. I don't believe that we should just sit back and let evil takeover just because it will hasten the arrival of a messiah, that sounds like redemption through sin. That's probably more inline with what evangelicals in America think because they're often Christian zios that support foreign wars, and they're okay with helping "greatest ally" because they think those that shall not be named will convert in the end.

 

When one reads about grooming gangs and young girls getting their tongues nailed to tables while they get raped by multiple men in a night, I'm pretty sure the Bible makes it clear that it says that a millstone should be hanged around their necks and they should be thrown into the sea. And I don't think you have to be religious to think that there is nothing worse than destroying a childs innocence like that. Unfortunately people will always quote the turn the other cheek stuff like we're all soft.

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On 1/13/2023 at 5:10 AM, EnigmaticWorld said:

 

As if we didn't see that coming. Far too good a public/emotive speaker imo, one to placate Italian conservatives, whilst cheering on the Ukronazis, and 'jabbed' according to at least one source i've found https://www.ansa.it/english/news/politics/2021/07/26/covid-19-fdi-leader-meloni-gets-vaccinated_24f18067-078c-4649-968d-ba5edb3aafc2.html

Opposing mandates is par for the course for controlled opposition if the jabbing phase has concluded.

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On 1/11/2023 at 6:55 PM, Macnamara said:

 

so what? If automation is going to take most peoples jobs then why would you want MORE working age people in the country?

 

they are not flooding migrants in to look after the old who they are killing off with midazolam and morphine and remidesiver. They are flooding them in to completely destroy the existing demographics in this country to create a more globalised society so that britain as a nation state will cease to exist and be more easily absorbed into a world government. This is called GENOCIDE

‘AI will take 20% of all jobs within five YEARS’: Experts explain how bots like ChatGPT will dominate the labor market

  • AI-powered chatbots like ChatGPT are starting a new era of technology
  • It can write poems, take exams and is even set to defend a human in court
  • While life-changing, some fear this AI and others will take over the job market
  • Experts told DailyMail.com that ChatGPT could replace 20% of the workforce 

By Rob Waugh For Dailymail.Com

Published: 18:49 GMT, 20 January 2023 | Updated: 18:53 GMT, 20 January 2023

The launch of ChatGPT, an artificial intelligence chatbot, late last year marked a new era in AI - and sparked widespread fears over the effect of artificial intelligence on the job market.

Its abilities to write poems, screenplays, take exams and simulate entire chat rooms have led some to suggest it could rapidly take over jobs in customer service, copywriting and even the legal profession.

Microsoft invested $10 billion in ChatGPT and said that the technology will change how people interact with computers.

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-11655443/AI-20-jobs-five-YEARS-expert-warns.html

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17 hours ago, Macnamara said:

‘AI will take 20% of all jobs within five YEARS’: Experts explain how bots like ChatGPT will dominate the labor market

  • AI-powered chatbots like ChatGPT are starting a new era of technology
  • It can write poems, take exams and is even set to defend a human in court
  • While life-changing, some fear this AI and others will take over the job market
  • Experts told DailyMail.com that ChatGPT could replace 20% of the workforce 

By Rob Waugh For Dailymail.Com

Published: 18:49 GMT, 20 January 2023 | Updated: 18:53 GMT, 20 January 2023

The launch of ChatGPT, an artificial intelligence chatbot, late last year marked a new era in AI - and sparked widespread fears over the effect of artificial intelligence on the job market.

Its abilities to write poems, screenplays, take exams and simulate entire chat rooms have led some to suggest it could rapidly take over jobs in customer service, copywriting and even the legal profession.

Microsoft invested $10 billion in ChatGPT and said that the technology will change how people interact with computers.

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-11655443/AI-20-jobs-five-YEARS-expert-warns.html

 

Rabbi uses chatbot to deliver sermon to shocked congregation in New York: Warns artificial intelligence will wipe out 375 MILLION jobs in a decade

  • Rabbi Josh Franklin leads the Jewish Center of the Hamptons, in East Hampton 
  • On January 1 he uploaded video of a recent sermon, which was written by A.I.
  • The congregation could not guess it was written by a computer

By Harriet Alexander For Dailymail.com

Published: 05:33 GMT, 21 January 2023 | Updated: 06:58 GMT, 21 January 2023

A New York rabbi shocked his congregation by delivering a sermon, and then informing them that the entire text was written by Artificial Intelligence.

Rabbi Josh Franklin, who leads the Jewish Center of the Hamptons, in East Hampton, uploaded the sermon onto the website on January 1.

He can be seen addressing the congregation, and telling them that he is actually plagiarizing, and using a sermon written not by him.

Franklin speaks for five minutes, quoting the Torah and discussing Joseph's forgiveness, and the eventual saving of the Israelites.

It has been developed by OpenAI, a research organization, co-founded by Elon Musk and investor Sam Altman and backed by $1 billion in funding from Microsoft Corp

Similarly powerful technology that Google built and is narrowly testing with users led one of its engineers this year to say the software was sentient.

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-11660459/Rabbi-uses-chatbot-deliver-sermon-shocked-congregation-New-York.html

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On 1/12/2023 at 7:20 PM, Macnamara said:

 

what does that even mean?

 

the point of automation is that the globalist elites want to make human workers redundant

 

They aren't looking to create a utopia where humans are freed from labour. They are wanting to create a world where they have total control over anyone who survives the covid jab bioweapons. Automation will render you redundant and what the elites would call a 'useless eater' that can then be gotten rid of

 

Warning: ChatGPT Is Coming For White-Collar Work

Posted By: Annie Lowrey via The Atlantic January 23, 2023

ChatGPT is a generative AI program; that is, it is unsupervised in the creation of text, images, video, audio, etc. Ask a general question and get a specific answer. ChatGPT is only the leading edge of this technology, but it promises to quickly displace a massive number of white-collar jobs. ⁃ TN Editor

In the next five years, it is likely that AI will begin to reduce employment for college-educated workers. As the technology continues to advance, it will be able to perform tasks that were previously thought to require a high level of education and skill. This could lead to a displacement of workers in certain industries, as companies look to cut costs by automating processes. While it is difficult to predict the exact extent of this trend, it is clear that AI will have a significant impact on the job market for college-educated workers. It will be important for individuals to stay up to date on the latest developments in AI and to consider how their skills and expertise can be leveraged in a world where machines are increasingly able to perform many tasks.

There you have it, I guess: ChatGPT is coming for my job and yours, according to ChatGPT itself. The artificially intelligent content creator, whose name is short for “Chat Generative Pre-trained Transformer,” was released two months ago by OpenAI, one of the country’s most influential artificial-intelligence research laboratories. The technology is, put simply, amazing. It generated that first paragraph instantly, working with this prompt: “Write a five-sentence paragraph in the style of The Atlantic about whether AI will begin to reduce employment for college-educated workers in the next five years.”

ChatGPT is just one of many mind-blowing generative AI tools released recently, including the image generators Midjourney and DALL-E and the video generator Synthesia. The upside of these AI tools is easy to see: They’re going to produce a tremendous amount of digital content, quickly and cheaply. Students are already using ChatGPT to help them write essays. Businesses are using ChatGPT to create copy for their websites and promotional materials, and to respond to customer-service inquiries. Lawyers are using it to produce legal briefs (ChatGPT passes the torts and evidence sections of the Multistate Bar Examination, by the way) and academics to produce footnotes.

Yet an extraordinary downside is also easy to see: What happens when services like ChatGPT start putting copywriters, journalists, customer-service agents, paralegals, coders, and digital marketers out of a job? For years, tech thinkers have been warning that flexible, creative AI will be a threat to white-collar employment, as robots replace skilled office workers whose jobs were once considered immune to automation. In the most extreme iteration, analysts imagine AI altering the employment landscape permanently. One Oxford study estimates that 47 percent of U.S. jobs might be at risk.

No single technology in modern memory has caused mass job loss among highly educated workers. Will generative AI really be an exception? No one can answer this question, given how new the technology is and given how slowly employment can adjust in response to technological change. But AI really is different, technology experts told me—a range of tasks that up until now were impossible to automate are becoming automatable. “Before, progress was linear and predictable. You figured out the steps and the computer followed them. It followed the procedure; it didn’t learn and it didn’t improvise,” the MIT professor David Autor, one of the world’s foremost experts on employment and technological change, told me. ChatGPT and the like do improvise, promising to destabilize a lot of white-collar work, regardless of whether they eliminate jobs or not.

People and businesses are just figuring out how to use emerging AI technologies, let alone how to use them to create new products, streamline their business operations, and make employees more efficient. If history is any guide, this process could take longer than you might think. Consider electricity. The circuit, electric lights, and rudimentary electric motors were developed in the early 1800s. But another century passed before the widespread adoption of electricity in the United States began to lift GDP. Or take computers. They became commercially available in the early 1950s but did not show up in the productivity stats until the late 1990s.

Some technologies clearly improve productivity and reduce the need for labor. Automated machine tools, for instance, depress manufacturing employment while lifting output and productivity, as do many of the forms of machinery invented and employed since the Industrial Revolution. But other technologies—even amazing ones—show surprisingly muted effects. How about the internet, which has revolutionized almost every facet of communications in the past four decades? Despite altering how we date and talk and read and watch and vote and emote and record our own life stories, launching a zillion businesses, and creating however many fortunes, the internet “fails the hurdle test as a Great Invention,” the economist Robert Gordon argued in 2000, because it “provides information and entertainment more cheaply and conveniently than before, but much of its use involves substitution of existing activities from one medium to another.” Nearly a quarter century later, the internet still hasn’t spurred a productivity revolution. Smartphones haven’t either.

So is AI like the smartphone or is it like an automated machine tool? Is it about to change the way that work gets done without eliminating many jobs in aggregate, or is it about to turn San Francisco into the Rust Belt?

Predicting where technology will cause job losses is hard, Autor noted. Remember the freak-out several years ago over the possibility of self-driving automobiles eliminating work for truck drivers? But AI is much more flexible than a system like Excel, much more creative than a Google Doc. What’s more, AI systems get better and better and better as they get more use and absorb more data, whereas engineers often need to laboriously and painstakingly update other types of software.

Read full story here…

https://www.technocracy.news/warning-chatgpt-is-coming-for-white-collar-work/

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On 1/12/2023 at 7:41 PM, EnigmaticWorld said:

 

Based South Eastern Asian man sticking up for white folks. Now he needs to be redpilled on WW2 and how everything has gone downhill since 1945.

 

A white Russian Jewish Mexican's response.

 

 

She's mostly right. We should ignore the anti-whites venomous hatred on an individual level because people like that are probably too far gone to have a dialogue with, but the anti-white ideology as a whole should be challenged.

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On 1/21/2023 at 2:04 PM, Macnamara said:

 

Rabbi uses chatbot to deliver sermon to shocked congregation in New York: Warns artificial intelligence will wipe out 375 MILLION jobs in a decade

  • Rabbi Josh Franklin leads the Jewish Center of the Hamptons, in East Hampton 
  • On January 1 he uploaded video of a recent sermon, which was written by A.I.
  • The congregation could not guess it was written by a computer

By Harriet Alexander For Dailymail.com

Published: 05:33 GMT, 21 January 2023 | Updated: 06:58 GMT, 21 January 2023

A New York rabbi shocked his congregation by delivering a sermon, and then informing them that the entire text was written by Artificial Intelligence.

Rabbi Josh Franklin, who leads the Jewish Center of the Hamptons, in East Hampton, uploaded the sermon onto the website on January 1.

He can be seen addressing the congregation, and telling them that he is actually plagiarizing, and using a sermon written not by him.

Franklin speaks for five minutes, quoting the Torah and discussing Joseph's forgiveness, and the eventual saving of the Israelites.

It has been developed by OpenAI, a research organization, co-founded by Elon Musk and investor Sam Altman and backed by $1 billion in funding from Microsoft Corp

Similarly powerful technology that Google built and is narrowly testing with users led one of its engineers this year to say the software was sentient.

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-11660459/Rabbi-uses-chatbot-deliver-sermon-shocked-congregation-New-York.html

 

Bank of Israel chief has AI-powered chatbot write speech, aiming to encourage use
https://www.timesofisrael.com/bank-of-israel-chief-has-ai-powered-chatbot-write-speech-aiming-to-encourage-use/

 

https://tech.hindustantimes.com/tech/news/surprising-chatgpt-ai-tool-has-most-demand-in-this-country-see-the-entire-list-71674023996040.html

 

 

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3 minutes ago, EnigmaticWorld said:

Bank of Israel chief has AI-powered chatbot write speech, aiming to encourage use
https://www.timesofisrael.com/bank-of-israel-chief-has-ai-powered-chatbot-write-speech-aiming-to-encourage-use/

Cyber Week: How Israel became a leader in cyber tech and investment

Israel has become one of the world leaders in cyber security. But how did we get there?

Published: JULY 18, 2021 18:27
Israel has become one of the world leaders in cybersecurity. One of those who played a key role in Israel’s pioneering role in this field, which is now emerging as one of the most important aspects of our global economy and security, is Prof. Isaac Ben-Israel.
 
“I was in effect the one in 2010-11 that was asked by the previous prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu how to make Israel one of top five countries in cybersecurity and my report was approved and turned into a government resolution in 2011,” he says. “That was ten years ago and now you can see the results around you, the approach of the report was interdisciplinary, our recommendations were not limited to technology, but also the other aspects of our lives.”
 
Ben-Israel, the director of the Interdisciplinary Cyber Research Center at Tel Aviv University, is an expert in mathematics, physics and philosophy; he earned his PhD in 1988. The center at TAU has some 300 members and is interdisciplinary, meaning it takes into account not just computers and what we may think of as “cyber” but also other fields such as experts from social sciences. Ben-Israel envisioned it this way
BEN-ISRAEL served in the IDF until retiring in 2002. During his service, he held posts in operations, intelligence and weapon development units and research and development in the IDF, according to Tel Aviv University. He also serves as Chairman of the Israeli Space Agency.
 
He looks back on those important years as Israel sought to establish itself as a cyber power. “One recommendation was to create in every university a cyber research center. In those days there was no research on cybersecurity because it was sensitive and secret and used by intelligence services. In Israel, as you know, we have research and teach cybersecurity now in high schools, which was one of our recommendations; that is about building human capital and also starting with start-ups and [business] unicorns and then government regulations and budgets.”
 
The next step for Israel is integrating the technologies we call artificial intelligence, he says. Israel is a leader in AI and this will result in machines that can replace humans in some tasks.
 
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