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This is scary………Why would the UK Government want to be so helpful to China?


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9 hours ago, CarpeDiem said:

 

I thought they were former pilots cashing in on a £250k salary offer. That said, I am surprised we let students flow the other way.

Also aren't the pilots breaking the Official Secrets Act?

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30 minutes ago, Tinfoil Hat said:

Erm - I've given up trying to fathom what's going on

 

after world war two the rothschild cabal which control the central banks and all the big banks and oil corporations started giving technology and know-how from the 'west' to the communist soviet government thereby helping to build them up into a super power that faced off against america in the 'cold war' which was a boon for the weapon manufacturing industry or what ex president eisenhower called the 'military industrial complex' in a speech in which he warned the american public about the rise of that group and how it would subvert the american economy. Prof Sutton wrote a paper detailing this transferral of tech and knowledge

 

In the last few decades the very same cabal of intermarried families have been doing the same thing with china. That cabal got mao into power in china and then they gave the communists technology, funding and technical knowledge that has turned china from an agrarian peasant society into the modern technocratic prison state that it is now.

 

They also helped technology secrets flow from silicon valley to israel in what is called the 'talpiot programme'

 

They have built china up into a modern day testbed for all of the planned for technocratic systems which they hope to roll out across the world

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2 hours ago, TheConsultant said:

Google, Eric Schmidt and the social credit system in China. A worldwide social credit system was in development.

Intel’s Israel Team Is At The Forefront Of 5G Tech That Will Revolutionize How We Communicate

By Ricky Ben-David, NoCamels July 11, 2018

During an interview at Intel’s offices in Haifa, Ben Sinai explains what’s ahead.

“5G is a revolution on all levels: devices, cloud operators, service providers, and content providers. It means a whole new network and new infrastructure. There will be a sharp increase in the number of people connected and everything will be connected and able to communicate,” says Ben Sinai, who joined Intel in 2010 after it acquired chip company Comsys, of which he was CEO.

“Your fridge will be able to know that you are running low on milk, for example. Drone deliveries will be everywhere, the use of autonomous cars will lead to zero road accidents, artificial intelligence capabilities will be able to search databases in seconds, medical surgeries will be more precise and reliable, the world itself will be way more robotized,” Ben Sinai adds.

The involvement of advanced robots in our lives is currently limited to Apple’s Siri, [Amazon’s] Alexa, and the like, he explains, but we will soon be able to perform more important tasks while benefiting from more valuable data.

“Intel wants to serve this market. Its vision is to be a data-centric company, dealing best with data through all its stages: collection, transmission, processing storage. It wants to make use of huge computing, storage, and its artificial intelligence and communication capabilities – very few companies have these combinations,” he tells NoCamels. “And 5G is the leading technology to implement the ‘transmission’ part of this vision.”

For Intel, this means that its innovative products, already ubiquitous, will be even more so.

“New hardware will basically be in all aspects: data collection by new sensors (e.g. Mobileye), communication (e.g 5G), computing (e.g artificial intelligence),” Ben Sinai says. An ambitious move into the mobile phone market is also in the offing, as it is “certainly an ingredient” in Intel’s wider vision.

And Intel Israel, he says, is a “very important design center of Intel Corporation, leading some of its strategic developments in the area of computing, communication, security and more.”

https://nocamels.com/2018/07/intel-israel-5g-tech/

Eric Schmidt’s Israeli dream team

Gogobot co-founder Ori Zaltzman: ‘Israel is among the countries with the highest number of Internet users that log on to our site.’

By ROY GOLDENBERG/GLOBES
Published: JUNE 18, 2011
There are no clear connections between the eight start-ups that Schmidt and Berman have invested in. But it is interesting that half of them have one thing in common: Israel.

Maybe this is a result of Berman’s connections with Israel, and maybe it is just because the talent that exists here. But the conclusion is obvious: Schmidt believes in Israeli brainpower and in the technologies, some of which could have become leading Google products in another incarnation.

https://www.jpost.com/Business/Globes/Eric-Schmidts-Israeli-dream-team

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1 minute ago, Macnamara said:

Intel’s Israel Team Is At The Forefront Of 5G Tech That Will Revolutionize How We Communicate

By Ricky Ben-David, NoCamels July 11, 2018

During an interview at Intel’s offices in Haifa, Ben Sinai explains what’s ahead.

“5G is a revolution on all levels: devices, cloud operators, service providers, and content providers. It means a whole new network and new infrastructure. There will be a sharp increase in the number of people connected and everything will be connected and able to communicate,” says Ben Sinai, who joined Intel in 2010 after it acquired chip company Comsys, of which he was CEO.

“Your fridge will be able to know that you are running low on milk, for example. Drone deliveries will be everywhere, the use of autonomous cars will lead to zero road accidents, artificial intelligence capabilities will be able to search databases in seconds, medical surgeries will be more precise and reliable, the world itself will be way more robotized,” Ben Sinai adds.

The involvement of advanced robots in our lives is currently limited to Apple’s Siri, [Amazon’s] Alexa, and the like, he explains, but we will soon be able to perform more important tasks while benefiting from more valuable data.

“Intel wants to serve this market. Its vision is to be a data-centric company, dealing best with data through all its stages: collection, transmission, processing storage. It wants to make use of huge computing, storage, and its artificial intelligence and communication capabilities – very few companies have these combinations,” he tells NoCamels. “And 5G is the leading technology to implement the ‘transmission’ part of this vision.”

For Intel, this means that its innovative products, already ubiquitous, will be even more so.

“New hardware will basically be in all aspects: data collection by new sensors (e.g. Mobileye), communication (e.g 5G), computing (e.g artificial intelligence),” Ben Sinai says. An ambitious move into the mobile phone market is also in the offing, as it is “certainly an ingredient” in Intel’s wider vision.

And Intel Israel, he says, is a “very important design center of Intel Corporation, leading some of its strategic developments in the area of computing, communication, security and more.”

https://nocamels.com/2018/07/intel-israel-5g-tech/

Eric Schmidt’s Israeli dream team

Gogobot co-founder Ori Zaltzman: ‘Israel is among the countries with the highest number of Internet users that log on to our site.’

By ROY GOLDENBERG/GLOBES
Published: JUNE 18, 2011
There are no clear connections between the eight start-ups that Schmidt and Berman have invested in. But it is interesting that half of them have one thing in common: Israel.

Maybe this is a result of Berman’s connections with Israel, and maybe it is just because the talent that exists here. But the conclusion is obvious: Schmidt believes in Israeli brainpower and in the technologies, some of which could have become leading Google products in another incarnation.

https://www.jpost.com/Business/Globes/Eric-Schmidts-Israeli-dream-team

What's it called when a person of a nation state has higher allegiance to another nation state? Isn't that treason. Quite a few people have committed treason amongst their profit, growth and stealing of power.

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5 minutes ago, TheConsultant said:

What's it called when a person of a nation state has higher allegiance to another nation state? Isn't that treason. Quite a few people have committed treason amongst their profit, growth and stealing of power.

 

'sayanim' and 'hasbara'

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Chi-na is being built up to be the new Cai-ro when the next cycle runs, assuming their calculations about the South China Sea are correct. 

 

They do not see the world as separate nation-states. For them it is like one unit with different administration points---one control center. 

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Try being in the US right now as well... We've been helping Ch-Ch-China for years and it is despicable, even if its directly or indirectly. 

Fang Fang coming over here banging senators and congressmen for info. and influence. Buying farmland next to military bases... How the hell is another country a loud to buy any LAND of a country? Donesnt make sense to me. Unless its directly motivated. Look at Brazil with China they own the infrastructure there, so they own the country basically... Anyways I'm ranting now... take care.

 

 

I'm sure there is a Fang Fang hanging around somewhere in the UK too!!  

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