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VoxDawg
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re: Q: p4501: DJT: Enjoy the show...- Unraveling ToE Thread
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I'm not really sure what that means if it was true.


Come on, man. You're better than this. When the anon made the LifeLog/FB connection, Q straight up came out and said that dude should apply to NSA, implying that that was a HUGE connection that wasn't necessarily supposed to come out until disclosed. I don't think anyone on QTeam expected an anon to connect those dots.

That alone should tell you that something's up with FB. Think of all of the consumer products that have been developed due to the space program - velcro, microwave ovens, the list goes on. Now think about the major internet/social media giants and I'd wager it's safe to assume that almost all of them are DARPA-based projects with a fresh coat of paint slapped on them. The price for having billion dollar corporations dropped into their laps is forced compliance with DS surveillance on the public.


LSUfanNkaty
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re: Q: p4501: DJT: Enjoy the show...- Unraveling ToE Thread
I saw something yesterday from the FBI Records Vault tweet mentioning Hugh Hefner... I was confused... this isn't the playboy Hef is it?


QboveTopSecret
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re: Q: p4501: DJT: Enjoy the show...- Unraveling ToE Thread

Feds have locked the gate open ACLU.

YT

You build the wall.
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Holderofthehorns
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re: Q: p4501: DJT: Enjoy the show...- Unraveling ToE Thread
Hugh Hefner mansion has hidden passageways to other nearby mansions. Architectural drawings were produced that showed these underground passages.

Talk is of hidden cameras used for blackmail purposes.

Excerpt from Q #158

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How must people be made aware of an alternate reality?
What are crumbs (think H-wood/DC)
Define ‘lead-in’ (think play)?
What has been occurring recently?
The stage must be set.
Crumbs are easy to swallow.
What if Hugh Hefner was /a Clown In America?
What is a honeypot?
Define blackmail.
How could this be applied?
Fantasy land.
...



Sunbeam
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re: Q: p4501: DJT: Enjoy the show...- Unraveling ToE Thread
VoxDawg, you are a prolific poster here.

Has it ever occured to you that someone has a point you might have to think about?

Whether you live on 8chan or not, the point I was trying to make is obvious. Or it should be.

None of what the "Tech" giants do is innovative or the like. Actually what they do is implement the OBVIOUS things to do if you were paying attention in the early days of the internet.

My point is, that Facebook is obvious. Whether the CIA set up a puppet to implement to implement their Lifelog program is irrelevant in a way. Because someone would have done that, even if some CIA asswipe wasn't involved.

If you want to look for the hidden hand, why did Facebook win out over Mindspace (think that is the name, boy you can't find much on them with a data search now).


JasonMason
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re: Q: p4501: DJT: Enjoy the show...- Unraveling ToE Thread
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My point is, that Facebook is obvious. Whether the CIA set up a puppet to implement to implement their Lifelog program is irrelevant in a way. Because someone would have done that, even if some CIA asswipe wasn't involved.


I'd argue that most of this stuff is only obvious in hindsight. If it was so obvious, then why didn't anyone do it first?


VoxDawg
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re: Q: p4501: DJT: Enjoy the show...- Unraveling ToE Thread
I'm not intimating that my own point of view cannot be challenged. On the contrary, I'm all about full disclosure and understanding however it comes about. (I'm not quite sure what the 8chan comment has to do with anything, but that's neither here nor there).

To my point, I took your original statement to heart and started to dig a little more into LifeLog, and more specifically, DARPA itself.

If anyone wants to see what I've already found and posted to Twitter, this morning - here it is.

I figured that there were other technologies that have been spun off of MIL tech, but it's a little terrifying to see just what has come about due to DARPA, especially when the data gathering components are factored in.

Computer O/S. GPS. Google Maps. Social Media.

Ever heard of Total Information Awareness? That'll kink your slinky. I just learned about it today.

DARPA swears that it doesn't have anything to do with LL's individual data-gathering mission, but do you believe them?

What about reports that FB has disbanded Building 8? Do you believe them? DARPA says they disbanded LL, and we saw where that went.

The bottom line is that most of our most advanced technology all have roots in some very nefarious CIA/MIL tech projects. Anyone who thinks that the folks who built the back ends of these systems/platforms are going to give up the keys just because they've found some awkward Silicon Valley nerd types to run with the technology in exchange for unfettered access by the nefarious sorts who would want this kind of info in the first place is either being extremely naive or willfully ignorant.


VoxDawg
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re: Q: p4501: DJT: Enjoy the show...- Unraveling ToE Thread
The Coolest DARPA Projects (That We Know About)

Check this list and tell me if any of these could potentially be weaponized against the public.


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Sunbeam
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re: Q: p4501: DJT: Enjoy the show...- Unraveling ToE Thread
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I'd argue that most of this stuff is only obvious in hindsight. If it was so obvious, then why didn't anyone do it first?


My answer is some things take a lot of capital to implement.

Look, I worked in IT in the tail end of the 90's, pre-tech bubble bust.

I was constantly telling people we needed a way to move "chump change" around. You know, you don't want to screw with a credit card, but want to fork over 50 cents for this or that.

A friend of a friend used to make these custom gear shift knobs for 18-wheeler gear shifts (you know, one looked like an 8-Ball, another was an Eyeball, etc).

He made a decent amount of money even if it was a hobby kind of thing, but he didn't want to screw with credit cards. (Paypal would have been ideal for him, but he died in the early 2000's).

Lo and behold Paypal came around a few years later. They handle bigger amounts of cash than I was considering, but you get the idea.

Look, I'm not a genius. But I remember talking with my co-workers about Amazon. Bezos hasn't done sh*t since the late 90's (except buy the Washington Post), that I wasn't talking about then.

I also said Books-A-Million or Barnes and Noble should have jumped in back then. They'd have crushed Amazon.

Regulation aside, the only entity that could take on Amazon now is Walmart, and that isn't a given. But I could see it happening.

What Amazon has now that keeps anyone from competing with them is that warehouse network and infrastructure. Walmart is about the only thing I can think of that could... well do that in their sleep.

If they hired a crackerjack team of programmers and marketers, yeah I think they could take on Amazon.

Ali Baba could do it too, if we ever open the floodgates to that kind of thing (funny how Silly Valley is so free-market, open borders, but they don't talk about Ali Baba).

Ali Baba laughs at Amazon's economy of scale. And they could afford to run at a loss for the five or ten years it'd take for them to crush Amazon.


notsince98
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CIA also directly funded the incubation of Google.

CIA is now publicly funding the massive Amazon cloud.

They don't hide it yet people want to dismiss as paranoid conspiracy.


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notsince98
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My answer is some things take a lot of capital to implement.



You are correct here and how the cabal controls silicon valley. They choose the winners and losers by selecting who to fund. They search for tech that can be used to help them. The fund it and then control development.

The CIA has several publicly outed front companies that only exist to fund startups they find useful.


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keks tadpole
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re: Q: p4501: DJT: Enjoy the show...- Unraveling ToE Thread
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Check this list and tell me if any of these could potentially be weaponized against the public.


It's not here. Boston Dynamics.

Black Mirror has an episode where these robots were armed and used as land drones (director's cut includes clips of an operator in an apartment having a sandwich, bathing his childred, then going to his console and tracking down "insurgents". Scared me more than a clown in a storm drain.
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VoxDawg
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re: Q: p4501: DJT: Enjoy the show...- Unraveling ToE Thread
Ah, good ol' Metlhed. Good times.

Obviously that list is not comprehensive oh, but it illustrates the point that at least half of those things on that list if not more could be used to violate civil liberties of Americans. And then, when we get into cybernetic enhancements like brain implants? Are you freaking kidding me? If it can be programmed, it can be hacked.


Sunbeam
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re: Q: p4501: DJT: Enjoy the show...- Unraveling ToE Thread
What bugs me is Kavanugh's mention in that Total Information Awareness thing.

Trump is all we got (I guess).

But I don't trust anyone who had anything to do with Bush the Younger or "Grey Wolf."

I hope this all turns out OK, and it's not the double-secret backstab job.


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emboslice
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re: Q: p4501: DJT: Enjoy the show...- Unraveling ToE Thread
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I believe he will resign or be fired coming up soon, another criminal ... *hint, look at the campaign material, no pence name mentioned for 2020, no Trump & Pence like in 2016, just Trump for 2020


From October and I don’t remember the speech

kek


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ajc00p3r
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re: Q: p4501: DJT: Enjoy the show...- Unraveling ToE Thread
All the anon did was find an article from a legit publication. It's not like he found articles about life log, and did research to put 2 and 2 together. The reporter would deserve more of the credit than the anon.


LSUfanNkaty
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re: Q: p4501: DJT: Enjoy the show...- Unraveling ToE Thread
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What if Hugh Hefner was /a Clown In America?
What is a honeypot?
Define blackmail.


Ohhhh shit! That's right!
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Holderofthehorns




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ajc00p3r
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One site people all know but all forget is a HUGE benefit of the internet and tech is EBAY. Craigslist was nifty and I see why it took off but ebay has such a large market they can literally control the price of goods. If they meddle with bidding they can keep certain car models more profitable used on their site than other sites and influence KBB/Edmunds, which effects everything else.

What if ebay doesn't like Barbie? It can shadow limit their auction exposure and reduce their selling prices, which effects collectors decision to invest or collect as a hobby.


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VoxDawg
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re: Q: p4501: DJT: Enjoy the show...- Unraveling ToE Thread
Q was the one who told dude to apply to the NSA, not me.

Here's the post:



To the best of my knowledge, that's the first time anyone connected those two particular dots, but I'm certainly open to anything that predates 4-11-18.

ETA - Looks like this dude was on the mother, back in 2012, but would've been viewed as fringey AF at the time.

http://www.therealnewsonline.com/our-blogs/facebook-and-its-connections-to-the-cia-and-darpa
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