USA Inc Depopulation & You – Deborah Tavares & Trevor Coppola Conspiracy Con 2013

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ALREADY HERE Drones With ‘Most Advanced AI Ever’ Coming Soon To Your Local Police Department

Yes, true, but masses of hundreds of airdropped microdrones are much worse. The can glide to a target, crawl up a wall, or drill through a window fly to the target and detonate with a small charge or toxin. They have small cameras and can seek and find a target by facial recognition. They are being mass manufactured now. Very very nasty.  


Drones With ‘Most Advanced AI Ever’ Coming Soon To Your Local Police Department

Thomas Brewster 06:30am EST 3/2/2021

Founded by Google veterans and backed by $340 million from major VCs, Skydio is creating drones that seem straight out of science fiction—and they could end up in your neighborhood soon.

Three years ago, Customs and Border Protection placed an order for self-flying aircraft that could launch on their own, rendezvous, locate and monitor multiple targets on the ground without any human intervention. In its reasoning for the order, CBP said the level of monitoring required to secure America’s long land borders from the sky was too cumbersome for people alone. To research and build the drones, CBP handed $500,000 to Mitre Corp., a trusted nonprofit Skunk Works that was already furnishing border police with prototype rapid DNA testing and smartwatch hacking technology.

Mitre’s unmanned aerial vehicles didn’t take off. They were “tested but not fielded operationally” as “the gap from simulation to reality turned out to be much larger than the research team originally envisioned,” a CBP spokesperson says.

But the setback didn’t end CBP’s sci-fi dreams. This year, America’s border police will test automated drones from Skydio, the Redwood City, Calif.-based startup that on Monday announced it had raised an additional $170 million in venture funding at a valuation of $1 billion. That brings the total raised for Skydio to $340 million. Investors include blue-chip VC shops like Andreessen Horowitz, AI chipmaker Nvidia and even Kevin Durant, the NBA star. It’s not clear just how fast its drones are selling. Dun & Bradstreet estimates its 2020 revenues were firmly sub-$5 million, a figure Skydio says is “significantly off-base.” What is clear is while the company isn’t pre-revenue, it’s still early days in terms of sales. The Army and Air Force spent $10 million on its drones in the last two years, but much of that revenue came in 2019. By Forbes’ calculation, based on documents obtained through Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requests and Skydio’s public announcements, more than 20 police agencies across the U.S. now have Skydios as part of their drone fleets, including major cities like Austin and Boston, though many got one for free as part of a company project to help out during the pandemic.

Adam Bry

Adam Bry, Skydio CEO and cofounder.


The company was founded in 2014 by ex-MIT and Google unmanned flight specialists with ambitions that go far beyond policing the borders. Gawky, dark-haired and stubble-cheeked, with the manner of a Star Trek ensign, 34-year-old Skydio cofounder and CEO Adam Bry believes his company will lead the world to a place where drones don’t need a pilot, whether they’re helping police, inspecting bridges or delivering goods. “We‘re solving a lot of the core problems that are needed to make drones trustworthy and able to fly themselves,” he says from his home, two blocks from Skydio headquarters just outside of San Francisco. “Autonomy—that core capability of giving a drone the skills of an expert pilot built in, in the software and the hardware—that’s really what we’re all about as a company.”

It claims to be shipping the most advanced AI-powered drone ever built: a quadcopter that costs as little as $1,000, which can latch on to targets and follow them, dodging all sorts of obstacles and capturing everything on high-quality video. Skydio claims that its software can even predict a target’s next move, be that target a pedestrian or a car.

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The Skydio X2. Launching later this year, the X2 has range of up to 6 miles and a 100x zoom on its high-definition cameras.


The technology is futuristic, but not exactly brand-new. DJI, which claims yearly revenues above $2 billion, has been making drones with similar autonomous flying features since at least 2016. Some police who’ve used Skydio claim its drones are better at flying in tight, tactical situations—like inside buildings or through a forest—but DJI, which is valued north of $15 billion, has a significant market advantage. Analysts put its U.S. market share at between 70% and 80%, with no other manufacturer above 10% (worldwide numbers are similar).

Skydio’s real advantage might simply be that it is not Chinese. The company bills itself as an all-American alternative to DJI (even if it admits that some of its plastics and metals are made in China). Just before Christmas, the Trump Administration banned American companies exporting to DJI, citing its alleged work supporting oppression of Uyghurs in Xinjiang. This year’s National Defense Authorization Act may ban any federal agencies buying drones made in China, amidst fears DJI could be forced to send sensitive U.S. government or citizens’ data back to Beijing. Local police agencies are also concerned about the threat of Chinese spying—or at least the optics of buying Chinese surveillance drones.

Skydio is happy to play on such fears, routinely taking potshots at its Chinese competitor. After all, no American technology company has ever been hurt by pandering to persistent Sinophobia.

To remove the pilot from the plane wasn’t always Bry’s dream. Go back 20 years, when he was a precocious kid growing up in Denver, Colorado, his dreams were the exact opposite: to become one of the world’s best remote-controlled plane pilots. He got good, taking part and winning national aerobatic competitions. He saw then what small, remotely piloted aircraft could do. “There’s a really high degree of artistry that goes into this,” he says.

Matt Donahue

Matt Donahoe, Skydio cofounder and chief experience officer.


Bry went to MIT, earning a master’s degree in computer science and artificial intelligence, aerospace, aeronautical and astronautical engineering. There he met fellow students and Skydio cofounders Abraham Bachrach and Matt Donahoe. While in college, Bry saw that art could be mastered by a computer. “I was really interested in building something that pushed beyond what the best pilots in the world would be capable of,” he says. In 2012, in a parking lot below MIT labs, they let an albatross-size plane fly itself, dodging pillars and avoiding any collisions in the tight confines of the space. Armed with radar systems used for self-driving cars, a camera, a powerful computer and some autonomy algorithms, it slalomed its way around the space and launched the trio’s entrepreneurial dreams.

Abraham Bacharach

Abraham Bachrach, Skydio confounder and CTO.


After MIT, Bry and Bachrach got jobs at Google and set up Project Wing to work on delivery drones, testing some in Australia. Mainstream, large-scale delivery was a stretch: Drones powerful enough to carry packages are still too heavy, noisy and dangerous to work outside a lab environment. What self-flying drones could do without issue was follow and film users as they climbed mountains or ran through forests. They could help out police and search-and-rescue crews, too. And construction companies, oil businesses or any infrastructure provider could also use them to safely inspect difficult-to-reach structures like bridges or offshore rigs.

Skydio was born in 2014. Four years later, the first consumer drone appeared. Rave reviews followed, and all manner of influencers and film crews snapped them up. The private industry and government work came soon after—and not just in America. Lately, Japan has become a hot spot. “Japan is just an infrastructure paradise,” says Bry. “They’ve got bridges and cell towers and power infrastructure up the wazoo. Our drones are being used there every day for all kinds of interesting inspection tasks.”

Though they now have self-flying tech, neither police nor infrastructure companies are firing their drone pilots quite yet. Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) rules only allow small autonomous drones to fly on their own when a pilot can see the drone or has the ability to regain control over it. Night flights currently require a waiver. All this makes something like a pursuit or a rescue operation in which the drone is doing the driving, potentially way out of an officer’s purview, a legally risky move.

To get the FAA to open its arms to more autonomy, Skydio has been lobbying in earnest. It has employed Brendan Groves, a former associate deputy attorney general in Washington, D.C., to find inroads into the government. It seems to be paying off. Last year, Skydio secured waivers allowing cops in Chula Vista, a suburb of San Diego, and workers at the North Carolina Department of Transportation to operate devices where the pilot can’t see the machine. And in January this year, Bry landed a position on the FAA’s Drone Advisory Committee.

But DJI remains the biggest obstacle—and the police still love DJI. “In about 80 hours’ worth of instruction, we take someone who has never even touched a drone before and then issue them a full kit . . . and turn them loose with that, and we’re having really good results for a cheap price point,” says Sacramento Police Department lieutenant Mike Hutchins, who has been testing Skydio of late, but not deploying in the field. In Chula Vista, where, in a groundbreaking project, drones are sent as first responders before humans arrive, it’s DJI’s drones that are first on scene, not Skydio’s.

Technically, the Skydio excels in tactical deployments, where it’s deployed in close confines. Last year, in Burlington, Massachusetts, a Skydio came through the woods to help out a SWAT team in a five-hour standoff with two armed suspects holed up in a large suburban house. Using its autonomous flying features, the Skydio was able to get up close to the building by dodging obstacles—a clothesline, a garden umbrella—and peer through the windows. Under surveillance from the drone, the suspects turned themselves in 30 minutes later. “It just flows around, which makes it a lot easier when you’re talking about high-risk situations,” says Sage Costa, the officer who was controlling the Skydio.

SkyDio Drone

The S’ydio X2’s Flir thermal camera. Skydio’s new $10,000 to $20,000 X2 drone has a thermal camera with four times the resolution of its Chinese-made rival, DJI’s Mavic 2 Enterprise.


Skydio’s latest version, the X2, addresses some serious shortfalls in its 1 and 2 models, which didn’t work in the dark or the rain. But it is expensive. The DEA just paid $15,000 for an X2, according to government records, and Skydio says the cost can go from $10,000 to $20,000, depending on what accessories and software come on board. DJI’s competitive model costs as little as $3,500. And there’s another catch: The X2’s self-flying features don’t work at night, so a pilot is needed.

If Skydio’s tech alone can’t topple DJI, there are other ways to take out a competitor. Handing Skydios out for free has been one approach. Last spring, they began offering government agencies free Skydios, as long as they provided video and reports for the startup’s marketing and research departments. According to FOIA-obtained emails showing lists of recipients in Skydio’s Emergency Response Program, more than 30 public agencies across the country jumped at the chance, including the Boston and Sacramento police departments and Los Angeles County’s fire-and-rescue unit.

Then there is the made-in-America strategy. In anticipation of the new federal guidelines prohibiting federal agencies from buying from the Chinese, the Pentagon last year released a list of drones that U.S. agencies could purchase, including ones from Skydio, Altavian, Parrot, Teal and Vantage Robotics. It isn’t just federal agencies looking for non-Chinese options. FOIA-obtained emails also show some local police departments are concerned enough that they’re actively seeking to decommission DJI drones, even though that’s not legally required. “Due to future issues with using DJI, we are looking outside DJI and probably any China-manufactured product,” wrote a Port of San Diego officer in December 2019. In Huntington Beach, the surfer’s paradise up the road from Los Angeles, police drone chief Tim Martin tells Forbes he won’t use a DJI when livestreaming or flying around critical infrastructure.

“DJI has essentially been entirely absent from any kind of conversation around how drones could or should be used,” says Bry. “Whether or not you trust the company doesn’t really matter. The Chinese government has the right and a demonstrated history of going in and . . . getting whatever data they want.”

In response to the manifold accusations, DJI has been equally combative. “I think the concerns come out of the geopolitics of the moment . . . and are flanked by competitors who see an opportunity to damage our market by spreading rumors and innuendo about security, rather than competing on the merits,” says Brendan Schulman, DJI’s vice president of policy and legal affairs.

DJI stresses that users can simply put their DJI drone into a mode that keeps them offline, so data couldn’t physically be sent anywhere. It notes its drones have also been tested by independent security companies for any sign of a backdoor that could be used as a way for the Chinese or another government to acquire data. None have been found.

That Skydio is contracting with the military and about to start work with the CBP will likely turn some heads. In some corners of Silicon Valley, engineers balk at the idea of working with such agencies. Thousands of Google staff, for instance, called on their employer to cease working with the Pentagon and immigration agencies in 2020. But Bry says Silicon Valley companies shouldn’t shy away from working on government projects. He won’t comment directly on any work with the CBP, but adds: “It’s unfortunate that some of these agencies are as polarized as they are . . . I think that an organization like Customs and Border Patrol performs an absolutely critical function for society that we all depend on,” Bry says, pointing to corporate promises that Skydio will never sell to a repressive regime or put weapons on its drones.

“We understand that our drones are going to be used in potentially polarizing and charged situations,” Bry says. “But I think that steering away from that just because it’s controversial or polarizing would be the wrong thing to do.”

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US Marines reveal plans for plasma crowd control weapon that can shout at people from 3,000 feet away – then be ‘turned up’ to temporarily blind and even burn them

The US Marines are developing a new laser weapon that can transmit voice messages at long range, or be turned up to deafen, dazzle or even kill.

The Scalable Compact Ultra-short Pulse Laser System (SCUPLS) will be mounted on a truck or tank.

It will initially be used as a non-lethal weapon for crowd control, according to US Government documents.

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Using the different effect would allow operators to control crowds or enemies, first warning them before using the higher settings

Using the different effect would allow operators to control crowds or enemies, first warning them before using the higher settings


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Directed Energy Weapons (DEW) Market Cap to Grow Exponentially ~ Wall Street Ecstatic ! ~ Humans and Nature…not so much..


Reuters article first published July 11, 2017 ~ According to Stratistics MRC, the Global Directed Energy Weapons (DEW) market is expected to grow from $8.12 billion in 2016 to reach $41.97 billion by 2023 with a CAGR of 26.4%

Rising demand for non-lethal deterrents and growing demand for the use of naval weapons in naval forces across the world are some of the major factors favoring the market growth. On the other hand huge development costs, strict industry regulations and lack of testing facilities are restricting the market growth.

Based on product type, lethal weapons segment has observed highest growth rate as these weapons are commonly used by police, military and defence. By high energy laser systems, fiber laser segment leads the market globally and the growth of this segment is attributed to the rising demand for laser technologies and microwave-based weapons. Asia Pacific is expected to witness huge growth rate and the growth of this region is owed to the use of directed energy weapons.

Some of the key players in Global Directed Energy Weapons (DEW) market include BAE Systems PLC, Boeing Company, L-3 Communications Holdings, Inc, Lockheed Martin Corporation, Moog Inc, Northrop Grumman Corporation, Quinetiq Group PLC, Raytheon Company, Rheinmetall AG, Textron Inc, Azimuth Corporation, General Dynamics Corporation, Kratos Defense & Security Solutions, Rafael Advanced Defense Systems Ltd and MBDA. 

World Leaders Have Decided: The Next Step in AI is Augmenting Humans

World Leaders Have Decided: The Next Step in AI is Augmenting Humans

Think that human augmentation is still decades away? Think again.

This week, government leaders met with experts and innovators ahead of the World Government Summit in Dubai. Their goal? To determine the future of artificial intelligence.

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The deadly diseases being released as ice thaws

The deadly diseases being released as ice thaws

Splinters of ice peel off from one of the sides of the Perito Moreno glacier in a process of a unexpected rupture during the southern hemisphere's winter months, near the city of El Calafate in the Patagonian province of Santa Cruz, southern Argentina, July 7, 2008. The Perito Moreno glacier, part of the Los Glaciares National Park, a World Heritage site, measures 250 square kilometers (97 square miles), and is one of the few glaciers which is advancing instead of retreating. REUTERS/Andres Forza (ARGENTINA) - RTX7QJ5

Global warming has begun re-exposing more familiar diseases that modern society thought it had eradicated.
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What would happen if we were suddenly exposed to deadly bacteria and viruses that have been absent for thousands of years? We may be about to find out.

Climate change is melting permafrost soils that have been solid for thousands of years, and as the soils melt they have the potential to release ancient viruses and bacteria that may be capable of springing back to life.

The most recent discovery of an ancient virus came when French and Russian scientists investigated a 30,000 year-old piece of Siberian permafrost.

In a paper published in 2014 in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, a team led by Jean-Michel Claverie of Aix-Marseille University revealed they had discovered a new “giant virus” that they named Pithovirus sibericum.

Giant viruses are so-called because they are much larger than traditional viruses. Pithovirus is the biggest ever found and measures 1,500 nanometres (billionths of a metre) across. That’s more than 10 times larger that the HIV virus.

What is more, after thawing the Pithovirus from its frozen state, Claverie and his team discovered that it was still infectious.

Fortunately, the virus’ targets are amoebae, and Pithovirus poses no danger to humans.

However, giant viruses can sometimes be harmful to people.

Nature magazine reports how in 2013 Christelle Desnues, a virologist at the French National Centre for Scientific Research in Marseilles, discovered signs that another giant virus, Marseillevirus, had infected an 11-month-old boy.

The virus was traced to one of the patient’s lymph nodes, which was then surgically removed.

In their paper, Claverie and his team warn that while Pithovirus is harmless to humans, the “revival of such an ancestral amoeba-infecting virus” suggests that “the thawing of permafrost either from global warming or industrial exploitation of circumpolar regions might not be exempt from future threats to human or animal health”.

Warming viruses

While global warming has yet to expose any ancient viruses harmful to humans, it has begun re-exposing more familiar diseases that modern society thought it had eradicated.

In August 2016, a 12 year-old boy in northern Russia was killed after being infected by Anthrax. The Anthrax outbreak, which saw up to 20 people hospitalised, was blamed on unusually warm weather in the arctic circle.

It is believed that a reindeer carcass infected with Anthrax was buried deep in the ice, but with temperatures reaching 35C in the Siberian tundra last summer, the carcass thawed and Anthrax spores were released.

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Up to 2,300 reindeer were killed as a result of the outbreak, and the entire reindeer herdsman community – of which the fatally infected boy was a member – had to be evacuated.

Average temperatures in Russia have increased by 0.43C in the past 10 years, but the rise has been more pronounced in areas of the far north, according Alexei Kokorin, head of WWF Russia’s climate and energy programme.

Speaking to The Guardian, Kokorin said the warmer climate has begun thawing the permafrost soil that covers much of Russia, including cemeteries and animal burial grounds. Thawing permafrost has also led to greater erosion of river banks where nomads often buried their dead, Kokorin said.

Anthrax may not be the only infectious disease lurking in the ice. In 2004, US researchers successfully revived the 1918 Spanish flu – which killed millions of people – from a fragment of a corpse’s lung frozen in the Alaska permafrost.

Scientists have also discovered DNA fragments of smallpox in the Siberian permafrost.

Bigger threats

While the risk of infectious diseases being released by thawing permafrost is real, scientists are at pains to point out that the chances of any future pandemic are incredibly low.

Speaking in Nature magazine on the discovery of Pithovirus, Curtis Suttle, a virologist at the University of British Columbia in Vancouver, Canada, points out that people already inhale thousands of viruses every day, and swallow billions whenever they swim in the sea.

The idea that melting ice would release harmful viruses, and that those viruses would circulate extensively enough to affect human health, “stretches scientific rationality to the breaking point”, he said.

“I would be much more concerned about the hundreds of millions of people who will be displaced by rising sea levels.”

And rather than diseases being released by melting ice, some argue that as Earth warms northern countries will become more susceptible to outbreaks of “southern” diseases like malaria, cholera and dengue fever, as these pathogens thrive at warmer temperatures.

In warmer countries climate change is already having a devastating effect on people’s health. In central America incidences of chronic kidney disease are on the rise, and are being blamed on increased dehydration as hotter days become more frequent.

SMART DUST Autonomous sensing and communication in a cubic millimeter

Autonomous sensing and communication in a cubic millimeter

PI: Kris Pister
Co-investigators: Joe Kahn, Bernhard Boser
Subcontract: Steve Morris, MLB Co.

Supported by the DARPA/MTO MEMS program

This project finished in 2001, but many additional projects have grown out of it.  Among these are

If you are interested in commercial applications, you should check out Crossbow Technologies and Dust Networks. (N.b. I have a financial interest in both!)

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The two figures above represent where we are and where we’d like to be.
On the left is where we hope to be in July of ’01 – a cubic millimeter device with a sensor, power supply, analog circuitry, bidirectional optical communication, and a programmable microprocessor.  Click on the figure to get more detail.
On the right is where we are now (July ’99) – a (currently) non-functional mote with a volume of about 100 cubic millimeters.  There are two silicon chips sitting on a type-5 hearing aid battery.  The right chip is a MEMS corner cube optical transmitter array – it works.  On the right is a CMOS ASIC with an optical receiver, charge pump, and simple digital controller – it doesn’t work (we violated some of the design rules in the 0.25 micron process, but the next one should work).



  • Using commercial-off-the-shelf (COTS) components, we’ve built some really wonderful little “macro motes“.  Some the features:
    • temperature, humidity, barometric pressure, light intensity, tilt and vibration, and magnetic field sensors all in a cubic inch package, including the bi-directional radio, the microprocessor controller, and the battery!
    • 20 meter communication range
    • one week lifetime in continuous operation, 2 years with 1% duty cycling
  • 21 km laser communication (Coit Tower and Twin Peaks in San Francisco to Cory Hall at UC Berkeley)
    • Using one of the micro-weather stations, we stripped off the radio and wired in a laser pointer.  This went to SF.  In my office at Cal we had a video camera hooked up to a frame grabber in my laptop.  The software looked for (and decoded) flashing lights in the image, and gave us the weather information 21 km away.
  • Large angle MEMS beam-steering
    • The laser motes above need to be aimed.  We’ve made a sub-millimeter mirror coupled to two motors on the same silicon chip.  The motors can scan a reflected laser beam tens of degrees in either direction.
  • Micro Air Vehicle endurance record
    • Sub-contractor Steve Morris of MLB Co has built an 8″ radio controlled plane which flys 60mph for 18 minutes and can carry a color video camera with a live video feed.
  • Silicon maple seeds
    • Using a honeycombed layer of silicon only 0.1 mm thick we have made a 3×10 mm winglet.  With a cubic millimeter of silicon attached, these wings auto-rotate as they fall, just like a maple seed.  The next generation will have solar cells built right in. (ok this generation had the solar cells too, but they didn’t work!)

The science/engineering goal of the Smart Dust project is to demonstrate that a complete sensor/communication system can be integrated into a cubic millimeter package.  This involves both evolutionary and revolutionary advances in miniaturization, integration, and energy management.  We aren’t targeting any particular sensor, in fact there is no direct funding for sensor research in the project (but we’ve got quite a few to choose from based on a decade or two of outstanding MEMS work at Berkeley and elsewhere).
We’re funded by DARPA, so we will demonstrate Smart Dust with one or more applications of military relevance.  In addition, we’re pursuing several different applications with commercial importance, and we’ve got a long list of applications to work on if we only had the time.  Here’s a sampling of some possible applications, in no particular order:

  • Defense-related sensor networks
    • battlefield surveillance, treaty monitoring, transportation monitoring, scud hunting, …
  • Virtual keyboard
    • Glue a dust mote on each of your fingernails.  Accelerometers will sense the orientation and motion of each of your fingertips, and talk to the computer in your watch.  QWERTY is the first step to proving the concept, but you can imagine much more useful and creative ways to interface to your computer if it knows where your fingers are: sculpt 3D shapes in virtual clay, play  the piano, gesture in sign language and have to computer translate, …
    • Combined with a MEMS augmented-reality heads-up display, your entire computer I/O would be invisible to the people around you.  Couple that with wireless access and you need never be bored in a meeting again!  Surf the web while the boss rambles on and on.
  • Inventory Control
    • The carton talks to the box, the box talks to the palette, the palette talks to the truck, and the truck talks to the warehouse, and the truck and the warehouse talk to the internet.  Know where your products are and what shape they’re in any time, anywhere.  Sort of like FedEx tracking on steroids for all products in your production stream from raw materials to delivered goods.
  • Product quality monitoring
    • temperature, humidity monitoring of meat, produce, dairy products
      • Mom, don’t buy those Frosted Sugar Bombs, they sat in 80% humidity for two days, they won’t be crunchy!
    • impact, vibration, temp monitoring of consumer electronics
      • failure analysis and diagnostic information, e.g. monitoring vibration of bearings for frequency signatures indicating imminent failure (back up that hard drive now!)
  • Smart office spaces
    • The Center for the Built Environment has fabulous plans for the office of the future in which environmental conditions are tailored to the desires of every individual.  Maybe soon we’ll all be wearing temperature, humidity, and environmental comfort sensors sewn into our clothes, continuously talking to our workspaces which will deliver conditions tailored to our needs.  No more fighting with your office mates over the thermostat.
  • Interfaces for the Disabled (courtesy of Bryndis Tobin)
    • Bryndis sent me email with the following idea: put motes “on a quadriplegic’s face, to monitor blinking & facial twitches – and send them as commands to a wheelchair/computer/other device.”  This could be generalized to a whole family of interfaces for the disabled.  Thanks Bryndis!
  • The dark side
    • Yes, personal privacy is getting harder and harder to come by.  Yes, you can hype Smart Dust as being great for big brother (thank you, New Scientist). Yawn.  Every technology has a dark side – deal with it. [this was my original comment on “dark side” issues, but it made a lot of people think that we weren’t thinking about these issues at all.  Not true.]
    • As an engineer, or a scientist, or a hair stylist, everyone needs to evaluate what they do in terms of its positive and negative effect.  If I thought that the negatives of working on this project were larger than or even comparable to the positives, I wouldn’t be working on it.  As it turns out, I think that the potential benefits of this technology far far outweigh the risks to personal privacy.

Environmental Impact
A lot of people seem to be worried about environmental impact.  Not to worry!  Even in my wildest imagination I don’t think that we’ll ever produce enough Smart Dust to bother anyone.  If Intel stopped producing Pentia and produced only Smart Dust, and you spread them evenly around the country, you’d get around one grain-of-sand sized mote per acre per year.  If by ill chance you did inhale one, it would be just like inhaling a gnat.  You’d cough it up post-haste. Unpleasant, but not very likely.
Consider the scale – if I make a million dust motes, they have a total volume of one liter.  Throwing a liter worth of batteries into the environment is certainly not going to help it, but in the big picture it probably doesn’t make it very high on the list of bad things to do to the planet.

China’s plan to use artificial intelligence to boost the thinking skills of nuclear submarine commanders

China’s plan to use artificial intelligence to boost the thinking skills of nuclear submarine commanders

Equipping nuclear submarines with AI would give China an upper hand in undersea battles while pushing applications of the technology to a new level

PUBLISHED : Sunday, 04 February, 2018, 9:01pm
UPDATED : Tuesday, 06 February, 2018, 11:07am

China is working to update the rugged old computer systems on nuclear submarines with artificial intelligence to enhance the potential thinking skills of commanding officers, a senior scientist involved with the programme told the South China Morning Post.

A submarine with AI-augmented brainpower not only would give China’s large navy an upper hand in battle under the world’s oceans but would push applications of AI technology to a new level, according to the researcher, who spoke on condition of anonymity because of the project’s sensitivity.

“Though a submarine has enormous power of destruction, its brain is actually quite small,” the researcher said.

While a nuclear submarine depends on the skill, experience and efficiency of its crew to operate effectively, the demands of modern warfare could introduce variables that would cause even the smoothest-run operation to come unglued.

For instance, if the 100 to 300 people in the sub’s crew were forced to remain together in their canister in deep, dark water for months, the rising stress level could affect the commanding officers’ decision-making powers, even leading to bad judgment.

An AI decision-support system with “its own thoughts” would reduce the commanding officers’ workload and mental burden, according to the researcher.

An artificial intelligence decision-support system with “its own thoughts” would reduce the mental burden of China’s nuclear submarine commanders. Photo: AFP

The possibility of AI having a prominent role in nuclear submarines – through the work of Chinese scientists – is a milestone both for China and the technology.

Since the first nuclear submarines appeared in the early 1950s, produced by the US, they have ranked among the most sophisticated war machines. It can take as long as two decades for a nuclear sub to progress from an idea on a blueprint to the finished product, sliding down a slipway.

But the subs’ computer brains have generally been out of sync with their state-of-the-art image.

First, the technology in most submarine computers tends to predate the vessel’s commissioning. Furthermore, military-grade electronic components have required extensive battle-hardening to withstand shocks, heat or electromagnetic disturbance, sacrificing speed for reliability.

Up till now, the “thinking” function on a nuclear sub, including interpreting and answering signals picked up by sonar, a system for detecting objects under water by emitting sound pulses, has been handled almost exclusively by human naval personnel, not by machines.

A US survey touted the value of using AI to enhance submarine commanding officers’ decision-making powers. Pictured: two Chinese warships. Photo: Chinatopix via AP

Now, through AI technology, a convolutional neural network undergirds so-called machine learning. This structure underpins a decision support system that can acquire knowledge, improve skills and develop new strategy without human intervention.

By mimicking the workings of the human brain, the system can process a large amount of data. On a nuclear submarine, data could come from the Chinese navy’s rapidly increasing observation networks, the submarine’s own sensors or daily interactions with the crew.

An AI assistant could support commanding officers by assessing the battlefield environment, providing insight into how levels of saline in the ocean and water temperature might affect the accuracy of sonar systems.

It also could recognise and flag threats from an enemy faster and more accurately than human operators.

An AI assist also could help commanding officers estimate the risks and benefits of certain combat manoeuvres, even suggesting moves not considered by the vessel’s captain.

AlphaGo Zero, the newest version of AlphaGo, a computer program that plays the board game Go, can teach itself to be a better player without human help. Photo: EPA

China’s military wants the new AI technology to deliver on certain basic demands, according to the researcher.

A priority is ensuring the system can follow and understand sophisticated, ever-changing underwater operations. It also must have a simple structure to reduce its risk of failure. And it must be compact and compatible with subs’ existing computer systems.

“It is like putting an elephant into a shoebox,” said the researcher when asked about the challenge of the project.

“What the military cares most about is not fancy features. What they care most is the thing does not screw up amid the heat of a battle.”

The military currently has no plan to reduce the size of submarine crews when the AI technology is ready for deployment. “There must be a human hand on every critical post. This is for safety redundancy,” the researcher said.

Beijing, which takes the AI submarine programme very seriously, is ploughing abundant resources into the undertaking, according to the researcher.

Living in deep, dark water for months on a submarine increases stress and can affect commanders’ decision-making powers. Photo: Reuters

China’s move highlights the spectre of a widening AI technology gap. The existence of the AI sub tech divide was underscored by the comment of a US military systems executive taking part in a survey last year by the US Defence Advanced Research Projects Agency on “disruptive technologies” that a hostile country could use against Americans.

Joe Marino, CEO of Rite-Solutions, a technical company supporting the US Naval Undersea System Command, touted the value of using AI to enhance submarine commanding officers’ decision-making powers.

“[Without matching other countries’ advances in AI submarine technology] our CO (commanding officers) would be fighting an opponent who could make faster, more informed and better decisions,” Marino wrote in an article on the company’s website.

“Combined with undersea technology advancements by near-peer competitors such as Russia and China in areas such as stealth, sensors, weapons, this ‘cognitive advantage’ could threaten US undersea dominance,” he wrote.

An AI system on a submarine would be somewhat similar in many ways to self-driving technology on some cars. Photo: AFP

Marino urged the US navy to embrace AI and challenge America’s defence industry to investigate the possible application of the technology on US submarines.

Zhu Min, a researcher at the Institute of Acoustics with the Chinese Academy of Sciences and a lead scientist in China’s deep water exploration programme, said AI has been a fashionable word in China’s submarine research community for the past couple of years.

“In the past, the technology was too distant from application, but recently a lot of progress has been achieved,” he said. “There seems to be hope around the corner.”

Where traditional computer programs on submarines have needed “step-by-step” human guidance, AI has the potential to “change the game under the sea”, Zhu said.

AI algorithms usually run on large, state-of-the-art computers, requiring intensive calculation to process a huge amount of data.

Recent technical advancements, however, have suggested it may be possible for these algorithms – translated in layman’s terms as rules for solving a problem in a finite number of steps – to be executed on small machines.

AlphaGo, a computer program that plays the board game Go, developed by Google’s Deep Mind, for instance, initially required several powerful computers. After two years it achieved much higher performance with only a tenth of the calculating hardware.

AlphaGo Zero, the newest version of the program, no longer needs to learn how to play the game better from a human player. It can teach itself to be a better player without human help.

David Hanson, the founder of Hanson Robotics, talks with his company’s flagship robot Sophia, a lifelike robot powered by artificial intelligence in Hong Kong. Photo: AP

Zhu said using AI on a strategic weaponry platform such as a nuclear submarine would be a natural next step for the evolving technology. Letting it seek new knowledge without restraint, however, could lead to unexpected consequences.

If the system started to have its own way of thinking, “we may have a runaway submarine with enough nuclear arsenals to destroy a continent,” he said, describing what sounded like the plot of a science-fiction film or novel.

“This is definitely a risk the authorities should consider when introducing AI to a sub.”

Deng Zhidong, a computer science professor and AI scholar at Beijing’s Tsinghua University, said the risk of AI-based machines’ rebelling against human society did not exist – at least for the foreseeable future.

“An AI-powered machine is still a machine. It does not have a life,” he said.

An AI system on a submarine, though sophisticated, in many ways would be similar to self-driving technology on some cars, Deng said.

“You can shut it down and shift to manual any time. It will be the same on a nuclear submarine.”

TABU; Towards A Better Understanding

Psychotronic Terrorism

Psychotronic Terrorism

Psychotronic Terrorism

The military and intelligence communities all over the world are working together to control society. They are using technologies to oppress, surveille, and mind control populations. The US and the United Kingdom along with its common wealth states of Australia, Canada, and New Zealand have a joint intelligence operation known as Five Eyes which runs its ECHELON program used for gathering intelligence.

ECHELON is working with the NSA’s MAINWAY and MARINA to hack, steal, and store private information intercepted from telephone and internet communications and information. The NSA which is headed up by Michael S. Rogers is spying on everyone through hidden cameras and microphones in smart devices, televisions, and computers.

The information is stored in the Utah Data Center where they develop psychological programs on civilians used for psychological targeting. All of this is entirely criminal. ECHELON is being covertly hacked by the Swiss ONYX interception system headed up by Guy Parmelin the Federal Councillor of the Swiss Federal Department of Defence and I believe the Swiss are working with Italy’s AISE, France’s Directorate-General for External Security headed up by Bernard Bajolet and Germany’s Federal Office for the Protection of the Constitution or BfV headed up by Hans-Georg Maasen and Germany’s Federal Intelligence Service or BND and their Project 6 surveillance program which works with the CIA headed up by Mike Pompeo.

The EU uses Schengen Information System which unifies European intelligence gathering. The EU Commission is headed up in Belgium and Luxembourg with Jaak Raes the head of Belgian VSSE intelligence and Patrick Heck the head of Luxembourg’s SREL intelligence. Russian Federal Security Service runs the SORM surveillance system on Russian civilians. Israeli Mossad and the IDF’s Haman run Unit 8200 and they run Luxembourg based Intelsat satellite interceptors along with British Inmarsat satellite interceptors. These surveillance systems are spying on everyone however the release of this information distracts from the fact they are all running neurological hacking software where wireless frequencies and electronic emissions are designed to hack into a persons body and mind. They spray what are called chemtrails for various purposes like weather modification but also to enhance their wireless and radio transmitted frequencies.

They are using GENESIS (software), Neuron (software), Brian (software), and NEST (software) through the electronics which function through all operating systems like Windows and Linux. The Satellite interceptor systems are also running similar programs which can target in a similar way. MERLIN is a radio telescope system named after a wizard and managed by Brian Bowsher which is running biochemical hacking programs developed by the Freemasonic members of the Royal Institute and Royal Society which are covertly working with the Science and Technology Facilities Council.

The USAF’s HAARP system is partly involved with radio targeting on members of society. Karl G. Jansky Very Large Array located in New Mexico and Atacama Large Millimeter Array based in Chile are radio satellite systems also used for targeting. The Atacama system is an international project including Europe and the United States. The Netherlands Institute for Radio Astronomy runs its LOFAR and Westerbork Synthesis Radio Telescope systems used for targeting society with mind control frequencies. Dutch intelligence is called AIVD and headed up by Rob Bertholee. Haman headed up by Gadi Eizenkot and Mossad headed up by Yossi Cohen are involved along with CIA-Jesuits or Roman intelligence and SIS-Masonic Crown agents in overseeing and infiltrating Silicon Valley which further enables electronics and operating systems to run neural hacking programs.

The European Union owns the Human Brain Project operating out of Geneva, Switzerland which has helped to develop neuro-brain computer interface and neurological hacking software like GENESIS which was developed by Jesuit educated James Mason Bower. They can literally plug their minds into these systems and target people with a form of synthetic telepathy. The Church of Scientology which is working with Silicon Valley has these technologies. Along with these programs military and private military have developed various microwave, electronic, and pulse weapons used for covertly targeting members of society.

All this is invisible to the eye and enables these tyrants to target people extremely covertly. These are crimes against humanity. These systems need to be shut down and these criminals need to be executed.

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Savoy’s and Switzerland; Master Controllers

Savoy-Genovese Mafia

Savoy-Genovese Mafia

The Savoy family has ruled in Italy, Switzerland, France, Cyprus, Albania, and regions of North Africa as dukes, monarchs, and emperors. The Savoy coat of arms and flag of Switzerland are the same.

They have intermarried with various royal and noble families including the Saxe-Coburg and Gotha, Glucksburg, Hesse, Bourbon, Bourbon-Two Sicilies, Medici, and Orleans families. They share a similar ancestry with the House of Hanover. The Savoy family established the Liberty of the Savoy in London in 1246.

There is a Savoy Hotel in London named in honor of the House of Savoy. Prince Vittorio Emanuele IV is a top hidden owner of the Genovese crime family which has infiltrated Wall Street and extorts businessmen in the United States. The Genovese crime family is much larger than what is reported and have a black hand mafia and white collar division with many British and German business associates involved in Wall Street. The Savoy family use the mafia to influence the trading on the stock market for their interests formerly through SIX Swiss Exchange and now through Deutsche Borse. In the 90’s White Rock Partners and State Street Capital Markets were involved in some mafia tied stock fraud. What the Genovese crime family do is threaten and extort stock brokers for inside information and deals used in international trading.


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Guggenheims, Rothschild’s and Criminal Bloodlines

The Stuart family is a very large royal criminal bloodline with current titles of peerage in Ireland, Scotland, Nova Scotia, and England. They ruled as the monarchs of Scotland and England for a period of time and intermarried with the Bourbon, Hanover, and Wittlesbach royal families as well as English royals. The Stuart family were originally related with the Bruce Clan of Scotland.

Arthur Stuart’s grandparents were Solomon Guggenheim and Irene Rothschild and Arthur worked as Vice President of the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum. Guggenheim Partners is a large global investment firm controlling assets estimated at 290 billion and Guggenheim Funds Investment Advisors located in Chicago is another major firm controlling tens of billions and owned by the Guggenheim family.

The Stuart family has also intermarried with the Montagu noble family that were appointed as peers by the Roman Catholic King Edward IV of England.

The Stuart or Stewart families have many noble branches and still own various estates and palaces today. The Stuart clan have a large portion of ownership over the Hudson’s Bay Company through Prince Rupert of the Rhine whose mother was a Stuart. Prince Rupert was the first Governor of the Stuart King Charles II’s authorized Hudson’s Bay Company and their relative Donald Smith, 1st Baron Strathcona and Mount Royal was a top executive of HBC and obtained large shares in it when the company went private. The Stuart King James VI issued the royal charter for Nova Scotia. Canada and Nova Scotia are Stuart territory. The Stuart family are large share holders of the Hudson’s Bay Company.

Andrew Bertie the recent and former Grandmaster of the Sovereign Military Order of Malta was a Stuart through his mother Lady Jean Crichton-Stuart. The Stuart family is directly involved with the Sovereign Military Order of Malta which is a masonic organization.


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The Founding of the USA Corporation. 1871

United States Corp.

United States Corp.

The United States is defined as a federal corporation under US code 3002 section 15.

The Virginia Company was transformed into the United States corporation during the Revolutionary War by Freemasonic Founding Fathers like George Washington, Alexander Hamilton, John Hancock, and Benjamin Franklin who were working under the Grand Lodge of England.

The Virginia Company was issued by the British royal family from the City of London Corporation for North American settlements. Around 1213 King John surrendered the Kingdom of England to the Holy See under the Golden Bull or Bulla Aurea. In 1215 under direct papal authority King John issued the Magna Carta (Latin for Great Charter) and this officially established the one mile square block called the City of London Corporation as a sovereign entity from England and London.

The Holy See uses Latin for official documents and the Vatican uses Latin as its official language. Novus Ordo Seclorum is Latin and translates to New Order of the Ages and is on the United States Great Seal and United States one dollar bill. Washington DC is located in both Virginia and Maryland.

That is Virgin Mary Land. DC was originally called Rome in 1669 which is stated in the Catholic Encyclopedia. DC is Roman architecture and Capitol Hill is named after Capitoline Hill in Rome. The ancient Roman fasces symbol is all over federal buildings and federal seals. This is all fraudulency.

Bull of Innocent III taking England under his protection

From this time onwards, the Pope would be England’s feudal overlord, receiving an annual tribute of 1000 marks (£666). On 3 October 1213, at St Paul’s Cathedral in London, these arrangements were confirmed by a royal charter bearing a golden seal, and by the King placing his hands between those of the papal legate as a token of his submission

The Magna Carta is one of the earliest ancestors of the United States Constitution. This is a translation from the Latin.

The city of London shall enjoy all its ancient liberties and free customs

Given by our hand in the meadow that is called Runnymede, between Windsor and Staines, on the fifteenth day of June in the seventeenth year of our reign (i.e. 1215: the new regnal year began on 28 May).

The Virginia Company of London was a joint-stock company chartered by King James I in 1606 to establish a colony in North America.

(15)“United States” means—
(A)a Federal corporation;

Vatican City

Languages: Italian and Latin.

The phrase Novus ordo seclorum (Latin for “New order of the ages”; English: /ˈnoʊvəs ˈɔːrdoʊ sɛˈklɔərəm/; Latin pronunciation: [ˈnɔwʊs ˈoːrdoː seːˈkɫoːrũː]) is the second of two mottos that appear on the reverse (or back side) of the Great Seal of the United States. (The first motto is Annuit cœptis, literally translated “[He/she/it] has favored our undertakings”.) The Great Seal was first designed in 1782, and has been printed on the back of the United States one-dollar bill since 1935.

As settlements advanced up the country from lower Maryland, a fair proportion of those who acquired land in what is now the District were Catholics. In 1669 “a parcell of land. . .called Rome. . .was layd out of Francis Pope. . .extending to the south of an inlet called Tiber”; this gentleman, “Pope of Rome on the Tiber”, was sheriff of Charles County, and, in all probability, a Catholic. The well-known families of Carroll, Digges, Queen, and Young were the possessors of extensive landed estates before the American Revolution.

Within thirty years, the fraternity had spread throughout Europe and the American Colonies. Freemasonry became very popular in colonial America. George Washington was a Mason, Benjamin Franklin served as the head of the fraternity in Pennsylvania, as did Paul Revere and Joseph Warren in Massachusetts. Other well-known Masons involved with the founding of America included John Hancock, John Sullivan, Lafayette, Baron Fredrick von Stuben, Nathanael Greene, and John Paul Jones. Another Mason, Chief Justice John Marshall, shaped the Supreme Court into its present form.

During the revolutionary era, masons of note included George Washington, Alexander Hamilton, Benjamin Franklin, Samuel Adams, Richard Henry Lee, and John Hancock.

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British/Scottish Ownership of US Cities

British Feudalism

British Feudalism

The founding father and Freemason Alexander Hamilton who had Scottish ancestry was from the Hamilton Peerage of Scotland which is today headed by James Hamilton the 5th Duke of Abercorn and Alexander Douglas-Hamilton the 16th Duke of Hamilton. LeRoy Percy was a plantation owner and politician in Mississippi and an ancestor of the Percy dukes of Northumberland through Charles Percy. The Percy Peerage is headed today by Duke Ralph Percy.

Barbara Pierce-Bush is also a Percy. Torquhil Campbell the 13th Duke of Argyll is a Scottish Peer and does business at the City of London. Malcolm Forbes the 23rd Lord Forbes is a Scottish Peer in Aberdeenshire .

The Forbes family in the United States come from Aberdeenshire, Scotland. The sons of Malcom Stevenson Forbes of the United State are Steve Forbes and Christopher Forbes and they are the owners of Forbes Media.

The City of Boston is named after Boston Lincolnshire, England where the original colonists came from. George William Eustace Boteler Irby, 11th Baron Boston is the head of the Barons of Boston today and has a portion of oversight in Boston Massachusetts. Most of the names of towns in the United Kingdom ruled by peers are also names of towns in the United States and British Commonwealths.

They are their foreign territories. They often move family branches into these regions. Through hierarchy they serve their elder bloodlines. The British Peers also run the Royal Society and its superior the Royal Institution which are secret societies involved in science. They are really involved in scientifically advancing alchemy, witchcraft, and other forms of sorcery and using them along with technologies.

The scientific occultist Francis Bacon was influential in developing these societies. These groups are ran by Freemasonic Peers and they oversee the technology and medical companies as well as the Church of Scientology. Many universities in the United States were established through English Crown Colonies and authorized and chartered by the English Crown and connected to the City of London Corporation. These universities are still owned by the British Crown and British Peerage through corporate charters.

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British Crown Agents Named Bush, Kissinger and Gates

British Crown Agents

British Crown Agents

Yale and Harvard along with several other “prestigious” universities are owned by the British Crown. They were authorized by the King of England through Crown Colonies. Yale University was authorized by the English Monarch through the Connecticut Colony.

The University of Harvard was authorized by the English Monarch through the Massachusetts Bay Colony. The Crown Colonies were issued from the City of London Corporation which is a sovereign municipal corporate state and one mile square block inside of London where royal and corporate charters are issued from. The Crown Colonies are companies owned by the British Monarchs and other royal families that do business inside of the City of London Corporation.

The British royal family uses these universities to recruit their Crown Agents who then serve their interests by infiltrating corporate and government agencies. Many high level members in US military and intelligence come from Yale, Brown, or Harvard. Many powerful politicians were educated at these Crown Universities. They mostly use secret societies or fraternities for recruiting Crown Agents like Skull and Bones, Book and Snake, Porcellian Club, or Phoenix-S K Club.

Porter Goss is a member of Book and Snake and was former Director of the CIA. Mark Zuckerberg who is worth over 75 billion has been linked with the Phoenix-SK Club. From CNN Anderson Cooper and David Gergen are members of Yale’s Manuscript Club.

The British Crown also uses Crown Knights as agents who pledge their allegiance to the House of Windsor and in return are granted power and wealth. All heads of MI6 have been knighted by the House of Windsor.

Former CIA Director and US President George Herbert Walker Bush was knighted under the Order of the Bath. Former US Secretary of State and National Security Adviser Henry Kissinger is a Knight of the British Empire. Henry Kissinger is a major developer of their depopulation agenda as the author of the National Security Study Memorandum a report on slowing population growth.

Former Chairman of the Federal Reserve Alan Greenspan is a Knight of the British Empire. John Franklyn Mars was knighted by the House of Windsor’s Order of the British Empire and he is worth about 26 billion. one of the wealthiest men on the planet is Bill Gates and he is a Knight of the British Empire and worth over 90 billion. Bill Gates also openly promotes depopulation and uses his wealth to impose deadly vaccines all around the world. Rudy Giuliani is a Knight of the British Empire. Former Mayor of New York City Michael Bloomberg is a Knight of the British Empire and worth about 50 billion. General Wesley Clark is a Knight of the British Empire. Steven Spielberg is Knight of the British Empire and worth about 3.7 billion. Ronald Reagan was a Knight of the British Empire. Shimon Peres the former President and Prime Minister of Israel was a British Knight of the Order of St Michael and St. George. Knights and Court Factors serve royal courts. Buckingham Palace is a royal court.

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Origins of Our Money Masters; The City of London

Templar’s City of London Corporation

Templar’s City of London Corporation

The City of London Corporation is a one mile square block in London where the 110 Livery Companies operate from. The 110 Livery Companies represent every industry in the global market. Most major corporations today are connected with the Livery Companies through proxies or subsidiaries. Business at the City of London is mostly private and they conceal ownership through private contracts. The Knights Templar of London were headquartered at the inner temple of the City of London and today are the Order of the Garter headed by the British royal family and British Peerage. The City of London Corporation, Knights Templar, and Order of the Garter all use the same red cross as a symbol.

The Knights Templar were merchants and bankers that held gold for pilgrims who traveled to Jerusalem and provided them with bank notes which were used at the Templar’s merchant shops along the way. The Knights Templar established modern banking. London merchants have a monopoly on gold and silver which they use as leverage over the markets and monetary system. They also manipulate the price of gold and silver from London. This Templar merchant and banking system is rigged and functions like covert monopolies through hidden corporate conglomerates.

Many universities, banks, and merchant companies are connected to the charters that were issued from the City of London Corporation. Some merchant and banking families that operate in London include the Grosvenor, Goldsmith, Rothschild, Montagu, Norman, Guinness, Bailey, Sassoon, and Barclay families. The billionaire brothers David and Frederick Barclay own Press Holdings which includes Telegraph Media Group.

Janus Henderson is located at the City of London Corporation and has assets estimated at around 330 billion. Janus Capital founded by Tom Bailey merged with Henderson Group. The Bailey family are Anglo-Irish bankers that are married with the Guinness family. Diageo which operates from London manufactures Guinness and made around 2.3 billion in 2016. Diageo is part of the Worshipful Company of Distillers. Barclays is a bank operating from the City of London Corporation and has assets at around 1.2 trillion.

The Barclay family are a Scottish and Quaker baronage with Peter Charles Barclay as the head. Ben Goldsmith co-founded WHEB Group an investment firm located in London. The Montagu family created Montagu Private Equity a buy out firm that is headquartered in London. Duke Richard Walter John Montagu Douglas Scott and Baron Ralph Douglas-Scott-Montagu are high level members of the Montagu clan. Hugh Grosvenor is worth about 16 billion and owns Grosvenor Group located in London with assets around 60 billion.

The United States is a federal corporation defined under US code 3002 section 15 and is really a continuation of the Virginia Company.

The Virginia Company was issued by the British Crown from the City of London Corporation for North American settlements. Former Governor of the Bank of England Baron Montagu Norman helped to established the Bank for International Settlements and worked with Nazi businessmen.

They are using the Bank for International Settlements as a proxy to steal from corporate governments through foreign tax contracts like the Belgian Scheldt Dues. They then launder and conceal the wealth in private Swiss bank accounts.

Washington DC was established as a municipal corporate state and headquarters of the United States through the 1871 District of Columbia Organic Act based on debts owed to foreign entities like the Hudson Bay Company, Irish Government, and Kingdom of Belgium. Prince Lorenz of Belgium works at Gutzwiller bank in Basel Switzerland right near the Bank for International Settlements and is overseeing the private accounts of the royal and noble families. The British HSBC Bank is international and operates in Switzerland. Some influential London bankers include Evelyn de Rothschild, Ben Goldsmith, Frank Zac Goldsmith, Baron James Sassoon, Duke Hugh Grosvenor, and Andrew Bailey.

Today Baron James Sassoon is an extremely influential banker from London whose family ran businesses in China, Iraq, and India as subsidiaries of the City of London chartered East India Company. HSBC was co-founded by the British knight Thomas Sutherland. The Sutherland family are a Scottish clan that hold titles of Barons with Countess Elizabeth Sutherland and Lord Alastair Sutherland as current members. The Hudson’s Bay Company was issued from the City of London Corporation by the Stuart family. All these families are British nobility and knights working under the Crown.

Baron Mervyn King of Lothbury is a Knight of the Order of the Garter and former Governor of the Bank of England and member of the Group of Thirty a DC based financial organization. Lothbury is a district of the one mile square block in the City of London Corporation. The current Governor of the Bank of England is Mark Carney who was Jesuit educated from St. Francis Xavier High School. Francis Xavier was a co-founder of the Jesuits.

Baron Peter Carington is a Knight of the Garter and has worked as a high level politician in the UK as Secretary of State for Defence, Secretary General of NATO, and Leader of Her Majesty’s Most Loyal Opposition a position currently held by Jeremy Corbyn who is a covert Crown knight. Baron Robin Butler of Brockwell is a Knight of the Garter and has been a non-executive Director of HSBC Group as well as Private Secretary for Her Majesty’s Treasury and Private Secretary to the Financial Secretary to the Treasury. Baron Charles Kay-Shuttleworth is a Knight of Garter and has worked for the Duke of Lancaster’s personal estate including property, assets, and wealth. Queen Elizabeth II is the Duchess of Lancaster. This is just one of her personal assets.

Sir John Mayor gets his Sir from being Knighted under the Order of the Garter and was former Prime Minister of the United Kingdom which is today held by Theresa May a member of the Fawcett Society with the Dame of the Crown’s British Empire Angela Mason as a top member. Prince Richard the Duke of Gloucester is a Windsor and Montagu and high level Knight of the Garter. Prince Richard’s son is Earl Alexander Windsor.

Foreign members of the Order of the Garter include King Juan Carlos of Spain, King Carl XVI Gustaf of Sweden, Queen Margrethe II of Denmark, King Harald V of Norway, Queen Beatrix of the Netherlands, and Emperor Akihito of Japan. They are members of the Order of the Garter because they covertly do business in London.


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