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In this episode, we explore the world of hypnotherapy and hypnosis, focusing on its benefits for menopausal women. Our guest, Dr. Spiegel, shares insights about their app and guides us through a self-hypnosis exercise. We discuss the power of hypnosis in managing pain, improving sleep, reducing stress, and promoting positive habits. Dr. Spiegel's mission is to make hypnosis more accessible and change the perception of this therapeutic technique. Join us as we dive into the fascinating potential of hypnosis. To view full show notes, more information on our guests, resources mentioned in the episode, discount codes, transcripts, and more, visit https://www.drmindypelz.com/ep199. Dr. David Spiegel is Willson Professor and Associate Chair of Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences, and Director of the Center on Stress and Health and the Center for Integrative Medicine at Stanford University School of Medicine. He has published thirteen books, 425 scientific journal articles, and 175 book chapters on hypnosis, psychosocial oncology, stress physiology, trauma, and psychotherapy for stress, anxiety, and depression. His research has been supported by the National Institute of Mental Health, the National Cancer Institute, the National Institute on Aging, the National Center for Complementary and Integrative Health, and a number of foundations. He is Past President of the American College of Psychiatrists and the Society for Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis, and is a Member of the National Academy of Medicine. He spoke on hypnosis at the World Economic Forum in Davos in January, 2018. He is co-founder and scientific director of Reveri Health, the digital interactive hypnosis and breathwork app downloadable from the App Store and Google Play. Check out our fasting membership at resetacademy.drmindypelz.com. Please note our medical disclaimer.
It looks like the liberals at the New York Times are absolutely right - the world is passing the WEF away. In this episode, we're going to talk about what stakeholder capitalism is and how their goal is turning out more and more to be just a pipedream of a bunch of wanna-be dictators! Highlights: “As far as the WEF is concerned, the environment is the ultimate stakeholder" “The WEF, according to the New York Times, is losing its relevance; it's losing its influence, it's power to direct and dictate political and economic life around the world, and there appears little the Demons in Davos can do to stop it! “Europe is rising up against the WEF, and the world is rising up.” Timestamps: [01:48] What stakeholder capitalism means in the vernacular of Klaus Schwab [03:36] How the WEF is losing according to the NY Times [07:36] The growing new economic center known as BRICS Resources: The Left is doing everything they can to stop former President Trump from winning in 2024. Now is the time to show our support. Go to https://offers.conservativecollections.com/trump-2024-gold?utm_source=turley Learn how to protect your life savings from inflation and an irresponsible government, with Gold and Silver. Go to https://www.gcjdjhs3e.com/WDT8K/3TJ7N7/?source_id=TurleyTalks_digital_dollar&sub1=adscript&sub2=Podcast BOLDLY stand up for TRUTH in Turley Merch! Browse our new designs right now at https://store.turleytalks.com The Courageous Patriot Community is inviting YOU! Join the movement now and build the parallel economy at https://join.turleytalks.com/insiders-club=podcast Thank you for taking the time to listen to this episode. If you enjoyed this episode, please subscribe and/or leave a review. Sick and tired of Big Tech, censorship, and endless propaganda? Join my Insiders Club with a FREE TRIAL today at: https://insidersclub.turleytalks.com Make sure to FOLLOW me on Twitter: https://twitter.com/DrTurleyTalks BOLDLY stand up for TRUTH in Turley Merch! Browse our new designs right now at: https://store.turleytalks.com/ Do you want to be a part of the podcast and be our sponsor? Click here to partner with us and defy liberal culture! If you would like to get lots of articles on conservative trends make sure to sign-up for the 'New Conservative Age Rising' Email Alerts.
Episode 147: Caught By A Smile The boys from Davos' Fingers get a nice easy break this episode to sit back and listen to a master at work. This series of chapters is contained almost entirely within the happening music spot, The Eolian, where Kvothe attempts to “earn his pipes”. A small trinket fashioned to look like silver pipes, they will earn him money and clout if he is successful. But it is no easy task, as it takes a flawless and moving performance from a skilled artist, with most attempts not meeting the bar. Kvothe drinks with his good friends, makes a few new ones, and is reunited with an old one from months ago all in this one magical night at the Eolian. The Davos' Fingers Podcast has drifted away from ASOIAF for a time to dive into the wonderful world created by Patrick Rothfuss within The Kingkiller Chronicle. Join us as we walk through The Name of the Wind, spoiler free of anything beyond the chapters covered here (53-59). We love to hear from our listeners and sometimes feature their questions on our episodes, as you will hear inside. So send us an email at email@example.com. We also love to chat about Kvothe and his story on twitter @davosfingers. You can also find us under the same handle on Bluesky or find us and like us on Facebook! If you want to watch us at work, find this episode on Youtube here: https://youtu.be/zNsTrnw84ew Chapters Covered: Slow Circles (53) through All This Knowing (59)
Imagine being offered a lucrative expat role with all the perks, but then feeling an irresistible pull towards a purpose-driven project. What would you do in that moment of choice?Well, that's the very quandary our special guest, Jaideep Bansal, faced years ago during his tenure at Procter & Gamble. As you might have guessed, he chose the path less traveled, the one leading to social entrepreneurship.Here's a quick snapshot of Jaideep's remarkable journey: He's an award-winning social entrepreneur, dedicated to bringing sustainable development to the remotest corners of India. As the co-founder and CEO of GHE Impact Ventures, he's brought solar energy and sustainable progress to half a million people across five remote regions in India.Jaideep's efforts earned him the prestigious 2020 UN Climate Action Award. The impact of GHE has been spotlighted by the likes of National Geographic, BBC, and NDTV. His work has garnered recognition from organizations such as WTCC and the World Tourism Awards. Jaideep's leadership has even been acknowledged at Davos among the top influencers shaping a better world. He's also an Asia Foundation Fellow and has been honored as a Global Young Leader by the World Economic Forum.I originally had this conversation with Jaideep as part of another podcast I co-host, the P&G Alumni podcast. His passion and unwavering commitment to his mission resonated so deeply with me that I almost felt like packing my bags and joining him in the mountains. While I haven't made that leap just yet, I did manage to secure permission from the folks at P&G to share this enlightening conversation right here on "How to Live."In our discussion, Jaideep and I talk about how privilege can be used to create impact, how social entrepreneurship is not charity but a symbiotic relationship, and the profound change that access to basic necessities like electricity can bring to society. You can also expect heartwarming stories of joyous celebrations and even some hair-raising tales of encounters with bandits.Episode Shownoteshttps://howtolive.life/episode/051-social-entrepreneurship-with-jaideep-bansalRelevant LinkP&G Alumni PodcastLeave us a messagehttps://howtolive.life/contactFollow usLinkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/sharadlal24/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/PodcastHowtolive/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/podcasthowtolive/Information on Podcast & Hosthttps://howtolive.life/
Aaron Tartakovsky, co-founder and CEO of Epic Cleantec, highlighted the newfound prominence of water during the renowned World Economic Forum's Annual Meeting in Davos this year. On this episode, we'll be speaking with Tartakovsky about the convergence of technology, regulations, and innovative business models aimed at tackling water-related climate issues. We also discuss how to market plumbing, like marketing recycled water for beer!
The Heartland Institute's Donald Kendal, Jim Lakely, and Chris Talgo are joined by author Michael Ashley for episode 416 of the In The Tank Podcast. Michael Ashley, author of the new book Neuromined: Triumphing Over Technological Tyranny, joins ITT to talk about the potential future we seem to be headed toward. What does liberty look like in a world of AI, data collection, social credit scores, self-driving cars, CBDCs, and other developing technologies?OPENING CHIT CHAT - WOULD YOU VOLUNTEER? Daily Star - Elon Musk's Neuralink looking for people to trial its brain-computer chiphttps://www.dailystar.co.uk/news/weird-news/elon-musks-neuralink-looking-people-30983996 PRIMARY TOPIC - MARCHING TOWARD A TECHNOLOGICAL TYRANNY Neuromined: Triumphing Over Technological Tyrannyhttps://www.amazon.com/Neuromined-Triumphing-over-Technological-Tyranny-ebook/dp/B0CCK6MNM6/ref=sr_1_1?crid=1Z6M4K4V9IPAB&keywords=neuromined&qid=1695229204&sprefix=neuromined%2Caps%2C90&sr=8-1 NYT - I.R.S. Deploys Artificial Intelligence to Catch Tax Evasionhttps://www.nytimes.com/2023/09/08/us/politics/irs-deploys-artificial-intelligence-to-target-rich-partnerships.html The Blaze - Amazon confirms it shut down man's smart home after delivery driver wrongly accused him of making racist remarkhttps://www.theblaze.com/news/amazon-confirms-it-shut-down-mans-smart-home-after-delivery-driver-wrongly-accused-him-of-making-racist-remark G20 Calls for Global Regulation for AI, Including Regulations that Will Force AI to Advance UN SDGshttps://www.g20.org/content/dam/gtwenty/gtwenty_new/document/G20-New-Delhi-Leaders-Declaration.pdf DAVOS WATCH - G20'S PROPOSED DIGITAL ID The Epoch Times - G20 Announces Plan to Impose Digital Currencies and IDs Worldwidehttps://www.theepochtimes.com/article/g20-announces-plan-to-impose-digital-currencies-and-ids-worldwide-5489947?utm_source=partner&utm_campaign=BonginoReport The Blaze - G20 proposes digital ID similar to COVID-19 passport system to 'further financial inclusion'https://www.theblaze.com/news/g20-proposed-policy-digital-id Canadian Bankers Assocation - Canada's Digital ID Future - A Federated Approachhttps://cba.ca/Assets/CBA/Documents/Files/Article%20Category/PDF/paper-2018-embracing-digital-id-in-canada-en.pdf World Economic Forum - A Blueprint for Digital Identityhttps://www3.weforum.org/docs/WEF_A_Blueprint_for_Digital_Identity.pdf
Davos, with the aid of several co-conspirators, returns to his smuggling ways. When he comes clean to King Stannis and Melisandre they are really angry. Stannis prepares to take more than just a few fingers from Davos. However, Davos has what he hopes is an ace up his sleeve. Mackelly and Simon sure hope Davos knows what he's doing.Chapter Review:Davos Seaworth, and several trustworthy king's men, enter Maester Pylos' chambers. They ask for Edric Storm, and the maester tells Edric to listen to the King's Hand. The men take Edric to a boat. The boy tries to be brave but it becomes clear he's nervous and uncertain. Davos persuades him to get on the boat and Edric's cousin Andrew Estermont and several other men accompany Edric.Davos makes his way to the Painted Table to wait for Stannis and confess his treachery. When Stannis and Melisandre arrive they are arguing about whether Joffrey Baratheon is indeed dead. Melisandre saw it in her flames, but Stannis doesn't trust the accuracy of the flames. Davos confirms Melisandre's story. He's been told that Joffrey died during his wedding feast. With that, Melisandre feels the case has been proven for her work with Edric's blood and asks for the rest of the boy to wake the stone dragons and win Stannis his throne.Davos explains why that's not possible. Stannis is extremely disappointed with his Hand. Davos explains that, as Hand, it is his job to help the king protect his people. Edric is one of the king's people. When Stannis draws Lightbringer, Davos explains that he's learned to read and begins to read a letter. He hopes it'll be enough to save his life.Characters/Places/Names/Events:Davos Seaworth - The Onion Knight. Former Smuggler, Hand of the King to Stannis Baratheon.Stannis Baratheon - Lord of Dragonstone, rightful King of the Seven Kingdoms.Andrew Estermont - Cousin to Stannis and Edric.Melisandre - Red priestess of R'hllor. Confidante of King Stannis.Selyse Baratheon - Stannis' queen and fervent follower of R'Hllor.Axel Florent - Brother to Queen Selyse.Edric Storm - Bastard son of Robert Baratheon. Support the showSupport us: Buy from our store Buy us a Cup of Arbor Gold, or become a sustainer and receive cool perks Donate to our cause Use our exclusive URL for a free 30-day trial of Audible Buy or gift Marriott Bonvoy points through our affiliate link Rate and review us at Apple Podcasts, Spotify, podchaser.com, and elsewhere.Find us on social media: Discord Twitter @GhostsHarrenhal Facebook Instagram YouTube All Music credits to Ross Bugden:INSTAGRAM! : https://instagram.com/rossbugden/ (rossbugden) TWITTER! : https://twitter.com/RossBugden (@rossbugden) YOUTUBE! : https://www.youtube.com/wa...
On this episode, we have the privilege of hosting Amit, a seasoned technology professional with over two decades of experience in Silicon Valley. As a venture capitalist, Amit's focus lies in seed-stage applied AI investments, particularly in the realms of Digital Health, Automation (including automotive and robotics), and Enterprise solutions.Among his notable achievements, Amit played a pivotal role in the success of nuTonomy (a seed-stage venture acquired for an impressive $450 million) during his tenure at Samsung NEXT Ventures. He also contributed significantly to the triumph of Misfit Wearables (another seed-stage success, sold for $260 million) while at Norwest Ventures.Amit's background extends beyond investing; he has hands-on experience in product development and analytics, both at his startup venture, HealthIQ (which boasted a last disclosed valuation of $450 million in May 2019), and at Google, where he joined the company in its pre-IPO stage and experienced the challenges and rewards of hypergrowth.Born and raised in Brazil, Amit is a polyglot, proficient in three languages and fluent in two others. He's a true global citizen, having lived in five different parts of the world. Notably, Amit co-founded and has been at the helm of a non-profit organization since 2000. Through crowdfunding efforts, this organization successfully established a high school lab, a library, and even a hospital in rural India, benefiting a community of 100,000 people. For a more in-depth look at this inspiring journey, you can read about it [here](https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/how-build-hospital-your-20s-using-crowdfunding-amit-garg).Amit's contributions to the world go beyond technology and venture capitalism. He's a sought-after speaker, having graced the stages of three TEDx events (San Francisco, São Paulo, Vitória) and the prestigious Global Competitiveness Forum in Riyadh. Recognized as a young leader (Global Shaper) by the World Economic Forum in Davos, Amit also champions sustainability, living in close proximity to carbon neutrality.In his personal life, Amit is an accomplished athlete, having completed a 70.3 Ironman, earned qualification for the Boston Marathon, and even conquered the heights of Mount Kilimanjaro. But perhaps most importantly, he possesses a delightful penchant for silliness that adds a unique and enjoyable flavor to his endeavors. Without further ado, let's dive into Amit's fascinating journey and insights on today's podcast." For transcript and show notes please visit this PAGE
What do you get when you add the Switzerland based World Economic Forum (including Davos) and the US leader in Industry 4.0, Michigan based Automation Alley? You get the U.S. Center for Advanced Manufacturing based here in Michigan with an international board.Listen to Cynthia Hutchinson as she explains the mission and vision of the USCAM, and its international impact. The USCAM drives state, regional and national initiatives that accelerate and strengthen advanced manufacturing in the U.S., while helping to inform the global manufacturing agenda. Cynthia and host Ed Clemente discuss her long stint working and living at the World Economic Forum (WEF) in Switzerland, as well as our previous podcast guest Francisco Betti of WEF, who is on her Executive committee along with MEDC Executive VP Josh Hundt.
Alongside tackling global warming, conservation and protecting the diversity of our natural world is a global priority. AI plays a huge role, from analysing satellite imagery of reforestation efforts to identifying wildlife from acoustic scanners or trip cameras. However, there's an issue in these biomes where many people live - these efforts are taking place without their permission. Privacy, data protection and individual rights can potentially be sidelined in the quest for a tech-driven solution to a global problem.Joining us today is Joycelyn Longdon. She's a PhD Student in the Department of Computer Science at Cambridge University. Her research is around looking at the technical, AI-based solutions to environmental protection, and respect local populations, whilst trying to protect our natural habitats. She also runs Climate in Colour, an organisation dedicated to making conversations around climate more diverse and accessible.This is Technology Now, a weekly show from Hewlett Packard Enterprise. Every week we look at a story that's been making headlines, take a look at the technology behind it, and explain why it matters to organisations and what we can learn from it.We'd love to hear your one-minute review of books which have changed your year! Simply record them on your smart device or computer and upload them using this Google form: https://forms.gle/pqsWwFwQtdGCKqED6Do you have a question for the expert? Ask it here using this Google form: https://forms.gle/8vzFNnPa94awARHMAAbout this week's Guest, Joycelyn Longdon: https://www.cst.cam.ac.uk/people/jl2182Climate in Colour: https://climateincolour.com/ 2021: Longdon, J. 2020. “Environmental Data Justice.” The Lancet 4 (November). DOI:10.1016/S2542-5196(20)30254-0.Technology Untangled Season 4 Episode 1 - Unconscious Bias: Is AI dividing us? https://link.chtbl.com/TechnologyUntangled_401Global competition for a limited pool of technology workers is heating up: https://www.imf.org/en/Publications/fandd/issues/2019/03/global-competition-for-technology-workers-costa
In this episode we're talking about your Sustainable Career with Lauren Smart. How do you keep thriving in your career, year after year? Lauren Smart is the Chief Commercial Officer of S&P GLOBAL Sustainable1. Over the last 20 years, she has been a key figure in the ESG market and is a respected industry speaker at events such as the World Economic Forum in Davos. Lauren is passionate about entrepreneurship for impact and was instrumental in growing Trucost to its market leading position and was part of the board team that sold it to S&P Global. She is married with two daughters and lives in the countryside outside of London. In April she ran the London Marathon for the Sumatran Orangutan Society of which she is a trustee. Kristine Delano guides the conversation about how to thrive on your path to success and how to apply sustainability to your career. Follow on Instagram kristine.delano.writer Visit www.womeninetfs.com to find additional support in the ETF industry. Go to www.kristinedelano.com for your Thrive Guide: a compilation of the most requested and insightful advice from our guests on Leadership and Advancement. Book recommendations: Anthro-Vision: A New Way to See Business and Life by Gillian Tett
Hacking the FutureIn this week's TF episode we get into the world where venture capital and futurism collide, with hacker, inventor and technology futurist Pablos Holman. Whether it's working on early crypto, 3D printing tech, spaceships with Blue Origin, or early Tesla engineering, Pablos has been involved in putting together some of the most leading edge technology deals on the planet. This week he joins BK and Miss Metaverse to talk how VCs and investors view emerging tech in AI, Climate and Genetics to name a few. Buckle up! Pablos is a hacker, inventor and technology futurist with a unique ability to distill complex technology into practical tools. Always building the future, his projects include cryptocurrency in the 1990s; AI for stock market trading; building spaceships at Blue Origin for Jeff Bezos; the world's smallest PC and 3D printers at Makerbot. Pablos helped start the Intellectual Ventures Lab for Nathan Myhrvold to support a wide range of invention projects, including a brain surgery tool; a machine to suppress hurricanes; a nuclear reactor powered by nuclear waste; and a machine that can shoot mosquitoes out of the sky with lasers - part of an impact invention effort to eradicate malaria with Bill Gates. A member of the most prolific team of inventors in the United States, Pablos has over 70 patents. A world-renowned expert in 3D Printing, Artificial Intelligence, Big Data, Robotics, Automated Manufacturing, & Cryptocurrency, Pablos has contributed to visions for the future of urban transportation, entertainment, education, energy, manufacturing, health care, food delivery, sensor networks, payment systems & cloud computing. With a unique ability to articulate practical solutions and visions for the future of technology, Pablos is often invited to speak at conferences about innovation, invention, hacking, technology & cyber security. He has spoken at Stanford, the United Nations, the World Economic Forum at Davos, the Microsoft CEO Summit, The FORTUNE CEO Summit, the CIA, Google Zeitgeist, The Milken Global Conference, and to many of the top tech companies and conferences in the world. His TED Talks have over 30 million views. Currently, Pablos is a venture capitalist at Deep Future backing mad scientists, rogue inventors, crazy hackers & maverick entrepreneurs who are implementing science fiction, solving big problems and helping our species become better ancestors.
The Heartland Institute's Donald Kendal, Jim Lakely, Chris Talgo, and Linnea Lueken present episode 413 of the In The Tank Podcast. Climate Czar John Kerry recently discussed the importance of China's cooperation in the fight against climate change. Kerry is not wrong, but how far is the U.S. willing to go in order to keep China happy? Rumors are swirling that China is building a super dam near the border of India, potentially igniting a geopolitical fire between the two countries. Also, what role is BlackRock, the corporate face of climate action, playing in China when it comes to energy production and finance? The ITT crew discusses these topics and more.OPENING CHIT CHAT - CHICAGO MAYOR BLAMES KIA FOR CRIME WAVE Red State - Mayor of Chicago Sues Automakers for Making Cars Too Easy to Stealhttps://redstate.com/heartlandinstitute/2023/08/30/mayor-of-chicago-sues-automakers-for-making-cars-too-easy-to-steal-n2163225 Fox 32 - Mayor Johnson mocked for suing automakers for car thefts: 'The numbers speak for themselves'https://www.fox32chicago.com/news/brandon-johnson-kia-lawsuit-car-thefts PRIMARY TOPIC - CLIMATE ACTION REQUIRES GLOBAL COOPERATION NPR - John Kerry says U.S. can't reach climate goals without global cooperationhttps://www.npr.org/2023/08/27/1196251259/john-kerry-says-u-s-cant-reach-climate-goals-without-global-cooperation Asia Nikkei - China can't just keep building the world's biggest dam in secrethttps://asia.nikkei.com/Opinion/China-can-t-just-keep-building-the-world-s-biggest-dam-in-secret NYT - After Covid, China's Leaders Face New Challenges From Floodinghttps://www.nytimes.com/2020/08/21/world/asia/china-flooding-sichuan-chongqing.html Select Committee on the CCP - "Unconscionable to Profit From Fueling China's Military" - Select Committee Launches Investigation Into BlackRock & MSCIhttps://selectcommitteeontheccp.house.gov/media/press-releases/unconscionable-profit-fueling-chinas-military-select-committee-launches DAVOS WATCH - 21st CENTURY COLLECTIVIZED AGRICULTURE Fox News - Two dozen Republicans call on Biden to disavow John Kerry's remarks targeting food productionhttps://www.foxnews.com/politics/two-dozen-republicans-call-biden-disavow-john-kerrys-remarks-targeting-food-productionReuters - EU okays $1.61 billion for Dutch government to buy out farmers, reduce nitrogenhttps://www.reuters.com/world/europe/eu-okays-161-bln-dutch-govt-buy-out-farmers-reduce-nitrogen-2023-05-02/WEF - Food Innovation Hubshttps://www.weforum.org/communities/food-innovation-hubs-partners-groupIIH - The Netherlands and the World Economic Forum Launch Food Innovation Hubs Initiative (2021)https://investinholland.com/news/the-netherlands-and-the-world-economic-forum-launch-food-innovation-hubs-initiative/ WEF - Green Returns: Unleashing the Power of Finance for Sustainable Food Systemshttps://www.weforum.org/whitepapers/green-returns-unleashing-the-power-of-finance-for-sustainable-food-systems
Programa 3x06 de "La Canción Continúa", podcast dedicado a la relectura de Canción de Hielo y Fuego y análisis de House of the Dragon (La Casa del Dragón). Esta semana analizamos el primer capítulo de Davos Seaworth en Tormenta de Espadas, en el que Davos, olvidado en una roca en la bahía de Desembarco del Rey, se cuestiona su propia vida, la actuación en la batalla y sobre la culpabilidad de Melisandre sobre lo que ha ido mal en la causa del Rey Stannis. Las ilustraciones de las miniaturas de los podcasts de relectura son obra de Andrea Angla, a la que podéis encontrar también en su podcast @senpaiyco ¡Descubre nuestro Patreon! https://www.patreon.com/lacancioncontinua Síguenos en: Instagram https://bit.ly/33DkuVI Twitter https://bit.ly/2Uxre38 Facebook https://bit.ly/3bnz9XV TikTok https://www.tiktok.com/@lacancioncontinuapod ¡También estamos en la plataforma morada! https://www.twitch.tv/lacancioncontinua ¡Mira nuestras camisetas en La Tostadora! https://www.latostadora.com/lacancioncontinuapod Puedes escucharnos también en iVoox https://bit.ly/2J7JlYv Spotify https://spoti.fi/3dweXok Apple Podcasts/iTunes https://apple.co/2Jo65mU
The Fingers find Kvothe at the end of his first term considerably richer than he was when he first arrived, with a true enemy in Ambrose, and a wild reputation that is MOSTLY true spreading like wildfire through the University. But as he approaches his second term and finds himself short of tuition money with no easy way to get more, he turns to scary options in order to stay a student, and even scarier options to bring music back into his life. There is also a woman waiting in the wings…or maybe she entered in this set of chapters? Come join us to get our thoughts on the matter. The Davos' Fingers Podcast has drifted away from ASOIAF for a time to dive into the wonderful world created by Patrick Rothfuss within The Kingkiller Chronicle. Join us as we walk through The Name of the Wind, spoiler free of anything beyond the chapters covered here (46-52). We love to hear from our listeners and those that also love Pat's work! Send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org. We also love to chat about Kvothe and his story on twitter@davosfingers. You can also find us under the same handle on Bluesky or find us and like us on Facebook! And if you want to look at our lovely, mostly smiling faces, watch us on Youtube at this link: https://youtu.be/E_olnImtcwI Chapters Covered: Chapter 46: The Ever Changing Wind through Chapter 52: Burning
We're back with Kevin Freeman as we continue discussing the elite's plans for the US economy. We're exploring the millions paid to the Biden's by China & Ukraine, where Davos fits into things, economic instability, the allegory of the Wizard of Oz, and more on the central bank digital currency. Get Pirate Money on Amazon now at lancewallnau.com/piratemoney Today's Sponsor
The Heartland Institute's Donald Kendal, Jim Lakely, Justin Haskins, and Chris Talgo present episode 412 of the In The Tank Podcast. There has been a wave of stories coming out sounding the alarm on yet another dreaded COVID variant. In light of this news, we are already seeing the return of some mask mandates and other restrictions. Additionally, there are supposed TSA whistleblowers claiming we will soon be entering another era of full-fledged COVID prevention policy. How likely is this? Have we not learned anything from our last go-around? What are the political implications of a return to COVID lockdowns? The ITT crew discusses this and more.OPENING CHIT CHAT – DEBATES AND TRUMP The Hill - Trump, Tucker Carlson to release interview as debate begins on Fox Newshttps://thehill.com/homenews/campaign/4166135-trump-tucker-carlson-interview-debate-begins-fox-news/ PRIMARY TOPIC – COVID 2023: THE ELECTION VARIANT? CNN - Scientists race to understand highly mutated coronavirus variant spotted in four countries, including the UShttps://www.cnn.com/2023/08/18/health/coronavirus-variant/index.html Reuters - US CDC says new COVID lineage could cause infections in vaccinated individualshttps://www.reuters.com/business/healthcare-pharmaceuticals/us-cdc-says-ba286-covid-variant-could-cause-infections-vaccinated-individuals-2023-08-23/ The Gateway Pundit - Biden Regime to Reinstate COVID-19 Restrictions Beginning with Mask Mandate as “COVID Cases Rise”, Say TSA and Border Patrol Whistleblowershttps://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2023/08/just-time-election-biden-regime-reinstate-covid-19/?utm_source=ground.news&utm_medium=referral Newsweek - Did Face Masks Help Fight COVID? Scientists Want You To Wear Yours Againhttps://www.newsweek.com/face-masks-work-covdi-19-1820510 NYP - Georgetown University mandates masks for students during in-class instructionhttps://nypost.com/2022/08/25/georgetown-university-mandates-masks-for-students-during-in-class-instruction-amid-covid-19-cases/ DAVOS WATCH – THE FUTURE OF URBAN CONSUMPTION The Federalist - These 14 American Cities Have A ‘Target' Of Banning Meat, Dairy, And Private Vehicles By 2030https://thefederalist.com/2023/08/19/these-14-american-cities-have-a-target-of-banning-meat-dairy-and-private-vehicles-by-2030/ C40 Cities – The Future of Urban Consumption in a 1.5C Worldhttps://expose-news.com/wp-content/uploads/2023/06/Arup-C40-The-Future-of-Urban-Consumption-in-a-1-5C-World.pdf
Dylan E. Taylor is the chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Voyager Space, a space infrastructure company and one of just a handful of firms awarded contracts to help in replacing the aging International Space Station. He and his team are working hard to ensure there's no ‘space station gap', all while getting the infrastructure in place so as many people as possible can one day live and work in space. In this episode, he talks about why expanding access to space motivates him, how his own visit to space changed him, and his experience travelling to one of the deepest part's of the ocean. In this conversation, recorded at the Annual Meeting in Davos, he also shares his approach to risk taking and how he prepares for big challenges - and how that strategy helps him make decisions quickly and navigate the unexpected. Transcript: https://tinyurl.com/yvr4zxbt
Ezra Levant looks at the best reports from Rebels out in the field so far in 2023. From the from Davos, Switzerland, to Ottawa, Montreal and more, relieve some of these great highlights from this year.
In this episode of the Trust Your Voice podcast, host Sylvie Légère sat down with Magatte Wade, Founder and CEO of Skin is Skin, to talk about the complexities and nuances of Africa's challenges and opportunities. Magatte Wade challenges the traditional narrative surrounding sub-Saharan Africa and sheds light on the missing middle in foreign aid. Drawing from her own experiences and expertise, she questions the effectiveness of international aid and explores how it often fails to reach local entrepreneurs and stimulate economic growth. About Magatte Wade: Magatte Wade is passionate about creating jobs and prosperity in Africa through entrepreneurship and economic freedom. She was born in Senegal, educated in France, and launched her entrepreneurial career in San Francisco. She is fluent in and conducts business in Wolof, French and English. Magatte's current product line, manufactured in Senegal, is Skin is Skin, a lip balm dedicated to reducing racial discrimination. Her previous companies, Tiossan and Adina, brought Senegalese recipes and ingredients to U.S. markets in skin care and beverages. Based on her experiences creating consumer brands and building agricultural and manufacturing capacity in Senegal, Magatte has spoken at dozens of universities including Harvard, Yale, Columbia, MIT, etc. as well as at global conferences on innovation and economic development in France, England, Dubai, Guatemala, Nigeria, Saudi Arabia, Rwanda, Gabon, Senegal, and more. She writes for the Huffington Post, Barron's, and the U.K. Guardian. She is a Young Global Leader with the World Economic Forum at Davos and has appeared on the cover of Forbes Afrique. She was also named one of the “Twenty Young Power Women of Africa” by Forbes U.S. Connect with Magatte: Instagram - @magattw Twitter - @magattw LinkedIn - @magattw Resources: https://magattewade.com https://www.amazon.com/Juice-How-Electricity-Explains-World/dp/B088N9SBC8
At the World Economic Forum in Davos, Women on the Move Host Sam Saperstein got the chance to sit down with Diana Marrero, Vice President of Strategic Development for Foreign Policy Magazine. Diana talked about her Cuban-American background and how that influenced her career journey, and she discussed her work at the magazine around educating readers on the geopolitical landscape and expanding the offerings across channels. From Miami to Davos (via Capitol Hill) Born in Cuba but raised in Hialeah—a Miami suburb with the highest Cuban-American population of any U.S. city—Diana says it was hard to not to be interested in geopolitics and politics. Her father had been a political prisoner in Cuba before she was born. “There's a very personal relationship with Cuba and politics and really understanding what the breakdown of democracy can do to communities and to populations,” she tells Sam. She gravitated to journalism early, serving as editor-in-chief of her college newspaper as well as working for the Miami Herald before graduating. She headed to Washington, D.C., as a congressional reporter in the mid-2000s, just as newspapers were experiencing a sharp decline in revenue. “I was starting to feel those declines as a daily news reporter and looking around and thinking, This is the industry that I love. What can I do and how do I make an impact?" she recalls. She ended up getting an MBA at Georgetown with a goal of “saving journalism” by finding new revenue models. Spotlight on the Hispanic community Diana says she's always taken pride in her Hispanic background and heritage, and while in D.C. she launched and directed The Hill Latino with the aim of covering the issues that are important to the Hispanic community. “One in five Americans right now are Hispanic,” she notes. “It's important to really understand the issues that they're grappling with, to cover these trends and shifts in the population and what it means for politics, what it means for the economy, for businesses. It was so gratifying and validating to the U.S. Hispanic community to have a publication that covered Congress and that covered the highest forms of leadership and political debate in the country, and to have that publication say Hispanics matter so much that we are going to devote resources specifically to covering them.” Today, she says, The Hill Latino lead reporter Rafael Bernal is “doing incredible work.” She's proud of how the outlet originally put a spotlight on the Hispanic community for politicians who weren't Hispanic and weren't necessarily thinking about the Hispanic community in such a nuanced way, and she's thrilled that the work continues today. “You might see a lot of members of Congress who equate being Hispanic and thinking about Hispanic issues with immigration and that's it. And so thinking about what the community is interested in, how to serve the community better, I'm really proud of the impact that we've had,” she tells Sam. Foreign Policy Magazine Diana made the move to Foreign Policy Magazine in 2018. Today, she serves as Senior Vice President for Strategic Partnerships, and leads a team working with partners from both the private and public sector on a range of projects. “We work with a huge variety of partners on topics from healthcare to technology to gender equality, so it's a really varied group of topics and partners,” she says. “From events at Davos and other major global convenings to really very cool podcasts, but also research and analytics.” Foreign Policy Magazine has been in circulation for 50 years. “So it's a very well-established, reputable magazine that covers global affairs and geopolitics,” Diana notes. “Our mission really is to explain the world to our readers, to bring the world to them, to really go a lot deeper than the typical headlines that you'll see in most major news organizations.” Today, she says, the magazine is much more than a news outlet. “We've really diversified our offerings to be a multi-component multimedia publication, really leaning into digital media, but also convenings, bringing people together, bringing the world's foremost experts and leaders together to have really important conversations about what's happening in the world and bringing all of those assets that we have at our disposal together, so leveraging our analytics department and our podcast studios and the journalists that do incredible reporting day in and day out.” You can check out the magazine's podcast, HERO: The Hidden Economics of Remarkable Women, here: https://foreignpolicy.com/podcasts/hidden-economics-of-remarkable-women-hero/ Disclaimer: The speakers' opinions belong to them and may differ from opinions of J.P. Morgan Chase & Co and its affiliates. Views presented on this podcast are those of the speakers; they are as of August 17th, 2023 and they may not materialize. Transcript here
The media has accused Pierre Poilievre of “embracing conspiracy theories” after vowing to reject the “globalist Davos elites” if he becomes prime minister. Poilievre has repeatedly said his ministers will be barred from attending the World Economic Forum's events, though the Canadian Press this week quoted “experts” who said such a commitment is conspiratorial. Some journalists and academics have gone so far as to accuse Poilievre of antisemitism for using the word “globalist.” Independent journalist Spencer Fernando weighs in. Plus, Andrew announces True North's plans for covering the next WEF annual meeting in Davos. All that and more coming up on The Andrew Lawton Show. Support True North's Davos coverage by going to donate.tnc.news. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Hello and welcome to the NotACast, the one true chapter-by-chapter podcast going through A Song of Ice and Fire! In this episode, Davos argues against burning a child at the stake and takes in the news that the world is ending up at the Wall. In other words, an ordinary working day on Dragonstone. Next time: ASOS Jon VII, in which the Thenns don't manage to take Castle Black (yay!) but Ygritte dies in the process (boo). Emmett's twitter: twitter.com/PoorQuentyn Manu's Twitter: https://twitter.com/ManuclearBomb Manu's patreon: https://www.patreon.com/ManuclearBomb Our patreon: www.patreon.com/NotACastASOIAF Our merch store: https://notacastasoiaf.threadless.com Our twitter: twitter.com/NotACastASOIAF Our facebook: www.facebook.com/groups/289889118235797/ Our youtube page: www.youtube.com/channel/UCmmDfPdG…iew_as=subscriber Our Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/notacastasoiaf/
The U.S. State Department has been warning of attacks on the global food system. It warns that nations are working to manufacture this and that the “weaponization of hunger” needs to be stopped. Secretary of State Antony Blinken laid out the risks during a speech at the United Nations Security Council. Afterward, he took to X, formerly known as Twitter, and wrote “hunger and conflict are inextricably linked,” adding: “We must stop the weaponization of hunger, beginning with Russia's war of aggression against Ukraine and its assault on the global food system. Failure to act now will have dire consequences.” Meanwhile, last year, the director of the International Monetary Fund and the heads of several central banks met in Davos. They discussed the proposed future of currencies: Centralized Bank Digital Currencies. These are like cryptocurrencies without the privacy. They're digital currencies where every transaction can be tracked and regulated by a central power. China already has one in place, and there's a push for the world to follow, including at the Federal Reserve. We'll speak about this with Thomas Hogan, senior fellow at the American Institute for Economic Research, and the former chief economist for the U.S. Senate Committee on Banking, Housing, & Urban Affairs. And, while they're not in the headlines as much, the anti-woke boycotts are ongoing. Bud Light is still in free fall, and its parent company Anheuser-Busch is selling off beer brands. Disney is feeling the heat as well. After several big flops at the box office, its next big film, “Haunted Mansion,” has now flopped as well. It looks like woke policies have their consequences. We'll speak about this with Jeffrey A. Tucker, senior economics columnist at The Epoch Times, and the founder and president of the Brownstone Institute. ⭕️
Lt. Col. Allen West joins Lance in the studio to share everything he thinks a well-armed, Christian conservative needs to know in our current times. They're discussing Jefferson's letter to the Danbury Baptist convention, the new religion of open borders, the hostile takeover of the American ecosystem, the World Economic Forum, DEI, and more! Today's Sponsor Good Ranchers started in 2018 from the Spell family's search for food they could trust. What they found is that to eat better, you have to know better. That's why Good Ranchers wants to fill your fridge with the best food, and equip you with the information you need to know to make good food decisions. Our story is still about one family, but that family is now thousands of people like yourself who want the best and won't settle for the “less” they're being sold. Join us at the table and share in the good at: lancewallnau.com/goodranchers
Isn't a person innocent until proven guilty? So why are Democrats celebrating Trump's indictments before he even goes to court? Florida Governor Ron DeSantis said that former President Donald Trump essentially contributed to his own downfall for the 2020 election; the CEO of "Davos in the Desert" David Wanetick joins the program to talk about his event; Joe Rogan says he is now open to having Donald Trump as a guest on his podcast; Three white males attack a black security guard at a dock in Alabama, and the Internet is quick to call it a race war... But is it? Rehashing who was in the wrong regarding the death of George Floyd. The Officer Tatum Show is now available on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify, and SalemPodcastNetwork.com.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In this episode, Joe interviews Maya Albert: Co-Founder of the Psyched conference, and Director of Operations at Tabula Rasa Ventures and the Synthesis Institute. She shares her journey of how she became involved in the psychedelic space through her mother, and her personal experience as a patient in a clinical trial on psilocybin for the treatment of anorexia – a much more common and deadly affliction than most people realize. She discusses her involvement with the various psychedelic gatherings surrounding Davos and the World Economic Forum, as well as the work she's doing with Tabula Rasa and some of their clients seeking to expand insurance coverage to psychedelic-assisted therapy. She discusses the Synthesis Institute's recent struggles that shook up the psychedelic space, what they're doing to save the company, how Retreat Guru has helped them, and the implications for the wider psychedelic movement. And she talks about much more: the legality and vetting process for training in Oregon and Colorado; truffles in the Netherlands vs. classic psilocybin; the idea of alcohol as poison and ‘Cali sober,' and how can we all be more collaborative and not sling mud at each other? Click here to head to the show notes page.
I just was reading the recent paper produced by the WEF entitled ‘Pathways to the regulation of crypto-assets – a Global Approach' and it is frightening. Those that frequent Davos each year seem are throwing more and more resources in crafting a future for all of us, and it is a future that no-one other than the ruling elite would want.
I just was reading the recent paper produced by the WEF entitled ‘Pathways to the regulation of crypto-assets – a Global Approach' and it is frightening. Those that frequent Davos each year seem are throwing more and more resources in crafting a future for all of us, and it is a future that no-one other than the ruling elite would want.
I just was reading the recent paper produced by the WEF entitled ‘Pathways to the regulation of crypto-assets – a Global Approach' and it is frightening. Those that frequent Davos each year seem are throwing more and more resources in crafting a future for all of us, and it is a future that no-one other than the ruling elite would want.
Tiffany Yu is on a mission to increase intersectional disability representation and democratize visibility. She's a social impact entrepreneur, disability advocate, 3x TEDx speaker, and even spoke at the World Economic Forum Annual Meeting in Davos. At the age of 9, Tiffany became disabled as a result of a car accident that also took the life of her father. For 12 years she hid her disability and until finally, she decided to embrace it as her superpower. She Founded Diversability, an award-winning social enterprise to amplify disabled voices. She is also the host of Tiffany & Yu, the podcast. She is a change agent focused on building and funding the things she wished existed when she was younger. In this episode, we learn how she is helping to change the stigma surrounding disabilities by creating community and awareness. We also learn why disability origin stories are so powerful and why can hiding disability be harmful. She shares her own personal story of facing chronic exclusion, and we learn about internalized toxic positivity and internalized ableism. If you are unaware or curious about the disability movement this show is insightful and enlightening. Learn More From Tiffany: https://www.tiffanyyu.com/ https://mydiversability.com/ https://www.tiffanyyu.com/podcast Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/bePatron?u=23010497) This is an encore episode and was originally published on June 16, 2021 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
You have probably heard it before: "In the future, you'll own nothing." But where does this creepy slogan come from, and what, exactly, is meant by it? The most powerful banks, corporations, Wall Street titans, government officials, and central banks are destroying the American dream. Prepare now, or lose everything.In this episode of "Justin and Donald Save America," the great Carol Roth, a New York Times bestselling author, joins the guys to discuss her new book, "You Will Own Nothing: Your War with a New Financial World Order and How to Fight Back." Support Carol's work by purchasing her new book here: https://a.co/d/85lBJaE
Well the Fingers have certainly stumbled into a Tavern Tale, though Kvothe might disagree. This episode moves FAST. Kvothe gets to teach his first lesson at the University (you didn't misread that), gets punished and rewarded for it (you didn't misread that either), then gets his wounds tended to, but then opens a new wound himself by disobeying a serious rule of the University. If only he had figured out that 4-plated DOOR first!! So much happens to Kvothe so quickly, sometimes you just want to tell him to slow down, but here we are! Matt and Scad have really hit their stride in their coverage of The Kingkiller Chronicle weaving pop culture and their personal lives in with some in-depth analysis of the text. Like listening to two friends chat about something you love, come join us! The Davos' Fingers Podcast is spoiler free during its coverage of The Name of the Wind, so listen in safe in the knowledge that we won't discuss beyond the chapters at hand. That is until we reach our spoiler section: Devi After Dark at the end of the episode. Send a courier our way with an email at email@example.com. Or come join in a conversation about Kvothe and his pals on twitter with us @davosfingers. You can also find us under the same handle on Bluesky or find us and like us on Facebook! And if you want to look at our lovely, mostly smiling faces, watch us on Youtube! https://youtu.be/-ygm7SIMZ6U Episode 145 covers chapters 39-45 of The Name of the Wind.
The World Economic Forum has become the bugbear of the right-wing in Canada, and beyond. Conspiracies swirl about how this shadowy, globalist cabal wants us to live in pods, eat bugs, and “own nothing, but be happy.” These may be mere conspiracy theory and faux populism, but there are many things wrong with the WEF. On this episode, we examine the shifting political discourse surrounding our global financial elites. How can the left operate in this ideologically confusing moment? First, we take it back to the heyday of the 90s global justice movement and revisit the Battle in Seattle. Reactionary forces were pushing an anti-globalization line against the WTO. However, the real politics there were different: it was built on global justice and global solidarity. Then, we go to Davos and look for left-leaning protesters organizing against the WEF. Each year, there is a planned protest hike, quite far from the actual WEF site, because Swiss authorities push demonstrates away. Yet, the WEF also invites individual activists in. We learn about that push and pull. Finally, filmmaker and documentarian Joel Bakan is well-known for his hit documentary The Corporation, which was released in 2003–not long after the Battle in Seattle. Today, he tells us the politics are completely different: corporate leaders, including those at WEF, tell us they're actually the good guys. His new follow-up film The New Corporation: The Unfortunately Necessary Sequel says that this new warm-and-fuzzy branding makes the corporation even more dangerous. SUPPORT THE SHOW You can support the show for free by following or subscribing on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, or whichever app you use. This is the best way to help us out and it costs nothing so we'd really appreciate you clicking that button. If you want to do a little more we would love it if you chip in. You can find us on patreon.com/dartsandletters. Patrons get content early, and occasionally there's bonus material on there too. ABOUT THE SHOW For a full list of credits, contact information, and more, visit our about page. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network
In this electrifying episode of The Adams Archive, we plunge into the profound depths of 'Silent Weapons for Quiet Wars,' a document whose enigmatic existence challenges our perceptions of reality. This isn't just any document – it's a manifesto, a blueprint, that reveals a grand design of societal manipulation on an unprecedented scale. This piece of evidence has spent too long in the shadows, obscured by skepticism and disinformation. We're bringing it to light and giving it the critical analysis it deserves. It speaks of control via economics, technology, education - seemingly ordinary facets of society that, according to this document, are in fact weapons in a silent war waged on humanity. As we traverse the labyrinth of cryptic language and unnerve ourselves with the chilling implications, we question: what if this is real? What does it mean for our world as we know it? We explore theories, inspect connections to clandestine organizations, and investigate the practical implications of the strategies outlined in this document. Join us as we unmask the unthinkable truths hidden within 'Silent Weapons for Quiet Wars. ----more---- All Links- Https://linktr.ee/theaustinjadams Substack: https://austinadams.substack.com Merch: https://antielite.club ----more---- Full Transcription: Adams Archive. Hello, you beautiful people and welcome to the Adams Archive. My name is Austin Adams, and thank you so much for listening today. On today's episode, we are going to be discussing what I would say is the single most terrifying document I've ever laid eyes on. And maybe not just that. I mean, and this, this says a lot because I've done a lot of deep dives into different, uh, documents that have come out that were top secret, that were c I A documents, whether it was about MK Ultra or Operation Northwoods. And in MK Ultra, they were literally taking people and electrocuting their brains to try to manipulate them or get rid of their memory. They were drugging people with L S D while they were. With prostitutes and watching the reactions there, there, there's so many things that they were doing that were horrifying. But the document I'm about to show you is the most terrifying, least discussed, top secret document that has ever gotten into the hands of a civilian. And the reason I say that is not on the individual basis, right? The, the documents like the MK Ultra documents are terrifying because it could have been you, it could have been me. But the document I'm about to show you was you. It was me. It was everybody on this planet was affected by this document. By this plan that was implemented to perfection. And as I start to walk through this with you, you'll realize more and more how this has been seeded deeply into the fabric of our reality. Regardless of what country you're in, regardless of where you went to school, how much money you think you have in the bank. Every single one of us has been affected by this document. And that is what it makes it so terrifying. Okay. The document that I'm about to show you and I'm about to walk you through in this deep dive is called Silent Weapons for Quiet Wars. Now, this document was produced. Found in 1986, July 7th by somebody from the IB who who purchased a copier. Okay? This document came from somebody who purchased a copier from the surplus sale by I B M. They reached inside of it and took this out in 1986. Now, this document was originally used at the very first known Bilderberg meeting in 1954. And adopted by the policy committee. Now, the reason that we have eyes on this today and the way that we do, the way that this document is broken down is based on the idea that the people that looked at this document were a part of a c i, a small group who were chosen for reasons that we'll find out in just a moment, but it was to catch them up to speed on the worldwide conspiracy that was happening and unfolding. Right in front of our eyes and has continued to and will continue to for a very long time. So let's go ahead and read through the preface. And again, this document is called Silent Weapons for Quiet Wars. I. Before we do that, go ahead and subscribe. Leave a five star review. Head over to the ck Austin Adams sub stack.com. I'm actually going to be reviewing a document that I went through and highlighted every single piece of it that I found to be the most interesting. This is a 40 po, 45 page document, so it's not a light read, but I went through and highlighted everything that I found to be of value in this document for you, and I will include this document in this. Weeks' sub that will be sent out. Okay? So you'll actually be able to look at the highlights that I found, value the annotations to them. The exact document that I'm reading from this will be in that sub stack, so Austin Adams sub stack.com. Go ahead and subscribe. Leave a five star review. And if I could ask you within this podcast episode, if you find this to be of interest, if you find the things that I'm talking about here to be held true in your life and it shocks you just as shocked as I was, please share this episode, share it with two people, and have those people share it with two people. Okay? I would appreciate it from the bottom of my heart. Just share it, send it to two people, and you go, this is wild. That's all you have to say. This is wild. Go ahead and hit that share button and send it to two people that you wanna discuss this with 'cause they should hear about it too. And if everybody does that, this will reach the masses and we will start to get the word out. Because like I said, this is one of the most terrifying, least discussed, top secret documents that has ever gotten in the hands of a civilian. Alright. All right. On that note, let's. Jump into it. The Adams archive. Oh, all right. Let's jump into it. We're gonna start with the preface here, and this is again, is silent weapons for quiet wars, and we'll find out the meaning of that in just a moment. But I will tell you at certain points, this is somewhat technical in the way that it reads. So I will do my best to read the document to you. Reformat it for you in a simple way so you can understand the sentiment. 'cause I'm sure even just listening to it is even more tough than reading it. But I will take the analysis that I've done up until this point and give you it once I read through it. So if it sounds a little bit technical, stay with me. 'cause I will give you my simplistic version of what it actually means right after. Okay. So, Here is the preface of this document. Conspiracy theories are nothing new to history plots, to kill Caesar and overthrown Rome abounded, for instance. However, it is seldom that concrete clues to such plots come to light and are generally known. Silent weapons for quiet wars, an introduction programming manual. Was uncovered quite by accident on July 7th, 1986 when an employee of Boeing Aircraft co purchased a surplus I B M copier for scrap parts at a sale, and discovered inside details of a plan hatched in the embryonic days of the Cold War, which called for control of the masses through manipulation of industry, people's pastimes, education, and political leanings. It called for a quiet revolution, putting brother against Brother. Diverting the public's attention from what is really going on. The document you're about to read is real. It is reprinted in its virgin form with diagrams as a touch of reality. Now, where I found this document, you guys was a dark corner of a dark corner of a dark corner. Of the internet to say the least. Okay. Now there has been many, many conversations in other dark corners of the internet about this document, but it has not gone into the mainstream psyche. This has not been a topic of conversation to the extent that it should be because this document lays out all of it, and we talked about it in the last episode, how Yuval Harri a World Economic Forum advisor. Also the author of Sapiens, the book, the Worldwide Phenomenon nonfiction book. Historical uh, book Sapiens came out and said, how ridiculous is it that there's a globe? People think there's a small group of people who control everybody. Hmm. Well, we're about to find out just how ridiculous that is. It's very systematic. Okay. So where I found this document was very, uh, I would say, So, so where I found this document had a list of other documents that were around it, so I kind of had to sift through it. But there's the, the way that this is so meticulously because some people, you know, will try to give illegitimacy to this document, but it's, it's, it's been, uh, it's been said to be true by people who have seen so many top secret government documents. This outlines who it was approved or, or thought to be true by, and everything that we talk about here. Even if this document wasn't written up by the c i a, which again, if you read it, it very clearly, I believe that to be the case. Um, well, not, not even the ccia A, but the, the heads of these Bilderberg groups and then reformatted into the ccia A so that they could catch them up to speed on this conspiracy. It outlines everything perfectly. It's, it's all about social engineering of the masses. So it says, And it, it is patently impossible to discuss social engineering or the automation of society, the engineering of social automation systems. I e silent weapons on a national or worldwide scale without implying extensive objectives of social control and destruct destruction of human life, i e slavery and genocide. This manual is in itself an analog declaration of intent. Such a writing must be secured from public scrutiny. Otherwise it might be recognized as a technically formal declaration of domestic war. Furthermore, wherever any person or group or person's in a position of great power and without full knowledge and consent of the public uses such knowledge and methodologies for economic conquest, it must be understood that a state of domestic warfare exists between said person or group of persons in the public. The solution of today's problems require an approach which is ruthlessly Ruth ruthlessly candid with no agonizing over religious, moral, or cultural values. Now, here's the part where it talks about how they qualify for this project. You have qualified for this project because of your ability to look at human society with cold. Objectivity and yet analyze and discuss your observations and conclusions with others of similar intellectual capacity without the loss of discretion or humility. Now I'm actually gonna go ahead and share my screen with you guys. So you can see what I am looking at while I'm walking you through this. Uh, so here you go. Um, it is actually up there. So if you're not following on the video, if you're just listening on the podcast, you can have head over to YouTube, you can have head over to Rumble. If you should go to the sub stack, it'll be embedded on there for you as well. So you'll be able to actually look through the document when I'm looking at it and talking you through it. So it is up on the screen now. This goes on to say, uh, Uh, of similar intellect, intellectual capacity. Without the loss of discretion or humility, such virtues are exercised in your own best interest. Do not deviate from them. In other words, this document should scare the shit out of you, but you are a psychopath, so it doesn't. Continue being a psychopath, and that is why we have chosen you for this position. Uh, historical introduction. This says, silent weapon technology was evolved from operations research, a strategic and tactical methodology developed under the military management in England during World War ii. The original purpose of operations research was to study the strategic and tactical problems of heir and land defense with the objective of effective use of limited military resources against foreign enemies. It was soon recognized by those in positions of power that the same methods might be useful for totally controlling a society, but better tools were necessary. So when they found this out in the, let's say 19 43, 19 42, uh, they did not have the technology to. Implement the theories that were laid out during this findings of operations research. Right? So operations research was, how can we infiltrate and degrade a country without having to go in there with tanks? How? Where can we get these silent weapons? And we see this play across our society today, whether it's through social engineering of social media, which is obviously one of the most complex things of this. The algorithms, Google searches, all of those things are now a part of this social engineering censorship. All of those things, but back then they didn't even have the computer yet, so they couldn't, even if they had the data sets that they needed to analyze, which we'll find out what they were analyzing it for in just a minute, they wouldn't have had a way to calculate it in in enough time. So they needed further technology is what it was talking about. But better tools were necessary. It said social engineering. The analysis and automation of a society requires the correlation of great amounts of constantly changing economic information or data. So a high speed computerized data processing system was necessary, which could race ahead of the society and predict when society would arrive at Ululation Relay. Computers were slow, but the electronic computer invented in 1946 by J Presper Eckert, and John w Mackley filled the bill. The next breakthrough was the development of the Simplex method of linear programming in 1947 by the mathematician George b Danzig. Then in 1948, the transistor invented by Jay Bardeen, W H Britain and W Shockley promised great expansion of the computer field by reducing space and power requirements. Now with these three inventions under their direction, those in positions of power strongly suspected that it was possible for them to control the whole world with the push of a button, is what this document says. Now, immediately, once this was found out, so they started to formulate this economic theory of data and how they could predict both how people would act for economic gain and for power gains. They couldn't have the technology yet to allow them to analyze the data, even if they had it as soon as they had the technology. In 1948 with the transistor, the Rockefeller Foundation got in at the ground floor. They did this by making four year, a four year grant to Harvard College funding the Harvard Economic Research Project. For the study of the structure of the American economy, one year later in 1949, the United States Air Force actually joined in on this. In 1952, the grand period terminated and a high level meeting of the elite was held to determine the next phase of social operations research. The Harvard project had begun very fruitful or have been very fruitful, as is born out of the publication of some of its results in 1953, suggesting the feasibility of economic. Social engineering. So this is where it leaves that paper trail, right? We know that this happened. We know the grants were funded by the Rothchild family. We know the timeframe. We know that the, the reasoning that they were doing this engineered in the last half of the decade in the forties, the new quiet war machine stood, so to speak, in sparkling gold plated hardware on the showroom floor by 1954 with the creation of the Maser. In 1954, the promise of unlocking unlimited resources of fusion atomic energy from the heavy hydrogen in seawater and the consequent availability of unlimited social power was a possibility only decades later, the combination was irresistible. So what they're talking about here is that energy was the new gold. So by unlocking these scientific endeavors, we're gonna learn about what science truly is for in just a second when they lay it out for us. But by learning and unlocking these codes to the universe, they could also unlock massive amounts of power, massive amounts of capital. So, although the silent weapon system was nearly exposed 13 years later, the evolution of the new weapon system has never suffered any major setbacks. Political introduction in 1954. It was well recognized by those in positions of authority that it was only a matter of time, only a few decades before the general public would be able to grasp and upset the cradle of power for the very elements of the new silent weapon technology were as accessible for a public utopia. As they were for providing a private utopia, meaning that if the general public had gotten a hold of this technology and used it for good, and used it for the betterment of society, it would have allowed us to thrive as, as a species, it would've allowed us to have a public utopia where everybody gained from it. But instead, a small group, a small boardroom meeting with the Bilderberg group, i e what you know, We know today as something like the World Economic Forum, and they still have these Bilderberg group meetings allowed for a private utopia. For a small group of individuals, energy is recognized as the key to all activity on earth. Natural science is the study of sources and controls of natural energy and social science, theoretically expressed as economics is the study of the sources and control of social energy. So this is where they're kind of taking this formula, this idea of energy and, and reformatting it, repositioning this theory of energy into what they. A lot what they learn to manipulate, right? They learn to manipulate energy first. Then they reformat That, reformulate that into understanding how to manipulate people because people are just energy, they're saying. Right. Uh, energy is recognized as the key to all activity, activity on earth. Social science theoretically expresses economics, right? Saying that the way that people's energy, the movement of people, the thoughts of people exposes itself through economics by the, where they spend their money, where they spend their time, and how they react to things, right? So that is the study of the sources in control of social energy. Both are bookkeeping systems. Mathematics. Therefore, mathematics is the primary energy science, and the bookkeeper can be king if the public can be kept ignorant of the methodology of the bookkeeping. All science is a means to an end. The means is knowledge. The end is control beyond. This remains only one issue. Who is the beneficiary, and that's why. The Rothchilds realized this and they quickly sprung into action as soon as they saw the technology t itself, so that they could be the ones who were the beneficiary of the knowledge, the knowledge leading to control. And that is why we are where we are today. In 1954, this was the issue of the primary concern. Although the so-called moral issue was raised in the view of the law of natural selection, it was agreed that it is that a nation or world of people who will not use their intelligence are no better than animals who do not have intelligence at all. Such people are beasts of burden and stakes on the table by choice and consent. Did you hear that? Do you hear the way that they talk about you and I? People who will not use their intelligence are no better than animals who do not have intelligence. Such people are beasts of burden and stakes on the table by choice and consent. They said consequently is the inter interest of future world order peace and tranquility. It was decided. To privately wage, a quiet war against the American public with the ultimate objective of permanently shifting the natural and social energy, wealth of the undisciplined and irresponsible many into the hands of the self-disciplined, responsible, and worthy few, so they rigged the system. In order to implement this objective, it was necessary to create secure. To create, secure and apply new weapons, which as it turned out were a class of weapons so subtle and so sophisticated in their principle of operation and public appearance as to earn for themselves the name, silent weapons. In conclusion, the objective of economic research is conducted by the magnets of capital or banking in the industries of commodities or goods and services is the establishment of an economy which is totally predictable and manipulatable. So what they start to lay out here for you is that in order, Well, let's just read this says, in order to achieve a totally predictable economy, the low class elements of society must be brought under total control, right? In order for them to be able to profit both economically and power based off of this predictable economy, they need to make it predictable and to make it predictable, you have to fall in line to the programming. You must be housebroken. It says trained. And assigned a yoke and long-term social duties from a very early age before they even have an opportunity to question the propriety of the matter. Right. You wanna talk about four and five-year-olds going to have a full-time job in kindergarten, going to school to wait for a bell to tell them when to go do the next thing. Being put in the position of submission to somebody in a position of dominance. Being told everything that they have to do when they have to do it, how to draw their, how to draw something, how to dot their i's how to, you know, all of it. So you have to. Entice conformity from the very beginning, and the Rockefellers also funded the general education board in the 1920s. The general education board, which we're gonna get into in one of our next deep dives, was taking the Prussian model, which leveraged education as a system of creating obedience instead of intelligence in the 1920s. To make it so that this system of education, education through enslavement of thought was implemented nationwide. Thus started the programming of the general public, which allowed you and I to behave predictably just like they wanted. So we can be housebroken trained in assigned a yoke and long-term social duties from an early age, making everything predictable, making the general mass public move as a flock in order to achieve conformity. It says, The lower class family unit must be disintegrated by a process of increasing preoccupation of the parents and the establishment of government operated daycare centers for the occupationally orphaned children. That's a terrifying way of putting it, that is dead accurate. In order to achieve such conformity, the lower class family unit must be disintegrated. By a process of increasing preoccupation of the parents and the establishment of government operated daycare centers for the occupationally orphaned children, the quality of education given to the lower class must be of the poorest sort so that the moat of ignorance isolating the inferior class from the superior class is and remains incomprehensible. To the inferior class with such an initial handicap, even the bright lower class individuals have little, if any, hope of extricating themselves from their assigned lot in life. This form of slavery is essential to maintain some measure of social order, peace and tranquility for the ruling upper class. Are you terrified yet? Does this sound, does this ring true to you? This is exactly the playbook that has set up in the society for obedience, for social credit scores, for digital currency, for censorship. Exactly. And the, the United States of America was the proving grounds of this. Description or descriptive introduction of the silent weapon. It says, so now it explains how they're going to do it. Everything that is expected from an ordinary weapon is expected from a silent weapon by its creators, but only in its manner a functioning. It shoots situations instead of bullets propelled by data processing instead of chemical reactions. Originating from bits of data instead of greens of gunpowder from a computer instead of a gun operated by a computer programmer instead of a marksman under the orders of a banking magnet instead of a military general. It makes no obvious explosive noises, causes no obvious physical or mental injuries, and does not obviously interfere with anyone's daily social life. Yet it makes an unmistakable noise. Causes unmistakable, physical and mental damage, and unmistakably interferes with the daily social life i e unmistakable to a trained observer, one who knows what to look for. The public cannot comprehend this weapon and therefore cannot believe that they're being attacked and subdued by a weapon. The public might instinctively feel that something is wrong, but that is because of the technical nature of the silent weapon. They cannot express their feeling in the rational way or handle the problem with intelligence. Therefore, they do not know how to cry for help and do not know how to associate with others to defend themselves against it. When asylum weapon is applied, gradually the public adjusts and adapts to its presence and learns to tolerate its encroachment on their lives until the pressure. Becomes too great and they crack up. Therefore, the silent weapon is a type of biological warfare. It attacks the vitality options and mobility of the individuals of a society by knowing, understanding, manipulating, and attacking their sources of natural and social energy and their physical, mental, and emotional strengths and weaknesses. Wow. So the silent weapon is a biological warfare. It attacks the vitality options and mobility of the individuals of society by knowing, understanding, manipulating, and attacking their sources of natural and social energy and their physical, mental, and emotional strengths. And weaknesses, right? You wanna talk about big pharma, right? You wanna talk about the introduction of allopathic medicine by the rothchilds. Right. Basically eliminating osteopathic and homeopathic medicine again, right around the same time. Right in the, the early 19 hundreds. That's why the, the World War II was the precipice of change. The industrialization of our nation was really the enslavement of our nation. That's when you had the education system, uh, turn into what it is today with bells ringing, telling your children where to go and how to act. That's when you had allopathic medicine telling you that your body has nothing to do with its own state of health. That's when you had the introduction of industrialized food, which poisoned you instead of nourished you. That's when you had the introduction of the military industrial complex, which served to empower the banking elites with profitability at the detriment of your son's lives. All of this was pre-planned and written out in this document called Silent Weapons for Quiet Wars, Ensuring predictability through our actions by enslaving our minds first, by poisoning us through our food, poisoning us through our entertainment, poisoning us through the indoctrination of the education system. All of this, all of this wove the fabric for what we know as modern society today, and we're reading the playbook. Here's an interesting quote by one of the Rothchilds themselves, Meyer Anhe Rothchilds, 1943 to 1812 and said, give me control over a nation's currency and I care not who makes its laws. Meyer Am shell Rothchilds. When you control the money, you already control the politicians. And when you control the politicians, you control the law and you in turn control the people. Today's silent weapons technology is an outgrowth of a simple idea discovered, succinctly expressed, and effectively applied by the quoted Mr. Meyer Amschel Rothschilds. Mr. Rothschild discovered the missing passive component of economic theory known as economic inductance. He of course did not think of this discovery in these 20th century terms. And to be sure, mathematical analysis had to wait for the second industrial revolution, the rise of the theory of mechanics and electronics, and finally the invention of the electronic computer before. Before it could be effectively applied in the control of the world economy. So this part is where it gets a little technical. Okay. Everything up in here was like theory of societal engineering. Right now we're getting into the idea of how energy and, and the, the energy of the world actually works side by side with the energy of people and by learning to manipulate one gives you the theory of how to manipulate the other. Okay, so this starts to break it down. It breaks it down technically for you. And again, I will give you my reframe of this, uh, so as to allow you to actually understand what I'm talking about without scouring this document back and forth and back and forth. Uh, so this is what a, how is lays it out. It says General Energy concepts and the study of energy systems. There always appears to be three elementary concepts. These are potential energy, kinetic energy, and energy dissipation. In corresponding to these concepts, there are three idealized, essentially pure physical counterparts called passive components. In the science of physical mechanics, the phenomenon of potential energy is associated with a physical property called elasticity or stiffness, and can be represented by a stretching spring. An electronic science potential energy is stored in a capacitor instead of a spring. This property is called accidents. Instead of elasticity or stiffness, right? Think of a rubber band, Now it goes on to say that in the science of physical mechanics, which is the second part of this, the phenomenon of kinetic energy is associated with a physical property called inertia or mass, and can be represented by a mass or a flywheel in motion and electronic science, kinetic energy is stored in an inductor in the magnetic field instead of a mass. This property called inductance instead of inertia. Alright, so bear with me here because then in just a second, it takes all three of these concepts and formulates it for societal engineering. It says In the science of physical mechanics, the phenomenon of energy dissipation is associated with a physical property called friction or resistance, and can be represented at by a dash pot or a device which can converts energy into heat. An electronic science dissipation of energy is performed by an element called either a resistor or a conductor. The term resistor being the one generally used to describe a more ideal device. Like a wire employed to convey electronic energy efficiently from one location to another. The property of a resistance or a conductor is measured as either resistance or conduct conductance. Reciprocals. Alright, now it says in economics, this is where it takes that idea of energy dissipation of conductance and cap capacitance. Right, the capacity and reformulates it into currency, right? Into how people react to things. Okay, so it talks about capital is capacitance, right? That's money, stock inventory, investments in buildings and durables, right? So the, the capacity, the capacitance is capital, the conductance. The flow of the energy is goods. That's where the exchange happens. And then the inductance, the influence of the population of industry on output is services. So the capacitance is capital, that's the money, the conductance, what where it flows from is goods, right? And then, The dissipation or the inductance is services. All of the math mathematical theory developed in the study of one energy system, right? Mechanics or electronics, can immediately be applied in the study of any other energy systems, including economics. So what Mr. Rothschilds had discovered was that the basic principle of power, influence, and control over people as applied to economics. That, that principle is when you assume the appearance of power, people soon give it to you. So lemme reread that for you. What Mr. Mr. Rothschilds had discovered was the basic principle of power, influence, and control over people as applied to economics. That principle is when you assume the appearance of power, people soon give it to you. Now when we start to get into this, this is where fractional banking came from, was this idea. Right. The, and, and now what we know is, you know, zero Reserve banking, but is supposed to be what fractional reserve banking was, I think, until 2021 or 22 when they changed it to zero reserve banking, which is far worse. Right? So this is where the, the creation of the Federal Reserve comes from, is this idea. So, Mr. Mr. Rothschild had discovered that currency or deposit loan accounts had the required appearance of power that. It could be used to induce people, right? The inductance with people corresponding to a magnetic field, it says into surrendering their real wealth in exchange for a promise of greater wealth, right? An instance of compensate. Of real instead of real compensation, right? So instead of giving you gold for your services, I'm gonna give you an i O U, this piece of paper that we printed out of a machine that says, you know, we got you. All you have to do is agree with somebody else that we got you and we got them, and you guys exchanged that. Gotcha. And you know, now you're, now you're, you know, exchanging currency. So they would put real collateral in exchange for a loan of promissory notes. I. Mr. Rothschild found that he could issue more notes than he had backing for fractional banking. So long as he had someone's stock of, had someone's stock of gold as a persuader to show his customers. So picture him with a big bank behind him. Or a, a big, uh, you know, um, box of gold, a a big, you know, vault of gold. And in that vault of gold, he had a million, a million dollars worth of, you know, dollars. He had a a million dollars worth of gold. And in exchange of that million dollars, he handed out $10 million to other people saying, you know, I got this million right behind me. You don't have to worry about it. If you come back to me for your 500,000, I'll give you the 500,000. Of course, I got it. Look behind me. Right, but little did they know that he doesn't have 10 million, which is what he loaned out. So he now owes more than he has in possession. So if any one time everybody comes to get it at the same time, none of it really exists. Right. Fractional banking, I. Mr. Rothschilds loaned his promissory notes to individuals and to governments. These would create overconfidence. Then he would make money scarce, tighten control on the system, and collect the collateral through the obligation of contracts. So let's say that you own, uh, a $500,000 house that I loaned you the money for, that you're paying me monthly on. Now the economy that I squeeze goes to shit, and you can't afford the mortgage. Now, I made you pay me $200,000 of the 500,000, but you couldn't pay the whole thing because I screwed the economy over, and now I own all of those assets again. Rinse and repeat the cycle. Was then repeated. These pressures could be used to ignite a war. Then he would control the availability of currency to determine who would win the war. Right? This man with all the perceived power, with all the gold in the vault behind him, told both sides of the war that I got you. I got you. But then depending on who he gave the most loans to printed the most money for. Would win the war. Of course, war is just a war of attrition. Everything's a war of attrition, right? It's just who has the most money? Who has the most, uh, shiny metal machines that are gonna blow stuff up? The government, which agreed to give him control of its economy and economic system, got his support and in turn won the war. And maybe that's what we're seeing play out right now between NATO and Russia and China and all of these things going on, is we're seeing who's going to give. The banking cartels, the control of the economic system. And whoever does that is gonna get the most money. They're gonna get the most funding, right? They're gonna get the most bombs, they're gonna get the most tanks, and in turn, they're gonna win. The war goes on to say the collection of debts was guaranteed by economic aid to the enemy of the debtor. Collection of debts was guaranteed by economic aid. To the enemy of the debtor. The profit derived from this economic methodology made by Mr. Rothschilds all the more able to expand his wealth. He found that the public greed would allow currency to be printed by government order beyond the limits of backing and precious metals, or the production of goods and services, and that's how we get to inflation, right? Public greed would allow currency to be printed by government. Order beyond the limits of backing and precious metal or the production of goods and services, right? We got off of the gold standard and immediately what happens? Inflation. Inflation, go back and ask your grandparents about it, right? How much did the car cost in this structure? Right? And so a parent ca, capital as paper inductor, right? The inductor in the structure credit presented by is a pure element called currency as the appearance of capital, but in the effect negative capital. Hence it was the appearance of service, but is in fact indebtedness or debt. It is therefore an economic inductance instead of a economic capacitance, and if balanced in no other way will be balanced by the negation of population, right? War and genocide. I. The total goods and services represent real capital called the Gross National Product, and currency may be printed up to this level and still represent economic capacitance, but currency printed beyond this level is subtractive and represents the introduction of economic inductance in constitutes notes of indebted. Alright, let's go ahead and let's do this 'cause this will be interesting if we can take this. Actually get it to, let's see here how I can do this. I wanna see if I can carry this over and have a chat. G p t write a simplistic, let's say like a, a first grade level and explain that for us. So let me go ahead and take a picture of this, copy over the text and ask it to explain it that way, because I think that's a value. This is a little bit more, uh, complex than. Then how we, uh, you know, having me over here try to explain it to you. So let me go ahead and, and put it in here. So I took it, let's go take it to chat, g b t. Please explain this at a fifth grade level. All right, so it's saying, imagine we have a system where people use something called currency as a form of credit. This currency looks like money or resources, but it's actually like negative capital because it creates debt. So it seems like a helpful service, but it actually puts people in debt, right? The currency, the money. Is all just credit, right? There's not, there's not actually backed by anything, which all it means is that, you know, you see the national debt ticker just keeps going up and up and up. So it seems like a helpful service, but it actually puts people in debt instead of being like a container that holds in stores value like a piggy bank. This currency acts more like a force that causes changes in the economy, like pushing or pulling things around. When this force gets out of balance and there's too much currency, it can lead to problems. To balance this system, something extreme like war or genocide might happen. This is because the excess currency needs to be brought back to balance. And unfortunately, throughout its history, war has been one way that this has been achieved. Uh, right. Remember, this is just an explanation of some ideas in the text. As you grow older, you'll learn more about economics and different viewpoints on these topics. Hmm. Let's see if it can try again. Alright, cool. So, where war is therefore balancing the system by killing the true creditors, the public, which we have taught to exchange true value for inflated currency, it says, and now my screen goes away. So I think that's an interesting analogy, right? Like it's not a piggy bank. The, the money that we have is not a piggy bank. It's a, it's a an i o U. And, and once there's enough IOUs out there that people hold onto, eventually you, the best way to get some of those IOUs back is by eliminating the people, apparently. Uh, so it says that Mr. Rothschild had discovered that the currency gave him the power to rearrange the economic structure to his own advantage, to shift economic inductance to those economic positions, which would encourage the greatest economic instability and oscillation. The final key to economic control had to wait until there was sufficient data and high speed computing equipment to keep close watch on the economic oscillations by creating price shocking and excess paper energy credits, paper inducted and inflation. I. Alright. Now the next part of this is talk, talking about how they test the system, right? How, how do they formulate results? Like how, how did they get the data right? And we're gonna see some of these things ring true when we think back to the time of the, uh, thinking back to. The covid situation where we had no toilet paper for a weird amount of time or maybe a few months ago when, when eggs cost $20 for fricking 12 of them, right? This is a, a form of shockwave testing, which is what we're gonna learn about right now, and it starts by learning the principle of shockwave testing again in energy and reformulating it for how we deal with people and society and societal engineering. So it says, the aviation field provided the greatest evolution in economic engineering, by the way, of its mathematical theory, which is shockwave testing. In this process, what they would do is they would take something on an airplane and they would test how much force could be applied to that, uh, that piece of technology. Right? So a projectile is fired from an airframe on the ground and the impulse. Of the recoil is monitored by vibrational transducers connected to the airframe and wired to chart recorders right? So I was trying to say, how much energy can we put on this airframe of this aircraft until it explodes? Shockwave testing, right? How, how durable is the material and how is it going to react when we impose some type of force on it? By studying the echoes and reflections of the recoil impulse in the airframe is possible to discover critical vibrations in the structure of the airframe, which either vibrations of the engine or. Olian vibrations of the wings or a combination of the two might reinforce resulting in the resonant self-destruction of the airframe in flight as an aircraft, right? So what they wanted to figure out was how much gunpowder can we put on the side of this airplane until it rips apart, right? How big are the booms that we can make until the whole thing falls apart from the standpoint of engineering, this means that the strengths and weaknesses of the structure of the airframe in terms of vibrational energy can be discovered and manipulated. Now again, here comes the application in economics to use this method of airframe shock testing. In economic engineerings, the price of commodities are shocked and the public consumer reaction is monitored Data. The resulting echoes of the economic shocker interpreted theoretically by computers and the socioeconomic structure of the economy is thus discovered. How do people react when we do this thing? We get large enough data sets. Right. Why do you think data's so important when it comes to your social media? Why do you think data's so important when it comes to all of your transactions on, on your finances? Right. Why is the digital currency important? Because the more data that they can get, the more they can realize how to manipulate you. And the more they can profit, the more power that they can have by knowing exactly how you'll react to X and y, because they want. To be more rich and more powerful. They can predict how you're gonna react. They can then invest in the commodities that they know are going to be having shortages early. Or when you, let's say get rid of toilet paper, for example. Maybe people run and buy bidets, or maybe when you have a nationwide panic, people run and buy ammunition, maybe something like that, right? So when you can predict those reactions with a large enough data set, you can then, React ahead of time and profit from those reactions because now you know, now you've shockwave tested the mass public and now you know how they're gonna react when you get rid of toilet paper. Now you know how they're gonna react when you threaten locking them down and shutting down all their businesses. Right? And if you can boil the water up into the point to where the frog's gonna jump out or revolt against you, like we saw with Covid eventually, So they, they dialed up the heat just until the point where they saw us buying ammunition just to the point where they saw people running and getting guns just until the point where people were rioting, not rioting to the extent where they were gonna overthrow the government, but when they were rioting to the point where they were, you know, breaking down in targets and stealing everything out of it. Right. They don't want a complete collapse. 'cause then they lose all of their control, but they do want to dial it up because then now they know the next time that they go to do this, exactly how the public will react. Shockwave testing. Okay, now it says that, um, if this process, uh, it is by this process that partial differential and in indifferent matrices are discovered that define the family household and make possible its evaluation as an economic industry. Which is dissipative consumer structure. Then the response of the household to future shocks can be predicted and manipulated. It says, in society becomes a reg, a well-regulated animal with its reigns under control of a sophisticated computer, regulated social energy bookkeeping system. Eventually, every individual element of the structure comes under computer control through a knowledge of personal preferences. Such knowledge guaranteed by computer Association of consumer preferences, right? U P C codes, zebra striped pricing codes on packages, right? They're talking about literal barcodes. Right. All that is tracking, all that is data set sets, right? Um, it says with identified cus to consumers right. Identify via association with the use of credit cards and later a permanent tattooed body number invisible under normal ambient illumination. Right? That's the, uh, that's the microchip in you that, that they're gonna talk about, right? That's the, that's the digital credit score, right? That's the digital, uh, digital currency. Right. So maybe it's a little bit different than what they expected in 1986, but very, very close. Right? Credit cards were literally designed just so they could get the data of your buying decisions, right? That's every c v s phone number that you put in. That's, uh, the, the barcodes on the back of it. All of it is data, not data for, I mean, yeah, target uses it for their data, but data for the, the company that owns Target. Why do you think BlackRock owns all of these companies? It wants the data, it wants to predict, it wants to throttle economies, it wants to prop one up while it goes to war with Ukraine. It wants to, uh, manipulate financial markets here so that you could have, uh, the downfall of a country over here. Right? So it says summary economics is. Only a social extension of a natural energy system. It also has its three passive components because of the distribution of wealth and the lack of communication and lack of data. This field has been the last energy field for which a knowledge of these three passive components has been developed. Since energy is the key to all activity on the face of the earth, it follows that in order to attain a monopoly of energy. Raw goods, materials and services. And to establish a world system of slave labor, it is necessary to have a first strike capability in the field of economics. In order to maintain our position, it is necessary that we have absolute first knowledge of the science of control over all economic factors in the first experience at engineering the world economy. In order to achieve such sovereignty, we must at least achieve this one end. That the public will not make either the logical or mathematical connection between economics and the other energy sciences, or to learn to apply such knowledge. Hmm. Right. Public first private utopia. They wanted to hone this technology and to keep it to themselves so they can meet at Berg, so they can meet in the Swiss Alps of the World Economic Forum meetings and talk about how they're gonna manipulate you. It is only a matter of time before the new breed of private programmer and economists will catch onto this far reaching implications of the work begun at Harvard in 1948. The speed of which they can communicate their warning to the public will largely depend upon how effective we have been at controlling the media, subverting education, and keeping the public distracted with matters of no real importance. All right, now here's the economic model. It says, the Harvard Economic Research Project in 1948 was an extension of the World War II operations research, right? We learned about that. It was felt that with sufficient mathematical foundation and data, it would be nearly as easy to predict and control the trend of an economy as to predict and control the trajectory of a projectile. Such has proven to be the case. Moreover, the economy has been transformed into a guided missile on target. To make sure history of it all. It was discovered that an economy obeyed the same laws of his electricity and that all of the mathematical theory and practical and computer know-how developed for the eco electronic field could be directly applied to the study of economics. I. The discovery was not openly declared, and its more subtle implications were in our kept closely guarded secrets. For example, that in an economic model, human life is measured in dollars and that the electric spark generated when opening a switch connected to an active inductor is mathematically analogous to the initiation of war, right? Turn on and off the amount. Of dollars, right? The human life, right? That's where you get into the depopulation agenda, right? If you can expand the, the, the expand the, the people that are on this earth and then immediately contract them down to a smaller amount, the amounts of goods still remains the same. It's already been produced, so now it goes into a smaller and smaller group of hands. So that's where the depopulation agenda comes into control. That's where war comes into control. It's, it's, it's a mechanism of, of inflating and deflating the amount of money owed that getting rid of debts that are owed to the government that the government owes to you. Right. The greatest hurdle it says, which theoretical economists faced was the accurate description of the household as an industry. This is a challenge because consumer purchases are a matter of choice, which in turns is influenced by income, price, and other economic factors. This hurdle was cleared in an indirect and stati a statistically approximate way by an application of shock testing to determine the current character characteristics called current technical coefficients of a household industry. Finally, because problems in theoretical electronics can be translated very easily into problems of theoretical electronics, and the solution translated back again. It follows that only a book of language translation and concept definition needed to be written for economics. The remainder could be gotten from standard works on mathematics and electronics. This makes the publication of books on advanced economics unnecessary and greatly simplifies project security. All right, so now it goes into a bunch of diagrams. Okay? Now again, this will be on the sub stack, so you can go read through those and look through them yourself. I don't find much value if you've comprehended a little bit more of what I've talked about here, but it basically talks about how the flow of economics and utilizing one industry for supply to demand, um, then results in what they want, right? So, so more control, more money, more power. Alright. It uses these, you know, kind of electronic models and, uh, to give you a, a better discussion surrounding what we talked about already. So it, it just lays it all out for you. But that's a pretty consistent, uh, or a pretty, uh, technical way of going about this. So let's go ahead and we'll scroll past that for now. All right. There is one part that I wanna point out though. It says the social welfare system. Okay, this is just a small piece of it. Uh, it says the problem with sub stabilizing the economic system is that there is too much demand on account of one, too much greed and two too much population, right? 'cause it goes into how other large are te alternatives to war, right? As economic inductors and economic flywheels are an open-ended social welfare program, or, An enormous but fruitful open-ended space program, right? Nasa, could you imagine that right? An enormous open-ended space program with no end in sight. Right there. There's nothing, there's no real end, there's no real goal. Uh, so you can have that as one balancing mechanism. You can have war, right? Too much demand on the count of too much greed. And too much population can be balanced with open-ended space programs, social, large, social, open-ended welfare programs and war. Okay? It says the problem with stabilizing economic systems is that there is too much demand on an account of too much greed and too much population. This creates excessive economic inductance, which can only be balanced with economic capacitance, right? So true resources or value in goods and services. The social welfare. The social welfare program is nothing more than an open-ended credit balance system, which creates a false capital industry to give non-productive people a roof over their heads and food in their stomachs. This can be useful, however, because the recipients become state property in return for the gift. A standing army for the elite for who he pays. The Piper picks the tune for who he pays. The piper picks the tune. Hmm. So this is why we see the Democrats, the liberal, the left, right, which this knows no left and right, but this does this, this is important, right? This is why when you have these soc, social and ec, this is why they say, right, I'll, I'll, uh, find me a young man who's a Republican. I'll show you somebody without a heart. Uh, find me an old man who's a liberal, and I'll show you somebody without a brain. Right? It's like when you can enslave somebody by giving them a stipend. Right. That's literally how they did this. This can be useful putting a roof over their heads and food in their stomach for people who are completely unproductive because the recipients become state property in return for the gift. A standing army for the elite, for he who pays the piper picks the tune, right? If they give you the money, you fall in line. You do what they say. You are now docile. So I found that to be interesting. All right, so the next part of this, right now that we've gone through the more technical aspect of the energy portions and how that's, that social energy relates to, right, the, the findings of scientific energy. Uh, let's go ahead and pull up this next part. If my computer will play nice with me and it doesn't want to, alright. But I found that to be interesting, right? Even the shockwave testing, when you start to think of things in this way, when you start to think of data, right? Everybody's been talking about data, data, data. What does Facebook, well, Facebook makes their money from data, right? Why is data so important? Well, when you have enough data, you can predict actions. Right. Where are people gonna spend their money? How are people gonna react physically? All right, so I. It goes on to say that those who get hooked on the economic drug must go to the elite for the fix. And this, the method of introducing large amounts of stabilizing capacitance is by borrowing on the future credit of the world. I. Okay, so those who get hooked, hooked on the economic drug must go to the elite for the fix. They own the banks, they own the printing machine to give out the credit. Like what gives you the right you, there's no, there's nothing there. It's all a facade. It says in this, the method of introducing large amounts of stabilizing money, right by printing stuff. Is borrowing on the future credit of the world inflation, right? What we print today affects our children tomorrow, right? Things cost more. This is the fourth law of motion onset, and consists of performing an action and leaving the system before the reflected reaction returns to the point of action. A delayed reaction, right? They don't have to deal with it. Your children, our great-grandchildren, deal with it. The means of surviving. The reaction is by changing the system before the reaction can return. By. This means politicians become more popular in their own time and the public pays later. In fact, the measure of me measure of such a politician is the delay time, right? How long does it take for everything to crumble after Joe Biden leaves? After so much money is poured into the system after it's printed to send to Ukraine. The same thing is achieved by a government, by printing money beyond the limit of the gross national product and the economic process called inflation. This puts a large quantity of money into the hands of the public and maintains a balance against their greed, creates a false self-confidence in them, and for a while stays the wolf from the door. They must eventually resort to war to balance out the account because war ultimately is merely the act of destroying the creditor, right? The people killing off people, and the politicians are the publicly hired hitmen that justify the act to keep the responsibility and blood off the public conscience. So just by printing money eventually, it's literally taking life. If the people really cared about their fellow man, it says they would control their appetites, their greed, their procreation, so that they would not have to operate on a credit or welfare social system, which steals from the worker to satisfy the bum. Since most of the general public will not exercise restraint, there are only two alternatives to reduce the economic inductance of the system. One, let the populace bludgeon each other. To death and war, which will only result in the total destruction of the living earth. Number two, take control of the world by the use of economic silent weapons in the form of quiet warfare, and reduce the economic inductance of the world to a safe level by a process of benevolent slavery and genocide. Print, fight, print, fight, print, fight, the balancing act. Eventually somebody has to pay for that. Getting rid of the creditor, getting rid of the people that erode the money, eliminating the population. The latter option has been taken as the obviously better option. It says at this point it should be crystal clear to the reader why absolute secrecy about the silent weapons is necessary. The general public re refuses to improve its own mentality and its faith in the fellow man. It has become a herd of proliferating barbarians and so to speak, a blight upon the face of the earth. They do not care enough about economic science to learn why they have not been able to avoid war. Despite religious morality and their religious or self-gratifying refusal to deal with earthly problems renders the solution of the worldly problem unreachable to them. It is left to those few who are truly willing to think and survive as the fittest. To survive to solve the problem for themselves is the few who really care. Otherwise, exposure of the silent weapon would destroy our only hope of preserving the seed of the future True humanity. Hmm. So that's where you get the idea and this sociopathic idea that there should be a ruling class, that there should be slaves, that there should be peasants, that there should be bums because you don't know any better and you're too stupid and too lazy and not enough. You don't have enough self-awareness and you don't have enough intellect to, to actually grasp what's going on in these financial systems. And, and instead, we're just gonna send you off to war to die. So we can pay off the bets so that we, the debts that we owe, so that, You know, we can drive our Ferraris to Davos and meet once a year to talk about how we're going to further our enslavement of you through our children. All right? It goes on to show some more of those examples, uh, showing the diagrams of how these stages of s schematics simplification, right? Where is war play into this? So it it, it has mathematical equations, which are beyond my scope of understanding, uh, but. It talks about the final bill of goods, says the final bill of goods is called the final bill of goods or the bill of final demand, and is zero when the system can be closed by the evaluation of the technical coefficients of the non-productive industries, governments and households. Households may be regarded as a productive industry with labor as its output product. Interesting. So that's how they look at you, huh? Says the household industry, the household, the industries of finance, manufacturing, and government. Real counterparts of the pure industries of capital goods and services are easily defined because they're generally logically structured. Because of this, their processes can be described mathematically and their technical coefficients can be easily deduced. This however, is not the case with the service industry known as the household industry. Household models when their industry flow diagram is represented by a two block system of households on the right and all other industries. On the left, the following results, so there's another diagram. It says The arrows to the left. Yeah. You'll have to kind of read through this so you actually get an idea of what it's talking about. Let's see. This is applied to economics. This means that all of the households in one region or in the whole nation are studied as a group or class rather than individually. And the mass behavior, rather than the individual behavior, is used to discover useful estimates of the technical coefficients governing the economic structure of the hypothetical single household industry. Right? So taking a a general average allows them to say, you know, even if 30% of the country isn't gonna get vaccinated, we're betting on the 70%. Right. We know 70% compliance is enough to get us to where we need to go. The next time around that we do this, it says, one method of evaluating the technical coefficients of the household industry depends upon shocking the prices of a commodity and noting the changes in the sales of all, of all of the commodities, right? So when we get rid of toilet paper, how does that affect the general economy? Where do people start to put their money? Where do, where does that panic lead us? It's so easy to make us panic. Which is exactly all that was, was a shockwave test, getting rid of toilet paper to see how people would react. So the next time, how easily is it to predict your reactions and profit from it? Right? In the shock testing of an aircraft frame, the recoil impulse of a firing gun is mounted to the airframe causing shockwaves, right? We talked about this. It is as they tell the A aviation engineers, the conditions under which some parts of the airplane or the whole airplane or its wings will start to vibrate or flutter like a guitar string, a flute read, or a tuning fork and disintegrate or fall apart in flight. Economic engineers achieve the same result by studying the behavior of the economy and the consumer public by carefully selecting a staple commodity such as beef, coffee, gasoline, eggs, toilet paper, maybe, or sugar. And then causing a sudden change or shock in its price or availability, thus kicking everybody's budget and buying habits out of shape. They then observe the shockwaves, which result by monitoring the changes in the advertising prices, and sales of that and other commodities. The objective of such studies is to acquire the know-how to set the public economy into a predictable state of motion or change even a controlled self-destructive state. Of motion, which will convince the public that a certain expert of people should take care of the money system and reestablish security rather than liberty and justice for all. When the subject citizens are rendered unable to control their financial affairs, they of course become totally enslaved a source of cheap labor. Not only the prices of commodities, but also the availability of labor can be used as the means of shock testing. Labor strikes, deliver excellent test shock results to an economy, especially in the critical service areas as trucking or transportation. And you wanna talk about the transportation industry during c O D communication. Public utilities is energy, water, garbage collection, et cetera. We have seen this playbook play out, and it was written in the fifties. These, exactly the playbook that was used during covid By shock testing, it has found that there is a direct relationship between the availability of m
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