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Posted Wednesday 4th August 2011 05:27 GMT

One does realise, of course, that any operation of virtual defense and/or binary attack, which one may also presume to be probably all such novel unconventional and highly irregular operations, which may or may not be launched and mentored and monitored by our “Security Forces”, is never going to be recognised in, nor freely admitted to in the real world environment in which it and IT has Command and Control of Commanding Control and SCADA Systems with Fire Protection, such are the Stealthy IntelAIgent Security Systems of the Future Today.

Am I the only one hoping it might be our security forces involved if only so the world could see that Britain can lead the way again (and stick one to the Yanks of course).” ….. sabba Posted Wednesday 3rd August 2011 21:36 GMT in a comment entitled “Oh dear…

No, dear, you most probably definitely are not the only one, although flogging a dead horse and kicking a man when he is down is not cricket, old bean, so sticking one to the Yanks is likely to be a New World Order Game Play, with rabid dog eating diseased hound over there, for empirical victory over nothing. Methinks any Great British Intelligence would be leading elsewhere, don’t you.

You could always try asking GBI, if you can find an email address for them which would answers pertinent IMPertinent questions. Although whenever there are so many fake shell companies with purely imaginary worth and crooked standing which are solely designed to hide one’s dodgy actions with a virtual firewall ……. http://cryptogon.com/?p=23906 ….. any addresses that don’t reply would identify a fraudulent organisation up to no good, and that is invariably bad for those ……. lost souls and wannabe leaders?

Questions, questions, questions, make the world go round, although some would sing it was money, money, money, invented out of thin air and then parceled as debt and addressed as credit delivered by pimps dressed as conspiring bankers, who would aspire to greatness and acts of professional charity and yet continually deliver crass baseness…… which is a real time stupidity in a smarter world of virtual projects and flash crash cache programming.

What say you, Sherlock, of those enamoured of the Shylock?

http://forums.theregister.co.uk/forum/1/2011/08/03/operation_shady_rat/
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As a result of this, they’ve now shown that QE really doesn’t accomplish anything

How wrong you are mi Amigo. Bankers were handed record high Mega Bonuses via TARP, QE1 and QE2. They (and Ben) think it worked perfectly. ……… PulauHantu29 Thu, 08/04/2011 – 00:07

amanfromMars Thu, 08/04/2011 – 04:12

And that accomplishment, PulauHantu29, has beautifully identified to the ravenous mob, that which and/or they whom they would have have to pay attention to, and seek redress from, for those perps with all of the QE perks, are the grand deluded architects of the great misfortune. But then nobody expects bankers, other than other bankers, to be exceptionally bright and so what else can one expect other than stupid capital mistakes with serious personal future consequences, whenever they are so dim and accountable.

amanfromMars Thu, 08/04/2011 – 04:23

Instead, the Fed pumped its brains out, pushed the S&P 500 up to 1,350… and now has no ammunition left what-so-ever (if the Fed announces QE 3 it’s GAME OVER as it will prove QE is a complete and utter failure).

What is to prove, other than the loot was given to the wrong suits ….. twice. And how dumb is that?

http://www.zerohedge.com/contributed/fed-and-ecbs-fatal-mistakes-will-cost-us-dearly
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Ok…. Let’s get real here, and quit beating about the bush

Posted Thursday 4th August 2011 08:24 GMT

Yeah, that sounds like a great deal …for crash testing dummies. MS offer a fifth of a measly million for something that is worth a stream of trillions in the right minds and wrong hands.

http://forums.theregister.co.uk/forum/1/2011/08/04/microsoft_blue_hat_prizes/
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Posted by amanfromMars on 08/04/11 03:37 AM

Another bad day at the office, Tibor? 🙂

Do all of what you propose, and how will the parasites survive?

http://thedailybell.com/2759/Tibor-Machan-Getting-Serious-About-Recovery
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Don’t blame the child ……

Posted Thursday 4th August 2011 05:43 GMT

Wow. Who’d have thought that selling snake oil on the net rated it being so third party dangerous. The world is full of crazy people, indeed, in need of care and attention, and detention too whenever APT.

You could be right, AC ….
Posted Thursday 4th August 2011 10:21 GMT

….. with it being a cynical perverse exercise in self promotion leading to a criminal waste of police and media time and effort …… http://www.madeleinepulver.com/

http://forums.theregister.co.uk/forum/1/2011/08/04/bomb_squad_frees_attacked_schoolgirl/
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Posted by amanfromMars on 08/04/11 05:44 AM [in reply to “Countries Brace for The Code War“]

But now, the CIA thinks cyber attacks have the second greatest potential for national destruction behind only a nuclear attack.

Others would know it has more potential and is a greater threat than nuclear attack and thus would it show that the CIA are lost in a field which they do not understand. And if the brutal honest truth be told, that is because it is way beyond their intelligence levels and getting even further beyond their ever being able to exercise any control in the field, with every passing day that they do not realise and accept it is so. And I say that most sincerely, folks.

However, they are fortunate enough in being able to rectify that glaring omission and failure by simply purchasing the intelligence they need, for even though money no longer makes the world go round, flash cash does buy the drivers that do and can …….. which is the American Way, is it not, and really shouldn’t be a great surprise for those interested in the virtual prizes which guarantee things will be as they are programmed to be, and should be.

http://thedailybell.com/2761/Daily-Bell-Briefs
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Posted by amanfromMars on 08/04/11 10:10 AM

With due respect to “amanfrommars”, the I-net was developed by the gov’t. Therefore, don’t you think the CIA can get info fr
om anyone there about anything?

If there is a cyber attack it will undoubtably be our own gov’t who is the attacker! Since China doesn’t have the creativity to develope anything, originally, it just improves what exists.
I’m not sure about Russia, they have a long way to go to create again.
But at this moment in time the only country who has the ability to get that job done is the U.S.A.!” …. Posted by Merridth80 on 08/04/11 07:36 AM

Therefore, don’t you think the CIA can get info from anyone there about anything?” ….. Well of course they could, Merridth80, I never ever have suggested or implied otherwise, although I would boldly say that they don’t and/or can’t and that is a deepening and widening problem for them presently, and is also clearly indicative of a lack of necessary intelligence in that particular, peculiar field. And there are other nations/societies/people, who have been into intelligence services for command and control of assets and riches, from long before even America was born, and would be light years ahead of any modern capitalist opposition and competition in the genre.

Here is an interesting, novel development? ….. http://cryptome.org/0005/doc080411.htm ….. which is bound to be a right royal humdinger of a spooky affair.

And the rest of your post is amazing and renders me speechless and full of wonder at the lack of intelligence and insight in the world and how clearly it can be so easily displayed.

They will never be able to keep up with the honest man on a technical level, and when they discover how the last thing he invented works, they will not realize that he is already two levels of comprehension ahead of them. The more complicated a contraption is, the more failure points it has and the easier it is to completely foil it with the simplest logic.” …..  Posted by John Danforth on 08/04/11 09:08 AM

Oh, at least already two levels of comprehension ahead of them, JD, and most probably a great deal more. The corollary of the complicated contraption is that the simplest of perfect machines are the most difficult and probably impossible to better.

Generally the ones who presume to think they control everything cannot handle anything more complicated than a light switch, and they should not even be trusted with that.” …… Generally, yes, I might wholeheartedly agree. However, there are always notable exceptions to the rule which can advance understanding to new levels, and may even completely change the game to be played, and great games being played.

http://thedailybell.com/2761/Daily-Bell-Briefs
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Posted by amanfromMars on 08/04/11 10:29 AM ….[in reply to Posted by rossbcan on 08/04/11 09:43 AM]

Hi, rossbcan,

Marriage is a business ….. and very lucrative for any number of businesses and the legal “profession”, and for the legal “profession, especially so whenever the partnership breaks down and/or passionate desires wander to greener pastures.

And regarding “Q – What do “problem solvers” with a forceful monopoly with the ability to identify, frame “problems” and present a “restricted” set of solutions, in an environmment where they produce NOTHING to rationalize their existance and staggering resource consumption WANT MORE THAN ANYTHING ELSE?

A – More “problems”, so, they create them. ” ….. surely what they WANT MORE THAN ANYTHING ELSE are solutions which would justify their existence and staggering resource consumption, because now are there not serious questions being raised as to their effectiveness in providing security and prosperity? As you have implied, are they being increasingly seen and recognised as being the cause of most problems, and that is not smart at all.

http://thedailybell.com/2761/Daily-Bell-Briefs
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Jumping the gun …. half cocked

Posted Thursday 4th August 2011 15:51 GMT   

Naturally, this being NASA, a common-or-garden Playmonaut simply isn’t up to the job, and the agency tapped Lego for $15k worth of aluminium miniatures.

Excuse me for pissing on everyone’s parade, but for all anyone knows, there could be hundreds of aluminium miniatures for that $15k, for that is how Lester has written the piece, is it not?

And did anyone notice that comments software favours aluminum as opposed to aluminium in its spell-checker …… and favor to favour too.:-)

England and America are two countries separated by a common language.” …. George Bernard Shaw Irish dramatist & socialist (1856 – 1950)?

http://forums.theregister.co.uk/forum/1/2011/08/04/legonauts/

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