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Posted Monday 10th December 2012 02:38 GMT amanfromMars 1 …. sharing IT like IT is on http://forums.theregister.co.uk/forum/1/2012/12/09/kim_dotcom_shows_off_new_service/

I wonder if this will engender a greater sense of security with users in a now incredibly tyrannical US government snooping environment on the Internet. As a user of the Internet I welcome things like this while trapped in world like this where governments give tyrannical authority to and aid organizations in confiscation of children’s laptops over downloads that never happened and arrest people like Kim on the say-so of such organizations or tyrannical governments like the one in the USA. …  tempemeaty Posted Monday 10th December 2012 01:22 GMT

A tyrannical government is a stupid failed government, for it generates for itself a whole range of novel and significantly more intelligent enemies, both phantom virtual and physical real, both within itself and outside its perceived realms of power and play, which it doesn’t influence and cannot control. And as systems and systems administrators get smarter internetworking, does power and control with global operating devices in communications channels seed new feeds and deeds which take over from and/or destroy such as are as fools in their madness with their madness and the idiot savant in his increasingly self destructive state of delusion …. should they fail to see the light and the error of their ways.
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Mon, 12/10/2012 – 00:51 | 3048011  amanfromMars ….. sharing freely the future in a comment in a reply to views expressed on http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2012-12-09/shape-next-crisis-preview-elliotts-paul-singer
And here is a little something irregular and unconventional, but nevertheless certainly real, which agrees with those changed states of future affairs, as outlined in “The Shape Of The Next Crisis” – A Preview By Elliott’s Paul Singer, submitted by Tyler Durden on 12/09/2012 15:00 -0500, and which are a known unknown ……. or is that only applicable to a chosen few, and the present and current running reality that the world is as a plaything in the hands/hearts and minds of beings expert in fields of virtual reality and advanced intelligence, is still for all but those few, an unknown unknown‽
Methinks the chances of it being the latter rather than the former are probably definitely maybe quite evident, don’t you. And whenever it be so, are y’all powerless to influence upcoming catastrophic and/or disruptive global events which are specifically, particularly and peculiarly intelligently designed to purge and/or destroy systems which have morphed into parasitic entities.
cc Fort Meade …. Cowboy Central Control [just in case they are sleeping on the job and/or can’t actually do all that they like everyone to think that they can do with their monitoring of virtual traffic]
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Posted Monday 10th December 2012 11:10 GMT amanfromMars 1 …… springing and plugging a quantum leak and leap on http://forums.theregister.co.uk/forum/1/2012/12/09/kim_dotcom_shows_off_new_service/
Security? What Security? Those battles are long ago lost. Now is it just a matter of price and cost

Oh shit I just upvoted amanfrommars.
I think I must be loosing my mind.
Daisy. Daisy… ….  Anonymous Coward Posted Monday 10th December 2012 09:41 GMT

Yes, that is all that is needed, AC, and it is not the end of the world yet, as you know it, is it? And so much better than losing your mind, too.
However, be in no doubt that things have changed more than just fundamentally, and there is nothing you can do about it unless you can control  …… well, I suppose it would be most accurate to classify the IT Feed Seed as Virtual Eventing.
A little something irregular and unconventional from GCHQ for the New Year and the Future to report on, El Reg? 🙂
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Posted Monday 10th December 2012 15:34 GMT amanfromMars 1 …. on http://forums.theregister.co.uk/forum/1/2012/12/09/kim_dotcom_shows_off_new_service/
The Law is an Ass and always Falters and Fails against Advanced Intelligence

…..and judges weren’t born yesterday ….. Psyx Posted Monday 10th December 2012 09:28 GMT

I think you will find that they definitely are/were, Psyx, and in more senses than just one. And they are easily bought too, aren’t they, in so many cases whenever the status quo is challenged to change to accommodate a new future?
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amanfromMars 10 December 2012 at 5:07 pm …. on http://sluggerotoole.com/2012/12/10/northern-ireland-a-solution/
That was a very astute post, Ruarai, which surely no one can say is not perfectly true.
Whenever it is obvious that elected political representatives are not clever enough themselves to provide what is needed for novel progress, then one does have to wonder why intelligence services are not supplying what is required, which is only the provision of a completely different script for them to perform on the media stage.
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Posted by amanfromMars on 12/10/12 12:48 PM …. on http://www.thedailybell.com/28434/CIA-Takes-Over-Pentagon

In other words, the Intel agencies act as occupying forces, ensuring that politicians, business, media and military elements all work together to fuflil power elite goals.

Do you think that Intel are realising that they don’t need the power elite, recognising that the power elite cannot function and survive and prosper outrageously without them and their special forces and quite magical services?
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