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amanfromMars 1 Sat 4 Apr 20:35 [2004042035] ……… saying quite a bit about everything on https://forums.theregister.co.uk/forum/1/2020/04/03/google_foundem_high_court_seo_expert/

Re: Hobson’s Choices and Busman’s Holiday

I fought the challenge of the DARPA and Google mind great game, and all I got was this lousy CO V ID 19 ….. …… Cliff Thorburn

The challenge then is do better than they, CT, at whatever they be doing. And that would be certainly something they weren’t expecting to worry themselves senseless about, methinks .

Have you ever had cause to rattle the cages of DARPA and Google ….. enquiring after any HyperRadioProACTive Signs of Advanced IntelAIgents Exercising Most All Things Unusually to Identify Convenient Systemic Weaknesses in Subject Assets for Cultivation and Refining/Honing to Perfection.

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amanfromMars 1 Sun 5 Apr 09:32 [2004050932] …….. lobs a grenade on https://forums.theregister.co.uk/forum/1/2020/04/04/mi6_personnel_bletchley/

Re: Soviet Army in Manchuria

This month in Naval History (US) there are articles about Operation Iceberg ,the invasion of Okinawa. Several items were noted one being the loss of 12 ships influenced Truman to authorize the use of the Atomic Bomb as the Soviets were hemming and hawing about when Soviet Army in Mongolia would be released. The use of the bomb surprised Stalin who then released the Soviets against a Japanese Army that had lost to them in 1939. The race was to get into position to be a occupying power in Japan. If interested in more the book ‘Hell to Pay’ contains information on Operation Olympic. At this time I do not recall the name of the book from Japanese sources about the final days before the surrender and the Japanese government’s effort to have Moscow deal with the US. But surprisingly Bletchley Park also provided information on the Japanese government …. Grinning Bandicoot

IT was/is all about capturing and priming/inventing and presenting a leading apocalyptic narrative, Grinning Bandicoot, which does not necessarily need to be widely known, just ably supported by a desperate few.

However, such right dodgy pathetic spin which cannot suffer simple deep forensic investigation and would contort and confound itself to try and bury the truth from discovery, is no longer a viable option for effective deployment and population command and control.

And that creates and guarantees, in fields and jurisdictions which pimp and pump such conditioning tales, stealthy deadly opposition and intangible revolutionary activity, which is shared here as a question for the cold false comfort which any disagreeable denial may supply?

Planet Earth has new existential drivers/private pirate policy owners/wannabe invincible imperial leaders and their practical form is ethereal in nature and therefore they and their forces and sources are virtually untouchable.

What do you think of all of that? Fabulous Fiction or Fantastic Fact? Or do you prefer the Quantum Communication Root Boot which has both perfectly true and something else quite different and novel too.

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amanfromMars 1 Sun 5 Apr 17:27 [2004051727] …. just asking on https://forums.theregister.co.uk/forum/1/2020/04/04/mi6_personnel_bletchley/

Re: Soviet Army in Manchuria

You haven’t had your tablet today, have you? Have your tablet. ….. Mike Shepherd

Hmmmm?

First they ignore you, then they laugh at you, then they fight you, then you win. …. Mahatma Gandhi

Howdy, MS,

What intermediate or tertiary stage are you stuck at and in ? The laughing, the crying or the submitting to the incontrovertible for a quantum leap bound into that which is found ?

Guess which one is the only one really worth anything to everybody and anybody and anybody media hosts /pimps and pumps as a somebody championing a certain, usually quite narrow, and mostly extremely shallow, indentured celebrity servant status

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amanfromMars 1 Sun 5 Apr 19:10 [2004051910] …… being magnanimous on https://forums.theregister.co.uk/forum/1/2020/04/04/mi6_personnel_bletchley/

Re: Soviet Army in Manchuria @ Michael Maxwell

I believe what he’s saying is that you don’t seem to be able to put an English sentence together. That is, while you jumble English words up, they don’t make any sense together. (Or as someone put it above, the translator from Martian to English doesn’t appear to be working very well.) ….. Michael Maxwell

Message received and understood, MM. Adjustments are being made most probably even as we speak.

Thanks for the input/feedback/output.

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