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Orlylicious wrote:
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Don't wish it on him
Why on earth not? He's publishing false information and quack medical advice that would promote the spread of a dangerous virus, and send other human beings to needless deaths.

I have no moral qualms wishing the disease on someone who is actively wishing it on others. Let the right people die for a change.
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Von Strudel has an explanation of a caste system which is full of frothy nuttiness: on Paul Streamers site: Explanation of Reptilians. Apparently, in the Annaverse people have been selectively bred like working dog breeds to be members of three castes: priests, soldiers and merchants. Oh, it's four really because there's also the casteless caste. Apparently most members of Congress are soldier caste so are predisposed to aim for war without the wiser guiding hand of the priest caste to advise and restrain them.

The contents below are all nasty or nutty or – most commonly – both. There is a septic ditch of antisemitism following proudly through it – the Strudeloids are virulently vile.

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Congress had too many from the soldier caste? We've forgotten that Valen set up the Grey Council to have 3 from each caste so no one caste would rule over the other.
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Northland10 wrote:
Sun Mar 08, 2020 8:09 am
Congress had too many from the soldier caste? We've forgotten that Valen set up the Grey Council to have 3 from each caste so no one caste would rule over the other.
Yabbut then it was changed so that the Grey Council was dominated by the working caste with five seats on the Grey Council. And why does Stephen Miller remind me of that oily representatives of the Shadows, the one who ended up with his head on a pike (nadt).
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woodworker wrote:
Sun Mar 08, 2020 12:33 pm
Northland10 wrote:
Sun Mar 08, 2020 8:09 am
Congress had too many from the soldier caste? We've forgotten that Valen set up the Grey Council to have 3 from each caste so no one caste would rule over the other.
Yabbut then it was changed so that the Grey Council was dominated by the working caste with five seats on the Grey Council. And why does Stephen Miller remind me of that oily representatives of the Shadows, the one who ended up with his head on a pike (nadt).
Yeah, yeah, yeah.. I figured somebody was going to point out Delenn's reforming of the Gray Council after Naroon sacrificed himself because, though born warrior caste, his heart was religious.

Stephen Miller does appear to be Mr. Mordon. I wonder if his first conversation with Trump started with, "what do you want."
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Hey, did you all know the USA went bankrupt? Pop Tart is a fountain of ________________.
Anna von Reitz
About Military Law Citations and the Census

They regularly hide the cheese and write different orders on different years so be sure to use the year cited—- same thing with Army Regs and even Title 50 Citations. One year will be written for land warfare and the General Population and the next year written for international purposes and so on. For example, 50 USC 7 (c) and (e) which is our exemption only shows up in the 2012 version of the code.

All these regulations work like a ratchet screw driver. We get “grandfathered in” and then they move on and deal with the actual military issues in subsequent years. That is why when dealing with military law and regs you must memorize the important parts that pertain to you including the year issued.

50 USC 7 (c) and (e) of 2012
AR 27 1-161-1 Army Pamphlet 1956 and as updated, “The Law of Peace”.
You will note that the Pentagon is now on Lockdown. The Pentagon is funded and directed by the Pope’s Municipal United States Government, which is now being liquidated as part of the bankruptcy of the UNITED STATES, INC. This 90 day shut down is required to settle the bankruptcy. They had planned to have both major “government” corporations in bankruptcy at the same time, but that didn’t work out for the banks. As a result, Nationalist Army forces are in control.

Everyone sit tight and quiet. Be good to each other, help your neighbors if you can, and have a little faith. Our Army is still our Army, not part of the UN and not an Agency. When you see the Guys in Green think: Land Forces — and remember who was left in charge under the Lieber Code (Geneva Conventions) — the Grand Army of the Republic, which we ordered out of the mothballs five years ago.

You are seeing the Grand Army of the Republic in the field for the first time in 150 years. If that doesn’t make your spine tingle, nothing will.


The likelihood of seeing UN Troops on American soil under the current scenario is nil, so the black and white multi-national symbols won't be necessary.

Please bear in mind that the actual government of this country is not under any declaration of "National Emergency". Mr. Trump was speaking as President of "the" United States of America and availing himself of funding and various empowerments as Commander-in-Chief but that does not pertain to our civilian population.

Likewise, although military personnel operating as "U.S. Citizens" may be required to do various things as a result of their contractual agreements including "lock downs" and drills and curfews and vaccinations and involuntary quarantines, the people of this country are not under those obligations.

Compliance or non-compliance with any or all parts of Mr. Trump's edicts for the military are voluntary and individual, on a case by case and issue by issue basis. We strongly feel that his advisement to stay calm and stay home to the extent possible should be heeded. We are at peace and our Army is protecting us, so all is as it should be.

Your basic movements should not be impeded. Grocery stores, drug stores, and other necessary vendors will stay open. The mail service will continue. The availability of gas and oil and propane should be good throughout the States. Electrical service should not be restricted and in many areas will probably not be subject to shut offs due to non-payment. Other measures such as a moratorium on home mortgages and other issues are being considered.

We have the technology to deliver a knock-out punch to SARS viruses including the CV and it can be delivered worldwide, so be assured that that will be deployed as expeditiously as possible--- not as a vaccine.

Our team in Alaska is doing a delivery service so that elderly members of the community get their groceries and medications delivered to their doors. Having one person do the shopping for four or five others helps limit the exposure for everyone. Likewise, forming baby-sitting pools so that the Shoppers can do their work without dragging their kids along to the grocery store helps everyone.

We are getting lots of questions about the census, which, as usual, is obscenely invasive and designed for profit via data mining. Americans are required to give their name and the number of people in their household. Nothing more or less.

If you feel like answering other basic questions, such as your age or occupation, that is up to you.

Congress has the responsibility to enumerate the population every ten years, but that is an extremely limited mandate and does not mean that they can ask what brand of toothpaste you use.

Remember that you are not any variety of "US" citizen, and are a "non-resident" and "alien" with respect to the Federal Government, unless you are an actual Federal Employee or Dependent thereof.
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Pretend judge Anna has been a real fount of wisdom these last couple weeks, with all sorts of tinctures that will cure the (not even as dangerous as the flu) coronavirus. Here, she weighs in on how people can repel all those nasty bill collectors that are liable to start circling with people out of work and struggling financially.

The fact that she doesn't explicitly charge for this misinformation doesn't make it any less repugnant.

http://www.paulstramer.net/2020/03/cred ... spute.html
Credit Collection Notice of Dispute

This is what to send and who to send it to whenever any "Debt Collection" or "Billing Statement" addressed to a PERSON (notice all caps) is received.

Here is the example PDF: http://annavonreitz.com/creditcollectionletter.pdf
Click through to the PDF and it's full of all sorts of crunchy nonsense involving demanding all sorts of "proof" that the bank is entitled to ask for their money back, and claiming that they magically can't collect mortgage payments unless they provide all this worthless information within 10 days. Relatively few organizations today are set up to reply to letters that are probably routed for human handling these days, so I'm sure anyone foolish enough to send one of these would be momentarily cheered by the lack of a "timely" reply. Cheered until the inevitable other shoe drops, of course.

Remember that "secret treasury account" nonsense from 2017 that Heather Ann Tucci-Jarraf was in the middle of? The one where people started writing e-checks on Federal Reserve routing numbers plus their social security number? They didn't understand that the accounts were being provisionally credited, but the transactions were reversed when the creditor didn't receive final payment -- they thought it was the real deal, and were heartbroken when it was reversed a couple of days later. In many cases, when creditors determined this to be not a bounced check but an attempt at a fraudulent payment, many institutions called car loans and mortgages immediately. No return to the status quo ante by paying a bounced check charge -- they actively dug themselves in deeper.

Eventually, when they got a lot of bizarre demands from customers, banks and other creditors figured out what was happening and quickly knocked together a standardized form letter reply that basically said "Your customer agreement sets forth all our obligations to you as well as your obligations to us, and none of this crap is covered by that agreement. So we're going to keep right on trying to collect our money."

With the increasing sophistication of AI-based text analysis programs to route inbound correspondence, it's becoming easier than ever to identify SovCit arglebargle and to thus send out form letters to the most deranged correspondents with even less human intervention than before. Soon, all this nonsense will be discarded without even the most perfunctory of human intervention. So to whatever extent this stuff used to work (none at all, really), it will work even less going forward.

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Thx JohnP!

I don't think an AI (artificial intelligence) correspondence-handling program needs a multilayer convolutional neutral network to combat the AI (abnormal idiocy) of a sovcit disputant and issue the PUNOWCFYA (pay up now or we're coming for your ass) response. As soon as it spots
Notice to Principals is Notice to Agents; Notice to Agents is Notice to Principals.
it should be game over. That's all the logic it needs.

The nastiness of the Strudeloid worldview s exemplified in the instruction for addressing the crap:
[Date and Addresses of the top CEO/CFO of the bank or other corporation harassing you and the closest Vicar General. Go straight to the top, carbon copy local yokels if you wish.
Do you know who your closest Vicar General might be? I guess she is referring to the church office (we know von Strudel's fixation with the Papacy and the British monarchy) but perhaps I have missed a subplot where public employees are imagined to have some sort of religious position? Sounds incredible — but in the Annaverse, any incoherent nonsense is not only possible, it is obligatory.

Of course, for sovcits it is considered "harassment" for an organization to desire repayment of debts arising from a loan freely taken out and signed for by the customer. Personal responsibility is not a virtue they cherish.

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In the real world, a Vicar General is an officer(prelate)under the local catholic Archbishop and who acts at his behest and in his stead upon occasion. It doesn't mean what she seems to think it means.
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Sam the Centipede wrote:
Sat Mar 21, 2020 3:57 am
I don't think an AI (artificial intelligence) correspondence-handling program needs a multilayer convolutional neutral network to combat the AI (abnormal idiocy) of a sovcit disputant and issue the PUNOWCFYA (pay up now or we're coming for your ass) response. As soon as it spots
Notice to Principals is Notice to Agents; Notice to Agents is Notice to Principals.
it should be game over. That's all the logic it needs.
As you know, SovCits are not the world's best spellers (an arch euphemism for "they're a bunch of drooling illiterates"). I've seen quite a few different permutations of spelling in your example sentence, despite the fact that most people copy-pasta it from other people on the internet. So you'd definitely need to have some fuzzy logic to correct for the illiteracy factor alone.

It's a maxim among people who build high-reliability transaction processing systems that as systems get more reliable, the number of errors drops exponentially, but the cost to fix one of the remaining errors goes up exponentially. In other words, because you've automated all the easy problems, the only problems left are by definition much harder to fix. When I started in the money management business in the 1990s, settling trades was an intensely manual process, because probably 10% of trades came back with status "DK" ("Don't Know"), meaning that the counter party had no record of the trade. With a phone call or two, the problem would usually be resolved pretty straightforwardly, and it was just assumed that the system was screwed up and this was just what you had to do. The problem was that there were many thousands of people involved in repetitive aspects of trade clearing, which was an immense cost.

While I'm not anywhere near trade clearing these days, it's probably 99.9999% automated without problems. But chasing down the 1-in-a-million trade that goes wrong today is a much bigger problem because you need to understand why the settlement failed, and you need to validate that it wasn't a bug in the system. After all, if it's a system bug that calls into question the validity of settlement for the other 999,999 trades, and you have a big problem when you have a highly automated system that you can't trust. That's an immense problem but it's worth solving because it takes us from $1.30 per share in brokerage commissions 50 years ago (around $6.50 adjusted for inflation today), to approximately zero today. That greatly increases the amount of money that stays in the investor's pocket -- you had to pay that immense commission both when you bought and when you sold.

The point is that as you cut the number of exceptions, you have to continue to invest in automating the handling of those exceptions. And as SovCit arglebargle metastasizes when all those grumpy old grifters put their own stamp on the drivel, it's going to take ever more cleverness to parse all the nonsense. You have to do a good job because it's at least as important to avoid a false positive as it is to correctly ignore nonsense. You definitely don't want to dismiss as a crank a legit customer who who's mad and who thinks trying to "write like a lawyer" will win his case, especially in a regulated industry such as banking, insurance or brokerage.

The overall trend is for these systems to become more responsive to customers in a native format. Instead of making customers fill out a five-page complaint form with lots of irrelevant boxes and not enough room for narrative text, the trend is to make the interaction as close to natural language as possible, whether the issue is submitted in speech-to-text from a mobile device or whether it's submitted by e-mail.

A good example of this is how Target's returns process works. At Christmas, my job is to cook homemade lasagna for Christmas dinner (I have zero Italian blood in me but for pretty random reasons, this became a holiday tradition a few years ago). Target was the only source of 3" Pyrex baking dishes at a reasonable price (that's 7.5 cm, for Suranis and for those of you in the quaint, rural "Canada" region of upstate New York, located somewhere north of Buffalo) -- most dishes are only 2" (5 cm) and the lasagna bubbles over and makes a mess of the oven. I ordered four and they were poorly packed, so two were shattered. I got on the app, and the flow through the return process was extraordinarily well designed. I was able to get replacements sent in less than 60 seconds from logging on to order confirmation, including a nicely worded (but automated) apology and the instruction to just recycle the broken glass; no need to send it back or to send photos of the wreckage. The flow of the process led me to believe that they have different return processes for each different merchandise sub-category, so they asked questions appropriate to broken glassware and not to someone trying to return pants that didn't fit. Net result of this incredibly natural exception process is a very happy customer.

I do understand that your comment was tongue-in-cheek, by the way, but I wanted to give some perspective on where these systems are going and why.

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Well GiovanniP, with the amount of discussion of mind-boggling stupidity in these threads, it's a refreshing novelty to have an intelligent exposition on abstruse topics such as the economics of financial automation and the necessity of specificity in customer-facing exception-handling systems.

But don't be surprised if several readers start asking for your lasagna recipe!

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But don't be surprised if several readers start asking for your lasagna recipe!
When the coronavirus panic first hit, I went into my local Whole Foods, and the found the entire pasta aisle bare-- except for lasagna. I think a lot of people could use that recipe.
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Sam the Centipede wrote:
Sat Mar 21, 2020 1:29 pm
But don't be surprised if several readers start asking for your lasagna recipe!
At the risk of having His Most Benevolent Fogginess come crashing down on us for a threadjack, here you go: https://www.allrecipes.com/recipe/23600 ... t-lasagna/

I first did this when asked to bring "my best dish" to a potluck. I didn't have a best dish, so I went to AllRecipes and searched by rating, and this was the top. It is an immense amount of work but none of the individual steps are really complicated. Because it's so much work, I try to get some economies of scale by making multiple trays -- I do 6 trays of lasagna and extra sauce on top of it (I filled a 24 quart stockpot to the brim with sauce last year). We have one tray for Christmas and cut up the rest, freeze it in Ziplocs and eat off it for lunches at work for months. We freeze the 6 quarts of extra sauce and use that for other types of pasta during the year.

Additional caveat: the ingredients are expensive: about $30 a tray.

I took this for Christmas Eve dinner to a friend's house about three years ago. I was the only person there who was not 100% pure-blooded Italian ancestry. They all said it was the best lasagna they ever had. So if real card-carrying Italians say that, you know it's the real deal!

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JohnPCapitalist wrote:
Sat Mar 21, 2020 12:10 pm
Sam the Centipede wrote:
Sat Mar 21, 2020 3:57 am
I don't think an AI (artificial intelligence) correspondence-handling program needs a multilayer convolutional neutral network to combat the AI (abnormal idiocy) of a sovcit disputant and issue the PUNOWCFYA (pay up now or we're coming for your ass) response. As soon as it spots
Notice to Principals is Notice to Agents; Notice to Agents is Notice to Principals.
it should be game over. That's all the logic it needs.
As you know, SovCits are not the world's best spellers (an arch euphemism for "they're a bunch of drooling illiterates"). I've seen quite a few different permutations of spelling in your example sentence, despite the fact that most people copy-pasta it from other people on the internet. So you'd definitely need to have some fuzzy logic to correct for the illiteracy factor alone.

It's a maxim among people who build high-reliability transaction processing systems that as systems get more reliable, the number of errors drops exponentially, but the cost to fix one of the remaining errors goes up exponentially. In other words, because you've automated all the easy problems, the only problems left are by definition much harder to fix. When I started in the money management business in the 1990s, settling trades was an intensely manual process, because probably 10% of trades came back with status "DK" ("Don't Know"), meaning that the counter party had no record of the trade. With a phone call or two, the problem would usually be resolved pretty straightforwardly, and it was just assumed that the system was screwed up and this was just what you had to do. The problem was that there were many thousands of people involved in repetitive aspects of trade clearing, which was an immense cost.

While I'm not anywhere near trade clearing these days, it's probably 99.9999% automated without problems. But chasing down the 1-in-a-million trade that goes wrong today is a much bigger problem because you need to understand why the settlement failed, and you need to validate that it wasn't a bug in the system. After all, if it's a system bug that calls into question the validity of settlement for the other 999,999 trades, and you have a big problem when you have a highly automated system that you can't trust. That's an immense problem but it's worth solving because it takes us from $1.30 per share in brokerage commissions 50 years ago (around $6.50 adjusted for inflation today), to approximately zero today. That greatly increases the amount of money that stays in the investor's pocket -- you had to pay that immense commission both when you bought and when you sold.

The point is that as you cut the number of exceptions, you have to continue to invest in automating the handling of those exceptions. And as SovCit arglebargle metastasizes when all those grumpy old grifters put their own stamp on the drivel, it's going to take ever more cleverness to parse all the nonsense. You have to do a good job because it's at least as important to avoid a false positive as it is to correctly ignore nonsense. You definitely don't want to dismiss as a crank a legit customer who who's mad and who thinks trying to "write like a lawyer" will win his case, especially in a regulated industry such as banking, insurance or brokerage.

The overall trend is for these systems to become more responsive to customers in a native format. Instead of making customers fill out a five-page complaint form with lots of irrelevant boxes and not enough room for narrative text, the trend is to make the interaction as close to natural language as possible, whether the issue is submitted in speech-to-text from a mobile device or whether it's submitted by e-mail.

A good example of this is how Target's returns process works. At Christmas, my job is to cook homemade lasagna for Christmas dinner (I have zero Italian blood in me but for pretty random reasons, this became a holiday tradition a few years ago). Target was the only source of 3" Pyrex baking dishes at a reasonable price (that's 7.5 cm, for Suranis and for those of you in the quaint, rural "Canada" region of upstate New York, located somewhere north of Buffalo) -- most dishes are only 2" (5 cm) and the lasagna bubbles over and makes a mess of the oven. I ordered four and they were poorly packed, so two were shattered. I got on the app, and the flow through the return process was extraordinarily well designed. I was able to get replacements sent in less than 60 seconds from logging on to order confirmation, including a nicely worded (but automated) apology and the instruction to just recycle the broken glass; no need to send it back or to send photos of the wreckage. The flow of the process led me to believe that they have different return processes for each different merchandise sub-category, so they asked questions appropriate to broken glassware and not to someone trying to return pants that didn't fit. Net result of this incredibly natural exception process is a very happy customer.

I do understand that your comment was tongue-in-cheek, by the way, but I wanted to give some perspective on where these systems are going and why.
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Pretend Judge Anna weighs in on the novel coronavirus (of course). Pope etc. - lot more on her page.
Anna von Reitz
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Grandma Gives It to You Straight:

There are DOZENS of strains of Common Cold Virus and always have been. This is all just a ridiculous smokescreen to hide the Municipal Bankruptcy and Territorial attempts to "buy" back the Municipal Corporations (which belong to us) using our credit and assets to do it.

Imagine this --- a pickpocket steals all the cash out of your left pocket, and then, he uses this stolen cash to buy the jewel in your right pocket.

Have you got the schtick now? It's a shell game.

The Municipal Government is owned and operated by the Pope directly (theft of the cash in your left pocket). The Territorial Government is also owned by the Pope, but it's operated "for" him by the British Queen --- who is busy trying to use your own assets and credit to buy your Municipal holdings (offer to buy the jewel in your right pocket).

You are funding the whole shooting match, and they are trying to foist this off on you by doing what?

Offering you "relief" payments --- also known as "benefits" ---- which they are free to define and misconstrue however they like, if you accept without doing some re-defining of your own.

Left to themselves, the rats who are "giving" you a whole $300 billion out of the $6.2 trillion they are attempting to charge against your assets and credit ---- would happily claim that you "voluntarily" agreed to settle your claims against the Municipal UNITED STATES, INC., and that you accepted a token "equitable consideration" and donated the rest to them.

So, we have acted in our official capacity and issued a Second Decree Over Mandate which you should take time to read --- and officially "accepted" these "relief payments" as "gifts" from the Pope and Queen ----- and back-charged their accounts for it, not ours.

The "Unknown Country" has nothing to do with Kim or Tank or this country or the price of beans in China. The "Unknown Country" is also known as the "Divine Province" --- the realm beyond death. They set that trust up and renamed it to benefit themselves. They acted as "self-interested donors". A trust can be set up so that the Donors are also the Beneficiaries, and that is what they did.

"Store up your riches in Heaven where thieves do not break in and moths do not decay......"

But Benedict XVI also ordered them to open the Storehouses of the Lord ---- other trusts and accounts that are supposed to provide food and support for people in the End Times. Part of that included the Romanus Pontifex --- the City of Rome Trust, also known as the Urban Trust and the UBS Trust that Jamie Dimon stole and railroaded.

Kim doesn't know jack shit about any of this. Marduk hated mankind and never intended for her to know or be able to do diddly. And just look at the situation. Do you see any actual assets being deployed, or just more BS?

Let me answer --- more BS.

More "Money of Account" that is being charged to you and used to benefit the bankers and middlemen.

Goddamn stupid, crooked military officers can't figure this out to save themselves or don't have the "honor" to do anything about it.
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Let me answer --- more BS.
That is Judge Anna's mission statement.
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Anna has discovered something and has an emergency PSA. Normal stuff. :sarcasm:
Anna von Reitz
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Emergency Public Service Announcement

You may be -- literally -- seeing some very strange things over the next few days. Do not be unduly afraid. Withdraw into your homes as much as possible. Use it as quiet time with your families.

We have discovered a plot to replace mankind with silicon-based life forms.

The Council on Foreign Relations has pretended to represent this planet and has cut a deal to allow this in violation of Universal Law.

The communications system enabling this plot has utilized more than 200 HAARP antenna arrays. This system of radio antennas also includes mobile arrays known as CIPPA units installed on Navy ships worldwide and communicates directly with self-constructing crystalline nanobot structures that have been deliberately seeded into the stomachs and digestive systems of people and animals worldwide.

The materials for the nanobot crystals are imported via breathing in the chem-trail pollution. The chem-trails contain incendiary metals and metallic oxides that are rejected by our lungs and when we cough or sneeze, are jettisoned into our nasal passages, swallowed, and wind up in the highly acidic environment of our stomachs.

Similar to crystal growing experiments that you may have done at home or in school as children, the materials rapidly grow in the acidic environment of the stomach and assume a pre-determined size and shape, still at nanoscale sizes.

Tiny fibrous appendages soon appear at every corner of the crystal, allowing motility, and also, tiny structures that function as radio antennae that are much simpler than the antennae formed by your DNA and RNA, but which are capable of interacting with your DNA and RNA and also able to transmit information back to the HAARP and CIPPA array.

These "bugs" are being used to hijack your biology and collect vast amounts of information about you. Ultimately, they would be instructed to kill you and other carbon-based lifeforms. These nanobots and similar nano-scale technologies are being deployed via the HINI and Corona and other SARS Viruses: Specific Absorption Range Spectrum (SARS) Viruses.

The leadership of the Council on Foreign Relations has been promised unimaginable wealth and eternal life in exchange for this betrayal of humanity and horrific misuse and abuse of our property and personnel.

This has prompted us to issue an Emergency Shut Down effective worldwide of all HAARP and CIPPA antenna arrays.

It has also prompted the government of The United States of America to issue an Emergency Arrest Order to detain and confine the leadership of the Council on Foreign Relations.

Individuals may interrupt and prevent the operations of these internal "bugs" by changing the pH of their stomach acid, which prevents the crystals from forming and helps dissolve them back into solution and overall inhibits their performance. Two Tablespoons of apple cider vinegar, lemon juice, or any other natural but very acidic juice or vinegar can be used to accomplish this, with varying efficacy.

Individuals may also use very small amounts of borax, sodium tetraborate, a naturally occurring mineral most commonly available as a laundry detergent additive, to block chemical formation and incapacitate the antenna functions and attachment capabilities of these "bugs", at a rate of one quarter teaspoon or less per hundred pounds of bodyweight. This can be ingested in water, daily. The mineral is overall healthy for you, but only in very small quantities.

Efforts are underway to eradicate SARS viruses on a planetary scale to prevent their use and abuse to promote any similar schemes in the future.

All corporate personnel, CEO's and Administrative Officers, are hereby given Public Notice of Liability and Ownership Interest.

Elon Musk, this means you. Bill Gates, this means you. Dr. Fauci, this means you. Henry Kissinger, this means you. Larry Fink, this means you. FED Board of Governors, this means you. IMF and Interpol Personnel, this means you.

Any corporation or corporate officer found to have aided, abetted, or willingly participated in this scheme will be subject to immediate arrest and prosecution for crimes against humanity, murder, catastrophic environmental pollution, violation of Universal Law, and genocide.

All corporation charters, assets, and interests held by individuals found guilty of such aiding and abetting will be subject to immediate seizure and liquidation. There will be no bankruptcy protection and no corporate veil.

Both personal and private assets will be subject to immediate and permanent liquidation.

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The voices in her head are working overtime.

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Ohh, shut the fuck up already.

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So, umm, someone put breast implants in our stomachs, and we need to eat Tide Pods to stop it?

When this is over I want a Full Report on any drugs she's taking. I may want to visit her planet someday.
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:fingerwag: tsk tsk Gregg: you might have a preference for firm breasts, but I think you'd find silicon implants a little extreme! :o

Sometimes a little e matters a lot.

I liked von Strudel's threats:
Any corporation or corporate officer found to have aided, abetted, or willingly participated in this scheme will be subject to immediate arrest and prosecution for crimes against humanity, murder, catastrophic environmental pollution, violation of Universal Law, and genocide.

All corporation charters, assets, and interests held by individuals found guilty of such aiding and abetting will be subject to immediate seizure and liquidation. There will be no bankruptcy protection and no corporate veil.
We mock Kraptain Karl's imaginary AMFF (as we should, it's our duty) but Ruler of the Galaxy Anna von Strudel apparently has an entire interplanetary law enforcement system under her command.

Anna is the east and west poles of a crank magnet: she weaves together a range of crazy into a tangle of idiocy and pours stupid sauce over it. I'm disappointed that she hasn't introduced morgellons as evidence of these fibrous nanobots.

That said, Anna's own existence is confirmation of her conjecture: her own brain is clearly silica-based! :-D

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I, for one, welcome our new silicone-based masters. Can't be worse than what we have today.
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Foggy wrote:
Wed Apr 08, 2020 7:25 am
I, for one, welcome our new silicone-based masters. Can't be worse than what we have today.
You would say that you "ugly bag of mostly water." She really needs to lay off science fiction television.

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Northland10 wrote:
Wed Apr 08, 2020 9:09 am
Foggy wrote:
Wed Apr 08, 2020 7:25 am
I, for one, welcome our new silicone-based masters. Can't be worse than what we have today.
You would say that you "ugly bag of mostly water." She really needs to lay off science fiction television.

https://memory-alpha.fandom.com/wiki/Ho ... _(episode)
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I'm imagining the propaganda videos from Starship Troopers, except about silicon instead of bugs.
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