Geopolitics

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    This thread is remarkable. It’s put out by a supporter of an independent contract mercenary called “BDAnon,” who I’ve been following now since the summer and he has proven prescient on most predictions. He’s not with Q and his track record is much better than Q, I think: Thread by Paul Furber on PROMETHEUS Plus: […]
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    What is now happening in the US mirrors the 1917 Bolshevik Revolution. Will it be followed by a Red Terror?  The social contract guarantees personal freedom, democracy, and justice in exchange for the obligations of citizenship. “No taxation without representation” was the battle cry of the American Revolution. This contract has been severed by two world-changing […]
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    Jabbercovid from the Jabberplex In celebration of the jabber strategy ensuring a jab-for-all as a global panacea Institutional initiativesJabbercovid versus Jabberwocky?Sonification as a mnemonic aid to global sensemaking In quest of metabolic pathways of global governance?
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    The decreasing capacity to govern complex social processes results in negative trends that breach system thresholds in all main social domains with extreme economic stratification of society. Independent studies steadily report that a strong majority of the world’s population, between 60% and 80%, already feels excluded and no longer represented by their governments. Socially complex […]
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    The Digital ‘Iron Curtain’ Descends  What is a ‘digital Iron Curtain’? It is when Big Digital, as Professor Michael Rectenwald terms these western Tech Goliaths, become ‘governmentalities’ And what is that desired ‘mentality’? It is to embrace the transfiguration of American and European identity and way-of-life. In short, the ‘Iron Curtain’ descends when supposedly private […]
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    Sir, The national security field as we define it does not include policy intelligence such as you seem to feel is needed for the twelve core policies that you identify — including local law enforcement — that are outside our “lane” called national security. I cannot change this but wonder if you have a comment. […]