Shut up. There is going to be war regardless. Shut down. This is what you get when the puppets do not stick to shutting up and working harder. Instead they still find the time to criticize the government on its planned war in Syria and Iran. On September 11th there was the general warning. Did we listen? We tried to, but we did not have the right key to unlock the message. Continue reading
1. What could we mean by intelligent information retrieval?
Intelligent information retrieval (IR) has been variously defined by different people, but a consistent theme has been one of the machine (or program) doing something for the user, or the machine (or program) taking over some functions that previously had to be performed by humans (either user or intermediary). So, for instance, for Belkin et al. 87, an intelligent IR system was one in which the functions of the human intermediary were performed by a program, interacting with the human user. Continue reading
For at least the past 15 years, the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) has been actively trying to develop new ways to decrease fraud in the federal food stamp program, which currently covers nearly 50 million Americans and adds more than 10,000 new enrollees to its ranks every single day, according to reports. But one disconcerting method the agency appears to be considering involves the potential use of radio frequency identification (RFID) chips to track and identify food stamp recipients at the national level. Continue reading
“Josie and the Pussycats” is a “girl band movie” aimed at children and young adolescents, especially young girls. At first glance, the flick seems to be one of those generic, God-awful teen movies. However, a closer look reveals how its overall tone and message are in sharp contrast to stereotypes of the genre. “Josie and the Pussycats” is indeed an acerbic critique of a morally bankrupt music industry. The most surprising thing about this 2001 movie is its frighteningly accurate predictions regarding today’s pop music and its Illuminati agenda: mind controlled artists, hypnotized masses, subliminal messages… it’s all there. This article will examine the movie’s themes and their relation to today’s music business context. Continue reading
PROFESSOR Y . ON COVERT OPERATIONS AND INTELLIGENCE
In our fully developed state-capitalist systems we have found absolute control of governmental intelligence gathering and covert operations to be vital.
Besides providing a valuable tool in our struggle with rival dynasties, such control is now an integral and necessary part of our day to day operations. Large intelligence communities are inevitable, given the system of all encompassing governments which we have imposed upon the world during our ascent to power. Our power would be short-lived indeed if the pervasive influence and power of these iron-disciplined intelligence agencies fell into the hands of mere politicians, especially those beyond our control. Continue reading
PROFESSOR X. ON PRESTIGIOUS ASSOCIATIONS AND SECRET SOCIETIES
“Every compulsion is put upon writers to become safe, polite, obedient, and sterile. In protest, I declined election to the National Institute of Arts and Letters some years ago, and now I must decline the Pulitzer Prize. ” -Upton Sinclair
“It is useless to deny, because it is impossible to conceal, that a great part of Europe – the whole of Italy and France and a great portion of Germany, to say nothing of other countries – is covered with a network of these secret societies, just as the superficies of the earth is now being covered with rail-roads.” -Benjamin Disraeli (Earl of Beaconsfield),July 14, 1856
— PROFESSOR D. ON THE ROLE OF PUBLIC EDUCATION
In order to maintain our system of power, the institution of universal public education is indispensable. The anarchy of private education in which any manner of dangerous ideas could be spread cannot be tolerated. Thus we make private education financially impossible to all but the few, mostly the elite offspring of our financial entourage, by means of burdensome taxation and regulation. The primary purpose of public education is to inculcate the idea that our crucial institutions of coercion and monopoly were created for the public good by popular national heroes to blunt the past power of the malefactors of great wealth. Crucial is to create the impression that, although the people have been exploited in Continue reading