Sunday, 16 April 2017


Is the CIA just a sub-prime spy agency for latter day geeks and wannabe spooks, essentially now defaulted to just follow and react to novel and disruptive developments/trends rather than anything else innovative and more productive able and/or enabled to deliver vital and viral future events and serial programs with prime leading intelligence which is attractive to virtually embrace and materially support?
Do Uncle Sam Operations and Allied SWIFT Supporting Systems struggle vainly and do self-destructive battle with engagement against a more Advanced Intelligence Service and Sublime IntelAIgent Servers ...... Man and Machine doing their ESPecial Anonymous Autonomous Alien Thing with ..... well, the Future Production, Current Presentation and Heavenly Programming of Virtual Realties for Practical Applications.?!
Real people are not in charge of anything remotely practical, georgesilver, and that makes their systems catastrophically vulnerable to virtual manipulations over which they have neither command and control nor knowledge of.
And all of that, and the following, is impossible to deny is true, and hard concrete facts which can easily burst the myriad bubbles of fantasy that masquerade and are touted as realities to be acknowledged and obeyed today for a better tomorrow than yesterday .....
“Imagination is the only weapon in the war against reality.”- Lewis Carroll from "Alice in Wonderland".
"The best argument against democracy is a five minute conversation with an average voter." - Winston Churchill.
And y'all have no idea what tomorrow is going to bring you, have you? Be honest and admit it to yourself, it is a absolutely fabulous mystery which y'all are relying on right dodgy media mogul enterprises and their prize sub-prime puppets to provide you information and intelligence on.
No warrior news, no warrior views ..... ?! IT aint rocket science to realise where all of the ammunition for chaos and disruption and destruction comes from, and the voices to be targeted for permanent silencing, is it?

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