Monday, December 30, 2019

The Democrats’ 5 Biggest Lies of 2019

Southern Poverty Law Center Oddly Silent On Domestic Terror Attack Against Jews by BLACK JIHADI

Authored by Paul Joseph Watson via Summit News,
The Southern Poverty Law Center has remained completely silent about the domestic terror attack against Hasidic Jews, presumably because it was carried out by a non-white person. Only whitey gets attacked for attacking. 

It is interesting that neither most middle-class Blacks buy into the homo agenda or communism - and yet they are not castigated by the media or the satanic left.  The Hasidic Jews aren't buying into the VACCINES agenda; THEY know damn well about the toxicity and the REAL PURPOSE for 73 vaccinations for a child. You stick a cocktail of 73 highly poisonous and toxic chemicals into a young 1 year old body and, if it lives, you end up with a freak of nature that results in a terrible existence for all concerned.

Grafton E. Thomas entered a a rabbi’s home and stabbed five people as they celebrated Hanukkah in an Orthodox Jewish community in New York City on Saturday night.
Only white people get reported on with freak out level hysteria. Everyone else gets a pass.

Gov. Andrew Cuomo quickly announced that the stabbings were an act of domestic terrorism “spurred by hate.”

Another attack earlier this month on a kosher grocery store in New Jersey was carried out by assailants motivated by black supremacist ideology.

Despite the SPLC constantly fanning the flames of hysteria over domestic extremism, the organization has not commented on Saturday’s attack.

“Nothing from the SPLC about last night’s domestic terrorist attack against Hasidic Jews,” remarked Mike Cernovich.

Indeed, a brief perusal of the SPLC’s Twitter account contains no mention whatsoever of the attack two days after it took place.

The day after the attack, the group tweeted about challenging Trump’s policy on asylum seekers, but there was nothing about Saturday night’s tragedy.

Meanwhile, according to numerous leftists, the attack, carried out by a black man, can be blamed on white supremacy. These people are batshit crazy and they claim Trump is the problem? Let's face it...the satanists logic simply does not exist. And these freaks are flat out crazy. And, it's white leftists hating the white guy. Make sense out of that shit, it you can.


The Southern Poverty Law Center IS a Domestic Terror Attack.

Non-Jews attacking JEWS = Potus, Governor, Mayor, and Chief of Police line up to accuse the whole world
Anyone attacking White Christian Men = Normal day in the neighborhood

Just like the ACLU is oddly silent about public schools teaching Muslims studies and using the koran in classrooms.  Also in some heavily muslim areas they broadcast the muslim call to prayer over the PA and allow the students to use their prayer mats.  

And yet the ACLU fought even a simple prayer in school or using the bible even for a door stop.  Can you imagine the fit they would through if there was a public call for a christian prayer for the students to leave class and attend?

Prayer and bibles were banned in public schools in 1963 the week after JFK was murdered. Quick congressional session by Jewish lobbyists were the cause behind the removal of YHVH from education. But, today, they teach wiccan, witchcraft, muslim, Koran, et al and no problem baby, no problem at all. Does anyone have to ask why?

Now we know why the Jewish mayor of Jersey City immediately proclaimed that the recent mass shooting at a kosher market was an 'antisemitic hate crime' even before the police had a chance to investigate it -- the mayor already knew there was an ongoing turf war between the local Blacks and the wealthier Hasidic Jews who are trying to forcefully push them out:
Jersey City Mayor Steve Fulop is calling on a school board member to resign after she called the Jewish community in the Greenville neighborhood "brutes" who have "threatened, intimidated and harassed" black homeowners.
Joan Terrell-Paige made the comments in a Facebook post responding to an online story about Jersey City fighting hate in the wake of the mass shooting last week. Two members of the city's growing Hasidic community, as well as a store employee and a Jersey City police detective were killed by an armed man and woman in what authorities are calling a hate crime.
"She should resign," Fulop said in a tweet. "That type of language has no place in our schools and no place amongst elected officials. Imagine she said this about any other community -- what would the reaction be? The same standard should apply here."
Terrell-Paige, whose term ends Dec. 31, 2020, ended her commentary by saying she was speaking "as a private citizen, not as an elected member of the Board of Education." The Facebook post has since been deleted [by Facebook.]
...In 2017, Jersey City passed a "no-knock" law, partly in response to complaints by some homeowners in the Greenville section and other areas of the city that they were being harassed by people wanting to purchase their homes.
Before you begin to pass judgment, do yourself a favor and Google: The Crown Heights Riot
Understand the tension between Blacks and Jews in NYC, among other places.
The SPLC doesn't want anyone to know how they treat blacks, and others.......
 SPLC is an Anti Christian hate group that promotes Jewish supremacy by weaponizing black on white violence.  It does a sideline in shakedowns..."Give us money or we will accuse you of being racist".   Never give a single penny to these shysters.

The ADL, SPLC and thousands of other Jewish-controlled NGOs work to undermine our country, demonize white people, relentlessly attack our rights, and leave our borders wide open. What sort of "friend" does that? To this end (((Hollywood))) make countless movies about WWII and the "holocaust" because they need to use their contrived victimhood as a cover so that they can continue getting away with their thinly-veiled Talmudic, anti-Christ agenda.
Lastly, this stabbing attack was not an act of terrorism. They only call it such because the victims were Jewish, but Christians are victimized every day and it's crickets from the MSM.

the homosexual manifesto in congressional session 1987

Their manifesto is demonic. Period. 

I live in Ojai, Ca. Gay and lesbo capitol of Ventura county. Just going to the auto parts store I saw several gay men holding hands and some 2 dozen lesbians holding hands, and kissing in public. Children especially seem to trigger these demonstrative displays of lust. The fags see young kids, they go straight to it.

And if you say a are arrested. with long prison sentences. And yet these same freaks burn bibles, stage plays in front of kids that are vulgar, and we have to keep out mouth shut.

I'd say the manifesto was predicting the future.

Monday news...that affects us all in 2020

CIA keeping the mass "white" shooter meme going.

Starting January 1st, this governor will send troops and cops door to door to seize weapons. And brags about having lists from ammo purchases, target range attendance, and social media. See, they DO SPY ON YOU.

Because attendance and reviews are that this movie is such a virtue signalling SJW stinker, the left and their MSM outlets are using fake accounts to punch up the review numbers. Almost every real star wars fan has and is, actually boycotting the movie. It's that bad. Every guy I know refuses to see this film. Not a single penny for Disney and their satanic agenda.

"Look here, I've known and befriended blacks who were intelligent and civil. That said they were rare, a drop in the proverbial bucket, compared to the general population. During a televised sports game last night it seemed like EVERY FUCKING COMMERCIAL HAD A SUAVE BLACK GUY WITH A WHITE WOMAN. Of course every white guy was either a spineless consumer cuck, an idiot, or a criminal. This horse has been beaten to death but I don't care I'm beating it some more. How many young white girls have to get beaten into the hospital or into the grave because they fell for this false reality? All you have to do is watch a cop ride-along show on the justice networks and watch the news to see how reversed this reality actually is."

"All advertising in every corporate store, shows all families to be mixed families of multiple races. Usually, black father, blond white mother. White Father and black or Asian mother, etc. It's okay and fine, but that is not reality for 99% of the population. This proves the mind control agenda, mainly affecting young children as they start to form their life opinions."

Saturday, December 28, 2019

alert 5G dangers

Melvin Weisberg - 17,000 Aborted Fetuses Stored In Shipping Container

Alex Marlow: 'Fake Indian' Elizabeth Warren's Ancestors Actually Fought ...

You can commit murders in sanctuary cities, no problem

Tow truck guy shows up, says he tows a LOT of Teslas. “I hate this car”

It seems as though there is a new Tesla horror story on social media every day.
Writing about and highlighting all of these would necessitate an entirely new Zero Hedge department focused solely on this one task, so we save our "horror story" posts for the ones that stand out.
Such was the case with a story that spanned four days over the holiday when Serena Dai, editor for Eater NY, celebrated her holiday season with her father - and their bricked Tesla.
the rolling turd mobile. Price? $105,000.00

Serena took to Twitter to highlight her horror story, one exasperated Tweet at a time. First, two days before Christmas, she noted that her father's Tesla had "bricked" and wouldn't open.

Serena calls to get a tow and when the driver shows up, he remarks that he tows "a lot" of Teslas and that he "hates this car".

“It could be something very very minor or it could be something major,” the driver says, according to Serena. Even with the smallest issue, the car requires a tow, she notes. She also says her parents have had the car for less than a year.

...but like any good Tesla cult member, she says her father defended the car needing repairs so soon. For the 4th time since he bought it. Total repair costs so far, $20,000.00 parts and labor.

And so the car was promptly returned to them and the story ends, right? Wrong - of course.
Serena took back to Twitter 3 days later to share an update to the story: Tesla had "lost the car", saying it "cannot be found at the service center" where it supposedly had been taken to. Oh, and don't expect the company to supply a loaner car in the interim, either, she said.

From there, Serena tries to get customer service the only way people seem to be able to - by pleading with Elon Musk on Twitter. "

What's the deal?" she asked Musk on Twitter. "Treating your biggest fans (AKA my dad) like this doesn't seem like the best business practice," she continues.
Finally, later in the day on the 26th, she remarked that the "car is back".

"They took hours to find it because without the key, they couldn't find it even though it was in the parking lot," Dai concluded. The issue that left Dai's father without a car for 4 days turned out to be a "loose cable". Repair cost? $7,800.00
Just another day flying toward Elon Musk's future at 5 miles an hour...

source zerohedge

Thursday, December 26, 2019

Building 6 is the smoking gun

fetus organ harvesting, doctor says he is happy to go to hell for slaughtering the goy. Dang...

Canada to legalize anal sex for kids in 2020. So the pedos can rape children and not go to jail.

Canada's Government-Owned CuntBroadcastingCorp Deletes Trump Scene From Home Alone 2 Broadcast

Authored by Paul Joseph Watson via Summit News,
Canadian state-funded broadcaster CBC deleted the scene featuring Donald Trump from their Christmas broadcast of Home Alone 2. Orange Man Bad. Kill whitey. Lesbian good. Suck dick good. God bad.

The scene from the 1992 movie features Trump telling Macaulay Culkin’s character how to find the lobby in the Trump Hotel.

The reason behind the deletion of the scene is not known, with many on Twitter claiming it was a political decision.
“CBC TV in Canada has cut Donald Trump’s Home Alone 2 cameo out of their broadcast,” tweeted Ryan Fournier. “They’re so triggered by him that they had to edit him out of the film. Absolutely pathetic.”
However, the broadcaster asserted that it was edited out due to time constraints.
“As is often the case with features adapted for television, Home Alone 2 was edited to cut his ass out. United lesbians of Canada hate the white fucker,” CBC told
The fact that the scene is only 24 seconds long means many are treating this explanation with a hefty dose of skepticism.

"CBC is a propaganda den of pedophiles and parasites. These creatures at CBC in Canaduhhh are the worst of human scum...just like Trudeau voters. On their twitter feed, they once touted how their entire 2nd floor was fully staffed by lesbians. In their lobby, is a rainbow flag that is enormous. And if you are a guy who works there, you HAVE to be a fag." -Tim "Sheila" Mersey

I'm surprised they didn't replace it with a pedophile scene touting Mademoiselle Trudeau's new and improved Candian Anal Sex for Teens alleged so called Law approval. Freaky cock smoker boy is making anal rape of kids legal in 2020. Here he is, saying it.

Colleges Track Hundreds Of Thousands Of Students Using Their Phones

"Graduates will be well prepared … to embrace 24/7 government tracking and social credit systems."
An app created to track the attendance of 'less academically inclined' college athletes is under fire, after over 40 schools have begun using the technology to monitor students campus-wide, according to the Washington Post.
Syracuse professor Jeff Rubin says his lectures have never been so full
Developed by former college basketball coach Rick Carter (who is currently under a restraining order by DePaul University for allegedly threatening the athletic director and head basketball coach), the Chicago-based SpotterEDU app uses Bluetooth beacons to ping a student's smartphone once they enter a lecture hall. About the size of a deck of cards, they are installed in covert locations on walls and ceilings.
School officials give SpotterEDU the students’ full schedules, and the system can email a professor or adviser automatically if a student skips class or walks in more than two minutes late. The app records a full timeline of the students’ presence so advisers can see whether they left early or stepped out for a break. -Washington Post
Syracuse University IT instructor Jeff Rubin uses the app to encourage his students to attend lectures - awarding "attendance points" to those who show up. Rubin is also notified when students skip classes. 

It's not a bad cover story. But it is bullshit. He fails to mention that using the app, you give permission for the microphone and camera to be used against you. 

"They want those points," said Rubin. "They know I’m watching and acting on it. So, behaviorally, they change."

According to Rubin, his 340-student lecture has never been so full at around 90% attendance.

Double Secret Dystopia
Understandably, not everyone is thrilled with the intrusive new technology, which many argue breaches students' privacy rights on a massive scale.

"We’re adults. Do we really need to be tracked?" said sophomore Robby Pfeifer, a student at Commonwealth University in Richmond, which recently began using the campus' WiFi network to track students. "Why is this necessary? How does this benefit us? … And is it just going to keep progressing until we’re micromanaged every second of the day?"

School and company officials, on the other hand, argue that monitoring students is a powerful motivator and will encourage students to adopt habits geared towards success.
"If they know more about where students are going, they argue, they can intervene before problems arise," according to the Post.

That said, some schools have taken things further - assigning "risk scores" to students based on factors such as whether they are going to the library enough.
The dream of some administrators is a university where every student is a model student, adhering to disciplined patterns of behavior that are intimately quantified, surveilled and analyzed.
But some educators say this move toward heightened educational vigilance threatens to undermine students’ independence and prevents them from pursuing interests beyond the classroom because they feel they might be watched.
These administrators have made a justification for surveilling a student population because it serves their interests, in terms of the scholarships that come out of their budget, the reputation of their programs, the statistics for the school,” said Kyle M. L. Jones, an Indiana University assistant professor who researches student privacy.
What’s to say that the institution doesn’t change their eye of surveillance and start focusing on minority populations, or anyone else?” he added. Students “should have all the rights, responsibilities and privileges that an adult has. So why do we treat them so differently?” -Washington Post
"It embodies a very cynical view of education — that it’s something we need to enforce on students, almost against their will," said UCSD digital scholarship librarian Erin Rose Glass. "We’re reinforcing this sense of powerlessness … when we could be asking harder questions, like: Why are we creating institutions where students don’t want to show up?"

Hilariously, creators of the dystopian surveillance app have tried to make things 'more fun,' by 'gamifying students' schedules with colorful Bitmoji or digital multiday streaks.'
When asked why an official would want to segregate out data on students of color, Carter said many colleges already do so, looking for patterns in academic retention and performance, adding that it “can provide important data for retention. Even the first few months of recorded data on class attendance and performance can help predict how likely a group of students is to” stay enrolled.
Students’ attendance and tardiness are scored into a point system that some professors use for grading, Carter said, and schools can use the data to “take action” against truant students, such as grabbing back scholarship funds. -Washington Post
Meanwhile, another app from Austin-based start-up Degree Analytics uses WiFi check-ins to track around 1,200,000 students across 89 state universities, private colleges and other schools, according to the Post. 

Founded in 2017 by data scientist Aaron Benz, the company claims that every student can graduate with "a proper environment and perhaps a few nudges along the way."
According to Benz, his system can solve "a real lack of understanding about the student experience" by using campus WiFi data to measure and analyze 98% of students.
But the company also claims to see much more than just attendance. By logging the time a student spends in different parts of the campus, Benz said, his team has found a way to identify signs of personal anguish: A student avoiding the cafeteria might suffer from food insecurity or an eating disorder; a student skipping class might be grievously depressed. The data isn’t conclusive, Benz said, but it can “shine a light on where people can investigate, so students don’t slip through the cracks.”
To help find these students, he said, his team designed algorithms to look for patterns in a student’s “behavioral state” and automatically flag when their habits change. He calls it scaffolding — a temporary support used to build up a student, removed when they can stand on their own.
At a Silicon Valley summit in April, Benz outlined a recent real-life case: that of Student ID 106033, a depressed and “extremely isolated” student he called Sasha whom the system had flagged as “highly at-risk” because she only left her dorm to eat. “At every school, there are lots of Sashas,” he said. “And the bigger you are, the more Sashas that you have.” -Washington Post
Read the rest of the report here.


Coming to a work place near you. You new supervisor will be a robot that will track your every movement, and pay special attention to you video-wise if you show any signs of rebellion.
‘we could be asking harder questions, like: Why are we creating institutions where students don’t want to show up?"’And how about the most obvious question of all: Why do students need to come to your useless classes for useless degrees that won’t land them a decent job?

You can't id a person with a wifi or bluetooth ping.  The only way this tech works to track someone is if they install an app or register their device. 
How about just not installing tracking software or refusing to register?
Seems like a fairly easy way to shut this down if students really cared.
I bet no one at these schools even complains.  They probably just think it's part of the requirements of modern society.
 "To help find these students, he said, his team designed algorithms to look for patterns in a student’s “behavioral state” and automatically flag when their habits change."

This information will be provided to your state Department of Mental Health, so you can be assigned, tested, analyzed, treated, and re-programmed by their professionals.  You can check out any time you like, but you can never leave. 
This is some scary shit. Analyzing our behavior for changes? What fucking business is it of theirs? Fascism is what this is...fascism.
"Now it's illegal to speak truth"
Minute 11:30: Trump signs executive order "silencing every single debate that the young people have in these universities and is just the first step ..."
'... can't say that the Rothschilds created Israel'
'... illegal to say that the attack on the USS Liberty was a war crime, or to even blame Israel for it'
'... or that 911 was an inside job orchestrated by the Mossad and CIA'
"... it's a mess"

Minute 54:30: "Basically it's a worship of a race, it's a supremacism about the race, he made it all about the race and Trump signed it."
Minute 28:00: -Trump appointed 140 judges "with daily briefings on Talmudic law". When they speak of morality they are speaking of Noahide law, not the 10 commandments. "What is wrong with what's going on it's not putting the American people first, we are actually showing favoritism of another nation."
Minute 41:30: -"It doesn't matter if you're *** or Gentile." Not according to Talmud Jews. "They reject Jesus"
Evangelicals Unknowingly Help Promote New world Order

-In 2014 Netanyahu said the Talmud would become the basis of law for
Israel one day.
-In 1991 (same year of his NWO speech) Skull and Bones, Satanic George Bush Sr. signed the
Talmudic 7 Noahide laws into US law.
-Currently the Jewish Sanhedrin in Israel have been pushing Trump to
enforce these laws, I guess this Executive Order silencing free speech is the start.

Minute 1:00:
"Virginia’s Social Experiment"
Trump says he's against globalism; "we will never enter America into
any agreement that reduces our ability to control our own affairs."
-DeVos Signs on to Globalist U.N. Education Declaration
Know Your Enemy Part 65 - The World Core Curriculum
"First of all, he will come to a world which is essentially one world"
(who's he? Lucifer, yep)
Know Your Enemy (Part 66 - Alice A Bailey)
Know Your Enemy Part 67 - The War on Parents
So we have to 'offer up' our children to these creepy people?
Know Your Enemy Part 63 - The United Nations Background

-USMCA trade agreement already passed by congress contain aspects of TPP and the Paris Climate accord, weakening US sovereignty, handing our law making over to foreign bureaucrats and forcing us to accept thousands of 'climate refugees'?? If the senate passes this we will be subject to international law, GUESS WHAT HAPPENS TO OUR GUN RIGHTS.

-Why are the peaceful law abiding citizens of Virginia now forming militias and being threatened by the tyrannical socialist democrats (enabled and funded by globalist elites and foreign countries) if they don't give up their gun rights? CAN YOU SEE AN 'EVENT' COMING TO THIS AREA?
IT'S WHAT THEY DO. The militias may be infiltrated or will they use FF snipers like in the Ukraine?

Major concerns with Trump if he waffles on Virginia gun rights and USMCA and allows US education to be taken over by US Talmudic infiltration. if this is where we're heading forget 2020 because it's end times folks, get right with the Lord Jesus Christ.

Revelation 2:9: I know the blasphemy of them which say they are Jews, and are not, but are the Synagogue of Satan.

All you Goyim might want to find out what's in the Talmud, their hate of Jesus is unreal, saying this is not anti-Semitic, just facts. Not good for Christians (nor anyone, unless your one of them) they more than hate us.

Revelation 3:9 Look at those who belong to the synagogue of Satan ...

Fleets of drones doing grid patterns over areas of Colorado

Some big tells in the article

  • they fly just high enough that they cannot be heard. This is what they do and I've seen this countless times. With the high definition cameras they have, height is not a problem. And, they are difficult to spot, as at even 200 feet above the ground, they are nearly invisible, which makes drones ideal for surveillance work and scanning.
  • the cops "don't know a thing about it." That's a lie. They are told it's US work and to act stupid if the matter becomes exposed. Law Enforcement routinely obeys without questions govt intel services. 
  • doing grid patterns is known as "box surveillance" in spy circles. Nothing is missed, all is seen. You get it.
  • The fact that once each grid is scanned, they move to the next grid plot. These drones are PROGRAMMED for their flight patterns, as govt drones - as used by the military and the CIA/NSA can and often are, preprogrammed for their flights, way points, etc. This is a spy operation also known as reconnaissance or recce.
  • 40 mph is moving along quite fast especially for a drone. These are no hobbyist birds, because their crappy batteries would drain out quite fast. No, this is govt issue, or GI. The fact they stay up for hours at this speed confirms it.
  • Even if one came down and you were able to snag it, they have onboard GPS and the bad guys - law enforcement of some kind - would be on top of you pretty fast. GPS have their own, long term batteries separate from those powering the engines. Like a watch battery, they shout out for years.
  • Where I used to live, feds and cops and agency assets would practice in the Santa Clara riverbed, spying on homes and hovering outside of bedroom windows of residents around Sand Canyon. I even confronted one of these guys, who was pretending to be an electrical contractor. He had two drones that were like nothing any hobbyist could buy. And an ankle holster gun, which was quite obvious.
  • That the Denver Post ran a cover story essentially saying they are doing nothing wrong and therefore are not break the law shows you the CIA runs the MSM in our times.
  • These are spy birds. Flown into the evening (against the law, FAA), coverup by media and sheriffs, and a make you go to sleep article, nothing to see here. The fact this was published at all by them, is so that when others see them, they will remember the article and blather on about how "nothing to see here, move along." This is your final tell...the coverup. 
Don Bradley

Several of large, non-government drones have been flying in what the Denver Post describes as a 'nighttime search pattern' over northeast Colorado.
Master drone above other drones doing grid box patterns

With estimated wingspans of six-feet, the aircraft have been covering 25-square-mile plots of Phillips and Yuma counties every night between 7 - 10 p.m. for around a week, Phillips County Sheriff Thomas Elliott said Monday, adding that they have received nine calls about the drones since last week. 

"They’ve been doing a grid search, a grid pattern," he said "They fly one square and then they fly another square.

Nobody knows who's flying them
Several agencies, including the sheriff's office, the Army, the Air Force, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and the Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA), say they have no knowledge of the mysterious aircraft or who is operating them, however Undersheriff William Meyers suggested that "The estimated size and number of drones makes it unlikely that they’re being flown by hobbyists."

Drone pilots aren't required to submit flight plans unless planning to operate in controlled airspace, such as an airport.
UAV and Drone Solutions monitoring aircraft (via
Meyers says he watched eight of the large drones flying along the Yuma County border, while a single drone was spotted simultaneously hovering around 25 miles away over the town of Paoli. According to the report "it didn't move all night, just hovered over the town," while eight more drones flew 10 miles away over the town of Haxtun, Meyers added.
"Overhead they were probably doing 30, 40 mph," he said. "They weren’t racing or flying around with speed."

One resident who spotted a drone last week gave chase, Elliott said, driving behind it at about 50 mph, but lost the drone when he ran out of gas in Washington County.

The machines fly too high to be heard from the ground but can be seen by their strobing white lights along with red, blue and green lights, Myers said.
Myers suspects the drones might be operated by a private company, although the machines haven’t targeted any obvious landmarks or features — sometimes they fly over towns, other times over empty fields.
“They do not seem to be malicious,” Elliott said. “They don’t seem to be doing anything that would indicate criminal activity.” -Denver Post
Denver-based commercial photographer Vic Moss, a drone pilot and owner of an online drone school (Drone U), said on Monday he thinks either a company or government agency is behind the flights.

"We have a number of drone companies here in Colorado, and they’re very innovative," said Moss, adding "So maybe they’re testing something of theirs out in that area because it is very rural. But everyone that I know of, they coordinate all that stuff with local authorities to prevent this very situation. They all very much want people to understand drones and not cause this kind of hysteria."

Moss suggests that the grid pattern may indicate some type of mapping or searching operation, adding that perhaps they are flying at night in order to use infrared cameras - which are sometimes used to examine crops.

He also says that the pilots are unlikely to be breaking any laws, as "The way Colorado law is written, none of the statutes fit for harassment or trespassing."
n on board with identifying the airspace around your property as the actual premises, so we don’t have anything we could charge." 

The FAA does say that drones weighing under 55 lbs must be flown during daylight hours, within sight of the pilot, under 400 feet, and not directly over people. Pilots can apply for waivers.

It’s also not clear whether the drones over Phillips and Yuma counties would be governed by those regulations. A drone the size of the ones spotted over the counties likely would weigh more than 55 pounds, Moss said. That means the drone operator would be flying commercially and would likely need to be a “manned aviator” — an actual pilot, Moss said.
Chuck Adams, CEO of 1Up Aerial Drone Services in Golden, said that he wasn’t sure who might be flying the drones, but said his company does offer “drone defense” systems that can help people on the ground discover where drones are being flown from. -Denver Post
"It’s something we put up with radio frequency and acoustics, and you can tell where the operator is and where the drones are," said Adams. "We can’t take them out of the sky, but we can give awareness."

And according to Sheriff Elliott, people can stop calling about the drones.
"We just want to know if one lands, if we can get our hands on it, or if they see someone operating them, that’s what we’re looking for now," he said. "We know they exist."


My best guess is that since these are flying at night in a mapping pattern so they must be using IR, then they are probably scouting for underground cache's of weapons and bullion.  This part of the state is fairly heavily loaded to us militia / survival types, so I'm sure the liberal elites that plan to use CO as their escape bunker want to know what they will be dealing with from the deplorable locals.
Using IR at night you can scan a good 6 to 8 feet underground and pick up anomalies like concentrations of metals or food storage pretty easily.
 There are defensive drones which pursue and drop catch nets over unknown drones, then fly them both to a predetermined location. I'd go that route.
 There needs to be a stand your ground law for non military / non US / non-police drones.  And Mil - US - Police drones need to have specific markings / lights that make them easy to identify and enormous fines / jail time for those that make their drones look like official drones
It's my understanding that the air above your property is yours until you reach FAA space and then it's US space up into space and beyond. Correct me if I'm wrong.  That would mean that these drones are trespassing on private property
"Mil - US - Police drones need" they would need a warrant at the least to inspect your property legally. But then again, those that would operate drone care less about the law or the oath they swore.
 The FAA would know who's drone that it belongs to.  FAA requirements are, any drone over 250 grams in weight must be registered, and cannot fly above 400 feet, and the operator must not allow the drone to get beyond his line of sight.  If it is a drone that is flying higher than this, or covering large swaths of land, then you can rest assured, its a government operated drone.

If they don't know who is flying them, how do they know they are not government drones?
Because the government said so?
Sure,  you can trust them to tell you the truth  . . . !
 As an FPV and LoS pilot it's unusual that someone's flying at night but there would be no story here if those flying them left the blinking LEDs off and didn't want to be detected.  Above 200ft you won't hear an electric motor. These are spy drones.
The area is being scanned by either the military or intel. These are spy drones. The flight characteristics tell us so. And, doing sequential grid patterns means they are looking not for people, but for guns and gold.


Tuesday, December 24, 2019

Thursday, December 19, 2019

Signs of the beast in Lutheran church.

Signs of the beast in Lutheran church.
Author: Morgan Franklin

I was invited to go to a X-mas music event at a church with family and friends. Although I didn't want to go listen and sit through Christmas dogma, I wanted to go and scope out the church.

Wasn't too long until I got my first sign. Once when you walk into the building and give your tickets to the administration they stamp your hand. Now what stamp your hand with was the "Ok hand sign emoji" which is the "666 hand sign" that the satanic elite use. Out of all the 1000s of symbols that they could have had on a stamp they choose the mark of the beast. Which was stamped on your hand just like in Revalation 13:16 "And he causeth all, both small and great, rich and poor, free and bond, to receive a mark in their right hand, or in their foreheads:" (Image A)

Now for the performances. The talent was amazing for the event, since every artist that was on the stage was a member of a successful band (e.g. Alice Cooper, War, Chicago, and a few others). They were mixing the very shallow Christian music with hit songs through the decades. The only message all the music gave was that to praise that Jesus was born and nothing else. Renown Christian bible teacher Chuck Missler describes modern Christian music as 7/11 music, where they repeat 7 words 11 times, and this event was just that.

When intermission came, I decided to walk around and noticed that there wasn't any bibles anywhere in sight in the worship hall. Then I discovered in a bookcase next to where they were serving cookies and water. That it was empty except on  the top shelf that only had 5 NIV bibles on it. What was interesting was not that they were using the NIV bibles but that there was a massive lack of bibles everywhere. As if the members of the church are just getting preached too without referencing any bible.

What finally, I was led to which was confirmation from Dad (Yahua). On all of the reserve seats in the worship hall had "666 hand signs" that were upright and inverted.  Plus the whole seat was draped in Red. So the hand stamp wasn't a coincidence, this is a trend throughout the church. Now, possibly the reserved seats could have been for the covert satanists in the church administration. It's sad to see that most of the sheep don't have the "Eyes to see" and are being fooled by wolves in sheep's clothing. We left after the intermission. (Image B)

This doesn't come as a shock since back in 2016 the Lutheran Church signs a joint declaration with the Catholic Church. Claiming that they have a common past. Which comes as a mockery to their name, since Martin Luther stood against the Catholic Church to start Protestant Reformation. Keep our eyes peeled to see what other Christian denominations follow suite in 2020.

Ezekiel 34:10
"Thus saith the Lord GOD; Behold, I am against the shepherds; and I will require my flock at their hand, and cause them to cease from feeding the flock; neither shall the shepherds feed themselves any more; for I will deliver my flock from their mouth, that they may not be meat for them."
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Teenage environmental activist Greta Thunberg is the subject of a forthcoming documentary film – made by a crew that has followed her since the early days of her school strike. Still believe her rise to fame was an accident?

Carefully selected by the Illuminati to push Agenda 21/30 into high gear with guilt attacks

Thunberg, recently crowned Time magazine’s Person of the Year, can add documentary film subject to her burgeoning resumé. The film, tentatively titled ‘Greta,’ was announced by Deadline on Monday for a 2020 Hulu premiere. Director Nathan Grossman has followed the young climate prodigy to the ends of the Earth, from her school-striking on the sidewalk in front of the Swedish Parliament, to the high seas aboard the $4mn racing yacht Malizia II. Grossman’s only other IMDB credit to date is a Swedish film titled “Köttets lustar” (or “Lusts of the Meat”), which, while it sounds pornographic, purports to be the story of one man “looking over his life as a carnivore.

One might ask why, if Thunberg’s meteoric rise from her lonely sidewalk protests to hectoring the rulers of the world about her stolen future was as organic as it is presented, a documentary crew was already present to film her sitting alone on the pavement? It’s not like her parents have been trying to make her a celebrity since she was just 12 years old, only to have their exploitative TV show idea rejected by Swedish broadcaster SVT. Never mind, all thatdid happen.
Thunberg’s parents, opera singer Malena Ernman and actor Svante Thunberg, are both famous in their own right, and it’s not difficult to see how their connections might have expedited the process through which Thunberg became the ubiquitous symbol of climate change. Her rise has been meticulously choreographed, her school strike made famous on its first day by Ingmar Rentzhog of the climate change social network ‘We Don’t Have Time.’ Rentzhog, already friends with Thunberg’s parents, has already been accused of using the girl’s image to raise millions of dollars for his company – making her a household name in the process.
A year later, her larger-than-life image graces four stories of a wall in San Francisco, cafeterias in Tel Aviv (where her disapproving gaze is supposed to shame eaters away from plastic utensils), and London’s Trafalgar Square, where an ice sculpture carved in her likeness was raised in October as a teaser for what a trio of “creatives” hope will be a permanent statue of the climate crusader. A colossus bestriding the English Channel can’t be far behind.

There are already signs all is not well in Thunberg’s world, however. Even as hundreds of thousands of people took part in a school strike in Madrid to mark her appearance at the recent climate conference and the EU finally declared a climate emergency last month, solutions lag far behind the declared scale of the problem.
Thunberg herself lamented that a year of school striking has essentially accomplished nothing, emissions-wise – that the planet is no further from certain doom than it was before she began her remarkably successful campaign to shame world leaders into caring. Indeed, as more countries are pushed to declare “climate emergencies” and “do [a never specified] something” to get emissions down to zero yesterday, with no concrete solutions presented, the less likely they are to be able to produce the desired cuts.
Instead, they fall back on magical thinking – carbon offsets, cap and trade, carbon taxes, and other schemes and scams that essentially amount to bribing the climate into staying put – or, more specifically, bribing climate authorities into looking the other way while the polluting continues. Panicking never yields wise decisions, yet global authorities are taking to heart Greta Thunberg’s advice to act as if the house was on fire. If they aren’t careful, it will be.

Boeing’s 737 Max Software Outsourced to $9-an-Hour Engineers

It remains the mystery at the heart of Boeing Co.’s 737 Max crisis: how a company renowned for meticulous design made seemingly basic software mistakes leading to a pair of deadly crashes. Longtime Boeing engineers say the effort was complicated by a push to outsource work to lower-paid contractors. US software engineers earn around 50 - 150 an hour. Imported H1Bs get about 9 bucks.

You get what you pay for. Fast food workers get paid better.

The Max software -- plagued by issues that could keep the planes grounded months longer after U.S. regulators this week revealed a new flaw -- was developed at a time Boeing was laying off experienced engineers and pressing suppliers to cut costs.

Increasingly, the iconic American plane maker and its subcontractors have relied on temporary workers making as little as $9 an hour to develop and test software, often from countries lacking a deep background in aerospace -- notably India.
First Flight Of The Boeing Co. Max 737 Jet
Boeing 737 Max prepares for take off during testing in 2016.
Photographer: Mike Kane/Bloomberg
In offices across from Seattle’s Boeing Field, recent college graduates employed by the Indian software developer HCL Technologies Ltd. occupied several rows of desks, said Mark Rabin, a former Boeing software engineer who worked in a flight-test group that supported the Max.
The coders from HCL were typically designing to specifications set by Boeing. Still, “it was controversial because it was far less efficient than Boeing engineers just writing the code,” Rabin said. Frequently, he recalled, “it took many rounds going back and forth because the code was not done correctly.”
Boeing’s cultivation of Indian companies appeared to pay other dividends. In recent years, it has won several orders for Indian military and commercial aircraft, such as a $22 billion one in January 2017 to supply SpiceJet Ltd. That order included 100 737-Max 8 jets and represented Boeing’s largest order ever from an Indian airline, a coup in a country dominated by Airbus.

Based on resumes posted on social media, HCL engineers helped develop and test the Max’s flight-display software, while employees from another Indian company, Cyient Ltd., handled software for flight-test equipment.

Costly Delay

In one post, an HCL employee summarized his duties with a reference to the now-infamous model, which started flight tests in January 2016: “Provided quick workaround to resolve production issue which resulted in not delaying flight test of 737-Max (delay in each flight test will cost very big amount for Boeing).”

Boeing said the company did not rely on engineers from HCL and Cyient for the Maneuvering Characteristics Augmentation System, which has been linked to the Lion Air crash last October and the Ethiopian Airlines disaster in March. The Chicago-based planemaker also said it didn’t rely on either firm for another software issue disclosed after the crashes: a cockpit warning light that wasn’t working for most buyers.
“Boeing has many decades of experience working with supplier/partners around the world,” a company spokesman said. “Our primary focus is on always ensuring that our products and services are safe, of the highest quality and comply with all applicable regulations.”

In a statement, HCL said it “has a strong and long-standing business relationship with The Boeing Company, and we take pride in the work we do for all our customers. However, HCL does not comment on specific work we do for our customers. HCL is not associated with any ongoing issues with 737 Max.”

Recent simulator tests by the Federal Aviation Administration suggest the software issues on Boeing’s best-selling model run deeper. The company’s shares fell this week after the regulator found a further problem with a computer chip that experienced a lag in emergency response when it was overwhelmed with data.

Engineers who worked on the Max, which Boeing began developing eight years ago to match a rival Airbus SE plane, have complained of pressure from managers to limit changes that might introduce extra time or cost.

“Boeing was doing all kinds of things, everything you can imagine, to reduce cost, including moving work from Puget Sound, because we’d become very expensive here,” said Rick Ludtke, a former Boeing flight controls engineer laid off in 2017. “All that’s very understandable if you think of it from a business perspective. Slowly over time it appears that’s eroded the ability for Puget Sound designers to design.”

Rabin, the former software engineer, recalled one manager saying at an all-hands meeting that Boeing didn’t need senior engineers because its products were mature. “I was shocked that in a room full of a couple hundred mostly senior engineers we were being told that we weren’t needed,” said Rabin, who was laid off in 2015.
Boeing could take three more months to fix the latest software glitch on the 737 Max, its best-selling model.
(Source: TicToc)
The typical jetliner has millions of parts -- and millions of lines of code -- and Boeing has long turned over large portions of the work to suppliers who follow its detailed design blueprints.

Starting with the 787 Dreamliner, launched in 2004, it sought to increase profits by instead providing high-level specifications and then asking suppliers to design more parts themselves. The thinking was “they’re the experts, you see, and they will take care of all of this stuff for us,” said Frank McCormick, a former Boeing flight-controls software engineer who later worked as a consultant to regulators and manufacturers. “This was just nonsense.”

Sales are another reason to send the work overseas. In exchange for an $11 billion order in 2005 from Air India, Boeing promised to invest $1.7 billion in Indian companies. That was a boon for HCL and other software developers from India, such as Cyient, whose engineers were widely used in computer-services industries but not yet prominent in aerospace.

Rockwell Collins, which makes cockpit electronics, had been among the first aerospace companies to source significant work in India in 2000, when HCL began testing software there for the Cedar Rapids, Iowa-based company. By 2010, HCL employed more than 400 people at design, development and verification centers for Rockwell Collins in Chennai and Bangalore.

That same year, Boeing opened what it called a “center of excellence” with HCL in Chennai, saying the companies would partner “to create software critical for flight test.” In 2011, Boeing named Cyient, then known as Infotech, to a list of its “suppliers of the year” for design, stress analysis and software engineering on the 787 and the 747-8 at another center in Hyderabad.

The Boeing rival also relies in part on offshore engineers. In addition to supporting sales, the planemakers say global design teams add efficiency as they work around the clock. But outsourcing has long been a sore point for some Boeing engineers, who, in addition to fearing job losses say it has led to communications issues and mistakes.

Moscow Mistakes

Boeing has also expanded a design center in Moscow. At a meeting with a chief 787 engineer in 2008, one staffer complained about sending drawings back to a team in Russia 18 times before they understood that the smoke detectors needed to be connected to the electrical system, said Cynthia Cole, a former Boeing engineer who headed the engineers’ union from 2006 to 2010.

“Engineering started becoming a commodity,” said Vance Hilderman, who co-founded a company called TekSci that supplied aerospace contract engineers and began losing work to overseas competitors in the early 2000s.

U.S.-based avionics companies in particular moved aggressively, shifting more than 30% of their software engineering offshore versus 10% for European-based firms in recent years, said Hilderman, an avionics safety consultant with three decades of experience whose recent clients include most of the major Boeing suppliers.

With a strong dollar, a big part of the attraction was price. Engineers in India made around $5 an hour; it’s now $9 or $10, compared with $35 to $40 for those in the U.S. on an H1B visa, he said. But he’d tell clients the cheaper hourly wage equated to more like $80 because of the need for supervision, and he said his firm won back some business to fix mistakes.

HCL, once known as Hindustan Computers, was founded in 1976 by billionaire Shiv Nadar and now has more than $8.6 billion in annual sales. With 18,000 employees in the U.S. and 15,000 in Europe, HCL is a global company and has deep expertise in computing, said Sukamal Banerjee, a vice president. It has won business from Boeing on that basis, not on price, he said: “We came from a strong R&D background.”

Still, for the 787, HCL gave Boeing a remarkable price – free, according to Sam Swaro, an associate vice president who pitched HCL’s services at a San Diego conference sponsored by Avionics International magazine in June. He said the company took no up-front payments on the 787 and only started collecting payments based on sales years later, an “innovative business model” he offered to extend to others in the industry.

The 787 entered service three years late and billions of dollars over budget in 2011, in part because of confusion introduced by the outsourcing strategy. Under Dennis Muilenburg, a longtime Boeing engineer who became chief executive in 2015, the company has said that it planned to bring more work back in-house for its newest planes.

Engineer Backwater

The Max became Boeing’s top seller soon after it was offered in 2011. But for ambitious engineers, it was something of a “backwater,” said Peter Lemme, who designed the 767’s automated flight controls and is now a consultant. The Max was an update of a 50-year-old design, and the changes needed to be limited enough that Boeing could produce the new planes like cookie cutters, with few changes for either the assembly line or airlines. “As an engineer that’s not the greatest job,” he said.
Rockwell Collins, now a unit of United Technologies Corp., won the Max contract for cockpit displays, and it has relied in part on HCL engineers in India, Iowa and the Seattle area. A United Technologies spokeswoman didn’t respond to a request for comment.
Boeing 737 Max
Boeing 737 Max airplanes at the company’s manufacturing facility in Renton, Washington.
Photographer: David Ryder/Bloomberg
Contract engineers from Cyient helped test flight test equipment. Charles LoveJoy, a former flight-test instrumentation design engineer at the company, said engineers in the U.S. would review drawings done overnight in India every morning at 7:30 a.m. “We did have our challenges with the India team,” he said. “They met the requirements, per se, but you could do it better.”

Multiple investigations – including a Justice Department criminal probe – are trying to unravel how and when critical decisions were made about the Max’s software. During the crashes of Lion Air and Ethiopian Airlines planes that killed 346 people, investigators suspect, the MCAS system pushed the planes into uncontrollable dives because of bad data from a single sensor.

That design violated basic principles of redundancy for generations of Boeing engineers, and the company apparently never tested to see how the software would respond, Lemme said. “It was a stunning fail,” he said. “A lot of people should have thought of this problem – not one person – and asked about it.”

Boeing also has disclosed that it learned soon after Max deliveries began in 2017 that a warning light that might have alerted crews to the issue with the sensor wasn’t installed correctly in the flight-display software. A Boeing statement in May, explaining why the company didn’t inform regulators at the time, said engineers had determined it wasn’t a safety issue.

“Senior company leadership,” the statement added, “was not involved in the review.”