Dear KAG: 20230322 Open Thread

Report, President Trump to be Indicted in Manhattan Tomorrow, City Coordinating with Secret Service for High Publicity Arrest Next Week

Well, the indictment didn’t happen, but something else did….

And Mr. Flynn said that before Rod DeSanctimonious did this:

Sundance’s take:

Ron DeSantis Tells Pier Morgan He Is Willing to Abandon Florida to Pursue His Personal Ambitions as President – Then Books April Appearances in New Hampshire, Michigan, Ohio and Maryland

According to the DeSantis media operation known as “Florida’s Voice“, the sanctimonious meatball has already scheduled campaign appearances in New Hampshire, Michigan, Ohio and Maryland for April [SEE HERE]. Then, following the instructions of the brand management team in control of him, Ron DeSantis sat down with Rupert Murdoch’s toady, Piers Morgan, for an exclusive interview in both Rupert Murdoch’s publication, The New York Post, and Rupert Murdoch’s broadcast company, Fox News.

Murdoch, who owns Fox News, had previously given Ron DeSantis several million dollars for his personal wealth via a Harper Collins book deal, another Rupert Murdoch company. With full control over the brand image of the DeSantis effort, Fox News has been promoting the meatball for several months.

It’s on like Donkey Kong.

On to the links:

Just Human ️️️

Cy Vance failed to “get Trump”, two prosecutors quit because of it (Mark Pomeranz and Carey Dunne), and Cy decided not to run for office again.

Along comes Alvin Bragg and he tries to do the same thing, to “get Trump” and he is gonna get the same result, but THIS TIME Trump, via his Truth Social posts and statements, has highlighted the Manhattan DA’s Office and put all the attention on it like never before.

For Alvin Bragg and his supporters/cheerleaders in media/politics, “there’s fire on both sides of the door.”

No indictment, he has failed, media/pols got tricked into joining his wagon as it launched off a cliff.

If he DOES pen an indictment, it will be easily dismissed, Trump will have more street cred and support than ever before, and Bragg+media+pols will have Hell to face.

Either way, on the other side of The Matador Trump’s cape is a fucking brick wall and [they] are headed full speed right into it.

There’s also a possibility that a spicier dish may be served up: one that results in the indictment of someone OTHER than Trump and flips this entire fake news saga on it’s head and twist it into a pretzel.

That’s the dish I’m hoping will be served.

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Q Discussion: On the History and Infiltration/Subversion of the Movement

Badlands News Brief – March 21, 2023

Information Wars – SARS-CoV-2 Origin

Scratched EV battery? Your insurer may have to junk the whole car

Eight Startling and Uncomfortable Ways the Democrat Party Emulates the Nazi Party

That piece opens with a rather ignorant trashing of Andrew Jackson, but otherwise is decent.

Donald Trump, Regime Foe

The Death of Dissent

The Waste of Our Ignorant Age

A Feared Repeat

Presumptive Neoconservatives

In Loco Masculi: The feminization of the American university is all but complete

Why Are There No EV Charging Stations at Interstate Rest Stops? Blame the Feds

When Georgia resident Anita Jefferson pulls her Tesla out of her garage each morning, she knows it’s fully charged and ready to go. But she told a local reporter her confidence disappears when she hits the interstate. Charging stations seem few and far between, even at places where you’d expect them to be, like rest stops.

“The one place you would want to travel and stop would be a state rest stop,” Jefferson told an Atlanta news station. “I want to get an answer as to why they’re not there.”

Jefferson got her answer from WXIA-TV Atlanta’s Verify team: There are no charging stations at rest stops because they are prohibited under a federal law — one that stretches all the way back to the Eisenhower administration.

On the Media

Greenfield: Wokes Can’t Beat the Culture They’re Destroying


It’s almost as if telling young girls to hookup with random guys, take birth control, abort their babies, focus on their careers until they’re thirty or so, strip all sense of meaning and purpose from life , and completely eliminate religion negatively impacts mental health. Who woulda thunk it.

These 3 Events Expose Gender Ideology

A conservative definition of ‘woke’

Warning: Every Dollar You Donate to the Red Cross is bringing America to her Knees

The Anti-Authoritarians Are the Increasingly Dangerous Authoritarians

Marking All the Categories



Flip a coin on that one.

That was posted at 9:18 in the morning. Little did she know….


Have a good day y’all.

(I don’t remember who brought this to a daily in the comments, but thanks.)

And, of course, the obligatory George Carlin:

Per the Boss:

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ISAIAH 49:8-15

8Thus says the LORD: “In a time of favor I have answered you, in a day of salvation I have helped you; I have kept you and given you as a covenant to the people, to establish the land, to apportion the desolate heritages; 9saying to the prisoners, `Come forth,’ to those who are in darkness, `Appear.’ They shall feed along the ways, on all bare heights shall be their pasture; 10they shall not hunger or thirst, neither scorching wind nor sun shall smite them, for he who has pity on them will lead them, and by springs of water will guide them. 11And I will make all my mountains a way, and my highways shall be raised up. 12Lo, these shall come from afar, and lo, these from the north and from the west, and these from the land of Syene.” 13Sing for joy, O heavens, and exult, O earth; break forth, O mountains, into singing! For the LORD has comforted his people, and will have compassion on his afflicted. 14But Zion said, “The LORD has forsaken me, my Lord has forgotten me.” 15“Can a woman forget her sucking child, that she should have no compassion on the son of her womb? Even these may forget, yet I will not forget you.

JOHN 5:17-30

17But Jesus answered them, “My Father is working still, and I am working.” 18This was why the Jews sought all the more to kill him, because he not only broke the sabbath but also called God his Father, making himself equal with God. 19Jesus said to them, “Truly, truly, I say to you, the Son can do nothing of his own accord, but only what he sees the Father doing; for whatever he does, that the Son does likewise. 20For the Father loves the Son, and shows him all that he himself is doing; and greater works than these will he show him, that you may marvel. 21For as the Father raises the dead and gives them life, so also the Son gives life to whom he will. 22The Father judges no one, but has given all judgment to the Son, 23that all may honor the Son, even as they honor the Father. He who does not honor the Son does not honor the Father who sent him. 24Truly, truly, I say to you, he who hears my word and believes him who sent me, has eternal life; he does not come into judgment, but has passed from death to life. 25“Truly, truly, I say to you, the hour is coming, and now is, when the dead will hear the voice of the Son of God, and those who hear will live. 26For as the Father has life in himself, so he has granted the Son also to have life in himself, 27and has given him authority to execute judgment, because he is the Son of man. 28Do not marvel at this; for the hour is coming when all who are in the tombs will hear his voice 29and come forth, those who have done good, to the resurrection of life, and those who have done evil, to the resurrection of judgment. 30“I can do nothing on my own authority; as I hear, I judge; and my judgment is just, because I seek not my own will but the will of him who sent me.

As always, prayers for the fight against that which seeks to enslave us are welcome.

Please include: President Donald Trump, the Q team, our soldiers in the field, special forces, tactical units, first responders and those working behind the scenes…and any and all people with family members in the hospital, COVID or not.

And…members of the QTree who no longer participate for one reason or another.

It is quite clear, as per Wolf’s message from July, that we are under spiritual attack. Building up a robust arsenal of prayer and discipline is a must in fighting the enemy and his minions.

In that spirit, the Prayer to St. Michael the Archangel from Tuesday’s threads, and the Breastplate of St. Patrick, not to mention the Litany of Humility are favorites recommended by exorcists in spiritual warfare.


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Well, DePat — you foreshadowed a blockbuster Wednesday thread and delivered!

I’d best put a wiggle on reading the final two links you dropped before Thursday’s is up.


Nobody Only one got nuttin‘ sumpin’ to say?

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Being the only one?


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Aha! A prosecutor’s dream defendant.


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Note number 5…..


Supposedly “official” Justice For All video (age restricted) —


That didn’t last long.


Trump Won video —



and that ^^^^^^^ is what they are indicting him for !


VICTORY! Federal Judge Shoots Down Biden Efforts to Block Missouri-Louisiana-Gateway Pundit, et al’s Lawsuit Against Federal Government Violations Against Free Speech

…The past year’s legal battle has solely been over Missour, Louisiana, and Gateway Pundit, et al’s ability or right to prosecute this lawsuit. The Government’s efforts heretofore have been focused on obfuscating and stonewalling evidence on the one hand, and engaging in numerous tactics to extricate itself from the lawsuit, including through the filing of multiple motions to dismiss and to change venue (that is, to change courts in order to draw a communist judge who favors authoritarian government and widespread governmental censorship.

Now that the Government lost its main effort to crush us, the real war begins. Having lost this crucial battle, the Government will be compelled to engage in full, “general” discovery. This means that Missouri, Louisiana, Gateway Pundit, and the rest of plaintiffs will be empowered to conduct a wide-ranging investigation into the Government’s fascist conspiracy with Big Tech to shut down speech, censor thought, and engage in population manipulation through information control.

Now, we’re coming for all their evidence.  Now, we’re coming to depose all of the tyrants. We’re going to root it out and expose all of them. Watch the bugs scatter as the rock tumbles over. 

Any time Democrats complain about Vladimir Putin’s “authoritarianism” just remember that we’re in the process of uncovering possibly the largest, most widespread conspiracy to deprive Americans of their Constitutional Rights in the history of the United States.

Russia may have Vladimir Putin and his oligarchs; America has the oligarchs of Permanent Washington.


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Gail Combs

However it will flush out all the Commies in the House and Senate.

Notice what has happened over time to PREPARE FOR A DIGITAL CURRENCY.

It used to be a person was paid in CASH on pay day.
Then ‘because of safety’ it went to being paid by CHECK aka a paycheck

In the 1970s (Again the magic 70s) I literally had not one but 2 companies open up a bank account and do a direct payment WITHOUT MY CONSENT.. In the case of the second company, FLEET BANK ‘lost’ my paycheck and not only was the money gone for good, I HAD TO PAY $30 FOR EACH BOUNCED CHECK THAT MONTH!!! Complaints to the bank and to payroll got, ‘It wasn’t me’ go talk to the other fella. So I ended up eating the entire loss. [SNARL]

A friend has been trying to find work for the last year or two. She has worked at 2 fast food places (Major health dept issues… so she quit) and is finally working at a decent company. IN ALL THREE CASES her paycheck is going onto a debit card!

Gail Combs

A bit of history:

How did the soldiers of WWII get paid? – Quora

In Cash. Many people signed the paperwork to have half, or more of their pay to be sent home to their loved ones. … When I was in the Marine Corps in 1950, we were paid in cash. Paymaster had the amounts and you signed for receipt of the funds.

Can We Pay Our Employees in Cryptocurrency?
It goes over the current laws dealing with pay.


Employers may violate both federal and state law by paying their employees with a non-fiat currency. The federal Fair Labor Standards Act (“FLSA”)—which governs minimum wage, overtime pay, and other wage-related issues for both the private and public sectors—“require[s] payments of the prescribed wages, including [minimum wage and] overtime compensation, in cash or negotiable instrument payable at par.” …

The U.S. Department of Labor (“DOL”)—the federal agency that is responsible for FLSA enforcement—has allowed employers to pay with foreign currencies to comply with the FLSA, as long as the amounts paid, when converted into U.S. currency using the exchange rate current at the time of payment (i.e., the rate generally available to an individual person in the vicinity where the employee is working), meet the relevant FLSA thresholds….

State and Local Wage Laws

Employers must also be mindful of state or local laws that impose additional restrictions on their pay practices, and several states currently require wages to be paid in U.S. currency. For example, New York allows wages to be paid in cash, by check, via direct deposit, or by means of a payroll debit card….

  :wpds_arrow: Certain states’ wage payment laws are more directly proscriptive. For example, Maryland law requires employees to be paid “in United States currency; or … by a check that, on demand, is convertible at face value into United States currency.”  Pennsylvania law states that “wages shall be paid in lawful money of the United States or check.”


It looks like the states can STOP Digital Currency IF it is not convertible into CASH aka United States currency.



“When I was in the Marine Corps in 1950, we were paid in cash. Paymaster had the amounts and you signed for receipt of the funds.”


First three years in the Navy, 75-78, same thing. 1st and 15th we filled out a pay slip, handed it to the paymaster (Disbursing Officer). We received cash.

Then for a year or so, we could opt for split pay. We indicated the amount we wanted in cash, the amount we wanted by check.

Then for a several years, we were handed a check.

Early or mid 80s it was Direct Deposit, only.

Gail Combs

Thanks for verification.


Mike Tyson: “Trump Belongs In the White House, Not the Jailhouse”

Tyson has spoken out in recent years saying he is a conservative and has become more conservative as he has gotten older. Last year, for instance, he told NewsMax’s Greta Van Susteren that being conservative is “common sense.” Tyson also mentioned to Breitbart News here that he recently appeared on InfoWars founder Alex Jones’s show.


“…in The White House…not in the jailhouse…”

and definitely not in the Epstein suite.


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Here is something that appears to be a big development, the video is about 10 minutes long from the point I have it cued up to, but the general point will be clear after just a few minutes worth.

It’s about a development in Artificial Intelligence. The video was published yesterday, March 21st.

If I understood correctly, the currently available AI programs have been ‘trained’ by humans, which requires a lot of time and manpower. Facebook’s neural network AI, called Llama, was somehow obtained by Stanford (I think the video explains how, I watched it yesterday afternoon), and Stanford did something which, for some reason, nobody else had done before.

The group at Stanford used the Chat GBT AI to train the Llama AI, removing (replacing) the human element as a ‘trainer’.

Having AI train another AI accelerated the learning curve exponentially.

Ark Investment (a technology fund managed by Cathie Wood) recently calculated that this technology, which cost $4.6 million dollars to create in 2020, and costs $450K today, would fall to a cost of just $30 by 2030.

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Instead, according to this news, we have basically reached this point in something like 6 weeks, instead of 8 years.

[The source for this info is in a another video which is referenced in the video link below, and I will post the link to that video in a follow up post]

And if this is the case, it means that what was predicted to be possible by 2030 in relation to this type of cost savings, should essentially be possible, sometime around now.

If I understand correctly, this might be a reasonable analogy.

Suppose in 1972, when computers took up an entire room, it was predicted that it would be eight years (1980) before advances in technology and cost saving efficiencies of scale made it possible to have a desktop PC for the masses. Then instead of 8 years, just six weeks later, somebody reveals a desktop PC to the world, and it only cost a couple hundred dollars.

I copied a portion of the transcript below from youtube, and then went through it to break it up a little, so it’s easier to read than a huge block of text. I didn’t try to match the video for where the speaker began and ended sentences, which is hard to do when someone is doing what amounts to a stream-of-consciousness monologue.

Into: “This is about Stanford’s new alpaca software this is something that they did in a couple of weeks for around six hundred dollars which is rather incredible and the author AI explained here is really really you know very intrigued about the fact that Stanford is able to do this for such an inexpensive price.

But I actually have a slightly different take. I’m not going to play clips of this video for you, I will leave again the link to this in the description so you can watch it [note: see link in the next post]. I highly recommend watching it, it’s just a 10 minute video it’s very very quick to watch, no big deal, but it does go into exactly how alpaca was created.

The important part about alpaca for me is not so much the cost of the creation but how they did it. So how did Stanford train a large language model in just a few days, for six hundred dollars, that cost hundreds of millions of dollars dollars for open AI and other competitors to program and create just months ago?

And GPT4 just came out, so how did this happen? What happened was Stanford was able to take Meta’s neural network model Llama and they used the smallest version of this, which is only less than seven billion parameters, I think 6.4 billion to be exact, maybe 6.7, anyway a very very small model compared to the 174 billion parameter GPT3, and at a guess 500 billion parameter GPT4.

Anyway, they use that and then they use the GPT3 API to create prompts to train Llama, so essentially what they did was rather than having human beings in the loop, which is the way that these things have traditionally been created — traditionally in the past couple of years anyway, it’s an immensely complicated time-consuming and expensive task — what they’ve done is they’ve allowed GPT 3 – 3.5 to actually create the prompt to train Llama to make it really, really good.

Now it’s only seven billion parameters, so this alpaca is not fantastic, but there are versions of Llama that go up to about 65 billion parameters, and of course there’s gpt4 right now, so if Stanford redoes this — and the odds are that they probably will, you know, honestly within just a couple of weeks, we’ll probably see this — but if they take the the high-end version of Llama which is about 10 times more parameters, and they train it with the newest version of GPT4 rather than the GPT 3.5 that they used to have, the odds are that alpaca 2 or whatever they call it is going to be substantially better than this version of Alpaca that they trained.

And it probably won’t cost them much more money to do it, especially now that they’ve figured out how, so we’re looking at something that is incredibly inexpensive and very very fast to train, and can be done on existing models, so Stanford didn’t invent anything new.

They didn’t invent any new models or anything, all they did was bash the two of these things together, and allow them to train on each other, and the AI training itself is the part that is game changing.”

Please ignore the title reference to Tesla, unless you’re interested in that, which is at the very beginning of the video, about 5 minutes before the spot where I cued the video to start.

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In addition, I believe that they did the training inside Amazon’s AWS network, so the computer-to-computer connection time was dramatically shortened. [I had been going through the Alpaca announcement to try and figure out what hardware was needed to run the fully-trained beastie.]


Here is the video that was referenced in the previous post, with a short into copied from a transcript of the video:

“…just six weeks ago or five weeks before they released the model, Ark Investment Management put out this prediction that the 2020 cost of GPT 3 at $4.6 million dollars would take until 2030 to fall to something as insignificant as $30 dollars [see chart in previous post].  If Stanford have done what they claim, then 99% of this cost reduction has happened within five weeks of this prediction being published, not eight years.
As AI researcher Elie Isa Yudkowski puts it, ‘I don’t think people realize what a big deal it is that Stanford retrained a Llama model by cheaply fine-tuning it.’  

Now I’m going to explain all of this in a moment, it then goes on: ‘I’m not sure I can convey how much this is a brand new idiom of AI as a technology.”  

Now Stanford claimed their model performs comparably to DaVinci 3 which is GPT 3.5. 

Of course I’m going to test and analyze this in a moment, but how could it be that a $600 model can compete with chat GBT?”



Another video (link below) helps explain why this is such a big deal:

“Stanford introduced the Alpaca 7B model. What this is, is a model trained on 52,000 instructions similar to the way the GPT3 model is trained, however, because it’s trained on so much fewer instructions, it’s much more lightweight and can actually be used on somebody’s local computer.

When tested against tools like GPT3 and chat GPT it actually performed almost as well as those models, but with such a smaller file size and less necessity for compute power, so that it sort of democratizes these large language models, so that anyone can just run them on their own system.

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Yep. You can run it on a desktop system. That said, there are some monster desktop systems around for less than $10K.

Can you run it on a Raspberry Pi 4, the current model?

Will you be able to run it on a Raspberry Pi 7 in a couple of years?


What level of hardware do you need to run an AI named “Simon Jester” or “Adam Selene”?

SteveInCO · Thermonuclear MAGA

In the latter case a lot more than Heinlein imagined. Remember when Adam Selene bragged he had a free storage unit with 10^8 bits in it?

I.e., 12 whole megabytes??

But then literally every SF author then fell far short of predicting today’s hardware, and even in the 1980s the computer references seem very dated.


Asked sincerely and respectfully: in what way would this benefit a seasoned citizen?


People could become bigger fat slobs than they already are.

Or they could train their own brains to atrophy at an accelerated rate.

As far as old geezers go, widespread use of this counterfeit god would make them glad they’re almost finished their sentences here.

Change my mind.


My interest in AI, is on par with crypto AND CBDC. NONE.

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“My interest in AI, is on par with crypto AND CBDC. NONE.”


My curiosity about AI started out as defensive mostly, in the sense that I wanted to know what it was, in the same way one would want to know if a new predator moved into the neighborhood.

Or if the enemy has a new tool, it is probably a good idea to find out what it is, and how it might be used against you.

Once that process started, it naturally lead to thinking of ways that I might be able to use the same tool.

CBDC is a non-starter for me. Until or unless the FED can come up with a justifiable use-case and demonstrate how it will be impossible for the Fed / gov’t to weaponize it against the People (which they will never be able to do, since weaponization is the objective), it’s just silly to contemplate using it.

As for cypto, to me it’s a mixed bag. As one of my favorite crypto analysts says, 99% of all crypto is either garbage or a scam-coin, with no value or application.

But using models that take all of the available data for any given crypto coin into account (e.g., number of coins in existence, amount of annual inflation if any, how much is held by insiders vs. held by the public, how many developers are creating applications for that specific coin, how many daily users utilize the coin, etc., etc.), it is possible to determine which are the 1% that have potential and are real projects with real world applications, vs. the 99% that are just ponzi schemes.

I see Bitcoin as distinct from all others, as it was created in response to the 2008 financial crisis and the inherent problems with fiat currency, and those problems have only grown exponentially worse over the past 15 years.

Unlike all other cryptos (that I am aware of), Bitcoin has a baked in limit that will ever be produced (21 million Bitcoins), so after the limit is reached, inflation will be impossible.

Unlike all other cryptos, which are ‘launched’ by a company like an IPO, Bitcoin has no corporate entity behind it, no CEO, no board of directors, no one to be controlled or corrupted or blackmailed, etc.

The Bitcoin blockchain is decentralized to the point where it should be impervious to even a nation-state level attack, putting it beyond the reach of corrupt human governments.

Bitcoin addresses the problems associated with a store of value which cannot be debased or confiscated by corrupt governments. It is also ‘trustless’, meaning there is no middleman (bank or similar central entity) between the ‘buyer’ and ‘seller’, it uses a peer to peer transaction model.

To ‘mine’ Bitcoin takes work and costs money (electricity, computer processing power, employees to manage the effort, etc.), in a similar sense as mining the ground for precious metals does. So there is real and measurable ‘value’ that has gone in to every Bitcoin produced, it was not just wished into existence out of thin air, like fiat currency is (and like most cryptos are). If I remember correctly, from a recent video, it currently costs around $15k to $18k on average, to mine a single Bitcoin. Cost varies depending on the computer hardware being used (the newest hardware is faster and more efficient than older hardware) and the cost of electricity, which varies widely across the world, etc.

Like anything else, ultimately Bitcoin only has value so long as other people decide it has value to them also.

But this is the case with any medium of exchange throughout time. Glass beads had value to certain American Indian tribes, as just one example.

It only takes two people to agree that something has value in order for that thing to be used as a medium of exchange. Bitcoin has many more than just two people who agree that it has value, and so for those people, it does.

In a similar sense, most people agree that gold has value, and so it does. Enough people agree that there is always a liquid market for buying and selling gold, just as there is (albeit currently a smaller market) with Bitcoin.

But if someone who had never been taught or enculturated to value gold was presented with a gold nugget or bar, it would have no value to him, until or unless he understood why other people valued it, and then, decided for himself whether it was in his own interest to value it likewise.

A friend of mine brought Bitcoin to my attention back around 2012, when it was still very cheap, less than $100 per Bitcoin (I just checked, it was just $4 on February 6, 2012, it looks like the high was $14 on 12-31-12). I didn’t understand it, didn’t investigate it, didn’t learn about it, and missed an opportunity that could have had life changing consequences.

I bought a little silver instead. Today, if I still had it, that silver would be worth about $1.85 / oz more than I paid for it. [edit: I must have bought silver in 2013, it was at around $21.50/oz]

One Bitcoin, which I could have obtained for between $4 and $14 in 2012, is worth $27,358 at the time of this post.

And it wasn’t just a one-time miss, it has been cheap lots of times, and cheap for long periods of time, and I missed them all. It was right there, but I wasn’t even looking. I could have thrown a little pocket change at it, and wound up with enough to buy a house free and clear.

Could have purchased 100 Bitcoin for $1,400 if I bought at the very top in 2012.

Today, just 11 years later, it would be worth $2,735,800. At the all-time high a year or so ago ($69k), a hundred Bitcoin was worth nearly $7 million.

I could have bought a lot of silver with that… 🙂

This is a link to the White Paper on Bitcoin:

A brief commentary on the White Paper:

Bitcoin White Paper Celebrates 14th Birthday
A technical manifesto, the Bitcoin white paper was released 14 years ago today under an MIT public license for all to learn from, share and enjoy.
By Ollie Leech
Oct 31, 2022

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I know very little about it, but I know enough to believe it will be used for harm and to promote dehumanization and probably even depopulation.

This might have been posted already (I haven’t read everything), but there are AI-generated pics of Trump being “arrested” and chased by police.

They are turning reality on its head. It has been happening with gender-bending, election-stealing, and lies of all sorts. IMO, AI will speed that up exponentially.


AI will be, if it not already, a cancer on free folks.


It certainly could be.

Since any tool can be used for good or evil, it seems important that as many ‘good guys’ learn about it (and how to use it) as possible.

When guns were invented, the last thing we would have wanted, is for only outlaws to have them, and know how to use them 😉


“Asked sincerely and respectfully: in what way would this benefit a seasoned citizen?”


I’m not sure, because I don’t fully understand where they are going with this, and therefore I don’t fully understand the implications.

The way it is being implemented to Microsoft products and Google products, AI could be the ultimate desktop search engine, finding anything on your computer (articles you saved, receipts you scanned, research, web browser bookmarks or a website you visited and want to go back to, contact information from an email you sent or received years ago, etc.) for you instantly, which would be nice.

AI can be used to summarize long articles or I suppose even whole books, which if it does this well, could be helpful to get through masses of information Cliff Notes style for articles, and for books, help you decide whether you want to invest the time to read the whole thing.

It seems like AI could be like a personal assistant, who never forgets anything and always knows where to find exactly what you’re looking for, which might actually be very helpful for seasoned citizens, as many of us become more forgetful over the years.

I think it could make an excellent Bible study aid, an instantaneous concordance, instantaneous cross-reference to other passages on the same subject, etc.

AI would also make it easy to resolve (reconcile and harmonize) any apparent contradiction in Scripture. It is very time consuming to unravel what may at first appear to be contradictions. A capable AI could either explain and resolve the contradiction in one step, or alternately, answer your questions (with you playing the part of ‘investigator’) which would help lead you to the answer.

Suppose you were curious about any current doctrine, commandment or tradition, that it may be of men and not of God. Instead of using the search tool on an online Bible website (which requires you to search for the exact word or phrase, and you may have to search several Bible translations to find what you are looking for), an AI could take your search term, search all translations simultaneously, and variations of the word you are searching for, and present the results in written or verbal format.

If the AI has access to all available historical data (encyclopedias, history books, historical documents, research, etc.), it can tell you the answer to your inquiry.

For example, you might be curious about the outfit worn by monks. Is it of God, or of man?

“AI, where is the authority for ‘monk’ found in Scripture?”

AI: It is not found in Scripture.

“AI, who was the first monk?”

AI: the historical record does not identify who was first, but the earliest on record was [whoever].

“AI, when did monks start wearing the traditional brown clothing?”

AI: The brown cloak and scapular was first used by a monk named Simon Stock, in 1251 AD. The source for this information is [xxx] and [xxx] and [xxx]. I can read the relevant passages from the original sources to you, or put them on your screen so you can read them yourself, which would you prefer?

“On the screen please. AI, give me some background on what led to this development, any disputes or objections that were made at the time, by whom, and how quickly the brown cloak and scapular were adopted and by whom, etc.”


For modern news, AI could be very helpful in ferreting out ‘fake news’.

For example, an article about a battle loss by the Russians in Ukraine goes viral.

“AI, what is the source of this article?”

AI: the source is traced back to Reuters as the originator of the story.

“AI, who is the author of the source article?”

AI: the author is Joey Lyinglips.

“That’s a great name, what are Joey’s credentials? Where did he go to school, where else has he been employed in the field of journalism, is he or his employers associated with Soros or anyone prominent on the Left, and how many times have his articles been discredited?”

It could be a lot of fun 😂


Very interesting! TY!


You’re welcome!


two interesting article Part 1 and Part 2 on AI, quite long but addictive. It predicted a steep ramp-up to AI learning … with a potentially scary ending, like all good stories.
the second one is titled “The AI Revolution: Our Immortality or Extinction”

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Seems this set of 2015 Articles is more relevant today than most of what’s going on when once considers this new AI revolution blowing up around us.

Wonders if this article or one like it spurred Neal Stephenson to write “Anathem” where in all the smart people in the world were purged and the allowed survivors of the purge had their toys taken away and were shuttered away for centuries in monasteries.

Trying to out run evolution doesn’t seem to be smartest of moves, but here we are and Micro Soft has fired their ethics team so the Turry note story doesn’t seem so far fetched.

Thanks for chance to read this.


Documentary by the late Aaron Russo…

American Freedom To Fascism

(the income tax fraud)



Too good to be true? Looking for confirmation, nothing yet, but the DP’s Dinesh post has me hoping. Less hopeful though when I look at the date (20 Mar) but could be this one needs vetting?

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I have your answer right now without any vetting. This is 100% baloney.


What’s that smell?




Gateway Pundit article – Breaking: Soros-Funded DA Alvin Bragg CAUGHT HIDING Nearly 600 Pages of Exculpatory Evidence from NY Grand Jury in Trump Case

The trumped up case in NY is floundering on its scurrilous legal basis, so now, they are cranking the Mara A Lago documents case back up again.


“Breaking: Soros-Funded DA Alvin Bragg CAUGHT HIDING Nearly 600 Pages of Exculpatory Evidence from NY Grand Jury in Trump Case”


Alvin Leonard Bragg!

You are a very bad boy.

Wait until your Momma finds out about this.

She is gonna be so disappointed in you!


he’s an Affirmative Action soros imbecile and should be disbarred…BTW,where the hell is The Bar Association ???

however…I don’t think he has to produce exculpatory evidence to a Grand Jury.




Well that certainly appears to be an invitation to rampant prosecutorial abuse.


wait…is the Prosecutor/DA obligated to produce exculpatory evidence to a Grand Jury ??

I don’t think so…hence, a GJ could indict a ham sammich.


Maybe so I don’t know about such things, but that proper lawyer schooled him the other day, and hopefully all he said was put into the record.
If it goes to a proper trial, that has robbed bragg of his one good and eminently true excuse, incompetence.
Again, don’t know what the laws are, but appears with no excuse or good reason bragg both used pubic money and the power of his office to wantonly pursue a political vendetta.


How can he hide something he’s under no obligation to provide?

GP has confused grand jury with jury trial. Prosecutor is 100% in control of grand jury proceedings and is not ‘required’ to do anything regarding them.


Meanwhile, great that the truth has been inserted into the body of the Grand Jury testimony.





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A SARS-like cluster of circulating bat coronaviruses shows potential for human emergence. 2015 Authors include Dr. Zhengli Shi and Ralph Baric.

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Did gain-of-function research create covid-19? We asked Ralph Baric – MIT
A heck of a lot of bafflegab and twisting but worth skiming:

Jul 26, 2021 — Ralph Baric of the University of North Carolina has engineered coronaviruses to study their threat to humans…

And yes he mentions working on Remdesivir.

We identified remdesivir as the first broad-based antiviral drug that worked against all known coronaviruses, and published on it in 2017. It immediately was entered into human trials and became the first FDA-approved drug for treating covid-19 infections globally.

Remdesivir, developed through a UNC-Chapel Hill partnership,

The biopharmaceutical company sought the talents of a research team led by William R. Kenan, Jr. Distinguished Professor of Epidemiology Ralph Baric, who has studied coronaviruses for more than 30 years and pioneered rapid-response approaches for the study of emerging viruses and the development of therapeutics.


In 2013, the American virologist Ralph Baric approached Zhengli Shi at a meeting. Baric was a top expert in coronaviruses, with hundreds of papers to his credit, and Shi, along with her team at the Wuhan Institute of Virology, had been discovering them by the fistful in bat caves. In one sample of bat guano, Shi had detected the genome of a new virus, called SHC014, that was one of the two closest relatives to the original SARS virus, but her team had not been able to culture it in the lab. Baric had developed a way around that problem—a technique for “reverse genetics” in coronaviruses. Not only did it allow him to bring an actual virus to life from its genetic code, but he could mix and match parts of multiple viruses. He wanted to take the “spike” gene from SHC014 and move it into a genetic copy of the SARS virus he already had in his lab. The spike molecule is what lets a coronavirus open a cell and get inside it. The resulting chimera would demonstrate whether the spike of SHC014 would attach to human cells. If it could, then it could help him with his long-term project of developing universal drugs and vaccines against the full spectrum of SARS-like viruses that he increasingly considered sources of potential pandemics….

Items from coronavirus expert Ralph Baric’s emails

Dr. Baric is a coronavirus expert at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill (UNC). He has developed genetic techniques to enhance the pandemic potential of existing bat coronaviruses in collaboration with Dr. Zhengli Shi at the Wuhan Institute of Virology and with EcoHealth Alliance.


I think this guy in the video who name escapes me is the one who uncovered all the patents and was working with the German lawyer.


I think the guy you are referring to is Dr. Martin.


That’s it TY


Would be helpful if Tucker had Dr Martin on for an extended segment, if not an entire show.


Apropos of nothing much, here’s another gloss on a very famous piece of film from 1906.

This is Market Street — the main drag of San Francisco — moving on the front of a cable car down to the Ferry Building. It was originally supposed to be part of an advertising project run by some guys in NYC to show how nice it would be to visit SF. They filmed it days before the 1906 earthquake, and shipped the film across country to be developed….but discovered when they had developed it that their client didn’t exist any more. So they tucked the film away for about 100 years.

When it was first pulled out of the vault, it was a nine-day wonder. This particular version has been colorized, the frame rate has been adjusted, it has been digitally processed for stability and sharpness, and it has a soundtrack. It looks really nice.

A couple of points for style…..

Note that almost every wheeled vehicle has the same width, wheel-to-wheel (it’s the same as the cable car’s tracks, but horse wagons and motorcars have the same dimension). Supposedly, that measure goes back to the Romans and the standardization meant that you could follow tracks in the road from town-to-town knowing that they would stay passable.

Cable car tracks (like the ones that the camera follows) not only have rails on either side, but they have a small slot in the middle. There are two human-powered levers that control a cable car. The first is a brake — as I recall, it presses directly onto the tracks from the car and doesn’t try to just stop wheels. The second is essentially a little arm with a hand that reaches down through the little central slot and grabs onto the tow cable. There is no engine in the cable car, nor is there any electricity. The tow cable is pulled by a large engine (probably steam at this time) somewhere on the line. When the cable car reaches the end of the line at the ferry building, it stops on a turntable and the arm is lifted off the cable (though still underground). When the turntable rotates, the cable car is positioned over the cable going the opposite direction. When it grabs that, off it goes.

You can well imagine that behind the car turntable, there is a large underground wheel that the cable goes around to change from an uptown cable to a downtown cable. Once you consider that both ends of the line need such a wheel, you realize that the engine that drives the line can be anywhere on the line.

It’s also amusing to note that you see several types of enclosed passenger car on this journey — cable cars riding on the special cable-car tracks; electric cars with a pantograph arm that reaches up to overhead power lines that cross Market Street at an angle; and horse-drawn cars that wander through. Even though they have different wheels and propulsion, the passenger compartments are quite similar.


Amazing. All those vehicles and people going wherever they want, no turn signals, no brake lights, no traffic lights, no stop signs… it looks like chaos, but nobody hits anything or gets run over 😁


Part of this is that there aren’t exactly any speed demons around. Several times, boys outrun the cable car.

However, there is another factor that is just as important. People were expected to have a certain level of situational awareness. Some places still require this —


So, when I was 15 years old, my parents shipped me off on a “if this is Tuesday, it must be Belgium” tour of Europe with a college group. After flying and flying and flying and flying, we got to Rome and took a bus to our accommodations…..or, rather, a couple of doors down from what was originally supposed to be our accommodations, at a youth hostel. We were told that we could go across the street to a Holiday Inn and change some money, or just settle in. I opted to try to get some local cash.

So we go to this road. It had a marked zebra crossing, and was only one lane in each direction, but when we looked for a clean break in the traffic — well, we got bupkis. It seemed like the drivers would see our uncertainty and speed up.

We milled around there for almost ten minutes with no luck whatsoever, until this little Italian grandmother, with a cane, limped up to the crossing next to us. She then lifted her cane and pointed it at a random oncoming Fiat — whereupon he slammed on his brakes and came skidding to a stop at the edge of the zebra crossing. She then started to make her way across the road.

We all glanced at each other, then followed. When she got to the center divide, she didn’t need to use her cane — a driver stopped for her. All of us crossed to the other side, and the rat-race restarted behind us.

This was one of the biggest “Toto, we’re not in Kansas anymore” moments for me.

When it came time to go back, the road was just as busy — and we had no granny to escort us across. So I picked a car, pointed to it and made eye contact, and started walking toward it as it drove to the crossing [mentally preparing myself to be bounced off of its hood]. He stopped. After I started crossing the road (with the others in our group with me), the other direction was easier.

I was the youngest person in the entire tour, but I had figured out a couple of very important things. Number One, you need moxie to cross the street in Italy. Number Two, do NOT mess with Italian grandmothers.


License plate 4867 was in on it. That’s why they show up so many times. This also happens with the VW bugs in Bullitt.


Can’t even begin to watch this classic movie chase without a big grin on my face 😁


It is a great car chase, but there are so many humorous bits. As an example, unless the guy has small hands, it looks like he’s got a 10-guage shotgun — yet he carefully rolls down the window before taking a potshot at the Mustang.


Back in the late 1970s, my family lived next to a guy who (among other things) held extra cars for Hollywood. He lived right next door, then had a car lot about a mile away. One of the General Lees from Dukes of Hazzard was in his lot.

When I see the Firebirds and GTOs and such, I remember his collection of messed-up ones.


That is awesome !

Gail Combs

What a great find!!!

I once visited an off the beaten track private museum and a running narrow track train.

In the museum they had autos from poir to the model T. They still had the couplings to add shafts for a horse.  😄  So they were LITERALLY horseless carriages. Given all that engineering had been done, I do not find it surprising that old carriages and autos would have the same track width.

This is the closest picture I could find
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It goes on either side of the front axle. I have an antique that I can either use a single horse shafts or a pony pole by a quick switch.
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The Romans literally had a “standard cart.” They all pretty much had the same undercarriage, smaller wheels in front that could turn without hitting the body of the cart itself.

We know this because that standard cart is often depicted in surviving artwork (like stone reliefs, etc.).

It would be like, today, thousands of small businesses building the same model of car or truck.

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Gail Combs

More modern carriages have a cutunder. I have one with a full fifth wheel that can turn a full 360 degrees. You can spin the front wheels all the way around. It is fun. Step on the break. Bring the horses around so they face backwards. Release the break and the carriage spins on it’s center. Can’t do that with a car! though you sort of can with a fifth wheel trailer.
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This is a cutunder with a ‘reach’ that is the center bar that prevents the wheels from fully turning. In anything that does not allow a full cutunder, there are rollers that the wheel hits so the wheels donn’t suddenly stop turning.
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“In the early morning, three Ukrainian naval drones tried to strike coastal bays in Sevastopol. One surface vehicle was stopped at 4.46 in the north by a visual observation post on the ship.

Two more were destroyed around 5 a.m., even before reaching the Sevastopol raid, by rifle detachments. At the moment, all drones have been hit, artillery bays — Severnaya and Radiogorka, as well as Grafskaya Pier have been blocked for the movement of ships.

Today at midnight we wrote that the Ukrainian Armed Forces are preparing a massive combined attack on Crimea in the next three days with the help of aerial and surface drones, as well as missile weapons. In this case, the attack by naval drones is more like “probing” the state of defense of the Black Sea Fleet and searching for the least protected areas near Sevastopol for the next diversion.”


In case anyone missed this last night, from OT:

Intentional Provocations – Tucker Carlson Outlines the Latest Expectations on the Trump Arrest and 1,000+ Pending Indictments Against J6 Protesters
March 22, 2023

SD: “At a certain point you have to wonder if the scale of the “dual justice” visibility is not intended to provoke a political crisis. If this is the motive, we are heading to a very dark place.

During his opening monologue last night, Tucker Carlson outlines the latest expectations in the arrest of President Trump and the pending criminal indictments of more than a thousand people related to the events of January 6, 2021. WATCH:”



we are already in a very dark place.

everything they do is intended to provoke…or to distort, corrupt, destroy, confuse, cover-up, gaslight, blame-shift, betray…


and they will wax worse and worse.

we need an INTERVENTION.

keep your heads UP.

HE Draweth Nigh.

“…when you see all these things begin to take place…”


The NY Bragg case is floundering, so they have revived the Mar A Lago case, and there’s still the Letitia James witch hunt.

These are all as politically motivated and lack legal merit, just like the two Sham-peachments.

Are there any other trumped-up cases against Trump going on?

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They want to financially ruin him. The Government has all the money to break anyone financially and they are doing a good job. What a scam.

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Apparently, next up is a RICO charge against POTUS45 coming from the state of Georgia.


Tucker left out this part:

  • Daniels admitted in court that she lied
  • Court ruled Daniels had to pay Trump 300K in damages
  • Daniels lawyer was disbarred sent to prison for fraud.

( maybe cohen did the skank)


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Would not be surprised.


There are many forms of, barter.


Probably BOTH Cohen and “Have a Naughty”


Lets think where will they incarcerate people who protest against the regime?
Is there a place like military Jail one that has been refurbished ?
They are getting ready to put people in a American Gulag-concentration camp . No one is protesting the concentration camps in China and the big wigs love all China.
Why would they do that?


Some already assume the emptying of prisons of criminals has such a purpose as you speak.


That makes sense to them empty prion of felons and replace the m with MAGA
Tyranny at its finest.


I cant believe it, but i do. Weve long said they want to kill us. They have to round up people and start it all. Then more and more. Create a fervor for “their cause.” Or, hopefully not be successful.
If Trump is elected i believe he will pardon these people. If desantis is, they will rot.


RDS is not running. Nor will he run until maybe 2028.


Then he needs to keep his heinie in FL and get to work.


Someone ought to tell RDS.

Cuz, yesterday or day before, RDS, cast his focus OFF of, FL citizens.


RDS is not running.

I have thought that all along, but he seems to be making all the moves that indicate a run.

If he doesn’t, he has poisoned a lot of waters on his way to that next election. And no, DeSantis won’t be crowned the MAGA successor just because Trump would no longer be eligible.


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where is Wolf ?

is he ok ?

haven’t seen him here lately.

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My browser said “Error 401 Unauthorized – missing signature”

What was this supposed to be?


Ah, Wolf…..

Kalbo is the official timekeeper for Wolf’s absence. He said something about a massive Spring Honey-Do list, which lead some of us to speculate about a remodel, add-on, or relocation. He specifically said that he might be away for XXXXX period, and Kalbo is keeping an eye on that. Right now, there is no reason to panic.


Nor page the, Nervous Nellie’s.   :wpds_razz: 


a wolf


I posted this on Sunday:

Wolf Moon watch

On March 1, he posted this, Wandering Wolf, wherein he said this:

“For the next four months, I will be checking in here FOR SURE every week or two – at most THREE WEEKS – and I will try to check in more often if I can. However, it is better for various reasons if I don’t check in under some circumstances. Thus, if I’m away for a while, and not checking in, it’s a good thing. It means things are going as expected. If I’m gone for a month, you are officially allowed to worry. Three weeks will be unlikely. The Nervous Nellies can start worrying at 3 weeks.

“This is going to go on for March, April, May and June. Possibly July, but probably not. You’re just not going to see much of me for much of the time.”

I think the last time he posted here was March 6, so it has now been two weeks. We miss you, Wolf! Hope all is going according to plan.


Firm believer in, Bad News Travels Fast.

Plan on track. IMO.

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So, how are you doing?



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Nice! 🤣


How do you do, I
See you’ve met my
Faithful Pirate Band…..

They’re just a little brought down,
‘Cause when you knocked,
They thought you were the Major’s Clan….

Don’t get strung out,
By the way I look —
Don’t judge a book by its binding.

Maybe an orphan, on a Cornwall crag,
But I’ll always be a Pirate King.


BiteMe Takes Out, Rare Earth Mining In NV.

Governor Joe Lombardo Blasts Biden For Unilaterally Locking Up 500,000 Acres of Land in Nevada – Including Rare Earth Mineral Mining Projects!


At the behest and for the benefit of Chy-nah?

SteveInCO · Thermonuclear MAGA

So much for being able to buy ytterbium paperweights.


Now here’s the perfect opportunity for doing something that is JUST THE OPPOSITE OF A “STRIKE”.



Smart lady.

The number with a ticket to the end of this wicked journey is 1%. Anyone following along thinking they have such a ticket are fools.


Biden Cuts Illegal Border Crossings By Redefining ‘Illegal’…by redefining what counts as an illegal border crossing

Border Patrol encountered more illegal immigrants crossing the border in one year under Biden than it did in four years under Trump—including a sixteenfold increase for those on the terrorist watchlist. *

The Southern Border is a Hybrid War Zone…and the targets are U.S. citizens and U.S. sovereignty *

H/T – Transfigurations –


Verse of the Day for Wednesday, March 22, 2023

“Thus saith the LORD; Cursed be the man that trusteth in man, and maketh flesh his arm, and whose heart departeth from the LORD.” 

Jeremiah 17:5 (KJV)
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Thank You, Jesus, for blessings received and prayers answered!!!



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Father God, I now follow your command to put on the full armor of God, because my battle is not against flesh and blood but against rulers, authorities, the powers of this dark world and against spiritual forces of evil in the unseen world.

I first pray on the Belt of Truth that it may be buckled around my waist, may I be centered and encircled by your truth dear Lord. Hem me inside all that is true and right, and may I be protected and held up by the truth of your living word, in my Lord Jesus name.

I pray on the Breastplate of righteousness, please protect my vital organs and my inner man, cover my integrity, my spirit, and my soul. Guard my heart for it is the wellspring of life, please strengthen and guard the most vulnerable places in my life with that which is right, good, and noble that I might not receive a fatal blow from the enemy, in my Lord Jesus name.

I pray on the Gospel Shoes of Peace. I choose to stand in the shoes of your good news, and on the firm foundation of my Lord and Savior Jesus Christ, the solid eternal rock. All other ground is sinking sand, I pray that I will not slip or fall, but that my feet would be firmly fitted on your lordship, my Lord Jesus. I choose to stand on you, so that the peace of God, which transcends all understanding will guard my heart and mind in Christ Jesus, the eternal Rock of Ages. I receive your holy peace now my Lord, from the sole of my feet to the crown of my head, in my Lord Jesus name.

I pray the Shield of Faith into my hand now. As I take up the shield of faith, I ask that you might extinguish every dart and arrow, that is launched from the enemy to take me down spiritually, physically, mentally, emotionally, and every attempt of the enemy to destroy my joy. I ask that my faith in you would make it flame out. Extinguish every flaming arrow that would come against me, my life, my family, my home, or my ministry. May my faith always be out in front of me like a shield. Give me the courage to “faith my fears” by choosing to walk by faith and not by sight, in my Lord Jesus name.

I pray on the Helmet of Salvation, that you might protect my mind from the thoughts that can lead me astray. I choose to take every thought captive, and arrest all intentioned ideas and motives that would harm others, or distract me from your holy will for me. I submit every captured thought to the Lordship of my Lord Jesus Christ, and ask that you would imprison those thoughts that are not of you my Lord. Transform my mind and renew my thinking that I may think God thoughts, and have a sober mind that is focused on your glory. Please protect me from being double minded that I may allow my mind, I reject to live an earthly life, because I choose to live a holy one, governed by you My Lord Jesus, the prince of peace, please have my mind to be saturated with the holy mind of Christ, in my Lord Jesus name.

Finally, I take up the Sword of the Spirit which is the holy word of God, I pray this powerful offensive weapon into my hand, and ask that your holy word would be fitting for every encounter I face. As the enemy gets close to me, please give me the insight, wisdom, and skill to wield the word of God to drive away the enemy, in my Lord Jesus name.

May the enemy and his team flee from me, upon hearing the word of God spoken by the power and direction of the Holy Spirit. Give me the sword of the spirit to cut through the wiles of the devil, so that I may discern the schemes of the enemy when he is near.

With all kinds of prayers, supplication, and intercession I pray to you my Lord God as the one who fights my battles. Now that I’m in your holy powerful armor, I walk away covered and ready to face my day as you go before me, and please protect me in the midst of the spiritual warfare in this unseen world, in my Lord Jesus name.

Thank you my Lord, for the spiritual weapons of armor and prayer that you have given me. It is written no weapon formed against me shall prosper, and you will refute every tongue that accuses me. 

Thank you Father God, my Lord Jesus and the Holy Spirit, that I am more than a conqueror in my Lord Jesus. I pray all of this in the mighty name of my Lord God and Savior Jesus Christ.


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Q Discussion: On the History and Infiltration/Subversion of the Movement
Notice that @ ~15 minutes Jordan specifically says Q addressed ‘Flat Earth’ and said it is not true. He also says that this type of garbage is used to poison the Q Movement/Citizen journalists.

I immediately thought of Patrick Gunnels who smells to me like an Agent injected into the Q/Citizen Journalist movement. What does Patrick do for a living? He never says….

I wonder just how much Patrick is behind a lot of what is done by Jon Herald. Jon is new on the scene and never followed Q.


The goal of the Globalist Leftists enshrined in power is – Silencing Dissent – in any form – gathering of citizens, expressing your opinion online, in private or in print…. Move over, Alinsky, Hitler and Stalin.

Grants Reveal Federal Govt.’s Horrific Plans To Censor All Americans’ Speech…preparing to monitor every word Americans say on the internet and censor citizens who don’t toe the party line – *

The Death of Dissent – *

US Congress members sound alarm over treatment of UK Christians – *

h/t – Transfigurations – *

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I understand your choice. Please scroll right on by. We have a difference of opinion, it happens.

If the post influences one person to avoid being jabbed or helps people to understand why they or their loved ones have been injured or murdered, IMO, it will have been worth it. A picture (video) is worth a thousand words, charts, opinions, etc.



Face Evil Head On.

Highlight The Evil.

JAR Normies Out Of Their Doldrums.


Yes. Yes, it IS disturbing for many most ALL awake.

So long as the bastards in government, medical world, Jab centers.PUSH Injections,

  • WE MUST push back
  • WE MUST highlight the dangers
  • ZERO, Go Along To Get Along. NONE.

What botheredme immediately is the the slow response of the other staff.

Gail Combs

From Badlands news brief comment:

Carole Talaway

Mar 21

News today is 65.000 workers on strike in NY. The government better spend more time addressing problems and leave Trump alone


Only strike I can find is Starbucks

Valerie Curren

Now where have we previously seen the raised black fist? Antifa, BLM, Communist Party (USA)??? Inquiring minds…


EcoHealth sounds suspicious – like a depopulation group.


BREAKING: Soros-Funded DA Alvin Bragg CAUGHT HIDING Nearly 600 Pages of Exculpatory Evidence from NY Grand Jury in Trump Case (VIDEO)


Sadly, this is not illegal in our system.

Only the prosecution side gets to present evidence to a grand jury, hence the saying they can “indict a ham sandwich.”

It’s immoral, but they don’t care about that.

pat frederick

aubergine can you explain why cohen’s lawyer was in front of the grand jury? all reports claim he made toast out of cohen’s reputation. so why was he there if the prosecutor is only allowed to present? i was baffled by that.


When I listened to the attorney talk about his time in front of the grand jury, he said the D.A. was looking only for information about a handful of emails. He was cherry-picking to attempt to bolster his case, which is very, very weak.

Cohen’s attorney forcefully provided the unasked-for truth about Cohen, and stated it was clear to him that the D.A. was not seeking the truth. The D.A. thought he could use Cohen’s attorney, but the attorney just didn’t allow himself to be used.

That’s my take based on what I’ve heard and read.

pat frederick

that does make more sense now




In addition to Aubergine’s thoughts.

IIRC, Costello more than once ignored the DA question(s) in front of the Grand Jury. Costello INJECTED his observations, knowledge of Cohen’s instability, lies…

pat frederick

wow! thanks kal!


The purpose of a grand jury is to determine whether there is enough evidence to bring criminal charges to trial and to prevent oppressive prosecution by the English crown through a citizens’ hearing prior to actual prosecution.
More info in the Grand jury Britannica article.

In other words the D.A. ALREADY questions whether he has ENOUGH evidence to bring charges … it’s ALL political … to smear Trump … try him in the media

Americans are really dumbed down … they’ve already BOUGHT that Trump is guilty and should go to jail.

We already live in a fascist State …

pat frederick

hi phoenix!
we miss you!
hope you are well!


Hi Pat … miss you too … not enough hours in the day… yes thank you, I am well … and hope the same is true for you and hubby 😉

pat frederick

we’re good, thanks!


Soros-Backed Bragg’s Bogus Case Falling Apart Due to “Major Dissention” in DA’s Office | The Gateway Pundit


FOX News is reporting that the cancellation of the grand jury may be due to the corrupt DA’s office

Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg’s office has “canceled” the grand jury meeting that was scheduled to take place Wednesday as part of the investigation into former President Trump, amid speculation of a possible indictment, two sources familiar told Fox News.

The grand jury was slated to meet Wednesday and was expected to hear from at least one additional witness, but Fox News has learned that Bragg’s office “canceled” the proceedings.

The grand jury was notified Wednesday morning, and was placed “on standby” for Thursday, a source told Fox News.

Despite rumors of a potential imminent indictment, sources familiar told Fox News Digital that Trump has not been formally notified about whether Bragg actually plans to bring charges against him.

Sources told Fox News, though, that there remains a real chance that Bragg does not choose to indict the former president.

Bragg, when he took over as district attorney in January 2022, stopped pursuing charges against Trump and suspended the investigation “indefinitely,” according to one of the top prosecutors who resigned from the office in protest.

Prosecutors Mark Pomerantz and Carey Dunne, who had been leading the investigation under former DA Cyrus Vance, submitted their resignations after Bragg began raising doubts about pursuing a case against Trump.

The possible charges stem from the $130,000 hush-money payment that then-Trump lawyer Michael Cohen made to adult film star Stormy Daniels, whose legal name is Stephanie Clifford, in the weeks leading up to the 2016 presidential election in exchange for her silence about an alleged sexual encounter with Trump in 2006.

Federal prosecutors in the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Southern District of New York opted out of charging Trump related to the Stormy Daniels payment in 2019, even as Cohen implicated him as part of his plea deal. The Federal Election Commission also tossed its investigation into the matter in 2021.


Trump New York Grand Jury Wednesday Session Canceled After Bombshell Report DA Bragg Withheld Evidence | The Gateway Pundit

“The Walls Are Closing In” – MSNBC Panel of Cultists Salivate Over Potential Trump Indictment Today… Then the Grand Jury Session Gets Canceled (VIDEO) | The Gateway Pundit

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Refreshing. Thanks and agrees raise rates.


Larry’s latest is a guest column:

22 March 2023 by Bob Bishop 

The FDIC reported it had insurance reserves of $125.5 billion last December, covering $10.1 trillion of insured deposits while leaving $7.7 trillion in deposits that exceed the coverage exposed. The insurance fund can only resolve a regional bank’s discrete failure but not a system-wide failure. As a result, the FDIC was forced to fully insure deposits over $250,000 for Silicon Valley and Signature Banks to prevent the FDIC insurance fund’s insolvency and to stem depositor bank runs of regional banks. Conveniently it protected the coastal elite’s substantial uninsured funds at those banks. However, U.S. Treasurer Janet Yellen does not consider community and rural banks systemically important.



ICUMI … Larry’s column yesterday:

21 March 2023 by Larry Johnson 80 Comments

There are moment in time that change the world. Hitler’s invasion of the Soviet Union on 22 June 1941 was one of those. The Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor on 7 December 1941 was another as was 9 November 1989, when the wall in Berlin, Germany, erected by the Soviets, was torn down. And you have witnessed another one today, with Russia and China signing historic, unprecedented agreements.

Prior to 1642, Russia and China had no diplomatic or military interaction.

From 1652 to 1689, China’s armies drove the Russian settlers out, but after 1689, China and Russia made peace and established trade agreements.

In the intervening 334 years, China and Russia never established a de facto alliance. At times that were at odds and, during the last 50 years, U.S. policy made it a priority to keep a wedge between Moscow and Beijing. That is over. China and Russia are now allies, with China being the largest industrial power in the world and Russia the largest supplier of critical commodities. Their political union marks the end of Pax Americana and the U.S. domination of the international order.

Pay close attention to the joint-statement of Vladimir Putin and Xi Jinping:



USA just took another nose-dive plunge with that.

bye bye felice


Barb Meier

Breaking News – Newsmax coming back to Directv:


This is interesting.
Ghost Lake Set to Reappear as California Hit by Rain
A lake that dried up 80 years ago looked set on Tuesday to reappear, as monster rainfall accumulated over California’s wet winter season overwhelms the state’s rivers.


We are in the middle of another big storm. All the reservoirs and ponds i have nearby are overflowing. Theres a city pond thats so full the sidewalk around it is underwater.


Take care Gil … praying for you and yours


Oh clearing up. Had to clear drains frequently yesterday and it looks like the storm is breaking up atm.


Wow! It’s hard to believe you are talking about California!

Please take care.

I will add my prayers to the rest.


CA is in the news too much as it is, for unhappy reasons. Best to not discuss it nonstop. 🙊


From one of my favorite movies, Holes:


Below is a link to a Xinhuanet posting and a quote

The quote

TAIYUAN, March 20 (Xinhua) — Archaeologists have unearthed the foundations of two houses dating back 5,500 years in north China’s Shanxi Province.The house foundations were found at an archaeological site in Xinghuacun Township in Fenyang City and traced back to the middle period of the Yangshao culture, according to the provincial institute of cultural relics and archaeology.

The Yangshao culture, dating back 5,000 to 7,000 years, was a Neolithic culture that originated along the middle reaches of the Yellow River.

The two house foundations, both halfway underground, were found in varying sizes. The larger site covers about 39 square meters, and the smaller one covers around 30 square meters.

These homes show toilets in the picture……5-7K years ago but the West thinks they are more civilized….sigh


that fool is really crossing a line there !

highly dangerous …and is it also libelous ??

what could possibly go wrong with that, right ?


this nation has lost its mind, out of control, AI is wicked.

that is repulsive.


Agree AI will be the worst thing we’ve seen so far, imo. So far. Yet to be seen the future power of AI


Like terminator, seriously.


It’s going to “think” it’s way right past humans


Yep. God help us if it can act on it.


I went to the hairdresser yesterday … conversation came up about ‘the mess the country is in’ (I’m paying her, I’ll talk about what I want to talk about, thank you)

Me: ‘Crooks are in office

Her: Yes, and another one who was in office is trying to get back in, but he will be arrested …

Me: The news is a lie… he’s not a crook … don’t listen to their lies

Guess what: The constant lies from the media work … the programming can’t be undone…

They believe the words they hear on TV and pictures they see …

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Yes, the entrenched Trump derangement is almost impossible to eradicate at this point. The true believers are deaf to truth