HEADS UP: NUCLEAR ATTACK DRILL SCHEDULED FOR NEW YORK, NEW JERSEY
Operation "Gotham Shield"
The dates are sketchy, but they all fall between April 24 and April 27. The attack drill will be for a 10-kiloton nuke. Ham operators are asked to participate. Part of the drill will be for a nuclear EMP-triggered blackout with a 12-mile radius (that's a realistic radius). My beef against the EMP hoax is that if you are close enough to be affected by the EMP, you are cooked anyway.
The last time any drill of this sort was run was on 9/11: HEADS UP, FOLKS!
Numerous questions and comments about EMP
EMP, when stated to be EMP, is a low-frequency pulse from a nuke. When people say "EMP WEAPONS", it is not being stated properly. These should be called electronic warfare weapons which put out continuous energy, not only a single pulse, and are very effective.
The difference: EMP from a nuke or specific EMP-producing explosive device lasts only from 1 - 5 microseconds. There is not enough time for such a short pulse to heat up and blow the protection circuits in modern devices. Total energy delivered is a function of time and amplitude. At around 2 microseconds for an average nuclear EMP, there is simply not enough time for a large amount of total energy to be delivered.
On the other hand, when people talk about Russia jamming an American warship (the USS Donald Cook), it is a far better electronic warfare tech being used, which involves extremely powerful radio transmissions of unlimited duration, and as a result far more overall power can be delivered. HOWEVER, though it has in the past shut down all the electronics on a U.S. warship, whatever Russia used still did not destroy the electronics. Once the Russians stopped jamming, everything on the warship returned to normal.
The U.S. has a higher-powered version of the same tech the Russians used to jam the Donald Cook. This tech involves generating huge amounts of power by placing magnets on the turbines of a jet engine, and having them induce a current into coils that surround the jet engine. It basically turns the jet engine into a large generator. Millions of watts. This becomes the power source for an extremely powerful microwave transmitter in the nose of the plane, that will fry anything in its path. Rabbits, birds, and other small animals that get caught in the signal immediately burst into flame. People who get caught in the signal path also die, and those on the fringes get permanent eye damage in the form of cataracts. This tech was used during the second Gulf War, and left a lot of Iraqis with damaged eyesight. There were also numerous reports of melted tanks and melted sand in Iraq, and at the time I suspected it was this type of weapons system that did it.
As usual, this is just my opinion, based on research anyone can do.
This one will be very short. My recent paper on Harry Styles made me wonder where Justin Timberlake came from. Why? Because Timberlake has managed to stay famous longer than is normal for boyband singers. When I jokingly wondered whether Styles would make it past 26, it made me think of Timberlake, who definitely has. Yes, Timberlake is good in SNL skits, but we can tell it is his connections that have been crucial. How did he get in Nsync and SNL skits to start with?
Well, it isn't that hard to discover. Timberlake's stepmother is a Perry, immediately connecting him to top families. So he is probably related to Katy Perry, Taylor Swift, and that lot. His mother is a Bomar and a Joyner. If we search on Bomar, we find Benjamin Franklin Bomar, second mayor of Atlanta. He was also the founder of its first newspaper, the Daily Intelligencer. Note the name. In his genealogy, we find gold, including the names Hurt, Russell, Westmoreland, Hicks, Wood, Foster and Fielding.
Remember, Timberlake was in the Mickey Mouse Club with Keri Russell. Christina Aguilera was also in the Club at the same time, and her mother is Shelly Fidler. They tell us Shelly was of German, Irish, Dutch, and Welsh ancestry. Maybe, but she was still Jewish. Fidler is a variation of Fiedler, and it is Jewish. Think Arthur Fiedler, Boston Pops. His mother is scrubbed everywhere, but one place admits he was Jewish. But Wiki gives us proof, with a little digging. See quarterback Jay Fiedler, who they admit is Jewish. He was inducted into the National Jewish Museum Sports Hall of Fame in 2002. On the same page, they admit he is related to Arthur Fiedler. Despite that, many websites try to deny Arthur Fiedler was Jewish. Also go to Adolf Gottlieb Fiedler, major cloth merchant of Saxony and Poland in the 1800s. Also remember that Aguilera named her son Liron, which is a Hebrew name. She married Jordan Bratman, admitted to be Jewish. Her mother descends from Bonnetts, which are the French equivalent of the English Bennetts.
Think of Lisa Bonet, another variant spelling, being a sort of Spanish equivalent. She is Jewish. I will be told that is through her mother, Arlene Litman, but they don't tell you her father is also Jewish. You will say, "But he is black!" Yep, blacks can be Jewish, and the famous ones often are. We have seen them in other papers. Plus, who did Lisa Bonet marry? Lenny Kravitz, Jewish. He is both a Kravitz and a Roker. This connects them to Al Roker, and tells us he may be Jewish as well. Roker's mother is given at Wikipedia, but only as Isabel, with no last name. A red flag.
Bonet's father was an opera singer, so he wasn't your average black guy in any way. He is scrubbed at Geni, with no parents given, but he may be related to the Castros. I found another Allen Bonet, and in his relative list are several Castros. This may link them to Jose Ortega Bonet of Cuba, founder of Goya Foods. Before that, the Bonets came from Spain, same as Castro. We may assume they were all Marranos. Remember, Castro admitted he was Jewish.
The campaign promises were grandiose just like the candidate. Donald Trump wooed millions of American voters with his pledge to "make America great again." He promised a $1 trillion infrastructure plan to revitalize the de facto depressed national economy. He promised to bring jobs back from China, Mexico and elsewhere by renegotiating major trade deals or scotching them entirely as with the Trans-Pacific Partnership of the Obama era, a scheme which Trump rightly said would take even more American jobs. After 100 days in office what are the prospects that his economic program will bring positive changes to Americans?
Dismal to put it mildly. Of course that should come as no shock to anyone taking a closer look at who is Trump, or more correctly his transition team brought in to run White House economic policy.
That Dubious Wall Street Economics Team
The top economic and financial position in the Trump Cabinet is held by of Steve Mnuchin, Secretary of the Treasury, a veteran Wall Street banker for 17 years at Goldman Sachs. As an undergraduate at Yale University, for those interested in occult matters, Mnuchin was inducted into the bizarre Skull & Bones secret society in 1985, the same secret society where George H.W. Bush and George W. Bush were initiates.
After leaving Goldman Sachs, Mnuchin was several times a business partner with notorious convicted hedge fund insider trader, George Soros, the putative 'Daddy' Warbucks today of CIA and USAID regime change NGOs around the world.
Both Mnuchin and Soros, with other investors, made a literal killing on the ravages of the US sub-prime real estate collapse. They bought bankrupt California mortgage lender IndyMac from the US Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation during the 2008 sub-prime mortgage crisis at a bargain price. Mnuchin was severely criticized as owner and CEO of IndyMac for making money by foreclosing aggressively on homes at a rate double the norms of the banking industry. He was sued over questionable foreclosures, and settled several cases for millions of dollars. He violated the Fair Housing Act by not lending money to African Americans, Hispanics, and Asians. If we are to believe him, he told the financial TV CNBC last November it would be the Trump administration’s job to "make sure that the average American has wage increases and good jobs."
San Francisco’s News-Casts Have Lost So Many Viewers For Broadcasting “Fake News” and Propaganda That They Have To Use Fake Viewers To Sell Ads
• San Francisco’s local news station editors, writers and news readers spin every story in order to protect their corporate friends. • No news is reported without a sponsored slant. • Millions of fake viewers are created by the local station ad sales departments. • Talking Head news readers look like 1970’s to modern media users
Bay Area news shows use fancy software to create fake viewers in order to sell air to advertisers. In one “Adver-faking” system, a request is sent to the URL received from livestreamer. It makes it look like a real person is watching the live stream. A Python script gets and builds news cast viewing tokens and queries using a HEAD request to mimic a viewer using the lowest amount of bandwidth possible.
To fake 1000 users using this script only took about 200 KB/sec – a ridiculously low amount of bandwidth. In fact, opening one live stream in the web browser would use more bandwidth than that.
Here are some results:
One person decided to see the maximum number of viewers they could fake on a home system. They spun up the script on the best hardware they had, and here are the results:
Strangely enough, when there are thousands of fake viewers, the bottleneck actually switches back to the network from the CPU. This time, however, the issue isn’t bandwidth. It’s the number of requests that are being sent out. His network throttled the number of packets per machine, and he simply couldn’t send enough requests out fast enough. The server bureaus for the San Francisco TV stations can send millions of requests and fake up to a billion fake viewers.
Electrical pollution from cell phones and WiFi may be hazardous
By Michael Segell Prevention updated 1/18/2010 12:35:07 PM ET
In 1990, the city of La Quinta, CA, proudly opened the doors of its sparkling new middle school. Gayle Cohen, then a sixth-grade teacher, recalls the sense of excitement everyone felt: "We had been in temporary facilities for 2 years, and the change was exhilarating."
But the glow soon dimmed.
One teacher developed vague symptoms — weakness, dizziness — and didn't return after the Christmas break. A couple of years later, another developed cancer and died; the teacher who took over his classroom was later diagnosed with throat cancer. More instructors continued to fall ill, and then, in 2003, on her 50th birthday, Cohen received her own bad news: breast cancer.
"That's when I sat down with another teacher, and we remarked on all the cancers we'd seen," she says. "We immediately thought of a dozen colleagues who had either gotten sick or passed away."
By 2005, 16 staffers among the 137 who'd worked at the new school had been diagnosed with 18 cancers, a ratio nearly 3 times the expected number. Nor were the children spared: About a dozen cancers have been detected so far among former students. A couple of them have died.
Prior to undergoing her first chemotherapy treatment, Cohen approached the school principal, who eventually went to district officials for an investigation. A local newspaper article about the possible disease cluster caught the attention of Sam Milham, MD, a widely traveled epidemiologist who has investigated hundreds of environmental and occupational illnesses and published dozens of peer-reviewed papers on his findings. For the past 30 years, he has trained much of his focus on the potential hazards of electromagnetic fields (EMFs) — the radiation that surrounds all electrical appliances and devices, power lines, and home wiring and is emitted by communications devices, including cell phones and radio, TV, and WiFi transmitters.
His work has led him, along with an increasingly alarmed army of international scientists, to a controversial conclusion: The "electrosmog" that first began developing with the rollout of the electrical grid a century ago and now envelops every inhabitant of Earth is responsible for many of the diseases that impair — or kill — us.
The case against EMFs
Cancer and electricity
The evidence showing harm is overwhelming
Fears about the hazards of cell phones seem justified
Other countries are revising exposure standards
Electrical hypersensitivity (EHS) is becoming more widespread