"There is danger from all men. The only maxim of a free government ought to be to trust no man living with
power to endanger the public liberty." - - - - John Adams

Saturday, July 13, 2024

Saturday Sultress - Agnetha Fältskog

Agneta Åse Fältskog KVO1kl (born 5 April 1950), known as Agnetha Fältskog and Anna Fältskog, is a Swedish singer, songwriter and a member of the pop group ABBA

She first achieved success in Sweden with the release of her 1968 self-titled debut album. She rose to international stardom in the 1970s as a member of ABBA, which is one of the best-selling music acts in history. She is the youngest member of ABBA, and the only one born in the 1950s.

ABBA produced nine studio albums, two live albums, seven compilation albums, four box sets, five video albums, 50 singles, and 43 music videos. 

To date, ABBA have sold more than 150 million records worldwide.

Friday, July 12, 2024

Friday Femmes with Firearms

A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed.


Founder Of Black Panther Party Endorses Trump

Larry Pinkney joins Alex Jones live to break down why President Trump is the best chance America has for restoring our national sovereignty and removing corrupt political powers.


Thursday, July 11, 2024

Lab-grown human BRAINS unveiled by WEF-funded scientists

If you thought some aspects of AI’s capabilities were creepy, brace yourself for FinalSpark's new “Neuroplatform” that is run by lab-grown human brains.

The Swiss tech startup is selling access to biocomputers that use a series of small lab-grown human brains for power, which means they only need “a fraction of the energy required to power a traditional computer.”

Not surprisingly, the scientists’ work is being funded by the globalists at the World Economic Forum.

The new bioprocessing Neuroplatform is powered by these tiny brains, with as many as 16 of them working together to power it. It has already been adopted by nine institutions and is being lauded for its ability to save energy. The company boasts that 16 of these lab-created brains use a million times less power than the traditional silicon chips that power such systems.

Neuroplatform combines hardware, software and biology, and it is considered “wetware” because it involves a biological component. It relies on a setup of Multi-Electrode Arrays (MEAs) that are used to house the 3D masses of brain tissue, with each MEA holding four lab-grown brains interfaced with eight electrodes that both stimulate them and record their data processing.

“If AI has a goal and humanity just happens to be in the way, it will destroy humanity as a matter of course without even thinking about it…It’s just like, if we’re building a road and an anthill just happens to be in the way, we don’t hate ants, we’re just building a road.”
Elon Musk

Enslaved little brains subjected to punishment before being worked to death

However, the fact that these little human brains have been essentially enslaved to run the platform is being largely glossed over. It can be a difficult concept to grasp because it’s so far outside the realm of traditional computing, but the fact remains that thousands of living neurons make up these brains and are being kept alive using a “microfluidics system that supplies water and nutrients for the cells.”

They are calling these brain cells “organoids,” and they are trained to perform the desired tasks with a reward and punishment system. When they act as expected, they are given dopamine as a reward, which is the human neurotransmitter behind pleasure and addiction, while the organoids are exposed to more chaotic stimuli, like irregular electrical activity, when those training them want to punish them – essentially torturing these little brains into obedience.

FinalSpark wants their scary technology to serve as the main energy source for AI given the huge energy inputs required to train and run the technology.

More at NaturalNews.com

"Defense network computers. New... powerful... hooked into everything, trusted to run it all. They say it got smart, a new order of intelligence. Then it saw all people as a threat, not just the ones on the other side. Decided our fate in a microsecond: extermination."

Kyle Reese

Wednesday, July 10, 2024

Warrior Woman Wednesday - The Black Widow

Screw The "News"
I'm Blue Pilling it with Warrior Women

  • Damn, it feels good taking the Blue Pill, ignoring the news and losing myself in SciFi and Fantasy.

  • I say let the War-Pigs burn Ukraine and the Middle East to the fucking ground and start World War III. The liar politicians don't care so why should I give a shit?
  • I refuse to be a puppet on the strings of the corrupt media complex. I will not dance on command to their latest propaganda.

Black Widow (Natalia Alianovna "NatashaRomanova; Russian: Наталья Альяновна "Наташа" Романова) is a character appearing in American comic books published by Marvel Comics. 

Created by editor and plotter Stan Lee, scripter Don Rico, and artist Don Heck, the character debuted in Tales of Suspense #52 (April 1964). The character was introduced as a Russian spy, an antagonist of the superhero Iron Man. She later defected to the United States, becoming an agent of the fictional spy agency S.H.I.E.L.D. and a member of the superhero team the Avengers.

Tuesday, July 9, 2024

Chicago shootings: more than 100 people shot

Chicago's explosive Fourth of July weekend left 19 people dead and more than 100 others wounded in shootings, including multiple mass shootings, across the Windy City in a four-day span, according to police.

The victims included two women, Neekshia Strong, 45, and Capri Edwards, 24, who lost their lives shielding children from gunfire on Independence Day, FOX 32 Chicago reported. Bullets struck all three of the boys with them, ages 5, 8 and 8. One of the boys died.

"There was also a 1-year-old at that location inside the home, who luckily and thankfully was not harmed but was traumatized by the event," Chicago Police Superintendent Larry Snelling told reporters during a Monday morning news briefing.