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History of Israeli tech domination

Israel microchip
© National Vanguard
Israel gets most of its lifeblood from the US through foreign aid or stealing. A prime example of this is the Apollo affair, where Israel stole enriched uranium from the US to build their infamous nuclear weapons program through suspected Mossad agent, Zalman Shapiro, along with four Israeli intelligence agents, including Rafi Eitan, who visited NUMEC periodically between 1965 and 1970. This is how Israel operates.

However, the alt-media does not go further than the Apollo affair. They don't report on the much deeper and more consequential Israeli thieving of US high technology through the Talpiot Program and Unit 8200. Billions of dollars are being sucked out of the US economy through government contracts to Israeli technology and cybersecurity companies like Amdocs, which has access to all US telephone records through the NSA, and Comverse Infosys, which has access to all NSA electronic tapping equipment. Essentially, Israel runs the national security state. Israeli companies can spy on you. Where did they get the capability to become world leaders in the technology sector? The United States.

Comment: If you are 'in bed' with liars, you are being lied to. Perhaps Israel also has a siphon operation tied to the Pentagon budget (the missing billions?)...who knows.


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The top five rigged US presidential elections

John F. Kennedy
© Reuters
Jacqueline and then-Senator John F. Kennedy in Hyannisport, Massachusetts, on June 27, 1953. Fred Lucas quotes The Washington Post: "There was a cemetery where the names on the tombstones were registered and voted. I remember a house. It was completely gutted. There was nobody there. But there were 56 votes for Kennedy in that house."
This article first appeared on The Daily Signal.

In the 2016 presidential election, one candidate is warning about voter fraud, while another proclaims Russians are interfering. It's not the first time contenders have alleged some form of a "rigged" election.

Tuesday in the Rose Garden, President Barack Obama dismissed concerns of fraud.
I have never seen in my lifetime, or in modern political history, any presidential candidate trying to discredit the elections process before votes have even taken place. It's unprecedented.

There is no serious person out there who would suggest somehow that you could even rig America's elections, in part because they are so decentralized and the number of votes that are cast. There is no evidence that has happened in the past, or instances that will happen this year.
While such complaints have been rare before votes were cast, they were very prominent in certain presidential elections, as was evidence that votes weren't always counted properly.

In my book, Tainted by Suspicion: The Secret Deals and Electoral Chaos of Disputed Presidential Elections, I write about some of the most controversial presidential elections that left large segments of the population believing their president was selected instead of elected. In two elections, the aftermath nearly led to mass violence.

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Evolution of market economy in Ancient Greece revealed in pollen study

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Satyrs making wine, Dionysian bas-relief from altar of unknown date, National Archaeological Museum of Athens
Influential economists such as Karl Marx and Max Weber, for example, argued that although markets existed in antiquity, economies in which structures of production and distribution responded to the laws of supply and demand developed only as recently as the 19th century.

A recent study by an international team of researchers, including Adam Izdebski of the Max Planck Institute for the Science of Human History, uses palynology - the study of pollen remains extracted from cored sediments - to challenge this belief and provide evidence for an integrated market economy existing in ancient Greece.

Market integration began earlier than assumed

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MindMatters: Picking Matthew Ehret's Brain: How Darwinism Took Over the World, and Why Ertugrul Is Awesome

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When looking at the news, the best analysis quite often comes with a fair bit of 'dot connecting'. Ideally, we seek to understand our world and the major events unfolding as deeply as possible, but we're too often served a dish of two-dimensional news that furthers our knowledge just so much and not much more. So when a writer in the alternative news world manages to draw upon history, philosophy, science, and any number of other areas and disciplines - broadening our perspective in the process - we notice.

This week on MindMatters we are joined by just such a voice: author and lecturer Matthew Ehret. Matthew is like the college prof you wish you had, enlivening his knowledge base with an infectious enthusiasm and command of the relevant facts. A veritable plethora of subject matter is on the table: Darwin and Malthus, Planck and Einstein, Kepler's genius, the retrograde motion of Mars, the nature of conspiracies, and why you need to watch Resurrection: Ertugrul. Join us this week as the owner and contributor of the Canadian Patriot and the Rising Tide Foundation reminds us that academic-level research need not be a dry and listless affair, but can expand our world views in ways not previously anticipated.


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Archaeology

New parts of Herod's palace revealed, including 300-seat personal theater

herod palace excavation theater
© Menahem Kahana / AFP
An aerial view of the Herodium fortress, November 24, 2020m with the King Herod’s tomb site and the theatrerbuilt by Herod the Great in 23-15 BCE in the Judaean desert, southeast of Bethlehem
Israeli authorities are set to unveil previously off-limits structures within King Herod's palace-fortress Herodium, which the tyrannical Roman-era leader interred as his enormous burial plot.

Herodium, a hugely popular tourism destination, is near Bethlehem in the West Bank but falls in an area where Israel exercises full military and civilian control.

Archaeologists say Herod decided toward the end of his life to bury his palace, using ground from below the hill it was perched upon, until the outline of the structure was no longer visible.

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Why China is NOT your enemy (and what really controls Canada and the US deep state)

deep state
© Canadian Patriot Review
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Is China truly the enemy of the west or is there a major psy-op underway to deflect attention from the actual causal hand of British intelligence and direct the attention of fools towards "evil totalitarian China"?

The fact that George Soros explicitly attacked the two greatest threats to his vision for a one world "open society" on January 24, 2020 at Davos as 1) Xi Jinping's China and 2) Trump's USA should be a clue to the answer to the question.

In this presentation delivered to members of the Canada-based GTW Thrive Townhall, the history of British intelligence operations are discussed from the rise of Cecil Rhodes' Roundtable movement under Lord Milner and its permeation of foreign targets starting with the USA with the creation of the Council on Foreign Relations in 1923. We discuss the efforts by British intelligence asset Henry Kissinger whose vision for a Gang of Four-controlled China were opposed by patriotic forces loyal to Zhou Enlai's vision for an anti-colonial/pro-development China more in alignment with the post WWII vision of FDR and JFK.

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New evidence that Neandertals buried their dead

Reconstruction of the child's burial by Neandertals at La Ferrassie.
© Emmanuel Roudier
Reconstruction of the child's burial by Neandertals at La Ferrassie.
Was burial of the dead practiced by Neandertals or is it an innovation specific to our species? There are indications in favour of the first hypothesis but some scientists remain sceptical. For the first time in Europe, however, a multi-disciplinary team led by researchers at the CNRS and the Muséum national d'histoire naturelle (France) and the University of the Basque Country (Spain)1 has demonstrated, using a variety of criteria, that a Neandertal child was buried, probably around 41,000 years ago, at the Ferrassie site (Dordogne). Their study is published in the journal Scientific Reports on 9th December 2020.

Dozens of buried Neandertal skeletons have been discovered in Eurasia, leading some scientists to deduce that, like us, Neandertals buried their dead. Other experts have been sceptical, however, given that the majority of the best-preserved skeletons, found at the beginning of the 20th century, were not excavated using modern archaeological techniques.

It is within this framework that an international team1 led by paleoanthropologists Antoine Balzeau (CNRS and Muséum national d'histoire naturelle, France) and Asier Gómez-Olivencia (University of the Basque Country, Spain), analysed a human skeleton from one of the most famous Neandertal sites in France: the La Ferrassie rock shelter, Dordogne. After six Neandertal skeletons were discovered at the beginning of the 20th century, the site delivered a seventh between 1970 and 1973, belonging to a child of around two years old. For almost half a century, the collections associated with this specimen remained unexploited in the archives of the Musée d'archéologie nationale.

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Hidden network of Amazonian villages discovered by archaeologists

Amazon LIDAR Scan
© Iriarte et al, Journal of Computer Applications in Archaeology, 2020
Using remote laser scanners mounted on helicopters, archaeologists have been able to peer below the forest canopy of the Amazon, revealing the layouts and links of ancient villages laid out like clock faces.

While these so-called mound villages had been spotted before, the new surveying technology has revealed exactly how they were organised at scale, and the data were gathered without the need for laborious work and excavation on the ground.

The findings were made possible through LIDAR scanning technology - the same long-distance, depth-sensing technique that's found in various forms in self-driving cars and even in the newest iPhones from Apple.

"LIDAR has allowed us to detect these villages, and their features such as roads, which wasn't possible before because most are not visible within the best satellite data available," says archaeologist José Iriarte, from the University of Exeter in the UK.

Instead of working from mound to mound, as has happened in the past, the researchers were able to see the layouts of entire villages and the connections between them, via a RIEGL VUX-1 UAV LIDAR sensor monitoring the forest from above.

Blue Planet

Adapt 2030: Overlapping cycles of the ages, floods and civilization

Cycles of the ages
© YouTube/Adapt 2030 (screen capture)
What are the chances that mega-floods centre around 1440 year cycles which are part of the 360 year Grand Solar Minimum cycle that are part of the 11,500 year cycle and the changes of ages with Jupiter and Saturn all in December 2020. This is truly a reset of the ages.


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Neanderthal Y chromosome is much closer to modern humans than thought

Hominid skull
© Science Photo Library / Trueba, Javier / MSF Partager
Hominid skulls from Sima de los Huesos (Spain), where thousands of bones and bone fragments have been unearthed since the site was discovered in 1984.

DNA analysis has revealed that, between 150,000 and 350,000 years ago, the Y chromosome of the Neanderthals was totally replaced by that of a population from which Homo sapiens is descended.


The evolutionary history of the human lineage is a huge puzzle with many missing pieces. However, the picture is gradually becoming clearer, as new fossils are unearthed and their genes analysed. Sequencing this ancient DNA has, for instance, shown that around 2% of the sequences in the genome of today's Eurasian populations come from Neanderthals.

This legacy shows that hybridisation between these hominids and modern humans (Homo sapiens) was under way some 50,000 years ago, when the two species lived side by side in Europe. Ancient DNA also helped scientists clarify the relationship between today's humans, Neanderthals and Denisovans. "Separation took place about 700,000 years ago, with, on the one hand, the lineage that gave rise to Homo sapiens and, on the other, a sister group comprising the Denisovans in Asia and the Neanderthals in Europe," says Isabelle Crevecœur, a palaeoanthropologist from the University of Bordeaux's PACEA1 laboratory.