Arms Race – Editorial, The Week in Review

Analysis, Commentary, Opinion
02.02.2019

Arms Race

Russia has been in violation of the INF treaty for years.

This is what I he heard from every credible analyst, there is no doubt about it.

So T-Rump wants to let them out of the treaty altogether, he does not want to try and bring them into compliance, he wants to let them off the hook.

Do you think this is one of the things that Putin and T-Rump have been talking about in their private meetings; dismantling NATO, undoing arms control treaties?

I do.

Trump has publicly stated his desire to use nuclear weapons, “why have them,” he said, “if you are not going to use them?”

Back in the ‘80’s, when the whole world was still terrified at the prospect of nuclear war, my sensei, Clifford “Chick” Moody, of the Inner Truth School of Self Defense, he used to say:

There is no money in nuclear war, but there is a whole lot of money to be made into scaring people into believing that there could be…and then accidents happen.

Reflect on this video from with Music by Sun Ra, Nuclear War, Kiss Your Ass Goodbye.

This move by T-Rump, will make us less safe, and it will make us poorer as a nation.

The man has idea what he is doing, playing the sucker for Vladimir Putin, who has probably convinced him that it would be a great idea if the United States were free to develop new nuclear weapons technologies.

We can have a big ol’ nuclear arms party!

This move will go down as the most consequential betrayal of the America and the world, by this administration.

Listen to President Dwight D. Eisenhower in his farewell address, the Supreme Allied Commander of World War II.

Listen and remember.

Emergence 3.0 – Section Five (a), Jim; Appendix Part One, Secrets; Chapter Two, Planning

Emergence 3.0
A Novel – In One Page Per Day
Saturday, February 2nd, 2019

Chapter Two: Planning

Jim studied, he planned.

He understood that he needed to use the strengths of the Continuum against it; its technology, and the vast interconnected network it relied on for control of the membership, the Observer Corps and the Empire.

He had to be secretive, which meant immeasurable years of slow preparation, utilizing the skills he had developed through his return from the great sleep to insert subtle bits of code into the root systems of the Collective, codes that allowed him access to the machinery of HomeWorld.

He needed to be everywhere, like the Continuum itself, he needed access to every subsystem. There was not a single thing that the Continuum touched that he could ignore. With the greatest degree of patience he pushed through all of the mechana of world governance.

The networks he inserted himself into revealed the weaknesses of the Continuum.

They exposed to him the things that the Continuum gave the greatest attention to, what it was hungry for, its appetites and curiosities.

Understanding these things was crucial, through them Jim began to be able to predict the agenda that the Continuum was working toward. He came to understand its individuality as a distinct identity apart from the Collective which formed the basis of its unconscious.

Jim exploited those appetites.

He took advantage of those fears.

He tested the Continuum again and again, playing out scenarios throughout the Empire. Using the real lives of ordinary people to prove his theories and to probe the depths of the Continuum’s liabilities.

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