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May 18Liked by Chet Nagle

Great article. A couple of thoughts. One, note that AI isn't really 'intelligence' in the way humans process information. We call it 'artificial' for a reason. I've sold two AI products now and have spent a lot of time understanding AI. Ultimately, we control AI by the data that we 'train' it with. And contrary to popular fantasies we can absolutely supervise and control it and turn it off any time we want. I'm not scared of it in that sense. What does scare me is humans. Cuz they will use AI to kill their enemies in incredibly efficient and horrifying ways. Our insane elite class long ago decided U.S. academia was a global property the world was entitled to participate in and feast upon, our R&D labs are stuffed with foreign nationals who hate us. Even in govt labs like Los Alamos.

There is a great story from a whistleblower out of Los Alamos from years ago. Foreign nationals were required to wear different colored badge as their access was limited to only certain programs and the badge made it super clear if you were permitted into certain areas. The Chinese scientists complained the loudest and the whacked out PhDs who run the lab agreed and informally the badges were ignored, taken off and generally the rules preventing foreign nationals from access to super highly classified research programs were ignored.

The 'scientific' class is already globalist and post-nationalist. Cuz they are 'smart' they mostly believe the rest of us are ignorant, bigoted troglodytes who can't see the benefits of ignoring national interests and security. They give no thought to such things and in fact, actively attempt to 'diversify' by shoving more and more non-Americans into our R&D labs in academia, govt and private industry. Apples and Google's deals in China are all part of that mindset.

Apple is a Chinese company. Try and actually process that. Tim Cook gave the company to them. Even while Huawei had been stealing from them for almost two decades, down to copying the design of the Apple stores. But hey, I'm just some stupid hayseed who 'loves 'murica' who needs to be eliminated from polite society.

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They control the elections, and now that they’ve established their coup, we won’t have fair elections unless we are able to overthrow the entire global governance. It obviously doesn’t look good for us at this point. But we are legion, a lot of people working on all levels, their toys are all now dumped out on the rug and we know what they’re doing. The first revolution was 20 years in the making and some of its greatest heroes didn’t get on board for quite a while; they had the same pork barrel negotiations with the Continental Congress members as we have now, and if we can take control back of the US it will radically empower the people in other countries who are terrified by what they see happening here right now. It’s winnable if we don’t give up, but apathy is still too great. It’s going to have to get worse before it gets any better. The AI thing stacks the deck in their favor-by a lot.

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Yesterday Dr. Malone posted a substack on Cyborgs using a DOD report from 2019 called Cyborg Soldier 2050: Human/Machine Fusion. I'll just say, don't mess with God's creation. I read a novel sometime in the early 1990s about nano technology. And then there was the rush to use fetus stem cells. Now its AI and transhumanism. I was lucky enough to be born a long, long time ago so I will not be subjected to the future nightmares humanity will be forced to live under all guided by Lucifer.

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As long as the Democrats prevent fair elections and we have administrations like this one in power, there remains no way to deal with this that I can perceive.

I’ve watched technology reduce jobs, good jobs, all of my life. 50 years ago we were asking the question, just because we can, should we? There have obviously been some great technological advancements. Not all of them have been good. Some have been very damaging economically. AI takes it to a new and deadly level. It should have been stopped in its tracks. We did nothing. Here we are. It seems we’ve reached the point of no return.

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