Covert War of Intelligence?
On the 28th of March, the United States Strategic Command (STRATCOM) posted on its official Twitter feed the computer cipher message: “;l;;gmlxzssaw". Nearly 8-hours later, STRATCOM posted another message below it stating: “Apologies for any confusion…Please disregard this post”.
Regarding the message “;l;;gmlxzssaw”, the cipher may be a character encoding using ASCII whose true message is “059 108 059 059 103 109 108 120 122 115 115 097 119 013 010”
Rumors from an unreliable source have identified it as an obsolete nuclear launch code from 1963. What is it really?
See for yourself here:
Someone put it into a cryptogram solver and it came up with "Q Acquitted".
China is where the world goes to run illegal and dangerous biological experiments:
China’s performs no-holds-barred experiments, often involving Western scientists. It is known the Communist Party-state has been carrying out all kinds of dangerous and ethically controversial research which is often not allowed in Western countries.
Some scientists attempt to dodge regulation or ethical considerations by "outsourcing" controversial experiments to labs in China. Human-monkey hybrids, souped-up viruses, head transplants and gene editing are just some of the tests known to have been carried out by Chinese scientists. Other experiments on animals and with human genes also are frowned upon in the West, so may be shipped out to China to dodge regulatory or ethical considerations.
"German scientist Dr Roland Wiesendanger, from the University of Hamburg, told The Sun Online: "It is inexcusable and irresponsible that some countries of the Western world —like the US, but also Germany and other European countries — are 'outsourcing' risky biotechnological research to countries like China.
"In some cases, this is even done because ethical rules which exist in most parts of Europe would prohibit some classes of biotechnological research to be conducted in the home countries."
China is also planning to build up to seven more high security labs - the same as the Wuhan Institute of Virology (WIV) - by 2025 as the Communist state seeks to establish itself as a biotech superpower.
Chinese scientists are known to have been carrying out research to tinker with viruses to make them more infectious. Known as "gain of function" experiments, they were originally banned in the US in 2014 - but were reintroduced by the National Institutes of Health (NIH) in 2017.
NIH had funded this dangerous research in the WIV through a grant to the EcoHealth Alliance.
Dr Wiesendanger told The Sun Online a virus tinkered with in the lab could be even more devastating than Covid - potentially with a death rate of up to 80 per cent.
He said: "Current biotechnological methods, as used in gain-of-function-experiments, could potentially be used to combine properties of viruses with a very high human-to-human transmission rate and a very high death rate.
Chinese scientists grew the world's first ever human-monkey hybrid back in 2019 under the watch of researchers from Spain and the US - which was dubbed a "humanzee" or "chimp-man-zee".
The experiment spliced together genes to grow a monkey with human cells in tests to see whether human organs could be grown from transplant using stem cells.
Italian scientist Sergio Canavero has been carrying out head transplant experiments with Dr Ren Xiaoping at Harbin Medical University, China. Ultimately, they want to carry out the world's first human head transplant on a human.
Pictures released of the experiments show a monkey with its head stitched on to its neck, while other images show mice whose spines had been severed being taught to walk again.
Canavero said the monkey was only kept alive for 20 hours after the procedure after they connected up the blood supply between the head and the new body.
The world’s first monkey-pig hybrids were born as part of experiments at the State Key Laboratory of Stem Cell and Reproductive Biology in Beijing. Stem cells from macaque monkeys were grown in a lab and then injected into pig embryos five days after fertilisation - with the aim being to grow human organs in animals.
Chinese scientists "gene hacked" a group of monkeys to make them smarter. The experiment involved exposing monkeys to human genes that affect the development of our brains. Dr James Sikela, of the University of Colorado, said: "The use of transgenic monkeys to study human genes linked to brain evolution is a very risky road to take.
Chinese scientist He Jiankui created the world's first gene-edited babies in 2019 - with his team involved in the births of three spliced tots from two women.
He said he had used a tool called CRISPR to try to disable a gene that allows the AIDS virus to enter a cell, in a bid to give the girls the ability to resist the infection.
About those vaccination passports...
Here is an intelligent interview on vaccines: Science.
Here is a respected virologist who used to work iwhtthe Bill and Meld=inda Gates Foundation who presents his reasoning why this vaccination would lead to a pandemic disaster:
What does the Evergreen Suez grounding have to do with Ghislaine Maxwell?
Borgerson is Maxwell's secret husband, after her matrimonial status was revealed on Tuesday, July 14, as Manhattan prosecutors accused her of purposely hiding her wealth, reports the New York Post.
“The defendant also makes no mention whatsoever about the financial circumstances or assets of her spouse, whose identity she declined to provide to Pretrial Services,” Assistant US Attorney Alison Moe told Manhattan federal Judge Alison Nathan.
Borgerson is linked to the $1million New Hampshire mansion where Maxwell was snared by the FBI.
Bogerson's company Cargometrics is the NSA of global cargo:
An aura of mystery has long surrounded CargoMetrics Technologies, a Boston-based quantitative hedge fund that uses ship-movement data to place market bets and has secured financial backing from private-equity giant Blackstone, famed investor Paul Tudor Jones, Google founder Eric Schmidt, Israeli shipping magnate Idan Ofer, and most recently, Maersk Tankers.
Cargometrics was funded by Eric Schmidt who is high tech in collusion with China:
FORMER GOOGLE CEO Eric Schmidt has defended the company’s plan to build a censored version of its search engine in China.
Google developed a prototype of the censored search engine that was designed to remove content that China’s ruling Communist Party regime deems sensitive. The search engine would have blacklisted thousands of words and phrases, including terms such as “human rights,” “student protest,” and “Nobel Prize” in Mandarin.
The revelations prompted a wave of protests inside and outside of Google, with employees, activists, and prominent lawmakers demanding an end to the project. Google subsequently stated that it had ceased work on Dragonfly and moved employees to new projects.
Prior to its public exposure, Google executives had worked hard to keep Dragonfly secret within the company. Only a few hundred of the company’s 88,000 workforce knew about it. In his BBC interview, Schmidt was questioned on the level of secrecy around the plan and how it squared with Google’s commitments to transparency. The former CEO claimed in response that “certainly the people who were building all these products knew about it.”
A Google employee with knowledge of Dragonfly was angered by Schmidt’s remarks, characterizing them as “bullshit.” The source said that “probably 90 percent of engineers [in Google’s search department] had no idea [about Dragonfly] and were very upset when they learned that their work was contributing to this.”
Cargometics has "TruFreightTM" which exposed people to a lot of financial damage from the blockage.
The Path to 21st Century Freight Futures - a Radical Departure from Today’s Status Quo
We are completely rethinking the way freight markets price themselves and how to digitize a $75B annual physical market that transports 77% of total world trade.
This appears to be a means of trading in prices for transport, and control of transport. Clearly the blockage threw a big financial monkey wrench into the works:
"Expert salvage crews were called in to help with the refloat operation. More than 10 tugboats were on the scene, as well as specialized dredging equipment. More than 20,000 tons of sand and mud were removed during the dredging operation. High tide also contributed to Monday’s successful refloating.
“Today, the Egyptians have succeeded in ending the crisis of the delinquent ship in the Suez Canal despite the tremendous technical complexity that surrounded this process from every side,” Egyptian President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi said Monday in a tweet.
The ship’s refloating means traffic can resume in the Suez Canal. Nearly 19,000 ships passed through the canal during 2020, for an average of 51.5 per day, according to the Suez Canal Authority.
More than 350 vessels are currently waiting on either side of the canal, according to estimates from Leth Agencies. This includes container ships, bulk carriers and oil tankers. As the Ever Given remained lodged last week, some ship operators opted to re-route vessels around the Cape of Good Hope, adding more than a week of additional sailing time, while also increasing fuel costs."
Shipping containers, child sex trafficking, sex blackmail, Ghilaine Maxwell, a secret husband, and an intentional grounding to block the Suez Canal...
A coincidence? More Chinese collaborators are damaged...
Peter Kellner, the richest person in the ex-communist wing of the European Union and owner of PPF Group NV, could find that his Chinese consumer lending business, now with more than $13 billion in assets, will inadvertently become caught up in the spying scandal over Huawei Technologies Co. That’s because PPF’s Czech phone companies are under growing pressure to avoid using the Chinese tech giant to develop its 5G network, making the Home Credit Chinese business a potential target of retaliation.
Olivier Dassault: Huawei and Dassault Systèmes signed cooperation Memorandum of Understanding (MoU), and announced that the two companies are working closely to enable Dassault Systèmes’ 3DEXPERIENCE platform to run on Huawei Cloud.
COVID breeding ground at the border:
Over 4,100 illegal immigrants, more than 3,400 of them unaccompanied children with some as young as 3 years old, were being kept in an overly crowded borderfacility in the Rio Grande Valley on Tuesday.
Two journalists from the Associated Press and a crew from CBS were allowed to visit the facility in Donna, Texas, in the Rio Grande Valley. It’s the first time during the Biden administration that journalists were allowed inside the main border facility for migrant children—the site was intended to hold 250 people.
Almost 50 percent of border patrol agents are now pulled off the line to take care of illegal immigrants, former acting Secretary of Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Chad Wolf told The Epoch Times last week.
They can not patrol the border, which in turn makes it possible for cartels and traffickers to smuggle more people, drugs, and other contraband over, Wolf pointed out.
Journalists also witnessed how CBP agents processed the children. The minors would get a health check, but no COVID-19 test was done unless a child showed symptoms.
The forthcoming social media website from MyPillow’s Mike Lindell will be able to handle more than a billion users, Lindell said this week.
“I believe it will handle upwards of a billion. If it doesn’t, we will get to that capacity. I don’t think that’s exaggerated, by any means,” Lindell told The Epoch Times.
“It’s going to be the safest, secure platform. I built it expecting to be attacked.”
The platform, dubbed Frank, has a landing page but is not operational yet.
Lindell told The Epoch Times’ affiliate NTD on March 11 that the website would be up and running within two weeks. The new hope is to launch as soon as April 5, but no later than April 12.
“The only reason for the delay is, I actually added six more servers in another location. I really want redundancy so I’ve got three different U.S. locations and another hidden one. So I’ve got, if anybody went out there to physically damage my stuff, I wanted a fourth location so that was very important to me,” Lindell told The Epoch Times.
Frank is described as a mix of YouTube and Twitter.
Initially, there is no intention to make money from Frank.
“I put in all my money. I’m not out to make money. Right now I’m out to get the word out for free speech. I want people to go out there, all these influencers, and talk about” election fraud claims, Lindell said. Down the road, advertisements can be added to the platform to help fund it.
One twist the site will have: when people sign up, they’ll automatically follow every influencer. They’ll have the option to stop following influencers whose posts they don’t want to see anymore. “If they like it, they’ll stick with you. If they don’t, they’ll just unsubscribe,” Lindell said.