Wednesday, March 22, 2017

News Tip: How Silicon Valley Billionaires Rig Presidential Elections - Corporate Sustainability Is An Oxymoron That Does Not Benefit Shareholders Or Employees

Source: Public Interest Group

In the mid 2000s, trillions of dollars of foreign mining schemes for lithium, indium, cobalt, uranium, copper, etc., were being traded for political campaign financing and Silicon Valley internet "social media engineering" which was used to rig presidential elections.

The DOE, CIA, USAID, DOT, EPA and other agencies were infected with corruption to attempt this scheme. The scheme was backed by Silicon Valley "cleantech" billionaires in exchange for monopolies and profits. Those who reported the scheme were attacked and also defamed with media hit-jobs. These are reports from investigations, Congress and law enforcement on those uses of electronic automated election manipulation traded for crony government payola deals:

WHO PAYS FOR AND COORDINATES THE SILICON ELECTION RIGGING:

Eric Schmidt
Jared Cohen
Larry Page
Mark Zuckerberg
John Doerr
Ray Lane
Tom Perkins
Elon Musk
John Podesta
Vinod Khosla
Steve Spinner
Steve Westly
George Soros
Cheryl Sandberg
David Plouffe and their associates

WHAT ARE THE TACTICS AND TECHNOLOGIES THAT GOOGLE, FACEBOOK, TWITTER AND THEIR LOBBYISTS USE TO RIG ELECTIONS?:

• Hired Trolls with huge clone farms of tablets they use to pretend to be different users online.
• Use of your SS# to contain a single psychological data file and psych analysis of you based on anything you touch online, in order to calculate the best way to manipulate you for votes.
• Automated Troll server farms
• Off-Shore Troll server farms
• Chinese High Volume Fake Account Suppliers
• Synchronized Character Assassinations
• Massive Fake User Replicators In Order To Trick Advertisers Into Thinking Real People Are Using Twitter, Google, etc.
• Bot Farms of Hundreds of Thousands of Servers
• Gawker Media Fake News Organizations
• Hired Fake Comment Producers
• Automated Fake Comment Producers
• DNS Faker Routers
• IMEI Re-Write High Density Chip Boards
• Sting-Ray Interception and Analysis
• Google's Control of Most Web Data for Covert "Mood Manipulation"
• While Google and Facebook rig their algorithms and search filters to manipulate results and censor news, they have also purchased, or contracted, the following products which they use for political manipulation:

• Dataminr directly licenses a stream of data from Twitter to spot trends and detect emerging threats to a Candidate who has promised payola to the Silicon Valley billionaires.
• Geofeedia collects geotagged social media messages to monitor activists locations in real time.
• PATHAR mines social media to determine networks of association and track Alt-Right people to their friends
• TransVoyant analyzes data points to deliver insights and predictions about global events and apply them to your political intentions.
• Aquifi, 3D vision software solutions makes a real-time graph of how the public's mood is
• Beartooth, Decentralized mobile network allows activists to be spied on
• Palantir, Predicts how to manipulate the mood of the public for campaign speeches
• CliQr, Hybrid cloud management platform. Big data exploration, visualization, and analytics platform for public political analysis and social media manipulation.
• CloudPassage, On-demand, automated infrastructure Big data exploration, visualization, and analytics platform for public political analysis and social media manipulation.
• Databricks, Cloud-hosted big data analytics and processing platform. Big data exploration, visualization, and analytics platform for public political analysis and social media manipulation.
• Dataminr, Situational awareness and analysis at the speed of social media. Big data exploration, visualization, and analytics platform for public political analysis and social media manipulation.
• Docker, Open platform to build, ship, and run distributed applications for big data exploration, visualization, and analytics platform for public political analysis and social media manipulation.
• Echodyne, Next-generation electronically scanning your mobile devices for political comments.
• Epiq Solutions, Software-defined radio platforms and applications for tracking public mobile devices.
• Geofeedia, Location-based social media monitoring platform for big data exploration, visualization, and analytics platform for public political analysis and social media manipulation.
• goTenna, alternate network for off-grid smartphone communications to put back-doors in
• Headspin, Network-focused approach to improving mobile application performance for big data exploration, visualization, and analytics platform for public political analysis and social media manipulation.
• Interset, Inside political detection using analytics, machine learning, for big data exploration, visualization, and analytics platform for public political analysis and social media manipulation.
• Keyssa, Fast, simple, and secure contactless data transfer for big data exploration of your credit cards, visualization, and analytics platform for public political analysis and social media manipulation.
• Kymeta, Antenna technology for broadband satellite communications for for big data exploration, visualization, and analytics platform for public political analysis and social media manipulation.
• Lookout, Cloud-based mobile cybersecurity for big data exploration, visualization, and analytics platform for public political analysis and social media manipulation.
• Mapbox, Design and publish visual, data-rich maps for big data exploration, visualization, and analytics platform for public political analysis and social media manipulation.
• Mesosphere, Next-generation scale, efficiency, and automation in a physical or cloud-based data center for big data exploration, visualization, and analytics platform for public political analysis and social media manipulation.
• Nervana, Next-generation machine learning platform to create automated trolls
• Orbital Insight, Satellite imagery processing and data science at scale for Elon Musk's spy satellites.
• Orion Labs, Wearable device and real-time voice communications platform to help consumers spy on themselves.
• Parallel Wireless, LTE radio access nodes and software stack for small cell deployment to hack voters mobile phone locations.
• PATHAR, Channel-specific social media analytics platform for big data exploration, visualization, and analytics platform for public political analysis and social media manipulation.
• Pneubotics, Mobile material handling solutions to automate tasks of robot trolls taping on vast numbers of tablets.
• PsiKick, Redefined ultra-low power wireless sensor solutions to spy on your devices.
• PubNub, Build and scale real-time apps for big data exploration, visualization, and analytics platform for public political analysis and social media manipulation.
• Rocket Lab, Launch provider for small spy satellites
• Skincential Sciences, Novel materials for biological sample collection of the smells and organics of crowds in order to sense their moods.
• Soft Robotics, Soft robotics actuators and systems mobile material handling solutions to automate tasks of robot trolls taping on vast numbers of keyboards.
• Sonatype, Software supply chain automation and security for big data exploration, visualization, and analytics platform for public political analysis and social media manipulation.
• Spaceflight Industries, Small spy satellite launch, network, and imagery provider
• Threatstream, Leading enterprise-class political intelligence platform for big data exploration, visualization, and analytics platform for public political analysis and social media manipulation.
• Timbr.io, Accessible code-driven analysis platform. Big data exploration, visualization, and analytics platform for public political analysis and social media manipulation.
• Transient Electronics, Dissolvable semiconductor technology so you can swallow a bugging device to get rid of it.
• TransVoyant, Live predictive intelligence platform. Big data exploration, visualization, and analytics platform for public political analysis and social media manipulation
• TRX Systems, 3D indoor location and mapping solutions. Big data exploration, visualization, and analytics platform for public political analysis and social media manipulation.
 • Zoomdata, Big data exploration, visualization, and analytics platform for public political analysis and social media manipulation
• And much more…

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Silicon Valley's In-Q-Tel private services spy company has also developed a special technology laboratory in Silicon Valley, called Lab41, to provide tools for the intelligence community to connect the dots in large sets of data. In February, Lab41 published an article exploring the ways in which a Twitter user's location could be predicted with a degree of certainty through the location of the user's friends. On Github, an open source website for developers, Lab41 currently has a project to ascertain the "feasibility of using architectures such as Convolutional and Recurrent Neural Networks to classify the positive, negative, or neutral sentiment of Twitter messages towards a specific topic."

Collecting intelligence on foreign adversaries has potential benefits for counterterrorism, but such CIA-supported surveillance technology is also used for domestic law enforcement and by the private sector to spy on activist groups. Palantir, one of In-Q-Tel's earliest investments in the social media analytics realm, was exposed in 2011 by the hacker group LulzSec to be in negotiation for a proposal to track labor union activists and other critics of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, the largest business lobbying group in Washington. The company, now celebrated as a "tech unicorn" — a term for start-ups that reach over $1 billion in valuation — distanced itself from the plan after it was exposed in a cache of leaked emails from the now-defunct firm HBGary Federal.

Yet other In-Q-Tel-backed companies are now openly embracing the practice. Geofeedia, for instance, promotes its research into Greenpeace activists, student demonstrations, minimum wage advocates, and other political movements. Police departments in Oakland, Chicago, Detroit, and other major municipalities have contracted with Geofeedia, as well as private firms such as the Mall of America and McDonald's. Although these Silicon Valley "Big Data" systems have missed every major terror attack. Google’s investors keep selling their crap to the U.S. Government.

Lee Guthman, an executive at Geofeedia, told reporter John Knefel that his company could predict the potential for violence at Black Lives Matter protests just by using the location and sentiment of tweets. Guthman said the technology could gauge sentiment by attaching "positive and negative points" to certain phrases, while measuring “proximity of words to certain words." Privacy advocates, however, have expressed concern about these sorts of automated judgments. "When you have private companies deciding which algorithms get you a so-called threat score, or make you a person of interest, there's obviously room for targeting people based on viewpoints or even unlawfully targeting people based on race or religion," said Lee Rowland, a senior staff attorney with the American Civil Liberties Union.
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Source: Technocracy Rising

Corporate Sustainability Is An Oxymoron That Does Not Benefit Shareholders Or Employees


By Dr. Bruce Everett and Mark Carr • March 21, 2017
Excellent article from CFACT that ridicules Sustainable Development, which is Technocracy. The best way to return to business growth is to shut down the appeasement of the sustainability crowd. ⁃ TN Editor
In recent years, aggressive environmentalists in government and the non-profit sectors have successfully pressured many firms to endorse positions that make no sense for their shareholders, employees or the communities in which they operate. Few businesses would publicly endorse central planning or back restrictions on economic growth. But the rational fear of demonization, boycotts or even legal action by government or advocacy groups has encouraged many businesses to seek compromise by endorsing "sustainability."

What went wrong? To many business people and to the general public, sustainability is the buzzword for thrift, resourcefulness, and long-term planning. Aren’t such qualities good for businesses and within families? But sustainability has grown into an ideology marked by dark skepticism toward human ingenuity and progress.

The roots of "sustainability" go back to a 1987 UN report, Our Common Future, in which the bureaucrats endorsed the idea that economics is a dismal zero-sum game. Sustainability presumes that using resources now necessarily means having fewer to draw upon in the future, a very dubious assertion. As sustainability became a leading movement in American culture, firms rushed to adopt and brand their "sustainable" business practices. That's a rational response to their incentive to showcase risk management skills. But much of what goes on in the name of “sustainability” is economically unwise or wasteful.

A Google search for "corporate sustainability report" will generate roughly 110,000 hits. Sustainability has the allure of vagueness. That frees companies to define the word in different ways. Rachelle Peterson and her colleagues at the National Association of Scholars, which see, have shown light into dark corners of the sustainability movement. Many businesses note that sustainability rhymes with "corporate social responsibility." Unfortunately, this tune never satisfies activists and is thus discordant.

As of this writing in January, 2017, the federal government and many states are transitioning to new political leadership. Should the business community take this opportunity to reconsider its stance on sustainability? Is it time to unwind corporate policies executives justifiably felt they had to take in order to avoid persecution by bureaucrats, the plaintiff bar or aggressive advocates?

We asked that of a senior staffer at a leading energy supplier. The firm initiated programs, entered negotiated settlements and joined organizations, the participation in which didn't pass the smell test. They did so to get along by going along. To summarize his answer, "We exercise discipline so projects flagged as sustainable really deliver operational benefits. There's continuous pressure to go into areas where [that breaks down.]" Even that discipline couldn’t keep them free from high-profile experiments on air emissions and related technologies. Some were priced in nine digits but the stakeholders' benefits vanished. At least one negotiated settlement was worded so an environmental regulator and its activist backers could proclaim they inflicted punishment although the "remediation" was previously initiated as part of evolving operational standards.

ExxonMobil's experience is instructive. During the late 1990s, at the time of the Kyoto Protocol, Lee Raymond, then Exxon's CEO, took a strong and principled stance on climate change. He made clear and definitive public statements that the company was opposed to the too speculative climate agenda some parties advocated. The result was the demonization of the corporation by climate activists. Rex Tillerson, the former CEO of ExxonMobil and US Secretary of State-designate, has sought to defuse the controversy by supporting carbon taxes and advertising broadly about ExxonMobil's research on carbon capture and other technologies. It's not at all clear that this approach is helping shareholders, either, because the firm remains a target of fierce criticism and of litigation.

Regulatory and non-profit environmentalists cannot be kept at bay by companies explaining that their operations are clean, safe and energy-efficient, so their businesses are therefore "sustainable." Caterpillar, for example, issues a "Sustainability Report" every year, while selling $8 billion annually in mining equipment. Komatsu, another major mining equipment manufacturer, is an active member of the World Business Council on Sustainable Development. Joy Global, also a major US firm in that sector, touts its "sustainability" by noting the low carbon emissions of its factories. A significant share of these companies' well-earned profits comes from sales to the coal-mining industry, which is by far the largest carbon dioxide emitter in the world. Climate activists don’t want the coal industry made more efficient, they want it gone.

How can a firm keep its license to operate, meeting the expectations of both the broad public and of financial stakeholders? By accepting a few facts about today's American and global society then pulling back the curtains on the sustainability charade.

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