Possible psychological evolution of the human species

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Re: Possible psychological evolution of the human species

Postby fruhmenschen » Thu Jun 22, 2023 3:20 pm

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R E L E V A N C E - November 1996 - Vol. III- No. V
Editor: Philip M. O’Halloran

FBI COMPLICITY IN VOTE FRAUD - excerpts from Lynn Landes's 2007 'REPORT TO CONGRESS'
The unique vulnerability of electronic voting technologies has been long known to federal authorities. 
“If you did it right, no one would ever know,” said Craig C. Donsanto, head of the U.S. Department of Justice’s Election Crimes Branch, Public Integrity Section (from 1970-present) in a July 4,1989 Los Angeles Times article about electronic voting machines and vote fraud. 
So, why hasn't Donsanto sounded the alarm and informed Congress of this threat?  Donsanto has the reputation of a gatekeeper.  He was featured in the Colliers' book, VoteScam, for his unwillingness to investigate evidence they collected over the years of rampant vote fraud involving voting machine companies, the news networks' exit polls, and election officials in Florida and other states. 
Furthermore, Donsanto made it official department policy that no federal investigator should enter a polling precinct on election day, nor should they begin any serious investigation of the voting process until after the election results are certified.  It is this policy that gives those who commit vote fraud ample opportunity to destroy evidence and cover their tracks. (See official policy: http://www.thelandesreport.com/Donsanto.htm)
There is more to be concerned about than obstruction of justice within the DOJ.  It appears that elements within the FBI may have not only been aware of computer vote fraud, but participated in it.  The following are excerpts from the Cincinnati Post of October 30th, 1987:
"Cincinnati Bell security supervisors ordered wire-taps installed on county computers before elections in the late 1970s and early 1980s that could have allowed vote totals to be altered, a former Bell employee says in a sworn court document. Leonard Gates, a 23-year Cincinnati Bell employee until he was fired in 1986, claims in a deposition filed Thursday in Hamilton County Common Pleas Court to have installed the wire-taps. Cincinnati Bell officials denied Gates’ allegations that are part of a six-year-old civil suit that contends the elections computer is subject o manipulation and fraud. Gates claims a security supervisor for the telephone company told him in 1979 that the firm had obtained a computer program through the FBI that gave it access to the county computer used to count votes." 

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The right believes the FBI is obsessed with jailing Trump. The opposite is true
Andrew Gawthorpe
Far from being persecuted, Trump has been handled with vastly more deference than anyone else would be

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Firing Trump-Appointed FBI Chief Becomes Rallying Cry for 2024 GOP Hopefuls

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Durham probe sets basis for reforms at FBI, House Intel leaders say
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Grassley, Graham Lead Senate Judiciary Committee GOP In Seeking Unredacted FBI Record At Center Of Biden Allegations
WASHINGTON – Senior Senate Judiciary Committee member Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa) and Judiciary Committee Ranking Member Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.), today led all committee Republicans calling on the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) to produce an unclassified FBI-generated document containing allegations of corruption against the Biden family.
Senator Grassley and House Oversight Chairman James Comer (R-Ky.) wrote to the FBI in May after a whistleblower alerted Grassley to the document, an FD-1023, which is used to document

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‘Scumbag’ Hunter Biden was a member of exclusive LA sex club Snctm, since-banned founder claims
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All You Do Is Lose: Utah Anti-Drag Moratorium Struck Down As Unconstitutional
Free Speech
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Terrible people who represent terrible people are making terrible laws. Catering to the base is never a good idea because all it does is elevate

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HUNTER BIDEN Published June 22, 2023
DOJ, FBI, IRS interfered with Hunter Biden probe, according to whistleblower testimony released by GOP
Federal officials protected President Biden's son through 'delaying, divulging, and denying' the probe
By Brianna Herlihy , Brooke Singman

https://www.wired.com/story/fbi-cell-si ... y-secrecy/
Docs Show FBI Pressures Cops to Keep Phone Surveillance Secrets
Newly released documents highlight the bureau's continued secrecy around cell-site simulators—spying tech that
UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT records recently obtained by the American Civil Liberties Union show that state and local police authorities are continuing to trade silence for access to sophisticated phone-tracking technologies loaned out by the Federal Bureau of Investigation. To protect the secrets of the technology, documents show, police departments will routinely agree, if necessary, to drop charges against suspects who've been accused of violent crimes.
The documents, handed over by the FBI under the Freedom of Information Act, include

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“If You Challenge the FBI, they Will Crush You,” Says Whistleblower at Congressional Hearing
By Jeremy Kuzmarov - June 22, 2023 0

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Police departments statewide expected to attend FBI forum on violent crime
Collaboration between police, FBI to be discussed

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Republican attitudes toward the FBI have radically changed over the years
June 22, 2023

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Church Burnings: What the Government Is and Isn’t Doing
JUNE 19, 1996
Tyrone Powers, a black FBI agent, discusses the recent wave of arson attacks on churches with predominantly black congregations and the government’s virtual silence on this matter. Powers asserts that the church burnings are a form of domestic terrorism and should be treated accordingly by the FBI. He thinks the government is downplaying the attacks for economic as well as racist reasons; they are stopping the FBI from labeling the fires as terrorism because of how that sort of publicity might affect the upcoming Olympics in Atlanta. Pattern, not conspiracy, is how the fires were recently labeled by the Washington Post, but Powers points to far more sporadic violent incidents – such as the Oklahoma city bombing – that were labeled as conspiracy and terrorism. Powers also discusses the FBI’s long standing history of overt racism, which he personally experienced as an African American FBI agent, and which he feels is equally prevalent now as it was in the past under the direction of J. Edgar Hoover, though it might be more concealed currently.

https://www.ohio.edu/news/archive/stori ... inutes.cfm
90 Minutes Series Conversation featuring former FBI agent Tyrone Powers is Wednesday
The E.W. Scripps School of Journalism will host a “90 Minutes Series” candid conversation with Tyrone Powers, a former FBI agent, at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 24 in Schoonover 145.
Ohio University student Earl Hopkins will serve as the moderator for the discussion. The talk is free and open to the public.
Tyrone Powers has had a career that brought him in touch with the best and worst of America. As a special agent with the FBI, he has seen first-hand the role justice has played in the lives of people of color.
His 1996 book, “Eyes to My Soul: The Rise or Decline of a Black FBI Agent,” chronicles that aspect of his public life. Powers has proved to be more than just a lawman. He now teaches at Anne Arundel Community College, sharing with

Did the FBI Kill MLK?
Seneca Scott

Over the past decade, proposals for reparations for slavery have entered the political mainstream, culminating recently in a San Francisco plan to award $5 million to each eligible black resident. But despite the prevalence of liberal virtue-signaling about restorative justice, more historically recent state crimes against black Americans have received less attention.
I’m referring to the unsettling reality that throughout the upheaval of the 1960s, the US government waged an all-out covert war against the black freedom movement. The FBI’s campaign of illegal surveillance, harassment, blackmailing, subversion, and violence—including the extrajudicial execution of Black Panther leader Fred Hampton in Chicago in 1969—under the auspices of COINTELPRO is largely a matter of historical record.
So, at this point, are the FBI’s extensive attempts to defame and discredit Martin Luther King, Jr. More enigmatic but equally important are the questions that still surround Dr. King’s assassination. In the nearly six decades since he was killed, he has become one of the premier secular saints of American political culture. But one condition of this canonization has been that we accept the official story that he was killed by a lone gunman, James Earl Ray.
“King’s family—of which I am a member—has never believed the official story.”
King’s family—of which I am a member—has never believed the official story. For decades, his late widow (and my cousin), Coretta Scott King, suspected federal government involvement. In 1999, she and other surviving relatives put these suspicions to the test in a civil suit filed against Loyd Jowers, a Memphis restaurant owner who had claimed he had been paid by a local mobster to organize King’s assassination. According to Jowers, a group met at the restaurant to plan the assassination. Among them was Memphis Police Lt. Earl Clark, a skilled marksman and associate of Frank Liberto, a member of the Marcello crime family of New Orleans; and Marrell McCollough, an undercover police officer and CIA operative who posed as a member of a militant black political group known as the Invaders. McCollough was later present at the Lorraine Motel and was seen kneeling over King after the shooting.
After the trial, Coretta Scott King stated: “There is abundant evidence of a major high-level conspiracy in the assassination of my husband, Martin Luther King, Jr.” Martin and Coretta’s children, Martin Luther


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https://universe.byu.edu/2023/06/22/goo ... headstone/
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Black D.C. Shadow Rep. Owolewa Partners with FBI to Educate Youngsters
by James Wright Jr.
June 22, 2023

https://constitution.org/2-Authors/jrol ... wswear.htm

FBI Secrets: An Agent's Expose
by M. Wesley Swearingen, 1994
Reviewed by Jon Roland
Wes Swearingen served as an FBI agent from 1951 until he retired in 1977. During that period he perpetrated or witnessed numerous violations of law by FBI agents and their operatives, heard revealing statements by other agents about their illegal activities, and read files which documented violations of the rights of American citizens.
The activities of FBI agents and their "informers" include warrantless break-ins, theft, fraud, kidnapping, perjury, fabrication of evidence, suborning of witness perjury, and murder. The targets were political dissidents: anyone FBI agents didn't like.
Swearingen details how members of the Black Panthers were murdered by FBI operatives, another was framed for a murder he didn't commit, and still others were prosecuted on trumped up charges.
He does not mention anything about the deaths of John or Robert Kennedy or Martin Luther King, but he describes an agency so deeply involved in criminal activity of every kind as to be capable of causing the deaths of those men and others who have died under mysterious circumstances.
He describes various files on political dissidents, called the "Security Index" and the "Reserve Index", which eventually included about 500,000 names, and which were the persons to be arrested without warrant and taken to detention areas in the event of a national security emergency. For those

https://thirdworldtraveler.com/FBI/Epid ... o_BDF.html
Break-ins, Death Threats
and the FBI
the FBI covert war against the Central America movement
by Ross Gelbspan
South End Press
On Frank Verelli and Other Sources / Beginnings of a Secret War
An Epidemic Of Terrorism / From Dallas to San Salvador / "Gilberto" and "The Doctor" / Allies in the Shadows
"Active Measures" / Album of Terrorists / Decoy of Duck / CIA at Home, FBI Abroad / Explosion of Names
Heart of Terror Network / From FBI to NSC / Oliver North's Private Network / Epidemic of Terrorism Continued / Completing Cover-Up

https://www.techdirt.com/2023/06/22/mis ... __trashed/
Misunderstanding Locks Amazon User Out Of ‘Smart’ Home Voice Control For A Week
(Mis)Uses of Technology
from the not-so-smart-huh dept
Thu, Jun 22nd 2023 10:46am - Karl Bode
The “smart” internet of things era was supposed to usher forth a new era of convenience. Instead, it often manages to advertise how dumber technology can be the smarter option, and you’re not being particularly innovative if your product actually makes life harder. From “smart” door locks that are easily hackable to hackable “smart

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Deus Ex Machina: Church In Germany Conducts AI Created Mass To Mixed Reviews
from the holy-shit dept
Wed, Jun 21st 2023 08:09pm - Timothy Geigner
To say that developments in the realm of artificial intelligence are coming fast at this point is a wild understatement. There’s a ton going on in the space, some of it showcasing amazing things we can now do using AI, some of it showing where humans are still very much needed, and much of the rest watching governments trying to figure out how to best screw it all up for everyone else.
But in all of these cases, we’re talking about the laws and circumstances of men and women. Not satisfied with AI rendering unto Caesar that which are Caesar’s, one church in Germany decided to turn AI loose on its congregation, hosting what appears to be the first AI-driven mass.

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Fox News' Jesse Watters claims “the FBI is rigging elections”
Watters: “All the Democrats do is cheat and win”
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Re: Possible psychological evolution of the human species

Postby fruhmenschen » Thu Aug 24, 2023 11:17 pm


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Precinct TV
Is FBI: International canceled? (Will FBI: International Season 3 happen?)We are patiently waiting to see how the cliffhanger from FBI: International Season 2 will be resolved. Will there be a Season 3 to bring us answers?

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Jana Monroe, Former FBI Agent & ‘Hearts Of Darkness’ Author, Signs With Rain

FBI Body language expert dissects Republican debate — with surprising insights
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August 24, 2023

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FBI agent takes stand on day 2 of Whitmer kidnapping trial
An FBI special agent took the stand for day two of the final trial in the plot to kidnap Gov. Gretchen Whitmer.
By La'Nita Brooks and Hannah Mose
Published: Aug. 24,2023

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Jury learns of rogue FBI informants in Whitmer kidnap case — but not full story
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It's (Almost) Always the Feds: How the FBI Fabricates Schemes To Entrap Would-Be Radicals
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https://theintercept.com/2022/03/09/fbi ... er%20agent.
“It becomes really dicey when there are nearly as many informants as there are defendants,” a former federal prosecutor told The Intercept.
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The FBI Allegedly Used At Least 12 Informants In The Michigan Kidnapping Case
Defense attorneys said they will argue that the FBI “induced or persuaded” the defendants to go along with the violent scheme.

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Re: Possible psychological evolution of the human species

Postby fruhmenschen » Sat Dec 16, 2023 10:18 pm


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Re: Possible psychological evolution of the human species

Postby fruhmenschen » Mon Feb 12, 2024 7:33 pm

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Special Counsel Worries That FBI Missed 2 Rooms During Mar-a-Lago Search
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FBI agents may have missed a “hidden room” and closet when they searched for classified documents at Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago residence in 2022. 
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Re: Possible psychological evolution of the human species

Postby fruhmenschen » Wed Apr 24, 2024 2:11 pm

I had a chance to sit down and do a videotaped interview with this Mass General Hospital trained Neurosurgeon.
He is also the inventor of the TENS device for pain control.

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