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genetically you talked about you know cairo in egypt and the pyramids and stuff like that like i think our d.n.a. no it's like we're at a tipping point and that something's going to come all the d.n.a. always right to collective unconscious yeah read your. you know who dove deeper into the sub conscious and unconscious than freud was able to do and discovered the foundation of our collective unconscious and our connection to cosmic consciousness you know that we understand this on a on a particle on atomic level a d.n.a. level and so gaia which is part of our common experience is rebelling and so it manifests itself differently as you know we've witnessed in mexico they are there was lax post life. reality as a series of reflections of the dead body going down the stairs into the afterlife and seeing themselves in reality of who they are in their post life experience
in the case of rachel maddow she sees herself as a screaming ugly warmongering. you know i could go on but i'll be kind. of through with offered her you know in the case of donald trump pc's i'm soft as a piece broker and as a global deal maker you know when there's somebody else wrote that book for him the art of the deal in a peaceful way pieces and so people are now genuinely coming to conscious terms with their genuine selves as we now are flipping over into the into the event horizon of the singularity so we becoming who we genuinely are in real time and again that's what the block chain does because the block chain on it's everything every ten minutes or so is completely in sync every ten minutes everything is audited all information there's no arbitrage there's no slippage there's no subjectivity it's completely objective now god is here and god is the toshi every ten minutes. there is
a complete auditing of all knowledge that's then brea published and then upload it as a singularity approaches that's why these the fifty one percent hash attack will never succeed anyway well got more on this discussion some are hallucinations right after this break don't go away something about a still softer i believe ok stay right there. so what we've got to do is identify the threats that we have it's crazy confrontation let it be an arms race off and spearing dramatic developments only really i'm going to resist i don't see how that strategy will be successful very critical time to sit down and talk.
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welcome back to kaiser report summer elucidation i'm here with stacey herbert we are diving deep into cosmic consciousness and the gaia. as it was taught to me by teddy goldsmith the brother of sir james goldsmith own goal of a good friend of ours who we don't talk to much anymore been goldsmiths brother i forget his name zack called to say ok let's go on to the show so we're talking about summer solutions and we're talking about the upcoming twenty eighteen mid-term elections and why we might be in for yet another shock we don't know but we do know that wealth and income gap is soaring in america we know that as salon dot com felt compelled to ask psychologist why rich people feel like the
apocalypse is coming all the people you see on the corporate media are making twenty thirty forty million dollars a year being corporate spokespersons for stool softeners as i mentioned in the first half if you're outside america this is because the reason why we have so much still softener here is because opioids you know all the oxycontin they gave. us a patient and so it's a big product here to sell soon still softener but nevertheless they are results all of the streets of san francisco everything is softened so we're going to look at what might confront the media when they see here in new york city and they never leave new york city by the way you hardly ever see them leave new york city and everything here is so rich and expensive and lovely and all and all the new york fed gives them free money everything is free right everything seems great so what's going on outside of the rest of america member i talked about that first headline the national insecurity state and the united states of inequality the more unequal
we become the more in secure and the red and red alerts and yellow alerts and be careful you know see something sometimes you don't but yes i can in no wealth can exacerbate. trends a psychological trends if you're a smiley paranoid as a poor person or a medium income person you can become extremely power. no it is a rich person it's like throwing gasoline on character problems and psychoses in the rosies of wealth just makes it worse so some people adapt to walls quite well many people don't and a wealth of self is not a panacea it doesn't cure stuff for people it can cause as many or more problems then not having wealth i mean that's something that is not well understood but nevertheless in the first article i was talking about there the united states of inequality what they found was that savings aren't isn't much help to the average american a third of americans have no savings at all and another third have less than one
thousand dollars in the bank little wonder the family struggling to cover the cost of food alone increased from eleven percent in two thousand and seven to fourteen percent or forty eight million americans and twenty fourteen with that you see forty eight million americans. forty eight million have a problem putting food on the table this is a big headline i think will have an impact on twenty eighteen and certainly twenty twenty jeff bezos becomes the richest man in modern history topping one hundred fifty billion dollars the amazon dot com founders net worth cracked one hundred fifty billion dollars two weeks ago or a week ago in new york on monday according to bloomberg billionaires index that's about fifty five billion dollars more than microsoft co-founder bill gates the world's second richest man he added fifty two billion dollars just since january first of twenty eight hundred fifty two billion dollars works out to two hundred
and seventy five million dollars a day he earned this year i mean you see the result on the main street in america shops are closing so jobs are disappearing you know there's an onion which is a humor magazine made a reference recently that bezos rolled out a new business model and then had to cancel it because he realized it was slavery slavery is illegal yeah but. this is a concentration of wealth that is unprecedented and it does create a society that is going down two very separate tracks so there's no common ground jeff bezos you know he builds rocket ships and wants to space tourism two hundred thousand dollars a pop for people to go for joyrides and they'll be a lot of people lining up for that opportunity you know like they used to line up at the plane land to go on the roller coaster for a buck a lot of people for that you know two hundred thousand dollars is chump change to go up in a spaceship but jeff bezos that's great then you've got this forty seven million
dollars at camp with for people who can't put food on the table they've got one hundred twenty million of americans are below the poverty line so you've got this huge split now. reminds me of the essay that we talked about on this show called the collapse of the gap by to. all off who said in one thousand nine hundred ninety when the soviet union collapsed that america collapsed at the same time but it would take twenty twenty five years for it to to that to manifest itself and i think does what we're seeing we're seeing a collapse whereas the soviet union has now gone through the collapse of russia is inching its way forward you know well back to the story so i want to say you know looking at twenty eighteen looking at twenty twenty the reasons why i think this will play into it is jeff bezos on the washington post which trample all fake news and whole point here here's a good deal in for him to point to is the guy has one hundred fifty billion dollars so point that out but we did talk in the first half about the rich the ultra rich
and certainly this guy is the richest person in modern history so they're afraid of the apocalypse could this be why he's trying to get to mars or moon or whatever beyond that he's trying to escape but i do believe that there is you know they are going to try to protect themselves in some way and throughout history they've provided you know the wealthy or the oligarchs or the lords and stuff would often provide housing or food for the peasants i think that might be a trend you probably see by two thousand and twenty jeff bezos you know amazon dot com emblazoned sort of housing for people be so you know here have this house don't kill me in fact on one day the day before this. amazon prime sales day last week well on that one day he earned that much in stock gains to buy every single house available for sale in seattle right well amazon prime it could be turned into universal basic income so you go to your app and it'll flood you with money that you can then use that amazon to buy food now how is it different than the fed
flooding money into the economy to stoke demand to get the economy going it's not based on savings or capitalism it's based on money what amazon dot com can easily come up with their own amazon coin i think they will just for safety and security i thought. right i just said on the first half there is so extreme that these billionaires are afraid of being attacked by the peasants that i think that there will be and a case where they're starting to is an amazon that was like paving the roads like at the potholes because the taxpayer and the municipalities are so bankrupt from austerity and the financial crisis still so many of those billion potholes in the branding yeah bottles as a marketing thing has their company was filling them in this is saying is like i do believe you're already starting to see that in silicon valley for example i do believe the major giant monopolies of the internet are providing housing for their workers at first but it might be a case where they start having to provide it i think there was one billionaire who
said he was going to provide some housing for all the homeless people so i think there this is something that we're going to start to see because it always happens through these sort of any given point billions of billions of dollars yet even though most of the channel of the game that is like that's like red cross right with it but i would say is osama's on offering to the world my own suggestion of what i think is going to happen you're going to see things like marie on twenty that sort of days they're going to come up with neo feudal ideas just if we're neo feudalism we're going to see similar ideas that we had in the past where they took care of the peasants where they housed and fed the peasants where they did things like that so i think we're going to see modern equivalent and might be more flashy and look different but it's going to be the same called us to casino good you know people live in a gulag a socially and they get a chance to win a few bucks playing games online but you know jeff bezos understates earnings
because he does like play taxes if you were to turn the earnings spigot on for real you know he would not be worth one hundred fifty billion dollars he would be worth three hundred fifty billion dollars which is the same net worth adjusted for inflation as the rothschilds which are the second richest entity ever in the history of the glow actually he is about to be. the number one wealthiest family in america is the walton family and they are worth one hundred fifty one point two billion so he's only worth as much as they hire all turns on their earnings by good for real you know the amazon is now worth two to three trillion dollars he's worth three hundred billion dollars i'm just saying that through the app on the i phone you could easily feed five or six hundred dollars a month to people that they would spend that at amazon dot com and he would not it would be a creative it would be earnings boost to earnings he would lose any money doing that well but max you're you're suggesting we have time to do that as i said in the first bit those billionaires who this guy went to their party this media theorist went to their party and heard them speaking they were concerned they weren't going
to have time to protect themselves so whether or not there's time to do that or whether or not you know i think donald trump like we've talked over and over he's a kick the teeth he's a guy who was promised to destroy the system breaks it was a promise to destroy the system to destroy the elite to destroy that system that enabled them to lord it over you and that why you were a peasant with no teeth on stool softener this is like them being able to kick them in the teeth and whether or not the media is in the position to understand the world around them when they themselves are thirty forty fifty million dollars a year some of them earning that amount and they're the they're supposed to be the people that are in charge they're the walter cronkite who are supposed to explain to you what the world around you is like how can they possibly know that i go out to run for directing a film called game show you know twenty years ago now talking about news especially became fake news when they moved from publicly owned airwaves to corporate owned
airwaves this is going on for twenty twenty five years in america it's just gone to absurd levels of hyper extension hyper normalisation with like rachel maddow now becoming rich alex jones you know in a skirt but. the fact is that at the same time you have the ability through technology to address the problem you're talking about which is an uprising in the streets of some nature a revolution to be appeased with cash nobody is going to storm the gates if they get a free five bucks from amazon to get some deal on a stool softener down there at whole foods they're just not going to they're going to be like i'd go do the revolution tomorrow because i just got five dollars sent to me from jeff bezos who is my king my god and he's my potentate and he's taking over the world and it's a new world's amazon world this is right there in the logo amazon a to z. it is everything from aig to see he's got all this isn't an ad for amazon what i'm
saying is that this is a situation we're looking forward into twenty eighteen and twenty twenty because watching i only watch the cable news when i'm here in new york city and in a hotel room and i can watch it and they have no idea what is out there they have no idea what is coming or perhaps like these other billionaires who are like afraid of an apocalypse what you i think what you're seeing from the rachel maddow is she's she's you know she's embodying that apocalypse that fear of the apocalypse that something's coming and they're coming for my class of people my my people so there's i don't think they understand what the voter is feeling and i don't understand i think they i think it's going to be another telling thing as to where they go here since the election of twenty sixteen there's a certain group in the media they keep asking the question how did this happen why did this happen how is this continuing to happen and what how do they are totally disconnected from the average person that's the question and to your point is because they live in a bubble they are overpaid they never leave new york city and so they don't know
what's happening in the rest of country anyway we got to go it's time to say goodbye and that's going to do it for this edition of the kaiser report with me max kaiser stacy her privilege thing i guess stacy herbert you know we just on twitter is because reports are like somebody you know. xena's says harlan kentucky. overboard this move from blois you could walk through street funnies remained in. a coma and he said she was almost no coal mines left. the jobs are gone all the coal was just said. that it was love to see these people the survivors of a world disappearing before their eyes. i remember thinking when i was younger
that if anything ever happened to the coal mines here that it would become a ghost town but i never thought in a million years i would see that and it's happened it's happened to. join me every thursday on the alex simon show and i'll be speaking to guest of the world of politics small business i'm show business i'll see that. close. some people completely. people as you know we that. in. the trees. mostly say sit on these guys but yet you seem so.
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but there was. an independent investigation traces weapons found in former islamist strongholds and throughout the back to western manufacturers. media reports were. the manchester arena bomber was rescued from war stricken libya by the british navy in two thousand and fourteen three years before he carried out the atrocity. in europe's migrant crisis spain takes new emergency measures to control the flow of refugees charity in italy claims migrant children are being sexually abused. the man offered to help and said he would shelter me in exchange for sexual services been alone with my father's friend who before continuing the journey subjective me to reach you and abuse me. also this hour
a special report from japan and the korean community there where the rise of the far right has driven people to disguise their culture and sympathy for the reclusive north. you're watching our to international coming to you live from the russian capital where it's just turned seven pm welcome to the program. batches of weapons discovered in the former terrorist stronghold of eastern a lot though in syria have been traced back to western manufacturers we're now in war correspondent robert fisk identify their origins to their serial numbers and then try to find out how those weapons had ended up in the hands of islamist rebels more details from kill them up this is a weapons factory located in bosnia most likely you have never heard of it but it's here that the weapons were manufactured for one of the bloodiest battles in syria
lots of homes were destroyed and lots of civilians were killed in western aleppo by those questionable rebels. around. we got it almost exactly eight o'clock in the morning and it happened at the worst possible time just as thousands of children would go into school the first shell actually came in between these buildings and you know that then the children were on their way to school when the mortar shell landed at the end by a few of them were killed i knew them they went to mar screw a thirteen year old lost her foot in a rebel shelling three weeks ago and it did this does is that. the rebels launched the rocket and it's ten o'clock in the morning seconds later it hit the national school of aleppo three of the children died on the spot so the
rebels and now pushing closer and closer. we're in the al assad. and the rebels are pushing into aleppo again. by sunset nine dead over one hundred civilians injured. now most of those rebels are tied to the al qaeda linked al nusra a terrorist group but let's focus on those weapons that they used robert fisk an investigative reporter was able to trace those weapons back to that very factory in bosnia he was able to get a hold of the factories logbook and getting in touch with the former weapons control director the director recognized his signature in the logbook and from there was able to determine who the buyer was it's a warranty for the hundred twenty millimeter mortar launch all this is now standard
it went to saudi arabia it was pulled to the supply of five hundred moves as i remember the saudi shipment well the saudis came to a factory to inspect the weapons at the beginning of. twenty sixteen but the response from saudi officials was pretty much a denial they said that the investigation was vegan undefined however their response seemed pretty vague as well saudi arabia is a leading voice within the international community in support of a diplomatic solution to the conflict in syria while at the same time working with our neighbors and allies to counter the growth of forces of extremism but it's not just saudi arabia the former weapons director says that nato and the united states pretty much run the show at the weapons making the syllabi when the saudis came to our factory to inspect at the beginning of twenty sixteen there was a saudi minister and some saudi officers who was they came to inspect the weapons before receiving them the offices will civilian clothes the minister was in
a robe or low production off to the bulls and war is under the control of the americans and nato who are always coming here and they know each and every piece of weaponry that leaves off factory. we also asked nato for a response but they didn't have any details to share even though the weapons were actually made to the nato standards need to doesn't transfer arms or i mean nation for and for the questions we would refer you to national authorities now another trace from the basement of this former terrorist base in aleppo is the markings on the casing of a missile now if you take a look the first number here this represents the type of missile the second number however is the stock number you'll notice that it contains the figure zero one now that's the nato code representing the united states it turns out that this t o w anti-tank missile was manufactured at a facility in the united states by the raytheon systems company this missile would
have been manufactured and sold by huge raytheon absolutely legally to a nato nato all friendly on the pro-american power government defense ministry you name it and they will exist for it's an end use this is to forget it and e.u. see the documents of impeccable provenance which will be signed by the bias in this case by the chaps who purchased the town missiles in very large numbers stating that they own the final recipients of the weapons this is not the first time this has happened syria is actually littered with weapons that are made to nato standards and some of which have actually been manufactured in the united states the question now is how much do washington and nato know about their weapons falling into the hands of the very terrorists they claim to be fighting there is a deafening silence a purposeful lack of interest a purposeful apathy and the reason for this is simple the us government and the
military industrial complex and the corporate owned media that functions as an echo chamber for the military industrial complex actually does not care the us gov. prosecute those who they say aid and abet terrorism well guess what american war contractors are aiding and abetting terrorism but the u.s. judicial system the justice department the long arm of american law enforcement will not be used against these same military corporations which in fact they're subsidized receive a form of welfare from american taxpayers every year. u.k. media reporting that the manchester arena bomber was rescued from war torn libya by the british navy in two thousand and fourteen three years before he carried out a terror attack in an area on the ground a pop concert the atrocity left twenty two people dead and dozens more injured but the details here's politico. well according to media reports here in the u.k.
three years before that deadly attack in manchester sound when a baby had been rescued by the british government from libya it was part of an operation to rescue british citizens he was taken aboard a royal navy ship and taken to molt from where he reportedly then got a flight back to the u.k. and he'd been rescued by the british government even though he had been under the surveillance of the domestic intelligence agency here that's m i five now in terms of a baby's background he was born in the u.k. but to libyan parents so he was a british citizen but in two thousand and eleven a baby's parents moved to join the uprising against the government of gadhafi and his father was thought to have been fighting in a terrorist group called the ally f.g.
the libyan islamic fighting group and a baby was thought to sort of shuttled back and forth between the u.k. and libya for a number of years but he was thought to have been in libya in the summer of two thousand and fourteen and at that point the civil war had got increasingly violent and so british officials made this offer to evacuate british nationals from the country that's how a baby ended up being rescued and by the time of his rescue emery five had stopped monitoring him and the implication therefore is that he was simply considered safe to return back to the u.k. that was reiterated to us by the today in a statement they told us that the sort of the government inquiry into what led up to the manchester attack it found that the decision to start monitoring a baby in two thousand and fourteen was found on the basis of. the information
available at the time and although they didn't mention a bady by name in this statement to us they did confirm that the operation to rescue british citizens from libya in two thousand and fourteen took place during that era reaching security situation in libya in two thousand and fourteen but the force officials were deployed with the british nationals and their dependents i think what the government has been keen to point out is that that decision to close the case and invade in two thousand and fourteen based on the information they had at the time the point they're making there is that no one could have known back then that upon his return to the u.k. he would go to war and to start this sort of downward spiral of radicalization that would culminate with that horrific attack at the area on the ground a consulate in manchester rain.
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