AC-Ab, John le Bon Leave a reply +10 likes thishttp://fakeologist.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/05/ac-05-04-2017.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Android | RSSI’ve always got time for the complex and well spoken John le Bon. Notes: John le Bon–Yesterday at 6:19 PM Hello friends. I see Fakeologist has come alive again. It seemed dead to the world not long ago. All hail ‘discord’, the most obvious data-mining operation since some kid supposedly invented facebook in his Harvard dorm. Abyz–Yesterday at 6:20 PM Heck ya! Hail JLB TomD27–Yesterday at 6:20 PM all given to us with ‘Discord’ as the name. pah John le Bon–Yesterday at 6:21 PM Lots of new voices recently. Last night I listened to the one with the American guy in Germany. He sounded intelligent. More_Questions_Than_Answers–Yesterday at 6:21 PM The internet is the most obvious data mining operation I would say. Everything recorded and filtered. I guess we are helping them with sub-filters TomD27–Yesterday at 6:22 PM The Internet – The Digital Panopticon i said that John le Bon–Yesterday at 6:22 PM @More_Questions_Than_Answers Well said. I recently discovered that Apple and Intel were both funded by ‘Venrock’, which is simply ‘venture rockefeller’. No jokes. TomD27–Yesterday at 6:22 PM abc john boy you know it as easy as More_Questions_Than_Answers–Yesterday at 6:23 PM no surprise there John John le Bon–Yesterday at 6:23 PM Intel and AMD make all the chips. Both started by people from Fairchild Semiconductor. They openly colluded back in the 1980s, it was public knowledge. Abyz–Yesterday at 6:24 PM How many companies run it all? 4-5? John le Bon–Yesterday at 6:24 PM So basically all of our tech was funded by the same people, and the different companies are all different lines from the same company (as it were) TomD27–Yesterday at 6:24 PM this fits with my world view More_Questions_Than_Answers–Yesterday at 6:25 PM And then we have DAARPA for the internet unless old Rockerfailure was responsible for that research beforehand that’s a great find John TomD27–Yesterday at 6:26 PM yeh, tidy John le Bon–Yesterday at 6:26 PM www.gamesindustry.biz/articles… GamesIndustry.biz Jason Citron lands $20m for Discord Hammer & Chisel founder seeing more than 1 million users a month joining the voice/text chat app for gamers How long until this guy sells out to Microsoft/Apple? More_Questions_Than_Answers–Yesterday at 6:27 PM It’s funny because whatever subject we choose to do research on, 9/10 times, we come up with something related to the controllers. John le Bon–Yesterday at 6:27 PM Here is one for you all: Bill Gates mum was on the same board for a charity as the head of IBM. www.nytimes.com/1994/06/11/obi… Mary Gates, 64; Helped Her Son Start Microsoft More_Questions_Than_Answers–Yesterday at 6:28 PM I found out today that Bill Gates has bought into a company that will be selling artifical meat made from animal cells TomD27–Yesterday at 6:28 PM cuntfuck sounds orrible excuse me John le Bon–Yesterday at 6:29 PM It gets even better. Intel and AMD both stem from ‘Fairchild Semiconductor’ Where does the ‘fairchild’ come from? Sherman Fairchild – once the largest owner of IBM stock But let’s spend our time talking about how this male celebrity is really a female (we have photo evidence!!!!) and how this female celbrity is a MAAAANNNN (look at their neck!!!1!!) More_Questions_Than_Answers–Yesterday at 6:30 PM This information would mean jack squat to the average person, but we all see the significance immediately. I couldnt agree with you more John TomD27–Yesterday at 6:30 PM The EGI thing is bonkers. Looks like disinfo More_Questions_Than_Answers–Yesterday at 6:31 PM It’s eclipsing real research TomD27–Yesterday at 6:31 PM if we talk about these things in the alternative, they then seep into the mainstream John le Bon–Yesterday at 6:32 PM @More_Questions_Than_Answers There is almost ZERO ‘real research’ being done by anybody. Most conspiratards consider watching YouTube videos to be ‘research’. We are basically surrounded by zombies, bro. Zal–Yesterday at 6:32 PM if you look closer into bill gates you will find he bsically got picked up by IBM as a poster boy and pretty unlimited funding John le Bon–Yesterday at 6:32 PM @Zal That is what my research suggests. Zal–Yesterday at 6:33 PM its widely known his coding was purely ripping off others and branding it with a logo and ofcourse the squeeze that came from IBM money soon saw him only guy left standing John le Bon–Yesterday at 6:34 PM IBM were having anti-trust issues. They want to launch and promote a basic, almost-generic computer to take over the market. They bundle it with their own OS, it looks bad. Bundle it with your choice of MS-DOS or one or two other more expensive options, and voila! Problem solved. Hello ‘PC’. TomD27–Yesterday at 6:34 PM don’t tell me bill gates was a set-up as well…. snigger(edited) Zal–Yesterday at 6:34 PM also apple had some patents on what we call OS’s at that time i belive cant remember fully, looked into this in high school lol TomD27–Yesterday at 6:35 PM the facts speak loudly they’re there for people to see but they don’t see it which is really John ‘s surrounded by retards point. Zal–Yesterday at 6:37 PM that being said though John le Bon–Yesterday at 6:37 PM @TomD27 Not only was Bill Gates a poster boy (as Zal puts it) but the guy he put out of business ‘committed suicide’ in a bar after writing a tell-all memoirs about his dealings with Gates. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gary_Kil… Gary Kildall Gary Arlen Kildall (May 19, 1942 – July 11, 1994) was an American computer scientist and microcomputer entrepreneur who created the CP/M operating system and founded Digital Research, Inc. (DRI). Kildall was one of the first people to see microp… Zal–Yesterday at 6:37 PM i still belive it got away from “them” since the newer windows versions is obvious attemtpts at reigning controll back TomD27–Yesterday at 6:38 PM mmm John le Bon–Yesterday at 6:38 PM @Zal I also want to believe that the internet ‘got away from them’. Sadly the more I research this stuff, the more obvious it is to me. The game is over. We are the remnants. That is why this tech is made available to us. We are speaking to retards with it. We are no threat to anybody. TomD27–Yesterday at 6:39 PM haha i know you’re right, cus I’m a retard Zal–Yesterday at 6:39 PM Its hard to say, but im not that bleak in the outlook the cutting edge of computers is always “ours” More_Questions_Than_Answers–Yesterday at 6:40 PM The internet did not get away from anyone! That would suggest that DAARPA created it with good intention as the silly story goes of trying to extend a network. John le Bon–Yesterday at 6:40 PM ‘ours’? Who do you think is developing this stuff? It is not individual science nerds fresh out of university TomD27–Yesterday at 6:40 PM The Digital Panopticon. Zal–Yesterday at 6:40 PM the hardware and infrastructure them John le Bon–Yesterday at 6:40 PM unless you believe the Zuckerberg story Zal–Yesterday at 6:40 PM the software to a degree us not zuckerberg no TomD27–Yesterday at 6:40 PM Zal is young and principled Zal–Yesterday at 6:41 PM its something i wanna call the pirate rule the very highest level is always some basement dweller its very obvious if you look into the pirate scene there is always a workaround for everything always time passes and the guys get bought up by “anti-virus companies” (to make viruses) and similar but when they do there is another basement dweller cracking theire stuff John le Bon–Yesterday at 6:42 PM Oh yes, the ‘pirates’. You know in Australia the government recently instituted overt internet censorship. Their stated reason? To ‘crackdown on piracy’. Zal–Yesterday at 6:42 PM and so on John le Bon–Yesterday at 6:42 PM Problem -> Reaction – Solution Zal–Yesterday at 6:42 PM ye england aswell has abit of a rampant firewall(edited) TomD27–Yesterday at 6:43 PM Live chat is available here easily done for however long you want just click on live stream JLB Anytime,. Sure Ab would like it John le Bon–Yesterday at 6:43 PM @TomD27 Do we need to be authenticated by Ab first? Zal–Yesterday at 6:44 PM my point was the very finest is always organic, untill they get bought and on and on it goes TomD27–Yesterday at 6:44 PM not sure on that one. i think i can. excuse me interrupting you and Zal. Just saying it’s there. John le Bon–Yesterday at 6:44 PM @Zal If they offered me one million dollars to flip on dinosaurs and say they are real, I would happily take the money. They are not going to offer me the money, because ‘they’ don’t exist. @TomD27 If I could chat right now I would definitely be up for it. Audio is waaaaay better than typing. Zal–Yesterday at 6:45 PM in computers there is a very real them ibm as you mentioned and the inteligence organizations More_Questions_Than_Answers–Yesterday at 6:45 PM These people can be groomed from birth Zal…they come from ‘elite’ family ties after all. It’s not a coincidence that Gates’ parents were involved in Planned Parenthood and IBM as John said. Zal–Yesterday at 6:45 PM still the technology bill gates reappropriated wasnt his TomD27–Yesterday at 6:46 PM Hey Zal, dear boy, would you possibly share your expertise with Jlb in the live stream for five mins? Zal–Yesterday at 6:46 PM ms dos is basically like 5 diffrent similar programs ripped off and smashed togheter maybe tomorrow if you start earlyier ive always considered it very simple, “they” are not creative but they are good at buying up stuff that is how “they” think when you own it all you really dont need to be the guy inventing new stuff, since you own the pipeline that is the degree i belive it got away More_Questions_Than_Answers–Yesterday at 6:49 PM Ok I can get with that. Gates was always going to do something but it happened that he was best suited for computers due to a skill with mathematics or related and they made it possible for him to buy all competitors with family money and so on Zal–Yesterday at 6:49 PM when i looked into this in high school ages ago More_Questions_Than_Answers–Yesterday at 6:49 PM In that case it may be true Zal–Yesterday at 6:49 PM it was fairly obvious bill gates got railroaded into his position More_Questions_Than_Answers–Yesterday at 6:49 PM Zal did you read Tmos message above? Tom’s Zal–Yesterday at 6:50 PM the audio chat request? More_Questions_Than_Answers–Yesterday at 6:50 PM yes Just in case you missed it Zal–Yesterday at 6:50 PM i was actually asleep xD just woke up now and gonna go get myself something to eat and go back to sleep so another time More_Questions_Than_Answers–Yesterday at 6:51 PM I’m going to sleep too. Goodnight everyone Zal–Yesterday at 6:52 PM good night man More_Questions_Than_Answers–Yesterday at 6:52 PM See you Zal Zal–Yesterday at 6:52 PM ill be here defending hope and justice while i wait for my food to cook stuff really isnt as dark as it seems in computers en.wikipedia.org/wiki/MS-DOS MS-DOS MS-DOS (/??m?s?d?s/ EM-es-DOSS; acronym for Microsoft Disk Operating System) is a discontinued operating system for x86-based personal computers mostly developed by Microsoft. Collectively, MS-DOS, its rebranding as IBM PC DOS, and some opera… its not hidden information that dear ol bill had very little actual coding to do with msdos later windows no.wikipedia.org/wiki/IBM the origins of ibm is much more interesting IBM International Business Machines (IBM) er en amerikansk teknologibedrift med hovedkontor i Armonk i New York, og med virksomhet i over 170 land. Selskapet ble grunnlagt i 1911 som Computing-Tabulating-Recording Company (CTR) og ble omdøpt til “Int… ehm, use the english wiki, that one was norwegian but look the year founded 1911 i also seem to recall a conspiracy about Intel back in the day cant really recall it Zal–Yesterday at 7:02 PM with intel it looks to me like the mainstream version of the history might be a cover www.extremetech.com/computing/… ExtremeTech Joel Hruska Intel CEO admits to industry-wide conspiracy to slow CPU advances, kill frequency boosts – ExtremeTech Taped remarks, smuggled from an investor meeting with Intel’s CEO Brian Krzanich, just rewrote decades of computer history. Everything you think you know is wrong. The real story? It’s inside. this is interesting if anything “they” are trying real hard to put brakes on it kinda shows lately with i7-3(4-5 years old) and i7-7 (the newest) not really being all that diffrent nvm seems that was a april fools joke lol ill spend more time with this xD still though my point stands, these last 4-5 years have been incredibly slow in the cpu front guess ill go back to sleep, ill look harder into it tomorrow, not half assing it ^^ John le Bon–Yesterday at 7:22 PM I’ll be in the lobby for an hour or two if anybody wants to chat. I’m in a chatting mood. Keen to test out the latest data-mining experience for myself. Hello ‘discordians’ as it were. Zal–Yesterday at 7:31 PM you are on the internet, everything is a datamining operations skype is owned by microsoft though, discord isnt (at least not in any official way i can find) anyhow running back and forth, my rice is cooking xD there is alot of misnomers aswell as conspiracies when it comes to tech hope someone objective (jlb you objective?) would make a masterfile on it personally i recognize it as rigged from the beginning, but i dont preach doom its open enough at the moment anyone can create the next “thing” and i doubt the control is as tight as the doomsayers would say if you were to create the next thing though, you would probably (but not necesarily) get the infamous knock on the door like twitch the streaming service was entirely organic untill it got bought by amazon anyhow now my dinner is ready, gonna watch a series or something while eating, then bed, gniite all Fakeologist–Yesterday at 9:44 PM www.iqt.org/ en.wikipedia.org/wiki/In-Q-Tel In-Q-Tel In-Q-Tel (IQT), formerly Peleus and known as In-Q-It, is an American not-for-profit venture capital firm based in Arlington, Virginia. It invests in high-tech companies for the sole purpose of keeping the Central Intelligence Agency, and other int… Many companies listed on In-Q-Tel’s investment website page are secret. In-Q-Tel functions partially in public; however, what products it has and how they are used is strictly secret. According to the Washington Post, “virtually any U.S. entrepreneur, inventor or research scientist working on ways to analyze data has probably received a phone call from In-Q-Tel or at least been Googled by its staff of technology-watchers.” Fakeologist–Yesterday at 10:28 PM @John le Bon good sign off! Sorry I forgot about bringing up #egi with you…(edited) NEW MESSAGES John le Bon–Yesterday at 10:33 PM It was good to chat. 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