Is Libra the U.S. dollar's executioner?

Founding members of Geneva-based Libra Association.

http://landdestroyer.blogspot.com/2019/11/libra-facebook-wants-to-control-your.html

Tony Cartalucci has just published a gem worth a look. Social media giant, Facebook, is the visible leader (face) in a crypto-currency revolution that has the capability to combine information control and financial control in one neat little package.

“Imagine Facebook carrying out a similar campaign to their current one of political censorship, but with an added monetary component – not only removing the West’s political opponents from their social media network and effectively silencing them, but crippling them financially by freezing their accounts and denying them access to the massive digital global economy they hope to create and control through Libra.”

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Temperature proxies

Oxygen is the third most abundant element in the universe, behind hydrogen and helium, it is one of the most important and abundant elements on Earth.

Molecular oxygen O₂ is produced from water by cyanobacteria, algae, and plants during photosynthesis and is part of cellular respiration for all living organisms. Green algae and cyanobacteria in marine environments produce ~70% of the free oxygen produced on Earth and the rest is produced by terrestrial plants. …

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More Fancy Weapons

Captain Beyond

http://www.lockheedmartin.com/en-us/capabilities/directed-energy.html

“Laser weapons systems have tracked and detected targets including small rockets, boats, UAVs, and trucks.”  Laser weapons are also capable of taking down buildings, igniting forest fires and incinerating whole towns. 

Since commoners are the enemy of the power elite, we could be in for a very bumpy ride.  I suppose this is a backup plan if the various methods now being employed to reduce the population cannot deliver fast enough.  Drugs, chemicals, bioweapons, psyops, and any number of bazaar killing techniques we’ve never heard of; are are never enough.

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Circular travels

I was listening to a talk by Andrew Klavan, the crime and suspense writer, given at Hillsdale College. I liked the entire talk, as I think I have come half-circle. Twenty-nine years ago I dropped my then twenty-years-running subscription to National Review, the magazine founded by Bill Buckley. I just renewed it. I hope this time around I am a better thinker. There is much I like about conservatism, and much I find to be less well reasoned. (Their attitude about the supposed “free market” and health care along with opposition to “socialized” medicine has led us to a dystopia called Obamacare, making us prisoners of AHIP, though they are not aware of this.)

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