The ‘Keshe Factor’ – A Weirder Twist On A War With Iran..?

Is there a hidden dimension to the war posturing against Iran by the Western Alliance? You can decide, based on new information now coming forward…

Mehran Tavakoli Keshe, an Iranian born Nuclear Engineer, Inventor and Founder of The Keshe Foundation, based in Belgium, claims to have helped the Iranian Government develop a ‘superior’ space program based on his nuclear plasma technology.

The Iranian Government openly promotes their space program and may have used a Keshe technology based ‘UFO’ style anti-gravity spaceship complete with tractor beams to capture the infamous US RQ170 Sentinel drone, an event which embarrassed the Obama administration and shook the CIA in December 2011.

Keshe, who some see as the ‘Tesla of Physics’ has been offering his technology free to any Government or scientist willing to listen for years, but claims he has been turned away first by Nasa in 1985 and subsequently by countless other organizations and Governments. Keshe asserts that only the Iranian Government were willing to co-develop the technology, but this, if true adds a potentially crazy twist to the unfolding Iran saga. If Iran do possess these advanced technologies, Keshe claims they will have impenetrable airspace defense capabilities and will be able to destroy opposition forces globally within minutes.

Staggering as these claims are, and as unlikely a scenario as an Iranian victory over the US, Israel and their allies might seem, there are tantalizing clues that there may be some substance to the story, and Iran might be able to punch well above it’s weight in a military conflict.  Keshe claims to have suffered severe harassment including incarceration and questioning while in transit by Canadian authorities, for which he has evidence in the form of paperwork and his unexplained absence from a scientific gathering he was due to speak at. His equipment, data and papers have been confiscated or copied by various authorities including the Belgian Government, while an imposter claiming to represent the Keshe Foundation has been causing trouble with Governments and corporations, damaging the Foundations credibility as it tries to advance the scientific community’s understanding of the plasma driven sub-atomic Universe Keshe theorized to develop his range of (he claims) fully working technologies which include food, water and energy solutions. Keshe’s most intriguing claim is that US President Obama has issued an executive order effectively banning anyone from even viewing the Keshe technologies.

An executive order issued in April this year threatens anyone considered ‘…to have sold, leased, or otherwise provided, directly or indirectly, goods, services, or technology to Iran or Syria likely to be used to facilitate computer or network disruption, monitoring, or tracking that could assist in or enable serious human rights abuses by or on behalf of the Government of Iran or the Government of Syria…

Keshe’s technology is reported to eradicate local electronic activities while operational, and thus may have been used to electronically sever the US drone from it’s eight communications satellites before it’s capture by Iranian forces. Whether aimed at Keshe or not, this Executive Order could certainly be applied to Keshe and anyone that associates with him due to his collaboration on high technology projects in Tehran.

Keshe claims Iran have not initiated aggressive action against anyone for hundreds of years, but have stated that they will not hesitate to use his technology to ‘annihilate’ any aggressor(s) against Iran, should military action take place. It’s hard to believe the US administration and CIA are not aware of this left field dimension to the military potential of Iran, especially as their RQ 170 Sentinel was captured inexplicably unharmed representing a huge compromise of US military security, even if it was captured using standard hacking techniques – which should have left it a crashed wreck.

Could this ‘Keshe factor’ be playing a hidden role in the unfolding story of Iran? If there is even a grain of truth in the plasma theory and the Keshe technologies the implications could be global and game changing for humanity’s immediate and long term future.

Keshe has written an open letter to the Obama administration asking them to accept that his technologies could free the human race from many restrictions and solve most challenges, and to move beyond the power position their current technological advantages give them for the good of humanity. As yet he has received no reply.

Many readers might find this story outlandish, but I encourage those who do to follow your own lines of research to assess this potentially important story – which has implications and dimensions beyond the Iran issue – for themselves.

Comment: Good research. But God is more able than any human being. Hell is eternal, hell is eternal, hell is eternal…

U.S. as well will have to submit to my religion of euthanasia

Especially for Those About to Retire … Or Thought They Were

Furthermore, financial security for the future, often referred as the “American Dream,” is increasingly out of reach for many millions.  This is especially true for those approaching retirement—a goal that has been undermined, even destroyed, by the economic crash of 2007, which robbed so many of what small wealth they had. Over the long run, a major culprit has been the replacement of pensions by the grossly inadequate 401K model, which is forcing millions of Americans to keep on working, or find marginal jobs to help pay the bills as they age, or in some cases fall into poverty, living only on a meager Social Security stipend.

As Joshua Holland recently noted, this trend “has been an integral part of what Yale political scientist Jacob Hacker called the great risk-shift, in which the burden of paying for education, healthcare and retirement has increasingly shifted from corporations and the government onto the backs of individuals and families.”

Teresa Ghilarducci, a professor of economics at the New School for Social Research writes, “The specter of downward mobility in retirement is a looming reality for both middle- and higher-income workers. Almost half of middle-class workers, 49 percent, will be poor or near poor in retirement, living on a food budget of about $5 a day.” She adds, “Seventy-five percent of Americans nearing retirement age in 2010 had less than $30,000 in their retirement accounts.”

But the situation is far from great for recent college graduates, many of whom are being crushed under student loan debt, while facing a competitive and often exploitative job market, where all too often an unpaid internship is an essential way to advance in a career. This is the first generation since the Great Depression that will make less money and have fewer resources than their parents. Perhaps because of dealing with all the stress, this generation has a prescription pill epidemic on their hands, which may be leading to a significant increase in suicides in their demographic.

Comment: Victory is inevitable. Only my religion combines euthanasia with eternal hell to back-up. Also think of my other powerful predictions as regards the civil war in Syria, and the destabilization of Israel by the rapidly breeding Ultra-Orthodox.


Doxing myself

A recently introduced bill in the Illinois state Senate would require anonymous website comment posters to reveal their identities if they want to keep their comments online.

The bill, called the Internet Posting Removal Act, is sponsored by Illinois state Sen. Ira Silverstein. It states that a “web site administrator upon request shall remove any comments posted on his or her web site by an anonymous poster unless the anonymous poster agrees to attach his or her name to the post and confirms that his or her IP address, legal name, and home address are accurate.”

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The Democratic lawmaker’s bill, which does not ask for or clarify requirements from entities requesting the comment removal, would take effect 90 days after becoming law.

Pseudonymous and anonymous comments have long been a critical part of U.S. public discourse, though, and the bill may be on shaky legal ground.

The Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) noted on its website that the “right to anonymous speech is also protected well beyond the printed page.”

“Thus in 2002 the Supreme Court struck down a law requiring proselytizers to register their true names with the mayor’s office before going door-to-door,” wrote EFF, noting that the Supreme Court protects Internet commentary as it does pamphleteering.

The bill is part of a larger trend of lawmakers seeking to censor anonymous online speech.

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The New York State Assembly sought the passage of a similar bill in May 2012, and Arizona lawmakers worked to ban Internet trolling altogether in April 2012. Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer signed the bill into law in May 2012, but only after the contentious language was cut.

Local lawmakers took similar action in Tennessee in 2012, when the Shelby County Commission pressed for a court order to reveal the identities of online commentators who posted nearly 9,000 comments on Memphis news site, Commercial Appeal.

Silverstein did not return The Daily Caller’s request for comment.

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Comment: I updated my About page. Note that One People’s Project doxes people all the time, but when Matt Hale did it,  he was jailed for forty years. So who has power, who has privilege?

End Permanent Alimony Forever Say Opponents

When a couple says ’til death do us part, they may assume a divorce would render this marriage vow null. But in a number of states, permanent alimony laws still bind divorcees together until the grave (or remarriage).

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According to US News and World Report, this financial life sentence after divorce persists in states including New Jersey, Oregon, Vermont, Connecticut, North Carolina, West Virginia, and Florida (typically for marriages lasting at least 10 years).

But a number of states are working on reform, including Florida, where just last week lawmakers approved a bill that would limit the amount of financial support an ex-spouse receives based on the length of a marriage.

Alimony reform advocates are looking to make similar changes in New Jersey, and two of them sat down with The Daily Ticker to talk about it.

“For marriages lasting a relatively short period of time, alimony for the rest of your life is the rule rather than the exception,” Tom Leustek, president of New Jersey Alimony Reform, explains about his state’s law. “You can take this to extreme cases of someone married 10 or 15 years and then having to pay or receiving alimony for the next 40 and 50 years.”

And while the Wall Street Journal reports that most alimony payers are still men, a growing number of women pay spousal support.

Sheila Taylor is one of them. She shares her personal story in the accompanying video, including an acrimonious 25-year marriage with a substance-abusing man who left her. A judge ordered her to give her ex-husband permanent alimony support.

Related: Female Breadwinners Are Good for Both Sexes, Author Says

Taylor, the president of New Jersey Women for Alimony Reform, describes permanent spousal support as a “personal entitlement program.” She explains that the rules governing spousal support are unfair compared with other types of benefits such as unemployment insurance. There are limits to how long someone can receive welfare and unemployment insurance depends on whether or not one can show he or she is making an honest effort to find work. Taylor says no such requirements are applied to alimony recipients.

Family law attorneys argue reform measures are more broadly punitive against women. In fact,studies show that a divorce in general is more punitive for women. A study from researchers in Australia determined that a woman’s household income drops significantly after a divorce, while a man’s continues to grow. This finding falls in-line with earlier research from the book “The Divorce Revolution.” According to the book, a typical woman’s standard of living falls 70% post-divorce. Meanwhile, her ex-husband sees a 42% rise in his standard of living. And the trend can be attributed to the cost of raising children. Mothers are still doing much more of the childrearing than fathers.

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Leustek says clear guidelines for typical cases are the solution for making alimony fair for anyone involved. He says judges can then use discretion for unique outlier cases. In the case of New Jersey, Leustek advocates capping alimony to 30 or 35 percent of an individual payer’s income.

Comment: The MRM is making inroads. Maybe alimony would be made dependent on the relative behavior of the spouses.

Hunter Wallace doesn’t want positive input

White Nationalism, as its stands, has four major weaknesses.

-It doesn’t take in account the asymmetry of race-mixing. Non-Whites accept everybody with a non-White father, making their males more attractive to all females, Whites included.

-It treats Muslims as a non-White race, subject to the self-destructive race-mixing rules outlined above. This makes it very hard to deal with the Islam problem.

-It parasitizes on Conservatism, taking their ideas about welfare and crime. Politically Incorrect people are more likely to lose their job and end up in prison. This also alienates the White proletariat and lumpenproletariat.

-It doesn’t understand that the Left considers them Fascists, that is, not eligible to normal democratic or even legal protection. Any non-violence from Fascists is seen as temporary and misdirection, i.e. hudna and taqiyya.

Or does he? We will wait.