“Covid-19,” Psychological Operations, and the War for Technocracy

Very important. Please take the time to read Dr David Hughes publication. Link at bottom.

This may seem far fetched but it is not. Dr Hughes links the recent insane drive to inject everyone with a genetically modified biological agent, not just to CBDC’s but to bitcoin/crypto digital money.

He notes the connections between the covid psyops, digital ID, links to the AADHAR system trialed in India, which was set up by N.R. Narayana Murthy, the billionaire father-in-law of British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak and blockchain/crypto.”

Maybe the turnaround that some, such as Blackrock, Trump and the Argentinian president. have had towards crypto, is because the ‘plan has been revealed to them?

Blackrock and others would have had to manipulate the hard fork from the original bitcoin so they could control it. They know the current finanical system is not sustainable – they see this as their way out. A new financial system powered by humans. All the BTC supporters should be aware that they are helping the technocrats.

It is not a way out for the general population, who will be digital slaves, only intended for the lunatics who are running the asylum.

Extract from “Covid-19,” Psychological Operations, and the War for Technocracy by Dr David Hughes.

“Microsoft patent WO/2020/060606 (awarded March 26, 2020) is for a device that will “award cryptocurrency to the user whose body activity data is verified” via a “mining process” (Abramson et al., 2020).

Human bodies thereby become part of the financial system, trainable via cryptocurrency rewards.

This has to be understood in the context of the move towards CBDC (a centralised form of blockchain), whereby all money must be digital and it must be tied reliably to human beings via a biometric ID system such as the AADHAR system trialled in India, which was set up by N.R. Narayana Murthy, the billionaire father-in-law of British Prime Minister and former Chancellor of the Exchequer, Rishi Sunak. Why else would IMF chief Kristalina Georgieva make the extraordinary claim in 2021 that “This year, next year, vaccine policy is economic policy, and it is an even higher priority than the traditional tools of fiscal and monetary policy.”

Why? Because without it, we cannot turn the fate of the world economy around” (cited Australian Voice, 2021). The aim seems to be to make human bodies part of a revolutionised global financial system.”

How might it turn out?

“In July 2021, INBRAIN and Merck announced a partnership to co-develop the next generation of graphene bioelectronic vagus nerve therapies. In the wrong hands, such technologies could be used as weapons to target the heart, lungs, and digestive tract remotely.

In view of the widespread abandonment of medical ethics since 2020 (“first do no harm” vs. coerced injection of entire populations with dangerous experimental substances), there is no reason to think that such technologies will be responsibly used. Alternatively, dissidents could be tortured by remote control. “

It seems that at the very least mass non-compliance will be required to prevent the plans being enacted. They will do their best to keep us distracted and divided, they have to, the alternative is complete failure.


Credential Stuffing

Credential Stuffing

Thousands of people across Australia have woken up to the news that they might be victims of ongoing online scams.

Cyber security company, Kasada, has been investigating cyber attacks and found a number of well-known retailers might have been compromised, according to the Sydney Morning Herald.

In their analysis, Kasada alleges some customers of Guzman y Gomez, Dan Murphy’s, Binge, TVSN and Event Cinemas have had their online accounts compromised.

This comes just a week after the news that online retailer, The Iconic had been breached, causing some customers to lose thousands of dollars and have their user details breached.

In these attacks, cyber criminals are using a scam called “credential stuffing” to gain access to an individual’s online account and make fraudulent transactions.

As a small business, if you trade online using an eCommerce store or you purchase online — here’s what you need to know.

What is credential stuffing?

Credential stuffing is a type of cyber attack that targets people who have previously had their usernames, emails or passwords stolen in a data breach. They are then more vulnerable to a second, more dangerous attack where cyber criminals reuse the email and password combinations to get access to more of your accounts, and more of your personal data.

It might help to think of credential stuffing like a cyber criminal game of bingo. Hackers will take your previously stolen passwords and try to crack your other accounts using the same details. This is why people who reuse the same passwords when shopping online are more at-risk of an attack.

What are credential stuffing shopping scams?

When cyber criminals successfully use credential stuffing to guess your password on a online shopping account then they have the ability to place orders, and charge them back to your previously used credit card!

How do I know if my details have been hacked?

Kasada, who has been analysing the attacks, says that 15,000 Australian accounts have been hacked in the past three months, as at January 2023, with that number growing daily.

People who use the same passwords across many accounts are most vulnerable to a credential stuffing cyber attack, especially if they have previously had their usernames stolen in an unrelated data breach.

If you are unsure if you have previously had your data leaked online you can check by visiting the website ‘Have I been pwnd’ which checks your email against known data leaks. If the email you usually shop with is in on this list it means  you can be targeted with a credential stuffing attack.

Because credential stuffing cyber attacks impersonate legitimate shoppers using real passwords and real usernames, it makes it very difficult for online businesses to identify the scam.

While many companies are still learning or investigating the attacks, we encourage you to review your bank statements and look out for any suspicious transactions.

If you think you have been hacked, you can make a report to the ACSC.


Take Time Out

Take Time Out

In chatting to many people I have been able to help them identify their basic purpose. It has always been a specialization of the desire to help.

I think the problem is that we are not taught to look for it, to recognize and pursue it. In many cases we are dissuaded from it – “You can’t make enough money doing that!”

If you would like some ideas on how to identify your basic purpose, here’s a blog post I wrote to help you:

How To Work Out Your Basic Purpose In Life

How To Work Out Your Basic Purpose In Life