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message 1: by James, Group Founder (new)

James Morcan | 11371 comments Iain wrote: "A virtual border instead of Trump’s wall?


That seems a lot wiser.

message 2: by James, Group Founder (new)

James Morcan | 11371 comments Iain wrote: "Name me one Western leader in the last 20-30 years who did/does this or is able to go 3-4 hrs non-stop taking questions from the press?

And not a teleprompter in sight . . . ...."

I dunno, but maybe your current PM's dance moves are an even greater expression of improvisation? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qjGkQ...

message 3: by James, Group Founder (last edited Feb 18, 2019 11:59PM) (new)

James Morcan | 11371 comments Iain wrote: "Is 2019 The Year Robot Security Guards Go Mainstream?

It's not exactly an AI takeover, but new high-tech security guards are causing some very famous heads to turn across Southern California as si..."

That video ended on a worrisome note, mate. It began all rosy, then it ends with saying each robot guard can also impose "force multiplying physical deterrents" but that "it's not clear measures are"...and then the video just abruptly ends...almost as if to say: Expect to have hand to hand combat with a robot soon!

message 4: by James, Group Founder (last edited Feb 22, 2019 07:08AM) (new)

James Morcan | 11371 comments Iain wrote: "Putin is Focused on AI! Russian Scientists Working Overtime to Create Terminator Type Intellect!

President Putin: “Dear colleagues! We see that the global competition is shifting towards science, ..."

AI, Putin

I, Putin by Jennifer Ciotta

message 5: by Bojan (new)

Bojan | 11 comments Oh slowly, I got scared. Even I don't have to but what you wrote there is serious. But talking about hackers, I've got a few trojans, but the most serious was what ur telling. I got a few decrypted hijacker recognized as malware first. and I could not solve it with Malwarebytes Malware who is everybody using. Now, what!??
Luckily I found on the net the 360 Total Protection-Premium, and bought for a really cheap prize because it has 3 layers antispam, adblocker, even an encrypter! So I did get rid of the malware for good!

message 6: by Kaiser (new)

Kaiser Machiavelli  (2002dahmed) | 1 comments Thanks for providing the link, much appreciated!

message 7: by Bojan (new)

Bojan | 11 comments There is truly what you're saying. I wrote an article about future warfare, and guess what did I found out? You have to read my story about Cyberwarfare. But, I just wanna inform you when you write about such topics was governments and their secretes are involved to be careful. After my story was released, some "big names" started to visit me, I received also very uncomfort indirect threats or warnings per video were are some masked people with the message "we monitor you". Thus, be careful. Here is the link


message 8: by Bojan (new)

Bojan | 11 comments Iain wrote: "Putin holds annual news conference (English) Part 1


Putin holds annual news conference (English) Part 2



Agree with you on that, and that's what I was talking about in my journal research, where, and how will be the next Warfare look like. I hope you've read it. I think I might post the link on this topic or a similar one...well, if u want to take a look, it's free for everyone. All I wrote about, it's a tabu topic, but the "main" source is proven, research on the field by a very educated man, who's also a journalist, but I call him just Gabriel. Thus, my story is significant because it represents the truth.


message 9: by James, Group Founder (new)

James Morcan | 11371 comments Oh great... Automated nuclear reactors?!

message 10: by James, Group Founder (new)

James Morcan | 11371 comments False-flag cyberattacks are a growing threat. We must strengthen our defenses. https://www.washingtonpost.com/opinio...

False-flag operations are becoming more common for nation-states, and more sophisticated. The National Security Agency this week released a warning that hacks in 35 countries that appeared at first glance to come from Iran were not what they seemed: The intruders instead were Russians who had hijacked the other country’s servers to spy in disguise. Days before, a Wired investigation meticulously recounted an assault that threatened to cripple the PyeongChang Winter Olympics last year, also by Russia, which in this case made it seem as though the attack came from North Korea.

message 11: by James, Group Founder (new)

James Morcan | 11371 comments Iain wrote: "So easy to 'spoof' an IP to make it appear like it came from someone else...."

Sounds about as easy as spoofing the mainstream media of physical attacks coming from certain "evil enemies" :)

A cyber 9/11 coming up soon, you think?
You think they'll orchestrate it to justify draconian online laws that are the equivalent of the Patriot Act and other post 9/11 laws that were passed after that event?

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