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Algorithm warfare is literally everywhere nowadays yet most people haven’t got the slightest idea what is going on or what they are being exposed to.

Most of us can relate to Allan Weisbecker’s example of how Yahoo mail served him an ‘associated’ advertisement when one day he mentioned “walking the dog” as he wrote an email.

“This one came up as I was signing ‘allan.’ 

Coincidence? Pu-lease. My point is the lightning speed with which Yahoo’s algorithm worked. Like two seconds was all it took to analyze ‘walking the dog’ then nail me with a dog-related ad – what shocked me was the speed, considering all the cyber-details that had to go through the system. This is what Yahoo uses on a casual daily basis. Imagine the algorithm NSA has grinding away at Fort Meade, to keep track of what you’re thinking and doing.”




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two rival swarms of critters wage a non-stop war for the space

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The Algorithm of Jazz @Yale: Matt Griffith ’14 performs Artie Shaw Concerto for Clarinet


“… The reality is that the gap between mainstream and alternative media outlets has artificially been reduced by co-opting the alternative media and their audiences. Countless examples of this exist. At least 9 out of 10 alt media outlets are pretty much carbon copies of each other and have during the last 5 years been putting their weight behind government policies that would have been exposed and debunked years earlier.

For instance, the false war on islam terror is widely accepted now by guys like Alex Jones, Steve Quayle and Doug Hagmann. All of them are also buying into and spreading other zionist scams, lies and propaganda fluff. For sure these characters are the best of all to put on mainstream news broadcasts – where they belong. They go into suicidal funks when they can parrot Netanyahu’s insane waffling.

The conditioning was, it now seems, planned to climax all along when a type like Trump came into the White House. It is also at this very moment that all of this is being suggested right as zionist puppet Trump is “reshaping” the press room in Washington. How convenient. Likely the NSA algorithms didn’t see this one coming. Riiiight….

Shockingly, well – not really, Hodges’ suggestions are greatly welcomed by his following, when we observe the feedback he gets for it.

Well folks, wish Dave Hodges good luck. Wish him a fruitful career at CNN, ABC or NBC because that’s where he is planning to apply.

It looks like they have come full circle at the transparent alternative media. What once was a platform or niche for alleged dissent has now officially turned into a mergers and acquisitions business model…..”




https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LSHZ_b05W7o (Daddy’s Car, three minutes)

a song composed by Artificial Intelligence – in the style of the Beatles 


Hierarchical Temporal Memory algorithms for understanding asymmetric warfare

Conference Paper:  (PDF Available) April 2009


There is a problem in combat modeling when it comes to accurately representing asymmetric warfare. The roots of this problem stem from the ways in which warfare has evolved over the last century from force-on-force combat to the network-centric warfare (NCW) that has emerged today in its most exemplary fashion in the Middle East, especially in the context of Joint Urban Operations (JUO). Therefore, this paper focuses on some of the previous attempts as a means to motivate the need for a new technique that understands the interactions on which an accurate representation of NCW rests. Given the difficulties of previous modeling attempts, this work then focuses on the profound impact that human behavior has on the modeling of NCW. Furthermore, with such attention to human behavior, the discussion of modeling NCW shifts to the human brain and its impact on behavior in such an environment. Thus the topic of this paper turns towards what results from neuroscience are useful for understanding NCW and how those facts can be translated into use on modern computers, via the use of hierarchical temporal memory (HTM) algorithms; finally, the inherent issues with such a task shall then be discussed.



From the single desk of a startup hedge fund to the gilded halls of Goldman Sachs, computer code is now responsible for most of the activity on Wall Street.

















http://algorithmicjazz.com/p5js/coj/cojindex.html A jazz melody algorithm. Click, hold, and move the cursor around on the screen.


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Algorithm warfare is a very complex topic that needs to be introduced to the world, not the least due to the present and future dangers that it poses.

Algorithm warfare includes more than just the deployment of analytical, defensive and conditioning or offensive (hostile) algorithms by commercial entities and government agencies. It is also about constantly creating floods of fresh mineable data; analyzing, exploiting and manipulating financial markets, perceptions and public opinions; and the eventual creation and deployment of self-perpetuating loops of algorithmic artificial intelligences that can steer a planetary populace on autopilot.

Although the basic concept of algorithms is understood by the general public, the advances and potential capabilities in the field are far less understood. It is therein that the dangers lay.

In our introductory articles [1, 2, 3, 4] the concept of algorithm warfare has already been explained with practical examples but a clear overview of who and what the major players are for instance, who the centerpieces are if you will, had yet to be created.

This page will also serve that purpose, to list those involved directly and indirectly. The longer the list becomes the clearer the bigger picture will become on where algorithm warfare is coming from and where it is heading.


Enhanced PROMIS Contract (Inslaw)

Insider Trading 9/11: Substantial Profits in Financial Markets



“Psychological warfare (PSYWAR), or the basic aspects of modern psychological operations (PSYOP), have been … used “to denote any action which is practiced mainly by psychological methods with the aim of evoking a planned psychological reaction in other people.” 

Various techniques are used, and are aimed at influencing a target audience’s value system, belief system, emotions, motives, reasoning, or behavior

It is used to induce confessions or reinforce attitudes and behaviors favorable to the originator’s objectives, and are sometimes combined with black operations or false flag tactics. 

It is also used to destroy the morale of enemies through tactics that aim to depress troops’ psychological states. 

Target audiences can be governments, organizations, groups, and individuals, and is not just limited to soldiers. 

Civilians of foreign territories can also be targeted by technology and media so as to cause an effect in the government of their country…..”




The co-founder & lead developer for Warfare Plugins is a WordPress enthusiast and U.S. Army Reserves Psychological Operations Sergeant.


This article was published by Jeff Gates for Foreign Policy Journal on August 28, 2009.  It was included on the IRIS website because it provides a perspective that is completely in line with their algorithm warfare sensitization campaigns and it explains an aspect of it from a specific point of view that interlocks with our previous report titled “Israeli Intelligence Deploys New ‘Anti-Semitism’ Identification System“.


“… Israeli game theorists operate not from the Center for Morality or the Center for Justice but from the Center for Rationality. As modeled by Zionist war planners, game theory is devoid of all values except one: the ability to anticipate—within an acceptable range of probabilities—how “the mark” will react when provoked. Thus we see the force-multiplier potential for those who wage war with well-planned provocations and well-timed crises.

Israeli behavior is often immoral and unjust but that does not mean it is irrational. For Colonial Zionists committed to the pursuit of an expansionist agenda, even murderous provocations are rational because the response can be mathematically modeled, ensuring the results are reasonably foreseeable. That alone is sufficient for a people who, as God’s chosen, consider it their right to operate above the rule of law.”


“… already points to a future in which intelligence-gathering, assessment and military action, including the calculation of who can legally be killed, will largely be performed by machines based upon an ever-expanding database of aggregated information. As such, this transition to execution by algorithm is not simply a continuation of killing at ever greater distances inaugurated by the invention of the bow and arrow that separated warrior and foe, as many have suggested. [3] It is also a consequence of the ongoing automation of warfare, which can be traced back to the cybernetic coupling of Claude Shannon’s mathematical theory of information with Norbert Wiener’s wartime research into feedback loops and communication control systems. [4] As this new era of intelligent weapons systems progresses, operational control and decision-making are increasingly being outsourced to machines…..”

“…. When one poses the question, under what conditions is it morally acceptable to deliberately kill a human being, one is not, in this case, asking whether the law permits such an act for reasons of imminent threat, self-defence or even empathy for someone who is in extreme pain or in a non-responsive vegetative state. The moral register around the decision to kill operates according to a different ethical framework: one that doesn’t necessarily bind the individual to a contract enacted between the citizen and the state. Moral positions can be specific to individual values and beliefs whereas legal frameworks permit actions in our collective name as citizens contracted to a democratically elected body that acts on our behalf but with which we might be in political disagreement. ….”


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JANUARY 19, 2016

The F-35 Joint Strike Fighter, the most expensive weapons program ever, won’t justify its price tag by outmaneuvering other jets (it can’t), flying particularly fast, or even by carrying munitions in a stealthy bomb bay. Instead, the U.S. military is banking on an emerging technology called cognitive electronic warfare to give the jet an almost-living ability to sniff out new hard-to-detect air defenses and invent ways to foil them on the fly.

While the specifics of the jet’s electronic warfare, or EW, package remain opaque, scientists, program watchers and military leaders close to the program say it will be key to the jet’s evolution and its survival against the future’s most advanced airplane-killing technology. In short, cognitive EW is the most important feature on the world’s most sophisticated warplane…..

Read “interaction” in that context to mean the critical moment when an adversary, perhaps a single lowly radar operator, detects a U.S. military aircraft on a covert operation. That moment of detection is the sort of world-changing event that happens, literally, in the blink of an eye.

Just before the study came out, the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, or DARPA, established the Adaptive Radar Countermeasures program to “enable U.S. airborne EW systems to automatically generate effective countermeasures against new, unknown and adaptive radars in real-time in the field.”

The goal: EW software that can perceive new waveforms and attacks as quickly and as clearly as a living being can hear leaves rustle or see a predator crouching in the distance, then respond creatively to the threat: can I outrun that? Can I fight it? Should I do anything at all? It’s a problem of artificial intelligence: creating a living intelligence in code….”

The full article is here:



“What we’ve done with the 5th Generation [aircraft] is the computer takes all those sensory inputs, fuses it into information. The pilot sees a beautiful God’s eye view of what’s going on. […] It’s a stunning amount of information.”

—Gen. Mike Hostage, Commander, Air Combat Command, U.S. Air Force




Posted May 23, 2015 by Danny Crichton (@DannyCrichton), Contributor

“… Algorithms are not just determining who lives, but also who dies. The Defense Department, taking advantage of incredible advancements in autonomous technologies, is increasingly advocating for self-flying drones. The hope is that machine learning and better algorithms can reduce the human error in drone-based assassinations, potentially allowing these technologies to make the decision to shoot without human intervention.

Ever since the development of computers in the mid–20th century, algorithms have been used to increase business efficiency. Today, algorithms run our world. UPS and FedEx use algorithms to optimize the routes of its drivers, Procter & Gamble and Walmart use learning algorithms to ensure that sufficient products are on store shelves, and banks use algorithms not only for securities trading but also to predict cash flows…..”

“… There is an objective quality about the computer that is lacking in a human being, even though they are both ultimately political. It is just that the human seems political at the time the decision is made, while the algorithm was political when it was designed and implemented…..”

“… There is a belief that moving such decisions away from humans and into the machine-learning black box is the solution to many of our political problems. That is precisely wrong. We aren’t avoiding the politics of our decisions, but rather giving up human agency itself to allow the computer to make it for us. This is the fundamental difference between first and second generation algorithms.

Developing policies in our society is the forcing function to ensure that we come together, debate, and ultimately work toward a usable consensus on how we want our government to function. The more we give up on those sorts of arenas for debate, the more we will increasingly find that our society simply cannot work together whatsoever.


Algorithms will not save us. They cannot make the decisions we have to make any easier, and in fact, can massively increase the level of polarization that takes place in our country. Using an algorithm in immigration to predict economic performance may sound like a way to avoid a hard debate about immigration, but that is precisely why it is so dangerous. Who exactly do we want to allow into our country? Computer code can’t make us content…..

I still believe that when the algorithms themselves are part of the political debate, we can increase the efficiency of government while also improving the lives of citizens.

Ultimately, we live with each other in a human society. We should never give up our seat at the table in order to allow the algorithms to just do their work. The data we allow them to use and the models we allow them to calculate should all be areas where humans have a voice. Our politicians need to see the algorithm as where politics is increasingly centered, and engage with them accordingly.”





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Dave McGowan

This is about Dave McGowan.

Stay with me because it’s not immediately apparent.

I have to lead with his name for search engine optimization even though it is increasingly obvious that search engines are being programmed to ignore certain topics, and certain people.  (Think of it as denigration and marginalization at a very subtle level, done in a very covert way.)

As suggested elsewhere and with increasing frequency, the elite corpratocracy (Google, Facebook, the Israeli-infilitrated NSA, and DARPA, among many others,including your average run-of-the-mill employer, local news outlet, and even your favorite sports teams) are working together to program your reticular activating system, which is your brain’s own internal search engine, or filter. It regulates the degree to which you pay attention, and what you ought to pay attention to. It is instrumental in regulating your state of wakefulness.  But I digress…


There was overnight news about the Senate’s failure to pass the USA Freedom Act or otherwise rein in, reform or stop (or renew?) the bulk collection of telephone records, but I am not going to get terribly excited about whether this politician or that one succeeded or failed. 

Do you really think that an unacountable government, executive branch, super-secret intelligence agency or covert “deep political” leadership that has been involved extensively for decades in wholesale criminality through extra-Constitutional means is going to change its behavior because a significant percentage of super-wealthy corrupt elitists thought it should?


Panic lads, it’s a red alert

There’s something here from somewhere else

The war machine springs to life 

Opens up one eager eye

Focusing it on the sky

Ninety-nine red balloons go by


This weekend — right in time for Memorial Day —  we had the trial balloon meme psy-op-of-the-day that ISIS is working to purchase a nuclear weapon. That’s sure to set the militarists more upright as they march off to the cemeteries and honor those they succeeded in getting themselves eager for self-sacrifice. With nukes, though, it’s much easier and faster, and none of those sad funerals with dreary taps on the trumpet. 


The Saudis want nukes too. 

The Zionists in Israel got theirs covertly through the Johnson administration (wink, wink); Myer Feldman got his Coca-Cola factory in Israel. 

There’s probably a nuke hiding somewhere after the Barksdale/Minot debacle, and there’s a long-history and literature about false flags. 

We’ve had at least two recent very weird incidents involving the takeover/disappearance of large commercial aircraft coming well over a decade after the exercise of boxcutters and Saudis pretending to be bin Laden’s minions.  

We’ve also had this past week’s truly humorous disclosure that Osama bin Laden was reading the same books you and I have already read.



DRG autograph to Magmak

My copy of Griffith’s “New Pearl Harbor Revisited” was autographed “to Magmak”by the author that night in Keene, NH when I asked him — given the publication of one of his books by the same church that baptized me — to address the subject the fact that America was engaged in a struggle with demonic evil.  

You did know he was a published expert on the topic of evil, didn’t you?


I was just reminded by my archival holdings of the days when I used to argue with an Federal EPA employee who claimed to have been in New York that fateful day, and was then assigned to the LA brownfields reclamation project, and who said that the towers fell because the hijacked aircraft sliced through thick steel beams “like a knife through butter”.  

He also claimed Griffin was a neo-con. 

When I contacted Dr. Griffin out in California and had him write a rebuttal which I posted, he and some moderators had a meltdown of their own. There was no proof that their meltdown was aided by nanothermites. 

My verbal battles with the Phoenician (and the “side-door” lawyer who claimed he wasn’t a lawyer until the proof was published, and the Finnish fellow married to the Colombian who turned out to be an exec employed by a US Department of Energy sub-contractor) are history. [ A tip of the cap to my wingman… ]


Does the fact that the very same books on my bookshelf that were on bin Laden’s bookshelf are autographed mean that I will get a visit from an agent, or maybe a drone?   


Speaking of False Flag literature, it’s curious that that one wasn’t on that ODNI list of bin Laden’s preferred reading.  My copy isn’t autographed, though. The author was apparently working on the sequel when…  Really nasty things happen to people who ask a lot of questions and do a lot of homework and then write up their findings for publication. People get dead when they look into and talk about things like organized pedophilia, or bank fraud.  The list of dead microbiologists is widely-mirrored on the Internet. This triplet of blogs is dedicated to people like  Veronica Guerin, Don Bolles, and others who gave their lives to point the spotlight at the nexus of socio-political criminal behavior and cultural complicity in it.  Just the other day I asked myself “Whatever happened to General John Wheeler III?” Maybe Joe Biden’s son knows. Beau had  a “mild stroke” in May 2010 and underwent surgery at a Texas cancer center in August 2013 to remove a small lesion on his brain. 



Ashes and soot fallen

Petrified by blood and tears:

Whetstone for a sword?



On 9/14/01, three days after the central event in question, still in shock and still assembling my own thoughts and reactions, I wrote a short haiku that expressed the prevailing drum-rattling rhetoric everyone heard from Georgie “meagaphone on the pile” Bush bouncing the propaganda that had been pouring off the TV screens. 

The haiku reflected my own understanding of martial budo by using a single word title that reflected a state of mind. The calligraphic question lie in the use of either a a question mark or an exclamation point.  The assembled commentators inside the media coverage all used the exclamation point and lots of capital letters.  Almost no one paused to ask questions, with the exception of at least one fellow: Dave McGowan.

The word zanshin has been written about extensively in English, as if we gaijin could penetrate that culture. I first ran across the word, not in aikido class, but in Howard Rheingold’s book “They Have a Word For It” .

Even during the live reporting of the event, the Zionist/neocon state of awareness had us rushing to prepare for something we didn’t understand in a way that would benefit only Israel.  In my understanding, zanshin connotes a technical skill at finishing an encounter in a stance that allows clear decision-making, readiness for repeated attack and thus the necessity for continued skill in defense, and a clear-headedness. 

C. E. Clark says  that zanshin is a quality that is made up of several other basic ingredients:

Shisei (posture); Metsuke (eye control); Ma-ai (engagement distance); Kiai (focused energy); 

Ki musubi (connection); Kime (decisive focus); Riai (essence of the technique); and Kanken (intuition/awareness). 

“It has to do with a quality of stillness in action and action in stillness.”

Whether it was the reactive Western taste for revenge, or the coldly calculated evil of a ruse that cost millions of lives, trillions of doillars, and has done extensive damage to the genetic futures of an entire culture (to say nothing of the psychic and spiritual states of much of the planet), the post-9/11 mindset involved little stillness or quality — unless you were financially invested in the outcome, as were many of the perpetrators.  Cui bono, indeed. 

I’m just one fellow way back in the cheap seats. I read a lot.

I don’t pretend for a moment to be a leader or at the forefront of anything.  

After the verbal skirmishes noted above, and the demise of discussion through ridicule, marginalization and denigration, and short stays at two backwater discussion boards and a medical rehabilitation center, and having been tossed out by the Zio-cryptocrats deflecting any inquiries of substance into the Kennedy assassination or 9/11 at the Deep Politics Forum, I found my way to a neighborhood where questioning things was not only encouraged but honed. 

This weekend, two of the residents in that neighborhood have called our attention to the plight of one of the true leaders, here and, as if often the case, mirrored and expanded upon soon therafter, as in this case.  

Griffin is well-known and well-published, Marshall less well-known and Dave McGowan can be considered so poorly known (except among the cognoscenti) that news of his rapidly-declining health may draw stifled yawns and a chous of “who?”.  

This is about Dave McGowan. 

Those knowledgeable, aware and alert people who have the self-dignity and all those other ingredients of zanshin and who are aware of Dave’s circumstances nod and kneel in prayer (back straight, eyes up, weight balanced and centered) because they have probably also read Dr. Mary’s Monkey and/or The Last Circle.  

Both of those books are on my bookself too, though I doubt they made the ODNI list.  (Much has been written about them and remains visible on the Internet; you can also find audio interviews.)

The former is Dr. Edward Haslam’s tale of “the mash of science, secrecy, patriotism, power, paranoia and extremism” that once was the subject of History Channel and 60 Minutes episodes, both cancelled before air time. (I haven’t bought the recently-updated version of Dr. Mary’s Monkey, the one with 25 more pages, crime scene photos, and “documents from the FBI, CIA, CDC, and NOPD”.)

The latter is Cheri Seymour’s extended story of Danny Casolaro’s investigation; he “was found dead in a bathtub in room 517 of the Sheraton Hotel in Martinsburg, West Virginia, his wrists slashed 10–12 times. A note was found, and the medical examiner ruled the death a suicide.[1]

I’ve read Seymour’s book about a triple murder on a Californian Indian tribe reservation, and wrote a review of it that is posted on the Internet, with questions for the author, and her answers.  Of interest — aside from the obvious, the depth of the tale, Rachel Begley’s perseverance, and the aftermath of the arrest and non-trial of the murderer — were the oblique, secondary references to biological warfare and the documented insights of Seymour’s deep research that culminated on page 373. Many of the key players have gone to ground.  

Haslam’s work discuses covert work done on fast-acting cancer viruses to be used as asssassination weapons, notably on Castro, under the shadow of the New Orleans/JFK events and, in many cases, involving the very same people who show up in the complex tales of the murder of Jack Kenendy. 

Jack Ruby himself died of a fast cancer. 

There has been much said about “scientific assassination” .  

Jennifer Lake has written and researched extensively on the topic of cancer-causing monkey virus

I’ve taken the liberty of encapsulating the piece that Dave McGowan wrotewhich you can find by clicking through the links provided the day after the Towers fell


McGowan published 9:12:01


Dave went on to write extensively on other similar and related matters (e.g., the Boston Marathon hoax) and you can find that by clicking through too, but I wanted you to have a quicker and more-easily-shared copy of the piece in which Dave talks about:

  • how “our fearless leaders seemed to be veering dangerously close to unleashing ‘tactical’ nuclear weapons upon the world”;
  • “the precise placement of technologically advanced explosives”;  
  • how “military spending and the militarization of the country [would] escalate to a fever pitch”; and 
  • the non-existent chances that the events will get any “close scrutiny from America’s ‘free’ and ‘independent’ press”. 

The fires in the pile hadn’t even been put out when Dave’s analysis was posted on the Internet.  

The engines in NORAD’s pursuit interceptors hadn’t even cooled off.

Georgie hadn’t given his infamous UN speech about intolerance

The former head of the CIA and his beaming proud wife hadn’t reached out to Georgie at the ceremony commemorating the dead.

Dave asked a dozen or more questions, the answers to which neither the government nor the media have yet to provide meaningful or coherent answers.  

Many of us in the cheap seats took days, weeks, months and in some cases even years to summon the guts to even look at the questions. 

Most of America, all of its media (with rare exception) and virtually all of its political officials down to the level of animal control officer refuse to acknowledge the obvious truths, realities and implications. 

Dave had the t’s crossed and the i’s dotted immediately.



Cards and flowers can be sent to Dave at: 

Glendale Adventist Medical Center

Room 1215

1509 Wilson Terrace, 

Glendale, CA 91206