Spies Like Us | The Manifesto 👀


John Donne Show
Published on Aug 7, 2019


Former Google employee accuses tech giant of bias. This is how Google is spying on everything you do. Google Fires Republican Engineer Who Exposed Alleged Bias Against Conservatives. Former Google engineer Kevin Cernekee explains how Google can potentially manipulate the electoral process and addresses the bias within the tech giant.

Is Google manipulating its algorithm to prioritize left-leaning news outlets in their coverage of President Trump?

It sure looks that way based on recent search results for news on the president. Google is spying on everything you. Literally everything. If you are not protecting yourself, Google is after your personal life whether you like it or it. Google spies on you and it’s not just a conspiracy theory anymore. Leaked video shows Google’s top brass ‘upset’ over Trump 2016 win of Trump. Facebook Censors Conservatives Articles, Saying They ‘Look Like Spam’ To test the premise, I performed a Google search for “Trump” using the search engine’s “News” tab and analyzed the results using Sharyl Attkisson’s media bias chart.


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LIBRA, A Crypto Trojan Horse Is THE Central Bank Of FaceBook Designed To Control You Even More!!!

Updated July 2, 2019

House lawmakers officially ask Facebook to put Libra cryptocurrency project on hold


‘These vulnerabilities could be exploited and obscured by bad actors’

By Makena Kelly@kellymakena  | Jul 2, 2019, 6:35pm EDT

“Because Facebook is already in the hands of over a quarter of the world’s population, it is imperative that Facebook and its partners immediately cease implementation plans until regulators and Congress have an opportunity to examine these risks and take action,”

the letter says.

See also:

Published on Jun 19, 2019

Facebook’s ‘Libra’ Currency Will Become A Censorious Dystopian Nightmare

Published on Jun 18, 2019

Facebook details efforts to prepare for 2020 elections, Census disinformation – CBS News

The social network said it’s working to prevent a repeat of the chaos of the 2016 election cycle

The Social Network said it’s Working to Prevent a Repeat of the Chaos of the 2016 Election Cycle       

Source: Facebook details efforts to prepare for 2020 elections, Census disinformation – CBS News0

Liberal Tears flow after Youtube Censors the Far-Left, Radical and Racist Organization, SPLC 🐸😂🤡 | The Daily Caller

Liberal activists are crying foul after YouTube’s demonetizing frenzy slammed the Southern Poverty Law Center.

Facebook to sell out users in France by revealing NAMES of “Hate Speech” “Suspects” | Zero Hedge

by Tyler DurdenThu, 06/27/2019 – 04:15
“Hate speech is no longer considered part of freedom of speech, it’s now on the same level as terrorism,” . “It is a strong signal in terms of regulation.”

Facebook may even condemn users for “statements made in private but later made public,” according to the report by Breitbart’s Allum Bokhari.

by Tyler DurdenThu, 06/27/2019 – 04:15

Facebook head of global affairs Nick Clegg and France’s O met last week, where the social media company agreed to extend its cooperation with French authorities to hate speech. Of note, there are approximately 33 million users in France. 
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“‘Hate speech’ is no longer considered part of freedom of speech, it’s now on the same level as terrorism,” . “It is a strong signal in terms of regulation.” 

said lawyer Sonia Cisse with Linklaters

See full article here: Facebook To Unmask ‘Hate Speech’ Suspects In France | Zero Hedge

Facebook Now Sending “Warnings” Before Liking Conservative Pages | Red, White, and F You

David Basulto who runs a popular page called the “The Hispanic Conservative….” …noticed something odd from his new followers this week. They were complaining that Facebook was sending them warnings before liking the page, and encouraging them to examine the content first.

David Basulto who runs a popular page called the “The Hispanic Conservative….” …noticed something odd from his new followers this week. They were complaining that Facebook was sending them warnings before liking the page, and encouraging them to examine the content first.

Read full story here: Facebook Now Sending “Warnings” Before Liking Conservative Pages | Red, White, and F You

Protest of Spokane Drag Queen Story Hour Saturday, 15JUN2019 at 1300 #Spokane | Charles Carroll Society

By charlescarrollsociety.com/
Over the weekend, Snapchat created various political filters’ celebrating homosexuality. This weekend I watched a video posted by a Twitter user named Ashley Saint Clair of herself with the Snapchat “Love Has No Age” filter. You read that right; the pedophile slogan “Love has No Age” was officially promoted by Snapchat. Facebook owns Snapchat.

Over the weekend, Snapchat created various political filters’ celebrating homosexuality. This weekend I watched a video posted by a Twitter user named Ashley Saint Clair of herself with the Snapchat “Love Has No Age” filter. You read that right; the pedophile slogan “Love has No Age” was officially promoted by Snapchat. Facebook owns Snapchat.  As of yesterday, Snapchat pulled the “Love Has No Age” filter, after massive backlash without explaining why it was added or what Snapchat meant by “Love has no Age.” Perhaps our local congressional representatives can ask Facebook executives, the next time then are on Capital Hill.

You think this is just “a crazy thing on the Internet.” You are wrong. Recently the South Hill Branch Public library of Spokane in Eastern Washington told the public it would be hosting its very first “…special sparkly edition of story time! 

Source: Protest of Spokane Drag Queen Story Hour Saturday, 15JUN2019 at 1300 #Spokane | Charles Carroll Society

“Fascistbook’s” new “Hate” Policy: You might be Labeled a ‘Hate Agent’ | Breitbart

Fakebook reportedly monitors the offline behavior of its users to determine if they should be categorized as a “Hate Agent.”


Facebook reportedly monitors the offline behavior of its users to determine if they should be categorized as a “Hate Agent,” according to a document provided exclusively to Breitbart News by a source within the social media giant.

Sargon of Akkad
Published on Jun 14, 2019
If you’ve ever insulted a German or been convicted of genocide, you might be on Facebook’s list of hate agents.

Facebook may categorize you as a “hate agent” if you

  • praise the wrong person
  • interview the wrong person
  • appear at events with the wrong person

Here’s Facebook’s Process to Label You a ‘Hate Agent ...

Facebook now has a document entitled the “Hate Agent Policy Review” which will be used to determine if some people will be labeled as a “hate agent” and ultimately be banned from using their platform.

This video of Mark Zuckerberg shows how hard it is to deal with fake news


“Imagine this for a second: One man, with total control of billions of people’s stolen data, all their secrets, their lives, their futures,” “I owe it all to Spectre. Spectre showed me that whoever controls the data, controls the future.”

Zuckerberg’s likeness says in the video, whose caption includes “#deepfake”.

Facebook may also categorize you as a hate agent if you self-identify with or advocate for a “Designated Hateful Ideology,” if you associate with a “Designated Hate Entity” (one of the examples cited by Facebook as a “hate entity” includes Islam critic Tommy Robinson), or if you have “tattoos of hate symbols or hate slogans.” (The document cites no examples of these, but the media and “anti-racism” advocacy groups increasingly label innocuous items as “hate symbols,” including a cartoon frog and the “OK” hand sign.)

Facebook will also categorize you as a hate agent for possession of “hate paraphernalia,” although the document provides no examples of what falls into this category.

Facebook monitors users' offline behaviour to determine if ...
Facebook monitors users’ offline behaviour to determine if …
praise the wrong person
interview the wrong person
appear at events with the wrong person

The document also says Facebook will categorize you as a hate agent for “statements made in private but later made public.” Of course, Facebook holds vast amounts of information on what you say in public and in private — and as we saw with the Daily Beast doxing story, the platform will publicize private information on their users to assist the media in hitjobs on regular American citizens.

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Source: Exclusive: Facebook’s Process to Label You a ‘Hate Agent’ Revealed | Breitbart

Facebook’s Data Deals Are Under Criminal Investigation

updated 6/9/19

The Truth Factory
Published on Jun 8, 2019

May 14, 2019

©Jason Henry for The New York Times Facebook’s offices in Menlo Park, Calif. A federal grand jury is looking at partnerships that gave tech companies broad access to Facebook users’ information.

Federal prosecutors are conducting a criminal investigation into data deals Facebook struck with some of the world’s largest technology companies, intensifying scrutiny of the social media giant’s business practices as it seeks to rebound from a year of scandal and setbacks.

A grand jury in New York has subpoenaed records from at least two prominent makers of smartphones and other devices, according to two people who were familiar with the requests and who insisted on anonymity to discuss confidential legal matters. Both companies had entered into partnerships with Facebook, gaining broad access to the personal information of hundreds of millions of its users.

The companies were among more than 150 firms, including Amazon, Apple, Microsoft and Sony, that had cut sharing deals with the world’s dominant social media platform. The agreements, previously reported in The New York Times, let the companies see users’ friends, contact information and other data, sometimes without consent. Facebook has phased out most of the partnerships over the past two years.

“We are cooperating with investigators and take those probes seriously,” a Facebook spokesman said in a statement. “We’ve provided public testimony, answered questions and pledged that we will continue to do so.”

It is not clear when the grand jury inquiry, overseen by prosecutors with the United States attorney’s office for the Eastern District of New York, began or exactly what it is focusing on. Facebook was already facing scrutiny by the Federal Trade Commission and the Securities and Exchange Commission. And the Justice Department’s securities fraud unit began investigating it after reports that Cambridge Analytica, a political consulting firm, had improperly obtained the Facebook data of 87 million people and used it to build tools that helped President Trump’s election campaign.


© Tom Brenner/The New York Times Facebook’s chief executive, Mark Zuckerberg, testifying before Congress in April.

The Justice Department and the Eastern District declined to comment for this article.

The Cambridge investigation, still active, is being run by prosecutors from the Northern District of California. One former Cambridge employee said investigators questioned him as recently as late February. He and three other witnesses in the case, speaking on the condition of anonymity so they would not anger prosecutors, said a significant line of inquiry involved Facebook’s claims that it was misled by Cambridge.

In public statements, Facebook executives had said that Cambridge told the company it was gathering data only for academic purposes. But the fine print accompanying a quiz app that collected the information said it could also be used commercially. Selling user data would have violated Facebook’s rules at the time, yet the social network does not appear to have regularly checked that apps were complying. Facebook deleted the quiz app in December 2015.

The disclosures about Cambridge last year thrust Facebook into the worst crisis of its history. Then came news reports last June and December that Facebook had given business partners — including makers of smartphones, tablets and other devices — deep access to users’ personal information, letting some companies effectively override users’ privacy settings.

The sharing deals empowered Microsoft’s Bing search engine to map out the friends of virtually all Facebook users without their explicit consent, and allowed Amazon to obtain users’ names and contact information through their friends. Apple was able to hide from Facebook users all indicators that its devices were even asking for data.

Privacy advocates said the partnerships seemed to violate a 2011 consent agreement between Facebook and the F.T.C., stemming from allegations that the company had shared data in ways that deceived consumers. The deals also appeared to contradict statements by Mark Zuckerberg and other executives that Facebook had clamped down several years ago on sharing the data of users’ friends with outside developers.

F.T.C. officials, who spent the past year investigating whether Facebook violated the 2011 agreement, are now weighing the sharing deals as they negotiate a possible multibillion-dollar fine. That would be the largest such penalty ever imposed by the trade regulator.

Facebook has aggressively defended the partnerships, saying they were permitted under a provision in the F.T.C. agreement that covered service providers — companies that acted as extensions of the social network.

The company has taken steps in the past year to tackle data misuse and misinformation. Last week, Mr. Zuckerberg unveiled a plan that would begin to pivot Facebook away from being a platform for public sharing and put more emphasis on private communications.

Nicholas Confessore, Alan Feuer and Rebecca R. Ruiz contributed reporting.

Source: © 2019 New York Times

Weighing the Antitrust Case Against Google, Apple, Amazon, and Facebook – Barron’s

Tech shares sold off on sharply on last week’s reports about anti-trust investigations. Why investors need to take a deep breath.

By Tae Kim June 7, 2019 8:01 p.m. ET

Tech shares sold off on sharply on last week’s reports about anti-trust investigations. Why investors need to take a deep breath.

Source: Weighing the Antitrust Case Against Google, Apple, Amazon, and Facebook – Barron’s

The Truth May Shock You! (2019-2020)

Jason A

Published on May 10, 2019

Zuckerberg has given us no reason to believe him

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg on Wednesday made a major proclamation that Facebook’s future will be in private communication.  However, Zuckerberg has shown over his career that Facebook often fails to deliver on his promises.

Salvador Rodriguez | @sal19
Published 4:58 PM ET Thu, 7 March 2019 CNBC.com

Mark Zuckerberg, chief executive officer and founder of Facebook Inc., listens during the Viva Technology conference in Paris, France, on Thursday, May 24, 2018.

Marlene Awaad | Bloomberg | Getty Images
Mark Zuckerberg, chief executive officer and founder of Facebook Inc., listens during the Viva Technology conference in Paris, France, on Thursday, May 24, 2018.

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg on Wednesday made a major proclamation: The future of Facebook is one focused on private communication.

Zuckerberg’s new stance was delivered in a 3,000-word note titled “A Privacy-Focused Vision for Social Networking.” The note outlines the framework with which the company will integrate the private messaging features of its Messenger, Instagram and WhatsApp apps, and it comes after a grueling 2018 in which the company was plagued by multiple scandals related to user privacy.

“I believe we should be working towards a world where people can speak privately and live freely knowing that their information will only be seen by who they want to see it and won’t all stick around forever,” Zuckerberg wrote.

It’s a nice vision, but if history is any indicator, there’s no reason to believe Zuckerberg.

Zuckerberg has done his best to emulate Steve Jobs through his penmanship in notes like the one we saw this week or his showmanship on stage at events like the company’s annual F8 conference, yet his company’s actions rarely deliver on his words. And there are plenty of examples of this.

When it comes to privacy, there are numerous examples throughout Facebook’s history where Zuckerberg has made bold claims about Facebook privacy only to be proven wrong over and over.

But it’s not just privacy issues. There are plenty of other examples where Zuckerberg has promised bold new products — like he did in his essay Wednesday — and failed to deliver.

The first time Zuckerberg hyped a Facebook announcement only to let everyone down over a long period of waiting was back in 2013. Zuckerberg got up before a crowd of journalists to announce “graph search.” This was supposed to be a new breakthrough in search engines. It was a search engine you could ask hyper-specific questions to and receive personalized results. You could ask it questions like “music listened to by my friends who listen to Beyonce” or “my friends who live in Houston” and get exactly what you asked for. That’s what Zuckerberg promised, but it never came to be. Just try to ask Facebook’s search these questions. Search has improved since this announcement, but the results are not what he promised.

Something similar happened later in 2013 when the company announced Facebook Home, a custom version of Android that would launch on the HTC First smartphone. Zuckerberg got on stage to announce both products to much fanfare. This was Facebook’s grand entry into the mobile market. Instead, the phone and the software were instant flops, and Facebook didn’t take long to abandon the project, with AT&T slashing the price of the HTC First from $99 to just 99 cents within weeks of its launch.

In more recent years, Zuckerberg’s words have rung hollow when it comes to his promises for improving the way people talk and connect on the service.

If you thought Zuckerberg’s note this week was long, just look at the mammoth manifesto he wrote in 2017. In that 6,000-word essay, Zuckerberg made multiple promises about improving Facebook after the company came under fire for its failure to address fake news ahead of the 2016 U.S. election. In that note, Zuckerberg made one particular promises that stands out.

He wrote about using artificial intelligence to keep Facebook a community free from bullying and harassment. This promise has failed on two counts. For starters, Facebook is still littered with issues of bullying and harassment, and it’s especially a problem for younger users on Instagram. Secondly, Facebook is not yet at a point where it can rely on AI to remove content that shouldn’t be allowed on the service. The company uses AI for much of its content moderation, but it still relies on thousands of low-paid contractors working in subpar conditions and exposing themselves to content that scars them, as Casey Newton of The Verge demonstrated in his excellent profile of Facebook’s content moderators.

And then there was Zuckerberg’s News Feed algorithm change of 2018. At the time, Zuckerberg announced that Facebook would make “a major change” to how Facebook was built so that the company prioritized “meaningful social interactions” over “relevant content.” In layman’s terms, this meant showing users more content about their friends and less content from publishers. The change certainly had a major impact — just look at the recent layoffs at digital news outlets like Mic and BuzzFeed, two publishers whose business models had relied on traffic from Facebook. And yet, does it really feel like News Feed has improved or been filled with meaningful social interactions? Mine certainly hasn’t. One quick look at my feed and my top posts are a news article, an ad, a news article, a news article and some “friend” I can’t remember who changed his profile picture.

At least year’s F8 conference, Zuckerberg took the stage and promised the company would release a feature called Clear History that would give users more control over the data Facebook has on them. The feature was thought up just prior to F8, according to a BuzzFeed report, and nearly one year later, it has yet to be released. The company said recently that Clear History will arrive sometime in 2019, but no set date has been given.

This is why I don’t expect much from Zuckerberg’s latest promise. The note itself is laced with caveats that should temper expectations. For starters, Zuckerberg says this more private version of Facebook is a work in process that will take a few years to come to fruition. And Zuckerberg himself addresses doubt in his note.

I understand that many people don’t think Facebook can or would even want to build this kind of privacy-focused platform — because frankly we don’t currently have a strong reputation for building privacy protective services, and we’ve historically focused on tools for more open sharing. But we’ve repeatedly shown that we can evolve to build the services that people really want, including in private messaging and stories.

And although Facebook may be expanding its focus on private communication, the company has no plans to get rid of its existing public products like News Feed and Instagram, according to an interview Zuckerberg gave to Wired.

Asked in that interview what he will do to guarantee this privacy-focused vision is carried out, Zuckerberg sidestepped the question and gave no guarantees.

Here’s what he said:

You have no idea how hard it is. Yes, there’s a lot of work that goes into getting the teams aligned and getting the right leaders in place who believe in these priorities, and being able to execute on that. And even the process of writing something like this is really helpful, because you can talk about a lot of things in the abstract. But it’s not until you actually put it down on paper and say, “Yeah, here are the trade-offs. We’re going to focus on reducing the permanence of how much data we have around, and that’s going to make these things harder.”

Then you get all these teams inside the company that come out of the woodwork with all the issues that that’s going to cause for other things that we really care about. You know, whether that’s research that was surfaced about how much people care and value making a record of their lives over time, so making it so that more of the content would be archived automatically would be problematic for them, or different kinds of things.

But that whole process has been really helpful for figuring out and distilling the vision of where we want to get. And it basically got us to this point where we feel like we’re ready to put a flag in the ground and say,

“This is where we want to go.” This isn’t a product announcement, it’s a statement of the principles that we think are necessary to build this privacy-focused social platform.

But now I think we’re going to really start the harder process, over the next year or so, of flushing out what all these things mean as the aspects of this start to get rolled out in the different products.

Perhaps this will be the time Zuckerberg finally delivers on a promise, but don’t get your hopes up.

— Read on www.cnbc.com/amp/2019/03/07/zuckerberg-has-given-us-no-reason-to-believe-him.html

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This is my Q thread for March 7, 2019 via Praying Medic @prayingmedic

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My theme: Facebook = Lifelog

2) Q has been educating us for almost a year on the deception behind tech companies like Facebook, Google and Twitter which function as publicly acceptable front organizations for the CI_A’s domestic (illegal) spying operations.

This post has been broken into 5 sections.

3) DARPA is an acronym that stands for Defence Advanced Research Projects Agency. Their mission is the development of strategic technology for the Defense Department.

Here’s their website: darpa.mil/about-us/about…

4) Q indicated that 9 former DARPA employees are currently working for Facebook. 3 names are publicly known. 6 are not publicly known. Regina Dugan, the former head of DARPA and one time Google employee is one name that is publicly known.

Ex-Darpa Head Regina Dugan Leaves Google for Facebook Translation: One of Google’s top research minds is headed for the company’s arch-rival. https://www.wired.com/2016/04/regina-dugan-leaves-google-for-facebook/wired.com/2016/04/regina…5) Q mentioned that Facebook’s “Building 8” program was exposed last April when an anon dropped a crumb on the board explaining that DARPA’s Lifelog project ended the same day Facebook was launched.

6) DARPA killed Lifelog on Feb 4, 2004, over privacy concerns.

After all, who in their right mind would allow the government to spy on them 24/7/365?

Pentagon Kills LifeLog Project The Pentagon canceled its so-called LifeLog project, an ambitious effort to build a database tracking a person’s entire existence. Run by Darpa, the Defense Department’s research arm, LifeLog aimed t… https://www.wired.com/2004/02/pentagon-kills-lifelog-project/wired.com/2004/02/pentag…

7) This is a 3-year-old article on Facebook’s “Building 8” program.

What is Facebook’s Secret Lab Working On? Facebook has revealed the existence of a new group called “Building 8,” dedicated to researching and developing exciting new hardware products. “We’ll be investing hundreds of people and hundreds of … https://www.inverse.com/article/14286-here-s-what-facebook-s-new-darpa-esque-building-8-lab-may-work-oninverse.com/article/14286-…8) Because one of Facebook’s goals is to create links between the human brain and the internet to advance applications of artificial intelligence, they’ve hired a team of neuroscientists.
mindholocaust.is.the.nextholocaust.com/news/facebook-…9) More on Facebook’s exploration of Artificial Intelligence.

How Facebook is taking mind reading from sci-fi to reality The rumblings started months ago. Through a series of peculiar job listings and key hires, it became clear Facebook was up to something unlike anything it had ever pursued. Building 8, as the… https://www.theverge.com/2017/4/20/15375176/facebook-regina-dugan-interview-building-8-mind-reading-f8-2017theverge.com/2017/4/20/1537…10) Facebook claims to have reorganized its Augmented Reality/Virtual Reality (AR/VR) “Building 8” program.

Q says they have reorganized but their claim to have discontinued ‘Building 8″ is false.
It was relocated to China.

11) A December 2018 article claims that Facebook’s Building 8 program has been discontinued.

Facebook Reality Labs and the Portal Group are reported to be assuming most of the research responsibilities.


Facebook restructures Building 8, separating projects into Reality Labs and Portal groups Facebook is restructuring its experimental hardware efforts and giving its moonshot projects a home within its AR/VR research division. The restructuring, reported by Business Insider (paywalled), di… https://techcrunch.com/2018/12/14/facebook-restructures-building-8-separating-projects-into-reality-labs-and-portal-groups/techcrunch.com/2018/12/14/fac…

12) What’s the difference between AR (Augmented), VR (Virtual) And MR (Mixed) Reality?

What’s the Difference Between AR, VR, and MR? Discover the difference between augmented reality, virtual reality and mixed reality. https://www.fi.edu/difference-between-ar-vr-and-mrfi.edu/difference-bet…

13) Q wrote:

Facebook’s practice of granting unauthorized access to its user data is at the heart of a number of recent scandals.

Facebook’s latest privacy scandal: What we know about the company’s handling of user data Another day, another Facebook privacy scandal. The latest: According to The New York Times Facebook gave tech companies special access to user’s data. https://www.usatoday.com/story/tech/2018/12/19/facebooks-latest-privacy-scandal-what-we-know-now/2361257002/usatoday.com/story/tech/201…14) Q suggests Facebook has granted access to user data on a pay-for-play basis.
Internal emails show that idea was discussed though there is not yet proof they followed through.

Facebook emails suggest company explored selling people’s data despite pledges not to Internal Facebook emails, some involving CEO Mark Zuckerberg, suggest it considered charging developers for access to users’ personal information. https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/2018/12/05/facebook-emails-suggest-considered-selling-users-personal-data/2214513002/usatoday.com/story/news/201…15) Q asked about the CI_A’s legal authority to spy on US citizens. They have no such authority. Q suggested they use Google, Facebook, Twitter and other social media applications to circumvent domestic spying laws.

16) The CI_A’s 1947 charter permits foreign surveillance but prohibits domestic spying. (Domestic surveillance is done by the NSA)

The Patriot act weakened domestic surveillance restrictions.
The CI_A tends to abuse its surveillance powers.

More About Intelligence Agencies (CIA/DNI) Spying Central Intelligence Agency. Because of the excessive secrecy surrounding CIA operations, little is known about its domestic activities. In its 1947 charter, the CIA was prohibited from spying agains… https://www.aclu.org/other/more-about-intelligence-agencies-ciadni-spyingaclu.org/other/more-abo…

17) Amazon, Facebook, Google and Twitter say they collect our data to enhance their “products” which will ultimately provide a better “user experience” but in reality, our data is being collected by the clown agency as a way to circumvent domestic spying laws.

18) The CI_A wasn’t content to be limited to foreign surveillance.
It found ways to spy on US citizens & politicians.

As an example of their corruption & disregard for the law, they were caught under John Brennan’s leadership illegally spying on Congress.

19) George Herbert Walker Bush was CI_A director before becoming POTUS. This article extols him as a heroic patriot who reformed the tarnished image of the agency and restored our ability to trust our beloved clowns.

George Bush Saved The CIA The CIA was mired in controversy and battling for its life before George Bush took over and turned it around with long-lasting reforms. http://www.thedrive.com/the-war-zone/25241/george-h-w-bush-saved-the-ciathedrive.com/the-war-zone/2…20) The CI_A’s partnership with Amazon to build and maintain its cloud-based server shows cooperation (and perhaps collaboration) between the clown agency and the private companies that collect our data.

The Details About the CIA’s Deal With Amazon A $600 million computing cloud built by an outside company is a “radical departure” for the risk-averse intelligence community.  https://www.theatlantic.com/technology/archive/2014/07/the-details-about-the-cias-deal-with-amazon/374632/theatlantic.com/technology/arc…21) @Amyboo69 got a shoutout from Q after posting a link to an article about Regina Dugan being hired by Facebook.



Facebook Hires Former DARPA Head To Lead New Research Lab Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg announced April 14 that Regina Dugan will guide Building 8, a new research group. http://time.com/4294095/facebook-research-lab-building-8-darpa-regina-dugan/time.com/4294095/facebo…

22) If the description and goals of Facebook and Lifelog [DARPA] were the same, and if senior team members went from DARPA to Facebook and if Lifelog was shut down on the same day Facebook was launched, then DARPA (Lifelog) = Facebook.

23) The clown agency developed Lifelog with your money, took it private because no one would use it otherwise, made it cool by only allowing .edu email addresses to register (initially), killed off all competitors, and got Hollywood to promote its spying platform.

24) The development of Facebook by the CI_A and DARPA bears an eery resemblance to the storyline of the Jason Bourne film about a social media company called Deep Dream.

What Mark Zuckerberg Had To Do With ‘Jason Bourne’ There is a lot going on in Jason Bourne, the newest film in the Bourne series. The movie, the fourth or fifth in the series (depends on your opinion of The Bourne Legacy) and the first in almost 10 y… https://www.bustle.com/articles/175006-is-aaron-kalloor-based-on-mark-zuckerberg-in-jason-bourne-the-tech-giant-seems-very-familiarbustle.com/articles/17500…25) Since the government developed the technology for Facebook, they limited legislation that would affect its utilization.
Zuckerberg was chosen as a charismatic, geeky puppet.
His task was to make Facebook go viral.
China knows facebook is CI_A malware.

26) Zuckerberg married Priscilla Chan whose parents are Chinese citizens that fled Vietnam as boat refugees.

27) The first long post in this series was [1 of 9]
The last one was [2 of 9].

28) I’m not sure if future posts in this series will be strictly related to Facebook and DARPA or if we’ll receive information about Twitter Google and Amazon.
(I suspect that we will.)

29) Q isn’t dropping this information just to amuse us.
He wants us to know that POTUS is taking measures to remove power from these pockets of control and return that power to we, the people.

30) Google was greatly helped when it first began by research grants from the government for mass surveillance.

Google’s true origin partly lies in CIA and NSA research grants for mass surveillance The story of the deliberate creation of the modern mass-surveillance state includes elements of Google’s surprising, and largely unknown, origin. It is a somewhat different creation story than the on… https://qz.com/1145669/googles-true-origin-partly-lies-in-cia-and-nsa-research-grants-for-mass-surveillance/qz.com/1145669/google…31) They want us divided because when we’re divided, we are weak.
An awake public is an empowered public and it is their greatest fear.

32) Snowden became a hero for exposing the NSA’s spy tools but he first worked for the CI_A.

Why didn’t he expose CI_A surveillance tools if he’s primarily interested in freedom from surveillance?

Once a clown always a clown.
The NSA’s loss is the CI_A’s gain.

33) The CI_A paints Russia as a perpetual villain.
Russia was Snowden’s destination.
CI_A clears Snowden through Hong Kong & Russia w/ China help when global security hold is placed on his passport.
CI_A creates a story that he’s “stranded” in Russia
CI_A abandon’s Snowden.

34) Mark Zuckerberg announced a sudden decision to make Facebook a more “privacy-focused” platform.

35) Zuckerberg knows heavy government regulation is coming if Facebook doesn’t fold under the weight of corruption first or be bankrupted by class action lawsuits.

36) Q posted a link.

37) You can never unsee some things.
Symbolism will be their downfall.

(Did the elites actually build an underground bunker below the Denver airport?)

Something is rotten in the Denver airport (13 Photos) Something stinks in the Denver International Airport. It has been rumored that a 5 building bunker exists below the airport and the POTUS has been ushered there in moments of Pending DOOM. https://thechive.com/2012/03/08/something-is-rotten-in-the-denver-airport-25-photos/thechive.com/2012/03/08/som…38) Notable:
One of the images is of a stone marker for a time capsule.
The dedication was done on March 19, 1994.
The [-21] day countdown ends this year on March 19th.

39) We are part of an operation like none in history. A communications operation that assists in a mass awakening resulting in billions of people being set free from the power of corruption.

July 4, 2019, will be a memorable day.

40) Q’s link.
41) Our friend @michaelbeatty3 caught the Hannity radio show yesterday.
Hannity’s sources say justice is coming.


42) Q has heard Hannity has credible sources.

Two pens?
Note the filename: IMG_45EXE.PNG
Executive Order coming?

43) Many attempts have been made to figure out what the reflection in the pen is.
Images that attempt to show POTUS in the reflection ignore the fact that he would have to be laying or standing sideways due to the orientation of the pen.

44) I rotated and stretched the image and this is what I came up with.
But again, the orientation of the pen creates a problem.

45) An interesting possibility (I’m not putting any money on it.)

46) It’s easy to become obsessed with minor details.
The 40,000 ft view shows us that POTUS is with us.
He’s one of us.
He’s giving us insider information no other President would dare to.
Feel proud, patriot.

47) @Davidwmiller91 posted a graphic showing @USAttyHuber‘s meeting with AG William Barr this week and the related place on Q’s countdown.

48) AG Barr meeting with Huber and IG Horowitz precedes the release of the IG’s next report.

49) Q Responded.

50) Senator Blumenthal was shocked to learn that dossiers had been created on journalists & immigration lawyers and that some have faced increased scrutiny by Border Patrol.

(The story came from leaked documents)



Leaked Documents Show the Government Tracking Journalists The documents detail an intelligence-gathering effort by the United States and Mexican authorities, targeting more than 50 people including journalists, an attorney, and immigration advocates. https://www.nbcsandiego.com/news/local/Source-Leaked-Documents-Show-the-US-Government-Tracking-Journalists-and-Advocates-Through-a-Secret-Database-506783231.htmlnbcsandiego.com/news/local/Sou…

51) Corrupt journalists and those attempting to subvert justice will face a much bigger battle in the future.

The leak was plugged.

52) In January Q suggested that many legal FISA warrants were currently active against those who illegally spied on the President.

FISA goes both ways.

53) After the November election, Q said we got what we needed.
Investigations that started in the House would be continued in the Senate.

54) Senate Judiciary Chair Lindsey Graham requested all documents & comms shared with the intelligence gang of 8 regarding the Russia investigation and docs related to the Carter Page FISA application be delivered to him by…

March 21st.

Log to Ag Barr 03-07-2019 (Fisa) Log to Ag Barr 03-07-2019 (Fisa) by dcxweb https://www.scribd.com/document/401345263/Log-to-Ag-Barr-03-07-2019-Fisa#from_embedscribd.com/document/40134…

55) Graham activated.

56) POTUS and Q are helping Make India (and the world) Great Again.


57) Q posted a link to a Bing search about Facebook and said parts 3-9 are coming soon.

58) Nothing to see here.

59) [MZ]

60) An anon did a deep dig into Vault 7—the public release by Wikileaks of the CIA’s spy tools. The following tweets will explain the anon’s post and connect some dots from past posts by Q.61) The anon begins by explaining his train of thought.
What does Snowden have to do with Facebook and the inability to turn off or delete a spying program installed on an electronic device?

62) And why on March 7th did Q bringing this to our attention?

I’ll use this article as a reference.

Wikileaks: CIA Hacking Tools Revealed – Daniel Solis Report Source: WikiLeaks, Vault 7 Published: 7. 3. 2017 Contents • Press Release • Analysis • Examples • Frequently Asked Questions Press Release Today, Tuesday 7 March 2017, WikiLeaks begins its … https://danielsolis.cz/wikileaks-cia-hacking-tools-revealed/danielsolis.cz/wikileaks-cia-…

63) Anon did a search of Wikileaks posts and found one from last July about the release of Wikileaks Vault 7—which explains how the CI_A’s spying tools have fallen into the hands of bad actors.

Vault 7 was released exactly one year earlier on March 7, 2018.

64) Q calls out Snowden and asks why he didn’t release the CI_A spy tools.

65) Q asks: Why is there no way to turn off or delete spying malware installed on electronic devices if the software was (supposedly) developed by a non-government entity?

66) The first part of the Vault 7 article explains the nature of the problem:
The CI_A created a massive hacking & malware division that lacks necessary oversight and is on questionable legal grounds. Once created, spying malware is quickly pirated and sold to bad actors.

67) CI_A has malware that fakes out users.
We believe the TV is off but it’s recording conversations and sending them to a server.

Is that how Facebook’s app continues to send geolocation and record conversations even after it’s been uninstalled and the phone wiped clean?

68) The CI_A can infiltrate any operating system, device or network. They don’t report vulnerabilities but exploit them and in doing so, they allow bad actors to exploit them as well.

69) Last year, Q reported that the President’s Twitter account was hacked by the CI_A.

This report confirms that it can (and has) been done.

70) Q’s report on the CI_A hacking POTUS Twitter account.

71) Because classifying its spy tools would expose operators to the risk of prosecution, the CI_A opted to leave its malware unclassified making it easy to steal and resell.

72) The anon’s post picks up here at the mention of “fires”.
Intelligence agencies today will use the word ‘fire” when injecting or implanting a program to mimic the military’s jargon for a weapon being fired.

73) A malware program once implanted usually waits for instructions from command and control (C2)
Because the CI_A’s programs are not classified, the command and control systems are also unclassified.

74) CI_A operators avoid detection and implicate foreign actors or other entities by leaving behind false digital fingerprints.

75) The anon noted that in some cases, CI_A chooses to leave digital fingerprints behind implicating Facebook. through programs like UMBRAGE, Fine Dining, Improvise and HIVE.

76) The anon noticed a lot of use of words like “bombs” and “packets of data.”

77) The anon remembered a recent drop with the terms “bombs” and “suspicious packages.”

78) This was Q’s response.

79) The anon dug into the Vault 7 looking for the word “Fire” and came up with the “Angelfire” malware which is comprised of 5 other components one of which is named “Keystone.”

80) Keystone allows the Angelfire malware program to operate without being detected.

WikiLeaks Vault 7: CIA’s stealthy Angelfire Windows malware Angelfire is the twenty second malware WikiLeaks has revealed since March. https://www.cso.com.au/article/626753/wikileaks-vault-7-cia-stealthy-angelfire-windows-malware/cso.com.au/article/626753…

81) The anon then makes a connection to another post from Q.

82) The anon begins to tie it all together making the assertion that POTUS and the Q team are using the CI_A’s own Angelfire malware to track them and predict their moves without their knowledge.

83) The anon takes us back to this post where Q said Admiral Rogers, the NSA (Wizards & Warlocks), POTUS and the military are all working together to apply the keystone.

84) Who are the Wizards and Warlocks?
The Guardians of intelligence.

85) The anon highlighted this post where Q said POTUS opened the door of all doors.

86) The anon wrote:
We can now infer that Q was saying trump gave Admiral Rogers permission to use Keystone and Activate malware in order to collect data on DS. Furthermore, who uses a magic wand? A wizard. (W&W)87) Without confirming his theory, Q commended the anon for his work and encouraged him to keep digging.

See Original thread by @prayingmedic here