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S01E74: Release The Interlochen
Freaks of Hazard:
SirBemrose for the hook up on the NA stream! Very cool AND very legal!
Bags drew up this amazing show art which was discussed on episode 73. Here’s the thing with that champ…that’s short for champion.
SirSpencer and DuhLaurien of Bowl After Bowl sent us behind the moans footage of “The Making of the ‘69 Challenge’”!
Sharky motorboats the #greenroom with his A M A Z I N G donation of $80.08!!! That’s short for titty.
Ghislane Maxwell Trial
Trial Tracker Twitter - https://twitter.com/TrackerTrial
Steve Bannon Allegedly has 15 hours of interviews w Epstein -
Law and Crime site summarizing the trial - https://lawandcrime.com/live-trials/ghislaine-maxwell/top-takeaways-from-the-first-week-of-ghislaine-maxwells-sex-trafficking-trial/
Interlochen alum - https://www.interlochen.org/high-performing-alumni
Opening Statements - https://threadreaderapp.com/thread/1465395758920876041.html
Maxwell Trial 4chan general - https://boards.4chan.org/pol/thread/350728546
Mouthy Buddha on the Maxwell Terramar Project - https://odysee.com/@QuantumRhino:9/Ghislaine-Maxwell's-TERRAMAR-PROJECT-Elite-Human-Trafficking:d
Notes From Today 12.5.2021
Adam brings up Epstein, claims nothing new on the scene. The clips drawn from the main news sources don’t really go into the details of the proceedings.
JCD thinks Ghislane drawings shows she truly doesn’t care and will be out soon. I agree, but the drawing also shows how much of a psycho Maxwell is, how fixated she is on manipulating and intimidating people, namely women. Gives the vibe that, “once I get out of here, you’re fucked.”
Nobody is reporting on it, and there is no live footage of the trial like, say, the Rittenhouse trial which was publicized as highly as something possibly could be.
Maxwell Drawing the Courtroom Sketcher - https://i.4cdn.org/pol/1638644693031.jpg
Young Epstein at Interlochen 1967 - https://i.4pcdn.org/pol/1597348431334.jpg
Maxwell with Daily Mail Editor Geordie Greig, descended from Royal English Court Courtiers - https://i.4cdn.org/pol/1638654515524.jpg
The first week of the Ghislane Maxwell trial has ended. Maxwell is facing 6 federal charges from 4 accusers, ranging from enticement to a minor, to sex trafficking, to conspiracy. She is famous for being associated with Jeffery Epstein, the financier and sex trafficker associated with countless wealthy people and celebrities, who was basically killed in his prison cell in front of the world, and then played off as a suicide.
In living memory, the emperor perhaps has never worn less clothes than in that moment.
The star of the first week of the Trial is an accuser with the alias “Jane.”
“As she took the stand, “Jane’s” account matched the prosecutor’s preview. In 1994, “Jane” said that she was 14 years old attending a summer camp at Michigan’s prestigious Interlochen academy, where she was a young singer. A woman walked by with a “cute little Yorkie,” whom she learned was Maxwell’s dog. Epstein was with Maxwell, and the three of them struck up a conversation.
“Once Epstein and Maxwell learned that “Jane” was a Palm Beach resident, “Jane” said, Epstein asked for her mother’s number. This encounter led to a years-long parade of horrors, “Jane” testified.
“‘Jane’ told jurors that the first of these encounters involved Epstein masturbating on her in a pool house. In other incidents, Maxwell touched her breast, and Epstein subjected her to “painful” abuse with a back massager being used as a sex toy, she charged.
“On multiple occasions, “Jane” said, an “orgy” broke out with Epstein, Maxwell and other women in the room. She, like numerous Epstein accusers, testified about massages that allegedly escalated to sexual assault.
“Most of the first government witnesses, including Epstein’s ex-pilot Lawrence Visoski and ex-house manager Juan Alessi, placed “Jane” with Epstein. Visoski remembered her as a “mature woman with some piercing powder blue eyes,”and Alessi also remarked on that feature in describing her as a “strikingly beautiful girl.”
Interlochen, the place where they picked this little girl up, is one of the most prestigious and exclusive Art and Performance schools in the country. They have an extensive list of accomplished alumni here https://www.interlochen.org/high-performing-alumni which includes people like Vince Gilligan, Norah Jones, playwright Sarah Ruhl, Josh Groban, Anthony Rapp, and Larry Page the co-founder of Google
This school is way out on the ass end of the state 20 miles off of Lake Michigan. Secluded and quiet.
What was Epstein and Ghislane doing way out in the ass end of Michigan at this prestigious school walking around enticing 14-year old girls with cute dogs to be sex slaves? Turns out Epstein was a big donor to the school, which can be evidenced by the Jeffery Epstein Scholarship Lodge, a terrifying log cabin building named in his honor, where one can only imagine the going-ons within. Photo of this building is provided by an administrator at Interlochen and distributed through the DOJ, and can be seen here https://www.detroitnews.com/story/news/local/michigan/2019/07/12/financier-jeffrey-epstein-has-ties-interlochen-center-arts/1712587001/
Why would Epstein have interest in this place in particular? Turns out he went there. According to Detroit News, Epstein was a graduate of Interlochen, who specialized in “bassoon, orchestra, and radio.” I found a photo of an Interlochen class of 1967 picture, where it is claimed the boy in the top left is young Epstein. He definitely looks like him, and if the photo is indeed legit, it’s an awesome picture to have in light of Jane’s testimony.
If indeed it is as it appears to be, and Maxwell and Epstein were or are participating in a sex trafficking community tailored to the wealthy and powerful, in which they took and groomed young impressionable girls into sex workers, their history and time spent at an upscale art school in the Michigan wilderness doesn’t shine a good light on that particular establishment.
The first week of the trial is over, the second week will soon commence. Most articles I read say that this trial will last from 6-8 weeks. While there is virtually zero coverage of this on the big corporate news channels, there is no shortage of interest for this trial from the ground, and I encourage all to keep a light finger on it, for curiosity if not for true insight into our current judicial system.
Volcano Erupts in Indonesia
Indonesia's Mount Semeru suddenly erupted on Saturday on the island of Java, spewing a massive column of ash and smoke 40,000 feet into the sky that rained down on surrounding densely populated areas.
One death has been reported so far. Thankfully it wasn’t a massive explosive situation
Finance / Crypto News
On December 4th, BTC dropped below $49,000 for the first time in a few months.
Since Thanksgiving (two weeks ago), the S&P 500 has dropped about 4%
All major crypto currencies seems to be mirroring each other’s flux
Seems like crypto gets more and more aligned with S&P movement
EAT FROM THE BOOK OF KNOWLEDGE
Lawrence Mark Sanger /sæŋər/ (born July 16, 1968)
is an American Internet project developer and is best known as the co-founder of Wikipedia and the former Chief Information Officer for Everipedia. Sanger received a B.A. in philosophy from Reed College in 1991 and a Ph.D. in philosophy from Ohio State University in 2000. As a graduate student, he specialized in epistemology (the theory of knowledge) and early modern philosophy. In more recent years he has written and spoken publicly on Internet theory and philosophy.
Sanger was an editor-in-chief for Nupedia, their aim was to have experts volunteer articles to post but it was too slow of a process. He then turne to wiki, and opened it to the public. “It was initially intended as a collaborative wiki for the public to write entries that would then be fed into the Nupedia review process of expertise, but the majority of Nupedia's experts wanted little to do with this project. Originally, Bomis planned to make Wikipedia profitable.”
By virtue of his position with Nupedia, Sanger ran the project, and formulated much of the original policy, including "Ignore all rules", "Neutral point of view", and "Verifiability". Wikipedia quickly took off, but just months after it was launched, things started to go off the rails, Sanger says, and by the summer of 2001 the new online community was being "overrun" by what he described as "trolls" and "anarchist-types", who were "opposed to the idea that anyone should have any kind of authority that others do not".
Left Wikipedia in 2002. Sanger was also the only ever paid editor for the site. Allegedly. Legend has it. In Minecraft.
Remember when you were told you couldn’t cite Wikipedia? And woah, he also said Wikileaks were enemies to the people.
Public edit logs reveal that Wales has changed his own Wikipedia bio 18 times, deleting phrases describing former Wikipedia employee Larry Sanger as a co-founder of the site.
Oct 2020 above. Dec 2021 Below.
What the fuck does unevidenced mean?
First result on DDG. Admittedly, more time was spent finding what they are talking about here rather than reading what they meant. Nina Ponomareva's Hats": the new revisionism, the Communist International, and the Communist party of Great Britain, 1920-1930. (Controversies/Controverses).
Communisms Greatest Hits (LOL The References are longer than the article!)
Note: As of 12/1/21 the notice of potential deletion was removed from the wikipedia entry. Shoulda grabbed a fuckin picture man!
The entry Mass killings under communist regimes highlighted just that. Millions upon millions of bodies stacked in a pissing contest between who could out comrade their comrade. The article gives the estimate to be anywhere from 60,000,000 to 150,000,000 with 100,000,000 being somewhat of the more generally accepted number.
Some of the events listed in the Rebel News featured are as follows: “In the case of Holodomor, millions of Ukrainians were starved to death under a Soviet policy calling for the deaths and disenfranchisement of so-called “Kulaks.”
In China, Chairman Mao’s disastrous “Four Pests” campaign, which was part of the so-called “Great Leap Forward” from 1958-1962, called for the eradication of sparrows, and resulted in a severe ecological imbalance. It directly led to the Great Chinese Famine, 60 million people died from starvation.”
This of course, is anti-communist views. Don’t talk shit on Stalin, Mao Zedong, Pol Pot (who the shit is that?), and Kim Jong-License to Ill. Don’t anger your comrades comrade. And by comrade I mean the editors of Wikipedia want this memory-holed.
“As detailed by the Telegraph, another page titled “Anti-communist mass killings” will remain solvent, as there is no debate over its neutrality.”
“The Telegraph details how those who want the page deleted claim that the anti-communist bias is laid bare in “the view that the ideology of communism is somehow inherently violent.” Others claim that blaming communism, which historians credit for the deaths of over 100 million people, should not resort to “simplistic presuppositions that events are driven by any specific ideology.”
Countries repped by the article: Soviet Union, China, Cambodia, People’s Republic of Bulgaria, East Germany, Socialist Republic of Romania, Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia, North Korea, Democratic Republic of Vietnam, Cuba, Democratic Republic of Afghanistan, People's Democratic Republic of Ethiopia.
Some estimate half of these deaths were from famine alone. They should have ate the bugs!
The Wikipedia page titled "Mass Killings Under Communist Regimes" is being considered for deletion 😬 (Not The Bee Further Reading)
Oh my god, Wikipedia discussion pages allows one to view the inside of your skull based off how how the eyes roll back in your head.
This article is blatant, ridiculous POV propaganda and an unneeded fork/original research. Its just different instances of violence caused by Communism and put it under the umbrella of "genocide"; furthermore it is extreme POV to associate actions of individual regimes with communism as a whole. The page was created as soapboxing by a user whose sole edits so far are POV pushing on Communism. Every system of government is responsible for many deaths throughout history, I don't see why Communism must be singled out. Furthermore, the deaths that occurred under communism was not genocide. Triplestop x3 17:06, 3 August 2009
The discussion ran for the standard period of seven days[note 1] and drew extensive participation; indeed, it is reportedly the largest 'articles for deletion' in Wikipedia's history. Its purpose was to determine whether the topic covered in the article mass killings under communist regimes meets our project's criteria for inclusion. It was not a discussion about whether the regimes mentioned in the article committed atrocities, nor about their scale, but rather whether a standalone article on "mass killings under communist regimes" is the appropriate way to present such information in an encyclopaedia.
You are countering every single Keep vote here with lengthy tirades, countering any arguments provided by the people voting to keep the article, and simply flooding the discussion in a Gish gallop style, which you have also done with Siebert for years in the article's talk page, in the DRN and in individual editors' talk page. Your name in this discussion already appears 33 times, but regardless on how much text you write, this won't make the victims of Marxism-Leninism mass killings magically go away, disappear or get forgotten. Cloud200 (talk) 10:54, 23 November 2021 (UTC)
STRONGEST POSSIBLE DELETE As seen by the hard-right media organisations pushing and marshalling the Keep case at the top of this page, and the contributions of anti-communist extremists like the “vote” above mine, this article is an ideological screed with no encyclopaedic value. Wikipedia already defaults to the US/NATO version of geopolitics in almost every instance, and has been become a tool of misinformation used by far-right political forces in Latin America against their opponents (note the existence of the “Bolivarian propaganda” article. This article conveys no useful information which assists users in learning about or interpreting global history in a global context. It exists purely to advance extremist anti-communist narratives against political alternatives which have been embraced by hundreds of millions of people all over the world. At the worst, this article is a danger to global peace and a potential aid to genocidal acts such as those whipped up by US-induced anti-communist propaganda in Indonesia. It’s not even a question – DELETE.
Strongest keep There is no tangible reason to delete this article. I have read the majority of comments made by proponents who support the deletion of this article, and it ranges anywhere from whataboutism to absolute nitpicks that could be amended by editing the article so I would assume bad faith on this one. However, this AfD is a case of politically-inclined censorship at best and revisionism at worst. Additionally, if this was to be deleted it would set the precedent that any article can be removed regardless of quality if the admins are convinced for it to be removed, therefore, it would give other Authoritarians like Fascists and Nazis the go-ahead to nominate another article of their choosing for deletion, and possibly manage it through the deletion process. They are already professionals when it comes to propaganda, mind games and whitewashing, and I refuse to see that happen either. This AfD and the 3 previous ones should have never occured in the first place.
Strong Delete. This isn't an informational piece of history (the specific articles are), this is enabling a narrative and supports some fringe ideas about history.
One moderator with the handle “AndyTheGrump” argued that there was nothing unique about the category of communist regimes in the context of mass killings that made it a suitable subject for its own Wikipedia article. “[C]redible mainstream histography tends to neither lump all ‘communist regimes’ together as a subject for scrutiny when discussing ‘mass killing’ or to treat them as some sort of special case requiring unique analysis,” the user wrote.
Other moderators argued that framing the killings as related to communism is an ideological decision, claiming that there is no academic consensus establishing the connection between communist ideology and the mass killings. “At bottom, the view that the ideology of communism is somehow inherently violent is WP:FRINGE anti-communist POV pushing,” a moderator with the handle “Levivich” wrote.
Moderators also voiced concerns over the sourcing of claims regarding mass killings carried out by communist regimes, as well as what constitutes a “mass killing.” “[T]his article, with its loaded title and its endless wars over what exactly Wikipedia contributors can or cannot include as a ‘killing’ is exactly the wrong way to go about it,” AndyTheGrump wrote.
HOW MANY DID COMMUNIST REGIMES MURDER? (Conservative estimates)
WWIV takes place over the receipt printer.
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Manna - Yellow Magic Carnival (1980-Epic/Sony)
Yumi Arai - Anata Dake No Mono / あなただけのもの (1980-Alfa)
Keith Doom and the Wrecking Crew - Space Station 69
Crowander - Night Surfing
Joe Biden’s Off With The Pixies
Monty Python’s Life of Brian