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Im kicking off the Nov comment thread a day early to include this subject of the Small Modular Reactor in the months conversation

Some analysts maintain that...
Governments control the people in order to extract wealth for themselves and their business associates.   The result is a mass flow of wealth from the people to the elite.   That river of wealth going one way has been calculated.   The business model is maximum wealth extraction.  Consequently, even though 'productivity'  is hugely greater today than any time in history,  the public have no savings,  or free time.  "the Federal Reserve has repeatedly found that a significant share of households would struggle to cope with an unexpected $400 expense"
https://www.nytimes.com/2019/10/25/your-...vings.html

Meanwhile, the public cry out to be governed.  The government is like a protection racket, claiming to keep you safe while extracting your wealth by force.  But the people are patriotic.  They love the system and people who govern them and would even lay down their lives for them.  

Lets switch focus to the nuclear problem.  This may seem like an abrupt change in topic...but it isnt really;  

 The corporations and governments of different countries work together.   Big business is international.   The IAEA is an example of this .   At the same time,  they compete.   The character of these government corporate players is the same as trolls, thieves, con men, spies and predators.  There is a high rate of pedophilia. 

Sometimes they do it on purpose, like the porn sites run by the FBI to try and catch people
the FBI operated what it described as one of the Internet’s largest child pornography websites
https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/2016.../79108346/

Or in the height of hypocrisy, they do child porn for themselves.  
Defense Department Computer Network Among Top Sharers of Child Pornography
https://reason.com/2019/07/03/defense-de...rnography/

This activity even compromises their own spying and thieving efforts

Child porn on government devices: A hidden security threat
https://www.csmonitor.com/World/Passcode...ity-threat

When the people pay people to govern them, they end up being governed and controlled.
WikiLeaks released a stolen archive of secret documents about the Central Intelligence Agency’s hacking operations, including software exploits designed to take over iPhones and turn smart television sets into surveillance devices.

Anyway,  part of this spying and thieving involves the energy sector.   China has malicious code embedded in the U.S. energy infrastructure.  Lots of it.   Thousands of malware programs.  And the U.S. has the same.  In fact all of the countries have malware in their infrastructure and have installed it in other countries.  I learned about this from talking to a gov employee, but this information is available on the web.  You can be sure, what you read is only the tip of the iceberg

https://www.forbes.com/sites/zakdoffman/...ebc066758c

https://www.thedailybeast.com/cheats/201...k-to-hacks

https://bit.ly/2Wq85km


The threat of cyber attack is real, and naturally it is exploited as leverage in the business model.  Like a virus software company that makes virus's,  or vaccine companies that release infectious agents, the government and corporate business entities possess the leverage their own sophisticated malware capabilities to further their business interests, if they choose to

"“Critical infrastructures are those physical and cyber-based systems essential to the minimum operations of the economy and government. They include, but are not limited to, telecommunications, energy, banking and finance, transportation, water systems and emergency services, both governmental and private. Many of the nation's critical infrastructures have historically been physically and logically separate systems that had little interdependence. As a result of advances in information technology and the necessity of improved efficiency, however, these infrastructures have become increasingly automated and interlinked. These same advances have created new vulnerabilities to equipment failure, human error, weather and other natural causes, and physical and cyberattacks. Addressing these vulnerabilities will necessarily require flexible, evolutionary approaches that span both the public and private sectors, and protect both domestic and international security.”

"there have been several recorded and publically known cybersecurity incidents at both nuclear and non-nuclear industrial facilities, with attack vectors ranging from the benign, to disgruntled employees, to advanced persistent outsiders, to very sophisticated nation states with substantial resources. "


this paper gives some examples.of the cyber attack problem  

 "In 2014, both the Monju NPP in Japan and the Gori NPP in South Korea suffered information theft due to malware attacks. In 2014, the German Still Mill incident involved attackers disabling the shutdown systems of the plant, causing massive physical damage. In December 2015, a sophisticated attack framework known as BlackEnergy3 caused the Ukrainian grid to go offline for six hours. Although no physical damage was inflicted, it certainly was a possibility. This possibility was proven conceptually with the 2007 Aurora Generator Test at Idaho National Laboratory. In this case, a computer, taking advantage of a vulnerability in the physics of the process, remotely opened and then reclosed the substation circuit breakers out-of-phase with the grid resulting in catastrophic damage to the diesel generators. A seminal point in ICS cybersecurity was the Stuxnet attack at the Iranian uranium enrichment facility at Natanz, which damaged nearly 1,000 centrifuges. Stuxnet was a sophisticated attack targeting specific process control system components and required extensive funding and actionable intelligence from a state sponsor. "

http://fhr.nuc.berkeley.edu/wp-content/u...17-004.pdf

Articles are written about this cyber attack nuclear problem

HACKING NUCLEAR SYSTEMS IS THE ULTIMATE CYBER THREAT. ARE WE PREPARED?
Nightmare scenario
https://www.theverge.com/2018/1/23/16920...yberattack

Public attitude is important for the business models of corporations.  Naturally, businesses and government entities arise to control the attitudes of the public..  Social media, like Cafe RadLab would be under the lens.   If there were no weapons of mass destruction and if people and governments werent all corrupt, there would be no need for agencies to implement artificial intelligence networks to censor social media

"Crisis informatics

"As part of our work reducing nuclear and biological risks, the Nuclear Threat Initiative is exploring how social media may foment crises or contribute to escalation. Officials and citizens alike get information from social media during a crisis, and information spreads quickly through these platforms, facilitating rumors and adversarial disinformation campaigns that could make pandemics or nuclear crises more dangerous. "

"Machine learning may help automate the simple elements of moderation, such as blacklisting certain words and banning threatening content, but verifying the truthfulness of reporting during a WMD crisis is a difficult task—for officials and citizens.

The possibility of a nuclear or biological disaster should be considered in any plans for social media platforms to improve their crisis response options."

https://www.nti.org/analysis/atomic-puls...unication/

Social media is considered a major threat to nuclear companies

"Modern attackers are turning to social engineering techniques that target personnel, which is quicker and easier than identifying and hacking software vulnerabilities, according to experts. Infected emails, social media platforms and online chat sites can all be used to track the whereabouts of personnel and elicit login and password information."

Social engineering seen as rising cyber threat to nuclear industry
https://analysis.nuclearenergyinsider.co...r-industry

smart grids and small modular nuclear reactors are posed as solutions to the cyber attack threat, environmental degradation, and climate change.   This is called leverage in business speak

Smart Grid Design, Development, and Cyber Security for Small Modular Reactors
https://www.osti.gov/servlets/purl/1431689

Of course not all of these actions are intentionally malicious.  Just like the public believes in government and the system,  many well meaning people spend their lives trying to guard against what they truly believe are real threats.  They never stop to think that its the system and way of thinking that produces the threats in the first place.

One might well ponder the psychological and sociological significance of the fact that the government not only has run some of the biggest child porn sites in order to catch criminals, but is also one of the biggest users of child porn for their personal gratification.     Weapons of mass destruction can be viewed in a similar light.  Peoples entire livelihoods are based on building up killing machines in order to protect from killing machines.  Indeed its the biggest business going.  A protection racket
we are healthy with background radiation but unhealthy with the same dose from fallout
 
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Jon Wedger, a retired police detective who served with Scotland yard for 27 years and specialized in pedophile rings, reveals how police protect politicians, celebrities, and other powerful people who commit pedophilia. [Child sex abuse is a political strategy that creates a means to control politicians and judges through blackmail. It has become a standard method of operation at the highest levels in almost all governments of the world, which is why it is so difficult to get governments to clean it up

https://youtu.be/H9TscJsVKp4
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like giant land mines, the world is booby trapped with nuclear plants

Indian nuclear power plant refutes major cyber attack rumors, says all critical systems ‘air-gapped & impossible to hack’
https://www.indiatoday.in/india/story/ku...2019-10-29

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People are sexual.  This can be leveraged by others.   It seems there is quite a difference between adult sex and pedophilia

Katie Hill becomes the first female member of Congress to quit over sex scandal
https://www.washingtonexaminer.com/news/...ex-scandal

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An Arizona senator called police on a fellow lawmaker who told him to stop talking to people who believe there’s a link between the state’s foster care system and a worldwide sex trafficking ring.
https://ktar.com/story/2774861/arizona-l...e-senator/

https://www.azmirror.com/2019/10/04/gop-...l-slavery/

Fmr Senator Murdered in Her Home After Reportedly Uncovering Gov’t Child Trafficking Ring
https://thefreethoughtproject.com/fmr-se...king-ring/

The new, safer nuclear reactors that might help stop climate change
https://www.technologyreview.com/s/61294...te-change/

George Osborne puts UK at the heart of global race for mini-nuclear reactors
https://www.theguardian.com/environment/...nge-crisis

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Palo Verde Nuclear Generating Station Guard Arrested For Child Pornography
https://arizonadailyindependent.com/2016...rnography/

Former Beaver Valley Nuclear Power Station worker accused of saving child porn
https://www.timesonline.com/article/2015...ate=ampart

Nuke plant worker to trial for porn found on work computer
https://www.wtae.com/article/nuke-plant-...r/7475755#
we are healthy with background radiation but unhealthy with the same dose from fallout
 
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#3
I guess I should credit Edward Griffiths site for a lot of those links

https://needtoknow.news/

For my taste,  Edward is stuck in the political divide as a republican.  But he digs around and finds some relevant stuff.  I think he means well. The problem with being on one side or the other of politics is that a powerful bias creeps in.  I didnt want to promote the site particularly

Better to be on the side of nature
we are healthy with background radiation but unhealthy with the same dose from fallout
 
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I always enjoyed Washingtons Blog.  I guess it no longer exists.   There are archives here

https://www.globalresearch.ca/author/washington-s-blog
we are healthy with background radiation but unhealthy with the same dose from fallout
 
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#5
Protests & Violence Against Civilians 1979-2014 
blob:https://www.youtube.com/d096cdf4-0793-49b0-b1f3-69fd28b94afc

just protests....seems to ramp up over time
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wSkN1wl7TdI

1000 years of war in five minutes
https://youtu.be/1hsDn2kNriI

all of the nuclear explosions since 1945,  (and the reason all the wood ash is a radioactive waste product)
https://youtu.be/LLCF7vPanrY
we are healthy with background radiation but unhealthy with the same dose from fallout
 
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#6
Your overlords are sick people.   But the public cheer on and pay the salaries of twisted people who are on a 'control trip'  It is a bizarre science fiction like story that the world of men,  living on a lonely planet in the vast reaches of space would all be locked into a triad of victim, perpetrator and enabler.   A version of the Karpman drama triangle,  victim, persicuter, rescuer.   The incidents listed below are only a fraction of what has been going on. 

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 with help from the Universities of Chicago and California, and from the military hospital at Oak Ridge, Tennessee, living human patients were injected with polonium and other radioactive elements to study their effect on the body.
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Project scientists delivered a batch of radiosodium in a crate to the University of Rochester medical school, then took it out to the alfalfa field next door and loaded it into sprinklers to study how it spread through the environment and to work out shielding requirements to protect the students in adjacent buildings.

Eventually, hundreds of people, including 57 mentally handicapped children in Massachusetts and more than 100 disabled adults in Chicago, were fed or injected with plutonium, which holds the distinction of being one of the most dangerous substances in the world for human health.

From 1951 to the early 1970s, the Manhattan Project, later reorganized as the Atomic Energy Commission, gathered exposure data and tracked the fates (most of them really bad) of the unwitting test subjects. Many of the files on this research are still classified and therefore unavailable to potential plaintiffs in lawsuits.

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President Roosevelt created America’s first biological warfare bureau, officially to study the country’s vulnerabilities and devise an appropriate response, should Japan, Germany, or, later, the Soviet Union ever get the idea to spray some germs around the U.S.

Unfortunately, the bureau’s method of “assessing vulnerability” was to covertly attack those perceived vulnerabilities with germ warfare of its own. Over a period lasting 20 years, from 1949 to 1969, well-intentioned officials working for the Department of Defense repeatedly doused whole cities across America with chemicals, bacteria, and fungal spores that they were pretty sure would be mostly harmless.

One of the earliest (of more than 200) tests took place in September 1950, when a U.S. Navy ship near San Francisco hoisted its fire hose and sprayed tons of bacteria into a bank of fog that was drifting over the city.

Later, government officials checked in with local hospitals to see how many people had been infected. It turned out to be thousands, and one of them may have died as a result, but the human experiments kept going.

To get more data about how a biological attack might spread, project planners dusted rural areas with potentially carcinogenic cadmium, including several schools in Minneapolis. They went with a cover story that the military was experimenting with shrouding cities in smokescreens in case of nuclear attack.

In New York, in 1966, agents threw light bulbs filled with bacteria onto the subway tracks to see if the whoosh of air from the trains would spread the contaminants. It turns out it would – samples dropped at 14th Street were found as far away as the 59th Street station.

The bacteria, Bacillus globigii, a pathogen that causes food poisoning, also coated the clothes, skin, and hair of subway passengers. None of the people who were exposed knew what was going on, and nobody was ever punished for these human experiments.

https://allthatsinteresting.com/human-experiments


 Project QKHILLTOP
n 1954, the CIA developed an experiment called Project QKHILLTOP to study Chinese brainwashing techniques, which they then used to develop new methods of interrogation. Leading the research was Dr. Harold Wolff of Cornell University Medical School. After requesting that the CIA provide him with information on imprisonment, deprivation, humiliation, torture, brainwashing, hypnoses, and more, Wolff’s research team began to formulate a plan through which they would develop secret drugs and various brain damaging procedures. According to a letter he wrote, in order to fully test the effects of the harmful research, Wolff expected the CIA to “make available suitable subjects.”

Project Artichoke
In the 1950s, the CIA’s Office of Scientific Intelligence ran a series of mind control projects in an attempt to answer the question “Can we get control of an individual to the point where he will do our bidding against his will and even against fundamental laws of nature?” One of these programs, Project Artichoke, studied hypnosis, forced morphine addiction, drug withdrawal, and the use of chemicals to incite amnesia in unwitting human subjects. Though the project was eventually shut down in the mid-1960s, the project opened the door to extensive research on the use of mind-control in field operations.

operation midnight climax
Initially established in the 1950s as a sub-project of a CIA-sponsored, mind-control research program, Operation Midnight Climax sought to study the effects of LSD on individuals. In San Francisco and New York, unconsenting subjects were lured to safehouses by prostitutes on the CIA payroll, unknowingly given LSD and other mind-altering substances, and monitored from behind one-way glass. Though the safehouses were shut down in 1965, when it was discovered that the CIA was administering LSD to human subjects, Operation Midnight Climax was a theater for extensive research on sexual blackmail, surveillance technology, and the use of mind-altering drugs on field operations.

Project 4.1
The 1954 “Study of Response of Human Beings exposed to Significant Beta and Gamma Radiation due to Fall-out from High-Yield Weapons,” known better as Project 4.1, was a medical study conducted by the U.S. of residents of the Marshall Islands. When the Castle Bravo nuclear test resulted in a yield larger than originally expected, the government instituted a top secret study to “evaluate the severity of radiation injury” to those accidentally exposed. Though most sources agree the exposure was unintentional, many Marshallese believed Project 4.1 was planned before the Castle Bravo test. In all, 239 Marshallese were exposed to significant levels of radiation.

Project MKUltra 
Project MKUltra is the code name of a CIA-sponsored research operation that experimented in human behavioral engineering. From 1953 to 1973, the program employed various methodologies to manipulate the mental states of American and Canadian citizens. These unwitting human test subjects were plied with LSD and other mind-altering drugs, hypnosis, sensory deprivation, isolation, verbal and sexual abuse, and various forms of torture. Research occurred at universities, hospitals, prisons, and pharmaceutical companies. Though the project sought to develop “chemical […] materials capable of employment in clandestine operations,” Project MKUltra was ended by a Congress-commissioned investigation into CIA activities within the U.S.

Effect of Radiation on Testicles
Between 1963 and 1973, dozens of Washington and Oregon prison inmates were used as test subjects in an experiment designed to test the effects of radiation on testicles. Bribed with cash and the suggestion of parole, 130 inmates willingly agreed to participate in the experiments conducted by the University of Washington on behalf of the U.S. government. In most cases, subjects were zapped with over 400 rads of radiation (the equivalent of 2,400 chest x-rays) in 10 minute intervals. However, it was much later that the inmates learned the experiments were far more dangerous than they had been told. In 2000, the former participants settled a $2.4 million class-action settlement from the University.

Infected Mosquitos in Towns
In 1956 and 1957, the United States Army conducted a number of biological warfare experiments on the cities of Savannah, Georgia and Avon Park, Florida. In one such experiment, millions of infected mosquitos were released into the two cities, in order to see if the insects could spread yellow fever and dengue fever. Not surprisingly, hundreds of researchers contracted illnesses that included fevers, respiratory problems, stillbirths, encephalitis, and typhoid. In order to photograph the results of their experiments, Army researchers pretended to be public health workers. Several people died as a result of the research.

 Radioactive Materials in Pregnant Women
In an experiment at Vanderbilt University, 829 pregnant women were given “vitamin drinks” they were told would improve the health of their unborn babies. Instead, the drinks contained radioactive iron and the researchers were studying how quickly the radioisotope crossed into the placenta. At least seven of the babies later died from cancers and leukemia, and the women themselves experienced rashes, bruises, anemia, loss of hair and tooth, and cancer.

The 30 Most Disturbing Human Experiments in History
https://www.bestpsychologydegrees.com/30...n-history/
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Why are the leaders, authorities and military men apparently psychologically deranged?  I have been searching for psychological studies on this and it seems very few have studied this phenomenon.  Since there are no definitive answers, I feel free to speculate

Programmed to kill

we are obviously programmed genetically and epigenetically to kill.   Not all animals are that way.  But the predator species are and some non predators also are bred to have a killing instinct.  
For bullfighting events, bulls are bred for aggression on Spanish ranches, "where they are tested for bravery and ferocity,"
The obvious roots are killing for food and killing ones adversary, a common tribal thing

Limited capacity for empathy

Dunbars number.   There is a limit to the size of a group that humans feel connected to and that forms a stable group.
100 to 250.   Again, its a tribal thing.   But also, the human brain simply cant comprehend large numbers.
"When numbers simply can’t convey the costs, there’s an infuriating paradox at play. Slovic calls it “psychic numbing.” As the number of victims in a tragedy increases, our empathy, our willingness to help, reliably decreases. This happens even when the number of victims increases from one to two....The feeling system doesn't really add; it can't multiply, it doesn't handle numbers very well. It's maximized at the number one: "Protect myself. Protect the person in front of me." People who are like us, near us, near in time, things like that, we get a strong, emotional response when they're in danger."   https://www.vox.com/explainers/2017/7/19...vic-apathy

Sociological distortions imposed on natural drives

In researching the pedophile problem, one idea emerged that the Victorian era imposed a lasting attitude on what children are....how we perceive adolescence.   This imposed perception is similar to sexually desirable traits. 

That is one example, but history is full of them.  Slaves and indigenous people have been thought of as sub human.  Women have been thought of as mentally or physically inferior.   Prisoners were thought of as inferior and disposable.  Other cultures have often been thought of as strange and not worthy.   Just the idea of 'enemy'  is a very mutable yet powerful thing.  Germans or Japanese or Arabs or Vietnamese....you name it....they can be perceived as devilish enemies one decade and as friendly business partners the next.

Programmed to enable

"Evolutionary theory suggests that both leadership and followership were important for the reproductive success of our ancestors."  Evolutionary leadership theory was introduced by Professor Mark van Vugt,


Poisoned by poison

One of the theories about pedophilia is that the pedophile doesnt advance beyond a juvinile state.  Pedophiles may not mature properly and remain infatuated with the prepubescent form. 

 "Widespread human exposure to endocrine disrupting chemicals (EDCs) has been documented in the United States and worldwide, as have trends for increased rates of endocrine-related diseases and disorders among children.  A growing body of evidence shows that exposure to a number of chemicals commonly found in consumer goods, personal care products, food, drinking water, and other sources may adversely affect child development through altered endocrine function. "

 "The development and use of synthetic chemicals have grown exponentially since the 1940s, and there are now more than 84 000 different chemicals in commerce.  For most people, exposure to BPA occurs primarily through the diet, and measurable levels of BPA can be found in most people.6 It has been known to be weakly estrogenic for 75 years, and recent animal studies have reported a diverse variety of developmental problems following early life exposure such as altered reproductive organ development and neurobehavioral effects."

"urinary phthalate metabolites can be measured in virtually everyone.  Several phthalates are antiandrogenic, and in rodents they have demonstrated significant adverse effects on male reproductive development and numerous other end points at high doses.11 In human studies of adults, phthalates have been related to decreases in sex steroid and thyroid hormone levels, poor sperm quality, endometriosis, insulin resistance, obesity, and possibly breast cancer"

https://jamanetwork.com/journals/jamaped...le/1171946


Too many people

If a statistical bell curve of human behavior included one Hitler or Stalin or Nero per million persons born, then a  world population of one million would have one such person while a world population of seven billion would have 7000 such people.   This kind of statistical fact has ramifications on many tiers of society.  If a despotic leader in a group of 1000 people has 10  guards, the other 990 people might be able to band together and overcome them.  Using the same ratio,  a city of a million people would have an army of 10,000 supporting the despotic leader and the people would be powerless against it.

This subject is very much related to the thread on Sociological Roots of Nukism
http://caferadlab.com/thread-3595.html
we are healthy with background radiation but unhealthy with the same dose from fallout
 
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The pedophile phenomenon,  phore what its worth

Leaders, Pedophila and Psychopathy, a link?

There has been some study which indicates that people in power positions, the leaders and authorities, have a higher rate of psychopathy.   Looking for a link of psychopathy and pedophilia results in several statements that there is no link

nonpedophiles scored as significantly more psychopathic than the pedophiles.
https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/ar...3412000695

Yet a few studies suggest there is a link
Psychopathy in the pedophile.
https://psycnet.apa.org/record/1998-08069-019

Abstract
Presents the thesis that the majority of pedophiles are psychopathic, or manifest to a significant degree the psychological characteristics of psychopathy. Stated conservatively, there appears to be a high rate of comorbidity between the 2 forms of behavioral disorder. It is argued that pedophilia may represent a special case, or subcase of psychopathy. The thesis of this chapter is that the dynamics of psychopathy are clearly evident in the majority of child molesters. This position is approached from 4 points: (1) a comparison of selected general descriptions of the personality characteristics of pedophiles and psychopaths found in the extant literature on child molesters; (2) an examination of the personalty characteristics of the pedophile, using a scaling procedure called Ego Function Assessment; (3) a review of psychometric assessment of pedophiles with the Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory, and (4) an expansion of T. Millon's conceptualization of the antisocial personality to encompass the psychology of the pedophil

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Influence of sociological indoctrinations on natural drives.   The victorian era

In Erotic Innocence, James Russell Kincaid traces the evolution of popular Western conceptions of sexuality and children over the past two or three centuries. Kincaid argues that the notion that children are pure, chaste and innocent was first formulated in England during the Victorian era. Historians such as Phillipe Aries have argued that before the seventeenth century children were essentially viewed as miniature adults, and were therefore given the freedom to fight, steal, study, have sex, travel, find homes and work, with little protection or interference from adults. The idea of childhood as a state of innocence, according to Aries, was a creation of Victorian British society in the nineteenth century. At the same time, the Victorians concocted a new ideal of the sexually desirable object. Unfortunately, the "new" child and the sexually desirable object had identical characteristics, including "softness, cuteness, docility, and passivity".

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Secuality, the sublime, the good, the bad, the ugly

Sexuality is a normal aspect of animals in general.  About 1 to 3 percent of the population is deemed pedophilic, with a surprisingly high proportion of those with an interest are actually involved in it....40 to 80%. This is has a mind bending implication with the exposure that the Defense department is one of the largest users of pedophila.  But a significant percentage of the population may have some sexual attraction to prepubescent people.

"about 25% self-reported some pedophilic interest or in the plethysmographic phase exhibited penile arousal to a child that equaled or exceeded arousal to an adult. In a control group of 66 males recruited from hospital staff and the community, 17% showed a penile response that was pedophilic."

"An estimated 1% of the male population has pedophilic disorder, and it is estimated that a similar proportion of the female population has it"

https://rationalwiki.org/wiki/Pedophilia

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"Ultimately, pedophiles who do not feel distress as a result of their sexual urges and abusive behavior with children share a personality facet with psychopathic individuals. Are these two disorders truly separate, distinct disorders, or is it possible that it makes more sense clinically to create a subtype of the pedophile diagnosis with a psychopathic personality specifier or subtype? Considering the clinical overlap between these two disorders can help the public and clinicians, too, to reflect more on the root of each particular disorder."

https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/...psychopath

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Pedophila in High Places

Tom Watson, a Labour Party lawmaker, told the House of Commons in October 2012 that police should “investigate clear intelligence suggesting a powerful pedophile network linked to Parliament and Number 10

In 1983, the far-right Conservative MP, Geoffrey Dickens, compiled a 40-page dossier alleging pedophilia among Westminster politicians and gave it to the Home Office and Attorney General’s Office. This year, the Home Office discovered that 114 files potentially relevant to historic allegations of sexual abuse, including the Dickens dossier, had gone missing.

https://time.com/2974381/england-land-of...-coverups/

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Pedophilia, the Church and Hypocrisy

it emerged that a former Vatican archbishop currently facing accusations of pedophilia had a collection of tens of thousands of child porn files stored on a computer in his office at the Holy See diplomatic compound in the Dominican Republic. Former Archbishop Jozef Wesolowski was arrested at the Vatican on pedophilia charges

https://ultraculture.org/blog/2014/09/30...lia-rings/
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 The CIA doesnt protect your children

In July 2010, it was reported that some 5,200 defense and intelligence employees at the Pentagon had downloaded child porn. Then, in January 2011, the Boston Globe reported that the Pentagon had failed to take proper action,

http://archive.boston.com/news/politics/...orn_cases/

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Government, a bunch of rich and powerful twisted juvenile criminals

 Government officials getting busted for child porn is nothing new; it is, in fact, one of the great open secrets of our time..

In July, RT reported on elite pedophilia rings in Russia:

At least 20 former MPs, government ministers, judges and other prominent figures abused children for decades, 

“For the last 30 years and longer than that, there have been a number of allegations made by survivors that people at the very top of powerful institutions in this country … have been involved in the abuse of children,” 

 The UN estimates 1.8 million kids are trafficked into the global sex trade every year.

https://holliegreigjustice.wordpress.com...power/amp/
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PedoGate Update: The Global Elite's Pedophile Empire is Crumbling - But Will it Ever Crash?

https://www.sott.net/article/345836-Pedo...Ever-Crash

Pedophila is a global phenomenon of our species.   The public pays such people to govern them

Australian Pedophile Ring
https://www.wanttoknow.info/sexabuse/australian-network


https://apnews.com/8cb4daf509464bad8c13ef35d44a0fc5
A global look at the Catholic Church’s sex abuse problem

Clues to the psychology of pedophila;   

Pedophiles are almost invariably males and a high percentage go for boys.   What does that say?

 study discovered that 403 pedophiles had molested more than 67,000 children! Pedophiles who targeted male victims averaged 282 victims, while pedophiles who targeted girls averaged 23 victims. Other studies have uncovered more traditional findings of higher incidences of abuse of girls.

Roman Catholic canon attorney Father Thomas Doyle has estimated that about 3,000 Roman Catholic priests are pedophiliac abusers of children (an average of 16 priestly sex abusers per diocese).

Baltimore psychotherapist and former priest A.W. Richard Sipe, author of A Secret World: Sexuality and the Search for Celibacy, 1990, made a comprehensive study of the sexual conduct of priests. As a result of his study, Harper's Index 1990 published this statistic: "Estimated chances that a Catholic priest in the United States is sexually active: 1 in 2." Sipe studied 1,000 priests and 500 of their "lovers" or victims. He offered this breakdown: 20% of priests are involved in sexual relationships with women; 8-10% in "heterosexual exploration," 20% are homosexual with half of them active, 6% are pedophiles, almost 4% of them targeting boys. However, Sipes observed "the homosexual contacts are four times more likely to come to the attention of parents or authorities, especially if the sexual involvement stops short of intercourse in heterosexual cases."

https://ffrf.org/faq/feeds/item/18500-th...the-church

http://www.lanternproject.org.uk/library...ual-abuse/


Pedophiles in high places
https://wmbriggs.com/post/20293/

Spreading Truth about the Global Pedophile Network
https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/sprea...-network#/
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Wow Code. Just wow.
Reckon I should carry a baseball bat to church?
If I whack every priest I see, according to the statistics,  i would be hitting a deserving target 50% of the time. I like those odds !
 I'm starting to feel truly dangerous !     (sarcasm...cuz ya never know...)
don't stir up the hot particles
 
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If they get to powerful it is because we let them.... 10,000 maniacs or not. It's all in the family.

https://thefreethoughtproject.com/fmr-se...king-ring/
I wrote poem about this woman in the Sociological Roots of Nukism thread
 
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Becoming clear poor folk in general, children in CPS custody in particular, are way too vulnerable.
We just pinata contents to the elites.
Scum...
  Saw a  quote from Frank Herbert, author of Dune, to the effect that absolute power does not corrupt, absolute power attracts Psychopaths.
 Gotta be a remedy, but it's beyond me.
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The irony.....ok it's not

https://davidonline.files.wordpress.com/...ustice.jpg

Just another day at the office
https://byronchristopher.org/category/pedophiles/
 
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Societies seem to always be oscillating in their ways and ideologies,  the new generation reacting to the last one.   In the wiki article on the Victorian Morals, it starts this way

"Between 1780 and 1850 the English ceased to be one of the most aggressive, brutal, rowdy, outspoken, riotous, cruel and bloodthirsty nations in the world and became one of the most inhibited, polite, orderly, tender-minded, prudish and hypocritical. "

Certainly the guilt surrounding sex and consequent deviant behavior of forbidden titillations has a lot to do with the  religions.  Disturbed parents beget disturbed children

Enter wide spread toxemia from chemicals and poor diets,  a society increasingly disengaged from nature, and you have a full on sick civilization of sick people.   We are chronically ill and everyone is on drugs ( 66 percent of all adults in the United States — use prescription drugs.)

The global phenomenon of leaders and the people...the global sick civilization can be at least partly viewed in this light.

I think there are solutions...but the change required is nothing less than an entire overhaul of attitude and behavior.  I dont believe humanity and civilization is capable of it.   In my opinion, we will almost certainly lose the remaining viability of the ecosystem and everything will end in calamity.   While there is certainly debate about it, one thing is nearly uncontestable....the Vector  is headed that way.   Its as if a committee of men are drifting on a raft toward Niagara falls, debating on how well it will turn out
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suspicious pedophilia case in Belgium

https://www.independent.co.uk/news/world...13529.html
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Small Modular Reactors  Nothing new,  nothing good

Small nuclear reactors have been a part of nuclear since the beginning.  There is nothing essentially different about small and large reactors. 

The difference between the small reactors that have been in use and the proposed SMR's is that the ones in use have higher safety standards.   They are in use in nuclear submarines.

Our species is not able to handle nuclear.  We are not THAT different from chimpanzees in many respects.   Chimpanzees should not be allowed to have nuclear.

Very proud, very stupid;  mankind, the ape smart enough to destroy the world and dumb enough to do it
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parody of Boston Dynamics robotics actually shows the near future of military robotics and mans intrigue and attitude 

https://youtu.be/y3RIHnK0_NE

robot police are here and will only grow in presence in the future.  Total civilian control through surveillance and physical control is what you, the taxpayer has funded.  Just reading about anti nuclear or anti government ideas can get you labeled as a domestic terrorist. 

https://www.wired.com/2016/07/11-police-...und-world/

The parody above was digitally animated, but todays robotic ability is incredible 
https://youtu.be/_sBBaNYex3E


Seizure of assets - Sec. 806:  Section 806 of the Act could result in the civil seizure of their assets without a prior hearing, and without them ever being convicted of a crime. It is by far the most significant change of which political organizations need to be aware.  Section 806 amended the civil asset forfeiture statute to authorize the government to seize and forfeit:  all assets, foreign or domestic (i) of any individual, entity, or organization engaged in planning or perpetrating any act of domestic or international terrorism against the United States, or their property, and all assets, foreign or domestic, affording any person a source of influence over any such entity or organization or (ii) acquired or maintained by any person with the intent and for the purpose of supporting, planning, conducting, or concealing an act of domestic or international terrorism against the United States, citizens or residents of the United States or their property 
https://www.aclu.org/other/how-usa-patri...-terrorism

Dept. of Homeland Security Forced to Release List of Keywords Used to Monitor Social Networking Sites
https://www.forbes.com/sites/reuvencohen...191044acd0

list of key words used by homeland security that could have you listed as a domestic terrorist include

Nuclear 

Nuclear facility

Nuclear threat

Radiation

Radioactive
Homeland Security
https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article...g-you.html
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A massive fire lit up the sky near the Mumbai Naval Docks in Colaba around midnight after a series of explosions tore through INS Sindhurakshak, a Russia-made Kilo class submarine first commissioned in 1997 and comprehensively upgraded last year.

"We are hoping for the best, but preparing for the worst," navy chief Admiral DK Joshi said in Mumbai about the fate of the 18 sailors who were on board at the time of the incident


//economictimes.indiatimes.com/articleshow/21833888.cms?from=mdr&utm_source=contentofinterest&utm_medium=text&utm_campaign=cppst

That was a non nuclear sub, but accidents also happen with nuclear subs.   They are powered by SMR  nukes.

There are 503 submarines in the world. 141 are nuclear powered

"India knocked its new, $3 billion nuclear-missile sub out of commission — by leaving a hatch open"
https://www.businessinsider.com/india-na...tch-2018-1

Hatch is fake story.  We dont know what caused the accident of the Indian Nuke Sub
https://economictimes.indiatimes.com/new...s?from=mdr

Nuke sub accidents are more common than you might think...

 "between 1969 and 1989, there were at least 1,445 mishaps of varying severities involving US nuclear submarines. The group is still collecting data on the nuclear-sub operations of other nations. It expects the number of Soviet/Russian accidents to exceed those of the United States."

In addition, 19 Soviet and US reactors from damaged vessels were dumped or lost in mishaps at sea. In the same period, at least 43 Soviet and seven US nuclear weapons - missile warheads, torpedoes, and bombs - were lost at sea.

Concludes the report: ''Global nuclear submarine operations pose a grave danger to global environmental safety, health, and security.''

https://www.csmonitor.com/1995/1212/12012.html

The public is nearly powerless to control their overlords.  In fact they cheer them on as dignitaries and saviors.   Thus civilization is doomed
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#18
Men love mass killing machines.

"In February 2015, India’s government approved the construction of six nuclear-powered attack submarines"

Pakistan, India's enemy  loves it too

"Pakistan announced the setting up of a Naval Strategic Force Command headquarters in 2012, indicating an intention to put nuclear weapons at sea. The indications are these weapons will be nuclear-armed cruise missiles on some of its current submarines."

Killing machines kill everything... a diesel sub, but the ramifications...

 "According to a Pakistani account, in early December 1971 PNS Ghazi “probably misjudged her position and doubled back into her own mine field, thus setting off a mine that she laid for the enemy. The mine blew and cracked open her forward torpedo room … The submarine sank with all crew onboard."

There is a long history of submarines and submarine accidents. A survey of submarine losses over 200 hundred years (1774–1985) found that 1750 submarines had been lost by a total of 23 nations, with 1448 submarines lost because of enemy action and 302 submarines lost because of some kind of accident or error (Gray 1996, 250).

One study of 60 years (1946–2005) of submarine accidents which led to the vessels being sunk or significantly damaged found that the “greatest source of loss for submarines was a flood (21%) followed closely by collision (18%)” (Tingle 2009). Other major causes were explosions and fires.


"A number of these accidents have involved nuclear submarines . The nature of accidents experienced by nuclear-powered submarines globally has been varied, but nearly half of them were related to nuclear reactors .  Of the total of 41 accidents recorded in 36 submarines, 12 related to nuclear reactors, resulting in the release of radioactivity within the vessel as well as in the sea, and radiation poisoning as well as the death of the crews in some cases. Other accidents involved non-nuclear explosions, fires, flooding, running aground, etc. Over 650 crew members died in these accidents. In many cases, the entire crew sank with the submarines."

"There have also been quite a few accidents that involved the nuclear reactor, arguably the accident type that is most specific to nuclear-propelled submarines like Arihant, including loss of coolant accidents (LOCAs) and criticality accidents (Compton et al. 2003; Takano et al. 2001). Many of these accidents have resulted in radioactive materials being released to the biosphere, usually under water but also sometimes into the air (IAEA 2001)."

of 14 nuclear reactor-related accidents on submarines, 13 occurred with Soviet/Russian vessels. Six suffered loss of coolant accidents, five had uncontrolled start-up due to operator errors, while in nine of the accidents, the reactor core was damaged.

Problems with naval nuclear reactors are not confined to Russia and have continued after the Cold War. A 2011 declassified report by the UK Ministry of Defence’s senior nuclear safety expert warned that “Current UK practice falls significantly short of benchmarked relevant good practice”, with the submarine reactors “potentially vulnerable to a structural failure of the primary circuit” which could cause “a release of highly radioactive fission products” 

"There is also evidence of poor safety culture in India’s civilian nuclear facilities and in the Bhabha Atomic Research Centre, the main organization involved in India’s nuclear weapons program . There is ample evidence for the occurrence of “accidents and failures of safety systems” at these facilities and of “organizational characteristics that violate the recommendations of safety theorists” and therefore, there are doubts about whether these institutions can “meet the demanding organizational requirements for safe operations of a complex, high hazard technology” ."

There have also been a host of accidents involving military equipment, in particular aircraft. One tally of these lists over 2000 accidents involving the Indian Air Force’s airplanes since the 1930s (Bharat Rakshak 2019). Over a hundred of these have involved airplanes that could carry nuclear weapons. These accidents again relate to deficiencies in the safety culture of the Indian-armed services.


Perhaps the most severe accident experienced so far involved the nuclear reactor itself and occurred on the morning of 10 August 1985 at a dockyard in Chazhma Cove near Vladivostok in what was then the Soviet Union (now Russia). Docked there was an K-431 (originally called K-31, and with the NATO reporting name of Echo II class) Soviet nuclear-powered submarine whose two reactors had just been refilled with fresh fuel (Hoffman 1998). The following day “workers found leaks from the seal of the upper lid” and to fix it, they:

lifted up the upper lid but they did not drain the water of the primary loop, neither did they detach the lattice, which was used to keep control rods in place. When the upper lid was raised for a few centimeters, a navy torpedo boat swept by, that created a big wake. The wake rocked the refueling service ship and its long crane arm resulting in rapid withdrawal of all control rods. The rapid reactivity insertion caused a huge power pulse followed by steam explosion.

Due to the explosion, the 12 t[on] upper lid and all of fuel assemblies were blown out from the reactor compartment and the submarine pressure hull was destroyed …

Immediately after the explosion, a fire broke out which was brought under control after 4 h[ours]. Due to the fire, radioactive materials were released continuously from the damaged submarine for 7 h and contaminated the area within 50–100 m[etres] from the submarine. The explosion killed eight officers and two workers instantly. About 2,000 workers participated in terminating the accident and in decontamination. Among these workers, 290 workers were exposed to radiation of more than 50 mSv [milli Sievert, a unit of radiation dose], including 10 workers with acute radiation sickness. (Takano et al. 2001, 146–48)



India’s armed forces are trying to upgrade their mainly Soviet-era weaponry by adding new guns, tanks, fighter jets, helicopters, and warships to face a more aggressive China and its long-time rival, Pakistan.

The Arihant class (Sanskrit, for Slayer of Enemies) is a class of nuclear-powered ballistic missile submarines being built for the Indian Navy.


 Following the 1974 Smiling Buddha nuclear test, the Director of Marine Engineering (DME) at Naval Headquarters initiated a technical feasibility study for an indigenous nuclear propulsion system 


 the border war between India and Pakistan. Following nuclear-weapons tests by both countries, the duelling Armies shelled each other for weeks along the disputed Himalayan frontier, called the Line of Control. 


The conflict between India and Pakistan over the disputed territory of Kashmir has escalated dramatically — and the rivals are both armed with nuclear weapons.
https://www.abc.net.au/news/2019-02-28/i...r/10856536

https://www.scmp.com/week-asia/explained...ear-states


"Broken Arrows" - The World's Lost Nuclear Weapons
Since the early 1950s, the United States and Russia have had numerous accidents with their nuclear bombs, and a number have even gone missing.
https://interestingengineering.com/broke...ar-weapons
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Bill Gates pushes nuclear for combating climate change:

https://www.washingtonpost.com/national/...story.html

https://www.axios.com/bill-gates-faces-d...789a4.html


A global commission — which includes billionaire Bill Gates and former UN chief Ban Ki-moon — has called on nations to invest now to protect against the effects of climate change.
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Crony capitalism is an economic system in which businesses thrive not as a result of risk, but rather as a return on money amassed through a nexus between a business class and the political class.


There are some unsettling aspects to DOE’s new cooperative funding agreement with NuScale. The company majority owner and main investor, Fluor Corp., also leads the multi-billion dollar contract consortium that operates DOE’s Savannah River Site (SRS) and Savannah River Laboratory in South Carolina. In March 2012 the US DOE signed a memorandum of agreement with NuScale regarding construction of a demonstration unit at its Savannah River site in South Carolina. Fluor is one of DOE’s largest contractors, responsible for managing massive environmental cleanups and nuclear defense waste disposal at multiple DOE sites.

Eight months after he resigned in January 2013 as head of DOE’s sprawling nuclear weapons complex, which includes tritium processing and plutonium disposition operations at SRS, Tom D’Agostino’s joined Fluor’s Government Group (FGG) as the senior vice president for Strategic Planning and Development, based in the company’s Greenville, S.C., office. Bruce Stanski, president of Fluor Government Group, remarked at the time: “Tom is one of the most well respected leaders in our industry, and I am confident he will be invaluable in terms of developing and implementing successful strategies that will drive our government business to new levels of success.” All of which raises the question whether NuScale, nearly bankrupt in 2011, is suddenly prospering now because of the intrinsic merits of its innovative design, or because it has sold itself to a heavy-weight “player” like Fluor with long and deep connections to DOE’s nuclear establishment?
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