A Brief Commentary by Executive Producer Ricky Ray**
“Only your friends can betray you.
Your enemies can’t.
They can only attack you.
Attacks can be prepared for.
Treachery is so dangerous in that it strikes at your absolute weakness while you’re completely unprepared.
Your friends are your weakness. Choose wisely.”
It keeps your enemies close in political statecraft, and beware friends and especially family who can and will betray You for countless reasons motivated by their envy, fear, insecurities… and gain.
History is fraught with tales of treason and empires taken not by enemies but from within family intrigues.
The Renaissance in Italy was a prime example like Rome and Greece.
The creator of multinational empires, Nebuchadnezzar II, kept his governor kings in his courts close, under watch as well as to use and manipulate to his ends if need be.
What a way to see who the sycophants are, and what they’ll do for a favor, eh?
And family… he kept wisely distant under watch having seen what they would do when Assyrians king Sennacherib was killed by his own sons after his 185,000 strong armies were supernaturally destroyed by one angelic being at night.
History is full of examples of family and friends Treachery from within.
The Caesar line prime example…
A bitter enemy can become a staunch ally.
Your success can strike family and friends with envy to betray you, for sick schadenfreude satisfying feelings at your demise, to feel better about their shitty selves.
I know this personally from my own blood family who are kept distant for that reason.
**My note MJS:Not only did Gwyneth Paltrow take the “Shakespeare in Love” script from Winona Ryder’s house, she won an Oscar for her performance in the film!
(9:02 Discussion of 1990’s, Harvard Failure, Homosexuality and the Control Grid).
“It amazes me how so many have caught on to the ancient trick of ‘controlled opposition’ or false (Left/Right) polarity in politics but overlook the same game in the religious sphere. When Satanists shock you by their ‘blasphemy’ against ‘God’ they are also tricking you. The great religions are mostly their creation and subterfuge, packed with the symbolism and values of the Babylonian priesthood, their ancestors. They handed down to us the deeply violent and polarizing concepts of sacrifice, the sacred, blood atonement, Heaven and Hell to poison the human heart and mind through the ages. So long as people perpetuate such religious-sacrificial doctrines, actively or passively, the Satanists will gloat in their superiority because that person is, in effect, just a mediocre satanist.
We have all been lied to on a gigantic scale and the Satanists are counting on the truth is too much for us bear.
In any event, it’s worth noting they’re not the ‘genuine ones’ they think they are. In their need to use power over others they betray their fundamental mediocrity (like the god-monsters they worship); they show themselves to be less intelligent than the average person by exulting as a mystery (‘order out of chaos’) what everybody else has long recognized as the scapegoat technique (or strategic stupidity). They are, above all, just another bunch of hypocrites, claiming to ‘give the sheeple what they want’ while actually building, slowly and meticulously, a microcosm of their own cultic system of hierarchies, slaves, terror, and pyramids.
Take away the fear of suffering and death and the Satanist becomes a truly pathetic, almost laughable, figure. We see the pitiful fruit of their imagination. Robots who didn’t rebel.”
Now you know the rest of the story by Mitch Santell
Here is another substantial reason to get off of your FaceBook Account. The EU (European Union) is shoving their rules and regulations down every American user.
Facebook announced Wednesday it would begin rolling out changes to how it handles private data this week to comply with forthcoming EU rules, with European residents seeing the measures first.
The social network, which has been rocked by disclosures about hijacking of personal data on tens of millions of its users, said it will start implementing “new privacy experiences” to comply with the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) which become effective May 25.
“Everyone—no matter where they live—will be asked to review important information about how Facebook uses data and make choices about their privacy on Facebook,” said a statement from chief privacy officer Erin Egan and deputy general counsel Ashlie Beringer.
“We’ll begin by rolling these choices out in Europe this week.”
Under the new policy, Facebook users will be asked to review and make choices about ads they receive, including whether they want Facebook to use data from third parties.
Facebook users will also be asked to review and choose what to share about the political, religious, and relationship information on their profiles.
Additionally, users will be allowed to opt in or out of use of facial recognition technology.
The statement said users will be told that facial recognition is optional, but that it could offer some benefit, such as being notified when someone is using an unauthorized picture.
“We not only want to comply with the law, but also go beyond our obligations to build new and improved privacy experiences for everyone on Facebook,” Egan and Beringer wrote.
The news comes a week after Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg faced 10 hours of questioning in two congressional panels following revelations that personal data was harvested on 87 million users by Cambridge Analytica, a consultancy working for Donal Trump’s 2016 campaign.
The issue for me as always is privacy. This is what Steve Jobs had to say about Privacy back in the day!
“My kids accuse me and my wife of being fascists and overly concerned about tech, and they say that none of their friends have the same rules… That’s because we have seen the dangers of technology firsthand. I’ve seen it in myself, I don’t want to see that happen to my kids.” – Steve Jobs
It was a curious moment when I tuned into the Oscars the other night. It was during Jimmy Kimmel’s opening monologue. It felt different to me, not like other Oscar night’s that I have watched my whole life.
When you come from an old Hollywood Family with dozens of dozens of credits to your family name, it makes you wonder what my Great Uncle and My Grandfather would have said to me watching the 90th Annual Academy Awards.
Since they are not here, here is my take on this year’s awards.
One – Hollywood is not in Hollywood anymore so you can do your dream anywhere!
Two – The same Issues That Hollywood deals within 2018 are the same issues that it dealt with in 1918.
Three – The new Hollywood is housed with all of the streaming companies like Netflix, HBO Go, Hulu and dozens more.
Here is a link to an article that I know you will find of interest: