[Cryptography] How the CIA Made Google

John Young jya at pipeline.com
Sat Jan 31 07:14:47 PST 2015

An early program of Highlands Group was perception management by
which public opinion would be shaped by disparagement of opposition
to ubiquitous gov-com spying with gambits like "tin-foil hat," "conspiracy
theory," and other forms of reputation attacks. Chorusing these terms
becomes habitual with repetition, even among those who are otherwise
open-minded to novel scientific and theological innovations so long as
the innovations are peer-reviewed or sanctioned by authorities, even
when the authorities are revealed to be self-serving and corrupt, perhaps
especially so. That is the crippling effects of standards setting in all
human endeavors, the favoritism toward standards setting obedient
members and ostacism of dissenters to the dominants.

Fortunately, the tin-hatters and conspiriacists overturn the sclerotic
hegemons if not burned at the stake, imprisoned, die of impoverishment,
driven to suicide. Mercy is never a characteristic of certitude and
maddened crowd-minds compelled to admire miters, crowns, helmets,
wigs of judmentalist soothsayers self-anointed deitific and scientific
absolutist perception managers -- also known as spymasters.

At 09:31 PM 1/29/2015, Henry Baker wrote:
>At 06:30 AM 1/29/2015, John Young wrote:
> >https://medium.com/@NafeezAhmed/how-the-cia-made-google-e836451a959e
> >
> >Fascinating research, with gobs of suspects besides TLAs, Brin and Page,
> >some here now, some here back then, as suspected then and now. Not
> >that there is anything wrong with suspecting cpunks was made similarly.
>In the same vein, but with a bit less tin foil hattery:

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