WikiLeaks: Assange on Afghanistan, A Warning

John Young jya at
Fri Aug 20 06:58:43 PDT 2021

Assange is right to predict universal spying. 
Should be noted that this warning is distribured 
via the global spying program, the internet, 
invented and promulgated by the US military, its 
allies, contractors, suppliers, universities, 
anti-war and anti-spying orgs, not to overlook 
WikiLeaks, Assange's celebrity megaphone and his 
howling supporters amd detractors.

In the same way national security has become the 
worldwide religion backed by the most powerful 
weapons, wealthy knowledge, faith and finance 
industries, detractors of this unprecedented 
hegemon, especially the 
comsec/infosec/ransomware/hacker hoodlums, 
propound and practice their exploitations with 
this now inescapable institution and its technologies.

This list too was founded and sustained as 
militarized evangelism braying about privacy, 
liberty, crypto, threats and evildoers in the 
very mindset of spies and warfighters for which 
most subscribers were and are educated to advance 
the gods of science, technology, espionage, 
deception, cheating, lying, betraying, accusing, preaching, mindfucking.

Assange espouses what he learned on cypherpunks. 
The cypherpunks archives are an archive of what 
the internet has become, a ravaging four 
horsepersons, billions strong, its adherents 
claim to fight: National security devouring itself,

The end of this era will come with the closure 
and surpassing of this vicious monster by 
something far worse. Heed this: spies only report 
the grimmest of the grimmest. As here. Mea maxima culpa.

At 02:50 AM 8/20/2021, you wrote:
>  Assange on Afghanistan
>  Assange exposes Afghanistan
>"...because the goal is not to completely subjugate Afghanistan. The
>goal is to use Afghanistan to wash money out of the tax bases of the
>United States, out of the tax bases of European countries through
>Afghanistan and back into the hands of a transnational security elite.
>That is the goal, i.e. the goal is to have endless war not a
>successful one." - Julian Assange
>  FPF#281 propaganda war on assange
>  The Importance of Julian
>Assange, Wikileaks and the OPCW Douma Docs: Syria and Afghanistan
>  Snowden re Assange
>  Sargon re Assange
>Assange Last Video Warning
>Generation being born now is the last to be free
>Assange in last interview before blackout 20 Sep, 2018 18:16
>Before his links to the world were cut by his Ecuadorian hosts,
>WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange gave an interview on how
>technological advances are changing humankind. He said global
>surveillance will soon be totally unavoidable.
>The interview was provided to RT by organizers of the World Ethical
>Data Forum in Barcelona. Assange, who is currently stranded in the
>Ecuadorian Embassy in London with no outside communication except with
>his legal team, has a pretty grim outlook on where humanity is going.
>He says it will soon be impossible for any human being to not be
>included in global databases collected by governments and state-like
>     This generation being born now
 is the last free generation. Yoou
>are born and either immediately or within say a year you are known
>globally. Your identity in one form or another ­coming as a result  of
>your idiotic parents plastering your name and photos all over Facebook
>or as a result of insurance applications or passport applications­  is
>known to all major world powers.
>“A small child now in some sense has to negotiate its relationship
>with all the major world powers
 It puts us in a very different
>position. Very few technically capable people are able to live apart,
>to choose to live apart, to choose to go their own way,” he added. “It
>smells a bit like totalitarianism ­ in some way.”
>The capacity to collect and process information about people has been
>growing exponentially and will continue to grow fast, he stated. With
>advancements in applying Artificial Intelligence (AI) to big data, the
>next logical step is coming.
>READ MORE: Ecuador pledged to not kick out Assange, but threat of US
>prosecution still serious ­ lawyer to RT
>“Look at what Google and Baidu and Tencent and Amazon and Facebook are
>doing. They are basically open-cut harvesting the knowledge of
>humankind as we express it, when we communicate with each other
>classical model, which people in academia call ‘surveillance
 has changed now.
>     It’s a really very important and severe economic change. Which is
>to take the surveillance capitalism model and transform it instead
>into a model that does not yet have a name, an ‘AI model’. Which is to
>use this vast reservoir to train Artificial Intelligences of different
>kinds. This would replace not only intermediary sectors ­most thinggs
>you do on the internet is in a sense more efficient intermediation­
>but to take over the transport sector, or create whole new sectors.
>Assange also predicted that the scale of hostile activities through
>cyberspace will see a breakout point as soon as AI is trained to
>sufficiently automate hacking attacks.
>“There is no border [online]. It’s 220 milliseconds from New York to
>Nairobi. Why would there ever be peace in such a scenario?” he said.
>“[Entities online] are creating their own borders using cryptography.
>But the size of the attack surface for any decent-sized organization,
>the number of people, different types of software and hardware it has
>to pull inside itself means that it is very hard to establish.
>     I don’t think it’s really possible to come up with borders that
>are predictable enough and stable enough to eliminate conflict.
>Therefore, there will be more conflict.

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