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Dr. Ben Carson sends stark warning to media: ‘The American people are waking up to your game’

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(INTELLIHUB) — During a press conference where reporters tried to pigeonhole Dr. Ben Carson into saying that he had gotten a scholarship, Dr. Carson took the bull by the horns and flipped the script on the dishonest media, telling them that “the American people are waking up” to their game.

In fact Dr. Carson, brought President Barrack Obama into the mix and told reporters that he “did not remember this level of scrutiny” when he was running. Additionally Carson asked the press why they are not concerned why Barack Obama’s records are sealed.

https://www.intellihub.com/dr-ben-carson-sends-stark-warning-to-media-the-american-people-are-waking-up-to-your-game/

The video of Carson grilling the media shows the level of how far gone they are, their reactions were so very telling.  Why not bring it up? Why don't they want to know why Obama's records are sealed?  They get 1st Amendment protections so they can ferret this information out and look at how they act. Might as well be the government standing there instead of the "press". They don't even know who they are or how to fake it anymore. 

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Oh man Ben Carson is on point! Almost every time this guys talks I find myself in agreement. I hope so badly that he ends up with a high ranking position in the Trump administration (vp??). Way to call out Obama & the leftists, way to say no to the reporters b.s., way to not bow down to political correctness & way to endorse Trump Dr. Carson. You are a true American. :vFpL81r: 

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It's so obvious that Trump finally woke up the last of the salvageable lost sheep!

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I like Ben Carson. He could be a good vice president I think.
I thought he might a good choice for pres. until I heard he's in favor of mandatory vaccinations. :dry:
 

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20 minutes ago, Lucy Barnable said:

I like Ben Carson. He could be a good vice president I think.
I thought he might a good choice for pres. until I heard he's in favor of mandatory vaccinations. :dry:
 

We can donate our vaccines to the ones who like them so much. lol  

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12 minutes ago, Cinnamon said:

We can donate our vaccines to the ones who like them so much. lol  

That's a great idea! I'll donate mine to the bleeding heart liberals. I think they need it the most.
They're the ones who want to live side by side with the illegal immigrants who are just looking for a better life after all.

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Makes you wonder why organizations like Anonymous haven't hacked the Media to prove the point.

 

Perhaps Ben should join up and give them some direction....lol.

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35 minutes ago, Guitar Doc said:

Makes you wonder why organizations like Anonymous haven't hacked the Media to prove the point.

 

Perhaps Ben should join up and give them some direction....lol.

Good question, why haven't they? 

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16 minutes ago, Cinnamon said:

Good question, why haven't they? 

It would have more beneficial impact than anything they have done thus far. Societies are controlled by their Media. You can't talk sense into people on subject if the Media is telling them to believe nonsense.

Back in the day all we wanted was for excellent hackers to meet political activists. Hackers of the day were talented but direction-less as most were under the age of 18. They were just playing around, but some of the intel they obtained was very interesting and not to be repeated from any other source. Military hacks mainly. We found out a lot of stuff the pubic wasn't allowed to know.

When Anonymous was made public there was hope among the activists....but it was short lived as it seemed Anonymous had been formed as a RED TEAM exercise. The Red Team Blue Teams exercise was to penetrate the most protected US military sources. Red Teams are told to think out of the box in these exercises. They would break into people's houses and hack from there and get out of there as they knew within an hour that house would be searched by the Blue Team Specialists who were trying to hack them in real time. (a classic ploy as good hackers never use their own equipment they prefer to use a patsie)

The Red Team though to recruit from the public to assist them. The used IRC message boards (which hilariously enough are considered Deep net today when 12-15 years ago we used them just as people us text messages) to see if there were people willing to help them be Social Warriors for Justice and didn’t tell them they were US military intelligence.

 

The system Anonymous uses today conceals the manipulation of the group. People post suggestions on certain sites and boards and the collective votes on whether they will participate in the action. This method leaves them open to being manipulated but not know it. As long as you have key people and a lot of fake accounts you can make it look like the majority favoured an action that was pushed by few people pretending to be many people.

 

I think this is why Anonymous never gets anywhere, because those manipulating them don't want them to get anywhere. I must say I respected the work of Aaron Swartz the most. They killed him, shot him up with an over dose. Same with Jack (and NZer) of the jackpot hack fame. Clever dumb people. Thought they were smart when they were just naive.

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7 minutes ago, Guitar Doc said:

It would have more beneficial impact than anything they have done thus far. Societies are controlled by their Media. You can't talk sense into people on subject if the Media is telling them to believe nonsense.

Back in the day all we wanted was for excellent hackers to meet political activists. Hackers of the day were talented but direction-less as most were under the age of 18. They were just playing around, but some of the intel they obtained was very interesting and not to be repeated from any other source. Military hacks mainly. We found out a lot of stuff the pubic wasn't allowed to know.

When Anonymous was made public there was hope among the activists....but it was short lived as it seemed Anonymous had been formed as a RED TEAM exercise. The Red Team Blue Teams exercise was to penetrate the most protected US military sources. Red Teams are told to think out of the box in these exercises. They would break into people's houses and hack from there and get out of there as they knew within an hour that house would be searched by the Blue Team Specialists who were trying to hack them in real time. (a classic ploy as good hackers never use their own equipment they prefer to use a patsie)

The Red Team though to recruit from the public to assist them. The used IRC message boards (which hilariously enough are considered Deep net today when 12-15 years ago we used them just as people us text messages) to see if there were people willing to help them be Social Warriors for Justice and didn’t tell them they were US military intelligence.

 

The system Anonymous uses today conceals the manipulation of the group. People post suggestions on certain sites and boards and the collective votes on whether they will participate in the action. This method leaves them open to being manipulated but not know it. As long as you have key people and a lot of fake accounts you can make it look like the majority favoured an action that was pushed by few people pretending to be many people.

 

I think this is why Anonymous never gets anywhere, because those manipulating them don't want them to get anywhere. I must say I respected the work of Aaron Swartz the most. They killed him, shot him up with an over dose. Same with Jack (and NZer) of the jackpot hack fame. Clever dumb people. Thought they were smart when they were just naive.

They have the opportunity to cut one of the major tentacles of the octopus and they're not doing it.  That makes them useless to real change.  And having socks works on even the smallest websites to encourage group think.  I've seen plenty of that here, thus purges happen occasionally when they become so numerous and obvious with their agenda that they are changing the face of the forum. None of them can keep their facade up for very long. 

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