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One Mainframe To Rule Them All
IBM & Verichip - The Human Microchipping Agenda

One Mainframe To Rule Them All - 1 of 5 (10mins 1s)

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IBM = Eye-beam, as in

Also each letter is one away from HAL, from 2001: A Space Odyssey.
Reality Check - Alan Watt (1hr 28mins) - transcript
In the movie, "2001," Arthur C. Clarke, very high Freemason gives you the agenda of High Freemasonry. Not the “schmuckdom” freemasonry but the high stuff. He gives you their agenda and their philosophy and their religion in the movie.  At the beginning of the movie "2001," made in the 1960’s, they show you the ape-man, you know the hairy guys supposedly, and the new guys are terrified of the darkness.  They'd go to their caves at night, and in the morning, they go across the watering bowl and meet this other tribe of ape-men.  They shake their fists and go through a little dance, a song and dance, and then they muffle off on their own separate ways; and that's how things have gone on forever.  The little sequences around—they're showing you there's a big part, you see, it’s part of their religion.

You'll understand all this later; and this way, you've got a tree brush shaped like a big snake you see, and some of the emblems - these are actually Masonic emblems, high occultic emblems you see all through it.  Even though the story eventually goes into space, it starts with these cave-men and an obelisk comes down. There's this black obelisk.

In the book, it's more detailed.  The obelisk throws its cave-men out, one by one, and makes them jump around and stuff.  It’s testing them out to see who's got the best smarts. He picks one of them, and one day, the watering hole, and instead of going over and shaking their fist and screaming and having to drink more and go home, this one picks up a bone; because the love of the skull and the cross bones of Masonry, the pirates, right. He picks up the thighbone and then he smashes his enemy over the waterhole there and he kills him; and that's telling you that's their right of might. The right of might: He will kill a superior and then they give you religions for being meek and mild. They teach another one for themselves.

Progress. You see they have a thing called "progress." They hate something called stagnant civilization,  “arrested” civilizations; and to them it's a progress.  Progress to them is done through those who are willing to kill and become the top chutzpah of the king—king of the ape-men.  Then it jumps from there into the future to the year 2001, and then a space journey encounters, supposedly, on the trail of this obelisk that they unearthed. It ends up on Jupiter; but it's all occultic. It's nothing to do with space travel. There's a Masonic initiation in it. You will see the computer HAL on board the spaceship traveling to Jupiter. It kills off two of the guys that are with him and then tries to kill off the third guy. He outsmarts it and disables it, meaning he overcame all the natural laws.

HAL is the son, like HALOGEN, you know, HAL-CYON. HAL and H-A-L, one letter after each one in the alphabet is IBM, you see.  IBM, you speak it and it's I-beam, the beam from the eye, the eye of Ra. The beaming from the eye is between the pyramid, the capstone and the rest of the pyramid.

Everything is shown to you. It's not necessary you understand. It's only necessary that you think you understand, whatever comes out of these movies, chomping away – “ah it's a good movie. What's next? Have no idea what it means.”

Then "2010" is a follow-up to the movie, and it shows you what's supposed to happen in 2010.  There's a big thing at the end, where this guy who escapes the computer remembers in the next movie he's timeless, he's ageless, as he's become a god, because he overcame HALCYON, you see, the sun, the natural order.  He overcame all the laws and he's a god; and a new sun appears in the sky, but "as above so below," so a new sun will appear on the earth: A messiah, a being, an entity, whatever it is. They bring force to you with much hullabaloo and fanfare I'm sure.

They're telling you their system. They show you their religion from evolution, which is their belief system both physical and spiritual, because they do believe in reincarnation; but they don't believe that everybody reincarnates. There's a whole theology behind that, even though encouraged to believe in it amongst the lesser, as they call it. They have a different belief system for themselves, a specialized one; well, naturally, that's a special one. You can't foresee what is everyone else. So there's the physical and inbreeding which is terribly, terribly important to them because it's part of the “spiritual recycling,” you might say, of the same dynasties within dynasties; and that's what they claim gives them their power and intellect and the right to dominate and so on; and they give us religions.

Religion is to tie, to rebind, to re-tie. They tie our minds down. When you're tied, you're not free to think.  We're told we're free, so that's how it compensates. We're told we're free, even though we're crippled at birth by a system, which is indoctrination.


Feb 22, 2007 Alan Watt Blurb
"IBM = Eye-Bee-M(A Son) = Eye-Beam = I Am Bee.
Bee = Cell = Cell Phone" - mp3 - transcript


IBM Ad 1 - Creating A Global Surveillance State (30s)

IBM Ad 2 - Creating "Smart" Systems (Of Total Surveillance And Complete Control) (29s)


Previous videos from and associates:

IBM, Verichip and the Fourth Reich (8mins 29s)

Operation Lie and Deceive Verichip Style (8mins 2s)

Welcome to the Machines - Hypnotized into the Mainframe (6mins 40s)

Your Papers Please (10mins 54s)

Tommy Thompson taking the Verichip (6mins 34s)

Who's Pet Are You? (1min 30s)

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Two recent interviews with Greg Nikolettos of

15th August 2009 - mp3
"Great interview of Greg Nikolettos by James Corbett [] covering all topics from Verichip, Biometrics, IBM, Internet of things, GIG all the way to Transhumanism."

14th October 2009 - mp3
"Covers fMRI, GIG, Humabio, Biometrics, Sensors, Transhumanism, Electronic Health Records, Neural Networks, OpenID, Internet of Things, EPC, Real Time Web, Global Databases and of course IBM and Verichip"

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I'm glad IBM's involved - they usually f**k things up.
And dying in your beds, many years from now, would you be willin' to trade ALL the days, from this day to that, for one chance, just one chance, to come back here and tell our enemies that they may take our lives, but they'll never take... OUR FREEDOM!

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Whoa, just into part one but IBM ran the 1890 U.S. Census, just 19 years after the consitutional shenanigans? And they aided Hitler in cataloguing the people!
"He who passively accepts evil is as much involved in it as he who helps to perpetrate it. He who accepts evil without protesting against it is really cooperating with it." Martin Luther King, Jr.

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Whoa, just into part one but IBM ran the 1890 U.S. Census, just 19 years after the consitutional shenanigans? And they aided Hitler in cataloguing the people!


But they also laughed at the concept of a 'mouse' from what I understand and basically gave away the desktop PC market by trying to force people into using Micro-Channel Architecture - so the other companies like Compaq, DEC and such got together and formed 'ISA'.

They had the computing world in their pocket and screwed it up.

Top 10 bad IT decisions

Honourable Mention - Watson's "five computers in the world" comment
Shaun Nichols: Former IBM chairman Thomas Watson was credited for saying in the early 1940s that "there is a world market for maybe five computers."

5. IBM turning down Microsoft
Iain Thomson: In the late 1970s Microsoft was just another struggling software company stuck in the heat in New Mexico.

1. Digital Research
Iain Thomson: Very few companies are unfortunate enough to know the precise moment of their peak. In the case of Digital it was when IBM came knocking.

IBM needed an operating system for its first PC and didn't have time to develop one itself. So it went to discuss purchasing a licence for CP/M, the leading operating system of the time and sold by Digital.

Negotiations didn't go well, due to IBM's notoriously strict non-disclosure agreement which totally gagged Digital while allowing IBM full use of whatever was discussed. On the advice of its legal team they declined the meeting. Luckily the chairman of IBM knew Bill Gates' mother and Microsoft was happy to sign because it saw the bigger picture.

In a way the final deal was a tipping point for two companies not one. Digital saw Microsoft's code on the bulk of the world's computers. Its competitive operating system drowned in numbers and was not supported by Microsoft.

But for IBM it was also a tipping point. The company had just handed over control of the most valuable bit of the deal. It's understandable, IBM at the time was all about big iron computing and that was insanely profitable at the time.
It spent most of its time developing software in BASIC for the Altair, the computer that kicked off personal computers. Its very young leader Bill Gates showed promise but reportedly was at one time trying to sell the company. The sum mentioned was apparently US$80 million and the offer was made to IBM. They said no.

3 out of 10 of the 'worst IT decisions' - good track record.

And further - how many actually own an IBM PC? ;)
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Current news about this leviathan...

IBM puts executive (and future CEO candidate) on leave after charges
Mon Oct 19, 2009 12:28 PM EDT
Jordan Robertson, AP Technology Writer

SAN FRANCISCO — IBM Corp. put a top executive on leave Monday after he was charged in an insider trading scandal for allegedly leaking secrets about IBM's earnings and financial dealings with corporate partners.

The company said Robert Moffat, a senior vice president and cost-cutting maven who was considered a possible candidate to succeed CEO Sam Palmisano, no longer serves as an officer of the company.

A woman who answered the phone at Moffat's home in Connecticut said he would not comment. Kerry Lawrence, an attorney representing Moffat, said the government hasn't accused Moffat of profiting from the alleged scheme.

"Not only have they not alleged that, but that definitely did not happen," Lawrence said.

Rodney Adkins, who has been senior vice president in charge of development and manufacturing, was tapped to assume Moffat's position on an acting basis. That gives him oversight over IBM's mainframes and computer servers.

Adkins is the highest-ranking black executive IBM has ever had.

Moffat was one of six executives and hedge fund managers arrested Friday in connection with a wide-ranging scam that authorities say generated more than $25 million in illegal profits.

The bust ensnared one of America's wealthiest men, Raj Rajaratnam, a portfolio manager for the Galleon Group hedge fund; two people from another hedge fund; and figures from chip maker Intel Corp. and consulting firm McKinsey & Co.

The hedge fund defendants are accused of trading securities in several publicly traded companies based on confidential information they got from the executives.

Moffat's arrest is a rare stain on the reputation of IBM, which promotes "trust in all relationships" as one of its key values.

Moffat, a college track star who has worked at IBM since 1978, is known as an operational expert who has worked in some of IBM's toughest divisions trying to unlock more profit. That included the personal computer business, which IBM sold in 2004 to China-based Lenovo Group. IBM has trumpeted Moffat's ability to slash costs and make the company faster and more efficient, particularly in manufacturing.

Moffat, 53, is accused of supplying Danielle Chiesi, who worked for a hedge fund known as New Castle, details about IBM's earnings; the timing of a restructuring at IBM partner Advanced Micro Devices Inc.; and the financials of Sun Microsystems Inc., whose books IBM was poring over this year as part of an acquisition bid.

It's unclear from the court filings how Moffat would have benefited. Lawrence, Moffat's lawyer, declined to comment further on the case.

His arrest comes after a tough stretch for IBM, which is based in Armonk, N.Y.

Two weeks ago the company acknowledged that the U.S. Justice Department is looking into allegations the company abused its dominant position in mainframe computers, one of IBM's most important products. And last week the company reported higher quarterly profit and boosted its 2009 earnings forecast, but the stock fell. The shares had already appreciated significantly, and some investors were apparently expecting more from the results.

Intel, the world's largest maker of computer microprocessors, said it was blindsided by the arrest of its employee, Rajiv Goel, 51, a director of strategic investment in Intel's treasury department. Intel spokesman Chuck Mulloy said the company hasn't been contacted by law enforcement.

Goel, who has been placed on leave, declined to comment.
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"If the ratio of our productivity to consumption is over 1 that’s OK, but if not, you are a “useless eater,” and perhaps need to be disposed of."

“The globalization of the world economy will also continue, with a widening between “haves” and “have-nots.”

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Also of intertest, regarding the eye-beam:

IBM Internal Document Outlines Knowledge of Planned Pandemic With 100% Certainty
Filed Under Emerging Diseases, Pandemic, Ukraine

“Services & Global Procurement pan IOT Europe, Pandemic Plan Overview,”an official inter-departmental document was distributed to upper-level management of IBM, France in 2006. Disclosed in this secret document was the prediction of a “planned” pandemic described as having a “100% chance of occurring within the next 5 years.”

The document also describes “quarantines”and operational procedures to be taken upon the official announcements of the “pandemic”by the World Health Organization. The foreknowledge of such an event could not exist, unless the pandemic was a planned event.

Certainly, this document is the “smoking gun” which demonstrates the current bird/swine flu “pandemic”is an orchestrated event leading to mass vaccinations sponsored by the WHO and UN.

This single document definitively proves there is international, corporate collusion behind the “bird/swine flu pandemic”and the intentional plan to create disease on a worldwide scale.

As evidenced by this document (see below), IBM’s primary concerns are focused on maintaining their workforce, even under an official quarantine, and the continuation of sales and services to their clients.

IBM is considered to be one of the most powerful corporations in the world. They and their subsidiaries helped create enabling technologies, step-by-step, from the identification and cataloging programs of the 1930s to the selections of the 1940s which designed complex solutions for Adolf Hitler during this period.

You can apply a simple search at for additional documents. Query [pandemic 2006] or [pandemic 2005] for dozens of relevant results on pandemic preparedness and planning.


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"He who passively accepts evil is as much involved in it as he who helps to perpetrate it. He who accepts evil without protesting against it is really cooperating with it." Martin Luther King, Jr.