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LMAO re: lawyers. I had an opposing counsel who, literally, didn't understand the law of gravity, i.e. the leak was in the middle of the ceiling of my client's top floor apartment and she argued that it was coming from the windows not the roof. You can't make this shit up! I think she had already been chipped.

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Dave, follow the New Science tm

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Maybe I need to get chipped as well!

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Aug 18, 2022·edited Aug 18, 2022Liked by Tessa Lena

No, you just need to keep kicking ass.

Just not mine😎

My wife does that

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The goal of legal representation is never to establish truth. (Or to never establish truth...)

A prosecutor's job is to get a conviction, if the accused happens to be guilty of the crime(s) in question is a bonus.

A defender's job is to get the client acquitted no matter how guilty or what the crime is.

And an attorney/barrister's job is to act in the best interest of the client.

Thre's a reason the legal branches of academia teach the term and mindset called "moral vacuum" to budding word-wranglers in law.

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I think it is not that black and white. There is certainly a ton of corruption but also, lawyers do go into the profession for the sake of justice, and some actually practice that. There are plenty of lawyers who are a part of the freedom community, some stellar ones. So it is like with everything: some good intention, some bad intention, some courage, some corruption, and so on. It's all about what's in the heart....

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Aug 18, 2022Liked by Tessa Lena

Certainly, but the difference between [to compromise] and [to be compromised] is almost invisible to the one concerned.

I became a teacher to teach, something I've been informed I'm very good at. But year by year, to be able to teach there were ever more rituals to follow, more and more boxes to check in the metaphorical 'party book', more and more compromises to be made to be able to remain in the profession.

To clarify why I take such a hard line on this:

I am very, very bad at rationalisation of actions. I'm the kind of annoying, often aggravating person which corrects/challenges someone when they say something "didn't happen" when in reality it was them choosing not to do it.

I tell this to explain the very cynical words in the initial post: cynical in the philosophical sense. That's the way it is, and it is that way solely due to the choices of those involved.

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Aug 18, 2022Liked by Tessa Lena

I've been waiting for the transhumanism pushers to trot out one, just ONE superhuman, fully transhumanized adult. I've seen transhumanist boasting all over the internet, yet we've been shown...nothing. And transhumanists ignore the fact that most human brain processing takes place in the subconscious brain, which operates a million times faster than the conscious brain and is very poorly understood, especially in its links to quantum fields and processes. Pretty sure the idea that AI could replace the human brain is ludicrous.

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It absolutely is. Completely ludicrous. The problem is that it doesn't stop the maniacs from trying but that's a different problem!!

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I wouldn't bet on its being ludicrous. It's been working just fine...

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It has already replaced human thinking in a worldwide simulation used by the globalists. This type of quantum-graphene nano-computer was 12k faster than "supercomputers" already in 2012. It is fed live data and its self-improving algorithm can restructure its virtually unlimited open systems and their connections, depending on the task it is told to work on. In solving specific problems it is light-years ahead of the human brain and it has been advising the globalists in the last two years on the path to trans-humanism and the NWO without a glitch.

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The globalists can do hive mentality, but cannot make themselves "smarter."

They are using a quantum-graphene nanocomputer (the technology was already 12k faster in 2012 than the fastest ":supercomputers") with live feed of data collected worldwide and this "super AI" is running a live global simulation in a virtually unlimited number of recursive opens systems in a self-improving algorithm that keeps correcting itself as needed, depending on the problem-solving task it is instructed to work on.

This AI is auto-functioning and its operators have no idea how it works, but it does. In real-world problem solving it is A LOT more efficient than the human brain...

https://rayhorvaththesource.substack.com/p/imitate-an-ai

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Regarding the “big gap between the confident tone of conference presentations and the actual degree of understanding of why things do or do not work.” These midwits will shriek in anger if you challenge their lack of understanding. Which is more proof that “it’s a dance of a very clumsy elephant in a china shop.” Great writing!

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Thank you!!! I think the intelligent ones, the real scientists, know that they know little, it's the least qualified who are arrogant!!!

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Aug 18, 2022Liked by Tessa Lena

Yes, we know that we know basically nothing and that you can almost never trust the data. I think one of the reasons that the CDC, FDA, scientists, journals, etc. have been able to get away with all of the lies, fraud, and collusion regarding Covid is because it’s been going on a VERY long time. But because it happens on a smaller scale - as is the case with the Alzheimer’s disaster - it goes largely unnoticed by the public and those of us in this system who see what is happening just trudge along or leave it (as I did). What a disgraceful time to be a scientist.

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Feb 3, 2023Liked by Tessa Lena

Thank you for your interesting article about the Alzheimer fraude.

This made me think about a series of lectures of Dr. James Davies, PhD I saw about the history of the DSM manual with the title 'Psychiatry and Big Pharma: Exposed' from 2019 I think. [ still on Youtube ].

The committee members who had to update the DSM manual all appeared to have financial ties to big pharma. This manual became thicker and thicker each time, because they invented all sorts of 'new' diseases in favor of the business model of Big Pharma. Some 'diseases were [ are ] down right ridiculous. And this all 'new' diseases came new [ expensive ] drugs and therapies of course. And I guess ADHD, ADD, Autism, and many more became very profitable 'new' Big Pharma goodies and each time I hear young ppl talk to each other about their [ hyped ] 'medical' condition it breaks my heart how they're all being fooled. They all read the same mainstream medical info and confirm each other and together form an echo chamber from which they never come out again.

Because of the psy-op tunnel they are caught in, one loses the notion that some symptoms of these diagnoses are actually completely normal human characteristics, which therefore should not be diagnosed as disorders at all !

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Dear Tessa - thanks so much for all your work. I will be at that Festival in a Field :-) and hope to connect with you. Its fantastic that you are coming. It will be a great day!

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Thank you Catherine!! I greatly look forward to meeting you at the festival upstate!! xo

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Congrats on speaking at the festival, I hope you have an enjoyable and enriching time :)

I would love to attend, alas I am a prisoner inside Canada for refusing to be injected with poison. If possible, can you share a recording of your talk at the event for those of us that are prisoners in the bio-fascist state of new normal Canada? :)

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Aug 19, 2022·edited Aug 19, 2022Author

Thank you, and I am sorry you are stuck in Canada... this is nuts. Typing those words in response was nuts. Nuts!!!!!

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Aug 18, 2022Liked by Tessa Lena

I am going to find the nearest tribe of Natives who still have a medicine man. He can not be further off the truth than the so called scientists

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Probably much closer to the truth that the scientists who think that science means killing things first and then studying them. Old knowledge systems are very scientific, but they don't separate the scientific method from the soul, and it is much more useful to my senses.

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About the brain implants for lawyers -- I cannot understand how humans could be so control-crazy as to force this on other humans. But even more, I hope I'm right when I say I doubt the "lawyers" (which category is next?) will accept this. Or will they? Because if they do, I be booking a seat on an instantaneous shamanic airlift to another planet -- another, sane frame of reference called "life."

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A very good point. That is all very insane!!

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Aug 18, 2022·edited Aug 18, 2022Liked by Tessa Lena

"Sundance" hasthis today. It's something I often say. The total energy to run the economy is falling, and the owners have to manufacture crises to "explain" it, without admitting the fundamental issue.

https://theconservativetreehouse.com/blog/2022/08/18/something-is-looming-geopolitically-and-we-better-start-taking-it-seriously/

If people die faster than the enrgy drops off, I think things might still work ok.

Whatever kills people, or appears to be the cause, will be a big crisis. Pandemic, War, Famine...

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That's an interesting article, thank you John!!

And I think that ultimately, none of us know what's going on in exact terms. We can sense that something is off, make some logical connections based on trends and policy papers and speeches and, uhm, ACTIONS of the ones in power... but the chance is, explaining the logic behind madness is hard without going mad. So...

We are left with the traditional love, courage, faith in the universe, and common sense..

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And praying for guidance, and following through on the guidance.

:-)

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Aug 18, 2022Liked by Tessa Lena

Back in the dark ages, when I was an undergraduate, I took a class in brain research. One of the things the professor repeated, over and over, is that for every paper you find that says "the brain does A", you can find just as many papers that say "the brain does NOT A".

I firmly believe that our brains are too complicated for us to understand, and that if our brains were simple enough for us to understand them, we would be too stupid to understand it. (A sort of Godel's Incompleteness Theorem for humanity.)

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That's a good one!! Your last sentence is very witty!!

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Just found out that NASA isn't really for Space exploration, DARPA involved with Transhumanism.... 200 people already have brain chips. 😧 Truth really is stranger than fiction.

https://beckahardman.substack.com/p/what-in-the-what-is-going-on?r=1h0c57&s=w&utm_campaign=post&utm_medium=web&utm_source=direct

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Thank you for sharing that link. Yeah, that presentation, if I remember correctly, is very futuristic and from early 2000s? I'll have to double-check but I think it was from 2001 or so. They even had something about weaponizing insects!!

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Thank you, I wasn't sure how old that was Tessa!

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Methinks the brain scientists are eating the woke who are eating Leana Wen in loo of donuts in a china shop full of parading 800lb gorillas.

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Aug 18, 2022·edited Aug 18, 2022Liked by Tessa Lena

I'm paranoid... And don't know how far psycho NY gov has gotten... But at some point, could she just descend upon people like us with state troopers and health statement and cartv us away? ((after a fight! Wife know those camps ain't about health?

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Hopefully not!!!! She may be able to convince some people but the more they push, the smarter people eventually become...

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TY!

My sibs are liberal, I thought smart... Was I raised with these folks... Some seem lost...

But, my mom rebelled kinda sorta in December... Ain't gonna take deathvax anymore. But doesn't want to hear me...😎

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I am so sorry your mom doesn't want to hear you! It must be tough. I hope you find an understanding the soonest!!! People usually like to do what they want to do, it's true for all of us. Sometimes patience goes a long way!!

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Aug 18, 2022Liked by Tessa Lena

do cyborg lawyers live long enough to become cyborg judges? and is a "natty" (using your term from that short story of yours, tessa) allowed to argue in court against a borg? or do you have to be a borg to join the bar association?

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Thank you. :) There is an absolutely stunning story and Soviet era film that influenced me for lire, as a child, before I knew I would be fighting robots. The film that I saw as a child was about robots. I guess the philosophical aspect of it fascinated people for a long time, and it was a series based on different stories. The episode that influenced me for life was based on a story by a Bulgarian writer (Ф.Чиландер) who likely remained obscure since I was never able to find his work in English, and I don't know how to spell his name in English properly.

https://youtu.be/Y6QCsBijdu0?t=3656 (scrolled to the beginning of an episode, but in Russian so probably not very helpful).

I should write about this in detail, with the plot. It's striking,

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Aug 19, 2022Liked by Tessa Lena

thanks! fantastic in every sense of the word.

i can't find anything on frederyk chilander (sp?) in english at all. this would make a great stack piece...

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I'll have to write about it. It really is a film that influenced me early on, big time, and strangely, so many of those things that people fantasized about since early 20th century are now technologically much closer, and we have to somehow deal with it. Crazy!!

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Aug 18, 2022·edited Aug 18, 2022Author

Here is the final scene where the viewer finds out that the prosecutor and the jury who just sentenced an innocent man to death (who was then instantly executed on live camera) for accidentally "murdering" a very annoying sales robot who was trying to sell something to him at a time when the man learned that his girlfriend left him (and so the man pushed the obnoxiously persistent sales robot away, and the robot fell on the train tracks) are, in fact, robots.

https://youtu.be/Y6QCsBijdu0?t=4466

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Aug 19, 2022Liked by Tessa Lena

thanks!!

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I'm glad I didn't see this as a child! It gave me decades of relatively carefree life before the axe started falling (for me) in the late 90s with globalization and fell for real with the Covid scheme. But all of that was pushed on us by disreputable humans. Now a different game is being played -- and it's called inhuman!

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Loved "who might have been born for greater things but who has none the less established herself as a roboparrot doll moonlighting as a television dominatrix..." Vinay Prasad very funny. Happy you'll be appearing with the great Mary Holland!

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Thank you!!!

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Thanks for writing about the story on Sylvain Lesné and manufactured data. I just put up an extended essay on this story, and the remarkably similar case of Stanford president Marc Tessier-Lavigne. You might enjoy it:

https://thescienceofdao.substack.com/p/whats-up-with-these-alzheimers-researchers

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