Jay Dyer | The Manhattan Project incorporated a vast program concerned with radiation, human exposure and ‘the grand telos’ – engineering resistant, synthetic humanoids.
Jay Dyer | It’s becoming more and more apparent that Hollywood really is the flip side of the CIA.
Jay Dyer | What a quandary the average American patriot must be in here.
SUNDAY WIRE | Strap yourselves in and lower the blast shield – this is your brave new world…
Jay Dyer | Have the recent terror events in Paris met these criteria? Yes, they have.
Jay Dyer | Another interesting coincidence which further strengthens the false flag case.
Jay Dyer | All the same villains and cast of characters that come to play in the vaudeville variety show that is the global war on terror.
Jay Dyer | The invention of the climate threat is a scam, as modern technological advancements are based around militarization and global population management.
Jay Dyer | The deus ex machina of an emergent technological deity supplanting humanity.
Jay Dyer | Mass media psyops and aesthetic terror function to shock the mass psyche.
Jay Dyer | It will be humans programming A.I. to delete threats in the future.
Jay Dyer | Nolan is back, and his new film, Interstellar, is like ‘Inception’ meets ‘2001: Space Odyssey’ – attempting to go where no film has gone before.
Jay Dyer | One of the most unique and all-encompassing plots to hit Hollywood’s big screen in a while.
Jay Dyer | Espionage and statecraft have always gone hand in hand, and the desire of rulers to send encrypted messages is an ancient art.
Jay Dyer | Conspiracy need only be feared when the ruler is hated as a result of his tyranny or sadistic cruelty.
Jay Dyer | More Fruit Bat terrorists, and other boogymen for a 21st century audience.
Jay Dyer | The con is one of the oldest, time-honored practices of fallen humanity
Jay’s Analysis | Having reached a point of godlike abilities, the power and exponential growth of technology is both wondrous and ominous.
Jay’s Analysis | Hollywood and staged intelligence operations are now the same.
Jay’s Analysis | Imagine a ‘ghost in the machine’ accessing infinite amounts of data, but for what purpose?