The real inventor of Blockchain, Kelce Wilson, joins Sarah Westall for an interview. He discusses the invention and his patent, the real security issues, and crypto currencies in general. An engaging discussion you haven’t heard elsewhere!
To restore integrity and truth to governance, with the informed will of We the People at its heart.
To enjoy a transparent government by 2022, that operates with honesty, respecting our planet and the human spirit. That we may create a healthy, prosperous America rooted in truth with peace as our shared condition.
Robert David Steele is an activist for election reform. A former spy and pioneer for Open Source Everything Engineeering, he was recently nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize. He has written the Trump Revolution series at Amazon and free online, and is the co-founder with Cynthia McKinney of #UNRIG: Summer of Peace (Beyond Trump & Sanders).
Dr. Cynthia McKinney, the first black woman elected to represent Georgia in the U.S. House of Representatives, served six terms as a Democrat. She left the Democratic Party to run as the residential candidate of the Green Party in 2008. While in office and since Dr. McKinney has been a fierce advocate of fact-based governance with integrity. She has many published books and articles to her credit. She is a recognized voice across many peace and humanitarian fronts. She is the co-founder, with Robert David Steele, of #UNRIG: Summer of Peace (Beyond Trump & Sanders).
Denise M. Wilbanks is a contemporary thinker and visionary. She is the author of Connecting to Love: Unleashing the Power of Yes. Denise reaches out to heal others through tools in self-empowerment.
Steve Bhaerman is a transpartisan activist and “uncommontator” who’s spent the past 30 years using comedy to bring people together. He is the author of Spontaneous Evolution with noted cellular biologist Bruce Lipton, and Reuniting America with transpartisan pioneer Joseph McCormick.
Angie Blake is CEO and Editor in Chief for Victurus Libertas. She has been a humanitarian, an activist, a mother, and a truth seeker for the majority of her life. She seeks happiness in a world filled with peace and truth rather than violence and deceit. She seeks to change the world.
As the corporate press continues fecklessly insisting the public ‘just trust’ the unnamed officials and anonymous sources it perpetually cites when running shock reports on the inner dealings of government, Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein — acting authority in the Russia probe, thanks to Jeff Sessions’ recusal — stunningly warned the public it must remain “skeptical about anonymous allegations.”
People should be wary of “accepting as true any stories attributed to anonymous ‘officials,’ particularly when they do not identify the country — let alone the branch or agency of government — with which the alleged sources supposedly are affiliated,” Rosenstein admonished late Thursday. “The Department of Justice has a long-established policy to neither confirm nor deny such allegations.”
Without elaborating on the abrupt need for the warning — one which savvier members of the public and independent media have long been cognizant — Rosentein’s statement followed a Washington Post piece on an investigation headed by Department of Justice special counsel Robert Mueller into President Trump’s son-in-law, Jared Kushner, and possible connections to Russian meddling in the election.
Indeed, this warning also rides the coattails of a now-voluminous cache of articles from the New York Times, Washington Post, CNN, and other once-illustrious media organizations, touting — as if steel truth — unnamed and thus unverifiable officials who promise it was The Russians interfering in the U.S. presidential elections who manipulated public perception to sway the vote for Donald Trump.
But the irony and magnanimous hypocrisy of the corporate-backed press didn’t end with reporting Rosenstein’s warning.
CNN, in an article on the deputy AG’s statement, ridiculously upped the hilarity factor, citing not only another anonymous source, but one putatively from inside — wait for it — the Department of Justice.
Corrupt world leaders are sitting on “alien technology” which could provide cost free renewable energy to the world, according to Dr Steven Greer.
However, he claims the existence of the world-saving technology is suppressed to allow business moguls to cash in on the oil and fossil fuel industries until they run out.
Dr Greer, a former emergency room doctor in the US, who gave it up to try to expose the truth about aliens, made the claims in an interview with uninterview.com.
He is a leading voice in the so-called disclosure movement in the US – conspiracy theorists who believe aliens are here on earth.
However, they say it is covered up and are fighting to get an alleged truth embargo lifted.
He said: “If along with the disclosure of intelligent life, you’re going to have the most disruptive technology in all of history come out… this becomes a big macro-economic issue and that is what the secrecy is partially rooted in.
“I began to realise that there were people inside government that know about these projects and there are people inside who do not know, and it has nothing to do with your rank, it doesn’t matter if you are the president.
“It doesn’t matter if you’re the CIA director. It only matters if the bureaucracy feels like you are going to go along with the agenda and keeping this secret.”
Following bitcoin’s price rise to an all-time high of $3,000, the rural State of Montana Governor Steve Bullock announced a grant of $416,000 to assist Project Spokane to expand. The governor says:
“The funds will be used for purchase of equipment, machinery, furniture and software and for wage reimbursement. Project Spokane, LLC is a data center that provides blockchain security services for the bitcoin network.”
The investment accounts for nearly half of a $1.1 million fund that was made available to help businesses create jobs, train employees and expand further.
James Grunke, the president and CEO of the Missoula Economic Partnership, told a local paper that Project Spokane is on their way to “becoming North America’s largest data center. They are going to have 55,000 servers, and right now they only have 12,000. It’s pretty exciting,” he said.
This is the first known instance of a direct government investment in a bitcoin mining operation which may signify a change in attitude while also illustrating the scale bitcoin has now reached.
The currency has tripled this year from around $1,000 at the beginning of 2017 to a high of $3,000, currently trading at around $2,700 while its market cap nears $50 billion.
With the price increase, the mining reward has also increased. The combined mining network currently received around $7 million a day, with nearly half of that coming from transaction fees.
That translates to $210 million a month or $2.5 billion a year. However, mining is a very competitive businesses. Hardware can quickly become obsolete as new hardware is added, while energy costs can be considerable.
It therefore remains unclear how this project aims to compete with far cheaper energy in China where the lower manufacturing costs allows them to produce cheaper hardware too.
But Montana is a mountainous and rural state. Moreover, some find it worrying that 80% of bitcoin mining is concentrated in China and the surrounding areas.
It’s not clear whether one of them is the State of Montana itself, but this development is interesting because miners can have significant influence over the rules of bitcoin’s protocol.
States, therefore, may become directly involved and mine themselves or support mining operations within their own jurisdiction so as to potentially have a say over the direction of bitcoin’s protocol.