Monday 17th of June 2024

the ten commandments...

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The Ten Commandments of diplomacy: In war and peace the importance of each may vary.

1 — Define an (the) enemy: Shia Muslims, Martians, Chinese, Russians, Putin.

2 — Randomly declare some people “hackers” who work for a foreign (Russia) military intelligence agency, doing attacks on a broad range of political, financial and athletic targets — always according to a US Justice Department indictment released on Mondays. 

3 — Control the enemy system, like for example run the “hacking" from Macedonia and destabilise their friends by sending fake news and real cash.

4 — Catch the enemy spies as they come on the scene. They usually come to “work" for embassies, like ours do in their own country. Expel a few from time to time and expect a tit for tat with varying numbers.

5 — Gain knowledge of the secret method used by the enemies by telling them what they should be doing in the first place.

6 — Get the codes and cyphers of their secret work by selling these to them in the first place. America has the best encoding in the world. Stay clear of Huawei.

7 — Get evidence of the ill-intent of the enemy by simple fabrication of their secret agenda and spread it through your mediocre mass media de mierda (MSM)

8 — Influence the thinking of the enemies by acting like a goose so they don’t know what you’re really thinking — except they know you will bomb them at some stage or slap them with sanctions for having ideas of their own.

9 — Make sure you deceive the enemy about your real intent — which is to bomb them at some stage and slap them with sanctions for having ideas of their own.

10 — Have the biggest military force (automated) on the planet: brawn works better than brains.

local brains commander (retired).

some pilots did not like him...

Last week [in February 2020] Elon Musk sat in front of an assemblage of U.S. Air Force officers and declared that the era of the fighter jet, “had passed.” Musk, interviewed by U.S. Air Force Lt. Gen. John Thompson at the Air Warfare Symposium in Orlando, Florida, said that the future of air warfare belonged to drones and that the F-35 Joint Strike Fighter would have “no chance” against a drone fighter. 

“The fighter jet era has passed,” Musk said, according to CNBC. “Drone warfare is where the future will be. It’s not that I want the future to be – it’s just, this is what the future will be.”


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Best reaction time of a human: 1/10th of a second.


Average reaction time of an Artificial Intellingence Drone: less than 1/10th of a microsecond. 


Energy pulse (Directed Energy Weapon): speed of light. 

aged in french oak barrels, and light vanilla nose...

In 2018, Elon Musk posted a series of April Fools’ Day tweets saying his electric-car company, Tesla Inc., had gone bankrupt and that he was found dead against a Tesla Model 3, surrounded by “Teslaquila bottles”. Although the drink was fictional, the US businessman later asserted that a Tesla-branded tequila was “coming soon”.

Elon Musk’s company Tesla Inc. launched its “exclusive, premium” tequila “Teslaquila” on Thursday, and it only took a few hours for the new adult beverage to be sold out online, according to Business Insider.

At $250 a bottle, the Tesla-branded tequila comes in a 750-ml lightning-bolt shaped bottle, the electric car maker logo.

Purchases were limited to two bottles per customer, with deliveries set for later this year. According to Business Insider, following the sell-out of the Teslaquila, some consumers started reselling the bottles for as much as $999.

Listed on Tesla’s online shop, Teslaquila is described as “premium 100% de agave tequila añejo aged in French oak barrels” and is said to have “a dry fruit and light vanilla nose with a balanced cinnamon pepper finish.”


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an "F" for maverick….

Well, I managed to see an ageing Tom Cruise still acting like a 20 year old "Maverick" in the latest Top Gun, on my senior discount. 36 years between drinks... The premise of the new movie is based on a fallacy, a bit like a Church of Scientology credo.  Imagine a nasty country having no radar or defences on its coast... The CoS is an expert on having detection units. Second, as Musk said "the era of jet fighters is finished." (see at top) and this same line is used by the Admirable admiral in waiting. Third, the plot and subplots (tensions between characters and love with an old old pretty flame) are less than graphene thick... From the first image, one should be able to guess the rest without any "thinking". "Not thinking" seems to be a favourite phrase of Maverick (Tommy Cruisey)... Here one could fall asleep for half an hour and not have to ponder about where we are at...

And being an expert (not really — but I watch a lot of YouTube segments of various old and new aircrafts — Russian and American) I did spot a few mistakes in which plane was which, especially the one at the end that lands in the net. My guess is the nasty fifth generation planes of the unnamed "enemy" would be SU%& (I mean SU57) which in the movie seem to be played by US Raptors22. The Top Gun pilots are using F18, because the newer F35 cost a lot more to operate by the Pentagon and are a lot more fragile. Does the Pentagon pay insurance premiums?

Meanwhile we might ponder what Maverick has been up to during the first Top Gun and this new one. Holidays, training pilots, doing more mischief than young Till Ulenspiegel? RIDING HIS MOTORBIKE for 36 years? Having "brain-cleaning" sessions? But I really don't care...

So little to ponder and so little Ton Gup reality.