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I want to let you know I might not be able to connect to chat tonight, as there are some persisting problems with household router, and we are having discussion with neighbors about solution.
Ok, if you wanted to try anyway, login details are here: 'benjamin' & 'franklin'.I want to let you know I might not be able to connect to chat tonight, as there are some persisting problems with household router, and we are having discussion with neighbors about solution.
He speaks about lots of interesting things there. He lays out current trends of our techno oriented society, going toward evermore information driven urban world, which is going to be more and more very energy hungry, interconnected and evaluated with AI, strong push for autonomous electric vehicles, their many problems with short-life Li batteries and their disposal, exposing fallacy of 'clean' hydrocarbon footprint of electric cars, and existing superior technologies which could be used instead. All those things we already know from the forum and sott yet the sequence how he goes into many dimensions gives it unique perspective, and he's connecting many dots. Overall the lecture sounds like warning.Prof. Ing. Peter Staněk, CSc., Is a Slovak economist and forecaster working at the Slovak Academy of Sciences.From 1994 to 1998 he was an advisor to the Prime Minister of the Slovak Republic Vladimír Mečiar and from 1997 to 1998 he was the State Secretary of the Ministry of Finance. He served as Chairman of the Scientific Council of the Institute of Economics of the Slovak Academy of Sciences and also advised Prime Minister Robert Fico in his first and second government.
I did indeed! He's been labeled catastrophyist and conspiracy theorist by mainstream media, understandably, as he speaks of the coming crisis (not only financial) and many other things, e.g. meaning of life, without any political correctness. Very interesting guy.Did you hear of him?
If you find some articles or transcripts of his videos then bring them on. We could post them on YOUR web tooMaybe I'll find something to post on your web naseveru.
And great job getting it proof read in time for Halloween, anka! :)PR of the last part of Witches, comets and planetary cataclysms is done and the piece published and shared widely (have also done updates on interlinks, SEO and feature images). Just on time for Halloween. Great job, rylek!
Good stuff to hear this voice of Czechoslovak academic with his open eyes, who is well oriented in economics, technology, politics, human nature, and asking tough questions..I did indeed! He's been labeled catastrophyist and conspiracy theorist by mainstream media, understandably, as he speaks of the coming crisis (not only financial) and many other things, e.g. meaning of life, without any political correctness. Very interesting guy.
If you find some articles or transcripts of his videos then bring them on. We could post them on YOUR web too
BTW, he gave a speech in Litoměřice last year (I missed that) and I was astonished how fluent he is in Czech language:
"Russian-tradition parishes in Western Europe with their mother Church. Over 100 clerics, led by French Archbishop John, have gathered in Moscow to partake in three-day festivities that mark the reunification".
That's interesting, and it feels also significant. It looks like Russia heals its lost spiritual strength, and with its developed military arm, has now super-strength, while helping and guiding world through the turmoil. I'm curious where all this is going.
Thanks for letting me know. I'm checking Zvedavec.org what is on their pages and one thing I like is how their articles history is compact, so easy to search through.When you tackle the topic of global politics, some translations of Pepe Escobar, Thierry Meyssan (Voltaire.net), Craig Murry, The Saker and others appear regularly on Zvedavec.org so before you start translating, check their web in case they might have it done already. Other than that, go ahead :)
I see it as a process of reshuffling forces, carefully managed by the PTB (or a fraction of) so I would not hold my breath in terms of positive expectations. Things are getting rearranged, different players having different aims... and the question is who can make use of it. Putin surely is a good strategist. At the same time, the Russian Orthodox church is not his domain - they have their own agenda (or their masters) so I would not say it is a sign of some benevolent power forming which people will benefit from. Your instinct may be correct but I just know too little to be able to understand what is going on with that so no enthusiasm on my part concerning any clerical moves. Watching the show...