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06
Dez20

O ano de 2020 está a ser mau? Talvez venha a ser recordado como um paraíso em 2021!

Albertino Ferreira

There are now hundreds, if not thousands, of eyewitness accounts of strange happenings – sudden arrivals of ballots, observers kept away, counting stopped but apparently continuing in secret, suspiciously pristine postal ballots, stacks of ballots with only Biden’s name filled out, Trump votes destroyed, suspicious ballot “curing”, signature problems, backdating postal ballots, wandering USB drives, dead people voting, computer “glitches” sending Trump votes to Biden.

There are improbabilities in the result. Biden received fewer votes than Clinton or Obama in most areas but many more in the “battleground states”. There were striking exceptions in “down-ballot” voting: in the key states there were large differences between the votes for Biden and for the Democratic Senate candidate.

Statistical analysis comprises the next grouping of evidence. We see that votes for Biden, most of the time, and votes for Trump, all of the time, roughly accord with the curve of Benford’s Law. But in those areas where Biden needed the votes, they do not. Violations of Benford’s Law are commonly used by forensic accountants to indicate fraud. An analysis of moving averages over time shows a settled ratio of votes for Biden with a sudden jump in the hours when counting was “stopped”. In some cases votes seem to have been processed faster than physically possible. Other analyses point to suspicious spikes of votes for Biden.

But, whatever is decided, half the population will be convinced that the election was stolen – indeed a Rasmussen poll in mid-November showed that nearly half the population – including 30% of Democrats! – already believes that “Democrats stole votes or destroyed pro-Trump ballots in several states to ensure that Biden would win”.

2020 has not been a good year for the United States: COVID-19 has wreaked havoc, the economic gains of the past few years have eroded, civil violence and rioting have been common. A disputed election leaving half the population thinking its candidate was cheated out of office will not make things more peaceful. Many are speaking of, if not outright civil war, severe civil strife.

The ingathering of American resources to deal with problems in the homeland will be welcomed but the dangers of a nuclear state imploding will not. ( O perigo não é de desvalorizar, mas noto que a União Soviética também colapsou e também era uma grande potência nuclear)

2021 may make 2020 look like a blessed haven of stability.

 

Patrick ARMSTRONG, The Strategic Culture Foundation

05
Dez20

Seria uma grande anedota, se não fosse dramático.

Albertino Ferreira

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2020 começou com um ranking da imprensa "séria" que situava os EUA como o país mais bem preparado para afrontar umha eventual pandemia. A China perdia-se na média, junto ao Reino de Espanha. Eis a fiabilidade da propaganda mediática. Quem paga a orquestra escolhe a música.

@fromgaliza
 
 
As estatísticas são para ser lidas com cuidado, sentido crítico, e não estão livres de ser usadas simplesmente para a manipulação
 

 

02
Dez20

The Digital ‘Iron Curtain’ Descends

Albertino Ferreira

What is a ‘digital Iron Curtain’? It is when Big Digital, as Professor Michael Rectenwald terms these western Tech Goliaths, become ‘governmentalities’, using a word originally coined by Michel Foucault to refer to the means by which the ‘governed’ (i.e. ‘we the people’) assimilate, and reflect outwardly, a mental attitude desired by the élites: “One might point to masking and social distancing as instances of what Foucault meant by his notion of governmentality”, Rectenwald suggests.

 

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