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  • This was a serious business, it was actually backed by Goldman Sachs, but it crashed and went bankrupt because the gamers themselves who weren't cheating became enraged basically that these other people were doing, they put so much pressure on the gaming companies.
    They put so much pressure on the video game companies, that they decided to basically ban gold-farming, which killed Bannon's business, but it awakened him to the power of what he called "rootless white males" who spend all their time online. And five years later when Bannon wound up at Breitbart, he resolved to try and attract those people over to Breitbart because he thought they could be radicalized in a kind of populist, nationalist way. And the way that Bannon did that, the bridge between the angry abusive gamers and Breitbart and Pepe was Milo Yiannopoulous, who Bannon discovered and hired to be Breitbart's tech editor.

    From the time I met him in 2011, he's had exactly the same politics. The same stuff you heard from Trump, you saw on the campaign trail. What he was looking for was a vessel because nobody in Republican Washington believed in these kinds of ideas. The whole trend in the Republican party was toward liberalizing immigration laws, passing comprehensive immigration reform. He was against it.

    Joshua Green, author
    Devil's Bargain: Steve Bannon, Donald Trump, and the Storming of the Presidency

    #conciousness #mindfulness #fitness #wellness #healthymind #responsibility #equality #sustainability #climatechange #bethechange #bewell #profit #sense #safety #livewell #climateaction #success #freedom #liberty #equality #justice #democracy #future #womensmarch #timesup #metoo #notmeus #justice #b52
  • This was a serious business, it was actually backed by Goldman Sachs, but it crashed and went bankrupt because the gamers themselves who weren't cheating became enraged basically that these other people were doing, they put so much pressure on the gaming companies. 
They put so much pressure on the video game companies, that they decided to basically ban gold-farming, which killed Bannon's business, but it awakened him to the power of what he called "rootless white males" who spend all their time online. And five years later when Bannon wound up at Breitbart, he resolved to try and attract those people over to Breitbart because he thought they could be radicalized in a kind of populist, nationalist way. And the way that Bannon did that, the bridge between the angry abusive gamers and Breitbart and Pepe was Milo Yiannopoulous, who Bannon discovered and hired to be Breitbart's tech editor.

From the time I met him in 2011, he's had exactly the same politics. The same stuff you heard from Trump, you saw on the campaign trail. What he was looking for was a vessel because nobody in Republican Washington believed in these kinds of ideas. The whole trend in the Republican party was toward liberalizing immigration laws, passing comprehensive immigration reform. He was against it.

Joshua Green, author
Devil's Bargain: Steve Bannon, Donald Trump, and the Storming of the Presidency

#conciousness #mindfulness #fitness #wellness #healthymind #responsibility #equality #sustainability #climatechange #bethechange #bewell #profit #sense #safety #livewell #climateaction #success #freedom #liberty #equality #justice #democracy #future #womensmarch #timesup #metoo #notmeus #justice #b52
  •  3  0 10 December, 2018
  • Dai tanbutalata
    Komitmen menjaga keselamatan berlalu lintas di wilayah kab Tanah Bumbu Telah kitas sepakat mendukung bersama seluruh keluarga Dai Tanbutalata

    Serta sangat sesuai dengan tujuan dari pada terbentuk nya Daihatsu ayla indonesia yng salah satu nya adalah sebagai pelopor aman berlalu lintas .

    setiap bagian daripada Daihatsu ayla Indonesia Tanah Bumbu - Tanah Laut - kota Baru , wajib menjaga dan bersikap aman dalam berkendara
    Aman dan cerdas berkendara
    Batulicin 09 dec 2018

    #satuindonesia
    #tanahbumbuinfo
    #astra
    #DaihatsuaylaindonesiachapterTanbuTalaTa
    #safety
    #SalamSatuAspal
    #safetychallenge
    #iaabl
  • Dai tanbutalata 
Komitmen menjaga keselamatan berlalu lintas di wilayah kab Tanah Bumbu Telah kitas sepakat mendukung bersama seluruh keluarga Dai Tanbutalata

Serta sangat sesuai dengan tujuan dari pada terbentuk nya Daihatsu ayla indonesia yng salah satu nya adalah sebagai pelopor aman berlalu lintas .

setiap bagian daripada Daihatsu ayla Indonesia Tanah Bumbu - Tanah Laut - kota Baru , wajib menjaga dan bersikap aman dalam berkendara 
Aman dan cerdas berkendara 
Batulicin 09 dec 2018

#satuindonesia
#tanahbumbuinfo
#astra
#DaihatsuaylaindonesiachapterTanbuTalaTa 
#safety 
#SalamSatuAspal 
#safetychallenge 
#iaabl
  •  2  0 10 December, 2018
  • This was a serious business, it was actually backed by Goldman Sachs, but it crashed and went bankrupt because the gamers themselves who weren't cheating became enraged basically that these other people were doing, they put so much pressure on the gaming companies.
    They put so much pressure on the video game companies, that they decided to basically ban gold-farming, which killed Bannon's business, but it awakened him to the power of what he called "rootless white males" who spend all their time online. And five years later when Bannon wound up at Breitbart, he resolved to try and attract those people over to Breitbart because he thought they could be radicalized in a kind of populist, nationalist way. And the way that Bannon did that, the bridge between the angry abusive gamers and Breitbart and Pepe was Milo Yiannopoulous, who Bannon discovered and hired to be Breitbart's tech editor.

    From the time I met him in 2011, he's had exactly the same politics. The same stuff you heard from Trump, you saw on the campaign trail. What he was looking for was a vessel because nobody in Republican Washington believed in these kinds of ideas. The whole trend in the Republican party was toward liberalizing immigration laws, passing comprehensive immigration reform. He was against it.

    Joshua Green, author
    Devil's Bargain: Steve Bannon, Donald Trump, and the Storming of the Presidency

    #conciousness #mindfulness #fitness #wellness #healthymind #responsibility #equality #sustainability #climatechange #bethechange #bewell #profit #sense #safety #livewell #climateaction #success #freedom #liberty #equality #justice #democracy #future #womensmarch #timesup #metoo #notmeus #justice #b52
  • This was a serious business, it was actually backed by Goldman Sachs, but it crashed and went bankrupt because the gamers themselves who weren't cheating became enraged basically that these other people were doing, they put so much pressure on the gaming companies. 
They put so much pressure on the video game companies, that they decided to basically ban gold-farming, which killed Bannon's business, but it awakened him to the power of what he called "rootless white males" who spend all their time online. And five years later when Bannon wound up at Breitbart, he resolved to try and attract those people over to Breitbart because he thought they could be radicalized in a kind of populist, nationalist way. And the way that Bannon did that, the bridge between the angry abusive gamers and Breitbart and Pepe was Milo Yiannopoulous, who Bannon discovered and hired to be Breitbart's tech editor.

From the time I met him in 2011, he's had exactly the same politics. The same stuff you heard from Trump, you saw on the campaign trail. What he was looking for was a vessel because nobody in Republican Washington believed in these kinds of ideas. The whole trend in the Republican party was toward liberalizing immigration laws, passing comprehensive immigration reform. He was against it.

Joshua Green, author
Devil's Bargain: Steve Bannon, Donald Trump, and the Storming of the Presidency

#conciousness #mindfulness #fitness #wellness #healthymind #responsibility #equality #sustainability #climatechange #bethechange #bewell #profit #sense #safety #livewell #climateaction #success #freedom #liberty #equality #justice #democracy #future #womensmarch #timesup #metoo #notmeus #justice #b52
  •  12  0 10 December, 2018
  • Wylie said that Bannon's plans began to solidify in 2014, when Cambridge Analytica consulted various Republican campaigns and PACs ahead of the midterm elections. The company began to test and apply its psychographics by using Facebook data to model individuals' personality types in order to understand how to influence them.

    Documents show the John Bolton Super PAC, which promoted candidates supported by recently appointed White House national security adviser John Bolton, paid Cambridge Analytical $454,700 in 2014 for "behavioral microtargeting with psychographic messaging." Those services included strategies that broke individual voters into "clusters" based on what messages would resonate with them.

    Wylie also said the company used focus groups and messaging trials in 2014 to test some of the concepts that became core themes of the Trump campaign, such as "drain the swamp" and imagery of walls. "A lot of the narratives of the Trump campaign were what we were testing in 2014," Wylie said.

    He added that Bannon directly presided over much of the company's initial research. "Everything that we were doing ultimately had to be passed up to Bannon for approval," said Wylie, who left the company in late 2014.

    Wylie said Bannon would fly to London about once a month for company meetings, and during that time he came to understand Bannon's ideology. "He really liked the idea of using a military-style approach to changing people's perceptions," Wylie said.

    Curt Devine, Donie O'Sullivan & Drew Griffin
    CNN

    #conciousness #mindfulness #fitness #wellness #healthymind #responsibility #equality #sustainability #climatechange #bethechange #bewell #profit #sense #safety #livewell #climateaction #success #freedom #liberty #equality #justice #democracy #future #womensmarch #timesup #metoo #notmeus #justice #b52
  • Wylie said that Bannon's plans began to solidify in 2014, when Cambridge Analytica consulted various Republican campaigns and PACs ahead of the midterm elections. The company began to test and apply its psychographics by using Facebook data to model individuals' personality types in order to understand how to influence them.

Documents show the John Bolton Super PAC, which promoted candidates supported by recently appointed White House national security adviser John Bolton, paid Cambridge Analytical $454,700 in 2014 for "behavioral microtargeting with psychographic messaging." Those services included strategies that broke individual voters into "clusters" based on what messages would resonate with them.

Wylie also said the company used focus groups and messaging trials in 2014 to test some of the concepts that became core themes of the Trump campaign, such as "drain the swamp" and imagery of walls. "A lot of the narratives of the Trump campaign were what we were testing in 2014," Wylie said.

He added that Bannon directly presided over much of the company's initial research. "Everything that we were doing ultimately had to be passed up to Bannon for approval," said Wylie, who left the company in late 2014.

Wylie said Bannon would fly to London about once a month for company meetings, and during that time he came to understand Bannon's ideology. "He really liked the idea of using a military-style approach to changing people's perceptions," Wylie said.

Curt Devine, Donie O'Sullivan & Drew Griffin
CNN

#conciousness #mindfulness #fitness #wellness #healthymind #responsibility #equality #sustainability #climatechange #bethechange #bewell #profit #sense #safety #livewell #climateaction #success #freedom #liberty #equality #justice #democracy #future #womensmarch #timesup #metoo #notmeus #justice #b52
  •  8  0 10 December, 2018
  • JANGAN LUPA PERIKSA KONDISI BAN SEREP MOBIL YA SOB... Peran ban serep di kendaraan memang terlihat penting, gak penting. Ia baru diperlukan saat salah satu ban mengalami kerusakan sehingga fungsi roda tak lagi dapat diembannya. Untuk itu, tekanan angin ban serep perlu diisi hingga 44 psi dan diperiksa secara berkala. Tujuannya agar tekanan angin ban dapat bertahan lebih lama serta bisa ditempatkan di bagian depan atau belakang sesuai kebutuhan. Sebagai informasi, minimum tekanan angin ban tubeless adalah 26 psi, agar ban dapat terpasang sempurna ke pelek.

    #autochem #autochemindustry #prestoneindonesia #tire #safety #safetydriving
  • JANGAN LUPA PERIKSA KONDISI BAN SEREP MOBIL YA SOB... Peran ban serep di kendaraan memang terlihat penting, gak penting. Ia baru diperlukan saat salah satu ban mengalami kerusakan sehingga fungsi roda tak lagi dapat diembannya.  Untuk itu, tekanan angin ban serep perlu diisi hingga 44 psi dan diperiksa secara berkala. Tujuannya agar tekanan angin ban dapat bertahan lebih lama serta bisa ditempatkan di bagian depan atau belakang sesuai kebutuhan.  Sebagai informasi, minimum tekanan angin ban tubeless adalah 26 psi, agar ban dapat terpasang sempurna ke pelek.

#autochem #autochemindustry #prestoneindonesia #tire #safety #safetydriving
  •  3  0 10 December, 2018
  • In his first post-White House interviews, Steve Bannon, the rightwing ideologue who helped propel Donald Trump to the White House, made clear that he had no intention of going quietly. - I’ve got my hands back on my weapons, the former White House chief strategist, who returned as executive chairman of Breitbart News late Friday afternoon, told the Weekly Standard. - I built a f***ing machine at Breitbart. And now I’m about to go back, knowing what I know, and we’re about to rev that machine up. And rev it up we will do.

    Just hours after his departure from the Trump administration became public, Breitbart, whose traffic and advertising have fallen significantly since Trump’s election, trumpeted the return of their “populist hero” on its homepage. - The populist-nationalist movement got a lot stronger today, Breitbart editor-in-chief Alex Marlow said in the publication’s announcement post. - Breitbart gained an executive chairman with his finger on the pulse of the Trump agenda.

    The fall of Steve Bannon is a win for the globalists. But will it last?

    Also on Friday, the once-again head of Breitbart told Bloomberg News: - If there’s any confusion out there, let me clear it up: I’m leaving the White House and going to war for Trump against his opponents – on Capitol Hill, in the media, and in corporate America.

    The 63-year-old also retains the backing of hedge-fund billionaire Robert Mercer. The pair met on Wednesday to plot their future plans, Bloomberg reported.

    Julia Carrie Wong
    The Guardian

    #conciousness #mindfulness #fitness #wellness #healthymind #responsibility #equality #sustainability #climatechange #bethechange #bewell #profit #sense #safety #livewell #climateaction #success #freedom #liberty #equality #justice #democracy #future #womensmarch #timesup #metoo #notmeus #justice #b52
  • In his first post-White House interviews, Steve Bannon, the rightwing ideologue who helped propel Donald Trump to the White House, made clear that he had no intention of going quietly. - I’ve got my hands back on my weapons, the former White House chief strategist, who returned as executive chairman of Breitbart News late Friday afternoon, told the Weekly Standard. - I built a f***ing machine at Breitbart. And now I’m about to go back, knowing what I know, and we’re about to rev that machine up. And rev it up we will do.

Just hours after his departure from the Trump administration became public, Breitbart, whose traffic and advertising have fallen significantly since Trump’s election, trumpeted the return of their “populist hero” on its homepage. - The populist-nationalist movement got a lot stronger today, Breitbart editor-in-chief Alex Marlow said in the publication’s announcement post. - Breitbart gained an executive chairman with his finger on the pulse of the Trump agenda.

The fall of Steve Bannon is a win for the globalists. But will it last?

Also on Friday, the once-again head of Breitbart told Bloomberg News: - If there’s any confusion out there, let me clear it up: I’m leaving the White House and going to war for Trump against his opponents – on Capitol Hill, in the media, and in corporate America.

The 63-year-old also retains the backing of hedge-fund billionaire Robert Mercer. The pair met on Wednesday to plot their future plans, Bloomberg reported.

Julia Carrie Wong
The Guardian

#conciousness #mindfulness #fitness #wellness #healthymind #responsibility #equality #sustainability #climatechange #bethechange #bewell #profit #sense #safety #livewell #climateaction #success #freedom #liberty #equality #justice #democracy #future #womensmarch #timesup #metoo #notmeus #justice #b52
  •  8  1 10 December, 2018
  • My friends Birthday party😆
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  •  2  2 10 December, 2018
  • “Huawei has deep ties to the Chinese government. Berlin might let it build the country’s next generation of communication infrastructure anyway.

    Last week, New Zealand decided to exclude the Chinese technology company Huawei from providing equipment to operate its 5G high-speed mobile network due to “significant national security risks.” The country follows Australia and the United States, which have also excluded Chinese companies from supplying 5G infrastructure.
    In Germany, meanwhile, security has so far hardly played any role in the debate over the fifth generation of cellular technology. In the terms of reference published last week by the German Federal Network Agency for its 5G auction, security was not even included in the conditions for awarding the contract. In October, the government announced: “A concrete legal basis for the complete or partial exclusion of particular suppliers of 5G infrastructure in Germany does not exist and is not planned.”
    That is dangerously misguided. As Australia’s intelligence chief has pointed out: “5G is not just fast data, it is also high-density connection of devices—human to human, human to machine and machine to machine.” 5G will carry communications we “rely on every day, from our health systems … to self-driving cars and through to the operation of our power and water supply.” 5G will be the backbone of our industries and societies. “Critical infrastructure” hardly gets more critical. And the security risks are accordingly high. Wherever Chinese technology companies supply 5G infrastructure, they will have access to huge volumes of sensitive data and industrial secrets—and there’s reason to think they would eventually be forced to spy on behalf of Beijing. The Chinese government could also use these companies to disrupt other countries’ infrastructure in a future conflict.”
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  • “Huawei has deep ties to the Chinese government. Berlin might let it build the country’s next generation of communication infrastructure anyway.

Last week, New Zealand decided to exclude the Chinese technology company Huawei from providing equipment to operate its 5G high-speed mobile network due to “significant national security risks.” The country follows Australia and the United States, which have also excluded Chinese companies from supplying 5G infrastructure.
In Germany, meanwhile, security has so far hardly played any role in the debate over the fifth generation of cellular technology. In the terms of reference published last week by the German Federal Network Agency for its 5G auction, security was not even included in the conditions for awarding the contract. In October, the government announced: “A concrete legal basis for the complete or partial exclusion of particular suppliers of 5G infrastructure in Germany does not exist and is not planned.”
That is dangerously misguided. As Australia’s intelligence chief has pointed out: “5G is not just fast data, it is also high-density connection of devices—human to human, human to machine and machine to machine.” 5G will carry communications we “rely on every day, from our health systems … to self-driving cars and through to the operation of our power and water supply.” 5G will be the backbone of our industries and societies. “Critical infrastructure” hardly gets more critical. And the security risks are accordingly high. Wherever Chinese technology companies supply 5G infrastructure, they will have access to huge volumes of sensitive data and industrial secrets—and there’s reason to think they would eventually be forced to spy on behalf of Beijing. The Chinese government could also use these companies to disrupt other countries’ infrastructure in a future conflict.”
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  •  7  1 10 December, 2018