The New Silk Road/Belt Road Initiative is being led by Israel via China | In 1581, German Protestant pastor, theologist and cartographer Heinrich Bunting depicted the world that he thought mattered as being a cloverleaf comprised of Europe, Asia and Africa converging in Jerusalem, with the rest of the world being irrelevant. Israeli-American political scientist, JINSA member, and LEKEM handler of Jonathan Pollard Yossef Bodansky recently wrote that Bunting’s map is likely the best depiction of the unfolding global geopolitical architecture, which is the merging of the greater Middle East and the greater framework of a Mackinderian shift to a multipolar world order.

Israel is making a strong attempt at this cloverleaf world centered on Jerusalem via China’s Belt Road Initiative. Israel is marrying their global high tech dominance with China’s high production capacity, which has evolved from strong historical ties symbolized by the old Silk Road. Today, it’s what Israel calls the “innovation highway,” or more accurately, the innovation highway to smart city gulag

In Jerusalem, the United Nations (a truly United Nations) will build a Shrine of the Prophets to serve the federated union of all continents; this will be the seat of the Supreme Court of Mankind to settle all controversies among the federated continents, as prophesied by Isaiah.” – First Israeli Prime Minister, David Ben-Gurion, Look Magazine 1962

This video excerpt is from an Israeli named Shlomo Gordon, who recently interviewed Oded Yinon, the author of the infamous 1982 paper “A Strategy for Israel in the Nineteen Eighties,” which he presciently predicted what is currently playing out in the Middle East and North Africa via the current iteration of what Jewish American patriot Jack Bernstein dubbed the New York/Moscow/Tel Aviv triangle.

Just as Israel’s Jewish founders targeted their fellow Jews to settle Palestine, this Aliyah to Israel of American Jews will be manufactured by the NY/Moscow/Tel Aviv triangle at the expense of everyday Americans, and American Jews. I believe this will unfortunately happen sooner than what Yinon predicts.

Sanhedrin Asks Putin and Trump to Build Third Temple in Jerusalem | The Nascent Sanhedrin is calling on Russian President Vladmir Putin and US president-elect Donald Trump to join forces and fulfill their Biblically-mandated roles by rebuilding the Jewish Temple in Jerusalem.

Kingdom of Israel: Extremist Rabbis Dream of Jewish Monarchy, With a Special Role for non-Jews | After explaining when it is allowed to kill non-Jews in widely vilified ‘Torat Hamelech,’ rabbis Shapira and Elitzur are downplaying their second volume. They call it a theoretical work, but liberal rabbis fear it may serve as a call to arms.

The Fourth Industrial Revolution and the Global Brain | Israel dominates in all high technology categories

1991: The racist Chabad Lubavitcher Rebbe, Rabbi Menachem Mendel Schneerson, tells Benjamin Netanyahu to do something to speed up the coming of the Jewish Messiah

The Secret Jewish History Of ‘2001: A Space Odyssey’ | It was then that he grew his distinctive beard as if obeying Leviticus 19:27: “Ye shall not round the corners of your heads, neither shalt thou mar the corners of thy beard.” Arthur C. Clarke, who co-wrote the screenplay, said Kubrick had “the aura of a Talmudic scholar” and the look of “a slightly cynical rabbi.”

In designing the movie’s supercomputer, HAL, Kubrick consulted the modern descendants of kabbalists. Artificial intelligence expert Marvin Minsky (one hears an echo of his name hibernating Discovery crew member Dr. Kaminsky) claimed he was descended from Rabbi Judah Loew (1525–1609), the Maharal of Prague, the famous Kabbalist who created a golem. HAL was indeed a golem. Statistician and mathematical genius Irving John “Jack” Good not only helped to crack the German Enigma codes during WW2, but his father, Moshe Oved, was also a Kabbalist.


Deus ex machina: former Google engineer is developing an AI god | Way of the Future, a religious group founded by Anthony Levandowski, wants to create a deity based on artificial intelligence – The Guardian 2017

Will You Worship the AI God?

Human 2.0

Technology in Third Temple/Messianic Times -How will it be used? – The Tamar Yonah Show

Rabbi Mark Goldfeder, a senior lecturer at Emory University School of Law, speculated that artificial intelligence would, in fact, play a more positive role in the [Jewish] Messiah.

Some people have proposed an apocalyptic vision of AI in which Man and machine merge in the End of Days, suggesting that this would be tchiyat hametim (resurrection of the dead),” he told Breaking Israel News.

He also described efforts to upload the entirety of an individual’s knowledge to a computer.

“Some scientists think they are on the path to achieving this and in some form replicating or even recreating the consciousness of individuals,” Rabbi Goldfeder said. “This is not the traditional understanding of tchiyat hametim and not one that I ascribe to, but that being the case, I can’t imagine why it would be problematic as something else entirely if it is done with proper consent.”

The rabbi suggested that at some point in the future theologians will have to determine whether AI should be considered sentient and human.

“The line between Man and machine in the Torah is not as clear as what we would like to think it is,” the rabbi said.

Although AI poses many ethical and theological questions, Rabbi Goldfeder thinks that not only is this a good thing but that the development of technology was in fact intended by God to be part of Man’s role in being a partner with God in Creation. …

Rabbi Goldfeder believes AI will continue to be important even after the arrival of the Messiah.

“People tend to think of y’mot ha’moshiach (Messianic era) as going back to Biblical times,” Rabbi Goldfeder told Breaking Israel News. “I assume the Third Temple will make absolute use of every technology we have available.” – Breaking Israel News 2018

[Rabbi] Goldfeder, a fellow at Emory University’s Center for the Study of Law and Religion, is working on a book on robots in the law tentatively titled “Almost Human.” An Orthodox rabbi, Goldfeder spoke via online chat with JTA about whether robots could some day be welcomed as members of the Jewish community and what the Jewish tradition has to say about this issue.

JTA: What got you so interested in the topic of robots in Jewish law?

Goldfeder: It was a natural evolution from apes actually. I started off looking at the line between humans and non-humans in Jewish law, and realized that the demarcation was not as clear cut in ancient times as appears to be now.

Throughout the discussions in rabbinic literature we find creatures like Bigfoot, mermaids, centaurs, etc., and yes the golem, who in many ways resembles a robot.

Once you assume it may not be a strictly speciesist argument, the move from great apes to robots is quite understandable — given, of course, the caveat the robots may not be technically alive in the classical sense. – Jewish Telegraph Agency 2014

How is AI Impacting Society? Rabbinic Artificial Intelligence? Babylonian Talmud; Sanhedrin 65b

אמר רבא אי בעו צדיקי ברו עלמא שנאמר כי עונותיכם היו מבדילים וגו’

Rava says: If the righteous wish to do so, they can create a world, as it is stated: “But your iniquities have separated between you and your God.” In other words, there is no distinction between God and a righteous person who has no sins, and just as God created the world, so can the righteous.

רבא ברא גברא שדריה לקמיה דר’ זירא הוה קא משתעי בהדיה ולא הוה קא מהדר ליה אמר ליה מן חבריא את הדר לעפריך

Indeed, Rava created a man, a golem, using forces of sanctity. Rava sent his creation before Rabbi Zeira. Rabbi Zeira would speak to him but he would not reply. Rabbi Zeira said to him: You were created by one of the members of the group, one of the Sages. Return to your dust. – Yeshiva University: NEXUS

Is rise of AI a threat to humanity? Experts think ‘superhumans’ might be the answer | One expert says human brains should be linked with artificial intelligence to protect the humanity against the rise of AI.

Ipswich-based “futurist” Ian Pearson told CNBC on Tuesday that AI could evolve to become “billions of times smarter” than that of humans. To keep up with it, humans would need to merge with AI.

While speaking on a panel hosted by CNBC at the World Government Summit in Dubai, he said that the way to protect the humanity against the rise of the machines was by linking their brains with AI so that they have the same IQ.

However, he added: “I don’t actually think it’s safe, just like Elon Musk… to develop these superhuman computers until we have a direct link to the human brain… and then don’t get way ahead.” …

Sebastian Thrun, co-founder of Google’s secretive X laboratory, shared with CNBC a similar thought. While speaking at the summit, Thrun said on Monday that in future, humans and AI would merge and turn into “superhuman workers. …

Their comments echo the idea of ex-Uber and Google engineer Anthony Levandowski [Jewish], who has formed the first church to follow AI. The religion is known as the Way of the Future (WOTF) that claims humans can better themselves if they follow the instructions of AI, a Daily Mail report said.

The website of Way of the Future explains: “WOTF is about creating a peaceful and respectful transition of who is in charge of the planet from people to people + ‘machines’. Given that technology will ‘relatively soon’ be able to surpass human abilities, we want to help educate people about this exciting future and prepare a smooth transition.” – International Business Times 2018

Silicon Valley [Gay Jewish] billionaire, 32, pays $10,000 to be KILLED so the contents of his brain can be digitally uploaded and preserved forever

  • Tech billionaire Sam Altman paid $10,000 to be put on Nectome’s waiting list
  • The 32-year-old founder wants to upload his brain to the internet and live forever
  • Nectome’s process is ‘100 percent fatal’ and similar to physician-assisted suicide
  • The process is only legal in five states

– Daily Mail 2018

Scientists Just Invented the Neural Lace | In the Culture novels by Iain M. Banks, futuristic post-humans install devices on their brains called a “neural lace.” A mesh that grows with your brain, it’s essentially a wireless brain-computer interface. But it’s also a way to program your neurons to release certain chemicals with a thought. And now, there’s a neural lace prototype in real life. – Gizmodo 2015

Aadhaar [India]: Everything you need to know about it | You need it to avail subsidies, to get a gas connection, invest in financial instruments, and even to file an income tax return.

So, what exactly is Aadhaar? It is a 12-digit unique number issued by the Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI) by taking a person’s biometric details such as iris scan and fingerprints, and demographic information like date of birth and address.

Aadhaar is the world’s largest biometric ID system, with over 1.19 billion enrolled members as of 30 November 2017,[3] representing over 99% of Indians .[4] World Bank Chief Economist Paul Romer described Aadhaar as “the most sophisticated ID programme in the world”.[5] Considered a proof of residence and not a proof of citizenship, Aadhaar does not itself grant any rights to domicile in India.[6]In June 2017 the Home Ministry clarified that Aadhaar is not a valid identification document for Indians travelling to Nepal and Bhutan.[7] Aadhaar has been compared to the Social Security number of the United States, although Aadhaar has more uses and fewer safeguards.[8]

“The official refused to elaborate whether India had safeguards in place to share Aadhaar-based data with Israel“| Israel seeks ‘big data’ from India, signs 4 agreements – The Hindu 2018

Israel and the unexpected new world order | Geographically, Israel is just off-center. Why then is it treated with such respect, especially by the likes of Russia and China? | “Most importantly, Israel is positioned to guard the world’s Internet. Everything today is traded, controlled and administered online. And Israel is emerging as the world’s number one guardian of the worldwide web. That means, regardless of being a few miles offtrack from China’s Land and Maritime Roads, it is positioned to be the center of both belts.

Economists worry that China’s ambition could trigger a global economic collapse; a currency collapse, specifically. Maybe BRICS and One Belt One Road don’t care. A global currency collapse might be seen as a way to wipe the slate clean of nation-based currencies, especially the US dollar, and establish an international one: like Bitcoin, perhaps.

If Bitcoin is the model for a new Internet-based global currency, Israel is likely to be its guardian too, protecting that currency from hackers around the world.

As chief of security for the world’s information and currency, and with energy independence, Israel stands to gain substantial wealth.” – Jerusalem Post 2017

India’s dream of going cashless is just that…a dream | While the jury is still out on demonetisation’s overall efficacy, the government has stressed on the boost to digital transactions. But now even the growth in electronic payments is declining and back to the pre-currency ban levels. “The only long-term gain (of demonetisation) is probably the less use of cash. However, this push towards digitisation could have been done in a less dramatic and painful way,” Jayati Ghosh, professor at New Delhi’s Jawaharlal Nehru University, told Quartz in September. “Incentivising the customers to use plastic or digital money would have been more effective.” – Quartz 2017

Alibaba steers the Philippines towards a cashless revolution | Alibaba has shaped the digital economy in China. Its finance arm, Ant Financial, leads the digital payment trend. It now sets its sights on the Philippines to usher in a new cashless society. – ASEAN Today 2018

Cashless society? Apple boss Tim Cook wants to see the end of money before he dies – City A.M. 2018

Rise of the digital piggy bank as children as young as three join the cashless society with budgeting apps – The Telegraph 2018

Richard Branson: Universal basic income is coming | Richard Branson believes government should give everyone a paycheck, whether they have a job or not.

“I think that’s really important,” he told CNN’s Christine Romans in an interview. “It will come about one day.”

The concept is called universal basic income. It guarantees every person a minimum income regardless of age, wealth, job status, hometown or family size. Some countries are already experimenting with it.

Branson is one of many business leaders who have voiced support.

During a commencement address at Harvard last year, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg said, “We should explore ideas like universal basic income to make sure that everyone has a cushion to try new ideas.”

For Branson, guaranteed basic income is a way to protect people who may one day lose their jobs to artificial intelligence.

His sentiments echo those of SpaceX and Tesla CEO Elon Musk, who told CNBC last year that a universal basic income could be an outcome of automation.

Proponents of the plan say the aim is to give workers greater financial security as concerns rise about machines taking away jobs, in addition to alleviating income inequality. …

Branson recommended that cities start experimenting with a universal basic income. – CNN 2018

The coming universal basic income will eventually be based on your citizen score.

Big data meets Big Brother as China moves to rate its citizens | The Chinese government plans to launch its Social Credit System in 2020. The aim? To judge the trustworthiness – or otherwise – of its 1.3 billion residents – WIRED UK 2017

Big data meets Big Brother as China moves to rate its citizens | The Chinese government plans to launch its Social Credit System in 2020. The aim? To judge the trustworthiness – or otherwise – of its 1.3 billion residents – WIRED UK 2017

China Plans To Roll Out Social Credit System By 2020