Sunday, September 24, 2023

The bad news: gofraudme permitted someone to raise $10K on behalf of a black nazi terrorist "for security"; the good news: it's a hoax, as the fundraiser is a second black con artist claiming to raise the loot on the black nazi con artist's behalf

By N.S.

"gofundme nets nearly $10K for security for blm activist in wake of dove boycott

"the goundme was created by Erica Chapman, a Charlottesville, Virginia woman who claims she is Bryant’s cousin. she writes that Bryant has faced increasing threats since she announced she was..."

Zyahna Bryant is a black nazi who was leading a riot at uVA, and who terrorized White undergrad Morgan Bettinger.

By daily mail re-tread, Melissa Koenig.

headline written by lawyers: "Alan Williams’ bears resignation stemmed from ‘inappropriate’ conduct, not ‘criminal activity’"

By N.S.

"Alan Williams’ bears resignation stemmed from ‘inappropriate’ conduct, not ‘criminal activity’"

"espn's Adam Schefter also reported sunday that 'the bears'' hr department was involved in the decision' for Williams 'to step aside.'"

striking, pc chatgpt bots reach tentative deal with film and tv studios

By N.S.

"striking writers reach tentative deal with film and tv studios

"the writers guild of America reached a tentative deal sunday with film and tv studios that would end a nearly five-month strike and get hollywood rolling again."

The President Sits Down for an over One-Hour Interview with Megyn Kelly (video)

Re-posted by N.S.

“Former President Donald Trump on Biden’s Impeachment and Age, Fauci and COVID, & Melania and Barron”
premiered sep 14, 2023

“Megyn Kelly is joined by President Donald Trump to talk about the Biden impeachment inquiry, what we’re learning now about the potential for then-vp Biden [sic] corruption that Trump tried to bring up at the debate, whether Biden is too old to be president, birthright citizenship and the immigration crisis in America, why he didn’t fire dr. Fauci, how Biden and DeSantis handled covid, the success or failure of operation warp speed and covid vaccines, not getting enough credit for what [sic] did during the beginning of the pandemic, his stance on trans rights and how it’s evolved, his friendship with Caitlyn Jenner (and previously Bruce), trans in the military, whether he’d ban puberty blockers for kids, the details of his classified documents case and the presidential records act, why he didn’t turn over documents after the subpoena, Hillary Clinton and the double standard, if he’s angry about the prosecutions, the real story behind the “DeSanctimonious” Ron DeSantis nickname, why he values loyalty above so much else, how Melania and Barron are doing, the personality traits about Melania that the media doesn’t understand, why he’s running for president and facing jail time instead of enjoying retirement, the way this country can come together, that big debate moment between Trump and Megyn, and more. Plus, Megyn shares behind-the-scenes details about the interview. Then Victor Davis Hanson, author of The Dying Citizen, joins to react to the Trump interview, and discuss whether Trump should debate, if the Trump indictments will help or hurt his general election against Biden, and more.”

N.S.: Boy, talk about a run-on sentence!

Tucker Carlson interviews man who claims to have had sex with Barack Obama (video)

Re-posted by N.S.

Hunter Biden is suing the irs for violation of privacy; Jonathan Turley: He has no case (brief video)

By N.S.

criminals on the Yale faculty: email to Yale irb, legal counsel, provost, president and deans

----- Forwarded Message -----
From: Christopher Brunet from Karlstack <>
To: "" <>
Sent: Sunday, September 24, 2023 at 03:56:58 PM EDT
Subject: My email to Yale IRB, legal counsel, provost, president, and deans

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Subject: Urgent Inquiry: Ethical and Legal Concerns Regarding Yale's Handling of the EJMR Hack

Dear Yale IRB, legal counsel, provost, president, and deans,

I am sure you are already aware that 3 professors from your institution, Dr. Paul Goldsmith-Pinkham, Dr. Florian Ederer, and Dr. Kyle Jensen (all cc'd on this email) recently hacked the website "" and stole millions of IP addresses. For full context,I have written 8 articles about this hack (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8). The analogy I use to describe this hack is with a bike lock -- imagine you were walking down the street one day and saw a bike lock protecting a bike, and you tried out several quadrillion combinations on that bike lock using thousands of hours of compute time costing many thousands of dollars in University resources, until you eventually cracked it and rode away with the bike.

This hack is especially egregious because there's a reasonable expectation of privacy for users of the site because the ToS for this site stated that IPs were properly encrypted. So if there's a reasonable expectation of privacy, Yale is open to lawsuits. An ethical white-hacker should notify the site owner when they see a cybersecurity vulnerability, not exploit it to steal millions of IPs. These Yale hackers style themselves as "white hat hackers", but in reality they are grey-hat at the very least, and probably even black-hat. A black-hat hacker is a computer hacker who violates laws or typical ethical standards for nefarious purposes, such as cybercrime, cyberwarfare or malice. 

The owner of EJMR agrees that this is a hack, according to an interview he gave to one mainstream outlet. He used ChatGPT as a neutral arbiter of truth: Asked for comment, EJMR's owner sent an email saying, "you may wish to consider what a neutral actor (ChatGPT) thinks about the study." EJMR's email then includes a question to that artificial intelligence program: "Would reverse engineering partial hash codes of thousands of website users to get their IPs with brute force be considered hacking?" ChatGPT, according to the email, replied "Yes, that activity would certainly be considered hacking, and more specifically, it would be illegal and unethical."

Dr. Tyler Cowen, an economics professor at George Mason University, also agrees it was a hack. He wrote two blogposts (here and here) arguing as much. "So — and I do not say this lightly — I believe the authors of the paper under consideration are behaving unethically, and I hope they will retract their work and then destroy it." concludes Cowen.

The author's defence of this hack is, as per Goldsmith-Pinkham's tweet, by brute forcing the website, they were only using "math" so they didn't do anything wrong by exploiting it. Goldsmith-Pinkham says as much in a tweet: "There has been a lot of speculation about how we geolocated millions of EJMR posts. The truth is rather mundane—it's just public data and some math."

I would like to counter this "it's just innocent public data and math" argument by using an example of  the hacker group known as "Goatse Security" that exposed a flaw in AT&T security in 2010 using the exact same brute-force methodology, which allowed the e-mail addresses of millions iPad users to be revealed. The flaw was part of a publicly-accessible URL, which allowed the group to collect millions of e-mails.  The FBI opened an investigation into the incident in 2011 under the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act, and charged the hacker with one count of conspiracy to access a computer without authorization and one count of fraud.  The hacker was found guilty and  sentenced to 41 months in federal prison. Before his sentencing hearing, the Goatse hacker told reporters, "I'm going to jail for doing arithmetic". 

As such, I will be giving a 90-minute speech at Stanford University on October 26th about the hack, where I will issue a full-throated call for these 3 Yale professors to be arrested and criminally charged, just like the Goatse hacker was. 

I will also be calling for lawsuits to be brought against Yale directly. 

I am writing to you in advance to notify all parties of my call for charges and lawsuits, and to give you a chance to rebut it. Do you have a statement to offer? 

I still don't understand why the Yale IRB is doing nothing, and in fact it seems like Yale is happily promoting, supporting, and funding this hack.

I would be remiss if I did not also point out that Goldsmith-Pinkham has a penchant for hoarding blackmail data -- this is a trend with him. While working on this story,  I discovered that in addition to hacking EJMR, he also owns the "EconTwitter" mastodon server, which is where leftist economists fled upon Elon Musk buying Twitter. He pays to operate that server straight from his Yale research funds, which effectively makes any economist who uses Mastoton his research subject, thus opening up Yale's Institutional Review Board  to further legal liability. As part of owning that server, he owns the IP address of any economist who has ever posted there. So, he owns the EJMR IPs, and he owns the Mastodon IPs, and by linking them with like 2 simple lines of code, he can see who said what on EJMR, attached directly to their real name. He says that he will never link them, but I do not believe him, and nor should any rational economist who posted on Mastodon. All economists on Mastodon are now at risk.

I believe that notifying you of this hack is for your own best interest -- Yale is now open to significant legal liability, and it's worth pointing out that at least one person has publicly indicated that the doxxing threats resulting from the hack have already resulted in sufficient psychological distress to require medical attention. Matt Wimble, cc'd on this email, is an economist with a PhD from Michigan State University. I recently published a statement from Wimble on Substack, which I will re-print here for convenience:

"I'm Matt Wimble. I discussed suicide on EJMR. I was included in the study without my approval or knowledge. Florian Ederer, AEA, NBER, Yale IRB, Yale, and all signatories have refused to provide me the human subjects paperwork which I asked for weeks ago. This triggered an episode which landed me in the hospital and broke up my family. I am an Eagle Scout and a good guy. You people [on EJMR], in your weird way, helped me to recover from a tenure denial and subsequent suicide attempt. I count 5 violations of the Nuremberg Code in their "exempt" study. My PhD is from Michigan State. I stand up for suicidal people. Sue me. I live in north Brookline (next to Boston University, where Florian Ederer now works) and offered to meet Ederer to discuss the hack. He is a coward… I'm from Detroit. Not a coward. My email is I should be out of the hospital in a few days and needed the healing. Zero responses from the authors. I'm moving back to Michigan to be with family, hopefully save my 17 year marriage, and heal my 8yo daughter who has a tremor now. Douchebags. All of them. Excuse my language. I am from Detroit and pissed off. Nice use of my tax dollars, and I bet a few of the authors have national security clearances. This is bad."

Why did you not respond to Matt Wimble when he asked you for human subjects paperwork? Once alerted of non-compliance IRB protocol, I believe your institution is now obligated to investigate.

Question marks about whether this suicide attempt could easily have been avoided if the Yale IRB followed its own policies for responding to complaints. 

I know there are many people in Matt's position right now but they are too afraid to speak up.  

What if the doxxing pushes yet another mentally fragile person to attempt suicide? Is Yale okay with that? It's a serious question. 

In addition to mentally fragile people, I am also concerned about e.g. Chinese and Turkish dissidents who posted criticism of Xi Jinping and Recep Erdogan on EJMR. Many of them are worried they will now be arrested, or put to death, for what they wrote on EJMR, since Ederer, Goldsmith-Pinkham, and Jensen's methodology can easily be reverse-engineered (especially because Yale produced 3 YouTube videos explaining how to do it!) by these authoritarian regimes to identify and persecute dissidents. 

Again: If harm comes to someone else and it turns out that it could have been prevented by the IRB, Yale is open to further legal liability.

I look forward to your response. The most important question is: Why did you not respond to Matt Wimble when he asked you for human subjects paperwork? 


Christopher Brunet

Contributing Editor, The American Conservative

X: @realChrisBrunet





the truth about the ongoing swedish gang situation

----- Forwarded Message -----
From: PeterSweden <>
To: "" <>
Sent: Sunday, September 24, 2023 at 12:32:04 PM EDT
Subject: The TRUTH about the Swedish gang CRISIS.

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The TRUTH about the Swedish gang CRISIS.

Swedish police are now warning that they will never be able to stop the gangs.

Sep 24

Something really bad is happening in Sweden right now, and most of the mainstream media is refusing to report on it because it's not politically correct.

Everybody could see this coming. When I was warning about what was happening in Sweden many years ago, I was attacked by the left and the media. They called me a "conspiracy theorist".

Now reality is catching up.

Police chief Jale Poljarevius is warning that the situation in Sweden now is the most dangerous since 1945.

In other words, not since the second world war have we had such a dangerous situation in Sweden.

So far this year, there has been over 110 bombings. That's one bombing almost every other day.

We went from having the lowest number of shootings in Europe, to having the highest number of shootings in Europe.

Imagine that. Just 20 years ago, Sweden was one of the safest countries in Europe. Now we have the most number of deadly shootings, bombings and rapes in Europe.

Sweden has one of the highest number of reported rapes in the entire world. We have over 60 no-go zones, some of which police describe as "lawless areas".

But it's gotten worse - MUCH WORSE.

Over the last few weeks things have really escalated. In September alone we have had 18 shootings, resulting in 9 deaths.

Just a few weeks ago a 13 year old child was shot in the head and killed outside of Stockholm. The murder is said to be connected to a gang conflict.

Police in Sweden are saying that the gangs are now recruiting young people, often children, to commit heinous crimes and to assassinate people.

"They use their young age, because they know Sweden has a system that doesn't work with youths when it comes to serious crime. They can murder someone and get two or three years prison, maximum four. You don't get more." said police chief Jale Poljarevius.

A lot of the shootings and bombings lately are connected to a criminal gang called the "Foxtrot network", and is being run by a man called Rawa Majid who now has an international arrest warrant after fleeing from Sweden.


Things are so bad now, that some within the Swedish police are warning about the possibility of a societal systemic collapse because of the violence and crime from the gangs.

"Long term this can become a systemic threat if it is allowed to continue" said Charlotta Mauritzon at the National Operative Department at the Swedish police.

Ignored by the media.

The mainstream media is largely ignoring this massive crisis that is happening in Sweden now. So it's time to do a deep dive to find out the truth about what is happening in my country.

What I have found shows that Sweden is facing a serious problem with gang violence. It is really much worse than what people might think...

I've been doing some research into the gangs and what I found was shocking. It seems likely that they have infiltrated the Swedish court system. They are being protected!

Let's take a deep dive to find out who this person is and how his criminal gang operates. This is the truth about the Swedish gang crisis that you won't hear about on the mainstream media....



losing my election

By "W"
sunday, september 24, 2023 at 06:23:40 p.m. edt

Losing my Election

the michigan gop threw away the chance to win two senate elections by running this dusky conservative, who met his White wife at an evangelical church. they have at least two kiddies

---------- Forwarded message ---------
From: John James <>
Date: Sat, Sep 23, 2023 at 8:26 PM
Losing my Election

This was too tough for me to write
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This was too tough for me to write
Friend --

This was probably one of the toughest things I've ever had to do- without a doubt. 

In 2018 I ran for U.S. Senate. We left everything on the field during that campaign. But the Democrats threw the kitchen sink at me, and I had to concede the race. 

Losing my election was tough, but I knew there was still work to be done. I wasn't ready to quit. 

In 2020 I ran for the U.S. Senate again & was narrowly defeated in the general election by a margin of less than 2%. 

2018: John James concedes in race for U.S. Senate

2020: John James concedes in race for U.S. Senate

EVERYONE expected me to just walk away – the "experts" in the media said there was no way I could run & win again.

I was devastated, yes. But I was more determined than ever. In 2022– I answered the call to service once more.

I put my name on the ballot & went on to win a major swing seat by just 1,400 votes & humiliated Biden and the radical left. 

But now the Democrats have already raised a whopping $30 MILLION, and Biden just raked in $80 million more on top of that to deliver countless knockout blows with ads blitzing against us.  

That's why I'm humbly asking for your help:  Will you step up and chip in just a few bucks in the next hour to help us counter this disgusting barrage of attacks?

I'll just tell you: I've been an underdog my whole life, but I don't give up.

The Democrats & the media hacks are terrified of me – I'm a veteran, and black conservative that loves America. Their precious woke narrative doesn't stand a chance against me. So, they'll spend endless amounts of money to destroy me.

But now all signs are pointing toward this election being the closest in the nation & I'm coming to you with my hat in hand here:  Please, please help out:
God bless America,
John James 

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