Connecting The Dots: Turning Humans Into Computers

Dean Henderson is the author of five books: Big Oil & Their Bankers in the Persian Gulf: Four Horsemen, Eight Families & Their Global Intelligence, Narcotics & Terror NetworkThe Grateful Unrich: Revolution in 50 CountriesStickin’ it to the MatrixThe Federal Reserve Cartel & Illuminati Agenda 21: The Luciferian Plan to Destroy Creation.

6 responses to “Connecting The Dots: Turning Humans Into Computers

  1. Laura Marian

    So true what you both said Dean, it is hard to find someone whom you can interact with, share your knowledge and be on the same page. There has to be a connection between two persons. In my opinion there are few people whom you can talk and have a synchronicity in life.
    Awesome interview Dean, can’t wait for the next episode.

  2. andré ernst

    thx to both of you

  3. Steven Thompson

    I quit listening after the Israeli gentleman said ‘vat iz zis promise’ you talk about. With respect, forgive me please, but if one does not know the PROMIS story, in detail, one is missing a huge chunk of the picture. Data compression, encryption, data xmission via burst white-noise over AC power lines, disparate schema database collation with full-field fiction in 1982, all done by a homeboy and his VAX.
    Several years later we have the same capability in hardware as all those General Dynamics Sun SparcStations/CHS I/CHS 2 with the infamous ‘Elbit’ chips on the mobo.

  4. frances channon

    Hi Dean, I’ve been following your posts for years and I very rarely, if ever, comment but just want to say how much I appreciate what you do. I’ve particularly enjoyed these recent interviews and look forward to more of them. Cheers from the uk!

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