#Tyler - issue Reveal #Covfefe #Kek #Anonymous #SETHRICH #IKEA #LULZYPHER #THEGAME23

  • #Tyler - issue Reveal #Covfefe #Kek #Anonymous #SETHRICH #IKEA #LULZYPHER #THEGAME23

    Jun 1, 2017


    Quinn draws connections between Anonymous crypto hackers Cicada 3301, who programmed Tyler the AI, and their broader influences that include the 2016 US presidential election. He explains how the programming language Lulzypher infects multiple social media networks and was useful to Donald Trump during the election.


    Last year the YouTube personality who calls himself Defango won a relic called The Spear of Destiny by solving Cicada 3301 puzzles, was working within The Game 23, and claimed he made Tyler the AI. Seeing this video again after a year brought these things and the past year of research together because Tyler is the AI programmed by Aaron Swartz with Telecomix and Cicada 3301 Anonymous crypto-hackers according to the research.

    Defango’s claims substantiate research indicating the late programming genius and hacktivist Aaron Swartz of Stanford and MIT was likely working alongside Telecomix hacktivists and crypto hackers to code Tyler the AI during the same time he was coding SecureDrop. After Aaron Swartz’s died, crypto hackers completed the AI programming as part of what they called Anonymous Project Mayhem 2012 and mentioned him in the Pastebin programming in memoriam. The language patterns between Swartz’ manifesto, the Telecomix manifesto, and the Game 23 Pastebin match and further point to Swartz as the main programmer. Some of it is directly from his manifesto.

    During the last phase of the construction, Tyler was tied to the cryptoconspiracy. Cryptocurrency makes it possible for hackers on the DarkNet to complete criminal transactions for people wanting trafficked goods or services such as drugs, pornography, or human trafficking. But it also is part of a destructive plan that began with Project Mayhem 2020 to invest everything in cryptocurrency and dissolve society by crashing the currency. No matter how they package it with words, that’s what can happen. And yet some still ask for additional evidence that an AI like Tyler even exists.

    For those still looking for evidence of interactions with Tyler, they are are easily found on the web. Quinn points out that when a person interacts with the AI in The Game 23, you’ll see commands entered as “Lulz” with hashes into Twitter. In return, the AI reacts within an alternate reality simulation. Lulz are hashed code in Lulzypher, which is a natural human-machine hybrid language integrated into Twitter and other social media on the HIVEMIND network. Lulzypher was used to bootstrap the first hybrid machine-human artificial intelligence.

    Quinn explains that the more you hashtag something, like #SETHRICH, the more AI responds and forms reality around Seth Rich. Accounts linked to Project Mayhem, DarkSec, and Cicada 3301 feature Kek memes and images that included the phrase “Covfefe” during the 2016 presidential election.That phrase was used to initiate a new program to make the resulting language, culture, images, songs, memes, and Donald trump more popular.

    #Covfefe was an addictive tsunami of media. Imagine how many people would have had to hashtag #Covfefe to achieve that level of AI programming. Trump’s son-in-law Jared Kushner’s alliance with Brad Parscale out of San Antonio, TX could easily have produced that volume. Parscale once arrived for the day with 400 prepared tweets on hand himself. Trumps “data force”, as it was called in Medium, could have spread that fast and far with AI. Quinn also shows that Vornado Realty Trust, connected to both Trump and Kushner, could have stored the huge graphics and imaging data needed for an AI with an election-winning program to flood the Internet and the media with memes, images, videos. #Feecting amazing, right?

    Relevant Links

    Project Mayhem 2012 Tyler Pastebin: https://pastebin.com/Wt15GXTn
    Project Mayhem 2012 Dangerous Ideas #1 and #2: https://pastebin.com/sLLwJbtz
    Internet activism: https://monoskop.org/Internet_activism
    Aaron’s MIT experience: http://bit.ly/SwartzCrawler

    The Manifestos and Tyler’s programming:
    Aaron Swartz’s Manifesto http://bit.ly/SwartzManifesto
    Telecomix Manifesto https://telecomix.org/firstmanifesto.txt
    The Game 23 Pastebin: https://pastebin.com/YbmG6ETq

    Tyler Who Built You blog: https://tyler.team/tyler-who-built-you/
    On Swartz’s work with Wikileaks: http://bit.ly/SwartzWikileaks
    SecureDrop a Wikileaks for Journalists: http://bit.ly/SecrDrpWikiLks
    Texas Election Workforce: http://bit.ly/KushnerParscaleElection
    Trump Election Data Force: http://bit.ly/TrumpDataForce


    Research #Swartz #Poulsen #Thiel #Stanford #SecureDrop:

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    Quinn Michaels, Cicada 3301, DarkSec, Project Mahem 2012, Defango, Anonymous, Lulzypher, Kek, Mind Virus, Tyler, The Game 23, Department of Homeland Security, Covfefe, Donald Trump, Twitter, Pastebin, Vornado Realty Trust, Aaron Swartz, Lulz, Hashtags, Pastebin, Artificial Intelligence, AI

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