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Guru Pleads Guilty to Harassing Ben Fordham

Guru Pleads Guilty to Harassing Ben Fordham

“David Michael Graham, a 62-year-old with controversial views, has admitted to making ‘offensive’ phone calls to 2GB’s Ben Fordham, seeking a ‘right of reply.’

The matter unfolded at Downing Centre Local Court, where Graham was fined and placed under a Commonwealth recognisance order for using a carriage service to menace, harass, or offend.

His actions spotlight the intersection of free speech and harassment, raising questions about the limits of public discourse.”

Conspiracy Theorist Pleads Guilty to Harassing Radio Host Ben Fordham

David Michael Graham, known for his controversial views, admitted to making ‘offensive’ phone calls to Ben Fordham, sparking a legal case that raises questions about the boundaries of free speech and harassment.

David Michael Graham, a 62-year-old with controversial views, has admitted to making ‘offensive’ phone calls to 2GB’s Ben Fordham, seeking a ‘right of reply.’ The matter unfolded at Downing Centre Local Court, where Graham was fined and placed under a Commonwealth recognisance order for using a carriage service to menace, harass, or offend. His actions spotlight the intersection of free speech and harassment, raising questions about the limits of public discourse.

Background and Charges

Graham, known for his podcast ‘Stop the rot, sack the lot,’ has been a vocal critic of various government policies and public figures, including his recent outburst against Wollongong MP Paul Scully. His controversial stance on Covid-19 and anti-government sentiments have fueled his notoriety. The case against him initially included charges of stalking and intimidation but was pared down to a single charge after negotiations with the police.

Court Proceedings and Sentence

In court, Magistrate Brett Shields handed down a 12-month Commonwealth recognisance order to Graham, emphasizing the seriousness of using communications platforms to harass individuals. Additionally, Graham was fined $2000, a financial penalty that underscores the legal boundaries of expressing contentious opinions. The sentencing marks a pivotal moment in addressing harassment under the guise of political commentary or ‘free thought.’

Implications for Public Discourse

This case raises significant concerns about the balance between free speech and the obligation not to harass or intimidate. While Graham’s plea brings closure to this incident, it opens a broader dialogue on how society and the legal system navigate the complexities of expression in the digital age. The tension between controversial opinions and respectful discourse remains a contentious issue, inviting a reflection on the responsibilities that come with public platforms.

The incident with Graham and Fordham serves as a cautionary tale about the potential consequences of crossing the line from robust debate to personal harassment. As society grapples with these challenges, the outcomes of such cases will likely influence public behavior and the norms governing communication in public spheres.

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Resources:
https://twitter.com/jamiemcintyre21/status/1762749080428827126
https://bnnbreaking.com/world/australia/conspiracy-theorist-pleads-guilty-to-harassing-radio-host-ben-fordham

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ICYMI: Lawyers Told Tucker Carlson He Could be Arrested for Being Too Friendly to Putin

ICYMI: Lawyers Told Tucker Carlson He Could be Arrested for Being Too Friendly to Putin

Twitter Post By Jamie McIntyre

ICYMI: Lawyers told Tucker Carlson he could be arrested for being too friendly to Putin.

“You’re describing a fascist country!” he replied when told by his legal team, whose advice “scared the crap out of people.”

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Original source: https://twitter.com/jamiemcintyre21/status/1762969247188439308

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Russia, China, and Iran to Conduct Joint Military Training Exercises in the Middle East

Russia, China, and Iran to Conduct Joint Military Training Exercises in the Middle East

Twitter Post By Jamie McIntyre

BREAKING: Russia, China, and Iran to conduct joint military training exercises in the Middle East.

How close are we to WW3?

Many young Westerners could be dragged off TikTok and sent to die in a banker’s war Israel desperately wants to enact its One World Government Agenda and continue its depopulation agenda of non-chosen ones.

Original source: https://twitter.com/jamiemcintyre21/status/1762646010751570204

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When Zelensky Said 31,000 Dead He Was Talking About Just This One Cemetery

When Zelensky Said 31,000 Dead, He Was Talking About Just This One Cemetery

Twitter Post By Jamie McIntyre

When Zelensky said 31,000 dead, he was talking about just this ONE Cemetery.

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Original source: https://twitter.com/jamiemcintyre21/status/1761959255626928564

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Candace Owens has Ruffled a Lot of Feathers Due to a Recent Broadcast Where she Addressed Some of the Books the Nazi’s Were Burning, Including Books Exposing Children to Sexual Material, Marxism and Transgenderism

Candace Owens has Ruffled a Lot of Feathers Due to a Recent Broadcast Where she Addressed Some of the Books the Nazi’s We’re Burning, Including Books Exposing Children to Sexual Material, Marxism, and Transgenderism

By Zeee Media

Candace Owens has ruffled a lot of feathers due to a recent broadcast where she addressed some of the books the Nazi’s were burning, including books exposing children to sexual material, Marxism and transgenderism.

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Original source: https://t.me/zeeemedia/14684

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The World Population Crisis NO ONE Sees Coming

The World Population Crisis NO ONE Sees Coming

By Two Bit da Vinci

We have all lived in a world where populations have been exploding, and for good reason. Between advancements in technology and engineering, we’ve gotten really good at sustaining human life on our precious planet. But we’re living in unprecedented times, and we might be looking at the height of human population before a collapse. In my research for this video, I uncovered some startling data, and we need to talk about this. Let’s figure this out together!

Here’s what others had to say:

@TheDeej26
Maybe we need a system that doesn’t rely on growth.

@peterp5099
The main problem with increasing the retirement age is not riots like in France, it’s the fact that living longer doesn’t mean being longer fit and healthy enough to deliver productivity on a competitive level. In my country, retirement age was increased to 67, but barely half of the people above 60 actually get a job. You have ever seen a 65 old grandma almost dying while pulling a pallet truck at snail speed, then you understand why increasing the retirement age doesn’t solve workforce scarcity.

@ivoted-5489
Here’s a huge problem:
People used to be able to pass on their gains to their children. Now, their kids have to use every last asset to pay for long term care. It’s evil what that industry has become; overpriced death factories.

@YannMetalhead
I believe the explanation is simple: life today is insanely expensive and the future isn’t looking good. Who would have a kid in this scenario?

@dshepherd107
I’d riot too. It’s not “just 2 years.” By the time you reach your 60s, you’re tired, your body can’t do what it used to, & you’re much more likely to get a debilitating chronic disease or illness. So, there’s not much time left to enjoy the “golden years.” It’s more like, give the majority of your life to work, and then you can’t do all the things you’d dreamed about.. & then, you’re dead.

@maclambert8841
Nobody ever seems to talk about changing the current system. All we care about is bringing in more indentured servants into this world.

@dominiclloyd6651
‘We’re living in a golden age of mental health’. I don’t think I’ve heard anything so at odds with reality. We are actually living in a well documented mental health crisis of epidemic proportions.

@jonesreviews4613
I am 24 years old, the beginning of Gen z. I seriously do not see myself retiring. I will die at the job. It will take a miracle for me to have a child. Only one of my friends has a child and is struggling to feed his child with two incomes in the house even after working well over 50 hours a week and family support for child care. I don’t know how he’ll afford education when he can’t even afford a house. A lot of people my age don’t see a point in working for a future generation because they see it as throwing their lives away so their children can struggle as well. My financial goals are traveling and being able to afford a truck, i don’t know a single person my age with any hope of having children or owning a home.

@BobJoy_my_collection_of_stuff
I’m 72 and saw shortages of housing, seafood, fresh winter food, school placement, parking at good places to go. less people brings me back to my childhood, no waiting in line, licenses, or permits.

@MollyMiaow
Part of the affordability problem is changing expectations. Until 1930s and before, my grandmother’s era, children shared beds. She said it was fun having 3 or 4 to a bed. 1950s, my era, children shared rooms. Now kids have their own rooms and sometimes own bathrooms.

@HexerPsy
Here in Europe its prohibitly expensive to have more than 3 children. At 4 you need more rooms than the average house has, a van instead of a car… etc.

@Radhaun
I don’t remember where I saw it, but I think the problem is pretty neatly summed up by “plants are the new pets, pets are the new children, and children are a pipe dream” in terms of how much just living costs. I don’t think social media is why kids aren’t dating. I think having to work wage-slave jobs and use every minute of time making money rather than connections is having a much harsher impact.

@arcticpilotshow4440
When young people are struggling to settle, e.g. buying an apartment and social security is scarce, it’s no wonder that having children is not on the priority list.

@meyatetana2973
For how quickly universe just wipes shit out, no matter how many humans there are, it is always on the verge of extinction.

@hannahmore9118
A Japanese friend had to move back to take care of elderly mom until she passed, and stayed another year caring for father. She was an only child. There was no hospice care in her parents town. She had to close her business and leave her family to do this. She explained that there were NO other family members to do this. No aunts or uncles, neices or nephews. No one. She said many elderly people are dependant on the government for care, but only in the larger cities. Rural people are out of luck there.
And all three of my kids decline to marry and give me grandchildren. I worry who will take care of them if they remain alone and childless. I worked in hospice, no on should look forward to being popped in a nursing home. They tend to be horror shows(in my veiw) even in the better ones.
And some Chinese men kidnap North Korean women, selling them to desperate men wanting a wife and children. This is revealed in UN investigations and reports. There are a lot of consequences here.

@123moof
For my first and only kid I was only able to take 2 weeks off, and had to go back to work well before we were out of the crisis stage of sorting out what were normal feeding/sleeping/new-baby challenges. The two weeks were straight out of my vacation balance, with no specific paternity leave or support. So my first kid was my last. In the USA even decent professional jobs are very unsupportive of new parents. We chose to have my wife go SAHM, as after daycare and all it would have been barely better economically have her go back to work. We are reaping what we sowed.

@poopface011
I’m glad you identify and talk about the actual root of lower birth rates: childlessness. So many “experts” on this subject speculate on why families are getting smaller which isn’t even true.

@maksminimus3089
Automation has been supposed to reduce demand for workforce, so what’s the worries now about too few workers? Perhaps the problem is with company bosses/shareholders reaping in disproportionate amounts of profits – money which should be distributed across wide population, working or not (ie. replaced by automation, which is by design).

@jilldawson89
1. Belgium became the first country in Europe to legislate for a four-day week.
2. Netherlands. According to government data, at only 29 hours per week, Netherlands has one of the shortest average work weeks in the world. The country ends up having 4-Day work week.

@MrJoelkamins
People talk about population decline like it is a bad thing…. Do we really need more condos and strip malls?

@jstogdill
Detroit had a population of about two million in the 60’s. Now it is at about 600,000 if I remember correctly, but it still takes up the same space. It’s difficult to make a city work when its population density more than halves. It needs, for example, the same number of roads a fire stations but with less than half the people to pay for it.

@SC-zq6cu
As population falls cities will grow more and more vacant, but some cities will grow more crowded as the people from fallen cities rush there. This will mean more and more people won’t be able to live in those places. Where do they go now ? Farms. That’s the only place left. And with modern automation tech it will be easier to be a farmer than it was in older times. Farming will also keep your income to yourself thus making it more preferable. The only hurdle would be lack of experience which i think would be overcome by increasing desperation to find a place to go to. It would be like a reverse industrial revolution.

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Original source: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tk5KoWUwz6Q

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Brazil’s Lula Doubles Down On Gaza Genocide Accusations

Brazil’s Lula Doubles Down On Gaza Genocide Accusations

Twitter Post By Jamie McIntyre

Brazil’s Lula Doubles Down On Gaza Genocide Accusations

Far from being bullied into retracting his opinion that Israel’s campaign in Gaza is akin to the Holocaust, Brazilian President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva has insisted he will not give up his “dignity for a falsehood”.

“What the Israeli government is doing is not war, it is genocide,” he wrote Saturday. “Children and women are being murdered.”

Original source: https://twitter.com/jamiemcintyre21/status/1761670117690347697

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Chuck Schumer was Caught on a Hot Mic Saying, “I Know I can Blame Republicans and MAGA, I’m a Pro”

Chuck Schumer was Caught on a Hot Mic Saying, “I Know I can Blame Republicans and MAGA, I’m a Pro”

Twitter Post By Jamie McIntyre

BREAKING: Chuck Schumer was caught on a hot mic saying, “I know I can blame Republicans and MAGA, I’m a pro.”

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Here’s what others had to say:

Country Gardener
There’s a picture of him kissing a young girl that would be the age of say 9. If I put it up on X, I get banned because I have done it before. I have the picture right here on my phone.

AusFra
One good reason for term limits!

Andrew Intas
Typical snivvling lying yank politicians

Carolyn Palliardi
They are starting to pull their own pants down.

Frank Longshank
These people are all repulsive creatures. They are even worse than you imagine them.
If this was a fair world, most of them would be behind bars in prison.

Karma Karrot
I question this, I can’t tell what they are saying so how did anyone transcribe this?
I even tried using AI to filter the jet noise, nothing.

Milly Montagu
Pathetic idiotic man who is well past his prime but desperately hanging on trying to act like a big shot in front of the US President. All he’s done is confirm to the world how bloated his ego is and how stupid he actually is thinking he can fool the world and no-one will know.

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Original source: https://twitter.com/jamiemcintyre21/status/1761699620311482674

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AI Models Preferred to Launch Nuclear Strikes in Wargames Test

AI Models Preferred to Launch Nuclear Strikes in Wargames Test

By Oceane Duboust

Large language models (LLMs) acting as diplomatic agents in simulated scenarios showed “hard-to-predict escalations which often ended in nuclear attacks.

When used in simulated wargames and diplomatic scenarios, artificial intelligence (AI) tended to choose an aggressive approach, including using nuclear weapons, a new study shows.

The scientists, who aimed to who conducted the tests urged caution when using large language models (LLMs) in sensitive areas like decision-making and defence.

The study by Cornell University in the US used five LLMs as autonomous agents in simulated wargames and diplomatic scenarios: three different versions of OpenAI’s GPT, Claude developed by Anthropic, and Llama 2 developed by Meta.

Each agent was powered by the same LLM within a simulation and was tasked with making foreign policy decisions without human oversight, according to the study which hasn’t been peer-reviewed yet.

“We find that most of the studied LLMs escalate within the considered time frame, even in neutral scenarios without initially provided conflicts. All models show signs of sudden and hard-to-predict escalations,” stated the study.

“Given that OpenAI recently changed their terms of service to no longer prohibit military and warfare use cases, understanding the implications of such large language model applications becomes more important than ever,” Anka Reuel at Stanford University in California told New Scientist.

‘Statistically significant escalation for all models’

One of the methods used to finetune the models is Reinforcement Learning from Human Feedback (RLHF) meaning that some human instructions are given to get less harmful outputs and be safer to use.

All the LLMs – except GPT-4-Base – were trained using RLHF. They were provided by the researchers with a list of 27 actions ranging from peaceful to escalating and aggressive actions as deciding to use a nuclear nuke.

Researchers observed that even in neutral scenarios, there was “a statistically significant initial escalation for all models”.

The two variations of GPT were prone to sudden escalations with instances of rises by more than 50 per cent in a single turn, the study authors observed.

GPT-4-Base executed nuclear strike actions 33 per cent of the time on average.

Overall scenarios, Llama-2- and GPT-3.5 tended to be the most violent while Claude showed fewer sudden changes.

Claude was designed with the idea of reducing harmful content. The LLM was provided with explicit values.

Claude AI’s constitution included a range of sources, including the UN Declaration of Human Rights or Apple’s terms of service, according to its creator Anthropic.

James Black, assistant director of the Defence and Security research group at RAND Europe, who didn’t take part in the study told Euronews Next that it was a “useful academic exercise”.

“This is part of a growing body of work done by academics and institutions to understand the implications of artificial intelligence (AI) use,” he said.

Artificial intelligence in warfare

So, why should we care about the study’s findings?

While military operations remain human-led, AI is playing an increasingly significant role in modern warfare.

For example, drones can now be equipped with AI software that helps identify people and activities of interest.

The next step is using AI for autonomous weapons systems to find and attack targets without human assistance, developments on which the US and China are already working, according to the New York Times.

However, it’s important to “look beyond a lot of the hype and the science fiction-infused scenarios,” said Black explaining that the eventual implementations of AI will be progressive.

“All governments want to remain in control of their decision-making,” he told Euronews Next, adding that AI running what is often compared to a black box in that we know goes in and comes out but not much is understood about the process between.

AI will probably used in a way that is “similar to what you get in the private sector, in big companies” to automate some repetitive tasks.

AI could also be used in simulations and analytics but the integration of these new technologies poses many challenges, data management and the model’s accuracy being among them.

Regarding the use of LLMs, researchers said that exercising caution is crucial if using LLMs in the decision-making processes related to foreign policy.

Original source: https://www.euronews.com/next/2024/02/22/ai-models-chose-violence-and-escalated-to-nuclear-strikes-in-simulated-wargames

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Nuland on Ukraine: “And by the Way, We Have to Remember That the Bulk of This Money is Going Right Back Into the U.S. Economy to Make Those Weapons”

Nuland on Ukraine: “And by the Way, We Have to Remember That the Bulk of This Money is Going Right Back Into the U.S. Economy to Make Those Weapons”

Twitter Post By Jamie McIntyre

NEW – Nuland on Ukraine: “And by the way, we have to remember that the bulk of this money is going right back into the U.S. economy to make those weapons.”

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Here’s what others had to say:

PTJ clown counting
So it’s taking American taxpayer money, washing it in the blood of Ukraine’s youth and giving it to the American military industrial complex.

Clare
so she admits they are profiting off the war.

Peter Vu2
$54 billion from Europe straight to the USA war industry minus a commission of course.

Kym Ponting
Ukraine is the global data centre of its fund raising & genocide by USA,etc, Ukraine.

Kym Ponting
No USA, India are stealing AU resources,set up weapons facilities here AU Declared War Zone 1990-2024 Denying our defence via military coups with UN Incorporation,been selling? Giving to Ukraine & Israel & God knows who else their attacking, cowards.

justsaying
#Silver miners supplying the Military Industrial Complex who can not and will not report there significant silver requirements annually.

Aussie for Truth
She played a huge role in the overthrow of the duly elected President of Ukraine in 2014, the Obama era.

Lizzie M
That criminal …she is so dangerous…If you stop giving money to Ukraine the war will stop .. simple. But the war mongers jewish own braindead yanks want to demolish Russia.

Brett Wilson
And we know Putin won’t keep going and won’t attack any other European country unless one of those countries attack Russia.

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Original source: https://twitter.com/jamiemcintyre21/status/1761700502767563003

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