Vancouver, BC – Exclusive new video published to social media on April 4, 2019, offers a look at detecting future intelligence using a portable speech synthesizer. “Cyberpunk 101: The Series” is a collection of short films that decrypt comments from newsmakers of the past two decades to reveal future intelligence about the Iraq War, identity of the BTK Killer, the name of a Russian spy and a resurgent CIA operation. According to the series description “Cyberpunk 101”’s speech synthesis video magic will have viewers decrypting the matrix like an expert in less than five minutes.
The series contains four short live-action chapters where the first explores the inaugural address of U.S. President George W. Bush. Findings of the original granular analysis released January 25, 2001, exposed a “Mission of Baghdad” that anticipated the Iraq War that commenced March 19, 2003. The second in the series looks at a pre-trial jailhouse interview of BTK Killer Dennis Rader where granular analysis exposed demonic possession issues to which the then-confessed killer openly admitted less than one week after those findings were first aired.
The third chapter of “Cyberpunk 101” examines the statements of Russian spy Anna Chapman while she was operating undercover in New York. Granular analysis revealed the name of a youth accomplice in the “Illegals Program” spy ring who was named by the Wall Street Journal nine months later. Final chapter in the series follows then-U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry to Kiev in wake of Euromaidan’s 2014 Ukraine Revolution. Under granular analysis the secretary’s press conference remarks are shown to indicate a resurgent CIA Phoenix Program that was discussed in The Intercept three years after it was reported in a popular column for Examiner.com.
Repurposing off-the-shelf technologies for novel applications is a trope of science fiction’s cyberpunk ethos, invoking a recognizable symbol of the cultural movement that led to “The Matrix” movie franchise at the turn of this millennium. In this story’s example, Swedish manufacturer Teenage Engineering (makers of the PO-35) never marketed the device as a time machine useful for identifying Russian spies before their names are released by the mainstream press. But “Cyberpunk 101” shows viewers just how nerdtastic this application can be.
The Teenage Engineering Pocket Operator PO-35 Speak is a portable sampling speech synthesizer with nine discrete sound synthesis engines (including a drum machine) and a sequencer plus 15 different effects. The PO-35 can sample human speech then regenerate the characteristics of those sounds with controllable parameters including pitch, tempo, formant and time direction.
The PO-35 is reportedly based upon linear predictive coding (LPC), the same technique found in the Speak &Spell educational toy of the 1980s. LPC is said to represent the spectral envelope of a digital speech signal in compressed form based upon a linear predictive model where predictive modelling applies statistics to anticipate outcomes. According to one source, in 1974 LPC enabled packet speech communications over ARPANET, the data network that first implemented packet-switching and TCP/IP protocols that characterize the foundations of the modern internet. The same research is cited in foundations of Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) commonly used in present-day telephony.
The Pocket Operator’s palm-sized design suggests homage to German electronic music pioneers Kraftwerk who’s 1981 “Pocket Calculator” had a “special key” that “plays a little melody”. Stating “I’m the operator with my pocket calculator,” futuristic tunesmiths of the 1980s showed the world they had everything under control. (Warning: Animalistic nerd out shown in this video may be too intense for some viewers).
Hamburg-based Russian techno DJ Xenia Beliayeva’s new Instagram video for “Violet” features background images by NewsInsideOut.com reporter Jon Kelly. The videographer explains “In what I understood to be a highly symbolic gesture of good will an established figure in Europe’s electronic music scene reached out at a time when news organizations in North America faced an existential crisis over status of Special Counsel’s investigation into the Trump campaign’s collusion with Russia. Collaborating publicly with Xenia in this way affirms no Russophobia guided my decisions when I covered those events nor does it today.”
Vancouver, BC – Exclusive new video published to social media on February 13, 2019, explores seemingly indicting granular audio reflections from tapes of best-selling U.S. national intelligence author James Bamford’s interviews with confessed unregistered Russian foreign agent Maria Butina. Outtakes from these recordings were released earlier this week by CNN. On that same day an article published in The New Republic offered the sympathetic portrait of pro-gun rights Right to Bear Arms’ founder as an American University graduate swept up in the “Trump-Russia maelstrom”. However, none of these arguments explain the manner in which the new video shows Maria Butina appearing to cite an “enemy” in sleep talking–like encrypted narrative while describing her arrest by the FBI.
Russian activist Maria Butina was arrested by agents of the U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation in Washington, D.C., last summer where she was charged with acting as an agent of a foreign government absent prior notice to the U.S. Attorney General. Held in solitary confinement the Siberian native gave in December what Russia’s Foreign Ministry described as a false forced confession pleading guilty to conspiracy.
Author James Bamford’s 1982 book “The Puzzle Palace: Inside the National Security Agency, America’s Most Secret Intelligence Organization” exposed a 1976 Justice Department criminal investigation into massive illegal domestic NSA wiretapping, a nightmare that re-emerged into public consciousness during the George W. Bush administration’s surge in “Top Secret America” economics at the beginning of this century.
The Emmy-nominated journalist told The New Republic how he met with Maria Butina over a number of lunches earlier last year where he commenced a series of interviews that continued after her arrest. Outtakes from taped interviews that were released by CNN showed the accused protesting her innocence.
Earlier NewsInsideOut.com coverage of events surrounding Maria Butina investigated her videotaped appearance at 2015 FreedomFest where an unforced sleep talking-like confession disclosing status as a Russian spy was revealed via granular audio analysis of spontaneous on-camera remarks. Previous granular audio work by this reporter identified a Russian spy in the 2010 Anna Chapman “Illegals Program” whose name was published in the Wall Street Journal nine months later.
The aura of certitude that accompanies the following reporting is founded in this writer’s historic international public legacy exceeding industry standards of performance and reliability in forwards-looking counterintelligence investigative journalism. The following is a transcript of outtakes provided by CNN of James Bamford’s Maria Butina interview tapes. Multidimensional speech messages are indicated in bold followed by the context in which they were discovered. Granular audio methods are discussed later in this article.
We need surrender. We have struggled. Believe the lie: If I would be invisible Russian spy, you would never see me in public. I would be the most unseen person on Earth.
There’s an enemy: I had just cleaned my apartment and I was baking banana bread. They told me “FBI, search warrant” so I opened the door. They just walked in the door. I was pushed back.
Interpreting these messages invites the observer to consider the role of ideology and ideological indoctrination in the behaviors of Maria Butina. In the first instance this speaker appears engaged with a struggle related to identity insomuch as she outwardly denies being a spy while secretly commanding compliance with a narrative in which Maria Butina appears to have little faith.
The notion of struggle is itself central to Marxist ideology found in discussions of class struggle and the struggle of the proletariat labor class vs the bourgeoisies. This begs the question if a Russian spy would show indications of intensive Communist indoctrination such as those revealed in this study focussed upon Maria Butina, any more so than an average Russian citizen.
In sharp contrast to the U.S.-Russian friendship mission cited by Maria Butina in reports linked above, the speaker appears in the second instance to recognize an adversarial force when discussing how representatives of the federal government arrested her. A 2018 NewsInsideOut.com report investigating police bodycam footage of YouTube shooter Nasim Aghdam revealed her assertion of “militia” status during a public safety check conducted by officers at a Walmart parking lot in Silicon Valley.
Would a Russian intelligence old-guard ideologue construe representatives of the United States government as “enemy” personnel any more so than the average Russian citizen studying in a foreign country?
In this reporter’s opinion Maria Butina is the spy who said too much. If James Bamford had intended to further shield her reputation he would have been well-advised to never allow these tapes to enter the public record in a widely-publicized journalistic climate where digital audio workstations shred false testimony for days.
Research that exposed human speech as a “multidimensional stimulus” with “numerous ways you can extract a message from it” was reported in the scientific journal Nature in 1999. In that report human observers were described as competent in resolving words while listening to highly-distorted speech recording samples. The procedure followed by scientists at Cal State involved digitally sampling recordings of human speech where samples were then reduced to grains of @50ms in duration.
Those grains were then locally time-reversed and globally resequenced in an attempt to emulate conditions found in voice-over-digital-network transmission (now commonly referred to as VoIP telephony). This methodology parallels techniques commonly used in biosciences where the nucleotides (grains) of a DNA molecule (sample) are resequenced in attempts to express novel characteristics of existing organisms (or to synthesize entirely new organisms from existing genetic materials).
For every set of discrete items the number of possible permutations of its order or sequence can be determined by using what is known as the factorial function (n!) where for example 3! = 3 x 2 x 1 = 6. In terms of granular speech synthesis the number of 50ms grains can be substantial, leading to what mathematicians call large numbers. For example, calculating the number of possible permutations of a set of 21 50ms grains by factorial function can be said to result in approximately 51 sextillion different sequences (5.1090942e+19).
However, for every set of discrete items (no matter how many), it can also be said that one possible permutation will always reflect the mirror or reverse order of the original sequence. In such a way (1, 2, 3) is newly rendered as (3, 2, 1). This understanding offers a shortcut of which common knowledge within the scientific and engineering communities is indicated by the inclusion of reverse macro functions in widely-used digital audio workstation (DAW) software applications and hardware. Investigators following the sampling, granular time-reversing and resequencing procedure modeled by scientists studying human speech intelligibility at Cal State can bypass untold iterations and simply monitor audio playback in reverse or mirror order with one click of a cursor.
From this reporter’s perspective the most important reason for bypassing myriad alternative sequence iterations is founded upon empirical evidence of practical intelligence discovered encrypted backwards in human speech. In the public domain this intelligence has offered preemptive understanding of facts concerning the Iraq War, the identity of one serial killer, the identity of a Russian spy and the resurrection of a CIA assassination program all named in broadcast media and online publications sometimes years before they were substantiated by mainstream news reports. Some of these reports are detailed in links provided below.
However, within modern society there remain numerous deeply ingrained superstitious implications of such encrypted multidimensional speech phenomena. These perceptions can be said founded upon dogmatic unscientific belief in fictitious untestable unproven entities and their supposed influences upon human behavior. Proponents of such scandalous misconceptions would stir the public to reject any suggestion of a time wheel’s (Sanskrit “Kalachakra”) bi-directional rotation, for instance. It is this type of Luddite perspective that would discourage the use of an automobile transmission’s reverse gear, compelling motorists to circumnavigate the globe instead of simply backing into a parking spot.
Therefore, only those capable of rejecting medieval injunctions against widdershins procession can embrace the type of volatile materials revealed through such a path of auditory inquiry. To quote one prominent Seattle psychologist this extremely psychoactive procedure and its findings are “not for beginners”.
Vancouver, BC – Exclusive TrueTube by NewsInsideOut.com video published July 18, 2018, exposes the unconscious confession of alleged Russian spy Maria Butina. Granular analysis of the soundtrack from an on camera interview recorded at FreedomFest 2015 in Las Vegas, Nevada, reveals the suspect’s sleep talking-like disclosure encrypted within a resequenced time-reversed audio sample. The U.S. Department of Justice was said to have charged the gun rights organizer with felony conspiracy in Washington D.C. on Monday, the day of the 2018 Russia-United States summit in Helsinki, Finland. Press reports link Maria Butina to the National Rifle Association, the Republican Party and the 2016 Trump Campaign.
UPDATE: On December 13, 2018, Russian citizen Maria Butina pleaded guilty in federal court to conspiring to influence U.S. politics through her connections to the National Rifle Association. NewsInsideOut.com’s independent investigation identified the Russian secret agent status of Maria Butina in this article published six months earlier. 2011 coverage by this reporter named Anna Chapman’s youth accomplice in the Russian “Illegals Program” case. The Wall Street Journal confirmed citing official sources nine months later.
The U.S. president spoke at FreedomFest 2015 offering his perspectives on Russian-U.S. relations at the dawn of his campaign where he explained “I know Putin. And I tell you what. We get along with Putin. Putin has no respect for President Obama. Big problem. Big problem. And Russia has been driven. You know, I’ve always heard, for years I’ve heard, one of the worst things that can happen to our country is if Russia ever gets driven to China.”
“I believe I would get along very nicely with Putin,” the president continued, “Okay? And I mean, where we have the strength.”
The New York Times Wednesday described how “President Trump appeared to say on Wednesday that Russia was no longer targeting the United States, contradicting his own intelligence chief just a day after promising that his administration was working to prevent Kremlin interference in the upcoming midterm elections. “Hours later,” the report went on to say, “The White House press secretary, Sarah Huckabee Sanders, said that Mr. Trump was answering a different question, and that “we believe the threat still exists.””
In a separate news brief Reuters claimed “U.S. intelligence officials have said Russia’s efforts to undermine elections are continuing and now target the Nov. 6 congressional elections.” In court documents the U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation was said to elaborate further how “Moscow seeks to create wedges that reduce trust and confidence in democratic processes, degrade democratization efforts, weaken US partnerships with European allies, undermine Western sanctions, encourage anti-US political views, and counter efforts to bring Ukraine and other former Soviet states into European institutions.”
In charges filed Wednesday prosecutors described a “Red Sparrow” (2018) scenario in which 29 year-old suspect Maria Butina is alleged to have attempted to trade sex for influence.
NewsInsideOut.com has previously discussed an historic 2011 report that identified Russian SVR “Illegals Program” youth operative Tim Foley when his name appeared in granular audio analysis of Anna Chapman’s on camera interview at a New York human resources convention. Anna Chapman pleaded guilty in 2010 to conspiracy to act as an agent of a foreign government without notifying the U.S. Attorney General in a case resembling Maria Butina’s. In 2012 the Wall Street Journal confirmed Tim Foley’s identity nine months after “Tim” was first named as an accomplice to a “Vegas drop”.
NewsInsideOut.com coverage of Monday’s 2018 Russia-United States summit in Helsinki, Finland, considered how the U.S. President exhibited behaviors of a paternal incest survivor. According to granular analysis of his statements at that day’s press conference, the president was heard to pass sleep talking-like comments regarding “dildos” and “sex with daddy.” A report that appeared the following day on a local NYC website featured a July 17, 2018, photograph of a bare-chested Putin imitator astride the Wall Street Bull where the bronze tourist attraction is shown covered in dildos.
One possible interpretation of these overnight events suggests domestic intelligence insiders familiar with the president’s exposure weaponized that art display in a Kompromat dog whistle PSYOP.
Speech is a multidimensional stimulus where granular analysis can resequence locally time-reversed grains of speech to synthesize new meaning from digital reflections of the audio soundtrack. A series of NewsInsideOut.com reports (see links below) have described how this approach successfully determined facts of global wars, serial killer identities as well as Russian, Israeli and U.S. intelligence operations days, weeks, months and years before they were accepted as mainstream knowledge.
Below is a partial transcript of the secret message heard in the video ‘’’She’s a Spy’: Maria Butina Disclosed Russian Agent Status at FreedomFest 2015” where a message from a July 2015 conference video is indicated in bold followed by the context in which it was discovered.
She’s a spy: In Russia I’m the founder and now I’m a board member of the Right to Bear Arms. This is an all-Russian public organization. We promote gun rights. I made this trip because I think that freedom is very important and basic of any freedom is of course gun rights, economy. And I would like to know more and bring this knowledge to Russia. I’m travelling from Moscow, from Russia. And I hope it will be useful to my country.
According to one source “FreedomFest is an annual festival where free minds meet to celebrate “great books, great ideas, and great thinkers” in an open-minded society. It is independent, non-partisan, and not affiliated with any organization or think tank. Founded and produced by Mark Skousen since 2002, FreedomFest invites the “best and the brightest” from around the world to talk, strategize, socialize, and celebrate liberty. FreedomFest is open to all and is purely egalitarian, where speakers, attendees, and exhibitors are treated as equals.”
Vancouver, BC – Earlier this week NewsInsideOut.com’s Jon Kelly offered his reflections on Monday’s 2018 Russia-United States summit in Helsinki, Finland, from the perspective of a veteran investigative reporter who exposed the name of a Russian “Illegals Program” youth operative nine months before it was published in the Wall Street Journal. Host Lorien Fenton from KCOR’s The Fenton Files explored cognitive recalibration in the digital era with guest Jon Kelly including a rare public examination of nine audio permutations of the 2001 George W. Bush Inaugural Address during the July 9, 2018, broadcast.
In a background to “Assessing Russian Activities and Intentions in Recent US Elections” published January 6, 2017, by the Office of the Director of National Intelligence (DNI) the U.S. Intelligence Community cited the Russian Foreign Intelligence Service (SVR) “Illegals Program” for their role in reporting to Moscow about the 2008 U.S. presidential election. The most publicly visible of the “Illegals Program” spies is Anna Chapman whose involuntary disclosure identifying youth accomplice Tim Foley was published by this reporter nine months before a story in the Wall Street Journal confirmed that name.
The DNI background stated “Since the Cold War, Russian intelligence efforts related to US elections have primarily focused on foreign intelligence collection. For decades, Russian and Soviet intelligence services have sought to collect insider information from US political parties that could help Russian leaders understand a new US administration’s plans and priorities.”
Topmost in a list of bullet points the document highlighted “The Russian Foreign Intelligence Service (SVR) Directorate S (Illegals) officers arrested in the United States in 2010 reported to Moscow about the 2008 election.”
During the Fenton Files interview former CBS Radio feature producer Jon Kelly suggested Cold War legacy dynamics still at play in 2018 citing Russian spies residing in the U.S. as recently as 2010.
“The answer has to be yes,” he affirmed. “The “Illegals Program” story is only eight years old. It’s still part of that dynamic. We can’t ignore that it’s going on.”
Turning to Monday’s 2018 Russia-United States summit the independent clinical analyst reflected “Whatever hopes for diplomacy that we are upholding (where President Trump has a meeting with President Putin) there’s hope for global peace riding on those meetings too.”
However, the veteran investigative reporter cautioned “We can’t ignore the hope for peace, but at the same time let’s not have too rosey-tinted an approach to these questions. Obviously there are spy operations as recent as the 2010 “Illegals Program”.”