Forensics Analyst Who Worked On The Newsweek Story Explains How They Converged On Dorian Nakamoto
A systems engineer by training with experience in computing security, military protocol analysis, and artificial intelligence, Sergeant said everything she found converged on an individual with a background apparently similar to hers — and who ended up sharing a name with Bitcoin’s creator.
No, no, no, you’re confused – I used to be Satoshi, now you can call me Dorian.
Related to this, Newsweek stands by the story.
London’s Laundry Business
Mustn’t cut off the City!
Britain’s bright young things now become consultants, art dealers, private bankers and hedge funders. Or, to put it another way, the oligarchs’ valets.
Russia’s president, Vladimir V. Putin, gets it: You pay them, you own them. Mr. Putin was absolutely certain that Britain’s managers — shuttling through the revolving door between cabinet posts and financial boards — would never give up their fees and commissions from the oligarchs’ billions. He was right.
In the austerity years of zero growth that followed the 2008 financial crash, this new source of vast wealth could not be resisted. Tony Blair is the latter-day embodiment of pirate Britain’s Sir Walter Raleigh. The former prime minister now advises the Kazakh ruler Nursultan Nazarbayev on his image in the West. Mr. Blair is handsomely paid to tutor his patron on how to be evasive about the crackdowns and the mine shootings that are facts of life in Kazakhstan.
There are increasing signs that the London residential property market is displaying bubble like qualities.
A new blog post
by Jonathan Davis
at You Couldn’t Make It Up
Last night that statement was posted on Satoshi Nakamoto’s P2P Foundation page which has been dormant since February 11, 2009.
Stacy Summary: This is considered legimate regime change kind of corruption in some parts of the world.
Stacy Summary: Note that average weekly salary for a man in the UK in 1973 was £40.90, which was about 20% more than an ounce of gold. Today, if salaries had kept pace, the average salary for a man should be £1200. I think it’s less than half that.
Newsweek has recently made a decision to move back to print and the headliner for the magazine’s first edition is the Bitcoin founder piece.The whole situation stinks of desperation. With a lack of …. Read More >>>
‘Rogue Trader’ Jerome Kerviel on Bizarre Rome to Paris Pilgrimage Against ‘Tyranny of Markets’
Jerome Kerviel, the convicted Societe Generale rogue trader, has embarked on a bizarre reverse-pilgrimage from Rome to Paris in a stand against the “tyranny of the markets” after his meeting with Pope Francis.
According to the French newspaper 20 Minutes, Kerviel has already started the near 900 mile journey and is not expected to reach Paris before 19 March – the date of the Supreme Court’s ruling on his appeal against his conviction.