Good evening everybody! Tonight it was time to eat leftovers. To clean out the fridge. A little bit of this and a little bit of that and everything in to a delicious stew. Love to do this once in a while👌🏽😘 I’m trying to plan our meals better and what we shop. So we eat everything and try not to throw anything away. Do you think what to shop and what to eat to minimise food to throw away? 🙏🏼🍋🥒🌶
Godkväll alla fina😘 Ikväll blev det att äta små rester ur frysen. Så skönt att äta smått å gott ur frysen emellanåt. Allt ner i en mustig gryta👏🏼 Gott och mindre mat som blir dåligt och slängs. Har i år försökt att planera matköp och middagar bättre för att minska matsvinnet. Det är faktiskt riktigt kul😜😍 Blir en liten kul utmaning varje vecka👌🏽✨ Hur gör ni? Tänker ni ett extra varv på hur ni handlar och vilken mat ni lagar så att man använder upp allt? 🙏🏼🥒🌶🍋 .
. @mat_tina har många bra tips!!
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Fredags frokostbord ✨ Jeg har haft mødregruppen på besøg i dag 👶🏼👶🏼👶🏼👶🏼👶🏼 Jeg havde sådan lyst til rugbrødsmadder - og heldigvis faldt det i god jord 🤞🏻Jeg havde lavet en tunsalat, syltet rødløg, ærtepuré, kartofler med purløg, æg med karse og så ellers bare oksepølse, ost, pesto, grøntsager og oliven 😃
- Bannon got it immediately. He believes in the whole Andrew Breitbart doctrine that politics is downstream from culture, so to change politics you need to change culture. And fashion trends are a useful proxy for that. Trump is like a pair of Uggs, or Crocs, basically. So how do you get from people thinking ‘Ugh. Totally ugly’ to the moment when everyone is wearing them? That was the inflection point he was looking for.
Is what Cambridge Analytica does akin to bullying? - I think it’s worse than bullying, Christopher Wylie says. - Because people don’t necessarily know it’s being done to them. At least bullying respects the agency of people because they know. So it’s worse, because if you do not respect the agency of people, anything that you’re doing after that point is not conducive to a democracy. And fundamentally, information warfare is not conducive to democracy.
Millions of people’s personal information was stolen and used to target them in ways they wouldn’t have seen, and couldn’t have known about, by a mercenary outfit, Cambridge Analytica, who, Wylie says, “would work for anyone”. Who would pitch to Russian oil companies. Would they subvert elections abroad on behalf of foreign governments?
It occurs to me to ask Wylie this one night. - Yes.
Nato or non-Nato? - Either. I mean they’re mercenaries. They’ll work for pretty much anyone who pays.
It’s an incredible revelation. It also encapsulates all of the problems of outsourcing – at a global scale, with added cyberweapons. And in the middle of it all are the public – our intimate family connections, our “likes”, our crumbs of personal data, all sucked into a swirling black hole that’s expanding and growing and is now owned by a politically motivated billionaire.
FRIYAY | Vandaag is de start van mijn heerlijke vakantie, maar wat is er weinig uit mijn handen gekomen. Lijkt wel of mijn lijf even niet wil en denkt ‘dag, ik heb vakantie’! Dus Zometeen lekker makkelijk patatjes en avond bankhangen met de finale van de Voice en verder even niks! Morgen weer een nieuwe dag!!
Na het weekend gaan er weer mooie nieuwe spullen van @storefactory_scandinavia binnen komen, maar deze mooie beauty van een kandelaar en de 3 maten kandelaars (Ekeberga) vind je al in onze webshop. In de stories zie je wat er nog meer binnen gaat komen, kan niet wachten!!
Eet smakelijk lieve allemaal en hele fijne avond! 🖤
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In 2014, Steve Bannon – then executive chairman of the “alt-right” news network Breitbart – was Christopher Wylie’s boss. And Robert Mercer, the secretive US hedge-fund billionaire and Republican donor, was Cambridge Analytica’s investor. And the idea they bought into was to bring big data and social media to an established military methodology – “information operations” – then turn it on the US electorate.
Cambridge Analytica’s parent company, SCL, had won contracts with the US State Department and was pitching to the Pentagon, and Wylie was genuinely freaked out. - It’s insane, he told me one night. - The company has created psychological profiles of 230 million Americans. And now they want to work with the Pentagon? It’s like Nixon on steroids.
Bouquet #4 de @aunomdelarose_bcn compuesto por dos variedades de rosas de jardín, traídas de Kenia: la Prince Garden y la Café Latte.
Lo mejor de esta foto son las cosas que no se pueden ver en ella:
🌹lo mimoso que es mi gato Coco
🌹🌹el exquisito aroma de las rosas
🌹🌹🌹mi cara de éxtasis cuando esta noche me duerma envuelta en ese perfume
In his first post-White House interviews, Steve Bannon, the rightwing ideologue who helped propel Donald Trump to the White House, made clear that he had no intention of going quietly. - I’ve got my hands back on my weapons, the former White House chief strategist, who returned as executive chairman of Breitbart News late Friday afternoon, told the Weekly Standard. - I built a f***ing machine at Breitbart. And now I’m about to go back, knowing what I know, and we’re about to rev that machine up. And rev it up we will do.
Just hours after his departure from the Trump administration became public, Breitbart, whose traffic and advertising have fallen significantly since Trump’s election, trumpeted the return of their “populist hero” on its homepage. - The populist-nationalist movement got a lot stronger today, Breitbart editor-in-chief Alex Marlow said in the publication’s announcement post. - Breitbart gained an executive chairman with his finger on the pulse of the Trump agenda.
The fall of Steve Bannon is a win for the globalists. But will it last?
Also on Friday, the once-again head of Breitbart told Bloomberg News: - If there’s any confusion out there, let me clear it up: I’m leaving the White House and going to war for Trump against his opponents – on Capitol Hill, in the media, and in corporate America.
The 63-year-old also retains the backing of hedge-fund billionaire Robert Mercer. The pair met on Wednesday to plot their future plans, Bloomberg reported.
- This was Steve Bannon's baby, said former contractor Christopher Wylie, who described Cambridge Analytica as "Bannon's arsenal of weaponry to wage a culture war on America using military strategies."
Bannon wanted to use the sorts of aggressive messaging tactics usually reserved for geopolitical conflicts to move the US electorate further to the right, Wylie said. He had already directed a series of anti-establishment, conservative documentary films and presided over the far-right website Breitbart News, but Cambridge Analytica would mark another step in his overall ambitions to transform the nation.
With financial backing from hedge-fund billionaire Robert Mercer, Bannon co-founded Cambridge Analytica in 2013 as the US-branch of Strategic Communication Laboratories (SCL) Group, a British company that advertises how it has conducted "behavioral change" programs in more than 60 countries.
Wylie described Cambridge Analytica as - Steve Bannon and Robert Mercer using a foreign, military contractor ... to use some of the same techniques that the military uses ... on the American electorate.
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