Category Archives: digital privacy

In our Techno-society, Smart Workers are NOT a renewable resource

Big Pharma execs are thrilled that mandatory medication can lead to mandatory electronic tracking of compliance. Pfizer CEO Bourla talking about the microchip that will be in medications. Sounds normal right?? Just a conspiracy theory?? #Pfizer #vaccines pic.twitter.com/ZfocFKIavH — Matt … Continue reading

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Do you believe the happenings will be “BIG BIG BIG”? At what point does conspiracy journalism become a distraction from activism? Politics should not be a spectator sport

All right, it is rather intellectually stimulating to read Q drops and try to connect them to news stories. Is browsing /qresearch/ really the best use of our time? Should we be browsing /pol/ instead? Should we actually start looking … Continue reading

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Cryptoanarchy and black markets via Isegoria:“The issue which has swept down the centuries, and which will have to be fought sooner or later, is the people versus the banks.”—John Acton (1834-1902)

Whereas the pre-public-Internet world of the 1970s kept the masses distracted with drugs and sex and mass media, the post-World-Wide-Web world keeps the masses distracted with private surveillance media such as Facebook and related distractions. Hedonism might serve some useful … Continue reading

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Daisy Luther claims people are breaking away from FAGMARTS

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Public service announcement: Use HTTrack to back up your website

The website “Fellowship of the Minds” apparently used WordPress software, but I don’t think it was a free site. If it had been hosted for free by Automattic (the WordPress corporation), I would understand that the WordPress corporation would have … Continue reading

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