Category Archives: digital privacy

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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Richard Steven Hack made the so-called “Twisted Genius” look like an idiot

I have some respect for Pat Lang, who in turn has some toleration for the so-called “Twisted Genius.” However, I have never liked anything the Twisted Genius has written, and his most recent post moved me to genuine resentment. However, … Continue reading

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