On money, Bitcoin and cryptocurrencies in general

If you’ve been paying attention to what’s going on in the world these days you’ve no doubt noticed the sharp rise in the popularity and adoption of cryptocurrencies and in particular Bitcoin. Read more »

De rol van Nederland en kolonel Valk bij de coup van Bouterse in Suriname (1980)

Waren de “groep van 16” die op 25 februari 1980 via een coup de macht overnamen op de plantage Suriname helden, of slechts gemanipuleerde en misbruikte slaven, die de belangen dienden van de Nederlandse kolonialisten? Read more »

Censorship on Minds.com; Pay attention Bill Ottman

In June 2017 I learned about a new social media website called Minds.com. Read more »

Court rules that Politicians blocking followers on Social Media violates Free Speech

Back in October 2016 I had blogged about my experiences with censorship on Facebook, where I mentioned that the reporting functionalities provided by the social media network were “being abused […] to harass, silence and censor people, ... Read more »

Ronald Bernard Exposes the Zionist Financial (Banking) Elite – Part 2

Part two of an interview with Ronald Bernard, a former insider working in the financial sector, has been published by Coöperatie De Vrije Media. Read more »

Ronald Bernard Exposes the Zionist Financial (Banking) Elite

Coöperatie De Vrije Media recently published an interview with Ronald Bernard, a former insider working in the financial sector, exposing some of the inner workings at the top of the system. Read more »

Choose Pussy over Pain

Cidny G. Green published a video on Vimeo where she discusses the problem of sexual suppression and repression on social media these days, making many good points. I highly recommend watching it. Read more »

Persuasion, Influencing and Selling are Mind Manipulation

Mind manipulation is deeply ingrained in our societies around the world as a result of thousands of years of deliberate effort and policy. Read more »

Facebook Created a Censorship Tool

Well, well, well. A very interesting article was published on the New York Times website yesterday confirming much of what I recently blogged about. Read more »

Ian Murdock and Police Brutality

Ian Murdock, founder of Debian — one of the popular Linux distros  — died on the 28th of December 2015 after confrontations with the police. Read more »
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