As you may be aware of, I started two lawsuits against the criminal government of Suriname in 2021. The first was against the COVID-19 mask mandates and the second was against the various COVID-19 lockdown measures. I initially lost in both cases, and I filed for appeal. On August 5th 2022 the appeal hearing of these lawsuits began and I submitted my pleading for both cases. Read more ⟶
YouTube keeps deleting my videos. Anything that challenges the COVID-19 plandemic, vaccine poisoning and the brain damaged rainbow crowd, gets taken down by YouTube eventually. Back in March 2022 they took down a video I made where an AI voice read my post “LGBT Pride Month: There Is No Pride In Mental Illness”. Since I knew that YouTube likes to censor this kind of content, I had also published it on other platforms. Read more ⟶
About a week ago I got interviewed by Ricky Stutgard on Radio Gold (101.3 FM) about the lawsuits I started against the criminal government in Suriname regarding the COVID-19 lockdown measures. Stutgard is a microbiologist and teacher at the Anton de Kom University of Suriname. You can watch the interview, which is in Dutch, on YouTube or on Archive.org. Read more ⟶
With yesterday’s release (version 0.3.5), the QuantumGate C++ networking library introduces support for peer-to-peer Bluetooth connections using the RFCOMM protocol. Bluetooth connections enjoy first class support in the library just like TCP and UDP connections, which means that all other features of QuantumGate are also supported over Bluetooth. Read more ⟶
I’m currently wrapping up my work on Bluetooth support in QuantumGate which I first mentioned back in november 2021. Adding Bluetooth support turned out to be easier than I thought and I’m a bit ahead of schedule. I think it might be possible to release this before 2022 — so sometime next week. The big work that’s still left to do is updating the documentation. After that I also want to write a series of articles detailing what can be done with QuantumGate using Bluetooth. One of the cool things is that there’s also support for relay connections over Bluetooth, in combination with TCP and UDP connections. So you can have a single relay connection with a mix of peers at each hop using Bluetooth, TCP or UDP connections. Brought a smile to my face when I first got it working. Stay tuned for more updates.
Several articles have been published in recent months about the problems that people constantly face at local banks. There are also many complaints on social media. Members of parliament even speak of a banking ‘mafia’. Read more ⟶
In the past year I worked on two eBooks in my spare time containing stories about the Surinamese (plantation) history. These stories were written in the period between 2003 and 2009 by my father Kenneth R. Donk. The stories were divided into three main themes and each theme is covered in a separate book. Read more ⟶
A few months ago I noticed the new skill assessments feature on LinkedIn and decided to try out the one for C++ to see what it was about. And before I knew it, I spent almost a whole day — without any preparation — behind the computer doing these assessments for all the skills that I had listed on my profile. It was kind of addicting to see the blue checkmark appear behind the skills and I wanted to earn as many of them as possible. Read more ⟶
A little more than a year ago I first blogged about working on support for UDP connections in QuantumGate, and for the past few weeks I’ve focused on getting UDP support in QuantumGate ready for its initial release. I had originally planned for releasing UDP support much earlier around December 2020 or January 2021 but other stuff got in the way, such as Cyberpunk and the two lawsuits I started against the criminal local government. Read more ⟶
I recently made a commercial for Energy Management & Saving Solutions (EMSS) N.V. Suriname to promote their services. It’s really more of a balance between a commercial and infomercial. The final result can be seen on YouTube (embedded below) or on Archive.org in better quality (larger). Read more ⟶
Following is an English translation of an article I wrote that was published on Starnieuws on June 3rd, 2021. The original article is in Dutch and you can read it on Starnieuws if you prefer that version. Read more ⟶
I’ve been busy in the last two months preparing and filing a lawsuit against the criminal government in Suriname against the mandatory COVID-19 lockdown measures. Details on that can be found on a separate website that I created for this purpose. It’s in Dutch, but if you’re interested you can use an online translation service to check it out. Read more ⟶
On April 13th 2021 I was interviewed by Jeroen Pols on Viruswaarheid LIVE. We talked about the COVID-19 situation in Suriname and the lawsuit I started against the criminal government in Suriname against the mandatory use of face masks supposedly to fight COVID-19. You can watch the interview, which is in Dutch, on YouTube or on Archive.org. Read more ⟶
Two days ago I got interviewed by Ricky Stutgard on Radio Gold (101.3 FM) about the lawsuit I started against the criminal government in Suriname against the mandatory use of face masks supposedly to fight COVID-19. Stutgard is a microbiologist and teacher at the Anton de Kom University of Suriname. You can watch the interview, which is in Dutch, on YouTube or on Archive.org. Read more ⟶
It’s been a little quiet on my blog for the last few weeks, and that’s because I’ve filed a lawsuit against the State in Suriname against the mandatory use of face masks — one of their “COVID-19 measures.” Details on that can be found on a separate website that I created for this purpose. It’s in Dutch, but if you’re interested you can use an online translation service to check it out. You can imagine that this is using up a lot of my time, and some reasons for that are also discussed in the petition which you can download from the website. I’ll have more details up on my blog in the near future.
I’ve finally made time to get rid of everything from Google that I was still using on my website, including the analytics, fonts and captcha. I had already removed other social media platforms more than a year ago, and now the last pieces of tracking and spyware have been removed. Hopefully there aren’t any issues I haven’t seen; so far so good.
During discussions about the system of enslavement (‘Statism’) that is currently implemented worldwide, one of the things that’s often brought up by others is the question of why I’m making use of things (facilities, services, etc.) inside this system while I am opposed to it. That would seem hypocritical upon first glance, and this question, often phrased in a variety of ways, is a very valid question. Read more ⟶
I’ve been experimenting with publishing audio versions of some of my posts in the last few days using Artificial Intelligence (AI) generated voices. The results are pretty cool even though there’s still lots of room for improvement. If you’d like to check it out, you can visit my YouTube channel for convenience, or check out my channel/profile on LBRY.tv and Archive.org for the videos. You can download them and listen to them like any other podcast. I’ll probably be releasing audio-only versions of them sometime in the future. Remember to download and save a local copy because they might disappear in the future when those fuckwads in big tech decide to censor me.
I published a new tutorial showing how to build a simple chat application on top of QuantumGate. You can read the full tutorial over at the CodeProject website. I’ve also given this sample application its own repo on GitHub where the full source code is available along with instructions, and pre-built releases that people can try out without having to build the project themselves. Read more ⟶
I just fixed an issue on my blog where comments and notes disappeared after upgrading to the latest WordPress release 2 days ago. After the upgrade the site appeared to work well after a quick glance but I didn’t notice that comments weren’t shown below posts by my custom theme. So it’s now fixed. Hopefully no more surprises.