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Hello slaves. I’m leaving most social media platforms today, including Facebook, Instagram, WhatsApp and Twitter. For now, I’ll still be on LinkedIn and GitHub. Back in 2017 I had already decided that I was going to leave the major social media platforms because of all the censorship going on. Things have only gotten worse when it comes to censorship, and in addition we have all the privacy violations, tracking and security issues.
I’m leaving most platforms effective immediately; I’ll leave the accounts online for now but will not be monitoring, posting or commenting. Do not contact me there and do not expect a response. I’m using a longer grace period for WhatsApp of a month or two, but have already moved to using Signal for instant messaging; WhatsApp cannot be trusted anymore.
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A Google whistleblower by the name of Zach Vorhies went public on Project Veritas, leaking internal documents showing how Google is manipulating search results and is using their algorithms and products to present everyone online with a manipulated version of reality. The documents also show how Google is blacklisting certain websites (URLs) and content while in public they denied doing so. Read more ⟶
Censorship, shadow banning, deboosting and deplatforming are hot topics these days on the Internet, especially when it concerns the major social media platforms. I’ve blogged about this often in the last few months, and this time I want to detail one of my recent experiences on Reddit so that others can learn from it. Read more ⟶
About two years ago Cloudflare’s CEO Matthew Prince mentioned how nobody should have the power to decide whether or not someone should be allowed on the Internet, after he decided to take down The Daily Stormer website. Here’s what the moron had to say: Literally, I woke up in a bad mood and decided someone shouldn’t be allowed on the Internet. No one should have that power. Read more ⟶
I’ve been planning to stop using WhatsApp and other social media applications for a while now and a recent blog post on Forbes justifies that move even more. Read more ⟶
Lindsay Shepherd was in the news quite often not so long ago after exposing how professors at the Wilfrid Laurier University in Ontario, Canada tried to coerce her into falling in line with the LGBT “pride” agenda. Specifically, these professors had an issue with a video Shepherd played in class featuring Jordan Peterson. Read more ⟶
A new documentary by The Corbett Report examines the early history of Silicon Valley and the ties it has with the US government, US intelligence agencies and US military. You’ll find that there’s not much difference in the relationship between Big Tech in the US and the US government, and Big Tech in China and the Chinese government. Read more ⟶
Well here you have it, pointing out serious forms of mental illness appears to be “hate speech” on Facebook. A link to my recent blog post “LGBT pride month: There is no pride in mental illness” is being censored by Facebook, probably after being reported by people who suffer from the described forms of mental illness. Read more ⟶
A few days ago Project Veritas released some videos and internal documents from Google showing exactly how Google is manipulating the public in what can only be described as a mass social engineering effort. You can hear employees from Google, who were apparently recorded without their knowledge, describe what they are doing and why. Read more ⟶
Censorship on YouTube is getting worse all the time, and this time they’re taking it to new extreme levels. Any content that is not in line with the brainwash that Silicon Valley and their financiers want to promote will get deleted while content that fits their groupthink agenda will get promoted even more. Read more ⟶
Hello slaves. I hope you’re all having a good day so far. It looks like you’ll have to provide all details about your social media activity to the terrorist government of the USA if you want to obtain permission to travel to their plantation from now on. I bring the following information to your attention published on The New York Times: “U.S. Read more ⟶
Silencing and marginalizing people who go against the brainwash and propaganda that you want to promote appears to be the general trend these days, especially on the Internet. One particularly interesting case caught my attention a few days ago. Microsoft are distancing themselves from the original creator of the Minecraft game. Read more ⟶
An interesting article on The New York Times discusses how China is exporting its surveillance technology to the rest of the world: Under President Xi Jinping, the Chinese government has vastly expanded domestic surveillance, fueling a new generation of companies that make sophisticated technology at ever lower prices. A global infrastructure initiative is spreading that technology even further. Read more ⟶
Here’s another example showing why you can’t trust and rely on the major content publishing and social media websites these days. Two days ago I received an email from Medium that they suspended my account (which I’ve had at least since February 2016). I didn’t receive any warnings beforehand nor a chance to possibly correct any mistakes. Read more ⟶
Cloudflare announced their new VPN product called Warp, which is based on their own implementation of WireGuard. This product seems to fit into their general strategy of wanting to man-in-the-middle (MITM) themselves into most of the traffic on the Internet, like I discussed in a previous post. As I explained there, they did the same thing with IPFS as well. Read more ⟶
Russia is clearly heading into the same direction as China when it comes to control of the Internet, censorship and totalitarianism. Putin recently signed two bills into law giving the government even more power to enforce censorship. Read more ⟶
Zero Hedge reports that information related to the recent attacks at two New Zealand mosques, and even entire websites, are being censored by Internet providers in New Zealand and Australia: In the wake of last week’s terror attacks at two New Zealand mosques which left 50 dead, several websites which either reported on the incident, hosted footage of the attacks, or have simply allowed people to engage in uncensored discussion such as ... Read more ⟶
Project Veritas published an interview with a former Facebook employee revealing, among other things, the fact that Facebook has been censoring information on its platform with functionality called “deboosting”. This functionality enables Facebook to actively limit the reach certain information has by blocking (groups of) people from seeing it — the opposite effect of boosting content on Facebook. Read more ⟶
The Verge published an interesting article about what the people at Facebook in charge of censoring content experience while doing their “work”. I found the following quote hilarious: The moderators told me it’s a place where the conspiracy videos and memes that they see each day gradually lead them to embrace fringe views. […] A former employee told me he has begun to question certain aspects of the Holocaust. Read more ⟶