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Where am I supposed to shitpost now? Anonymous 08/14/2018 (Tue) 06:40:12 [Preview] No. 18175 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
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Anonymous 08/17/2018 (Fri) 07:01:02 [Preview] No.18254 del
I don't know what to think about TOR. I know there's a lot to discredit it, mainly it's pretty obvious the Feds run more than a few nodes but I think they're honus is on big CP traffickers and possible terrorists. Although terrorists seem to have been using twitter and even the playstation network to communicate quite openly so don't really get what the deal is there.

The main damning thing with TOR is when the Daily Stormer tried to go there and got blocked or shut down or whatever the hell happened exactly. They expressly and tacitly defend and anonymize a lot of bad people, their right to free speech and anonymous communication at least, but then hypocritically virtue signal by shutting out what is ultimately just a bunch of Nazi LARPers?

Does I2P have similar issues or are they flying under the radar so to speak?

Anonymous 08/17/2018 (Fri) 13:25:38 [Preview] No.18255 del
>I think they're honus is on big CP traffickers and possible terrorists

And whistelblowers or other activists who actually pose a "threat" to their regime. Remember that.

I think Tor is good for the average user security wise. It will defiantly keep the average 3rd party from spying on you. However, I would not just rely on Tor and Tor alone. There are so many other vulnerabilities out there, especially now that some people are using absolute botnet systems like Winblows 10. If you are using new Windows or Mac systems you can just FORGET about security or privacy because it ain't happening.

Anonymous 08/17/2018 (Fri) 14:23:52 [Preview] No.18257 del
There is a thing in the constitutions of many western countries: the right to keep your networking and communication private. Neither IPv4 nor IPv6 provide that privacy for you. Until GNUnet replaces the internet, I feel Tor and similar tools are required for everyday online activities.

>the bad guys
Anything can be dangerous in the hand of bad guys. That's why we usually lock them away, and not just ban the tools they used from the world.

Anonymous 08/17/2018 (Fri) 16:39:48 [Preview] No.18258 del
>Until GNUnet replaces the internet, I feel Tor and similar tools are required for everyday online activities.

Can't comment on GNUnet because I've never heard of it before, don't know what it is. However I agree with you that Tor and other privacy-oriented tools are required for those seeking any amount of security over the web. I use a private "no log" encrypted VPN service myself and also use add-ons such as Noscript Security Suite, Random Agent Spoofer, HTTPS Everywhere and IP Flood (to obfuscate GET requests). Plus I use Bleachbit to scrub my browser activity logs and the sqlite database files which can store unwanted info. Took me a while to figure how to do some about:config tweaking, but it was well worth the time to learn. I have disabled known vulnerabilities in my web browser such as WebGL and WebRTC (both which are known for causing dns leaks even behind proxies or VPNs). Newer chrome browsers are known to have telemetry tracking by default which can also be turned off with a few about:config tweaks too.

Recommended tips to check out: https://archive.fo/ixEKz

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I wanna go to this fucking show Anonymous 08/16/2018 (Thu) 05:17:40 [Preview] No. 18217 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
Only 80 weird shaped L for money signs.

How much is that in American?

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Anonymous 08/16/2018 (Thu) 05:34:33 [Preview] No.18219 del
80 british pounds is about 176 american pounds

Anonymous 08/16/2018 (Thu) 06:44:57 [Preview] No.18220 del
That's a lot of dollarydoos, but for something like a fucking hologram spaceship flying around, I'd pay it. I've paid $200 for a suck and fuck, so that's not bad at all.

Anonymous 08/16/2018 (Thu) 07:19:02 [Preview] No.18221 del
oh you're talkin money not weight. it's like a little over a hundo

Anonymous 08/16/2018 (Thu) 12:40:24 [Preview] No.18222 del
The music is God awful. The tech effects, booze and hot girls would likely be the ONLY reason I'd check it out... with earplugs!

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Is this a comfy place? Anonymous 08/15/2018 (Wed) 03:20:09 [Preview] No. 18196 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
This looks comfy

Anonymous 08/15/2018 (Wed) 17:56:56 [Preview] No.18202 del
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Just remember every time you sleep you die.

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Anonymous 08/16/2018 (Thu) 03:09:13 [Preview] No.18215 del
wat dat frum? dat urs? maor plz!

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How do you kill a dog? Anonymous 08/15/2018 (Wed) 20:28:35 [Preview] No. 18207 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
I remember in Iraq there was this instance where there was an injured dog out on the road, and it obviously wasn't going to make it.
One of our squad leaders decided to "do the right thing" and put it out of its misery. He shot it, right square in the side of the head....
The dog was still alive and conscious.
So he shot it in the head again.
Still alive and whimpering.
So then he put 4-5 more bullets into the poor thing's skull, and it was finally dead.

Their brains are like the size of a peanut, so that squad leader unloading into the dog's head was just missing the brain and probably putting the dog through more suffering.

So, what's the right way to kill a dog?

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Anonymous 08/15/2018 (Wed) 21:18:44 [Preview] No.18209 del
To answer your question I think it is lots of walks, affection and sometimes treats.

Anonymous 08/15/2018 (Wed) 21:29:59 [Preview] No.18212 del
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Tell me about it.

Anonymous 08/02/2018 (Thu) 23:49:33 [Preview] No. 17998 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
join to see more of pic related discord gg/7sCU5se
she's streaming on chaturbate later

Anonymous 08/03/2018 (Fri) 00:16:07 [Preview] No.18000 del
Don't even know what such a thing is and really don't care to.

Anonymous 08/03/2018 (Fri) 02:22:51 [Preview] No.18002 del

Them's a girl, yo.

Anonymous 08/03/2018 (Fri) 03:25:25 [Preview] No.18005 del
discord gg/7sCU5se chatterbate whatever, don't know it and don't care to, it looks like some darknet underage porn which shouldn't be posted

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I crucified a man today...just to watch him die...to see if I still feel? Anonymous 08/08/2018 (Wed) 19:27:52 [Preview] No. 18059 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
Saudi Arabia crucified a man in Mecca while aggressively calling out Canada over human rights

Imagine no religion, it's easy if you try.
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Anonymous 08/10/2018 (Fri) 03:41:36 [Preview] No.18103 del
Ironic thing is we don't have to rely on OPEC at all for oil. The United States has PLENTY - more than enough - oil to supply its economy with. You won't hear this in the mainstream media but its 100% fact. Not only that, we are the Saudi Arabia of coal (or should I say Yemen of coal?)... we have TONS of energy resources here.

Back to the point. Why do we depend so much on war for oil? Bigger profits, bigger government budgets, bigger military. It all comes down to greed. If we wanted to we could completely get out of the Middle East - any time - and become energy independent with the resources the US already owns. Not just oil and coal bro. Solar! Wind! Nuclear! Thorium! Possibly suppressed energy resources as well but thats another topic altogether.

Anonymous 08/10/2018 (Fri) 03:54:11 [Preview] No.18104 del
Part of it is not so much that we (the US the west) rely on OPEC in the sense that we'd be hopeless without them but that they'd be hopeless without us. Like if you think there is extremism and western hatred in the middle east now, if we stopped buying their only resource from them we'd fuck with their economy and then we wouldn't even have the oligarchs on their side.
Historically, the antebellum plantation owners had comparative wealth to the rich oil barons of today. After slavery was abolished and the cotton gin was invented among other reasons their wealth plummeted. This led to all sorts of trouble in the southern states after the war. Now imagine an economic collapse happening in the Middle East where there are already volatile extremists, instability and uncertainty. Not to mention, and I'm guessing here, but they don't ever talk about any other industries in these countries that aren't oil/petrol related.
Basically, the fuel bought from OPEC is, at least in some people's minds, a way to keep a region full of zealots from hating us completely and to foster some sort of relationship with them.

Anonymous 08/10/2018 (Fri) 04:03:47 [Preview] No.18106 del
>Like if you think there is extremism and western hatred in the middle east now, if we stopped buying their only resource from them we'd fuck with their economy and then we wouldn't even have the oligarchs on their side.

True. What we'd need to do is have secure boarders and proper vetting of people entering our country from abroad. We could easily deploy military assets to our boarders, armed. We could easily have bomb detection and dogs sniffing around the airport terminals. And extensive background checks BEFORE foreigners entered the US.

>Basically, the fuel bought from OPEC is, at least in some people's minds, a way to keep a region full of zealots from hating us completely and to foster some sort of relationship with them.

Keep in mind we have nukes and other artilleries. If the Middle Eastern nations didn't like it, they can suck their thumbs and cry. If they try anything against us, then we could wipe them the fuck out as their economy crumbles. Either or.

Anonymous 08/10/2018 (Fri) 04:23:29 [Preview] No.18107 del
I really don't see any situation where nuclear force is going to be authorized unless it's highly limited strikes against military targets, preventative or retaliatory to be honest my guy. They're just a deterrent against major powers but not against any asymmetric warfare. Nukes and aircraft carriers are like the trophy wives of MIC controlled countries.

Anonymous 08/15/2018 (Wed) 21:19:53 [Preview] No.18210 del
That shit cray.

Anonymous 07/30/2018 (Mon) 20:12:10 [Preview] No. 17928 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
Stupid Christians

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Anonymous 08/13/2018 (Mon) 15:35:52 [Preview] No.18163 del
>There shouldn't be a Palestinian state.

Israel and Palestine should learn to get along, but both act like a bunch of third world chimps in the sand desert called the Middle East. Quite frankly I don't like Jews or Muslims but they have every right to believe whatever they want to. However, no one should be force subjected to any religion either. They need to learn to be civilized: live and let live.

>It's Muslims destroying Europe.

AND the EU too. Don't forget the EU and their vassal state governments which not only ALLOW this to happen, but also ENCOURAGE it! Don't shift all the blame to the migrants: its also the NGOs run by people like George Soros and the politicians he lobbies. Its also the kike-owned media (most CEOs for major networks happen to be kikes just like George Soros!) Coincidence!? I think not. They are all to blame.

You know what I suggest? I suggest Western nations get the hell out of the Middle East altogether and let the Muslims and Jews kill each other off. Meanwhile, secure our God damned borders already!

Anonymous 08/15/2018 (Wed) 17:55:51 [Preview] No.18201 del
Again, there wouldn't be any reason for conflict in Israel if there were no religion. The jews wouldn't have moved there because of Torah, the Muslims wouldn't fight them because Islam says the Jews must submit to Muslims and Jerusalem must belong to Muslims forever. Without religion they could form a one state secular multicultural state, and that goes for any of the states in Europe although I don't like the EU.

Anonymous 08/15/2018 (Wed) 18:20:02 [Preview] No.18204 del
>Without religion they could form a one state secular multicultural state
>and that goes for any of the states in Europe

Still wouldn't work well, you can't just force people to integrate when they have such different political beliefs and ethical beliefs (not to mention different languages). People should stick to their own nations to live their own culture in peace, and if they migrate they should ABSOLUTELY be vetted and forced to assimilate with the norms of the nation they voluntarily moved to. That would include obeying the nation's laws, learning the language and prohibited from engaging in national politics (which should be restricted to the natural-born citizenry).

One major reason the whole world is upside down and fucked up is because of the forced "multicultural" agenda. This, I hope, is going to come to an end and soon.

Anonymous 08/15/2018 (Wed) 18:28:26 [Preview] No.18205 del
Two great quotes from two great men. People should learn how to create a real humanitarian society, seems like we forgot common sense.

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debunking the right's strawman that the left had no ideas Anonymous 08/12/2018 (Sun) 05:16:03 [Preview] No. 18137 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
I think Trump's policies will lead to people being more accepting of truly left of center ideas from new progressive democrats.
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Anonymous 08/13/2018 (Mon) 16:48:21 [Preview] No.18167 del
On the other hand, breaking up the big Wall Street Banks is literally the ONLY good solution these leftists provide. I agree with them on that. And we need to either nationalize and audit or completely end the Federal Reserve as well.

Great video, gets right down to the fraud that plagues our economy today. Its a sad joke we even call the USSA "capitalist" anymore. Nope. We destroyed our currency with government debt, outsourced most productive industry, have the biggest welfare state on the entire planet, have the biggest police state since the Soviet Union, what a joke to even consider this country "capitalist" anymore. Used to be many years ago, not at all anymore. Now the leftists say we need to go full blown communist claiming we are privileged and deserve everything for "free". What a joke, what a fucking joke of a nation.

Anonymous 08/14/2018 (Tue) 14:57:13 [Preview] No.18182 del
If I recall Ontario had to scrap their subsidized "basic income" program due to massive accumulating debts (insolvency) and because more people stopped working to leach off this system.


The ONLY way you could convince enough taxpayers to adopt a program like this would be to actually tax mega corporations such as Amazon, as well as very rich CEOs. No increasing taxes on average workers! The problem is those CEOs and their businesses would simply move elsewhere to avoid those tax increases (these people are rich enough to move wherever they like at the drop of a dime). So in the end, no matter who you try taxing, you end up with more accumulating debts and more poverty. Like it or not, if you want to remain in a first world country, you must have industry and workers, there is no way around this.

Anonymous 08/14/2018 (Tue) 15:15:55 [Preview] No.18183 del

Finland has also tried "Basic Guaranteed Income" with no success. It was later canceled. Reason? The government refuses to say why. I suspect too much debt insolvency was draining their own resources and budgets. Or perhaps the debt insolvency was starting to hurt the value of their currency (too much rising price inflation, which debt creates). In economics 101 you learn that deficits fuel price inflation, and thus surpluses do the opposite creating strength in currency (thus a decline in prices). Lesson is this: debt can be very cancerous to society and the economy if not kept on a tight leash. You cannot maintain an economy forever solely on debt alone, history proves this very well.

Anonymous 08/14/2018 (Tue) 15:23:52 [Preview] No.18184 del
The only reason the US has gotten away with all of this fraud is because in 1974 the US and OPEC nations created "the US petrodollar reserve currency" for global trade. The US dollar (USD) was tied to global oil trade. Thus other nations had to buy US T-bonds so they could purchase oil from the OPEC monopoly.

If we were to have done even one quarter amount of the fraud presented in this video WITHOUT the US petrodollar reserve currency status? Our economy would have tanked long ago and today the US would be a third world country much like Africa.

Keep that in mind as the derailing of our reserve currency status continues via Russia and China (among other rogue nations). Only a matter of time at this point.

Anonymous 08/15/2018 (Wed) 15:46:42 [Preview] No.18200 del
Its even worse. Look at any company or service that is provided FREE MONEY at the expense of taxpayers. This absolutely kills competition in the marketplace, but even more horrifically, it kills all incentive to provide good services or quality products. Think about it. If your a CEO, and you'll keep making profits (from taxpayers thanks to govt subsidies) no matter how bad your service becomes... why would you bother fixing anything? Free money absolutely kills incentive to work hard and make things right, or to satisfy your own consumer base. So what we end up with is a bunch of hand-picked greedy fat cats selected by bureaucrats to run companies who get paid no matter how bad they perform. The result is complete loss of quality, awful management, corruption, shit-produced goods that won't last 2 years and the companies are sucking money from taxpayers' savings so those subsidized companies stay rich no matter how much we hate them. Big bank bailouts, anyone? Hello!? If you hate corporatism in the free market, just wait till corporations are on welfare sponging off your savings with no incentive to improve!

I really wish half of America could realize this and wake up already before its too late.

EU Plans To BAN File Sharing, Mandate Web Filtering Anonymous 06/20/2018 (Wed) 12:59:36 [Preview] No. 17224 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
Considering the EU wants to censor the internet under the guise of 'copyright enforcement' I think it would be a good idea to discuss alternatives to file hosting, such as decentralized P2P clients. I use Soulseek and have tested out Tribler as well. Both are pretty awesome tools. Mostly music is shared with Soulseek but there are movies and TV shows (among other obscure content) being shared among peers as well. Tribler has much more diverse content being shared among peers as it not only works as a P2P but also a Bit Torrent client as well. Both these platforms have their own built-in search engines so you can find the media you want to download. What it comes down to is this: if unelected bureaucrats intend to curb our ability to share media over the web, we will seek alternatives such as node to node communications.



One more thing, private VPN use recommended for security and privacy.
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Anonymous 06/26/2018 (Tue) 11:30:01 [Preview] No.17335 del
An article about this was posted to >>>/news/ and yes, I like this guy a lot. Smart man, doesn't put up with bullshit and corruption like other leaders do.

Good! EU's Massive Internet Censorship Bill Fails To Pass Anonymous 07/05/2018 (Thu) 14:22:18 [Preview] No.17379 del
Good! EU's Massive Internet Censorship Bill Fails To Pass

RELATED: >>>/endtimes/39

The legislative body of the European Union on Thursday voted against a law that would have significantly reformed copyright rules on the internet, Politico reported.

The European Parliament rejected legislation that would have implemented harsher copyright enforcement rules online. Opponents of the measure warned it could alter the future of the web.

The bill, which passed through committee last month, would have required companies like Google and Facebook to buy licenses from news media companies before running links to their stories on their platforms.

It would have also required content uploaded within the EU to be screened for copyright infringement. Opponents of the law argued it would lead to the banishment of “memes” across the internet, though proponents disputed that claim, according to Politico.

The European Parliament rejected the bill, with 318 against it and 278 in favor. Another 31 lawmakers abstained, according to Politico.

The legislation will be sent back to Parliament for further discussion. Lawmakers can submit changes to the bill, which is likely to spark further debate.


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Anonymous 07/05/2018 (Thu) 19:42:53 [Preview] No.17382 del
Big win for internet freedom. We should be celebrating this rather than ignoring it.

Anonymous 08/15/2018 (Wed) 14:45:04 [Preview] No.18198 del
You will find most backups here: >>>/endtimes/39

More alternatives to come in the near future no doubt.

Anonymous 08/15/2018 (Wed) 14:45:27 [Preview] No.18199 del
Here is the perfect solution to a lot of social media censorship: https://riot.im/

You can read a lot about it, it's well documented.

Documentation: https://matrix.org/docs/spec/

Here's a summary: Matrix defines a set of open APIs for decentralised communication, suitable for securely publishing, persisting and subscribing to data over a global open federation of servers with no single point of control. Uses include Instant Messaging (IM), Voice over IP (VoIP) signalling, Internet of Things (IoT) communication, and bridging together existing communication silos - providing the basis of a new open real-time communication ecosystem.

So, you see a general idea of what it is. Now here's the good part. The application [ Riot ] at riot.im is _very_ useful. You can create end-to-end encrypted chats which means no logs and nothing can be read from a 3rd party. Just as well, you can create rooms where people join to chat. It's entirely anonymous, you can sign up for an account at matrix.org using Tor, plus, you can chat while proxied through Tor. So, that also means you could proxy through I2P or something of the sort. Matrix protocol and riot application are very very easy to use and are anonymous to the core.

I suggest that we use this for a number of reasons:

1. Anonymous
2. Decentralized
3. Encrypted (end to end, means no logs)
4. You can host your own node and provide for everyone

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Anonymous 06/12/2018 (Tue) 07:02:31 [Preview] No. 17066 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
Just watched black panther. Not deep or amazing, but I liked it better than any capeshit Ive seen in years. The movie teaches you that choosing leaders by hand to hand combat is retarded, and that you can have the most technologically advanced system but if you have a primative political system you can lose it all.
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Anonymous 08/09/2018 (Thu) 17:38:55 [Preview] No.18084 del
3 Women. Good old film, kinda cornball but great storyline and talented acting. Pinky is an awkward young teen who starts work at a spa in CA. Pinky becomes friends with a fellow spa attendant (Millie), who later allows Pinky to become her next roommate. Tensions begin to rise between Pinky and Millie over their living situation. Quarrels break out between the two regarding past and present male relationships and emotions get to them and they drive each other stir crazy. Not the happiest of endings.

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Anonymous 08/14/2018 (Tue) 16:48:49 [Preview] No.18185 del
Hackers. A classic crime thriller of the 90s. In 1988, 11-year-old Dade "Zero Cool" Murphy is arrested and charged with crashing 1,507 computer systems in a single day and causing a single-day 7-point drop in the New York Stock Exchange. Seven years later, Dade is now living with his divorced mother in New York City under legal supervision and probation. Dade gets a computer for is 18th birthday and starts hacking networks again, and stumbles upon a hacker from his high school "Acid Burn." They begin hacking together for fun and challenges. Later Dade meets new allies as well as enemies. This is where the group of teenage hackers stumble into a mess of unwanted trouble.

Anonymous 08/14/2018 (Tue) 16:53:22 [Preview] No.18186 del
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Hounddog. A modern classic drama based in the late 50s where a young troubled girl growing up in the South discovers a new music idol: Elvis Presley. Her problem is she lives with strict parents and in an even stricter society, many of the moral majority looking down upon rock stars such as Elvis Presley calling him subversive and dangerous. She becomes a runaway destined to find like-minded people only to end up in a whole lot of trouble and meeting the wrong kind of degenerate teenagers who are looking for young prey like her.