Why are you here? What do you want this place to have that others don't? by Zombi in AskSaidIt

[–]JasonCarswell 14 insightful - 2 fun14 insightful - 1 fun15 insightful - 2 fun -  (0 children)

I am not a Redditor. I am a truth seeker. I came here because magnora7, founder of SaidIt, was on some conspirophile podcasts. I'd been planning to find a forum, possibly with voting capabilities, so I could do my projects and present them to the forum for feedback. I was hoping for reasonably neutral and anarcho-truther tollerant. SaidIt is better than that and welcoming to all. I didn't expect to get wrapped up in SaidIt culture but I am now.

Welcome to Saidit.net! by magnora7 in SaidIt

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  • I love the dark theme. Not enough folks include this.

  • I like the emoticon votes. Can you add more. The QxR torrenting group forum features several emoticons with more different values, though without the voting hierarchy. My experience with forums is very limited. I think it might be appropriate here to add a few other icons or searchable tags that might include "trivia" (for notable facts or knowls or info worth keeping that may not be "insights"), "NWO" (open geopolitics, ecconomics, war, police, full spectrum dominance, etc), "spycraft" (secrets, deepstate, covert ops, nefarious methods, etc), "MKUlture" (media analysis, propaganda, brainwashing, psy-ops, drugs, cultural engineering, context), "Alt-History" (truther perspectives, historical revisionism, alternative narratives, etc), "Alt-Solutions" (antiestablishment resistance, resources, solutions, media recommendations, etc.) or whatever. I like that there's no vote war. I think it might be good not to be negative and downvote, but I also think a skeptical emoji or something of a questioning nature should be expressible. Maybe put it to a vote.

  • "SaidIt is completely 100% open source." I love this. I recently overhauled Wikipedia's "open source (disambiguation)" page. For clarification, is it also Libre (FLOSS)? I think that's worth mentioning if it is. Supporting its distinction is very important. See also: Gnu.

  • I'd love to know if SaidIt is interested in decentralizing itself. Not only to distribute and ease band width (should that ever become a problem), but also to avoid hard and soft censorship, not to mention adding a layer of permanence should they ever try to shut down the site. For example, SaidIt could blockchain, bittorrent, and/or webtorrent it's content (text and maybe images) to share archives and/or hosting (without sharing administration controls). Further, SaidIt could be mirrored on ZeroNet or my favourite idea: IPFS. IPFS is being inter-developed with Filecoin, libp2p, IPLD, and Multiformats by Protocol Labs. Steemit has closed proprietary sketchy schemes. IPFS has Filecoin as a practical necessity for maintenance, gear, etc. as well as monetary incentive for content contributors and curators, as well as currency for other applications and markets. The currency incentive corrupts many folks motives (ie. they post crap hoping to earn or rig schemes) but without ads or selling info overhead must be maintained. I haven't heard of any flaws or red flags yet regarding the conceptual theory for IPFS but I'm certainly watching. I'm hoping IPFS or something like it will be the alternative solution we've all be hoping to embrace and evolve past limitations of the Internet.

  • I am not a coder, so the theoretical stuff above may not be as easy as it sounds, and may have flaws or cons I'm unaware of.

  • I have a many other topics I'm passionate about beyond Decentralized Web(s), like trutherism and filmmaking. Further, I hope to bring my 2 projects to SaidIt, if everything works out. I would also be co-developing them with other websites (ie. wiki, images, audio/video, funding/marketing, and publishing). I don't know if these type of crowd source projects would fly at Reddit because I never got into Reddit or Voat to try. It's only because of the Tin Foil Hat show that I know about you. I can only hope for success and do my best but whether my projects actually succeed as intended is beyond me, as are the pros and cons of attracting crowds. If anyone is interested I can briefly outline these semi-related truther projects and/or point you to where I'm currently partially developing them. I won't waste any more of your time unless you ask, so if you're intrigued, please ask me about them.

  • I also have my Wikipedia projects, even though Wikipedia sucks ass, it has a mass audience and great resources.

  • What I can't do on Wikipedia I do on InfoGalactic. For example, I wrote these articles: https://infogalactic.com/info/James_Corbett_(journalist) https://infogalactic.com/info/Tigole https://infogalactic.com/info/WebTorrent

  • These articles were/are severely censored on Wikipedia: https://infogalactic.com/info/InterPlanetary_File_System https://infogalactic.com/info/Lionel_(radio_personality)

  • I didn't know if I could believe the Pedogate stuff and wanted to find a list of elites and their deeds but found none anywhere online, so I started my own list which turned into this article and two lists: https://infogalactic.com/info/Pedophocracy https://infogalactic.com/info/List_of_acknowledged_pedophilia_elites https://infogalactic.com/info/List_of_alleged_pedophilia_elites

  • Those three article/lists are necessary and important but unpleasant so I rarely update them. Typically I avoid such matters. Delving in to research, verify, add citations, etc takes time and energy. I have several other articles that I'd like to share with you all but they are terribly unfinished messes or simple stubs as yet. I collect information as I go and intend to eventually add to and update these articles and so many more - but I only have so much time. Feel free to contribute to them yourselves and/or throw information or constructive criticisms my way.

  • What's the diff between "posts" and "comments"?

  • What's the diff between "conspiracy" and "conspiracyundone"? Seriously. I don't see a diff.

  • Any chance this might be where the Tin Foil Hat podcast researchers hang out? (There's no TFH threads.)

  • Sorry this got so long. I don't know if this forum features folding/collapsing or not. These are just brainstorming ideas, I hope you like and/or don't mind. I don't even know if this is appropriate or rude for voting forums. I'm just very excited and happy to have found you. I don't even know if I'll be posting much. I tend to do things in spurts with big gaps between while I'm onto the next thing.

  • Two weeks seems like a long time. Good thing I'm patient. Peace out. ~ Jason

What conspiracy theory do you believe to be true? by EndlessSunflowers in MeanwhileOnReddit

[–]JasonCarswell 10 insightful - 1 fun10 insightful - 0 fun11 insightful - 1 fun -  (0 children)

-#2 conspiracy theory. control of the narrative. I was thinking on my morning walk today how it is fine to be passionate about your favorite sportsball team or flavor of alcoholic poison - but don't get too excited about fixing serious problems with the structure of the modern mess we're in. pop culture does a good job of keeping millions of minds on the same page.

YES!

You are allowed to believe anything you want, but you are NOT permitted know anything with certainty.

also, #3 = plausible deniability (also Antarctica)

and, #4 - A coincidence, but one of many in our Universe. The moon used to be closer and it's not a perfect fit, though close. There is a pole star, presently.

PSA: Our site culture is dropping. by wizzwizz4 in SaidIt

[–]JasonCarswell 10 insightful - 3 fun10 insightful - 2 fun11 insightful - 3 fun -  (0 children)

I'm gonna vote how I want not how someone tells me is proper.

Unless there are flags, I'll keep voting for everyone on a busy post - even if they are not insightful - because I need to mark them as read.

If you want to change my voting habits then feel free to code and add the features that will encourage better voting from me.

Also while you're at it, I'd love ranked voting, say from 0-10 for both insightful and fun.

Saidit now has over 4000 user accounts! by magnora7 in SaidIt

[–]JasonCarswell 10 insightful - 2 fun10 insightful - 1 fun11 insightful - 2 fun -  (0 children)

Share on SaidIt then share the SaidIt on Reddit. = Reverse Cowpoke.

PSA: Our site culture is dropping. by wizzwizz4 in SaidIt

[–]JasonCarswell 9 insightful - 2 fun9 insightful - 1 fun10 insightful - 2 fun -  (0 children)

Wikipedia sucks ass. They banned me for a year for being "another polite truther". Last week I was trying to add to https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/BitChute and met irrational resistance because they're trying to suppress new freeing technologies like BitChute's Comment Freely app : https://github.com/BitChute/commentfreely

Because it's "not notable". There's a FUCK TONNE on Wikipedia that is not notable.

"Not notable" = weasel words if ever there were.

Former members of other sites, why'd you leave by gloriousArstotzkan in AskSaidIt

[–]JasonCarswell 9 insightful - 1 fun9 insightful - 0 fun10 insightful - 1 fun -  (0 children)

Quora banned me for life without reason or the ability to save my weeks worth of work. I was their #1 NWO guy (not that it means anything) and was strong on 9/11. And I was active in faaar more topics than just conspiracy shit.

Mastodon is new decentralized sort of Twitter-like social media worth checking out. Anyone can host their own feed and co-host others in the Fediverse (I'm new and don't know the correct terms). They've just released a new version : https://blog.joinmastodon.org/2019/01/mastodon-2.7/

Sage wisdom from our favorite socialist.... by howardlong75 in The_Donald

[–]JasonCarswell 8 insightful - 2 fun8 insightful - 1 fun9 insightful - 2 fun -  (0 children)

You mean the corporatocracy of the military industrial complex and the bankers?

Use of Controversial Surveillance Techniques by UK Police is Being Challenged in Landmark Court Case by Kangbanger in privacy

[–]JasonCarswell 8 insightful - 1 fun8 insightful - 0 fun9 insightful - 1 fun -  (0 children)

How about if they claim you said something illegal, whether you did or not?

How about when they pass a law that makes your past illegal and they have it all recorded?

You've visited SaidIt in the past, a known site for commies and terrorists.

If it's all top secret for them and transparent for us they have all the power and no need to justify and we have no tools to refute.

Issue regarding the pornographic rule by HorseMeat in SaidIt

[–]JasonCarswell 8 insightful - 1 fun8 insightful - 0 fun9 insightful - 1 fun -  (0 children)

Keep SaidIt sex free and classy.

Remember to open-mindedly comment on subs with differing narratives! by happysmash27 in SaidIt

[–]JasonCarswell 8 insightful - 3 fun8 insightful - 2 fun9 insightful - 3 fun -  (0 children)

I used to believe in Climate Change. I love the environment, greens, sustainability, etc. Hate pollution, toxins, etc. It was my hardest conspiracy to come to terms with. Really hard.

If you already know the government and media lie to you then you're half way there.

There's a lot of stupid shit the right believes. There's also a lot of stupid shit the left believes. Russiagate is clearly stupid. (There's actually a much deeper real Russiagate that is VERY different than the bullshit on MSM.)

Just as Russiagate is nonsense for the left so is Climate Change. Science is never settled. Scientism is a blind faith in whatever authorities tell you and it has taken over this planet. Science needs to be an open process or it's all just proprietary secrets in good faith by corrupt corporations.

I used to believe everyone who didn't buy into Climate Change was stupid or worked for Big Oil. That may be the case sometimes but there is a third non-partisan way. Once you realize the whole think is a politically loaded weapon you can step back and actually look at the pros and cons.

Same thing with vaccines and 5G radiation. Or all this sexism, racism, SJW-ness, and censorship crap.

We're being played. If we let them.

How Big Oil Conquered the World - a 2015 documentary, is a contextual history and critical analysis of the petroleum and banking monopolies. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ySnk-f2ThpE

Why Big Oil Conquered the World - a 2017 documentary, is a contextual history and critical analysis of the petroleum and banking monopolies, their development of eugenics, the overpopulation myth, and the manufactured climate change scare, in order to dominate and control every aspect of our lives. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0wlNey9t7hQ

/s/science/comments/dsy/the_crisis_of_science_the_corbett_report_20190222/

/s/science/comments/f9t/dissecting_the_crisis_of_science_andrea_saltelli/

/s/science/comments/gzh/solutions_open_science_corbett_report/

/s/technology/comments/ii7/the_hard_road_to_technocratic_world_order_corbett/

Every time they mention the failures of modern science, the lack of a valid testing method, or vaccines, often if you substitute with "Climate Change" you'll find that it fits too an the "science" is very much faith-based. And because it's flimsy and because they have ulterior motives, they need to shut all skepticism down ASAP. And this time it's worse than lying about tobacco.

/s/Health/comments/ik1/vaxxed_axed_as_adam_schiff_tries_to_control_your/

/s/Documentaries/comments/16m/vaxxed_from_cover_up_to_catastrophe_full_movie/

/s/Health/comments/ifr/del_bigtree_vaccine_deception_big_pharma_what_the/

/s/science/comments/g5d/free_speech_and_shutting_down_the_vaccine_debate/