StandUpWindsor 2022-05-21 Picnic Promo (1:30) ~ Jason Carswell by JasonCarswell in StandUpWindsor

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Great video. Well written too. I like the "silence is yellow" shot.

The Linux Security Circus: On GUI isolation by LarrySwinger2 in Linux

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Have you read the article? It's an issue in xorg.

The Linux Security Circus: On GUI isolation by LarrySwinger2 in Linux

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Oh, I forgot to put this in the title, but this article is from 2011.

The Linux Security Circus: On GUI isolation by LarrySwinger2 in Linux

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I lol'd. Spot on.

Large Saidit "S" logo? by One_Jack_Move in SaidIt

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There are a few old ones here. That's all I can do. I'm sure m7 has a high res picture, and maybe /u/JasonCarswell has it as well.

Is being aggressive a requirement for getting women in the West? by trident765 in nonmorons

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"What do you like about me?"

"Well, people like you have been advertized to me my entire life!"

Is being aggressive a requirement for getting women in the West? by trident765 in nonmorons

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Are there cultures where a man can get a wife without being aggressive?

Yes. Any culture where marriages are arranged.

It looks like Russia is in the "accusations" phase of holding tribunals for crimes against humanity. Unethical bioweapons research on Ukranians . . . by USA ? by iamonlyoneman in whatever

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Russian Ministry of Defense dropped a THERMONUCLEAR BOMB... shell of a statement.

Social Media by Questionable in conspiracy

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I almost went to Castlefest once but couldn't go, and it doesn't interest me as much anymore. It's funny how people from abroad look at it, though. Because the option was always there for me, it never struck me as something particularly special. I guess I'm not as enthusiastic about fantasy as many others - I never liked the Lord of the Rings films either.

Social Media by Questionable in conspiracy

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I don't really think the Christianity is the major theme in Hail Caesar, the proletariat screen writers, and the easily duped actor I think is a bigger theme.

Can those really be called themes, though? I think of them simply as plot points.

Barton Fink deals with I guess a Judaeo-Christian theme but but it really is more like Karma.

Barton Fink is in part why I noted the Coen brothers' Jewishness, but even moreso because of A Serious Man. Karma-like mechanics are even more present in that film.

That movie leaves you with a lot to wrestle with, well me anyway.

Pun intended?

How "Jewish" are they though? I guess they are culturally Jewish, but are they religious?

When I say someone is Jewish, I don't necessarily mean they're religious; about half of the Jews are religious. I don't think the Coen brothers are religious. There are other films that have religious or spiritual themes even though the director is agnostic; examples are Pulp Fiction and Pi.

But back to A Serious Man. Kabbalah, which is Judaism's mystical dimension, plays a big role in it, and they must have spent a considerable time studying it. They were probably exposed to it during childhood, as they were reared by religious parents, and must've maintained an interest in it into adulthood, regardless of whether or not they remained observant Jews. Perhaps it became more of an academic interest. I've studied kabbalah, and I was reminded of this film constantly.

Deletionpedia - rescuing articles from Wikipedia's deletionism by TheRealPanzer in Internet

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Can't they just store deltas and generate the versions based on that? And they do have the funds, as Panzer pointed out.

Also, do you have a source on the actual deletion of old revisions, plus details about their deletion strategy? I can't find anything about it.

2000 Mules - Full Documentary by JasonCarswell in Documentaries

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They aren't giving it away for free, these are pirate copies...

2000 Mules by x0x7 in Documentaries

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Shill, begone!

Fluent Reader is a secure cross-platform news aggregator that has useful privacy features such as deletion of cookies on exit, strict content security policies (CSP) and proxy support, meaning you can use it over Tor. by TheRealPanzer in privacy

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It's modern, also in the sense that the interface has to hijack your attention. I'd rather use Seamonkey, that can also be used over Tor and has the option to delete cookies on exit.

Bill Cooper says the Pope is in charge of the New World Order on his radio show(1996) [3.13] by doginventer in conspiracy

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Don't believe nothing

That's a double negative, so it means you have to believe in at least one thing. That's solid life advice. Everyone needs something they can believe in.

Social Media by Questionable in conspiracy

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Chantard means someone who browses 4chan. (It's a neutral term, not a derogatory one.)

I suppose the Netherlands isn't nearly as polarized as the US (which I'm going to assume you're from; correct me if I'm wrong). When I think about tribes, I think primarily around communities who establish themselves around some interest, not about left or right wing politics. I've never stumbled upon any left or right wing group IRL in my entire life.

Social Media by Questionable in conspiracy

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Indeed it is. I absolutely adore the Coen brothers, and this is one of their better ones if you ask me. What the film tells me: we can only get so far by relying on reason alone, and at one point we have to go by intuition and have faith that, in spite of all the risks, we should act morally and resist temptation in whatever form it comes. The directors are Jewish, and they portray a Jewish mindset in other films, but in this one they take on Christianity and they did a perfect job. What are your favourite films by them?

Cloudflare Is Blocking Firefox Forks Waterfox Classic and Pale Moon by TheRealPanzer in Internet

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Well, have fun filling out 100 captchas per browsing session. And it won't even make an impact when people do it individually; it should be coordinated. Tor Browser uses a standardized UA. I think it's better to encourage people to use that one, or simply to use the Tor Browser itself. I believe Librewolf uses the same UA.

Social Media by Questionable in conspiracy

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No, that isn't it. I find it easy to strike up conversations IRL as well, but nonetheless my tribe is online on forums like this one, or among the type of people that visit 4chan. I want to be able to say things like "covid psy-op" without making people frown. I know individuals who live in truth, but you won't stumble upon entire groups of such people IRL. The recalcitrant nature of chantards is what naturally makes them resist cough it measures; no-one has to educate them. That's why they're my tribe.

Social Media by Questionable in conspiracy

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Social Media by Questionable in conspiracy

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But IRL people are normies to whom the MSM narratives are real. It's good to know real people, but it still isn't an escape from an artificial world / the matrix.

Cloudflare Is Blocking Firefox Forks Waterfox Classic and Pale Moon by TheRealPanzer in Internet

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Yeah, that'll teach 'em.

I was on an SSRI called Sertraline for over a decade, all while I was under the age of 19. I identified as "aroace" (asexual and incapable of love) from 12 to 18, and still have very little sensation in my genitals because of what Sertraline did to me. This post checks out. by CleverFoolOfEarth in CorruptScience

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Okay. For a moment it sounded like you were trying it by yourself. I've seen that go wrong with people near me, hence my concern.

Why have forums *including this one and similar types* have morphed into news links and news bots now hindering all discussion? by [deleted] in AskSaidIt

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Have you read my post at all?

Why have forums *including this one and similar types* have morphed into news links and news bots now hindering all discussion? by [deleted] in AskSaidIt

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Yes, this is a problem. Forums modeled after Reddit are link aggregators, which was a novel idea back in 2005, but which isn't designed to facilitate in-depth discussion. It's my goal to bring back traditional discussion forums. I've set up a phpBB forum called Rabbit Hole and you can visit it at https://rabbithole.wf. However, it isn't active right now and I'm not promoting. It has to be polished first. Right now it's a hidden service, and the URL redirects you to a tor2web bridge, but that produces ugly URLs. Please stay tuned for this. There are some other priorities I have to focus on right now, but with regards to being of service to this community, this is one of the higher priorities.

Taking breaks from the Internet is a good idea regardless.

I was on an SSRI called Sertraline for over a decade, all while I was under the age of 19. I identified as "aroace" (asexual and incapable of love) from 12 to 18, and still have very little sensation in my genitals because of what Sertraline did to me. This post checks out. by CleverFoolOfEarth in CorruptScience

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Don't figure out how to get off them by yourself. Do it under the guidance of your doctor. Yes, doctors got you on them in the first place, but they can help you get off them as well.

Mouthy Buddha's In Depth Exploration of Pedogate by LarrySwinger2 in pedogate

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This is one of the best presentations of Pedogate that I've stumbled upon.

Part 2

Part 3

Mouthy Buddha's In Depth Exploration of Pedogate by LarrySwinger2 in conspiracy

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This is one of the best presentations of Pedogate that I've stumbled upon.

Part 2

Part 3

Why the fediverse is stuck. by fschmidt in programming

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Check out Movim, a social network built on XMPP.

FilePizza - a free peer-to-peer file transfers in your browser by TheRealPanzer in Internet

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That name and logo aren't suspicious at all. Not the least bit.

Isaac Kappy was suicided after exposing paedophilia in Hollywood. His Wikipedia page was deleted three days later for 'not being notable'. by LarrySwinger2 in conspiracy

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I wonder if Elon will allow this type of politically expedient content to be posted on Twitter if the sale closes.

Here's a hint. Also, two of the people you're paging are shills. (socks and jet199.)

Isaac Kappy was suicided after exposing paedophilia in Hollywood. His Wikipedia page was deleted three days later for 'not being notable'. by LarrySwinger2 in conspiracy

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The cat's out of the bag. Thank you for sharing this, TooTall424, saiditter for 9 days.

Isaac Kappy was suicided after exposing paedophilia in Hollywood. His Wikipedia page was deleted three days later for 'not being notable'. by LarrySwinger2 in conspiracy

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Some people are more open to things they haven't heard before. They become curious and want to hear the arguments before dismissing it. I think that's the key component of intelligence that can make people conspiracy aware. There are other types of intelligence that can help you succeed at university, while you'll remain asleep your entire life.

Isaac Kappy was suicided after exposing paedophilia in Hollywood. His Wikipedia page was deleted three days later for 'not being notable'. by LarrySwinger2 in conspiracy

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Check the domain name. It's an encyclopaedia dedicated to the deep state and related information.

Can we make a list of all the red flags/inconsistencies that led people to believe the Covid/vax hysteria is nonsense? by curious2 in whatever

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Actually I meant after him taking office. There were statistics that showed the supposed cases going to negligible numbers right after he took office. I don't know what the messaging in the MSM was like at that time, though. I only meant to imply it was a temporary disappearance; they bring it back when they feel like it.

Can we make a list of all the red flags/inconsistencies that led people to believe the Covid/vax hysteria is nonsense? by curious2 in whatever

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I'm picking these based on how absurd it felt, not on how good evidence they are. Although many of these are good evidence as well. An early one was when I heard David Icke say there is no virus, backing it up with a report of his conversations with Andrew Kaufman, and that the mortality in Europe was (at that time, April 2020 or so) not any lower than in previous years. I'm not saying the former is true, and I'm unsure about the latter, but it convinced me that I didn't have to worry about being infected. Furthermore:

  • simply the degree to which the MSM has always been lying. 9/11.
  • the swine flu farce. I was reminded of this immediately.
  • inflation of death toll
  • dancing nurses. (They would never have had time for that under normal circumstances, let alone amidst a supposed pandemic)
  • trucks that were supposed to contain dead bodies but were actually part of a psy-op
  • empty hospitals
  • Sars-cov-2 at least being from 2018, as material collected from a lake showed (iffy one, because Sars-cov-2 hasn't even been shown to exist)
  • Covid being less deadly than the 2017/2018 flu epidemic
  • Various animals, plants, and lifeless material testing positive
  • Sweden
  • smirking Bill & Melinda Gates
  • the absurd shift of focus toward George Floyd right when anger over lockdowns threatened to unite the people
  • condoning BLM protests, as you mention
  • lack of infections after protests, in spite of all the warnings
  • leaked government reports about how to scare the masses into complying
  • the idea that you have to get tested even if you don't show any symptoms
  • censorship of skeptical content from Youtube, Twitter, Facebook
  • The Great Barrington Declaration
  • suppression of HCQ, ivermectine, and vitamin D
  • using ice cream to lure kids into getting jabbed
  • the CDC no longer counting flu deaths "due to the ongoing Covid pandemic". Supposedly, social distancing eliminated the flu, but not Covid itself.
  • the flu vaccines being continued nonetheless in 2021
  • disappearance of Covid after Biden's election

So simply stated. by LarrySwinger2 in whatever

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Of course, that's what you take away from this...

Traditional media by LarrySwinger2 in Terminology

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I've thought of yet another alternative: normie news.

DC area (don't hate me) fellow entering the site. by [deleted] in Introductions

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DC area? I think I've spotted another commie, guys! Tackle him at sight!

What if governments learned from the MKUltra experiments in the 50's that trauma allows you to control people, so they purposely orchestrate disastrous events to keep their citizens afraid + dependent on them, and that's one of the reasons that mental illness has been rising? lol - Trevor Moore by Orangutan in conspiracy

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Yes they are. Victims of satanic ritual abuse often come back to their abusers due to the mind control. Sirhan Sirhan is another vivid example of mind control that allows us to peek into that world.

And disastrous events do condition the masses. We went through the biggest psy-op in history during the last two years.

/u/mittens is under investigation for pedo activites and has been barred from using the internet. by dickring in whatever

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Where's the downvote button?

As they say in France by aaarrgh in whatever

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Allah hu akbar, come visit my snackbar.

The internet and quantum physics are causing this by EGGMONSTER in whatever

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We know it's you, Ed.

RT Head Slammed For Shameless Defense of Russian Censorship by jet199 in censorship

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Head slammed? That must hurt.

s/IdFuckHer Shadowbanned from Saidit despite not breaking the rules by HongKongPhooey in censorship

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the sub was banned because it sucks

The most Gatekept “conspiracy” by ShaGuar in conspiracy

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WHY by AnimeRespecter in women

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Suckless.org's list of software that rocks by LarrySwinger2 in nonmorons

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Suckless.org provides tools with a focus on simplicity, clarity and frugality. Here's their philosophy.

Why Blacks Average IQ is 15 Points Below Whites by MagicMike in SaidIt

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Gizmo takes the high ground by [deleted] in cats

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Upvote for Mittens post.

What's your iq? by yabbit in AskSaidIt

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tree fiddy

Was It People or Was It, Aliens? by KateWilson in Togetherforever

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I put the, comma at a random spot.

Show this to people who claim there's not a problem with nazis in ukraine by iamonlyoneman in whatever

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I like that sub. We should invite them here.

There's another sub about women: /s/women by LarrySwinger2 in XXs

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We don't go in there, we just peep through a crack.

Evidence Shows The OJ Simpson Trial And Murders Were FAKED! (Miles Mathis paper) by LarrySwinger2 in conspiracy

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/s/Mittens I believe this topic is of interest to you.

Railway map of Antarctica by Chipit in maps

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Such a mysterious continent. It's the only one you wouldn't recognize by shape, because most maps display it differently. The habit to lay it out flatly also hides it, in a way. It's like there's a whole other world out there that we all forgot about.

There's another sub about women: /s/women by LarrySwinger2 in XXs

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Just FYI.

In Depth: How Israel Created the European Refugee Crisis by pcpmasterrace in conspiracy

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Actually, it's what happens when jews turn their back on their own God and start worshiping Satan.

Where/how can I shill my sub on saidit? How much shilling is too much? by Kuasocto in AskSaidIt

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Well, feel free to advertize it.

Where/how can I shill my sub on saidit? How much shilling is too much? by Kuasocto in AskSaidIt

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It's a general problem with Saidit: all new subs would require individual advertising, but the site isn't big enough for that to be worth the trouble. There's this page with new subs; your sub has already gained visibility there. I wonder how many people even browse that page, though. You can advertize it on /s/DiscoverSaidit for an extra boost. (I didn't mention that sub in the first place because it only has 100 subscribers. For it to be effective, I'd have to advertize that sub, but I don't think it's worth the trouble. It's better than nothing, though.)

What's needed for real change... by EddieC in WritingsOnTheWall

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I think you should be more clear and elaborate. You're packaging your ideas in a Twitter-friendly way even though this isn't Twitter, and you're doing it at the cost of content. There isn't a single takeaway for me. Lines that break randomly, hashtags instead of regular words, and a lack of punctuation... Have you considered writing prose?

So they're bagging up cats in Shanghai now by iamonlyoneman in NoNewNormal

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The cat's out of the bag.

Where/how can I shill my sub on saidit? How much shilling is too much? by Kuasocto in AskSaidIt

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My advice is to advertize it outside of Saidit. On Reddit, for example. The Saidit userbase isn't too big, and there are especially few people who'd be interested in a sub like that, I presume.

Do you think we entered an alt dimension in 2012 when the Mayan Calander ended? by [deleted] in conspiracy

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The Mayan calendar is cyclical. Also, this can at best be a symbolical truth, but mostly it's meaningless. The content, in this case, lies with morality, drug addiction, power, etc., and has little to do with Mayans. Pinpointing 2012 as the year that a definitive turn was made, is arbitrary.

After 15 years reddit banned my account by dissidentrhetoric in whatever

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Well, they finally did it. They killed your fucking car.

OurTube is a YouTube Clone built on top of Polygon network, that allows users to create, share and watch videos, without worrying about their privacy. by TheRealPanzer in privacy

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Is the communist undertone intended?

Why do alt news sites use Disqus a very VERY ultra left platform? by [deleted] in AskSaidIt

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You don't have visibility there.

Fmr CDC Director: Bird Flu is the Real Pandemic - C19 was just practice by zyxzevn in NoNewNormal

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Jeez, I wonder whose alt account this is...

Liek Dis If U Cri Everytiem by Rastafoo in memes

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2010 called...

Even lemmy.ml declined me by binaryblob in Introductions

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Is it really your intention to join a communist community, like HKP said? If so, there are other instances, such as Lemmygrad. Since it's federated, you can participate with the entire network (or at least the ones that are federated with Lemmygrad) from there.

a chat post made by d3rr, a senior admin of this site: by skank in whatever

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Fuck off already.

20 Facts About The Emerging Global Food Shortage That Should Chill You To The Core by Drewski in collapse

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Where can I find pro-Putin or pro-Russia t-shirts? by fschmidt in AskSaidIt

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Just order a shirt with custom printing.

Where are all the lawsuits against all the medical malpractice in the last 2 years? by magnora7 in whatever

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I'm disappointed by how little I found. If you listen to the livestreams, would you mind summarizing them for us?

Where are all the lawsuits against all the medical malpractice in the last 2 years? by magnora7 in whatever

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Reiner Füllmich is the obvious one to follow. I found this website about their grand jury. The strange thing is that I only find livestreams, no formal, legal updates published as text. I can't watch their livestreams right now. The folks at Cutting through the Fog speculate that Füllmich is controlled opposition. Those people say that about everyone, but then again, Füllmich has acted suspiciously in the past, slandering a potential Dutch partner without apparent cause (by calling them controlled opposition, which is a hallmark sign that they themselves are controlled opposition). This coverage says there are legal actions in South Africa, India, Poland, and Canada, and that Bill Gates faces the death penalty in India (which doesn't matter because he doesn't have to go there). That information is supposed to be found in a Füllmich video from 4 February or briefly before that, although the article doesn't link to it.

"Remove It Before You Use The Phone!" Edward Snowden 2022 by asterias in privacy

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Yes, they were, but that was about BBM i.e. they can access communications stored on their servers, just like with Prism. There are also exploits for all the older BlackBerries that use BlackBerry OS. I believe they can steal your data remotely if you're a target. That's something different, though, and didn't require any keys from BlackBerry. But they created a special, hardened BlackBerry for Obama when he was president, because of these exploits. BlackBerry was never as secure as we'd like to think. But all of this has nothing to do with the Android BlackBerries, so it doesn't answer my question.