DuckDuckGo is now the second most popular search engine in the West by [deleted] in Internet
[–]blowininthewind 3 insightful - 2 fun3 insightful - 1 fun4 insightful - 1 fun4 insightful - 2 fun - 6 months ago (0 children)
jewgle...is this what we decide to call it now? lol
After the Argentinan farming communities started using Monsanto products on 1996 the country started having a lot of cases of hypothyroidism, chronic respiratory illnesses and different types of cancer. by HibikiBlack in conspiracy
[–]blowininthewind 1 insightful - 1 fun1 insightful - 0 fun2 insightful - 0 fun2 insightful - 1 fun - 6 months ago (0 children)
and..the only guy (well that i know of) who's done a nontrivial alternative (https://www.wikiwand.com/en/Yuan_Longping) died a while ago.
SaidIt team changes June 2021 by d3rr in SaidIt
[–]blowininthewind 2 insightful - 1 fun2 insightful - 0 fun3 insightful - 0 fun3 insightful - 1 fun - 7 months ago (0 children)
can we get a gofundme campaign or something? it'd be a couple dozen bucks to maintain such a site's servers i think but programmers' time cost a lot. so perhaps we can have something like wikipedia that has salary for its ten core members.
Come spam the BanSaidit Discord Server! :D by MisterQ in whatever
the link says 'invalid invitation' now btw
Old Time Rock & Roll
7 months ago by blowininthewind to /s/music from youtube.com
DEF CON 24 - Hunter Scott - RT to Win: 50 lines of Python made me the luckiest guy on Twitter
7 months ago by blowininthewind to /s/technology from youtube.com
some thought on the current state of security at a very high level
7 months ago by blowininthewind to /s/technology from self.technology
What would be your reaction if Aliens are confirmed real? by radicalcentrist in debatealtright
[–]blowininthewind 1 insightful - 1 fun1 insightful - 0 fun2 insightful - 0 fun2 insightful - 1 fun - 7 months ago (0 children)
wow, hidden score.
anyways, it's good that you do have faith. i mean if you really do, that's great.
Tolkien Not Orwell Understood Modern Surveillance Best by Entropick in Surveillance
orwell is just the first among a lot of things, taught huxley, and put modern surveillance into vivid stories.
UK bill allowing for child spies is ‘really quite Orwellian’ by Optimus85 in Surveillance
well there is https://www.wikiwand.com/en/Melita_Norwood
Is civil war in our future? by atrust in whatever
not in the near future.
but given enough time it seems some kinda decay is inevitable.
Maus by Art Spiegelman by [deleted] in Comics
this, along with 'american gods', and 'i grew up in iran' are all pretty good comics.
Gay Teen Worried He Might Be Christian by ActuallyNot in whatever
[–]blowininthewind 3 insightful - 2 fun3 insightful - 1 fun4 insightful - 1 fun4 insightful - 2 fun - 7 months ago (0 children)
reminds me of a south park episode
Massive amount of JIDF Zionist shills and trolls are starting to take over Saidit; none of them follow the Pyramid of Debate by Jesus in AskSaidIt
A million French citizens have signed the second letter by active soldiers by Ethnocrat in debatealtright
"Our elders are right": new military forum alerting to the risk of "civil war" in France
"Our elders are right": new military forum alerting to the risk of "civil war" in France
wow that sounds really serious
What do we do about the inevitability of increasing false flags and staged events that sour the normie populace on dissident ideas? by send_nasty_stuff in debatealtright
i think nobody's a real fool, and nobody is a real genius either. some ppl looked more than their peers would and found something but eventually we all learn. because humans are similar, which means their desires, fears, and plans are similar.
The Great Acceleration by Ethnocrat in debatealtright
when the history of the 21st century was written, two words dwarf all the ongoing debates (gun, abortion, race, lgbt, etc.): oil and water.
and probably AI too, for that matter.
there's a term in philosophy called the 'other'. the 'other' is basically another being that's as intelligent and volicious as oneself. there's an innate fear to the 'other', as a famous quote from literature puts it: 'other people are hell'. i'm sure if we meet a brand new 'other', we'd get the same effect.
more bleak views have came out recently (three-body problem trilogy), claiming that the universe is basically a free-for-all.
from what we know, if they exist at all, aliens are far more advanced than us, having politics that's at least as mature as ours, and is generally leaving us alone.
the best case scenario is that alien life we know are far less advanced than us.
then there's AI, which is making very rapid progress.
'no one entertains the thought that maybe God does not believe in you.'
Judea wages anal jihad on Japan, demands it become more anal friendly by casparvoneverec in debatealtright
'cultural degeneracy and cult of self mutilation' is more a universal phenomenon though. if you read history you'd see that every great nation reaches that point which they believe they're invincible and it's all downhill from there.
now i don't think this is the case for america in the near future. japan and china have definitely had those moments.
To any new nationalists: Telegram and Gab are now essential in getting involved. Here are a very small selection of links to nationalist communities. by Oingo in debatealtright
telegram might not be as private as it sounds though just wanna point that out.
Incels by weasel in debatealtright
They obviously shouldn't reproduce, since that would severely corrupt the gene pool
They obviously shouldn't reproduce, since that would severely corrupt the gene pool
eh that's eugenic and thus fascist
Queen ditches 'never complain, never explain' policy: After the row over Harry and Meghan calling their daughter Lilibet, the Palace will no longer let mistruths go unchallenged by purelingot in debatealtright
that crown's getting heavier and heavier.
European favorability of Israel is collapsing by Bagarmoossen in debatealtright
the future of the state of israel is not very predictable, as they did not build a lasting empire in the past. on the other hand they did do a lot of amazing things during last couple of decades. to revive poland after some hundreds of years is a miracle already, yet israel is way beyond that.
Searching google images for "white people" brings all anti-white sources and almost all blacks by peaceful in debatealtright
interesting how duckduckgo also returned a lot of colored people: https://duckduckgo.com/?q=white+people&t=h_&va=b&iax=images&ia=images
How Wikipedia's "Scientific Racism" article is viewed around the world. by radicalcentrist in debatealtright
perhaps a big lesson went unmentioned here is that translation software is your friend.
[–]blowininthewind 1 insightful - 2 fun1 insightful - 1 fun2 insightful - 1 fun2 insightful - 2 fun - 7 months ago (0 children)
also why is debatealtright sub gone?
South Park: La resistance
18yrs Football player, arrested for beating his date to death after realizing 'she was a man' by AziBase in news
yeah, this is ok though. otherwise it'd be khomeini's honorable murder laws.
This war is not against Hitler or National Socialism, but against the strength of the German people, which is to be smashed once and for all, regardless of whether it is in the hands of Hitler or a Jesuit priest. -Winston Churchill. by HibikiBlack in conspiracy
kinda lone source (maybe it's because i'm using google) here
quite interesting though.
Duckduckgo is owned by the Jew Weinberg and actively censors anti-Zionist posts from search results by Jesus in conspiracy
i'm gonna say there's reasonable doubt about this though: this could be a specific group's SEO campaign though. last time i checked twitter with neutral terms like 'israel palestine conflict' and such the first image was labelled 'israel's list' right next to a schindler's list shot.
there is a slight decline (perhaps i did not dig deep enough) in trust towrad ddg in the recent years though.
Daring to Criticize Fraudci Is A Political Attack on Science ITSELF by Enza in politics
[–]blowininthewind 3 insightful - 1 fun3 insightful - 0 fun4 insightful - 0 fun4 insightful - 1 fun - 7 months ago (0 children)
eh...isn't science about being skeptical and falsifiability and all that?
whatifalthist is a truly great channel
7 months ago by blowininthewind to /s/politics from self.politics
Vietnam admits deploying bloggers to support the Communist Party's policies, operates a network of nearly 1,000 "public opinion shapers". (BBC 2013) by HibikiBlack in conspiracy
this feels like a really dangerous trend. because groups will form and eventually there won't be any 'ungrouped' individuals to profit off of or to blame for and the groups collide.
Biden's $15 minimum wage would cost 1.4 million jobs: CBO by video2 in whatever
correct me if i'm wrong, but i think isolationism is bipartisan. biden leads the last bunch of people against them.
Hacker Controlled Up to 27% of Tor Network to Steal Cryptocurrency by Hrusk in TechSec
remember how DES was broken? i 'member
I am beginning to lose interest in the forum. by crackerjack in whatever
have had some similar feeling.
but still, reddit is not freedom.
but i think another shutdown will really hurt saidit
Biden Absurdly Claims 'White Supremacy' is Bigger Terrorism Threat Than ISIS or Al Qaeda by scrubking in politics
go join a cult and stop using that name plz.
along with Jasoncarswell, you guys are obsessive. my hands are numb typing up replies even though i code for a living.
[–]blowininthewind 2 insightful - 3 fun2 insightful - 2 fun3 insightful - 2 fun3 insightful - 3 fun - 7 months ago* (0 children)
fucking chill already. i'm just a layperson who think about these things a lot and have some ideas about where things might go from here.
aaron became aaron because he wrote a lot of useful code, made a lot of real effort to change the world. from a very early age he excelled at both of these, and thus people made a documentary about him, the internet's own son. so when he's thirty years old, some of his programs became standards of the internet, and some of his ideas became congressional bills (SOPA, i think, look at his wikipedia page, or .gov page if you don't trust wikipedia).
if you really want to mold the world by your will, earn some serious money, write some really nice code, develop neat pieces of technology. then you have a real say in this world. because you can give your money away and become a part of an interest group or you can use your technology to gain productivity at scale.
humanity 101: we value productivity. whomever provides we respect.
dude, chill. if you're interested in this kinda stuff, maybe i'd use ray and delegate a part of the compute for training onto your machine. otherwise, mind your own biz, i'm sure it's not politics lol.
[–]blowininthewind 2 insightful - 2 fun2 insightful - 1 fun3 insightful - 1 fun3 insightful - 2 fun - 7 months ago (0 children)
i'm only repackaging very well known stuff, bert, gpt, etc. basically all the sota nlg stuff if you're in this business. just today i saw something new and popular coming up along these lines.
Because you haven't skeptically researched it. Once you start it all becomes very clear very quickly.
Because you haven't skeptically researched it. Once you start it all becomes very clear very quickly.
scapegoats are used throughout history. if you read memoirs like the forgotten soldier (guy sajer), you'd find that germans are quite egalitarian among themselves (sajer himself has both french and german blood but you can still feel the egalitarian kinda atmosphere between the soldiers, the german home front commoners, etc.). so the only way to rally them up for war is to find such a scapegoat. and then there's chomsky, who's stance on israel is quite well known and is much much more well-read than many history professors i think. go search holocaust on chomsky.info.
i can only respond loosely to the other comments. but basically it's like this: a bat caught a cold, or something else, and suddenly the world is a much more dangerous place for many very well-off humans. twitter and facebook happened and the russians learnt SEO and suddenly trump was president. the black swans are creeping up to every aspect of our lives.
The FBI operated an 'encrypted' chat app for organized criminals by Drewski in technology
why some privacy solutions moved slightly away from duckduckgo and very much away from telegram? idk. computer security is fun at first then it just becomes a messy, hard thing. perhaps i'm not passionate enough for it.
this is hilarious (i think this is posted on hacker news today)
Documents revealed how the CIA worked behind the scenes to influence the media including 800 major movies and over 1,000 TV titles. by HibikiBlack in conspiracy
be sure to download the documentary on thepiratebay.org by searching that name!
saidit chat bot
sure, i'd spend some free time to make a saidit bot then. here's the project link: https://github.com/simin75simin/saiditchatbot i've wanted to do this kinda thing for a long time, machine speech is not good.
if you're a reader and not a commenter be sure to check out my libgen mass book downloading project: https://github.com/simin75simin/libgencrawl
actual reddit news sub (from reveddit.com)
7 months ago by blowininthewind to /s/WatchRedditDie from ibb.co
no, i know how gpt works, along with textgan, bert, etc. used to make money doing that, offering people 'advice' (i feel bad but it's money) when it's really just generated text. if you doubt me, i can make a bot that does low-frequency chatting on saidit, and post the link to you. now, the reason you know that i'm not is because my speech varies too much to be classified as that. these language models generate text based on previous text generated in the short task, which gives the text a very connected feeling.
if you don't care, others will. many cared about aaron's cause, for example. but to me you cannot even define the term 'Zionist supremacy' to me. a political movement must have words backing it up. so furthermore i don't think whatever that's related to 'Zionist supremacy' would succeed because not much thought have been put into it.
well how would you know that, right? opinions get together to form more opinions, then they eventually form groups, like stars from gas clouds. but if they're not rooted in facts, they'll stray further and further away from reality and eventually become ineffective, gets thrown away by the future.
[–]blowininthewind 2 insightful - 2 fun2 insightful - 1 fun3 insightful - 1 fun3 insightful - 2 fun - 7 months ago* (0 children)
i don't think holocaust is a huge exaggeration, in that the allies have no need to exaggerate it at its discovery in '45. the allies knew from world war 1 that it's best to heal the wounds than tear your opponent apart, as france did to germany in the inter-war period. hence the marshal plan, the democratic germany PM's kneeling, the EU, etc. under this narrative it'd be best for the allies to downplay the holocaust. i think the fifties is a moment when good miraculously won over the evil.
as to our different view on history, here's what i think: vietnam turned capitalist, russia turned capitalist, the brilliant cccp scientists failed to produce a good computer that lasted til this day, americans and the west produced the backbone of the brand new computer industry by freely roaming around, really. china turned capitalist, cuba is now opening up. on the other side look at iran, north korea. all the balkan states are capitalist now. seriously the only social democracies that is genuinely good are all in northern europe.
oftentimes history is like: i planned this, then that happened, so the entire thing becomes another, totally unexpected thing. why? because history runs in parallel. a million things are happening simultaneously and you never know which ten of them is going to determine the main course of the future.
feel like i must repost this after a couple of months, too many logical fallacies
7 months ago by blowininthewind to /s/politics from is2.4chan.org
Chinese dissident artist Ai Weiwei says he’s hypocritically been removed from a British exhibition because he chose to design a piece that addressed WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange’s incarceration in a London prison by [deleted] in censorship
everybody wants freedom, but those who get it eventually throw it away for a better cage.
we approach God by doing this i think. in computer language, we call this actor critic. that's kinda the upside of this.
"Let them have marriage. Who cares what 2 consenting adults do in their own home!" by Tarrock in politics
'when political & economic freedom declines, sexual freedom increases' -- huxley, brave new world
King County is first in the country to ban facial recognition software by RuckusChan in technology
maybe banning is not a good idea, as there are much stronger open source alternatives
but it's hard not imagine anything good coming out of living with those technologies, other than vr porn.
Intolerant Woke by Dinosaurysus in MeanwhileOnReddit
[–]blowininthewind 5 insightful - 1 fun5 insightful - 0 fun6 insightful - 0 fun6 insightful - 1 fun - 7 months ago (0 children)
i think the fate of a nation rests on its centrists. those are the serious people. it's sad to see them fade into obscurity.
Fraud Fauci now Recommends Eye Masks so you Can't Read his Leaked Emails by scrubking in politics
eh, posting this kinda news is not effective though, in that centrists (ppl the right & left grabs from) might think the poster is, well, stupid.
for mocking fauci, sure. but perhaps make an onion article and link to that one.
Following The Leaked Emails, Fauci Hires A Specialist To Set Up A Private Email Server by Drewski in funny
idk, security is a wooden barrel, the weakest link determines the whole thing's strength. if he's using windows 10, for example, he's doomed. if using mac, maybe but still quite doomed considering his high value.
Really Makes You Think by Tarrock in politics
capital seeks rent. sociology & economics 101. if one day the middle east becomes africa, they'd ignore them. vice versa.
El Salvador looks to become the first country to adopt bitcoin as legal tender by Drewski in cryptocurrency
more tourists to come
"If we’ve been bamboozled long enough, we tend to reject any evidence of the bamboozle. We’re no longer interested in finding out the truth. The bamboozle has captured us. It’s simply too painful to acknowledge, even to ourselves, that we’ve been taken." - Carl Sagan by LarrySwinger2 in quotes
i think many civilizations have this tendency, rooted in human nature itself.
civilizations create the illusion of eternal life, and individuals give up their own understanding of the world to become a part of this illusion. so all techinical progresses are used to fulfill this illusion of eternal life, making it more comfortable, etc. but no technical progress shall be made beyond what is practical to fulfill that goal (space technology, genetic engineering on humans, etc.)
so in the long run civilization declines for that reason. people got more and more stuck in their belief that their world will prosper forever. more and more charlatans emerge, etc. until the collapse.
Critical Race Theory Isn’t a New Civil Rights Movement. The civil rights movement was based on a hopeful and optimistic vision of modern Americans turning the country’s ideals into reality. CRT presents a dystopian vision in which ubiquitous bigotry and oppression defines America’s national soul. by Chipit in politics
i think i read this in the brave new world: when economic and political freedom declines, sexual freedom increases.
during the civil rights era, soviet union was still standing and so american capitalists pumped money into worker's pockets in order to show the socialists: look, capitalism feeds its workers well too, way better than socialists feed their workers in fact, etc.
after the soviet union's erosion, the workers starts to starve (house of the rising sun, roughtly that time). now it's the documentary 'american factory'...
Users of Saidit: Should subs that don't violate the rules be removed from s/all by the admins? by Dragonerne in AskSaidIt
as a longtime user of saidit i can't agree more. all the alternative reddits have became alt-right sites: voat, gab, raqqus, parler, etc.
this balance is hard to keep, but it's totally worth trying.
israel did have the highest vaccination rate quite early on in the vaccination process. 10%, the highest in the world, i recall.
the stable society thing should have a 'domestic' attached to it, agree. that's what i meant originally. as to foreign societies, well, it varies by ideology.
i have a feeling that israel and the west moves together. look at turkey over the last century, how much it strives to westernize and how many times the west arrogantly rejected the turks. israel? no problem, we'd provide everything.
mafia only survive in anarchy, democracy, and a dying authoritarian government. that's politics 101 stuff.
[–]blowininthewind 2 insightful - 4 fun2 insightful - 3 fun3 insightful - 3 fun3 insightful - 4 fun - 7 months ago (0 children)
aaron schwartz did an experiment a long time ago and wrote an article called 'who writes wikipedia?' in which he points out that there's an inner circle of wikipedia users, a couple hundred people, formatting and re-organizing all the articles on it, making well over half the edits on the entire site. yet the bulk of information is contributed by the masses, he concludes.
i've seen conservative wikipedia somewhere. i forgot where. but if you could provide a source that'd be great.
also, in the future, please have constructive conversations that are based on facts, not opinions.
i'd agree that all politicians are mobsters. but note that the best mobsters are quite civilized when they make money. it's the lower level mobsters that do the dirty work.
russia suffered the greatest loss in world war 2, the second is china, but the holocaust is remembered, along with the rape of nanking, because they're not warfare. if warfare is white and ethnic cleansing is black, a lot of world war 2 is grey. but those two events are completely black: trained and armed soldiers against virtually defenseless civilians. nanking put up a very fierce fight using what was the best of the chinese military at the time, so in a way the japanese were letting out their anger. but holocaust is planned from beginning to the very end, however malicious its adversary (jewish people) might be, they're virtually defenseless.
history is full of coincidences, not planned actions. in the long run, nearly all plans fail, and nearly all coincidences happen to shape the course of history. external conditions (geography, climate, etc.) have much more effect on history than plans. to say history can be planned by a few plotting in the dark is to say command economy is effective ---- since a few can plan history by themselves, why don't half a dozen socialist nations produce a single good command economy?
Army Recruitment Ad Comparison, China/Russia/USA by Jesus-Christ in videos
interesting this came up fifth place on youtube's 'usa army recruitment ad' search
[–]blowininthewind 1 insightful - 2 fun1 insightful - 1 fun2 insightful - 1 fun2 insightful - 2 fun - 7 months ago* (0 children)
i'm not joing, the term 'white supermacy' produces a wikipedia page while the term 'zionist supermacy' does not.
i think the whole idea of placing modern israel where it is comes from the british divide and conquer idea. at the start of the last century, seeing that the arab world is revolutionizing, britain knows that it cannot make it stable in the future. (british upper class colonizers, not lawrence of arabia which people loved to this day) and it is very possible that stalin does not want to see a unified middle east either because he knows that america might very well control there. so he supported the state of israel too. now that's the start of the century. i did not study that much as to why america supported the state of israel over the rest of the middle east, but i would imagine it's for a very similar reason. at the surface it would look more zionist than usual because american leaders share the judeo-christian faith with israelie ones. yet this could also be explained as a fundamental flaw from the arabic society, that tribes are what people listen to and fight for, not nations. i call this a flaw because this way of organizing a people fails to compete with modern states on all sides, be it economics, military, or culture. the arab springs and other movements has deep roots in this problematic way of organizing society, that as long as a beduin is killing a howietat for revenge, the arabs will, well, not be a big people, a smart people, as lawrence of arabia famously remarked in the movie.
the state of israel still stands today partly due to its rather advanced civilization compared to its neighbours, partly due to the great sense of danger among the jewish population rising from the holocaust. but it had the chance to survive because the plans of the bigger nations to keep the arab world from unifying and stopping their rival's world domination plans.
as to the zionists dominating the world, well i do not think so. otherwise they'd at least do a better job at controlling covid. any dominating power wants a stable society. just look at how safe it is to walk the streets in authoritarian governments. because there's no mobsters there. and they certainly would not allow virus to harass their people, whom they can always profit from. so that's the picture of a world under some kidna domination. and that's not the picture of the west as you have claimed.
Find out who you are not allowed to criticize by x0x7 in videos
paul graham, hackers and painters, chapter 3.
kinda a lol moment looking at us army recruitment
All AMD Processors Since Phenom II Have BadBIOS Circuitry That Leaks to the Military by nsopegasusyou in conspiracy
oh no i thought at worst they're leaking to intelligences of other nations, not cartels.
[–]blowininthewind 2 insightful - 3 fun2 insightful - 2 fun3 insightful - 2 fun3 insightful - 3 fun - 7 months ago (0 children)
explain zionist supermacy cause it doesn't produce a wikipedia page.
ah a bios leak. that's kinda a nightmare scenario. but in this case as long as you're not doing anything anti-military you'd be fine? except when there's a guy in the military, sysadmin maybe who's willing to give that information to outsiders (politicians, foreign agencies, etc.) then all amd users are fucked.
not that intel's got any problem, none that i believed in at least.
perhaps i'm playing a sorta devil's advocate here: if you look at history he's got a point.
edit: so some ppl clearly can't distinguish a real human being from current level machine-generated text. for this purpose i created a project that generates text and do low-frequency posting on saidit: https://saidit.net/s/technology/comments/7yb2/saidit_chat_bot/
mass library genesis downloader by blowininthewind in technology
[–]blowininthewind[S] 1 insightful - 1 fun1 insightful - 0 fun2 insightful - 0 fun2 insightful - 1 fun - 7 months ago (0 children)
there might be some sorta decentralized way to back this up.
how to play like a big boy by blowininthewind in politics
US Troops Die For World Domination, Not Freedom by Drewski in Antiwar
still much better than most though. when people blame the US, they don't see it's kinda the 'least wrong' option.
edit: a common pitfall of the radicals.
Corona Coin cryptocurrency by mistrydeep in cryptocurrency
'the pursuit of the uneatable by the unspeakable' ---- charlie monger, citing wilde to describe crypto currencies
i think it's kinda a straightforward thing though. if you incite violence on a small group of people you have trouble. if you are the lord of war and 'mobilized' a large group of people, you're in no trouble at all.
what? also i think an adaptation can be made from the song (it's easy m'kay from the south park movie). something like 'first of all instead of mob say lord, cause lord is all the big boys say. next instead of rob say tax, cause tax makes it more legitimate.' something like that could make a perfect anarchist song.
how to play like a big boy
check out awsome-libgen on github
mass library genesis downloader
7 months ago by blowininthewind to /s/technology from github.com
How many of us saidit users are there in 2021? by SambaMamba in AskSaidIt
i think there can be filtering techniques for registration and stuff, but at this point it might not be a concern as they help saiditors to 'fake it til they make it', you know.
[–]blowininthewind 8 insightful - 5 fun8 insightful - 4 fun9 insightful - 4 fun9 insightful - 5 fun - 7 months ago (0 children)
would be interesting to see 'x online' on the site. i don't think it's too hard to implement.
Chapter 1: A Horizon Made of Canvas | An Open Letter to Open-Minded Progressives
7 months ago by blowininthewind to /s/politics from unqualified-reservations.org
Rabbit on Twitter: "The fact that NordVPN is using DMCA takedowns against Twitter accounts that criticize their security is significant evidence that you should avoid NordVPN." by carn0ld03 in technology
[–]blowininthewind 2 insightful - 2 fun2 insightful - 1 fun3 insightful - 1 fun3 insightful - 2 fun - 8 months ago (0 children)
from a famous post (gist): DON'T USE VPN SERVICE) [https://gist.github.com/joepie91/5a9909939e6ce7d09e29]
Abby Martin Exposes Zionism on Joe Rogan (3 years ago and last year; if you're in the UK, you have to VPN to the US to see this "potentially illegal" content) by socks in politics
[–]blowininthewind 3 insightful - 1 fun3 insightful - 0 fun4 insightful - 0 fun4 insightful - 1 fun - 8 months ago (0 children)
i felt joe made a mistake by moving to spotify but idk.
some thought on the current state of israel-palestine conflict
8 months ago by blowininthewind to /s/politics from self.politics
Obama and Bush Warning not to challenge the official 9/11 story. by HibikiBlack in conspiracy
[–]blowininthewind 1 insightful - 1 fun1 insightful - 0 fun2 insightful - 0 fun2 insightful - 1 fun - 8 months ago (0 children)
yeah if you have a bird eye's view nations are a lot weaker than if you're a commoner.
the trick is to be slightly stronger than your fellow nations at the time.
FBI quietly admits when Bernie supporter opened fire on a field full of Republicans at baseball practice in 2017 was domestic terrorism after all. by Chipit in news
[–]blowininthewind 3 insightful - 2 fun3 insightful - 1 fun4 insightful - 1 fun4 insightful - 2 fun - 8 months ago (0 children)
history cannot be clear in a couple of decades. history is written by the winners.
but honestly america and other major players in the world are much less wrong than the rest. otherwise we'd be in a very messed up world.
got blocked using a vpn visiting the site. any mirrors? thanks!
This is an actual tweet from Joe Biden by Orangutan in politics
well you need herd immunity. so it's not bullshit.
edit: you can find that line i wrote in this wiki page: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Stuart_Mill which links to many places. yeah it is a liberal view.
8 months ago by blowininthewind to /s/music from youtube.com
Getting Disappeared by Google. To my astonishment the query returned none of my writings from last year. It is especially distressing to see this, because when I left communism for the West some three decades ago, I would have never thought I would ever experience this kind of thing again. by Chipit in censorship
use a vpn.
i'm using a vpn that hooks me up to somewhere in the US and typing that query into google (caused this url: https://www.google.com/search?q=Getting+Disappeared+by+Google&oq=Getting+Disappeared+by+Google&aqs=chrome..69i57j69i60.237j0j1&sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8) yielded many results.
duckduckgo fed some more anti-google articles, of course. for example this is the first result typing the same query into duckduckgo: https://www.americanthinker.com/articles/2021/05/getting_disappeared_by_google_.html
if you can't use vpn, try using tor (the onion browser).
i mean this is correct in a sense from a classic liberal standpoint (john stuart mill) that the individual ought to be free to do as they wished unless they caused harm to others.
In Zion, There's Only One Religion by blowininthewind in politics
[–]blowininthewind[S] 1 insightful - 1 fun1 insightful - 0 fun2 insightful - 0 fun2 insightful - 1 fun - 8 months ago (0 children)
Soviet Red Army Choir - Battle Hymn of The Republic