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Top 5 Conspiracy Theories Verified True in 2017

FK – I suggest thought. Leave ‘believing’ and ‘blind faith’ up to the mindless.

So the gubmint, some guy with a suit and a title or someone who ‘served’ the empire has now said “UFOs are real” and the average dumbass can accept it and the spin that will inevitably follow.

As far as Trump goes: No surprises here. New boss same as the old boss. They’re all tools. When Trump leaves office will we still have an IRS, income tax, a privately owned central banking system, evil gun laws and an empire? I’m not holding my breath.

The republicrats daily prove they will continue to stand with their fingers in the dike and pretend to do something.

WHY are we REFORMING COMMUNISM?

And the cycle continues…

Which mafia did Trump do most of his business with in new yawk city? Is he paying back a lifetime of favors?

What is an ‘anti-semite?’

I call them the unmentionables.

In a free country there’s no such thing as a group whose motives cannot be questioned. When we have that we have a serious problem. We have a serious problem.

The Tea Party’s National Security Threat

Let’s rearrange the deck chairs

The purposes of gods and golden rules

The killer bees of fake news

What is ‘Reform Judaism?’

No single person could possibly keep up with all the crap going on now.

‘Disclosure’ would mean going to the smallest town and seeing an obvious alien walking down the street or shopping in the local redneck mecca without fear of Jimbob running to his truck for his shotgun or some concealed carrier drawing down on them.

We’re a long-long as in multi-generations away from that. If the govt. suddenly announced ‘disclosure’ internet comment sections would suddenly fill with crap about ‘angels and demons’ and ‘end times’ and ‘we’re gonna get beamed up soon.’ Kinda like now.

As always we’re still a very primitive species and still exist in a very dark age.

Simple minded sheeple have to ‘believe’ in something and have a concrete simple answer to complex questions. Nowadays many have a similar ‘belief’ in our contemporary version of ‘science’ which has clearly been and really always was politicized.

The big question is when will mainstream scientists(and preachers/priests/churches) stop lying and when will we stop lying to ourselves?

Disclosure, or exopolitics is now a thing…

The most important things to do

John Stossel – Ruling The Internet

FK – We can’t blindly trust the govt. or the damned corporations. They consider us to be livestock. There is nothing more important to understand than that. We must constantly hold a knife to their throats to force them to respect us.

FK – The Brits turned their guns into their govt. without a fight so they fully deserve whatever is done to them.

David Cameron to unveil new limits on extremists’ activities in Queen’s speech

The measures would give the police powers to apply to the high court for an order to limit the “harmful activities” of an extremist individual. The definition of harmful is to include a risk of public disorder, a risk of harassment, alarm or distress or creating a “threat to the functioning of democracy”.

FK – Oh dear, how dare someone endanger democracy, the newest way to keep the slaves working.

Limiting the abilities of those who actively work to destroy human Liberty would involve throwing more commies out of western society than ragheads. Simple fact. We should’ve started that long ago. They’re the ones who let the fundie rageheads gain so much power in Europe.

Prime example:

Google’s Plan to “Estimate Web Sources’ Trustworthiness” | Space News

FK – It’s not about dogma or groupthink, it’s about control. They consider us to be livestock. There is nothing more important to understand than that.

The corporations will save us from big govt. Not:

Facebook Tracks Users Without Consent, but Users Can Take Control

Facebook has spent years earning a notorious reputation for sacrificing users’ privacy for increased advertising revenue. Now the social networking giant may be in serious legal trouble with the European Union for violating EU laws about tracking Internet users without their consent.

A report issued by ICRI/CIR and iMinds-SMIT for the Belgian Privacy Commission claims that Facebook is tracking Internet users — even those who are not logged into a Facebook account — and capturing their browsing habits across the web. In many cases, the tracking involves users who do not even have a Facebook account.

The method by which Facebook tracks users is the ubiquitous “Like” button found on most websites. Sites that have the button must allow certain computer scripts to run. These scripts allow Facebook to see what websites users visit even if the users do not click the button. Facebook then uses that information to allow advertisers to direct their ads to targeted users. The practice is controversial in the United States and illegal in the European Union. The issue at stake is that if users agree to have their browsing habits tracked across the Web, it is a valuable service; if they do not, it is an invasion of their privacy. The “Like” button simply appearing on a website does not amount to a user’s consent.

To make matters worse, Facebook also ignores “Do Not Track” requests from users who activate that setting in browsers such as Chrome, Firefox, and Safari. In doing so, Facebook joins ranks with Google and Yahoo as well as a slew of disreputable sites.

FK – I got back on Fake Book after being blocked a couple years back so I can interact with like-minded people and piss off “Liberal”(commie) trash. It’s not like ‘the authorities’ don’t know who I am. FB apparently hasn’t yet figured out it’s me. They wanted my cell no. to ‘verify’ my account and that I wasn’t a ‘spammer'(for using my standard rants to tell idiots and “Liberal”(commie) trash what I’m tired of having to repeat after all these years) at the time and I refused to give it to them. Didn’t have to this time. Don’t know if it’s a policy change or if I just slipped through the cracks.

We’ll see how long it takes the trash to boot me off this time.

I use Ghostery to block a lot of things.

Google controls what we buy, the news we read — and Obama’s policies

A former Google officer is the president’s chief technology adviser. Google employees contributed more to President Obama’s re-election than did employees of any other company except Microsoft. Google lobbyists met with Obama White House officials 230 times. By comparison, lobbyists from rival Comcast have been admitted to the inner sanctum a mere 20 or so times in the same period.

Oh, and on Election Night 2012, guess where Google executive chairman Eric Schmidt was? Working for the president. In the president’s campaign office. On a voter-turnout system designed to help the president get re-elected.

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Google says that in the future, its determinations about what is true and what is untrue will play a role in how search-engine rankings are configured.

Google has the power to bump an article it doesn’t like off the table and under the rug. Even moving information off the first page of search results would effectively neutralize it: According to a 2013 study, 91.5 percent of Google search users click through on a first-page result.

FK – The press is only ‘free’ for those who own one. The internet gave everyone a press. They’d like to change that.

Facebook Reveals its Master Plan – Control All News Flow

FK – I’m all for the abruptly dying part… Even though I recently got back on FB, only to push my site, until they boot me off again.

Homeland Stonewalls on Communications Kill Switch

FK – The net is one of those pointy double-edged swords. Try to take it away and we’ll show you the pointy end.

FK – Blindly trusting any source is the problem. Blind faith got us into this mess and it won’t get us out.

FK – I’ve long strived to be interesting…

It’s an outrage, like every damn thing else they do.