How to best communicate in the censorship environment

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  • Tue, Apr 06, 2021 - 09:33am

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    Oliveoilguy

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    How to best communicate in the censorship environment

I’m looking for advice on how to share videos and what platforms to use. My current problem is a video by Naiome Wolf on buttshoot that won’t send or load. I assume it is being censored. https://www.buttchute.com/video/lh69yCkHIVLi/ ( change butt to bit)

This video is chilling and she shows to gravity of our situation and compares it to the repressive regime in China.

  • Tue, Apr 06, 2021 - 10:10am

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    brushhog

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Good video and thats exactly the way I see it. My prediction; everyone that owns a smartphone today will get vaxxed and sign up for the pass.

Why? Because its been well known that your smartphone tracks and surveilles you for years and I dont think there are more than a small handful of people like myself who have refused to use them on those grounds. About 90% of people will choose convenience and social conformity over liberty every time.

I dont own a cellphone of any kind, and I am definitely inconvenienced by that choice all the time. But I make a sacrifice in order to promote my freedom and serve my principles. Now I know alot of people who value freedom, and despise the surveillance state we are devolving into but I literally dont know one other human being who doesnt have a smart phone. Im the only one.

So my prediction is, at the end of the day, me and like maybe 1% of the population will refuse to use the pass or get vaxxed. We’re going to be persecuted outcasts like the Uygers in China. I have little hope of this being pushed back so Im not in this to “win”. Im preparing to go down with the ship of liberty. Im not ever going to voluntarily get vaxxed or carry a smartphone or health passport, and I fully expect to suffer the consequences…now once you expect to feel some pain and accept it as inevitable, theres a kind of freedom in that, at least.

I invite everyone to come along and take the pledge to never comply. I promise you inconvenience, I promise you loss of friends/money/opportunity, I promise you will be persecuted, I promise no tangible benefit whatsoever…the only victory will be a private, symbolic one, that most people will never be able to see or understand. At the end of it all you’ll be able look yourself in the mirror and say “they didnt break me”.

Now it starts by throwing away your smartphone. Its symbolic [ and practical ]. If you cant do that, you’ll never withstand what they’re going to do to you without the healthpass/vaxx.

  • Tue, Apr 06, 2021 - 10:16am

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    How to best communicate in the censorship environment

Learn to do enough HTML so you can embed a Vimeo or Youtube video on a web page, AND set up a comments section following that video.

Just like on Facebook, but without FB censorship.

http://s403998394.onlinehome.us/ROGERSRIFLES/Video+Disqus.html

Rough draft entitled, “Technical Tools that Support Free Speech:
HTML + Embedding Video + Setting up Forum Software + FTP + Cache Management”.

 

  • Tue, Apr 06, 2021 - 10:33am

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    JimboJim

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    Another example of censorship

I tried to post this 29 min video from buttshoot about the lockdown lies told by MSM and I couldn’t get it past the PP bots apparently.

https://www.buttchute.com/video/RqyafQHKY9Iy/

Nick Hudson gives an excellent summary of the various lies we were fed by MSM and having seen this summary, why anyone would believe the MSM re: “vaccines” is beyond me.

  • Tue, Apr 06, 2021 - 10:59am   (Reply to #2)

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    Steven Kelso

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    Gearing Up (or Down?) for our Place in History

On April Fools day I deleted (not deactivated) a 10+ year Facebook account.
It wasn’t because of tracking, advertising, or censorship.
It was because of disillusionment. I had finally realized how worthless it was to me.
What’s more, a few people reacted as though they might be attending a wake of some sort.

I had always recognized it as a toxic mimic of community, as an authoritarian technic, and as habit-forming and addictive. It dawned on me that the algorithm, was somewhat like tossing messages in bottles into the ocean, never having a “mass effect” like non-reciprocal television.  What we’ve learned about memetics: information travels fast, but that doesn’t guarantee that it’s any good or that it’s reaching its intended audience.

As a Xillenial, I can remember the analog world. I remember trying to track people down before mobile phones and the internet. Thinking about it now gets me excited! So the next step for me is abandoning my mobile phone at home. Basically treating it like a landline.

Don’t deal in absolutes, brushhog. I think Millennials and GenZ will surprise you.
We may indeed rise up and take our place as the New Greatest Generation, casting our mobiles and twitter feeds aside in the process.

“In a society that has abolished every kind of adventure, the only adventure that remains is to abolish the society.”- Anonymous, May 1968 (France)

  • Tue, Apr 06, 2021 - 11:06am

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    How to best communicate in the censorship environment

“Don’t deal in absolutes, brushhog. I think Millennials and GenZ will surprise you.
We may indeed rise up and take our place as the New Greatest Generation, casting our mobiles and twitter feeds aside in the process”

From your mouth to God’s ears. You’re giving me hope. Its definitely not just the millennials or Zers. Im gen X and I have an uncle who cannot fathom that I dont have a cellphone. I have to constantly remind him that I dont have a cellphone and he gets an incredulous, confused look on his face.
“How do you function?” He cant understand it. I remind him that he lived the first 50 years of his life without a cellphone..”how did you do it?” I ask. He cant answer. Its very strange.

  • Tue, Apr 06, 2021 - 11:20am   (Reply to #6)

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    Steven Kelso

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Isn’t it strange. It’s not hard to remember.
It’s as if they’re trying to forget!

The real problem is the rest of the world.
The rest of the world is still dependent on instant gratification.

I like to imagine letters traveling across oceans, or people for that matter.
Things moved slower and we had time to reflect on our existence. No time for reflection or even comprehension, now.

I do not intend to romanticize the past.
I just wish to imagine an alternative present.

  • Tue, Apr 06, 2021 - 11:20am   (Reply to #2)

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    I will not comply either

Brushhog, I have a smart phone but I will not take the experimental biological agents either. Just, “No.”   Your move forced vaccinators: what are you going to do with me?

BTW, I have been making a practice of occasionally leaving my phone at home when I go out, or better yet taking it with me in a Farraday Cage (a bag actually). In the Farraday Cage I can’t be tracked (or receive incoming calls, texts, or emails), but if I have an emergency I can take my phone out and make an emergency call.

”Happy Hunger Games! And may the odds be ever in your favor.”

  • Tue, Apr 06, 2021 - 12:04pm

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Rumble.com is supposed to be an alternative for posting video content without censorship.

For those that carry your cell phone in a Farraday cage/bag,  do the prior text messages (that were blocked while inside the bag) come through when the phone is removed from the bag?

  • Tue, Apr 06, 2021 - 12:17pm   (Reply to #9)

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    How to best communicate in the censorship environment. Farraday bag.

For those that carry your cell phone in a Farraday cage/bag,  do the prior text messages (that were blocked while inside the bag) come through when the phone is removed from the bag?

Yes, as soon as as you remove the phone from the bag you are being tracked again (even if your phone is powered off) and when you power on all your missed calls, texts and emails start loading. And it doesn’t matter if your phone is off or on in the bag. It gets no signal in or out. That causes your phone in the “on” condition to start looking constantly for the nearest cell tower and will use up your battery. So either turn your phone off or put it in “airplane mode.” I don’t see advantage to leaving it “on” in the bag.

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