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    Quote Originally Posted by WisconsinCheeseNip View Post
    I once went to a photo-op at a high school where Gov. Engler gave a speech on education for the 11 o'clock news.


    You know them things are staged from start to finish. 3 cameras, a platform, a podium. Cheerleaders in the gymnasium are told when to shake their pom-poms.


    An X mark of electrical tape on the floor for the spot where the Gov. poses for his sound bytes.


    I was in to do spotlight. It's all scripted baby.


    Why you babes get all huffy over Trump is jive, man.


    I think he's the best Pres. since Jimmy Carter.
    You're not tellijg us anything we don't already know.

    And you have very strange tastes in presidents.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Babba View Post
    You're not tellijg us anything we don't already know.

    And you have very strange tastes in presidents.

    Oh - well -

    That's easy.

    Jimmy Carter was not a warmonger!


    (and sir - I was talking to the lady)






    Quote Originally Posted by MaryAnne View Post
    But you love to be led around by the nose by your Republican Governor and the biggest liar and bully of all,Trump!

    Yeah,really, but you are afraid of Soros,who has spent billions to alleviate the ills of society.

    Gotcha!


    That was in the early 1990s - I was a last minute, hired non-union hand, to run a spotlight for Gov. Engler.

    I stood there, and John Engler walked by and couldn't have been nicer, more friendly, and was all smiles before the event.

    One of the Gov.s aides turned to me and said, "Hey, you're tall and handsome. You'd make a good politician."

    I smiled and pretended not to hear him. The Gov. was standing nearby greeting a few Elite looking types. You know - guys who wear cufflinks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Babba View Post
    In order to avoid government scrutiny and propaganda you have to avoid technology all together. That bridge was built and crossed a loooooooooong time ago.


    Yeah, but you gotta admit - some apps are worse than others.


    And if you can't tell yet, that Facebook and Twitter are the most invasive and manipulative corrupt monolithic software monsters on earth, their slimy tentacles reach every country and website on the globe -I think you are beyond help. That Assange and Snowden helped popuarize Facebook and Twitter proves they are info-warfare psy-ops, and those dudes are spies.

    If you have Facebook and Twitter accounts - deactivate them today. They're spyware.




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    Quote Originally Posted by WisconsinCheeseNip View Post
    Oh - well -

    That's easy.

    Jimmy Carter was not a warmonger!


    (and sir - I was talking to the lady)










    That was in the early 1990s - I was a last minute, hired non-union hand, to run a spotlight for Gov. Engler.

    I stood there, and John Engler walked by and couldn't have been nicer, more friendly, and was all smiles before the event.

    One of the Gov.s aides turned to me and said, "Hey, you're tall and handsome. You'd make a good politician."

    I smiled and pretended not to hear him. The Gov. was standing nearby greeting a few Elite looking types. You know - guys who wear cufflinks.
    You are a sucker for flattery. He smiled warmly at you? Whoop de do. Then steal you blind after you voted for him.

    Is that really your excuse for voting. Egad!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Babba View Post
    In order to avoid government scrutiny and propaganda you have to avoid technology all together. That bridge was built and crossed a loooooooooong time ago.
    Plus I don't give a shit as I have nothing to hide.

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    Does it bother you that anyone using a Facebook and Twitter account can re-tweet or re-post your words on those apps or any websites using those apps, because this website - like so many others - allows Facebook and Twitter users to do so ?


    Does it bother you that Facebook and Twitter headquarters stores entire usage stats, histories, and other private information about it's users, and supplies them to govmnt agencies, and other 3rd parties without your consent, like corporations Google and Yahoo revealed ?

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    My son doesn't trust Facebook; he has never had an account. He thinks it is just one more way for the government to keep track of our lives. But they already have so many other ways, till I don't think it really matters.
    Also, I heard many years ago that govt agencies have a presence in these political message boards. Does anyone here believe that?

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    Quote Originally Posted by WisconsinCheeseNip View Post
    Does it bother you that anyone using a Facebook and Twitter account can re-tweet or re-post your words on those apps or any websites using those apps, because this website - like so many others - allows Facebook and Twitter users to do so ?


    Does it bother you that Facebook and Twitter headquarters stores entire usage stats, histories, and other private information about it's users, and supplies them to govmnt agencies, and other 3rd parties without your consent, like corporations Google and Yahoo revealed ?
    I didn't know this.

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    Don't feel bad - we're all so G-- damned naive ...


    I was at another forum noticed the retweet buttons for Facebook (i.e. the great Satan), Twitter, and others for each post. At still another forum Bing bots were trolling for user data, like Google bots troll for data. Also - on another site, my antivirus detected trojans on certain threads even if you just clicked on the forum title but not the news link.

    Are we talking to A.I. OR BOTNETS at these forums?





    A Dangerous Conflict of Interest:

    Firefox and Google


    by
    Chris Soghoian



    "However, the open secret in the tech sector is that at the end of the day, Google calls the shots. As this blog post will explain, when a pro-user security feature in the browser threatens Google's business model, it is the feature that is made to compromise--not the search engine."

    Fact: $56 million of the $66 million that Mozilla made in 2006 came from Google. The vast majority of this was due to the fact that Google is the default search engine for queries entered into the Firefox search bar.

    While Apple also gets a nice chunk of change from Google for the search bar in its Safari browser, Apple has enough other sources of revenue that it can easily walk away from Google's cash.

    Fact: Users who enter keywords or misspelled URLs into the Firefox 2.0 location bar will essentially be running a Google "I'm Feeling Lucky" search."



    read more:

    https://www.cnet.com/news/a-dangerou...ox-and-google/


    Here's the Theory or Intent behind Social Media Engineering :



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    Mind Control

    "Geoffrey Gorer was a British born, “anthropological researcher” of Yale’s Institute of Human Relations, and Time magazine in 1944 documented he was doing secret research in Washington for the British Government. In Gorer’s 1956 essay called The Remaking of Man just this one excerpt will make it clear that this was actually all a covert eugenics agenda.

    One of the most urgent problems – perhaps the most urgent problem – facing the world today is how to change the character and behavior of adult human beings within a single generation. This problem of rapid transformation has underlaid every revolution (as opposed to coups d’etat ) at least from the time of the English Revolution in the seventeenth century….

    Gorer was also a blank slater, which means he likes the idea of that people are born as a BLANK SLATE, and that you can “write whatever you want them to be, on that slate”. Since he was a homosexual, this was a bit of a conflict of interest on his part because he actually believed that he was “born” or “made” homosexual because of DNA, so wrap your head around that one cognitive dissonance-wise."

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    ""research during WWII as “personality assessment” and all the horrendous experiments having been conducted under the guise of “mental health treatment”, they had decided that the following items had been “found effective in bringing about a basic change in social role”



    a – hypnosis and suggestion
    b – therapy, the sustained mobilization of affect.
    c – “ascription” the signification of change of status as a result of initiation ceremonies, specific experiences, etc. which legitimate the acceptance of a new role in the eyes of others.
    d – persuasion, the susceptibility to rational argument by appeals to interests and dispositions in a person…
    e – enforced isolation, individual confinement and all techniques whereby perception and information can be made homogenous and monopolized, minimizing any competing influences.
    f – stress, [illegible – action?] and the threat of severe punishment – all of which act to change the reward structure."



    https://mikemcclaughry.wordpress.com...ce-operations/

    Microsoft Bing Battles Bot

    Queries by the Billions




    "What were those botnets doing? According to Junjie Zhang, an associate professor with Wright State University in Dayton, Ohio, a big chunk of them were trying to find websites to hack or email addresses to harvest for spam campaigns.

    "The most popular queries are corresponding to vulnerability discovery," he says. About a third of these 6.2 billion automated search queries were looking for search terms such as "powered by PHP register" or "WordPress forum plugin by Fredrik Fahlstad."

    Search results to queries like this can pave the way to web attacks by criminals, giving them a list of websites that might be vulnerable to known software bugs. Take the Fredrik Fahlstad query. The results from that query provide a list of websites that could be vulnerable to a widely used type of web attack called a SQL injection, in which the bad guys use web-based forms as a kind of back door into the database server that's used by the victim."


    https://www.wired.com/2013/02/micros...ights-botnets/

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    Quote Originally Posted by johnflesh View Post
    You don't have to trust someone when you can see it for yourself. It appears you have more reading to do on the subject and there is a great deal of information on this particular subject.

    However, understand this - the public has clearly shown it does not care.



    Wrong.



    Young users see Facebook as 'dead and buried'




    Young users see Facebook as 'dead and buried' - Telegraph


    "A study of how teenagers use social media has found that Facebook is “not just on the slide, it is basically dead and buried”, but that the network is morphing into a tool for keeping in touch with older family members "

    Facebook Is About to Lose 80% of Its Users, Study Says

    Facebook Is About to Lose 80% of Its Users, Study Says | Time





    Report suggests Facebook recently lost active users in the U.S and UK
    The majority of people quitting the site blamed concerns over privacy
    Other reasons included fear of addiction, and shallow conversations



    Facebook users are committing 'virtual identity suicide' and quitting the site in droves over privacy and addiction fears | Daily Mail Online


    Privacy issues? Google engineers leaving Facebook in droves

    https://techcrunch.com/2010/04/23/pr...ook-in-droves/

    More Than 11 Million Young People Have Fled Facebook Since 2011



    More Than 11 Million Young People Have Fled Facebook Since 2011 | TIME.com


    Why teens are leaving Facebook: It’s ‘meaningless’

    Teens are leaving Facebook in droves for new friends like Instagram, Snapchat and Twitter — at an estimated rate of up to a million a year.


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    “They can just see what they’re doing. … I prefer actually talking to people. I would rather get their number than be friends on Facebook, where you have a 100 friends you never talk to. It’s a meaningless friendship.”

    https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/...=.415b08b0d636

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