How to access 8chan through Tor and Zeronet

Since Cloudflare decided to shut down its service to 8chan and Bitmitigate’s infrastructure provider Voxility also did the same I will provide you with two ways you can use to access these websites.

The first one is the well-established Tor network. Just download the Tor Browser and once you installed it and opened it log into http://oxwugzccvk3dk6tj.onion/ These kind of Onion addresses can’t be accessed with regular browsers but you can access regular websites with the Tor Browser, which will provide you with a fair amount of anonymity at the cost of speed.

The other alternative is actually different to regular 8chan since it’s basically a different website but it’s worth considering due to it’s decentralized nature. Zeronet websites are decentralized and therefore they can’t be easily censored since no infrastructure is present, other than the peering nodes (i.e.: any computer in the network). Unlike Tor, Zeronet runs an app (process) in the background and uses your default browser. After downloading it, decompressing the file and opening the ZeroNet.exe file you’ll be connected to the network. Then go to this address: http://127.0.0.1:43110/1DdPHedr5Tz55EtQWxqvsbEXPdc4uCVi9D/. Bear in mind this IP address 127.0.0.1 is your own computer so this won’t work unless you first ran that ZeroNet.exe file.

Happy researching!

Ungoogled Android and Unmicrosofted Windows

It’s really hard for me to understand how little attention is given to projects attempting to remove any unwanted traces from an Operating System created from a major corporation like Google or Microsoft. And by that I mean projects like ReactOS and Lineage. Our systems are so dependent on Windows and Android that I fail to see how re-implementing those as libre (free) OSs is not a top priority.

Although Android itself is open source, assembling the necessary components (whether free or as blobs) into ready-to-use installations takes a lot of effort and funding for such efforts is close to marginal, let alone other issues like the complexity needed to root many phones, if the tools needed to do it even exist.

Humanity itself is caring very little about a lot of important things. There’s a lot of pretending though, I supposed aimed at saving face. We pretend we care about ecology but mining is an outrageously polluting industry but as soon as our phone got slower we just buy another one cause they’re cheap. Apple is not better: if they cared they would still provide support for their first gen iPhone or they would release source code to help keep it updated. It would still be powerful enough to read emails and browse lightweight web sites.

There is no way to digital freedom without freedom in software and a necessary part of that freedom is having choices not tied to the whims of particular organizations. I believe re-implementing major platforms like Windows and Android is mandatory towards that goal.

Apple’s OSs -though widely used- have no monopoly excepting niche markets such as top-of-the-line phones and multimedia producers. Adding to that the complexity in re-implementing its systems, I see reverse engineering them is not as urgent as the other OSs I mentioned.

Go ahead and laugh about how I’m a conspiracy nutcase

Sometimes you feel something is not right: your girl isn’t answering your questions straight, your son dodges your eyes, your boss is unexpectedly quiet, your dog doesn’t seem happy to see you… Whatever it might be, you know something just doesn’t seem right.

You probably don’t have any kind of tangible evidence though. Your girl not answering your questions might just be her being particularly inattentive with no underlying issue. Your son might just be going through a phase. Your boss is choosing to place her focus in some peculiar tasks. Your dog… Wait, why is your dog not happy about seeing you?

Sometimes you just know it. This is not right. This isn’t normal. This isn’t healthy. This isn’t sustainable. She’s hiding something. He’s started smoking pot. She’s gonna fire you. He has cancer.

We humans have lost a great power still lingering within us: intuition. That inexplicable notion there’s something amiss, whether for good or bad. We still have it and -for some reason- I believe on the whole women are better at it than men. Still, it’s there on all human beings.

The world is not in a normal state. Sure, it might’ve happened before. Who gives a shit, I wasn’t alive back then. What I know with all the power my intuition grants me is we’re not under normal conditions. We are getting manipulated on all spheres of life: food, education, entertainment, economy, religion/spirituality, health, family, sex, habits, relationships… The list goes on and on.

There are conspiracies out there. Which ones are true and which aren’t is a task left to you, dear reader. The more you research and break through the mountain of bullshit, the more awareness we’ll all gain as a result. You’ll be able to compare your findings with those of other researchers like you.

I don’t believe in randomness. People with power abuse their power. The destruction the Western world is undergoing is not due to chance. It has been engineered. By whom? Go research and let me know about your findings.

False flag is the new fad

I find it amusing the way people from all over the world have fallen for the globalist/international propaganda for so many decades. It’s like there’s still this fundamental, basic belief in authority figures, as if they had access to better information than us plebs do or as if they live in a higher state of consciousness. The truth is, of course, people in the media and the government are just as animalistic and horny as we the people are.

I suppose it’s rooted in the programming we get as kids, in which respect for the elders is of utmost importance. This programming or belief or indoctrination, if you will, made sense in a community were you could go and punch the leader if you felt he deserved it. Just being able to punch your leader makes him hesitant of abusing the people he has control over. So in a community of population <2000 this “respect the authority” mindset did make a lot of sense.

Fast forward tens of thousands of years in human evolution and you end up with some whore (male or female) on TV telling you how outrageous you need to feel about some supposed tragedy or genocide. Or chemical attack. Especially if it’s been done by a cruel dictator that needs to be taken down and replaced by some other political system, because of course, we westerners know better than you what your country needs.

Needless to say, Bashar al-Assad might have actually carried out that chemical attack. I don’t know for sure. I’m just an irrelevant Latino some 10,000 miles away from the conflict. What I do know is that it reeks of a false flag attack, one out of the many that have been done in modern and post-modern history (and herstory!). Syria is a strategic country form a geopolitical standpoint. Losing Syria to the communists Russians is a big no-no and “we” will do whatever it takes to stop it from happening. I mean, if we don’t keep them in check those cheeky bastards might even begin trading oil in other than dollars or euros, the savages! (Side note, it would be truly surreal if bitcoin or another cryptocurrency became the oil-trading standard).

I’m not in the mood for predictions but since the middle east is running dry after so many decades of conflicts, the industrial-war complex (i.e. deep state) might feel like shifting places. North Korea seems like the next logical choice. China is not willing to risk losing its key partner (the US) just to help a country that’s an anomaly in itself, a country belonging to a long-forgotten cold-war era. Anyway, sorry Kim Jong-un, Juche ideology might not be enough to save you. Although if it happens -even for the wrong reasons- I’d say good riddance.