Justice For-All

About bad writing, and cyber war waged against citizens: prior restraint has a new meaning.

In Uncategorized on July 9, 2011 at 1:47 am

Apologies to the two or three of my readers who don’t work for some U.S. Intelligence agency:  It’s not easy being Green, because all the people and all the agencies that wage war against us can really fuck up your day, and make life difficult–but not impossible–for us.

Sometimes I feel like a little pig myself, shouting into a big hole full of cute, captive animals.

 

And they certainly can alter the quality,and delivery of content as I try to publish over the web–a sort of preemptive prior restraint that it seems, might have to get tested in court. Maybe if I just sold shit, and click-linked every word to something worth money, I would have an easier time publishing.

But I don’t market products, I offer ideas, not even products I used to believe in, like  Winnie the Pooh–coming to theaters near you on July 15th!

I now have to use a packet sniffer,and I keep logs of intrusion attempts,  and at times, because I am tired of my writing being worked over. I have to use anonymizing software to merely get my words published, and by that time, I have often been under cyber attack by some fat faced tax dollar funded American cop or other pork slurper, or a circle jerk full of  military or para-military douchebags at one of the many cyber war waging facilities in America, and offshore, where America lobs cyber bombs at itself, and blames others to raise cyber war awareness.

My links get lost, or re-linked, my finally published content drops a verb or a noun here or there, sentences get broken up, and the final, altered product looks like gibberish, and makes me look like a complete idiot. Which, obviously,  I kind of am sometimes.

For all of them, let me make it clear: if America were invaded by an enemy other than  Americans who are like you, I would swing the American door wide open, and walk that enemy up to your daughters playhouse at high tea, while your husband or wife is discussing Winnie the Pooh,  and sell all of you as an informants for the cause against you, and anyone else who subverts Constitutional rights that I hold dear, and that you toy with.

Does that make it clear where I stand, against you?

But for the two or three human beings left out there who actually read this blog, I want you to know that I would put my life in front of a cannon to protect your kids, and, metaphorically, have done as much my whole life, walkig the line between free speech, and oppression of that speech.

So to those two or three actual readers (you know who you are) I apologize that a lot of what I write looks like crap once it is written–every time I work around one of their hacks, it seems the local ISP’s step in and in InfraGard fashion —  even the Catholics are pissed about that private sector untrained spying–, subvert the fourth amendment, and obliterate any semblance of the enshrined concept of prior restraint against publishing.

Sometimes, it takes me up to a couple of hours to publish a story because of how many intrusions they attempt while I publish; other times, I get the dreaded error that the ISP did not renew my address on the network.

And I take full blame for that–after all, if I wrote positive things about the collusion and co-option of feminism by the CIA, I probably wouldn’t get hacked as much as I do. If I believed that the DEA, ICE, FBI-CIA, NSA, et al were actually the good guys, I probably wouldn’t have to cut my internet connection every time some spook decided to re-direct my web searches to g-d knows where.

If  I am seeking a link about the failed drug war in Mexico, the CIA raping boys in Iraq,  Americas use of children as sex slaves, or especially for some odd reason, Rusty E. Nelson, I have been taken to places I never wanted to go–and believe me, I didn’t want to know what America is doing to foreign children, or how the DEA-FBI-ATF drug trade really works in Mexico.

If I wrote that Police Officer Smiley really wanted to give your kid a candy-sucker, or a chocolate banana, with no deeper, or creepy metaphorical intention than that  I would probably not get my internet connection cut or dropped by the local ISP as often as I do.
And maybe, if I believed, as most allegedly left leaning, or social justice minded people do, that false rape allegations are a necessary tool in the war against oppression, and barely exist, and just shut up about it, I would even have more readers–not that I need them, because this blog is 99% NOT ad supported, other than that WordPress.com offers one of simplest, and coolest blogging platforms out there, with e-blogger running a close second.( That’s the entirety of my commercial message).

But they’re  not right, oppression of one leads to oppression of all–have you ever noticed that it is left leaning, socialist, democratic, or other progressive men that get set up in false rape allegations? Cops win, every time a woman falsely accuses a man of rape, and ordinary wome lose when they buy into mass-market feminism.

But often when I publish, these things happen: my internet connection suddenly times out when I publish, after hours of problem-free surfing; my internet connection suddenly freezes up; I get a suden flashingscreen and cannot publish ( a DOS attack); the local ISP “we can’t find what you are looking for” page, especially from Qwest Communications, which is so obviously a tool of the FBI and Infragard.

This is what I get for speakin' me mind.

So, again, I apologize for the inconvenience of having to read me. I am working on ways to subvert their subversion of my writing, starting by pre-writing everything offline.

In the meantime, do you think, or write about things that are not in line with the American war machine and its allies, like depleted uranium used on children in Iraq and elsewhere  , or the CIA manufacturing of consensus in America despite an explicit reference in the CIA charter  that says that they cannot operate in a domestic capacity? Or how the FBI is in collusion with international cabals and local feminists to stifle dissent?

I do write about those things, and I drag up the ghosts of Americas past, like the rapes of women in the Viet Nam war, and I like doing it. It makes me feel like life is worth living, because otherwise, dissent gets crumpled under their official version of events, despite their illegal and often unethical motivations, as they wage war against reason, against truth, and against justice.

And they wage war against the future generations of children that could be born outside of their man-sweeping, bomb dropping, woman killing, child murdering, child raping perpsective of reality.

But if you write like I do, just so that there is a voice against these monsters, here are a few tools you can use to protect yourself against police intrusions into you computer, or to monitor them once they are there. And always, always keep log files, and back those files up above everything. You never know when they will come in handy–so use anonymous e-mail resenders, and send backups everywhere you can.

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