Surveillance Valley by Yasha Levine documents how the internet was originally developed in the 1960s as an intelligence-gathering network. Once that network was perfected, it was unleashed onto consumers under the guise of being an educational tool of freely flowing information when in reality it’s an educational tool for the government to gain free information on you. The form of the internet you see today is no accident—it was carefully guided and nurtured by the U.S. government through its university and corporate partners. While you do see some benefit from using the internet, the benefits for those above you are far greater.

What the government has tried to do through the internet is create one giant prediction machine. Rulers are desperate for a crystal ball so that they can become omniscient like God and quickly identify threats to their power. We are “free” to discuss many topics online, but our behavior is carefully monitored. If we are deemed a threat to the state, we will be discouraged or silenced. In the end, I must wonder if the internet really is a good deal.

Silicon Valley and the U.S. government are intertwined

From Amazon to eBay to Facebook—most of the Internet companies we use every day have also grown into powerful corporations that track and profile their users while pursuing partnerships and business relationships with major US military and intelligence agencies. Some parts of these companies are so thoroughly intertwined with America’s security services that it is hard to tell where they end and the US government begins.

The internet was designed as a prediction machine

The Internet came out of this effort: an attempt to build computer systems that could collect and share intelligence, watch the world in real time, and study and analyze people and political movements with the ultimate goal of predicting and preventing social upheaval. Some even dreamed of creating a sort of early warning radar for human societies: a networked computer system that watched for social and political threats and intercepted them in much the same way that traditional radar did for hostile aircraft.

[…]

In other words, the Internet was hardwired to be a surveillance tool from the start. No matter what we use the network for today—dating, directions, encrypted chat, email, or just reading the news—it always had a dual-use nature rooted in intelligence gathering and war.

The internet’s predecessor hoped to stop revolutionaries

‘…the computer system would check up-to-date intelligence information against a list of precipitants and preconditions,’ writes historian Joy Rohde. ‘Revolution could be stopped before its initiators even knew they were headed down the path to political violence.’

[…]

On June 2, 1975, NBC correspondent Ford Rowan appeared on the evening news to report a stunning exposé. Baby-faced with light blue eyes, he spoke straight into the camera and told viewers that the military was building a sophisticated computer communications network and was using it to spy on Americans and share surveillance data with the CIA and NSA. He was talking about the ARPANET.

[…]

DARPA ran a human radar project as well: the World-Wide Integrated Crisis Early Warning System, or ICEWS, which is pronounced as ‘IQs.’ Started in 2007 and built by Lockheed Martin, the system ultimately grew into a full-fledged operational military prediction machine that had modules ingesting all sorts of open source network data—news wires, blogs, social media and Facebook posts, various Internet chatter, and ‘other sources of information’—and routing it through ‘sentiment analysis’ in an attempt to predict military conflicts, insurgencies, civil wars, coups, and revolutions.

The government may know you better than you know yourself. If they see you going down a road which may lead to revolutionary action (at least a revolution they don’t approve of), they will put assets onto you to modify your behavior. Or they will get their partners in the media to write negative articles about you so you cancel whatever masculine meetup you had planned.

Here’s the internet—make sure you use it, slave

…after two decades of lavish funding and research and development inside the Pentagon system, the Internet was transformed into a consumer profit center. Businesses wanted a cut, and a small crew of government managers were all too happy to oblige. To do that, with public funds the federal government created a dozen network providers out of thin air and then spun them off to the private sector, building companies that in the space of a decade would become integral parts of the media and telecommunications conglomerates we all know and use today-Verizon, Time-Warner, AT&T, Comcast.

It’s a common pattern for the elites to profit while subverting you. It’s not enough for them merely to get rich and powerful—they also want to stay rich and powerful. That means that you must be weakened as much as possible, to the point where thoughts about resisting their godless rule never enter your mind.

Silicon Valley companies (and therefore the U.S. government) know everything about you

What does Google know? What can it guess? Well, it seems just about everything. ‘One of the things that eventually happens… is that we don’t need you to type at all,’ Eric Schmidt, Google’s CEO, said in a moment of candor in 2010. ‘Because we know where you are. We know where you’ve been. We can more or less guess what you’re thinking about.’ He later added, ‘One day we had a conversation where we figured we could just try to predict the stock market. And then we decided it was illegal. So we stopped doing that.’

[…]

…these companies have turned our computers and phones into bugs that are plugged in to a vast corporate-owned surveillance network. Where we go, what we do, what we talk about, who we talk to, and who we see—everything is recorded and, at some point, leveraged for value. Google, Apple, and Facebook know when a woman visits an abortion clinic, even if she tells no one else: the GPS coordinates on the phone don’t lie. One-night stands and extramarital affairs are a cinch to figure out: two smartphones that never met before suddenly cross paths in a bar and then make their way to an apartment across town, stay together overnight, and part in the morning. They know us intimately, even the things that we hide from those closest to us.

[…]

The US government was running a vast Internet surveillance program, hacking mobile phones, splicing into undersea fiber-optic cables, subverting encryption protocols, and tapping just about every major Silicon Valley platform and company—Facebook, Google, Apple, Amazon. Even mobile games like Angry Birds didn’t escape the spy agency’s notice. Nothing seemed to be off limits.

[…]

…using a specialized interface, an NSA analyst creates a data request, called a ‘tasking,’ for a specific user of a partnering company. ‘A tasking for Google, Yahoo, Microsoft, Apple and other providers is routed to equipment [‘interception units’] installed at each company. This equipment, maintained by the FBI, passes the NSA request to a private company’s system.’ The tasking creates a digital wiretap that then forwards intelligence to the NSA in real time, all without any input from the company itself. Analysts could even opt-in for alerts for when a particular target logs in to an account.

What surprises me is how many people don’t mind being surveilled. If sales of smart home speakers like Amazon Alexa and Google Home are any indication, the average citizen is willing to give up all their privacy for the convenience of saving a few keystrokes a day. Techno-fascism is here in the form of an all-encompassing corpo-government alliance. It maintains an extensive social graph on everyone and is used to nudge us into the hands of harmful spiritual powers and principalities under the guise of consumer capitalism.

The only minor flaw of this book is that Mr. Levine throws out gratuitous anti-racist and anti-Nazi statements as if by compulsion, but that’s a small flaw for the excellent research he compiled that explains how the internet was not at all made for our benefit.

Learn More: Surveillance Valley On Amazon

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Peter Lauer
Peter Lauer
3 months ago

I wonder what’s gonna happen to the internet after the west finally wakes up from it’s madness, many years from now. Whether it will be somehow made decent and good or it will simply be destroyed and forgotten.

Lithuanian Bear
Lithuanian Bear
3 months ago
Reply to  Peter Lauer

Internet is functioning as intedended. Its neither good nor bad. Just like money. Money only amplifies the characteristics of a person and so does the inernet. Problem is not the internet but the degradation of culture, spirituality and family values.

Pornodio
Pornodio
3 months ago
Reply to  Peter Lauer

It is your internet addiction which is bad, not the internet itself. It is you who cannot control his impulses

Iain Baunoch
Iain Baunoch
3 months ago
Reply to  Peter Lauer

They will not have to worry about the majority of people waking up. IQ’s are too low, there are no fucks to be given and the level of indoctrination far too complete.

Christ Pill
Christ Pill
3 months ago

*EDITED/REMOVED 1 LINE*
Here’s a quick summary to heal our nation and the world:

  1. Girls are not “broken”. They are shackled by sin.
  2. Men are not “broken”. They are shackled by sin.
  3. The construct of the family has been dissected. “Father” is no longer respected.
  4. In place of “Father”, the State and false idols (sports players, billionaires, sexy people) have taken over.
  5. Women are seeking validation – Women look to other women for advice. When they do this without believing in God, they all arrive at similar places. They decide Father is weak. They are easily manipulated by “men” who are actually non-believing Beasts and only want sex. They are the snake in the garden of Eden. A lion kills because he does not know self-restraint. Men create harems because they do not know God and therefore do not practice self-restraint.
  6. Men are told masculine traits are weak – so they become more feminine.
  7. Women are told feminine traits are weak – so they become more masculine.
  8. Men and women date, and women take over the male role.
  9. Media spins men as only wanting sex. They fail if they provide any commitment.
  10. Media spins women as only wanting commitment. They fail if they provide any sex to “weak” men.
  11. Manipulation ensues – women only give sex to the top men and men never give commitment to women. Women look for plausible deniability to maintain her “men are dogs and only care about sex” while she has significantly more sex (50+ often..) with plenty more suitors compared to the average men in the same timeframe.
  12. Men decide marriage is impossible because women are inherently manipulative and evil in this current age. They date multiple women at same time, having sex because it is “manly” and they no longer believe in marriage.TRP. Act like beasts with no self-restraint and no end goal.
  13. Women decide marriage is weak, they focus on their careers and having sex because this is masculine and femininity is weak. They may go through life never realizing they actually wanted a good husband and family.
  14. Manipulation while dating leads to psychological issues – men are depressed and suicidal because they are “nice” to their woman, but he is not leading in the way of Christ. Women treat them terribly thinking this is masculine. The Bible teaches men to love their wives, and wives to respect their husband, NOT THE OTHER WAY AROUND. That’s why a King has a Queen but a Queen does not choose a King. Pickup artist sites will try to convince you the answer is to treat the women poorly – this only works with a woman who is not following Jesus. If she follows Jesus, she will not idolize these snakes. Women will take additional pills to become happier and they will continue dating, thinking they are having sex with all these hot guys so they must be on top of food chain, meanwhile all she truly wants is a family deep down, but the birth control pills, anti-depressants, alcohol, and high testosterone from playing sports and having sex with physically strong men convinces her otherwise.
  15. Men and women HATE themselves. Men are too feminine and women are too masculine. Dating ‘succeeds’ only when you have two ungodly people: trash talking their self esteem works best. The man must love his husband as he loves himself. If he does not believe in God, he does not love himself or by extension his wife.

How to heal our nation? 

  1. Read the Bible. BEMA Podcast (#0 introductory lesson and #1 trust the story)
  2. Follow the 10 Commandments, the Law of God. Who better to write? A politician?
  3. Believe in Jesus Christ.
  4. Stop dating. Dating started only ~50 years ago. It needs to stop, it doesn’t work! Only fornicate (anything more than kiss) after engagement + marriage.
  5. Think about the world and what is wrong with it. Doesn’t it feel upside down? It’s because it is. On purpose. 
  6. Look to God – ask him for forgiveness of your sins. We are all sinners.
  7. Hate the sin, love the sinner. Forgive. Lead like Jesus Christ led his people, he is the only human to walk this earth deserving of your idolatry. In order to lead like Jesus, we must empathize with him. Imagine being the son of God, knowing you will be betrayed by one of your 12 disciples, but allowing it to happen, then being beaten and tortured and mocked while your clothes are ripped from your body, as you wear a crown of thorns and carry your own wooden cross on your back up a hill after not sleeping on the night humans celebrate Passover (freedom of Jews from Egyptian slavery). Then you are naked for the town to see, including your own mother. On the cross for 6 hours. Put yourself in his position.  Now put it into the context of your own life, and how “hard” things feel.
  8. TRUST God. TRUST yourself. TRUST the story. TRUST Jesus Christ. TRUST your wife. 
  9. Men, LOVE your wife as Jesus loves you. Women, RESPECT your husband and follow him as you follow Jesus.
  10. Once you believe, you will know to follow Jesus. Spread the gospel to your friends, family, and brothers and sisters of Christ.
  11. Just as you took the Red Pill, you will see the CHRIST PILL – the ULTIMATE PILL TO TAKE. Christ will lead you to the ultimate truth – Spiritual truth. Not of flesh, like the beasts manipulating each other in today’s society. Humility. Truth over Power. You will never follow another false idol.
Michal
Michal
3 months ago
Reply to  Christ Pill

That’s brilliant post brother, truly outstanding, we all wish to see more like this. But I must disagree with one thing: western nations as whole are doomed I’m afraid, only small groups of individuals can be saved and only if every single of them chose to do it.

Christ Pill
Christ Pill
3 months ago
Reply to  Michal

I see you aren’t a believer, then.
Suggest you read the book of Numbers and think about it figuratively instead of literally. Good vs Evil, Love vs Hate, Good & Love will always win in the end.
There is only 1 objective truth.
I will continue helping others find God by following the teachings of Jesus Christ, I know your life will change for the better if you do the same.
Best wishes to you.

Michal
Michal
2 months ago
Reply to  Christ Pill

You misunderstood my post

Christ Pill
Christ Pill
2 months ago
Reply to  Michal

Everyone can be saved.

Michal
Michal
2 months ago
Reply to  Christ Pill

I was writing about western civilization as whole, she can’t be saved, things went to far for that. And yes everyone can be saved but not all will.

Stephen
Stephen
2 months ago
Reply to  Michal

Is why I have left the West for Indonesia and Malaysia. (Unfortunately, I returned to visit family and now stuck in this shithole, but I digress.) Gentleman’s paradise! And really I do not refer only to fornication. The women in these countries are still feminine, posses grace, not to mention great physical beauty. .

Michal
Michal
2 months ago
Reply to  Stephen

I think about the same, living in the UK now. It’s even worse here than in US I belive.

Ben
Ben
2 months ago
Reply to  Christ Pill

Wow! Knocked it out of the park. Brilliant post.

Mark
Mark
2 months ago
Reply to  Christ Pill

Hi Christ Pill. How can I learn more about your perspective?
Do you have a blog or website?
Or maybe you can email me or give me a way to contact you.

Thanks

Christ Pill
Christ Pill
2 months ago
Reply to  Mark

what’s your email address?

Mark
Mark
2 months ago
Reply to  Christ Pill

truthority (at) protonmail.com

(sorry accidentally posted below also)

The Bible
The Bible
2 months ago
Reply to  Christ Pill

Only fornicate (anything more than kiss) after engagement + marriage.

You don’t understand the meaning of the word “fornication”.

Fornication (porneia in the Greek) means uncommitted sex.

If two married people are having sex, that is not fornication.

Fornication is the opposite of sex within marriage.

Christ Pill
Christ Pill
2 months ago
Reply to  The Bible

Good point…I’ve made a few edits to this post to ensure it is entirely truth. If you have any other suggestions, please let me know.

Mark
Mark
2 months ago
Reply to  Christ Pill

truthority (at) protonmail.com

RMart
RMart
3 months ago

Hey!
Yes, internet indeed is being used for surveillance but it also, as well as other “Info Technologies” empower the people to circumnavigate censorship, send crypted messages, stay anonymous, etc.
Like, using the same paths “the system” has grown, “against” the system, or better said: to survive despites “the system”.

Research further about internet protocols like TCP/IP and you’ll find they were born to be decentralized and resilient. Of course this was great for war (internal and external) purposes, but ended up being great for everybody.
Internet is the closest thing to democracy the humanity has ever built (in our recorded history).

So yes, it has become centralized “de facto” because everybody uses G’s and FB’s “highways” but if we could de-centralize some things like content indexing for search, and domain names resolving we are not bound to them.

Research further about decentralized web, indyweb, IPFS, all things P2P, etc,etc (oh! and of course all of this is backed by Open Source and Free Software). You’ll find that there is a lot of hope.

Hardest part so far regards autonomy, is hardware, and gaining access to “the Matrix”, i.e Internet Services Providers. But there are initiatives underway like free networks.

Big tech companies has given to us the candy of easy usage and nice interfaces but actually any smart person doesnt need any of that . It comes at that cost: to be surveilled, and to give all the data. Data is great for them enterprises not only to individual surveillance, but to learn about all of us , our behaviour patterns , etc , etc. That’s what’s training the future(?) robots that will mimic us because they learned from all this data we gave away in exchange of nice buttons and be only 2 clicks away from our favorite Youtubers.

Lets self-host all the things and build the ultimate d-centralized network no “mainstream” network could attak

Pete
Pete
3 months ago
Reply to  RMart

Nothing is private, don’t fool yourself.

Nietzsche
Nietzsche
3 months ago

The internet is a double-edged sword for our rulers. It might benefit them in the ways that Roosh describes, but it also enables the masses to easily access information which would previously have been unknown to them – not necessarily secret, but stuff they didn’t know that they didn’t know. The truth about WW2 and how we are still living in the aftermath of the world that directly followed as a result of who won and who lost. The truth about ethnic Europeans being replaced and who is behind it.

The internet gives dissidents the chance to meet online, to speak relatively freely (for now), to compare notes, join the dots, and to organise.

Perhaps the internet offers us our last best chance of saving our civilisation from those who are hellbent on destroying it.

Dave
Dave
3 months ago
Reply to  Nietzsche

“Dissidents” posting on the internet will not “save our civilisation” as is evidenced by the the decline of the west over the last 20 years. You have inadvertently hit upon another reason why the internet is good for the powers that be, it is a saftey valve. Being allowed to post tweets and comments on discussion boards allows nationalists etc to feel as if they are actually doing something without risking anything. People vent online and it is mostly rendered harmless.

As far as having access to information that is no longer the case. Just do a google search for anything relatively controversial and you will now find carefully selected search results.

Michal
Michal
3 months ago
Reply to  Dave

No one can save civilization, the west is gone. What we got now is not what it was, our culture vanished few generations ago, but slowly declining since 18 century. It is anticivilization in rule, means no rules at all, law of the jungle. We can only save ourselves as individuals, that’s actually what Christ teaches. Secular thinkers try to implement morality on secular ground but it fails miserably, man without faith degenerates into monkey. Isn’t what evolutionists tell us since Darwin? They preach slavery and call it freedom.

Nietzsche
Nietzsche
3 months ago
Reply to  Michal

Your comment reminds me of those religious people who seem baffled that a person can be non-religious, not believe in any God, but live a moral life where they don’t commit crimes. “Why do you not steal, if you don’t believe in God?” They seem to think that the fact you don’t steal is somehow proof that you do, ‘really’ believe in God, otherwise you’d behave immorally. Isn’t that incredible? And doesn’t it say so much more about themselves? That they only behave morally because they think someone is watching? Isn’t it true that a person can only truly be judged on how they behave when they think nobody is looking?

I have no faith. I don’t presume to state categorically that no God or supernatural exists, because I know that I don’t know. I simply have not encountered a good reason to believe it. As far as I am concerned then, nobody is watching. But you know who is watching? I am. I try to behave morally because I think it’s the right thing to do, and I like to be able to live with myself and look myself in the mirror without feeling guilt or shame. I want to have self respect. So your contention is wrong. I have no faith but I am no monkey.

Michal
Michal
3 months ago
Reply to  Nietzsche

I think you taken what I said too personally, wasn’t my intention to offend you so sorry if you are.

Nietzsche
Nietzsche
3 months ago
Reply to  Michal

I didn’t take it personally and I am not offended brother. I just think it’s an interesting philosophical issue. It is why the term ‘God-fearing’ was coined, isn’t it? If you’re a God-fearing man then it implies that you only do the right thing because you’re afraid of the wrath of God otherwise. Well if you were God, what would you think of your creations who only behaved properly out of fear? Is a religious man who doesn’t steal only because he fears God’s wrath, more righteous than an avowed atheist who doesn’t steal simply because he knows it’s wrong?

Christ Pill
Christ Pill
2 months ago
Reply to  Nietzsche

Suggest you read the Bible, instead of listening to a 3rd party’s view on the Bible (who likely listened to another 3rd party view who also did not read it themselves). Podcast: BEMA #1 Trust the Story / #2 Adam and Eve are a good start.

Mark
Mark
2 months ago
Reply to  Christ Pill

Hey! I wanna learn more about your perspectives.
How can i get in touch with you?

Michal
Michal
3 months ago
Reply to  Nietzsche

I assume you must be more into philosophical explanation of morality considering your nickname. I was into that as well, for many years. Problem is that vast majority of people do not understand what Nietzsche, Shopenhauer or Kant says. Too many worlds, too much analysing, intellectualisig…and no hope. It’s hope what people need, simplicity of faith, simple commands like “love your neighbour as yourself”, “do not steal”, “do not kill” etc. No masses are going to gather in buildings on Sunday morning to contemplate on “Ecce Homo”.

Nietzsche
Nietzsche
3 months ago
Reply to  Michal

I believe that the fewer words you can express your point in, the more succinct you can be, the better. I can’t speak for Nietzsche or Schopenhauer but that is my philosophy.

edit – I misread too many worlds as words. lol.

Michal
Michal
3 months ago
Reply to  Nietzsche

I respect philosophy, truly do but philosophers didn’t have much impact on civilization. Faith did. I look on Muslims now, I’m not big fan of their religion but still it gives them as whole strong sense of purpose, hope and drive. What we got in the west now after fall of Christianity as main religion? Chaos, some weird mixture of ideology, pseudo spirituality, rampant hedonism, cult of “me”. I red Mark Manson last book, I like this guy, but he despite all good intended efforts can’t say anything about hope except we shall have none.

Nietzsche
Nietzsche
3 months ago
Reply to  Michal

You don’t need to be a quote unquote ‘philosopher’ to have a philosophy or opinions about same. Any more than you need to be a professional weatherman to step outside, get wet and notice that it’s raining. Everyone has a philosophy, whether they’ve worked it out for themselves or they’ve – perhaps unconsciously – adopted someone else’s.

And yes, the Muslims are strong and have a sense of purpose and solidarity that typical atomised Westerners lack, especially white people.

Michal
Michal
3 months ago
Reply to  Nietzsche

From my perspective most of people don’t have any build in or even borrowed sence of morality that can exercise upon time of need. They boast to all how “good” or “godly” they are but when it comes to execution then usually fail miserably. Everyone now wants to appear as righteous to impress the others. At least Christianity teaches us that we are all flawed and shall build our character acknowledging this fact, if not there will be only virtue signaling.

Stephen
Stephen
2 months ago
Reply to  Michal

Islam could help resolve key existential challenges to the West: restoration of morality, family structure, and perhaps most importantly in many countries, reproduction.

Alan
Alan
2 months ago
Reply to  Nietzsche

This is easily combated by having control of search engines and major media sources and flooding them with counter information. This creates doubt and confusion / diverts / distracts from any truth.

Rtalker
Rtalker
3 months ago

Just about every claim in this article is nonsense.

“The Internet was created as an information gathering network”. No, it certainly was not. Did it evolve to that later? Sure, maybe.

“The Internet was designed as a prediction machine”. Nope. Not even remotely true. Has it long since become a prediction machine? Maybe. But it wasn’t designed for that purpose any more than it was designed originally to broadcast porn, sell toasters, or transmit bitcoin.

The person who wrote this article doesn’t even appear to understand the difference between “the Internet” and “The World Wide Web”.

This is just terrible writing and terrible logic.

Alan
Alan
2 months ago
Reply to  Rtalker

Nice pedantic

Good job

Aidan
Aidan
3 months ago

I’ve long feared as much. Worse yet, users are *invited* to divulge their opinions, to be persecuted later, with the false promise of free expression. Even this comment may be indexed and archived indefinitely.

Dariusz
Dariusz
3 months ago

Paul Rosenberg made a somewhat similar book available, I haven’t read it https://freemansperspective.com/the-new-age-of-intelligence/

In the olden days it took some resources and effort to gather intelligence about someone’s contacts, family, views and habits. Now the subjects cover all those costs directly, staying connected. Anyway, the Gospel must be proclaimed boldly, while what’s personal had better remain private, and I wouldn’t trust any encryption for life and death matters (let everyone individually decide what they are).

Pornodio
Pornodio
3 months ago

Schizotypal personality disorder

Be drug-free: Stop popping “pills”
Be drug-free: Stop popping “pills”
3 months ago

Roosh has become the modern day equivalent of an Armenian-American Rasputin.

paul Cahalan
paul Cahalan
3 months ago

So what do we do about it. I have a habit of not carrying my phone with me but I think we can do better.

Lithuanian bear
Lithuanian bear
2 months ago
Reply to  paul Cahalan

Take a stead pill. Get a family. Learn hard skills. Get closer to god and disengage from relying to the system of the beast. Its not easy but worth it. You will become invisible to them.

almadison
almadison
2 months ago

There is nothing to worry about in the big picture. Why ? almost every technological advance – even those first created by elites to oppress the masses ends up liberating the masses even more. Think: the written word, printing press, and the gun.

The “elites” have already made the mistake of creating the internet and surveillance grid and making it ubiquitous. What does this mean ? Its means that in the same way they can surveill and hack you, that you can do the same in reverse. Sure, for now they think they are anonymously watching people, but as we speak or shortly, with tech developed by some kid in his mother’s basement anyone will be able to surveill them. The actual agent, contractor, manager, exec, appointee, legislator, lobbyist, etc. all the way up the chain..and their families…and their friends..etc.

You add in quantum computing and what u will get in about a decade is another great leap in human freedom. What we are experiencing now is the current system shooting its oppressive load trying to impress everyone with the power it holds. What it spent in trillions and took decades to build will be able to be penetrated in reverse by someone spending hundreds and months, maybe years.

I remember clearly General Petreus bragging to Congress about how the “internet of things” would allow them to spy on everyone all the time. What that retard didnt realize was that the first people to be spied on will be the people building, maintaining, and operating the spy system. How did he fall ? someone hacking his email ( and other contacts most likely) and discovering his mistresses.

Fleischbaum
Fleischbaum
2 months ago

Thank you brother Roosh!

Charles
Charles
2 months ago

“The only minor flaw of this book is that Mr. Levine throws out gratuitous anti-racist and anti-Nazi statements as if by compulsion…”
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Doesn’t this author’s statement provide the overriding reason why left-leaning, (Tractor) control of western populations is being sought?

Çatal Höyük
Çatal Höyük
2 months ago

The irony coming from someone who uses the Internet all the time.

Çatal Höyük
Çatal Höyük
2 months ago

So if the Internet is so destructive to your life, than why can’t you muster an ounce of discipline and get rid of your internet subscription? You can go visit a cafe or something.