Alternatives to Facebook
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Which would you recommend?

Ello
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Minds
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MeWe
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Vero
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Diaspora
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Other (please specify)
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Total Members Voted: 3

Lynx

Alternatives to Facebook
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Looking for something which is not quite so ad infested AND which doesn't censor free speech, bar standard/criminal slurs of course.

HMS-776

Re: Alternatives to Facebook
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After I deleted FB over a year ago I just gave up on social media. I hear minds is good as well as Gab though.

Gab has dissenter which allows you to comment on anything on the internet but you can only see the comments if you have the extension. It's pretty awesome though.

The next alternative we're going to be looking for is for YT. With their recent search changes it's nearly impossible to find current information. Obviously they are getting ready to censor the next big story. I wonder if it has anything to do with Wikileaks 'Sin' files they are preparing to release?

Lynx

Re: Alternatives to Facebook
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Gab, eh?
Thanks for the tip, gonna check it out :thumbsup:

Yes, YT is very much in the hands of what powers that be.

Maybe it's a natural step in the online community evolution.
When we the people have had enough of all kinds of opression, new pastures will emerge that which promises uncontrolled online freedom.........atleast for a while, until it's time to move on yet again :-)

Matt Watts

Re: Alternatives to Facebook
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Unfortunately "The Internet" as a whole is privately owned.  Most all of the infrastructure (routers, switches, firewalls, IPSs, DSLAMS, copper & fiber optic cable, etc.) is in the hands of corporations (and you know what I think of modern corporations).  They all exist "for profit" and will do anything to keep the cash flow going--a cash flow that is initiated and kept in perpetual control by the international bankers.  These corporations will do what they are told to ensure their continued survival.  So with that as a backing, it is very difficult to shoehorn any kind of software on top of "The Internet" that supports the public at large.  Software still to this day operates very much the same--basic client/server topology.  It doesn't take long at all for servers and hosts to be pinpointed and traffic blocked.  I saw this happen early in the crypto-currency arena where servers could be choked, completely manipulating the price.  People in-the-know could pump-n-dump these crypto-currencies right out of existence and make a huge chunk of change in the process.  The average player had no idea what was going on.

I'm afraid as much as we would like to hack away at the branches of this evil tree, the only real solution is to cut away the root.  Until we find a way to do that I suspect our efforts will be in vain.

We're are at the moment very fortunate to still have this forum.  I had this wish way back when we transitioned to Wedge that we could have a fully integrated media package that didn't rely on any outside software support for audio, video and all other types of digital media and communication.  Didn't quite turn out that way.  We still have links to YouTube and I see videos referenced on this forum disappearing daily.  We also now have Discord which is again outside our control.  This platform itself sits in a Linode data center that could be targeted at any time.  As the velvet glove comes off the iron fist, things are going to get more and more difficult.  It's certainly not a bright future ahead.  I wish I had the answer to it all, but I don't.  Best I can do is encourage new ideas and hope one of them happens to cut the head off the snake.

securesupplies

Re: Alternatives to Facebook
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Old schools  ham radio internet , some times it is best to go backwards,
as tech has moved so fast simple things are now complex to do for the un trained  LOL

Dan

Belfior

Re: Alternatives to Facebook
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I wonder if 5G is going to be a hit at all, since it is a phased array. You can boil brains with it and it will get surpassed by something better like quantum entanglement technology. That is going to be instant and limitless.

I gave up facebook and decided to meet people in more analogical ways. Has been working well, except for my liver...

I am trying to find a replacement for gmail, but need to replace every place I have my gmail accounts as pwd recovery. I do have many domains and I can use them for email. Google does not give you free email for nothing...

haxar


securesupplies

Re: Alternatives to Facebook
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Well the Face book world of builder is very Big all have some sort of back channels going also

We can be safe in the fact there are 10 of thousands building Meyers

HMS-776

Re: Alternatives to Facebook
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Matt and Lynx,

I used to think it was corrupt govs that were the problem, then I realized the problem is big corporations. First they lobby to create regulation and control. In time the corporation becomes so big that its enemy becomes the source of (competition) creative thinking, the individual.

Even then you could say the corporation is just doing what it needs to in order to stay in business. Beyond the corporation, the real problem lies in the manufactured shortage of money IMO. The manufactured shortage I think causes people to shift into a competitive survival of the fittest psychology which forces us to see the rest of the world as an opponent. Also, money in this day and age is freedom, how many times have we seen our corrupt politicians and financial elite get away with crimes that would carry a death sentence for us commoners

Matt, the Crypto thing really interests me, I read a book by George Gilder a few weeks ago called 'Life after Google' that was fascinating...Great book if your interested in crypto, software etc. I hope it comes true. Gilder was definitely right about his last book 'Life after Television' that he wrote I believe in the mid 1990s.

EU passed articles 13 and 11 today that people are saying will ban memes and force YT and all online platforms to protect and enforce copyrights....As we all know this is another obvious attack against the people by the monopoly to curtail free speech and eliminate opposing views and criticism of the media.

I think the only hope humanity has is that somehow inventions (Like crypto) will overtake the system in some way or another...As the internet ges more regulated and controlled the Dark Net or something similar IMO will be the next internet.

securesupplies

Re: Alternatives to Facebook
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people are already very active with peer to peer

The movement is major

Belfior

Re: Alternatives to Facebook
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Well governments are part of the problem too. Politicians have power, they get corrupted and filmed with a goat... Then they sit on boards of big companies. Then they start to pass laws that give companies more rights than people have.

patrick1

Re: Alternatives to Facebook
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Flack that we dont want a dark net and a "internet"

all the kids will use the childrape one at school, then at home, - and you have 2 sets of bills either way..

------ funny thing is, - as much as i like too think of myself as the master of the blatantly obvious. - i can pin down in 1 sentence exactly what the problem actually is.

but i could tell you one solution...... off the top of my head ;-D..DD

have 3 internets instead, - one for each of the primary religions. and then some secondaries too, -.   THATS JUST ABOUT CRAZZY ENOUGH TOO WORK.

Matt Watts

Re: Alternatives to Facebook
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Quote from securesupplies on March 26th, 07:34 PM
We can be safe in the fact there are 10 of thousands building Meyers
Yippee!  :cheerleader:

I feel so much better now.
Quote from securesupplies on March 27th, 09:39 AM
people are already very active with peer to peer
Yeah, that will work.  :rolleyes:

My personal DNS servers have already been "deplatformed".  They resolve here in the states, but nowhere else.  The domain name registrar "is at a complete loss as to why".  I know why...   Because they don't like the way I talk about "the system".  My "social credit score" is in the dirt and will likely stay that way.

But then again, if you actively participate in the "blessed" disinformation campaign, you're Internet should work great.  It's only the truth tellers that take it in the ass--just ask the New Zealanders that posses the latest shooting video.

Pay and conform, or be gone.  The mark of the beast is everywhere and I'll bet everyone has it.  In other words, we're owned.

So anyway, if you want to do "peer to peer", you better get up-to-speed with Remote Viewing, because the Internet will soon be dead for doing anything useful/truthful.

Belfior

Re: Alternatives to Facebook
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Quote from Matt Watts on March 27th, 12:57 PM
Yippee!  :cheerleader:

I feel so much better now.


Yeah, that will work.  :rolleyes:

My personal DNS servers have already been "deplatformed".  They resolve here in the states, but nowhere else.  The domain name registrar "is at a complete loss as to why".  I know why...   Because they don't like the way I talk about "the system".  My "social credit score" is in the dirt and will likely stay that way.

But then again, if you actively participate in the "blessed" disinformation campaign, you're Internet should work great.  It's only the truth tellers that take it in the ass--just ask the New Zealanders that posses the latest shooting video.

Pay and conform, or be gone.  The mark of the beast is everywhere and I'll bet everyone has it.  In other words, we're owned.

So anyway, if you want to do "peer to peer", you better get up-to-speed with Remote Viewing, because the Internet will soon be dead for doing anything useful/truthful.
I have read few studies on Remote Viewing and there is something there. I mean we do have placebo, so why not something even bigger?

I got so scared after the first time I am going to stick to this free energy research for awhile. I think we can all do it to some extent. I got this friend whose intuition goes off the roof. I am gonna plant him in a sensory deprivation tank and get me some lottery numbers!

HMS-776

Re: Alternatives to Facebook
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Remote viewing is interesting.

Who here has listened to Steven Greer's talk of CE-5 contact via remote viewing & deep meditation?
Interesting stuff to say the least.

patrick1

Re: Alternatives to Facebook
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Personally i dont think remote viewing is real, i have done the course, read the 40 pages of stuff. - very professional, cept i think its fake

better options too persue are very curious ;-).  p2p, clouds etc

Matt Watts

Re: Alternatives to Facebook
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Check out http://farsight.org/ or https://cryptoviewing.com/  Dick Allgire is no slouch. 

You might even send a PM to Gunther Rattay.  He's trained people for years.  If he didn't live so far away, I'd certainly consult his services.  I'd love to be able to mentally walk into the laboratory where some of the past inventors put together their devices and just take real good notes and see what they really had.  Imagine actually being there when Stan Meyer started his buggy, or when Steven Mark did his demonstrations.  Like a fly on the wall, seeing it all...

Makes you wonder about actual privacy.  If Remote Viewing is real, then there cannot be any privacy and the whole concept is a farce.  I was told a long time ago when I was a kid, "Don't do anything you couldn't tell your grandmother about, because she might be there watching."  Truth?  Or just a good guilt trip?

securesupplies


patrick1

Re: Alternatives to Facebook
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haha fantastic matt, - love those websites, - they even offer a remove viewing service for the surface of mars, and bitcoin futures

i really just want too touch base with monica leuinski

Belfior

Re: Alternatives to Facebook
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Quote from Matt Watts on March 28th, 01:25 PM
Check out http://farsight.org/ or https://cryptoviewing.com/  Dick Allgire is no slouch. 

You might even send a PM to Gunther Rattay.  He's trained people for years.  If he didn't live so far away, I'd certainly consult his services.  I'd love to be able to mentally walk into the laboratory where some of the past inventors put together their devices and just take real good notes and see what they really had.  Imagine actually being there when Stan Meyer started his buggy, or when Steven Mark did his demonstrations.  Like a fly on the wall, seeing it all...

Makes you wonder about actual privacy.  If Remote Viewing is real, then there cannot be any privacy and the whole concept is a farce.  I was told a long time ago when I was a kid, "Don't do anything you couldn't tell your grandmother about, because she might be there watching."  Truth?  Or just a good guilt trip?
Well something like RV is a very hard concept for people, that have been taught since birth that you work and pay taxes. Then you die. There is no way you just read a book and start describing the surface of Mars.

I on the other hand think it is possible and that there are really no limits or natural law that prohibits you from doing what you wish. Everything is EM waves even matter and we can create EM waves in our heads.

I had one try of RV and I was impressed. Once you get pass the disbelief and looking at the insides of your eyelids you might start to get impressions on the target.

I don't force my beliefs on people and they can believe what they will. I just think there is a lot of proof that we are not just meat sacks waiting to die

securesupplies

Re: Alternatives to Facebook
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 motor homes are not rv try a motor home   look up holiday rambler

~Russ

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Funny...

Personally... you want to keep up with people...

Give them a phone call, go to there house and visit, or send them some snail mail...

For me, beteeen YouTube,  email, and this forum. I cant keep up...

Just my 2 cents..

~Russ

Ps... I gave up face book when it came out...

And it was the best decision i made in a long time... the other was giving up McDonald's... hehe

Ok fine. I still get a ice cream every once in a while... but thats it!


Matt Watts

Re: Alternatives to Facebook
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Quote from ~Russ on March 30th, 07:30 PM
Give them a phone call, go to there house and visit, or send them some snail mail...
You know don't you, if Vegas wasn't so far away, I'd know all your kid's middle names, their quirks and habits.  That's just for starters.  Our research would be way out there by now.