RT @Gizmodo@twitter.com

ABC News broadcasts fake Syria bombing video that's actually from a Kentucky military show in 2017 gizmo.do/O8Xd96O

πŸ¦πŸ”—: twitter.com/Gizmodo/status/118

JC Brand boosted

'Mercedes apologises to China after quoting Dalai Lama'
> telegraph.co.uk/news/2018/02/0

... and this is when it started to seem like all that politically correct language policing, and the demonization of people defending the principles of free speech, might not have been such a great idea ...

Stallman, Pedophilia 

Stallman, Pedophilia 

Stallman, Pedophilia 


I can't wire money to my bank account in South Africa (from EU) without first going through a bureaucratic process of providing the SA bank all my details and explaining to them why I'm transferring my own money to my own account.

Also, some German banks don't want to wire to SA at all, so I have to carefully choose the sending bank.

Maybe this bitcoin thing has a usecase after all.

RT @robertjhansen@twitter.com

Good news, everyone: Enigmail, the OpenPGP plugin for the Thunderbird email client, is being abandoned! Yaaaaaay!

Better news, everyone: it's because native OpenPGP support will be included in Thunderbird starting in version 78! YAAAAAAY! 1/

πŸ¦πŸ”—: twitter.com/robertjhansen/stat

RT @DigitalLawyer@twitter.com

Oooof. Was just subjected to the most credible phishing attempt I've experienced to date. Here were the steps:

1) "Hi, this is your bank. There was an attempt to use your card in Miami, Florida. Was this you?"

Me: no.

πŸ¦πŸ”—: twitter.com/DigitalLawyer/stat


I'm glad you like it. By being the author I'm hyper-aware of all its flaws, so it's nice to hear that people get value out of it :D

More to come!

@Wolf480pl @strypey

I guess that's the best possible argument for feature inconsistency but I doubt it's worth it.

IMO you can get biodiversity by having multiple independent implementations in different languages and platforms while still implementing the same spec and being largely mutually compatible and feature consistent.

@strypey @Wolf480pl

I'm not aware of anyone who sees "feature inconsistency" as a feature. The actual feature is extensibility and the cost is inconsistency.

The compliance suites are an attempt to "fix" this as much as is possible in a distributed, anarchical community.

The XSF is working on adding compliance badges so that projects can advertise their level of conformance.

Things however happen slowly because the FOSS XMPP community is small and largely made up of volunteers.

RT @PresVillain@twitter.com


πŸ¦πŸ”—: twitter.com/PresVillain/status

RT @_draad@twitter.com

Time to give back to the community! Leave a comment on the nr1 thing that you learned in your bugbounty/hacking journey and I will select a recipient of @yaworsk@twitter.com s awesome book on the 10th of October!
Only EU peeps!

πŸ¦πŸ”—: twitter.com/_draad/status/1180


I think there's been a resurgence of interest due to the work of "Architects and Engineers for 911 truth" which AFAIK made this and other videos and are calling for a new investigation into 911.


If you really consider and digest the implications of what's apparently happened here, it really is a sort of "red pill" moment.

I'm careful to try and stick to verifiable facts though (even circumstantial) and not get involved in crazy speculation.

I've fallen into the #911 rabbit hole again recently. Seems like there is more activity around this topic online due to the recent study from Alaska showing that fires couldn't have collapsed that building.

Here's a recent video that sums up much of what's known about the apparent cover-up of how WTC7 collapsed (and therefore questions the entire official 911 narrative).


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