Smartphones Monitor How Goyim Walk, Type And Spend Their Free Time

Julian Johnson
Julian Johnson

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Forget Face ID: a collaboration between the Defense Department and a NY-based company called TWOSENSE.AI, has birthed an artificial intelligence algorithm that could be embedded in smartphones and will be able to identify the device owner by the way they talk, type, walk and even by how "they spend their free time".

TWOSENSE.AI is working with the Department of Defense to build a SaaS product that could eventually replace access cards currently used to verify the identities of DOD employees when logging onto the department's networks.

The AI constantly monitors the user's behavior, including how they carry the device, type on it and even walk. The system then automatically verifies the user's identity using these parameters, enabling them to work seamlessly on their secure network without having to login each time.

Similar to privacy-stripping developments in China, the system updates a "trust score" as it tracks these metrics, based on the algorithm's level of confidence that the correct person is using the device. Jeremy Corey, chief of the Defense Information Systems Agency’s Cyber Innovation Division said in May: "The score is checked to ensure it meets the desired threshold. This threshold is predetermined by the organization we are piloting our prototype with. This could be configured by the application owner, so long as it is within the authorizing official's accepted level of risk."

The $2.4 million contract was awarded in October through the Army's other transaction authority, which allows certain agencies to sign contracts for advanced research outside of the scope of the Federal Acquisition Regulation. 75 prototypes were supposed to have already been delivered last year for testing, according to a technical director at DISA. After testing, the technology will be embedded in certain smartphones at the manufacturing level before being acquired by the DOD. We're guessing this excludes Huawei from becoming a potential partner on the project.

Dr. Dawud Gordon, CEO of TWOSENSE.AI said: “Both DISA and TWOSENSE.AI believe that continuous authentication is the cornerstone of securing identity. Behavior-based authentication is invisible to the user, therefore it can be used continuously without creating any extra work.”

The project is reportedly working through "existing partnerships" between DISA, Qualcomm and Samsung.

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Nathan Hall
Nathan Hall

I can't believe so many people buy this garbage.

Samuel Johnson
Samuel Johnson

ive seen hi tech shunning contractors go from indestructible flip phones to iphones just because of shit like facetime

James Miller
James Miller

a lot of people who are averse to signing up for (((social media))) will do so because their phones now require it everything is being done in tandem by these big friendly tech giants for the (((consumers benefit)))

Jose Baker
Jose Baker

not owning a primary flip phone and two burner phones you randomly alternate between
just y

Ayden Flores
Ayden Flores

What I hate is even some of the newer linux OS is shilling this too, not so heavily but ubuntu now comes with Apps for Amazon and Google. Fuck that shit, I just uninstall that crap and install software I like on there. But when linux begins shilling this crap, we know there is a problem.

As for mandating that crap to activate your phone, WHAT THE FUCK!? People go along with it? Sick.

Lucas Rivera
Lucas Rivera

Digital cattle ranching.

Leo Bell
Leo Bell

This disinformation needs to stop.

Regardless if you have a dumb phone (like pictured) or a smart phone, cell towers can pinpoint you location by using triangulation (three towers) to literally 3/4 of a mile. Pursuant to that, they also have the ability to track movement across towns, cities and states. So embedded software or not, cell companies can easily determine how and where you go in a 24 hour period. They know how long you've spent at location A and how often you're at location B. Again regardless of whether you use a dumb phone or not. Things like AI only serve to make location more precise.

Liam Rivera
Liam Rivera

Fuck all that.
I'm going back to smoke signals.

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Luke Baker
Luke Baker

They do sell Faraday bags for phones to block out wifi/gps signals.

However, a "smartphone" is much worse because it holds A LOT more data. At least with a flip phone all they can get is caller IDs if its hacked. I even cover up the camera, so they can't remotely snoop on me or my surroundings. I have the ringer on high so I can hear when someone calls me from the other room, as to mitigate mic spying too. Thats the way to do it.

Luis Rivera
Luis Rivera

My flip phone is too heavy. My hands shake and I think I’m going to drop it every time I get a call.

Liam Jenkins
Liam Jenkins

You can also make a faraday box yourself purchasing local materials.

Tyler Parker
Tyler Parker

Does anyone here seriously believe that flip phones are any less compromised?

Joshua Collins
Joshua Collins

They're not as good as wired landline phones, but they're way better than "smart"phone botnet crap out there.

So yes. All I use my flip phone for is to make calls. No internet. No texting. None of that. So all they can get is those caller IDs. And my camera is covered up, so good luck trying to use that to spy on me. And if I want privacy where I travel, I'll simply leave my flip phone at home when I drive around.

Sebastian Cook
Sebastian Cook

it is not about location data it is about building a profile. the more sensors a phone has the more data it can collect, the more processing power it has the more of that data it can process and send back in cheap to process chunks.

Ayden Bell
Ayden Bell

At least this'll racially profile shitksins among many others who don't deserve it

Colton Thomas
Colton Thomas

THAT, and at least flip phones don't have Facebook and Google apps built in that suck up all your data and sell it off to other third parties.

Remember: government is only HALF the enemy here, "Big Tech" is a whole other beast we need to get off our backs too. And YES, those fuckers work together hand-in-hand!

I actually made a whole article about it (three times) but the BO removed the thread every single time. It explained exactly how big tech and government work together to spy on you!

Caleb Brooks
Caleb Brooks

i've tried using a flip phone and its pretty luxurious in a weird way. you miss a lot of the drama that you can do without because you have no social media. also there is even 3g video call on. and the best feature is you can actually turn it off (removable batterty)

Eli Cox
Eli Cox

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Liam Long
Liam Long

Thats likely true, it spies on everything.

I say chuck it. Switch to a cheap flip phone. Don't bring it into your bedroom or any other room where you want privacy. Just cover up the camera, put it in an isolated place and turn up the ringer to high so you can hear if someone calls. That simple!

Camden Perry
Camden Perry

WHO CARES ?!! nobody ever promised you privacy over digital devices. your constitutional right to privacy can still be enjoyed by sitting in a tree stump, (which you do) so stop your whining

lol wrong. they are getting more than just 'caller IDs. they are monitoring and storing every single word you say on your phone calls, they are gathering every person you call and creating a spiderweb 'social network' of association, and most importantly THEY CAN PASSIVELY LISTEN TO EVERYTHING YOU SAY THROUGH YOUR FLIP PHONE'S MIC EVEN WHEN YOU'RE NOT USING THE PHONE just like they could always do with a landline phone, even when it was 'hung up' resting in it's cradle on the base.

Cooper Stewart
Cooper Stewart

the real question here is:

WHO GIVES A FLYING FUCK??
if you didn't realize they would make maximum utilization of these abilities offered by digital technology, then you're a dumbass.

of course they can do this and of course they ARE doing it.

and they're doing much, much more….

but who cares?

Matthew Rodriguez
Matthew Rodriguez

and as a smartphone user, i can tell you this:

i would NEVER allow the facebook app to be enabled on any of my devices, or use any other app or website that requires a facebook account as cross verification.

Elijah Thomas
Elijah Thomas

Who cares? Anyone that cares about NEWS should care. This is honest news reporting. This is what the news is supposed to do! Expose corruption. Expose unsatisfying facts. Expose controversial topics such as this.

Its called NEWS! REAL NEWS.

Jack Martin
Jack Martin

THE "GOYIM" HAVE THE RIGHT TO KNOW!

Isaiah Watson
Isaiah Watson

ive got news for you, killcen….

The D.O.D. has been operating different versions of their monitoring programs since WWII

Like Minaret and echelon….

and when your old landline phone was rested in it's cradle (see attached pic) you THOUGHT it was 'hung up', but in all actuality, only the speaker in the earpiece as disconnected.

The government COULD and DID use this archaic technological ability to listen to people's conversations in their houses through the landline mouthpiece….

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Gabriel Edwards
Gabriel Edwards

You could always easily unlpug those when need be though. And they don't have all kinds of other data or third party services imbedded within them.

Also another major point to add: they still had to physically tap the lines around your premise to do it!

Jaxon Bailey
Jaxon Bailey

yes that was one sensor and could unplug it from the wall.

Lucas Jones
Lucas Jones

i don't care - neither should you
wow the damage control is really off the hook on this thread.

Dominic Russell
Dominic Russell

PARALLEL CONSTRUCTION

the act of creating a plausible 'investigation sequence' to make it appear that they arrested citizens through legal investigation techniques, when they actually obtained the evidence by violating your constitutional privacy rights….

Theyve been using PARALLEL CONSTRUCTION for decades and decades.

AGAIN: they could listen to you in your house, even when your old landline was 'hung up'

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Brandon Ward
Brandon Ward

Q: how often did you unplug your landline from the wall in the 1960s ?

how about the 1970s ?

and the 1980s ?

BE HONEST, KILLCEN !!!!
HOW OFTEN DID YOU UNPLUG YOUR LANDLINE FROM THE WALL, AWARE THAT THEY COULD LISTEN TO YOU?

William Butler
William Butler

Because what they plan to do with all of that information is worse than merely gathering it.

Take your meds

Cooper Stewart
Cooper Stewart

TRUE STORY (I retract details to keep proper OPSEC). Around 20 years ago several neighbors of mine were all contacted by FBI men, at their doors. They were simply asking questions about me, what I did, my hobbies, if I go out a lot and when. One of them was a friend so he alerted me about it. Glad he did.

About a month passed. Big deal right? Well one day a white van pulled up around our block. Turned out to be some kind of power company, so I speculate. They ended up going around the post where my landline was (during this time I was using an old landline phone). I saw them with my own eyes, they tapped it. Nothing was wrong with that line before. I figured this had something to do with those questions.

So, I disconnected the landline completely from the side of my house for three months. No one could call, I couldn't call either. Had EVERYTHING done by mail or by calling via paying by phone booth around the corner of town.

Eventually, the SAME van was spotted some months later, and they disconnected the tap.

Hunter Gonzalez
Hunter Gonzalez

I never said YOU shouldn't care

I said WHO CARES ?

meaning I DON'T CARE
and whoever does care
should've known better
and if it bothers you that much
fucking disconnect, dammit

by the way, youre on the internet

Colton Mitchell
Colton Mitchell

the real reason shills are getting so nervous is that the bulk of today's control grid is based on consent. this is why governments around the world are pushing 5G and cashless, to remove the need for consent.

Caleb Cruz
Caleb Cruz

if you have nothing to hide you have nothing to worry about, and if you have nothing to worry about, you have nothing to hide. amirite?

Sebastian Morales
Sebastian Morales

it used to be so much more expensive to do this sort of thing, the cheaper this stuff is, the more people have access to it. imagine facebook went bankrupt, their biggest asset would be all the data they collected ((unwittingly)), and they could sell it to anyone.

Lucas James
Lucas James

ANOTHER TRUE STORY:
(even though you'll think I'm lying)

in 1996 i was pulled over while driving out of Atlanta. I had a suspended license, no insurance, and i was transporting drugs down to Macon.

the Henry County Deputy took my (suspended & expired) license back to his cruiser to 'run me' on his computer. while i was telling my ex-wife goodbye, knowing i was about to go to jail, and giving her instructions about how to bail me out, the Deputy got out of his car and approached my car…

but he wasnt walking normally.

He was kinda squatting, walking kinda crouched down, taking weird slow steps to my car. He had my license in his hand, his arm extended out in front of him…

and thats when he made a mistake :

He told me, "YOU HAVE A DO NOT APPREHEND, SIR!"

i asked him, "what did you just say?" and he repeated, "You have a do not apprehend, sir. Have a nice day!"

I started up my car, trembling in my boots, and drove back to my house. I called the Henry County Sheriff's Office, and told the dispatcher what just happened, and she looked me up on her computer. I could hear her tapping the keys.

"Yep. It says here Do Not Apprehend."

I asked her, "what does that mean?" andshe said, "i guess it means you're not supposed to be apprehended." so i asked her, "who put that on there?" and she said, "i have no idea." so i finally asked her, "well, if someone put that on there, WHO could've done it?" and that's when the tone of her voice changed, and she got irritated…

she said, "look Mr. McGovern, I've been working here for 22 years, and I have never seen this before. It says you have a do not apprehend, so have a nice day."

That status lasted for a few years….

it turns out i was being investigated by the FBI
and the Do Not Apprehend staus meant that
no local jurisdictions were supposed to arrest
me, because it would interfere with their ongoing investigation….

and guess what ?……

I didnt even care

Liam Campbell
Liam Campbell

No…. Thats NOT what im saying…

what i meant was WHO CARES ?…..

There's nothing you can do about it except to become a Keebler Elf and that live in a hollow tree

And I'm not going to live in a fucking tree stump

I'm not going to spend my life panicking and worrying about shit that I can't control

Luke Stewart
Luke Stewart

They're using this data to mind control destinations.

Christopher Gray
Christopher Gray

Oh, and by the way….
the Do Not Apprehend story is 100% TRUE

absolutely true…..

It turns out the reason I was under investigation was because I was good friends with the LUCCI FAMILY in Atlanta….

Susan Lucci is part of their family….

You might have heard of their family from the days before they changed their last name

it used to be lucchese, as in the Lucchese crime family

Jacob Martin
Jacob Martin

Hey are you guys using my math for anything or do I get to write a new tomb with weird symbols on it?

-kal

Joshua Flores
Joshua Flores

True. My conclusion form all of this was that the FBI simply did not have enough of a detailed profile on me, so they were trying to do what they could at the time to get more info. I didn't do anything wrong.

Remember that the FBI has been known to keep profiles on every American. So I'm assuming thats why they were asking my neighbors questions and had my phoneline tapped.

Lucas Wright
Lucas Wright

i wasnt involved in anything 'La Cosa Nostra' with Toni Lucci and her son Shawn…

i was just really good friends with them….

Jackson Walker
Jackson Walker

I used to know one of those elves. Until the gooberment took her away from me. :(

Charles Foster
Charles Foster

Facebook and Google can sell my data all they want….

its NOT going to change my life.

for example:
MY NAME IS ANDREW L MCGOVERN
DOB 9-8-1963
223 COLLEGE ST MACON GA 31201
478-234-6708

i dont give a flying fuck

Blake Adams
Blake Adams

No. You can disable and execute a dog by it's innocent nature and habits. You poison where it walks or lays… Etc
The point is so that you will not have a future and it can be handed to someone else.

This whole I have nothing to hide so I need no privacy argument has to be understood from a future crime, espionage ,and corporate sabotage.

Nathan Robinson
Nathan Robinson

Obviously you're being forced to type this by the same cybernetic weapon that's pretty much allowed free reign.

Dylan Cooper
Dylan Cooper

Give back the Elf. The one that talks to animals.

Jason Thomas
Jason Thomas

Yah, that seems like it is very possible. Thats why local police actually do not like the FBI interfering with their jobs. I've heard how some of those G-men and local jurisdictions clash at times. They likely were spying on you, just so they could find out who you were getting those drugs from. They wanted a bigger bust, and you were their gateway to getting one.

Dylan Young
Dylan Young

I don't mind that idea so long as I get resources to work with. I've lost a lot of things that are incompressible .

-kal

-kal

Angel Green
Angel Green

the i need no privacy argument was taught to us in school as an example of military dictatorships control of public discourse. what a weird world we live in.

John Davis
John Davis

It was probably someone's idea and they just ran with it because it was hard to imagine a suitable answer. Not everything is insidious.

Isaiah King
Isaiah King

People only hide things people don't want discovered. That's pretty simple but it's no longer the real issue in the modern world.

Handing over your DNA to some corporation, storing everything in databases, watching everyone's movements and buying habits and how they type at a mass scale… I mean Facebook is openly working on technology that can easily mind control someone.

You should hide absolutely everything from everyone but your friends.

Nathan Adams
Nathan Adams

collecting a spiderweb of associated social networking

EGG ZACK LEE

but the drugs werent the issue.
the Luccis were involved in
a nationwide money laundering
rico act situation

Jonathan Brooks
Jonathan Brooks

Some people hide things they want discovered. It's sort of a psychosexual logic or a form of play for innocent people.

Angel Hughes
Angel Hughes

AGAIN: thats not my argument

My 'argument' is: im not going to argue
ive always known that they can and DO
monitor everything and everyone

so what good is it going to do me
to become indignant ?

I SIMPLY DON'T CARE ENOUGH
TO BECOME UNHAPPY OVER
SOMETHING I CAN'T CONTROL

Leo Sanders
Leo Sanders

I used to buy cocaine a long time ago (80s and early 90s) and at times I had the feeling I was being tailed or under surveillance. Never sold it, just bought some for social occasions. But at one point they must have tailed me (or another buyer) because the dude selling it got busted. I had to find another source. Luckily though, I quite that bad habit when my second source had a heart attack and died from it.

Jeremiah Reyes
Jeremiah Reyes

I wish I didn't have my good figure stolen from me as well. It's useful in so many different ways it's just daunting to deal with another five months of rehab.

Aaron Lopez
Aaron Lopez

the term "mind control" will soon be rehabilitated, it will come to mean remote controlling an appliance with your mind. what they won't mention is that its not a one way street.

Blake Flores
Blake Flores

forgive me for yawning…..

( and you can't yawn while holding your breath )

Grayson Kelly
Grayson Kelly

You CAN control it, its just very inconvenient at times. You have to give up your dependency on a lot of modern technologies they shill now days. Are you willing to do that?

Jaxson Bailey
Jaxson Bailey

bullshit

Wyatt Evans
Wyatt Evans

You're talkin about the tree stump

And I already made it very clear: NO

Levi Foster
Levi Foster

NO……

I have no intention of changing my life and climbing into a tree stump

Christian Gutierrez
Christian Gutierrez

What makes you think I live in a shithole? I'm actually very comfortable living the way I do. Maybe its just not for everyone, that could be.

As far as giving up all those "smart" gadgets, think of it like quiting drinking or doing drugs. It may be hard to kick, but it is possible to do God willing.

Jonathan Rivera
Jonathan Rivera

NSA FILES:
data obtained from monitoring JN:

-Elvis
-Cats
-Subject loves his mother
-Cats
-Elvis
-Cats
-Subject is obnoxious
-Cats
-Elvis
-His mom is awrsome
-Elvis
-Elvis
-Cats
-Elvis
-Cats
-Cats
-Cats

investigation complete

Ryder Robinson
Ryder Robinson

When I say tree stump I'm not suggesting that you live in a shit hole….

' living in a tree stump ' is simply my metaphor

Mason Campbell
Mason Campbell

Plus, I already know exactly where you live and it's not that bad

James Long
James Long

Oh yah? Where do I live then?

Joseph Gomez
Joseph Gomez

most rich ppl i know live like this its just not for your average poor person.

Nathaniel Nelson
Nathaniel Nelson

Also, when a very beloved family member finally passes away ( an upcoming event which I hope gets delayed as long as possible ) I will no longer have a reason to have a smartphone…

And when that unfortunate day finally arises….

As I have told you many many times….

I'm going to disconnect from the mobile devices and even computers…

That's when Wendy and I are disconnecting and we are going to travel out west and explore our childhood while we still can, and I won't even have a flip phone….

Gabriel Moore
Gabriel Moore

I'm not rich, but not poor either. I'm average middle class. I worked hard to get where I am today.

Nathan Smith
Nathan Smith

Yes can I download more body building please? I've been working on it too long to have it stopped.

Nolan Wright
Nolan Wright

Here's the live video feed, Ernie

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Adrian Robinson
Adrian Robinson

You said you know where I live. Where do you think I live?

Jayden Campbell
Jayden Campbell

RE: worked hard to get where you are today

I would imagine it's a lot of work to hollow out a tree stump

Joshua Young
Joshua Young

I need to download a less demonic cat as well. It's incapable of learning and laughs before darting away under the house.

It's the traditional definition of 'deamon' which is a seemingly unlearning program.

Carter Hill
Carter Hill

Give me back my elf. She doesn't live out there anymore.

Joshua Thomas
Joshua Thomas

So you admit you don't really know? Can you at least name the State?

Hunter Wood
Hunter Wood

I mean she's obviously an elf. Talks to animals. Looks like an elf. Eats like an elf. Has to be surrounded by trees.

Hand it over.

Liam Peterson
Liam Peterson

Shhhh…. get back into your tree stump, Ernie

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Connor Kelly
Connor Kelly

You can have Aquaman. I hate the ocean.

Anthony Sanchez
Anthony Sanchez

That's sexist. Put my elf in your cookie commercial.

Jason Campbell
Jason Campbell

It took a lot of work and money, over time, to get well prepared as I am. That part is true. Luckily I never trusted the markets very much, so I was able to pay off my mortgage within a couple decades. Glad I did because I know if SHTF, I would want to be here rather than a populated area.

Alexander Green
Alexander Green

By preparing so much for so long, you took a shit into your own fan

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Jaxon Carter
Jaxon Carter

replying to AI chatbots

Matthew Price
Matthew Price

A tree stump would be easy to burn down or saw through with a big enough chainsaw blade. Thats not exactly the kind of 'home' I'd like to be in.

I actually knocked out a bunch of my drywalling and fortified my foundation with more 2x4s and re-enforced them with galvanized steel, making my home more weather proofed, also bullet proof by adding the level 3 paneling replacing the old drywall. Thats right, my walls are bullet proof up to .44 cal.

Cooper Davis
Cooper Davis

Leave phone behind
Tower thinks you're still there
Got 'em.

Charles Walker
Charles Walker

Responding to AI humans to datamine.
Shame!

Eli Phillips
Eli Phillips

I want my superhuman rights back

Elijah Campbell
Elijah Campbell

by ALLOWING YOURSELF to become paranoid

you shit all over the place

nobody else had to lift a finger

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Asher Bell
Asher Bell

My right to super strength, super mathematics, x-ray vision…etc

Aiden King
Aiden King

The galvanized steel re-enforcement actually does a good job maintaining all the weight that was mounted to the studs of the walls (level 3 panels are HEAVY AS FUCK). I had a fellow prepper help me install those with me. 200 pounds per panel. Thats some weight. DO NOT DO SOMETHING THAT WITHOUT STEEL RE-ENFORCEMENT AND MORE STUDS BECAUSE YOU'D RUIN THE FOUNDATION.

Connor Roberts
Connor Roberts

my walls are bullet proof up to .44 cal.

checked….

note to self: bring a .45 cal.

Cameron Russell
Cameron Russell

I'll remember that next time I'm
busy unraveling any happiness
in my life with paranoia

Carson Powell
Carson Powell

Ubuntu has always been suspect shit. Surprised Microsoft hasn’t bought it by now

Bentley Martin
Bentley Martin

I'm sorry but there's no way some cell phone company had enough money to buy Kal El, Batgirl, an elf, batboy or whatever, wonderwoman, and supergirl.

How am I supposed to deal with this crap when no one listens?

I could've saved us 30 billion dollars. That's 3x the state of isreal defense budget.

Mason Brown
Mason Brown

Already know that fact. I have extra panels mounted in 'secure' rooms where if there were a mass shootout, I could hide within for a while. If they can get munitions through the walls, they'd have to hit another line for defense as well, and that would be enough to stop them.

Liam Walker
Liam Walker

Now we're losing 1000 jobs. Where's it stop?

Xavier Morgan
Xavier Morgan

"no,no,no don't hit anyone".

Juan Perez
Juan Perez

Thats a nice place to duck for cover, if you remove the shit that is.

Lucas Lee
Lucas Lee

This thread is about cellphones and elves people not mass shootings.

Ian Lee
Ian Lee

One man's Steel Reinforcement is another man's Tree Stump, huh ?

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Sebastian Wilson
Sebastian Wilson

This is by far my favorite thread of this week.

Joseph Hill
Joseph Hill

Tin foil enhances signals. That's why you use it for antennas.

The hell is wrong with you people.

Luke Johnson
Luke Johnson

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Landon Reyes
Landon Reyes

NSA FILES: Target Subject- Andrew McGovern

Saturday, February 9th, 2019

12:46 PM, EST
from 223 College Street Macon Ga 31201

subject used smartphone to deliver
message to killcen on 8ch.net/n/

Message : "nice tree stump, dude"

end of transmission

Bentley Flores
Bentley Flores

nice tree stump, dude

Samuel Rodriguez
Samuel Rodriguez

i sure hope the NSA analysts like
Elvis and Cats, or i feel sorry for
them as they scan through my
files and actibities

Matthew Phillips
Matthew Phillips

Actibities…. Activities….

whatever

Thomas Mitchell
Thomas Mitchell

Thanks. Note there will be shootouts all over the place if they ever come for the guns, or if SHTF and someone is desperate to kill you and steal what you have. THAT is why I have my defenses in place. NO OPTION really.

Jayden Lee
Jayden Lee

NSA FILES: Target Subject- Andrew McGovern

Saturday, February 9th, 2019
12:48 PM, EST

from 223 College Street Macon Ga 31201
subject used smartphone to misspell
the word 'activities' n 8ch.net/n/

Message : "actibities"

end of transmission

Mason Gomez
Mason Gomez

I too pity the spooks that have to sit here all day reading all the ridiculous shit. However I'm sure they do get some laughs out of it.

Matthew Morris
Matthew Morris

NSA FILES: Target Subject- Andrew McGovern

Saturday, February 9th, 2019
12:46 PM, EST

from 223 College Street Macon Ga 31201
subject used smartphone to deliver
message to killcen on 8ch.net/n/

Message : "as you know, i used to be very VERY much like you, and i was also convinced that society was about to fall apart, and that the shit was going to hit the fan, and there would be more orders on the loose trying to loot and steal and break into everybody's houses desperate to get their hands on food and willing to kill for it… I lived my life like that since I was 12 until I was in my thirties, and I finally realized I had wasted so much of my life with unnecessary paranoia and fear about something that never happened"

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Thomas Gonzalez
Thomas Gonzalez

At the age of 12 you shouldn't be thinking about those kinds of thing. Maybe by your late 20s up to some point in time. But 12 years olds typically think about banging their hot substitute teachers or trying to score a bag of weed.

Ryder Flores
Ryder Flores

Fuck that… I was taking ten-strips of 4-way windowpane LSD

Joseph Clark
Joseph Clark

I guess you were one "lucky" kid then. Most kids don't get to try LSD, hell many adults don't either. I actually would be afraid to try that. Long ago I did cocaine, smoked some weed and would binge drink. But I stopped doing that after a while, too many bad side effects and too many lives ruined over those bad habits. Plus having probation made me quite drinking so hard too and really I don't mind looking back on it, there were times I really could have died from it. I'm happier sober. A little whiskey now and then doesn't hurt though, in moderation.

Thomas Roberts
Thomas Roberts

Is it actually true that you hallucinate off that, btw? Because when I tried shrooms when I was younger I never hallucinated, I just felt very strange and laughed like crazy. Never ever "tripped" from them though. Is LSD different or similar?

Hudson Smith
Hudson Smith

Here's an actually kinda strange FACT: the only time I did "trip" as in hallucinate was when I used to smoke weed a lot. I started hearing voices inside my head, and that was around the time I quite voluntarily because it creeped me the hell out. I started getting anxious and nervous from it too. And I was used to smoking a lot of weed, but it just hit me all the sudden, in a real bad way.

Thomas Thomas
Thomas Thomas

had a flip phone for more then a decade
no interest in smartphones
it still works just fine while everyone i know uses smart phones and bitches about how often they need a new one
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Carson Ross
Carson Ross

When I stopped weed, thats when I started doing more coke and drinking more. Ironically I didn't have anything like that happen after I stopped the weed. I just think its weird because alcohol and coke is supposed to be a lot stronger buzz. Apparently not so much for me.

Colton Sanders
Colton Sanders

And even stranger: I had NO problem quiting cocaine. It was quitting the binge drinking that really got to me, I was climbing walls over that.

Ryder Wood
Ryder Wood

To Killcen

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Noah Lopez
Noah Lopez

Schizophrenia confirmed

Jaxon Morgan
Jaxon Morgan

Can I get comfy ITT too?
Is anyone welcome here?
Or will you try to build walls to keep me out..

Ryder Robinson
Ryder Robinson

Not insulting you…

just saying that you clearly mentioned hearing voices in your head after introducing marijuana into your system, chemical psychoses which indicates a clear connection to organic schizophrenia

William Reyes
William Reyes

Behavior is used to disguise the weapon. The infection generally feeds off a complex system of interactions dopamine and hormone levels. The actual event that causes hearing voices is arbitrarily chosen.

Zachary Russell
Zachary Russell

It also feeds off the nuclear reaction between your skin cells and brain taken in part by melanin. Most people are bound to get it since it slowly invades the nervous system in a fashion like rabies. It looks like herpes, so those who are sexually active and doing drugs are more likely to get the coinfecting factors. These are usually other viruses.

Your body will start producing mylein antibodies as a response to the nervous system infection creating its own neurons to supplant your own.

It has the greatest consent ration in the base of the brain where neuromelanin and melanin is at its highest concentrations. That ringing in your ear is the stimulation of the nerve that attaches from your ear to the base of your brain. It's the sound of your mind changing.

If you're on here it's most likely to steal your information and livelyhood.

Owen Long
Owen Long

The weapon is also genetically targeted l, so what may cause you to go absolutely berserk may just settle in all your friends brains and cause them to lose interest in you.

Remember, the infection has to sit there for a while before being activated in order to gather enough information about your behavior to change it at a desires time.

In some cases the rash may resent itself on the arm, and guided by proteins, work it's way to the nerves where it will release spores that are readily accepted by your body. It wouldn't normally but the coinfecting process usually involves getting Ill so that the 'schizophrenia' can be humanized and unfought in the brain.

Jaxon Lopez
Jaxon Lopez

Since it's radioactive, e.g. capable of converting electrochemical reactions in the body through a symbiotic relationship, it is capable of sending lower powered radio interference in order to silently reconfigure computer networks and sensors.

Like sensors that would tell you where a power line is out because the controller guy got a bug in his brain that's constantly threatening him. He just stays quiet because he'd rather not be labeled as having the schizophrenia. Meanwhile it's gathering data on his network and sending it to a relay network so that an organized cyber attack can happen since the weapon is regional and the hospitals are completely incompetent.

You have some time to stop the infection once you get it… But good luck getting the medicine since standard protocol is pretty much what encourages this to happen.

Luis Anderson
Luis Anderson

Lit usually looks like bits of string, but they're invariably flesh colored outside the body and multicolored inside.

These are called hyphae and psuedoscientist. They are fiber like because that's how fungus is. They are different colors because their bodies change color according to the variable pH in the skin.

Yes. It's cryptococcus and it uses a form of cryptonite that is specific to it's geneology.

There is a prevalent form that spreads through California called cryptogite. Cryptococcus gatti.

There is evidence this type of weapon released from the New England Compounding center was genetically modified because it cannot interbreed with the natural species of Cryptococcus Rose… Or known as Exserohilum rostratum.

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Eli Wright
Eli Wright

This is why mindless people are called plants.

Now where the heck is poison ivy?

Easton Myers
Easton Myers

Once we lose PGE it's going to be hard to consolidate a lot of technology that will further advance the proliferation of this weapon. It'll work in tandem with the cell phone companies and then a lot of california is done for.

Blake Kelly
Blake Kelly

Antibiotics that are not fungicidal actually help and empower the infection.

Jaxon Hughes
Jaxon Hughes

Somehow the sensitivity to the sun enhances their ability to metabolise energy from melanin.

Mason Cook
Mason Cook

Now give me back both my elf and wonderwoman. My life isn't a sabotage for high points video game.

Asher Fisher
Asher Fisher

Give her back.

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Caleb Martin
Caleb Martin

Completely related.

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James Moore
James Moore

Ma and Pa acted weird when this first depowered me.

Owen Lewis
Owen Lewis

You think you can get away with this because I'm some farm boy?

Andrew Sanders
Andrew Sanders

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Connor Parker
Connor Parker

No, this did NOT happen to me regularly. It was one day that all the sudden marijuana started having that effect on me. It was all the sudden. When I stopped, the voices stopped with it.

Ayden Morgan
Ayden Morgan

Superman’s possible Judaism shouldn’t be a surprise. The hero’s creators, Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster, were the children of Jewish immigrants. The comic book industry, where they spent a significant portion of their young careers, was created in New York by Jews like Max Ginsburg, Bob Kahn, and Jacob Kurtzberg, who hid their ethnicity behind names like Gaines, Kane, and Kirby. Over the years there have been scores of books and articles on the subject with punny names like Up, Up, and Oy Vey or “Mensch of Steel.”

However, recent portrayals of the character, particularly the 2013 film Man of Steel, focus on the Christ-like, messianic qualities of the Metropolis Marvel. In the run up to the movie’s release, faith based press relations company Grace Hill Media invited religious figures around the nation to attend select pre-release screenings, posted clips online, and provided notes for possible faith-based discussion topics related to the film. One example is focused around themes of fatherhood and instructs dads to “take [the kids] to see Man of Steel” and then use the guide to “discover new connections to your own life and God’s word.”

Ryder White
Ryder White

What you are talking about is piezoelectric nano-crystals which they are spraying in the sky along with barium and aluminum oxides (aka geo-engineering). This can be used to produce scalar wave frequencies similar to DNA and map out exact geography/populations of human life. One way these demonic Satan-worshiping control freaks are trying to control us. However, just wait till 5G kicks in, and they will have EEG technological abilities for mind control.

Aiden Harris
Aiden Harris

garbage
Are you referring to smartphones or this story.

Joseph Rodriguez
Joseph Rodriguez

Here's the thing: I am NOT lying about this. Its no joke, I'm warning all of you.

Listen, scientists have already known for decades that DNA emits certain scalar wave frequencies… if you were to take a pint of blood, keep it in proper storage ('alive'), transfer it half way around the world…. and then you fucked a girl, or watched a horror movie, or got excited, do you know that at the EXACT SAME TIME your DNA is emitting a certain scalar wave frequency inside your body…. so would the DNA in your blood that was isolated from you half way across the world! This is how piezoelectric nano-crystals can be used for the most advanced personal spying systems the military have today.

Not lying. Look it up.

Daniel James
Daniel James

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Luis Murphy
Luis Murphy

Superman’s possible Judaism shouldn’t be a surprise. The hero’s creators, Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster, were the children of Jewish immigrants. The comic book industry, where they spent a significant portion of their young careers, was created in New York by Jews like Max Ginsburg, Bob Kahn, and Jacob Kurtzberg, who hid their ethnicity behind names like Gaines, Kane, and Kirby. Over the years there have been scores of books and articles on the subject with punny names like Up, Up, and Oy Vey or “Mensch of Steel.”

However, recent portrayals of the character, particularly the 2013 film Man of Steel, focus on the Christ-like, messianic qualities of the Metropolis Marvel. In the run up to the movie’s release, faith based press relations company Grace Hill Media invited religious figures around the nation to attend select pre-release screenings, posted clips online, and provided notes for possible faith-based discussion topics related to the film. One example is focused around themes of fatherhood and instructs dads to “take [the kids] to see Man of Steel” and then use the guide to “discover new connections to your own life and God’s word.”

Ian Hall
Ian Hall

Piezoelectric nano-crystals are the most advanced micro-censors in the world right now. They can monitor all frequencies in real time, including scalar waves emit from DNA of human beings (and other animal lifeforms) and with advanced 5G networks they can map ALL of this out, everywhere, and you won't escape it. They'll even have EEG interception (aka mind control / intercepting thoughts). NOT JOKING. You think I'm crazy right? I wish!

Nicholas Richardson
Nicholas Richardson

Everybody knows that Superman was created by two Jews, and the entire story is a metaphor for the Jewish struggle and 'secret' integration into America.

His super powers are a metaphor for the powers jews hold in finance, entertainment & politics.

And the duality of 'Clark Kent' vs 'Superman' s a metaphor for how we jewish people came to America and 'blended in', hiding in plain sight.

Im flattered by any mention of Superman, as it highlights my people's superiority over you white trash.

Thomas Parker
Thomas Parker

Eighty years ago, a baby who would grow up to have x-ray vision and a body stronger than steel was sent off his dying planet of Krypton in a spaceship. He landed on Earth, and over the next several decades went on to become the world’s greatest superhero, saving his adopted planet countless times and becoming a symbol of hope for people around the world. Of course, all of this took place on the pages of a comic book, but the character’s cultural impact is equally significant.

Since his 1938 appearance in Action Comics #1, Superman has been the subject of a plethora of movies, television shows, books and dreams. Clark Kent, the secret identity of Superman, has established his own place in American pop culture. While much has been written about the Jewish influence on the character, his religion has never been explicitly acknowledged, and he is not commonly associated with his Jewish roots.

But that may be about to change with today’s release of Action Comics #1000. Acclaimed Jewish comic book writer Brian Michael Bendis has taken over the task of writing Superman, and he told Forbes that his take on the character would be “deeply connected to his origins,” which are steeped in Jewish mythology and culture.

Superman was first conceived in 1933 by writer Jerry Siegel and artist Joe Shuster, both teenagers in Cleveland and the children of Jewish immigrants. In the Depression-era Midwest, the pair escaped their high school existences by dreaming up science fiction and fantasy stories. The character went through a few iterations as Siegel workshopped it, transforming from a bald scientist portrayed as a villain into the flying caped hero that is so well-known today. In 1938, Siegel and Shuster famously sold the rights to Superman to the company now known as DC Comics for only $130.

The inspiration for the character is unclear. For a long time it was commonly thought that Siegel conjured up the embodiment of bravery and heroism as a way to attract girls. But ten years ago, author Brad Meltzer proposed a more compelling theory for the characters creation. In 1932, Siegel’s father was killed in a robbery, and according to Meltzer, Superman’s invulnerability and perseverance after losing his original family and planet are a direct response to this tragedy.

Whatever the real reason for Superman’s creation, Siegel clearly injected the character with the Jewish traits and ideals that he grew up around, and Superman’s entire backstory is seemingly an analog of the Jewish immigrant experience. For example, his name is changed from the alien-sounding Kryptonian “Kal-el” he was given at birth to the typical American “Clark Kent.” He grows up always feeling like something of an outsider and must assimilate to American culture as best he can. Furthermore, “Kal-el” follows the traditional Jewish naming practice of adding the suffix “el,” which is short for “Elohim,” a biblical name for God. The iconic S on his costume has also been compared to the Hebrew letter lamedh.

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Tyler Thomas
Tyler Thomas

lightonconspiracies.com/87th-holistic-practitioner-found-dead-and-authorities-refuse-to-announce-whether-it-was-a-homicide-or-suicide/

Remember all the holistic doctors that were being killed last few years folks. I have news for you, they were all ones that were told about this, and they were all ones who were trying to come up with ways to prevent this naturally, to save us from total enslavement. Every. Single. One. Killed.

Juan Myers
Juan Myers

Take your meds, schizo

Chase Perry
Chase Perry

Some scholars see even further connections between Superman and Jewish tradition. Comic book historian Didier Pasamonik told Time Magazine that he sees the story of Moses in “baby Superman’s passage through space in a cradle-like vessel and subsequent adoption.” Then there is Golem, the mythological creature of Jewish lore that, as we’ve written, protected Jews from violence in 16th-century Prague.

The case for Superman’s Jewishness goes on and on, and one of the reasons it is so significant is because the character came about at a time when Jews were not always accepted in the public sphere. Even in the comic book industry, which was largely created by Jews, many were uncomfortable publicly expressing their religion and changed their names to reflect that. Just like Superman had to hide his identity as Clark Kent, early comic pioneers like Jacob Kurtzberg and Stanley Lieber changed their names to Jack Kirby and Stan Lee. In fact, Dr. Ben Baruch Blich, of the department of history and theory at the Bezalel Academy of Arts, theorized in an interview with Haaretz that Jewish comic artists and writers reluctantly took on prominent roles in the comic book industry, which was considered a very low form of art at the time, because they kept having their art and comic strips rejected by newspapers.

But despite all of the Jews bringing comic books into the mainstream, very few—if any—characters were made to be explicitly Jewish until the 1980s. Because of this ambiguity, many different groups have also seen their own cultures and religions reflected in these characters, and Superman’s true religion has been debated for years.

Jonathan Hill
Jonathan Hill

Ironically, the one group that Superman’s Jewishness was not lost on was the Nazis. While Siegel may not have been able to actually make Superman Jewish, he made his opposition to the Nazis a major driving force for the character. “Action Comics” often featured Superman battling with the Nazis or Nazi stand-ins during the 1940s, but to many Americans this was more of a display of patriotism than Judaism. In weekly Nazi newspaper Das Schwarze Korps, however, Superman was called one of the “fantasies of Jerry Israel Siegel.” According to Aish.com, it is believed that Nazi propaganda minister Joseph Goebbels declared that “this Superman is a Jew!”

In the decades after World War II, many non-Jewish writers have taken on the character and infused him with their own experiences. For example, many Christians have considered Superman to be a Christ-like figure. The most recent movie iterations of the character, directed by Zack Snyder, have been immersed in Christian imagery.

Leo Foster
Leo Foster

As “Action Comics #1000” is released, the comic book industry is at a crossroads in terms of representation. While Marvel and DC have been embracing diversity both with their characters and creators, a vocal minority of fans are protesting what they see as a “drop in quality” by attacking these creators on the internet in a scandal called “Comicsgate.”

And if it seems unlikely that Bendis will incite more controversy and explicitly make the most acclaimed superhero of all time Jewish after decades of ambiguity, it is worth noting that he has been a champion of diversity in comics for a long time. In 2011, he introduced a new version of Spider-man, black teenager Miles Morales, and in 2015 he revealed that X-men character Iceman was gay.

Religion has, of course, never been and never will be the focal point of these larger-than-life stories about people with superpowers fighting aliens and throwing villains through buildings. And there is something to be said for allowing people to project their own experiences onto beloved characters. But maybe in 2018, what the world needs is an icon who embraces his true identity, instead of running from it, and inspires the next generation of comic-reading kids—Jewish or not—to be proud of who they are.

Luis Brown
Luis Brown

Who needs guns for self defense when you can invent imaginary super heroes to "save the day" am I right?

Jack Nelson
Jack Nelson

BATMAN = metaphoric story of homosexuality

SUPERMAN = metaphoric tale of Judaism

Elijah Peterson
Elijah Peterson

Might as well cover your ears and scream "shut up! shut up! I can't stand you telling me what I can't mentally handle anymore!"

Kevin Rogers
Kevin Rogers

EITHER WAY, whether its
homosexual batman or
Jewish superman……….

comic books are the gateway to gayness

the next step after comic books was
dungeons and dragons, then science
fiction, then video games, then anime

and no female will risk
being seen standing
within 20 feet of you

Because someone might
accidentally think that
she likes you

Jaxson White
Jaxson White

This by far is the best thread on Zig Forums. It really describes reality, at the same time exposes the level of confusion and cognitive dissonance as well the derailment attempts by spooks to cover up all that is really going on today in this horribly corrupted - yet very advanced - fucked up world.

Brandon Ross
Brandon Ross

Not at all…..

in fact, i thoroughly enjoy watching
you make a fool out of yourself

William Martinez
William Martinez

I kinda liked the 'proglottids' thread better

Grayson Cooper
Grayson Cooper

I don't think I am. I'm just telling you guys what is really going on. Honesty it is hard to believe but its 100% true.

Kevin Howard
Kevin Howard

I was talking to Superman

Xavier Rivera
Xavier Rivera

If you're the Superfaggot

I was talking to YOU

and i didnt stutter

Isaiah Baker
Isaiah Baker

It’s a bird! It’s a plane! No… it’s bubkes.

As one of the (evidently) few who flocked to theaters to watch the new “Justice League” movie — shout out if you’re one of us — I couldn’t help but view it as a mildly enjoyable bundle of missed opportunities. If you’re not among those who have seen the movie, rest assured, this article is “Justice League” spoiler-free

It got me thinking about previously missed opportunities in the DC Extended Universe, namely Superman’s lost origin. No, I’m not talking about the Boy Scouts Kryptonian, who struggles to fit in on the not-so-mean streets of Smallville.

I’m not referring to Superman himself — I’m referring to the idea of Superman. The conception of this legend, like a surprising number of success stories, can be traced back to two Jewish boys in New York.

Superman’s culturally Jewish origin is not often explicitly addressed in his depictions, but the blatant disregard was especially evident in Zack Snyder’s recent films, namely “Man of Steel” and “Batman vs. Superman.” The films are flooded with Christian imagery and not-so-subtle direct comparisons between Kal-El and Jesus.

The most obvious allusion is embedded in the overall story arc of self sacrifice and the Superman’s implied impending resurrection at the very end of “Batman vs. Superman.” I mean, sure, this is not the first time that a superhero goes out in a blaze of glory, but the crosses that show up in almost every single frame following Superman’s death make it difficult to ignore the parallel. The allusion to Christianity was, from the outset of the film making process, intended. Concept art produced by Vance Kovacs during pre-production of “Batman vs. Superman” is overtly inspired by famous Christian pieces, most notably “The Descent From the Cross.” (It’s pretty interesting, I encourage you to look it up).

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Caleb Edwards
Caleb Edwards

No, I'm not that faggot. I was talking about the piezoelectric nano-crystals and the 5G networks and how that will/is to some extent already being used for mass surveillance and population control.

Ryan Reed
Ryan Reed

There’s a practically infinite number of related motifs sprinkled generously throughout the films. So numerous, in fact, that it’s sort of difficult to decide which ones are worthy of pointing out. Here’s a rather conspicuous favorite: A frame of Superman side by side with Jesus, consulting a priest on whether or not he should sacrifice his own life to save the human race. The impending alien invasion aspect is just for added flavor.

I happen to be particularly fond of it because our friend Kal-El looks about as confused as I feel.

I mean, hey, I get it. What better way to make your story seem epic than to tie it back to the world’s mostly widely recognizable epic story? With all due respect, I believe the real craft is to create a truly meaningful story without slapping down the “religion card” and calling it a day.

It’s no coincidence that Superman’s running values of “truth, justice and the American way” echo Mishnaic ideas of “truth, peace and justice,” as pointed out by Larry Tye in his book, “Superman: The High Flying History of America’s Most Enduring Hero.”

There’s a significant amount of literature that explores Superman’s Jewish beginnings, namely Rabbi Simcha Weinstein’s book, “Up Up and Oy Vey,” which, to this day, is one of my all time favorite Jewish puns.

Creators of Superman, Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster, were both children of Jewish immigrants, who grew up in a period of rising anti-semitism brought on by the rise of the Nazi party in Germany and by the KKK in the US.

Benjamin Adams
Benjamin Adams

Siegel once said, “Hearing and reading of the oppression and slaughter of helpless, oppressed Jews in Nazi Germany…How could I help them when I could barely help myself? Superman was the answer.”

There is nothing to suggest that Superman himself is Jewish, but he is an idea that emerged as a direct response to a uniquely Jewish struggle. He is a symbol of Jewish resistance to oppression.

I know better than to toss around controversial phrases like cultural appropriation (That’s right. I went there… please don’t hurt me). I will say, that erasure of that origin, while not directly harmful, is a disheartening loss and a misrepresentation of history.

Bottom line is, Zack, my friend, if you’re reading this, bring back the Mensch of Steel.

John Garcia
John Garcia

Coming over from the old country, changing his name like that. Clark Kent, only a Jew would pick a name like that for himself. —The Amazing Adventures of Kavalier and Clay, by Michael Chabon

Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster, the two ordinary young men who created an extraordinary hero, lived 12 blocks apart from each other in Cleveland. The pair collaborated on stories for their high school newspaper and shared a passion for science fiction and pulp comics. It was the 1930s, and comic book publishing was in its infancy. Like many young Jews with artistic aspirations, Siegel and Shuster yearned to break into this fledgling industry. Comic book publishers actively hired Jews, who were largely excluded from more “legitimate” illustration work.

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Gabriel Parker
Gabriel Parker

Although I don't doubt the whole Superman was some kind of idiotic distraction/propaganda scheme by the Jews (aka Zionist political establishment in the US).

See my small comment about that here:

Thomas Bennett
Thomas Bennett

Not propaganda… Not a dustraction….

A tribute

Luis Foster
Luis Foster

Its a TRIBUTE to our legacy….

and just like everything else we do, its been hiding right under your noses the entire time.

Robert Reyes
Robert Reyes

Well in all respect, a tribute to something (whatever it might be) is a form of propaganda. So its Jewish propaganda then.

Michael Sanchez
Michael Sanchez

Anons, I got to get off for a while again. Nice talking, see you guys later.

Levi Johnson
Levi Johnson

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Wyatt Foster
Wyatt Foster

I'm a quarter Jew which is the best kind of Jew.

Nolan King
Nolan King

I guess NASA is in on it too.

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Jacob Gonzalez
Jacob Gonzalez

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Aiden Hill
Aiden Hill

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Gavin Sanders
Gavin Sanders

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Kayden Martinez
Kayden Martinez

30 years later the greatest constellation ever

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Ryan Nelson
Ryan Nelson

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Carter Harris
Carter Harris

Cryptonite is real my friend. It's more dangerous to me then it is to you… Voices or not.

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Zachary Bennett
Zachary Bennett

From a scientific journal. See the similarity between what keeps coming out of my skin and elthr Cryptococcus that contains a unique crystal? Crypto-nite.

Calling me a Jew doesn't make me less real.

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Benjamin Thompson
Benjamin Thompson

This is a real problem people. You can call it Skynet and I'll call it Braniac. No one seems to be in charge here.

journals.plos.org/plospathogens/article?id=10.1371/journal.ppat.1003335

Cooper Cruz
Cooper Cruz

Should I start my own cryptonite thread? It's being genetically offered as a generous package to spy on people and let you know whose thinking about you.

Tyler Hernandez
Tyler Hernandez

Look I want wonder woman back so I can save people. Why's everyone think this is funny???

William Flores
William Flores

I mean she's probably getting fucked over by this thing too. I can't do it because of how I've been framed. I don't have all fucking year.

Angel Parker
Angel Parker

And now for comedic relief.

Charles Baker
Charles Baker

His real name is El Kal El

Justin Ward
Justin Ward

Guess not.
Only joos & fagits welcome itt.

Robert Morales
Robert Morales

Well they were warned, you can't say they weren't told and don't know what they have adopted and accepted. You can only lead the horse to water, you can't make the horse drink.

Henry Gutierrez
Henry Gutierrez

Good day y'all. Sorry to deviate from a very interesting discussion but I need a favour. Does anyone know how I could get an iphone 6s with activation lock to work. P.s. Bought it secondhand online

Andrew Thomas
Andrew Thomas

Funny how they need seven trillion terabytes of pictures of my ass hairs to know what I eat, but all I needed was one look at the Rastafarian bankers marketers pill pushers and lawyers to know everything about them .

Charles Reyes
Charles Reyes

Fuck em, not buying this crap.

Luke Johnson
Luke Johnson

m.imore.com/how-remove-activation-lock-iphone-or-ipad

drfone.wondershare.com/icloud/bypass-icloud-activation.html

Jaxon Harris
Jaxon Harris

yes you will…. you'll see

Ian Peterson
Ian Peterson

Call Apple tech support with a proof of purchase from the place you bought it and they will transfer you to someone who cal pull the activation lock.

Oliver Robinson
Oliver Robinson

Johnny lives on Arlington Pl. though.

Nathan Garcia
Nathan Garcia

lol idiot i havent lived on Arlington Place
for YEARS… my son was born when
I lived on Arlington Place……

he's 20 years old now

you are TERRIBLE at
'investigation'

Xavier Wilson
Xavier Wilson

Johnny, you’re a kike shill. I will always believe the opposite of what jews say.

Levi Martin
Levi Martin

PAY ATTENTION, DIMWIT:

this is where i lived on Arlington Place

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Connor Morris
Connor Morris

Right on the red dot in a tent? Fuck off, fork-toothed mischling.

Daniel Hill
Daniel Hill

now… look at the house on the left

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Joseph Turner
Joseph Turner

Is that one converted to apartments for felonious extortionists too?

Evan Price
Evan Price

The house on the left can be seen behind me in this pic.

Thats my son and i when he first learned to walk

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Jason Harris
Jason Harris

Nice missing molar.

Asher Jackson
Asher Jackson

And here is my son with me last year

YOU ARE TERRIBLE AT INVESTIGATING THINGS

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Wyatt Murphy
Wyatt Murphy

Does your son have your same accent? A hillbilly kike one that ensures he’ll never leave Macon? Fuck you, liar.

Bentley Ortiz
Bentley Ortiz

lol @ thinking i have a missing molar

YOU'RE A COMPLETE FUCKING IDIOT

Evan Stewart
Evan Stewart

Im surprised you're not asking
me to fuck YOU…………………..
after all, nobody else will……..

L O N E L Y L I T T L E B O Y

Matthew Nelson
Matthew Nelson

AGAIN: they could listen to you in your house, even when your old landline was 'hung up'
Does anyone have sources for this?

Nicholas Roberts
Nicholas Roberts

That’s how he slides, every time: at least I get laid. Maybe so, jailbird, but your apple didn’t fall nearly far enough away from the tree.

Brandon Wood
Brandon Wood

i swear to god, im not even exaggerating

YOU ARE THE WORST 'RESEARCHER' ON EARTH

hahahaha !! youre fucking stupid as SHIT

Ian Bell
Ian Bell

research it…. or better yet
ask 'Sherlock Holmes' to
research it for you

(he is the world's WORST detective)

Adam Butler
Adam Butler

isnt that right, Sherlock ?

Jaxon Morales
Jaxon Morales

So was the journalist, and the police officer, and the city planners. The pattern is of course that you were the one constantly being caught acting like kikenvermin. So misunderstood, hm?

Hunter Perry
Hunter Perry

lol @ how fucking STUPID you are

Kayden Hall
Kayden Hall

trust me….. its 100% TRUE

Jace Wood
Jace Wood

I learned about that back in the days when we were actually using rotary phones… It actually became public information, widely known by a lot of people back then

Mason Parker
Mason Parker

Even now, you come here to shut down a man’s activism, not because you believe in what you do but because there is a payday in it for you. It’s hard for me to imagine functioning at so low a vibration, literally earning money to indulge myself in petty addictive behavior. But for someone like you, being a lowlife comes naturally. It’s genetic. And so your offspring shall pass their own time on this earth.

Sad.

Asher Green
Asher Green

………. I understand what you're saying…………..

and I can live with that

Zachary Davis
Zachary Davis

READY FOR A BIG SURPRISE?…..

I already told you exactly where I live

But you still keep trying to research and
'find out where I live'

and THAT….. is the ultimate failure

Jace Sanders
Jace Sanders

You seem like the type of guy
Who would spend weeks Researching
And finally conclude that this was Facebook

But this isn't Facebook

this is Zig Forums

Christopher Barnes
Christopher Barnes

I guess it's fair to say that you're not really good at doing anything right… Correct?

Gavin Parker
Gavin Parker

It’s not even like that. I’m only niggling you. I invest no time in research, take very little seriously, and have no ill will whatsoever with regard to what your role is here.

Bentley Martinez
Bentley Martinez

No need to answer…………..

Obviously, I knew the answer before I ask the question

Grayson Gray
Grayson Gray

Well, all I can tell you is whatever sources you are using for research… They are sadly outdated

Logan Russell
Logan Russell

Seems like a personal shortcoming. Getting comfortable in your old age?

Carter Kelly
Carter Kelly

I've been comfortable with myself since I was 12 years old

Oliver Anderson
Oliver Anderson

I got cured of insecurity and Self Doubt at the age of 12…. and I've been very content with myself ever since

John Thomas
John Thomas

When you were going down the conjectural rabbit hole? I doubt that’s true.

Lincoln Torres
Lincoln Torres

….and now, LIVE PD is back on

Ill be back later

Jaxson Gray
Jaxson Gray

Later, Knuffelig.

Adrian Allen
Adrian Allen

Youre free to think whatever you want……

Like Arlington Place for example

Adios I'm going to watch TV with my wife

William Sanders
William Sanders

Xoxo

Luke Gray
Luke Gray

That's nerd speak for deep hyper spectral analysis and I'm guessing it's a video for sweet differentials. It's important to use so that we can see what nano technology is breeding out of your ass from a satilite.

Evan Watson
Evan Watson

This is Facebook with no friends and only ugly people.

Benjamin Lewis
Benjamin Lewis

It's a jobs program for sciences. Stop freaking out.

Isaiah Garcia
Isaiah Garcia

Anyone here actually own a flip phone?

Jacob Hall
Jacob Hall

2.4 million dollars OOHH MY GODDDDDDDD ahhhh fucking t1000's are going to be rolling out tomorrow. oh wait. In 2014, the Defense Department spent $41.6 million on Viagra, so i reallllly dont think this amazing "NEW" (complete bullshit "here's a free 2.4 million dollars, tax free mr. bergstein") technology is going to be spent on even a tenth of a tenth of a tenth of a percent on this.

We've had this technology since Smartphones first came into existance. For real, …Civilians are at least 60 fucking years behind our military sector.

Juan Martin
Juan Martin

But wait don't we want this level of technology on our bodies?

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Grayson Wright
Grayson Wright

The Kyocera Dura* flip phones are available in versions without a camera.

Samuel Rivera
Samuel Rivera

Why would you need any kind of phone? You can do literally everything with a PC, including make calls and send texts.

Aiden Reyes
Aiden Reyes

"Mind control" will be commercialized as "smart control," which normies will take face value as coordination between smart devices, when it's really just remote control of these devices to control the human owner.

But c'mon, why does anyone even debate this minutae when it can already be extrapolated: soft enslavement of the bottom 60% of the Earth by the 10% elites, with the other 30% working as sentry with or without knowing. Local police depts have been using Stingrays to spy on cell/smart fones for several years. The outcry was a couple months then the revelation was buried.

Smart phones will eventually track energy usage (money included) and travel allotment. This is Agenda 2030. There's little money in fighting it, and martyrdom for satisfaction. Look at Assange. Look at Cody Wilson, of Defense Distributed, who had to be triangulated before his arrest. I still don't understand how he got nabbed so easily, when he was Mr VPN Dark Wallet etc.

The much scarier onset is the unsticky of mass perception from a sober reality due to disinformation. One thing to be tracked. Another to not be able to read about your tracking or that of others. China ZOG Future is here.

Justin Edwards
Justin Edwards

I thought this already existed?

Mason Long
Mason Long

Dura’s is too bulky and their camera fixtures come loose. I’d take an LG revere or even a Rugby 3 over a Kyocera in my pocket.

Camden Carter
Camden Carter

Mobile hotspot?

Cooper Jackson
Cooper Jackson

Awesome! I'll have check those out.

Aaron Baker
Aaron Baker

unnecessary thread

obviously, everybody already knows

no need to 'warn' anybody
apparently, those who don't care will
continue not caring, while those who
do care will abstain from smartphones

id say 'problem solved'
but there was no problem

Andrew Allen
Andrew Allen

The problem is that the purity spiral bottoms out at smartphone, and everyone keeps promoting one side or another from a computer running javascript whether through a VPN or their Tor browser.

You know nothing.

Tyler Jackson
Tyler Jackson

I shouldn’t even be reduced to debating some lisping faggot from Georgia.

Logan Nguyen
Logan Nguyen

yet i correctly assessed that youre gay

Adam Williams
Adam Williams

im 'from' Memphis, actually

John Peterson
John Peterson

when i was in prison, they had smartphones.

of course, it was illegal…
but inmates still had them

and i am NOT exaggerating at all

when i say that you remind
me of one of the inmates
who would 'suitcase' the
phones into the prison
IN THEIR RECTUMS

but somehow, i would
imagine you smuggling
in a tablet or a laptop

Grayson Thomas
Grayson Thomas

Always wondered what the rollable smartphones were all about.
Now I know.
digitaltrends.com/mobile/samsung-roll-up-display-sid-2016/

Aaron Morales
Aaron Morales

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Xavier Fisher
Xavier Fisher

You’re a tedious little scatalogist. It’s a very common trait among your people, so I don’t find it the least bit provocative, only bemusing.

Juan Evans
Juan Evans

they suck.

Josiah Butler
Josiah Butler

Im new here. I am killcen's daughter. He told me about this chatroom. My father has a meth problem and some personal psychological demons to deal with. He is being admitted to a special hospital that specializes in helping people with his particular problem. Please pray for my father, that Jesus might cure his mind. Thankyou.

Nolan Richardson
Nolan Richardson

I think they have dumbed down the masses so much that they might have already won.

It is entirely possible.

I'm just glad I lived in the golden age of America, I dread seeing us be concurred and fully subjugated. I know I won't allow myself to be. If I go out in a standoff someday, so fucking be it.

Jaxon Carter
Jaxon Carter

You glow in the dark, you fucking nigger.

Kayden Howard
Kayden Howard

BTW: I know you know this, because you are well aware. But for those that do not: Agenda 2030 is Agenda 21 (the UN just changed the name recently). Its the same agenda as always: technocratic dystopia 24/7 total surveillance of everything/everyone, control of energy consumption (cap and trade), banning private transportation (back to feudalism), cashless society (digital hyperinflation and an end to consumer rights), disarmament (total police state subjugation), etc.

Dominic Myers
Dominic Myers

When you say "personal psychological demons," do you mean he created the demons, the demons are not real, or what? Get a vocabulary worth believing.

Besides, Shillcen would never do meth. He's a trucker, not a welder.

Luis Moore
Luis Moore

Be the change you want to see, utter fucking niggerfaggot.

Chase Wood
Chase Wood

I agree with you user. Thats what I'm saying. I've been saying this for a long time, we must resist this "smart" crap, we can't be putting up with all that shit. We need to boycott this big tech big govt backdoored bullshit. AND I DO BOYCOTT IT. I refuse to use it, I refuse to join the major social media networks, I refuse to use Windblows 10 or the new Macintrash OS's (I stick to older linux platforms). I'm armed, I'm prepared for the worst case scenarios, I'm warning others too.

What ELSE can I do!?

Luis Miller
Luis Miller

Well, one thing I would suggest you can do is dislodge yourself from the memeplex of the security conscious pedophile who makes himself standout from the crowd, not by renouncing infromation technology tout court but using half measures. Even Linux-based OSs are pozzed, even your flip phone is surveilled, even your best attempts at preparedness can't prepare you for how easily they'll predict your response to active measures. They could stick you in a booby hatch simply for having a record of paranoia.

Adrian Price
Adrian Price

Well nothing electronic is 100% secure unless its completely offline so I do agree. The purpose of OPSEC is to make it more difficult to spy on a target.

And at this point, I do believe I AM a target at this point.

Jose James
Jose James

Like a Targeted Individual? Electromagnetic weaponry penetrates your walls from a van parked outside and is slowly driving you mad?

Ryder Allen
Ryder Allen

I don't think to that extent (yet). But who knows? I do know some here have likely tried hacking my operating system before, or tried to compromise my browser before. I don't know to what extent. But I do know I must be a pain in the ass for those doing such a thing, if they are that is.

Xavier Perry
Xavier Perry

This happened to someone on my router the last time I was going into irc. I haven't been harrassed or threatened in here, overtly, for 7 or 8 years–on imageboards, I mean. Do you think others are attracted by your sincerity and openness about security issues? Would it be better not to come to social media like this and just continue your research with noscript in a browser? What about, and I've said this before, focusing your attention on the unique freedoms you still possess? The paranoia might be diminishing your quality of life in a way that you'll later regret.

Ryan Bennett
Ryan Bennett

I would add, with Linux-based, that an application called Deep Freeze, by Faronics, will do all the work that you want it to do without raising your online profile unnecessarily. Keep your data on removable drives, of course, which if you're who I think you are is something you already do. Still, I want to bring attention to this notion of a false sense of security with half measures that, in a way, make one more vulnerable: seedy social media rather than checkmark social media, Linux kernel rather than normie-tier operating systems, and the like.

Gabriel Sullivan
Gabriel Sullivan

I come here because no other social media networks would allow the kinds of content I post, and as far as big tech data mining, they are so much worse than anonymous image boards. The ONLY thing to fear here are the bad actors/spooks which we all know damn well do lurk here and try keeping profiles.

Sometimes I amuse myself, I'll drop small tiny bread crumbs every once in a while mixed with a bit of disinfo to throw the spooks off.

Henry Lee
Henry Lee

Since we're obliged to use javascript to post here, what prophylactic measures are there to protect your information other than a VPN? Supposedly this entire site runs on federal servers.

Alexander Powell
Alexander Powell

Basically, you can see this as a freedom issue or a privacy issue. I think you're screwed on the privacy thing but still have some freedoms you can cling to. On the other hand, I think you'd be better off putting up a website with a comment section because then you're the mod, then your obligation is to comply with the laws of whatever country you're in and not some kampfy-tier political activisim.

Jayden Hill
Jayden Hill

You can temporarily allow Zig Forums while you post, and then deny it after posting here (which is what I do). Wipe ALL browser cache/cookies before and after you visit this site.

Otherwise: private VPN (not the ones Zig Forums shills). Addons like Blender or Random Agent Spoofer (something that will spoof browser metadata), HTTPS Everywhere. Forward secrecy (meaning don't tell them what you don't want them to know). If you drop breadcrumbs, mix it with disinfo to throw them off track.

Also very important: about:config tweaking! Disable WebGL and WebRTC so your IP doesn't leak behind your VPN.

Instructions for all this and more here: archive.fo/isnXt

Jace Brooks
Jace Brooks

Since we're obliged to use javascript to post here
You can post without javascript.

Isaac Sullivan
Isaac Sullivan

Correct. However, without JS activated you can't easily respond to another one's post, without copy/pasting their "trip code" or comment number. That is an option though, if you don't mind the hassle.

Oliver Hernandez
Oliver Hernandez

Good tips.

Ethan Jenkins
Ethan Jenkins

trying

Kevin Reyes
Kevin Reyes

You can't submit new threads without JS either. But to post simple comments you don't need it.

Lincoln Price
Lincoln Price

They really do their very best to derail and slide threads like this.

Owen King
Owen King

Anything's possible if you make your computer virtually unusable? Great solution.

David James
David James

My computer can be used just fine without a lot of the bloatware big tech garbage they have out today. Only idiots would not be able to use it, thats all.

Lincoln Flores
Lincoln Flores

only idiots

Shakes head.

Jaxson Murphy
Jaxson Murphy

Thats right, only IDIOTS need all that corporate big tech bloatware/spyware installed on their systems.

Caleb Clark
Caleb Clark

Daily reminder that Mozilla is platform independent.

Christian Scott
Christian Scott

Well you just have to reverse a lot of its telemetry crap from about:config and install a lot of privacy addons like noscript and https everywhere and it should run fine. Disable the autoupdates too. Mozilla is actually decent, once you remove a lot of garbage in its configurations and obfuscate all the metadata and add encryption.

Colton Wilson
Colton Wilson

And yet, that does not ensure privacy. Moreover, it attracts attention. Maybe dickfuck is up to YouNow peeping or what have you.

Mason Clark
Mason Clark

I'm not convinced in these diminishing returns for a second. It looks more, on the whole, like shill versus countershill. It's polarized meme warfare but no more significant than principled civil disobedience.

Eli King
Eli King

It attracts attention? Fine. Then hop IPs more often, and disconnect the internet when not in use. You'll give them a bigger pain.

Zachary Bailey
Zachary Bailey

wow real news

Caleb King
Caleb King

The ONLY reason I temporarily allow JS to run on here, but I always disable once I get off.

Tyler Davis
Tyler Davis

Whining about this shit never achieves anything.

Just learn about AI or whatever tech interests you so you can use it against ZOG on D-Day.

Cooper Nguyen
Cooper Nguyen

Who do you think is going to have the power to shut AI ON and OFF when it is rolled out to make sure its controlled in their interests?

Here's a hint:

Austin Sanchez
Austin Sanchez

bump

Noah Butler
Noah Butler

Pain is not the point. The points are freedom and privacy.

Jace Myers
Jace Myers

I like to give the assholes a headache too.

Alexander Morales
Alexander Morales

Alternatives To State-run Social Media: desuarchive.org/prepare/thread/20/ | archive.fo/53IjY
web.archive.org/web/20181219024824/https://desuarchive.org/prepare/thread/20/

Learn Proper OPSEC: desuarchive.org/prepare/thread/22/ | archive.fo/isnXt
web.archive.org/web/20180921124309/https://desuarchive.org/prepare/thread/22/

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