Today I came to the conclusion all these thoughts and no where near fusion, sitting on the sidelines watching lists of guidelines, I don’t understand your rules, looks can be deceiving but we’re not all tools, some of us see what you are, the lines you draw what’s good for one isn’t good for all, it’s all for you, the more you show the less you do, trying to find reasons is like trying to stop seasons, I can’t make out where your faith comes from, conflicting pictures produced by your perception of scripture, instead of figuring out what underlies why not read with your fucking eyes, again it’s only good if it doesn’t benefit everyone, if it feeds and clothes yours but starves and kills my son, or hers or his, only sense in this, is greed and hate, filling your plates, hiding behind your god or flags you don’t even believe in, it’s you who’s getting raped the rest of us are leavin. Further attempts to…. Bye for now. Got sense.
So here I am again. I spent my twenties in a band delivering flowers, running gas lines, doing construction, having kids, and becoming a heroin addict. The band broke up, I quit the flower shop, got fired from a couple construction jobs and the gas line company went out of business. I never had a problem continuing my heroin addiction though. I did manage to stop at three kids although later a bitch killed a baby of mine. I’m pro choice but the circumstances were really fucked up which seems to strengthen my anger at her choice to do so. Now I’m in my late thirties. I’ve spent four of those years behind bars. Most of which were important years to my kids. The last years of those days when they want to spend time with their parents. Now my kids are teens. One of which has the mentality of a 5 or 6 years old the result of a rare disorder than causes any number of problems mental growth being one of them. That’s the youngest. The oldest has managed to graduate high school on time something me or her mother couldn’t or didn’t accomplish which is something to be proud of. The middle child, my son. He’s been on the run now for about 5 days from the cops for leaving the house after being placed on house arrest. I realize now this is my fault. I’m a horrible father and I never should have been allowed to have children. Maybe I never should have been allowed to continued living after the way I treated my teen years. The past few months I’ve been reawakened to the shitty state of this world. Maybe that has kept me sidetracked from watching what has been going on with my son, further evidence that I’m lacking in my ability to be a good decent functioning parent. I used to think that if I could go back I would do better in school or try harder to find something I was really interested in career wise. Today I think, I would avoid meeting my kids mother. I would avoid causing all the pain I have caused her and my kids. When I first went to jail, my ex was forced to live in all sorts of places with people she wouldn’t have ended up with had I not been so fucking stupid. This time, it was thanks giving 2003, I make a phone call to my mother in law, who normally would three way a call to Colorado so I could talk to my kids. This night when I call I find out that I can’t talk to the kids they aren’t there. The two youngest are at a babysitters, while my oldest who was ten at the time was at the hospital being tested for rape. While I was sitting in jail, and her mom was at work, her uncle Ed Turner raped my ten year old girl, his niece. This is my fault. My son being the way he is is my fault. I am a horrible father and someone should shoot me. Further attempts to…. Bye for now. Got bullets.
Opera browser unblocks the Pirate Bay #TPB -
In 2006 Opera was the first browser to include BitTorrent support. Recently, it has introduced a new feature for BitTorrent users. Opera is offering a “Turbo” service, which makes web pages load a lot faster on a slower connection by compressing compressible files on the pages you are trying to load.
“When Opera Turbo is enabled, webpages are compressed via Opera’s servers so that they use much less data than the originals. This means that there is less to download, so you can see your webpages more quickly,” Opera explains.
You may be thinking what has that got to do with torrent users? Well, when enabling Turbo mode in Opera, The Pirate Bay loads fine for those users whose ISP blocks The Pirate Bay. So if you’re struggling to get online with the Pirate Bay then Opera could be for you, if you want a hassle-free integrated solution. Or you could just use one of the thousands of proxies and workarounds available on the internet currently if you’d rather not use Opera as your browser.
Opera browser unblocks the Pirate Bay
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#Anonymous, Jr.: #German police search scores of underage ‘hackers’ -
By Thomas Peter, 14 June, 2012
German police have carried out a massive operation targeting people connected to a DDoS attack by hacktivist group Anonymous. Surprisingly, the majority of the hundred or so suspects turned out to be underage.
Police have conducted searches in the houses of some 106 individuals suspected of being involved into the Anonymous attack on the website of GEMA, a company protecting copyright laws.
According to police, for many parents, the police visit came as a big surprise, leading to a tough talk with their kids.
The organizer behind the attack on GEMA was a user calling himself AnonLulz, who on December 17 published a script that allowed sending multiple simultaneous requests to the website to disrupt its services.
Although the attack failed, the website was significantly slowed down.
All those who used the script have been considered by police as suspects in the case.
Police initiated a criminal case into the incident on charges of computer sabotage. In Germany, such a crime is punished by a fine or jail sentence.
It was also reported that Anonymous representatives are now offering legal assistance to all suspects.
The German branch of the group has written on its Twitter account that “innocents have been raided.”
The very fact that the IP addresses of the attackers were easily traceable also speaks against the presumption that those suspected belong to Anonymous.
Anonymous, a group of online activists that originated in the early 2000s, regularly attacks websites of different institutions all over the world. The group usually confirms or refutes its involvement via Twitter. Since the beginning of this year, Anonymous has claimed responsibility for attacking websites of such high profile organizations as the CIA, Interpol and the FBI.
Anonymous, Jr.: German police search scores of underage ‘hackers’ — RT
There is no one close for me to care about so I just care about everything and go without. I see this I say to those that read, no matter it seems for they pay no heed. I’m alone in my head, my world, all around, it’s hard to fly when you’re not quite on the ground. Further attempts to….Bye for now. Got clothes.
Anonymiss Express: Race To Oblivion: How people are led to war? #antishock -
The above vids may contain “old news” but this eerily resembles the propaganda moves the MIC (Military-Industrial-Complex) is making with regard to Syria now. A president sets intent to go to war, and from that time on, people have to deal with rationalization and justification for the war…
The American police state takes a major step forward with passage of bill accelerating integration of drones into American airspace #policestate -
On February 8, 2012, the President of the United States of America was presented with H.R.658, also known as the “FAA Air Transportation Modernization and Safety Improvement Act.”
On February 3 the House agreed to the conference report with a vote of 258-169 and on February 6, the Senate agreed to the conference report by a vote of 75-20.
This legislation, which was covered sparingly in the establishment media for reasons which will likely become quite obvious, includes some troubling provisions regarding the use of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs, better known simply as drones) in the United States.
Section 320 states that the legislation, “Requires the FAA Administrator to: (1) develop plans to accelerate the integration of unmanned aerial systems into the National Airspace System, and (2) report to Congress on progress made in establishing special use airspace for the DOD to develop detection techniques for small unmanned aerial vehicles and to validate sensor integration and operation of unmanned aerial systems.”
This section addresses both the increasing use of drones over America, which is obviously being accelerated, along with the Department of Defense’s efforts to develop systems to detect small drones and coordinate the sensor integration and operation of drones.
The same section also directs the Secretary of the Department of Defense to create a process to develop certification and flight standards which will be used for military drones at certain test sites.
The increasing use of drones in the United States, before this legislation was even passed, has been a matter of great concern for me along with many other analysts who have been keeping tabs on the issue.
Previously I have covered how drones can be used to track individuals over great distances, even tracking who they associate with and when, along with creating so-called “threat assessments” based on biometric information. These threat assessments effectively criminalize individuals before anything illegal is actually done, by detecting (or at least supposedly detecting) malicious intent.
There was also the case in North Dakota where a military drone, in this case the Predator B, was launched form an Air Force Base to assist police in finding and arrested suspects. This case obviously had sweeping implications due to the fact that it heavily blurred what used to be quite clear lines between law enforcement and the military.
This effectively circumvents the Posse Comitatus Act, something which is a disconcerting prospect for many individuals in the United States who believe in liberty and a constitutional government.
With the passage of the National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2012, or simply the NDAA as it is better known, the military has gained unprecedented new powers to detain Americans indefinitely without charge or trial based on nothing more than suspicion.
The American police state is growing in many ways, but the increasing use of the military on United States soil and the acceleration of the integration of drones – both military and civilian – is one of the most concerning.
The number of drones which could be operating in the American airspace is nothing short of astounding. Indeed the Washington Times reports that the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has projected that some 30,000 drones could be flying over our country by 2020.
Seeing how the Obama administration refuses to even explain why they think they have the ability to kill American citizens with drones without any due process whatsoever, I find this quite troubling indeed.
There is essentially nothing keeping the Obama administration and future administrations from killing Americans with drones – in America no less – and then claiming it is a state secret and thus refusing to even confirm that the program exists, all while admitting it does whenever it is advantageous to do so.
With just about everyone in the United States being classified as a possible terrorist (while the definitions become even broader with every government-sponsored report made publicly available) I do not think it is out of line to be concerned about how this newest development might end up rearing its ugly head.
Even if armed drones are never utilized in the United States – a possibility which I am hesitant to get behind given the precedents set by our criminal government – there are grave implications for the privacy of Americans and our most essential civil liberties like the right to free association and unreasonable search and seizure as protected by the Fourth Amendment.
Indeed if surveillance drones are deployed over the United States it would be quite easy for the government or private entities to track the movements of individuals including their daily routine, who they associate with and just about anything else.
The problem here is that there is no need for probable cause or any semblance of justification in order to authorize the surveillance of a suspect. This spells the total loss of privacy in America with the ultimate decision making left up to unaccountable, faceless bureaucrats.
Consider the new drone sensor which is able to capture 36 square miles in a single blink of its powerful camera. This could monitor entire cities with ease and track multiple individuals over an extensive area.
Technology like this could be utilized in conjunction with facial recognition and biometric databases along with threat assessments in order to create lists of people participating in demonstrations, rallies, meetings, or other gatherings which the government might not approve of.
This would greatly increase the ease with which the government can identify and harass individuals who the government might think are possible terrorists, and of course the criteria for this designation is constantly expanded to the point of absurdity.
The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) has echoed my concerns, writing, “Unfortunately, nothing in the bill would address the very serious privacy issues raised by drone aircraft. This bill would push the nation willy-nilly toward an era of aerial surveillance without any steps to protect the traditional privacy that Americans have always enjoyed and expected.”
The privacy concerns are nearly endless, along with the considerable questions it raises in the realm of civil liberties and the slow descent of the United States into a comprehensive surveillance state in which nothing you say or do is not recorded somewhere for later recall should it be desired.
I find the approval of civilian use of drones almost as worrisome as law enforcement and military applications in the United States, mostly due to behemoth corporations with strong government ties like Google.
Indeed considering that Google has been busted “accidentally” collecting data from Wi-Fi networks with their Google Street View cars in the past, there are some concerns about what exactly they might collect using newly available drone technology.
The Electronic Privacy Information Center (EPIC) has done a phenomenal job of tracking the Google Street View controversy and all that is involved, all of which should be considered when analyzing the potential of Google-owned-and-operated drones.
In Forbes, Kashmir Hill actually raises this prospect in writing, “a company such as Google for example could finally buy drones and use them for mapping purposes. Yes, we may finally have Google Street Drone View.”
Finally? I didn’t know that people were yearning for a Google Street Drone View, nor am I quite sure why such a thing would ever be necessary given the satellite images one can already display over maps along with Google Earth.
Then again, I never cease to be amazed by the excitement with which people will watch their privacy stripped away, especially if there is something “cool” involved.
This is especially true in my generation, where people are quick to hand over every tiny scrap of privacy they have left with the reliance on technology like smartphones – most of which are equipped with the Carrier IQ monitoring software – and social networks like Facebook which Dr. Richard Stallman recently called “a surveillance engine.”
In the United States government’s quest to monitor, track and analyze everything done across the entire world, this new legislation could prove invaluable.
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What Israel’s anti-African pogroms tell us about Zionism -
A week ago, on the night of Wednesday 23rd May, South Tel Aviv erupted, becoming the epicentre of an attack by an angry, violent mob against members of the city’s African migrant population, deliberately targeted because of no other reason than their ethnicity.
African-owned businesses and homes were destroyed and looted. There were no fatalities but many were injured. Social media was alive with images and information regarding the attacks, pointing out the absolute apathy, even complicity, of the authorities.
This attack on the African minority in Tel Aviv is not an isolated event. Wednesday night’s violence was the culmination of a series of racist attacks, including the firebombing of homes and a kindergarten in south Tel Aviv neighbourhoods. In fact, these attacks illustrate the prevalent high level of racial tension within theuilt on ethnically cleansed land, thus operates under the veil of a democracy in which the Jewish population is the exclusive beneficiary of the democratic process.
However, Israel’s Jewish population is itself stratified within an ethnic hierarchy, where the prosperous Ashkenazi (white Jews of European descent) dominate the economy, media and politics. In comparison, the Mizrahi and Sephardi (Jews of Middle Eastern and North African descent) suffer socio-economic hardship.
Ethnic and religious minorities are uniformly oppressed, from Palestinian Muslims and Christians to African migrants. The disparity is well-documented. Human Rights Watch states that in Israel’s segregated school system ‘Palestinian Arab children get an education inferior to that of Jewish children, and their relatively poor performance in school reflects this.’
Discrimination continues into higher education, employment, healthcare and housing. If we consider the core principle of Zionism, the construction of a Jewish homeland in order to preserve Jewish identity and ensure Jewish security, this oppression is inevitable. However, it is the treatment of black Jews that reveals most about the racism ingrained in Israeli society.
Hanan Chehata writes, in the Race and Class journal, that ‘the Falasha, Ethiopian Jews … brought to Israel in mass transfer operations, have found themselves relegated to an underclass.’ Chehata argues that black Jews are not only racially discriminated against but are also used to bolster the populations of illegal settlements.
In 2010, the Israel lobby group FLAME (Facts and Logic About the Middle East) ran an advertisement in Jewish American newspapers in an attempt to refute claims that Israel is an apartheid state. The advertisement argued that ‘Israel has brought in about 70,000 black Ethiopian Jews, who despite their backwardness have become fully integrated citizens of Israel.’ The advertisement perpetuates the image of the uncivilised savage; we might expect to find such language in nineteenth century European colonial texts.
Jonathan Cook wrote an extensive piece for The National, an English language newspaper, published daily in Abu Dhabi, that examines Israel’s treatment of Ethiopians. Cook writes that ‘Health officials in Israel are subjecting many female Ethiopian immigrants to a controversial long-term birth control drug.’ He further states that ’57 per cent of Depo Provera users in Israel are Ethiopian, even though the community accounts for less than two per cent of the total population.’
The drug has a wide range of damaging side effects and was used by the South African apartheid government to limit the fertility of black women. Yali Hashash, a researcher at Haifa University said similar practices were used against Mizrahi and Sephardi Jews in the 1950s and 1960s because ‘Israel’s leading gynaecologists regarded Arab Jews as ‘primitive’ and incapable of acting ‘responsibly’.’ The evidence is difficult to refute and presents a compelling conclusion: the preservation of Jewish identity in the eyes of the state appears only to encompass white Europeans.
Although oppression takes on many guises, the language of oppression is universal. From the top down, prominent Israeli parliamentarians have fanned the flames of racial hatred and undoubtedly incited violence. In a cabinet meeting last week, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu described African migrants in Israel as ‘illegal infiltrators flooding the country … threatening our existence as a Jewish and democratic state … our national security and our national identity.’
A familiar tune: in 1915, the CUP described the Armenian minority in Ottoman Turkey as a threat to Turkish security and identity. The Ottomans’ chief propagandist, Ziya Gokalp, insisted Turkey could only be revitalised if it rid itself of its non-Muslim minorities, arguing that Armenians were ‘a foreign body in the national Turkish state.’ A few years later, Nazi propagandists Goebbels and Rosenberg propounded the central notion that Germany needed to be Judenfrei (free of Jewish presence) in order to revitalise itself. In both instances, these fabrications created the cultural space for racial hatred and were the pretext for genocide.
Why am I immediately reminded of Der Kristalnacht?
(Source: so-treu, via anonymissexpress)