On 09/15/2016 11:32 PM, Mirimir wrote: > On 09/16/2016 12:22 AM, juan wrote: >> On Thu, 15 Sep 2016 20:59:22 -0600 >> Mirimir <miri...@riseup.net> wrote: >> >> >>> >>>> And it also just so happens that schneie (who you said is a >>>> 'good guy'?) is parroting war propaganda about china? >>> >>> I made that comment before reading Schneier's piece. Is he a "good >>> guy"? I have no clue. He's quite clever, for sure. Maybe he works for >>> TLAs, and thinks it good. How would we know? >> >> schneier is now a high ranking member of the tor mafia, that >> means he is a US military contractor. So he works for P - as >> Pentagon. M as in Military. >> >> It's also painfully obvious that schneier is a US proaganda bot. >> The articles in his blog are textbook examples of US terrorism. >> "we need more government to protect the internet" "israeli >> nazi 'security' wall is great" that kind of crass thing. >> >> Finally, my point was that your comment about china was oddly >> in sync with schneier's propaganda. >> >> just for fun, search, cloudflare site:schneier.com >> >> Is there anything interesting? > > He does seem pretty OK with CloudFlare :( I'm disappointed.
They offer free protection to small sites. That means hot-button activists, and that's what scares the crap out of me. If they want to tell the CIA all about DemocracyNow! I could give a fuck (less of a fuck anyway). But when I see them as intermediaries connecting to NoDAPL sites, FergusonAction blogs, BB's post-bust ProjectPM (Their CEO wouldn't admit it but I extrapolated from a short rather hostile 'interview' Yasha Levine arranged on Twitter that the owner of the server, not BB's people, oked that) I see an organization literally seeking documentation on local activists with no resources to protect themselves legally from federal persecution. Rr > >>>>> But then you'll say that it's just americunts pretending to be >>>>> Chinsese ;) >>>> >>>> And you can't prove that's not the case? >>> >>> Nope, I can't. I just do whois on the IPs. Maybe whois is faked. Or >>> maybe they're just leased anonymously. >> >>