Re: Autonomous Next Generation Leaks

2019-06-03 Thread Steve Kinney
On 6/2/19 7:51 PM, grarpamp wrote: [...] > It’s been more than six years since Edward Snowden went public. After > all the breathless headlines, Hollywood movies, book deals, Pulitzer > prizes, and glossy primetime biopics. What, pray tell, has come of it? > For the average American –

Re: Fundamentals of Anglophonic Common Law

2019-05-24 Thread Steve Kinney
On 5/23/19 6:47 PM, Ryan Carboni wrote: > To clarify, the worst injury that could occur if a prosecutor pursues a > weak case is having a worse percentage win rate when he decides to talk > up private practice. > > The idea that a prosecutor's self-gain overrides other considerations is >

Re: Fundamentals of Anglophonic Common Law

2019-05-23 Thread Steve Kinney
On 5/23/19 1:41 AM, Ryan Carboni wrote: > The government is made of institutions. The press is an institution. Institution: A facility where people are locked up for their own good and the safety of society at large. Institutionalized: Confined in an institution, or, a personality rendered

Re: EMP missile

2019-05-17 Thread Steve Kinney
On 5/16/19 6:18 PM, jim bell wrote: > Air Force has deployed missiles that could fry electronics of Iran > https://mol.im/a/7037549 via http://dailym.ai/android > The article as a whole reads like a "defense" contractor's press release: Bombastic, overblown, factually inaccurate (i.e.

Re: OFFTOPIC: physics question

2019-05-13 Thread Steve Kinney
On 5/13/19 2:12 PM, \0xDynamite wrote: >> On 5/12/19 9:59 PM, \0xDynamite wrote: >>> Sorry for this little diversion, >>> If light travels at a. different speed for different colors in order >>> to account for the rainbow of a prism, how fast is the. speed of light >>> then? >> >> The speed of

Re: OFFTOPIC: physics question

2019-05-13 Thread Steve Kinney
On 5/12/19 9:59 PM, \0xDynamite wrote: > Sorry for this little diversion, but it has occurred to me that > physics has a bit of a logical contradiction and I think highly of the > group's rational faculties here to help me sort this out. > > If light travels at a. different speed for different

Re: Former US intel analyst arrested for leaking DroneWar dox

2019-05-12 Thread Steve Kinney
On 5/12/19 12:44 AM, jim bell wrote: > On Saturday, May 11, 2019, 9:10:31 PM PDT, Steve Kinney > wrote: > > > On 5/11/19 11:57 PM, Steve Kinney wrote: > >>> If this took place before The Intercept burned Reality Winner, shame on >>> The Intercept.  If it t

Re: Former US intel analyst arrested for leaking DroneWar dox

2019-05-11 Thread Steve Kinney
On 5/11/19 11:57 PM, Steve Kinney wrote: > If this took place before The Intercept burned Reality Winner, shame on > The Intercept. If it took place after, shame on the leaker. Postscript: The Reality Winner incident did come /after/ the publication of docs apparently sub

Re: Former US intel analyst arrested for leaking DroneWar dox

2019-05-11 Thread Steve Kinney
On 5/11/19 12:16 AM, Razer wrote: > A former US intel analyst was arrested Thursday under the Espionage Act. > He allegedly leaked dox about the US Drone War program. Daniel Hale > faces up to 50 yrs in prison, accused of disclosing 11 top secret/secret > documents to a reporter. If this took

Re: No one is obligated to participate in the investigation against me

2019-05-09 Thread Steve Kinney
On 5/8/19 3:34 AM, Ryan Carboni wrote: > It is to my understanding that if I were to ask for technical advice on > a web forum under a different username, people would be made aware of my > identity by government investigators monitoring me. Which is not > ordinarily a problem, but considering I

Re: Happy World Password Day!!! :D

2019-05-02 Thread Steve Kinney
On 5/2/19 10:40 AM, Cecilia Tanaka wrote: > https://nationaldaycalendar.com/world-password-day-first-thursday-in-may/ > > Celebrate the World Password Day changing or upgrading your p455w0rd$, > dear all.  <3 > > Oh, you know, "123456", "password", and "admin" are so old fashioned >

All that fuss and bother about Mendax

2019-04-21 Thread Steve Kinney
Our comrade Mendax has a way with the ladies, including accomplished professionals like Argentine Ambassador to the UK (2006-2011) Alicia Castro: "Then we succeeded that he would be allowed to have a kitten, whose company he greatly enjoyed, and whose presence at the embassy has generated one of

My second Facebook thoughtcrime in two weeks!

2019-04-20 Thread Steve Kinney
On 4/20/19 9:39 PM, Punk wrote: > On Sat, 20 Apr 2019 18:11:53 -0400 > Steve Kinney wrote: > > > me: > > Then you have rampant censorship at the hands of the asshole > users themselves. So the vast majority of groups are heavily censored and > just e

Re: clockwork statist propaganda was : Re: My second Facebook thoughtcrime in two weeks!

2019-04-20 Thread Steve Kinney
On 4/20/19 9:49 PM, Punk wrote: > On Sat, 20 Apr 2019 17:43:17 -0500 > "\\0xDynamite" wrote: > [...] >> free-riders of the commune who weren't pulling their fair share of >> work, etc. > > FREE RIDERS! GASP!! In any social matrix, everybody contributes something, if only consistent

Re: My second Facebook thoughtcrime in two weeks!

2019-04-20 Thread Steve Kinney
On 4/20/19 3:01 PM, Punk wrote: [...] >> I got a Facebook account for maybe seven or eight years ago. Since then >> I have used it to find and hook up with local activist orgs; get >> feedback on propaganda materials (handbills, flyers, etc.) in production >> and distribute the finished

Re: My second Facebook thoughtcrime in two weeks!

2019-04-19 Thread Steve Kinney
On 4/19/19 1:35 AM, Punk wrote: > Well, having a facebook account may be rather a matter of self-hatred =P As long as I don't get prosecuted for self abuse it's all good. > The facebook is like democracy. If it could serve any good purpose, it > would be ilegal. "It's a piss

Re: My second Facebook thoughtcrime in two weeks!

2019-04-17 Thread Steve Kinney
On 4/18/19 12:11 AM, Shawn K. Quinn wrote: > On 4/17/19 22:09, Steve Kinney wrote: >> Just got locked out of The Facebook for the second time in two weeks, >> this time thanks to a MegaChurch Xtian bitch I happen to know IRL, who >> recognized herself "all to clearly

My second Facebook thoughtcrime in two weeks!

2019-04-17 Thread Steve Kinney
Me so proud: Just got locked out of The Facebook for the second time in two weeks, this time thanks to a MegaChurch Xtian bitch I happen to know IRL, who recognized herself "all to clearly" in this post and falsely reported it as a TOS violation: http://pilobilus.net/good.little.nazis.html

Re: Internet Archive Labeled Terrorist, Political Takedown Pending

2019-04-12 Thread Steve Kinney
On 4/11/19 9:19 PM, grarpamp wrote: [...] > http://blog.archive.org/2019/04/10/official-eu-agencies-falsely-report-more-than-550-archive-org-urls-as-terrorist-content/ > > We've been trying to explain for the past few months just how > absolutely insane the new EU Terrorist Content Regulation

Re: AnarchoPunk Update

2019-04-11 Thread Steve Kinney
On 4/10/19 11:40 PM, Punk wrote: > On Wed, 10 Apr 2019 21:24:20 -0400 > Steve Kinney wrote: > >>> Who are you planning to kill, exactly? And what sort of 'crime' gets >>> you first a 'talk' and then gets you murdered? Not sure how any of your >>> co

Re: AnarchoPunk Update

2019-04-10 Thread Steve Kinney
On 4/10/19 8:29 PM, Punk wrote: > On Wed, 10 Apr 2019 19:02:02 -0400 > Steve Kinney wrote: > > >> >> The inherent logical disconnect between anarchy and law enforcement >> underlines the irrelevance of /most/ debate about how an anarchist >> society should

Re: AnarchoPunk Update

2019-04-10 Thread Steve Kinney
On 4/10/19 4:03 PM, Punk wrote: > On Wed, 10 Apr 2019 03:50:18 -0400 > grarpamp wrote: > > >> Dealing with Pedophilia in an Anarchist Society with Yaakov Markel via >> Anarchast >> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1NWLFBHrWdU > > of course, another quite remarkable thing is how this

Re: Censorship: Linus Torvalds Comes Out Blatant Censor's Advocate, Anti Privacy/Anonymity

2019-04-08 Thread Steve Kinney
On 4/7/19 4:36 PM, Punk wrote: > On Sun, 7 Apr 2019 00:04:22 -0400 > Steve Kinney wrote: [...] >> A cursory >> search did not turn up a link to the text; my copy arrived in hard cover >> via the Science Fiction Book Club. Interlibrary loan if all else fails

Re: Censorship: Linus Torvalds Comes Out Blatant Censor's Advocate, Anti Privacy/Anonymity

2019-04-06 Thread Steve Kinney
On 4/6/19 11:28 PM, John Newman wrote: [...] > I need to read True Names (thanks!) - although a cursory search > didn't find the phrase. See also The Shockwave Rider by John Brunner, 1975: The first tale of a "hacker" (not so named) who wages war against State actors. A cursory search did

Re: Censorship: Linus Torvalds Comes Out Blatant Censor's Advocate, Anti Privacy/Anonymity

2019-04-06 Thread Steve Kinney
On 4/6/19 5:32 AM, grarpamp wrote: > https://www.linuxjournal.com/content/25-years-later-interview-linus-torvalds > > "Social Media... Add in anonymity, and it's just disgusting. When you > don't even put your real name on your garbage (or the garbage you > share or like), it really doesn't

Facebook Censorship? I'm banned right now!

2019-04-06 Thread Steve Kinney
On 4/6/19 12:19 PM, jim bell wrote:> Jim Bell's comment: > > If a well-functioning AP-type system were available, Zuckerberg wouldn't even dream of doing this. > > Mark Zuckerburg wants censorship to protect his business model:

Re: CNBC: Zuckerberg backs stronger Internet privacy and election laws: 'We need a more active role for governments'

2019-03-31 Thread Steve Kinney
On 3/31/19 1:08 PM, jim bell wrote: > CNBC: Zuckerberg backs stronger Internet privacy and election laws: 'We need > a more active role for governments'. > https://www.cnbc.com/2019/03/30/mark-zuckerberg-calls-for-tighter-internet-regulations-we-need-a-more-active-role-for-governments.html >

Re: The Libertarian As Conservative

2019-03-29 Thread Steve Kinney
On 3/28/19 8:12 PM, Punk wrote: > On Wed, 27 Mar 2019 19:27:34 -0400 > Steve Kinney wrote: > > >> >> Fake Libertarians seem to play a large part in this dialogue. >> >> Would you care to describe the difference between Fake and Real >> Libertari

Re: The Libertarian As Conservative

2019-03-27 Thread Steve Kinney
On 3/27/19 7:16 PM, Punk wrote: > > > let me add one more datapoint. There's a guy called hans hoppe who is a > 'leading' 'anarcho' fascist and a 'leading' 'intelectual' at moishe.org, > moses.org or mises.org > > here is, in a sentence, what that clown thinks about

Re: The Libertarian As Conservative

2019-03-27 Thread Steve Kinney
On 3/27/19 4:03 PM, Punk wrote: > On Wed, 27 Mar 2019 15:41:36 -0400 > Steve Kinney wrote: [...] >> I guess it just shows to go ya: I must hang out with a hip crowd. I, >> too, would have to cite media personalities appearing in propaganda >> placements, to name a

Re: The Libertarian As Conservative

2019-03-27 Thread Steve Kinney
On 3/27/19 2:25 PM, Punk wrote: > On Tue, 26 Mar 2019 19:06:03 -0400 > Steve Kinney wrote: > >> >> Between Libertarian and Conservative I see differences in belief and >> style, but not in motives and actions. > > yes in practice all that 'libertari

Re: The Libertarian As Conservative

2019-03-26 Thread Steve Kinney
On 3/26/19 6:22 PM, Punk wrote: > > The Libertarian As Conservative - Bob Black > > https://theanarchistlibrary.org/library/bob-black-the-libertarian-as-conservative > > --- > > I think Black's views are mostly accurate. Vast majority of people who > pretend to be 'libertarians' are in

Re: The US government is involved in black magic

2019-03-25 Thread Steve Kinney
On 3/24/19 6:40 PM, Ryan Carboni wrote: > There has been speculation that there is an occult nexus with the cow > mutilations of the 80s, which involved bloodless killings of cows with > seemingly random organs being surgically removed. It is odd that the > Peggy Hettrick murder case in ‘88

Re: What do you think happened here?

2019-03-25 Thread Steve Kinney
On 3/25/19 7:53 AM, Mirimir wrote: > On 03/24/2019 01:03 PM, Ryan Carboni wrote: >> https://mchap.io/that-time-the-city-of-seattle-accidentally-gave-me-32m-emails-for-40-dollars4997.html >> >>> Somewhere towards the end of the call, I asked them if it was okay to keep >>> the emails. Why not at

Re: The NSA Has Apparently Stopped the Domestic Surveillance Program Snowden Exposed - Hit & Run : Reason.com

2019-03-05 Thread Steve Kinney
On 3/5/19 6:27 PM, jim bell wrote: > https://reason.com/blog/2019/03/05/the-nsa-has-apparently-stopped-the-domes > From an article cited in the blog post referenced above: ?When the agency then fed those numbers back to the telecoms to get the communications logs of all of the people who had

Re: Riseup blocks Gmail

2019-02-27 Thread Steve Kinney
On 2/27/19 3:41 AM, grarpamp wrote: > On 2/27/19, Shawn K. Quinn wrote: >> Looks more like Google got blacklisted by one of the lists > > Yeah missed that, thanks. > >> an account that can't email >> *@gmail.com is much less useful than one that can. > > Gmail needs to die. I use a GMail

Re: How to achieve 1 meter accuracy with Android Was: Re: Dropgang vulnerabilities

2019-02-24 Thread Steve Kinney
On 2/24/19 2:01 AM, jim bell wrote: > https://www.gpsworld.com/how-to-achieve-1-meter-accuracy-in-android/ > > [partial quote begins] > > Recent changes in hardware and standards make one-meter accuracy > possible, in some cases as soon as this year. The transcript of a talk > given to Android

Re: Scientific perfection and Scientific debates

2019-02-19 Thread Steve Kinney
On 2/19/19 7:49 PM, Punk wrote: > > This is quite remarkable, IBM (an american corporation and thus morally > perfect - see ayn rand philosophy) created an Artificial Intelligence > Debater and the Artificial Intelligence Debater scientifically proved that > > > "children who

Re: Vermont legislator proposing a law that bans code instructions on how to create firearms

2019-02-14 Thread Steve Kinney
On 2/12/19 5:02 AM, grarpamp wrote: >> a fair judge > > This seems rare... as in many democracies > and other forms, the judge is appointed at > leisure of executive, paid through executive > tax enforcement, etc. Some have legislative > oversight. Yet where is a design where the people >

Re: Apollo 11, Govt Drone Shaming, Censors, Bio Hacking, Energy

2019-01-28 Thread Steve Kinney
On 1/28/19 2:36 AM, Shawn K. Quinn wrote: > On 1/28/19 00:59, Steve Kinney wrote: >> I was recently noticed that Google has delisted this page, hosted at my >> vanity website, due to a (bogus) allegation of copyright violation: >> >> http://pilobilus.net/strateg

Re: Apollo 11, Govt Drone Shaming, Censors, Bio Hacking, Energy

2019-01-27 Thread Steve Kinney
On 1/27/19 8:16 PM, grarpamp wrote: > YouTube said today that it is retooling its algorithm in order to > prevent promoting conspiracies and false information, reflecting a > growing willingness to quell misinformation. > These often serve up unsavory content: conspiracy theories about >

Re: [Cryptography] Happy birthday, NIA!

2019-01-27 Thread Steve Kinney
On 1/27/19 9:14 PM, grarpamp wrote: > On 1/21/19, Dave Horsfall wrote: >> The predecessor of the CIA, the National Intelligence Agency was created by >> President Truman on this day in 1946; it merged with its operational arm, >> the CIG (Central Intelligence Group) to become another TLA, the

APNewsBreak: Undercover agents target cybersecurity watchdog

2019-01-26 Thread Steve Kinney
APNewsBreak: Undercover agents target cybersecurity watchdog > NEW YORK (AP) — The researchers who reported that Israeli software was used > to spy on Washington Post journalist Jamal Khashoggi’s inner circle before > his gruesome death are being targeted in turn by international undercover >

Re: Dropgang vulnerabilities

2019-01-22 Thread Steve Kinney
On 1/13/19 10:43 PM, Mirimir wrote: > Dropgangs, or the future of dark markets Here's some ideas about structural vulnerabilities in the Dropgang protocol, as described at https://opaque.link/post/dropgang/ Dead drop reuse: To achieve acceptable security each dead drop may be used once only,

Re: Apple Talks Shit About Privacy at CES

2019-01-07 Thread Steve Kinney
On 1/6/19 3:56 PM, grarpamp wrote: > https://www.engadget.com/2019/01/05/apple-ces-2019-privacy-advertising/ > https://www.engadget.com/2016/02/18/fbi-apple-iphone-explainer/ > https://www.android.com/security-center/ > https://source.android.com/security > https://apple.com/privacy > > "What

Re: How Feminism, aka worthless feminazi scum is funded

2019-01-06 Thread Steve Kinney
On 1/6/19 5:54 PM, Punk wrote: > feminazi scum (aka feminists) got a 200 millions loan from the > americunt government. > > Notice how feminist scum in a banana republic is 'financed' by the > supreme scum of the planet, the americunt government. Though of course, the > loan

Re: Privacy -focused Proton Mail is Full of Niggers and jews

2019-01-04 Thread Steve Kinney
On 1/4/19 2:26 PM, Winter-chan wrote: > Pic related. > "Your e-mail or phone number will not be linked to the account created. It is only used during the sign-up process. A hash will be saved to prevent abuse of ProtonMail systems." If true, so much the better. If false, any throw-away

Re: Where is Coderman?

2019-01-01 Thread Steve Kinney
On 12/31/18 4:30 PM, Where is Coderman? wrote: > A while back Coderman posted about FBI disruption strategies. Did > Coderman get disrupted? Or is Coderman dead? > > “FBI disruption strategies - extra-judicial life destruction > > ''' > Disruption strategy involves “a range of tools including

Re: Global Elections 2020: John McAfee - Open Call For Do'ers

2018-12-30 Thread Steve Kinney
On 12/30/18 10:04 PM, grarpamp wrote: > https://loggiaonfire.com/magazine/10_things_anyone_can_do_to_help_mcafee_2020_1545155711.html > https://www.facebook.com/mcafeelp > > https://www.lp.org/membership/ > > > 10 Things Anyone Can Do To Help McAfee 2020 > Rob Loggia Dec 18, 2018 > > It is

Re: USA colleges rejuvenating: Appeals Court: Colleges Must Censor, Block Online Services If They Offend Someone - [PEACE]

2018-12-24 Thread Steve Kinney
On 12/24/18 10:21 AM, Razer wrote: > > > On December 22, 2018 11:19:41 AM PST, Steve Kinney > wrote: >> >> >> On 12/22/18 4:02 AM, jim bell wrote: >>> On Saturday, December 22, 2018, 12:35:59 AM PST, Zenaan Harkness >>> wrote: >

Re: USA colleges rejuvenating: Appeals Court: Colleges Must Censor, Block Online Services If They Offend Someone - [PEACE]

2018-12-22 Thread Steve Kinney
On 12/22/18 4:02 AM, jim bell wrote: > On Saturday, December 22, 2018, 12:35:59 AM PST, Zenaan Harkness > wrote: > > >>Snowflakes rejoice > Naturally, the "people with fascist tendencies" probably called > themselves "anti-fascists". > > A comment I read recently:   'Fascists' are

Re: how to use mobile phone GPS without a SIM card?

2018-12-21 Thread Steve Kinney
On 12/21/18 1:21 PM, juan wrote: > On Fri, 21 Dec 2018 18:06:36 +1100 > Zenaan Harkness wrote: > > >> >> >> Any ideas why GPS would require a SIM card? > > it's because amont the millions of lines of malware known as "androido" > there's one that says : if (no_sim()) disable_gps();

Re: Facebook non-secrecy.

2018-12-19 Thread Steve Kinney
On 12/19/18 4:40 AM, jim bell wrote: > Facebook reportedly gave tech giants access to users’ private messages: > https://nypost.com/2018/12/18/facebook-reportedly-gave-tech-giants-access-to-users-private-messages/ The Facebook gives access to more than just tech giants. Try "any paying

Re: Assange Journalism

2018-12-08 Thread Steve Kinney
On 12/8/18 3:41 PM, juan wrote: > On Sat, 8 Dec 2018 13:44:22 -0500 > Steve Kinney wrote: >> Greenwald distributed the PRISM documents to several press outlets, at >> least one of which edited them before release per side by side >> comparison of published versions. (O

Re: Scientific American: Is the U.S. Lagging in the Quest for Quantum Computing?

2018-12-06 Thread Steve Kinney
On 12/6/18 12:55 PM, jim bell wrote: > Scientific American: Is the U.S. Lagging in the Quest for Quantum Computing?. > https://www.scientificamerican.com/article/is-the-u-s-lagging-in-the-quest-for-quantum-computing/ I would find it hard to believe that the U.S. "lags" any other country in its

Re: snowden and the billionaire monkeys on our back

2018-12-05 Thread Steve Kinney
On 12/5/18 3:20 PM, John Newman wrote: > > Long interview with guy who just wrote a book about faux-philanthropic > leaders of the new gilded age (or something ;) > > https://www.truthdig.com/articles/silicon-billionaires-are-the-lethal-monkey-on-the-back-of-the-american-public/ > > >

Re: The Forgotten Story of the Julian Assange of the 1970s

2018-11-30 Thread Steve Kinney
On 11/29/18 12:48 AM, jim bell wrote: > https://www.politico.com/magazine/story/2018/11/28/assange-wikileaks-prosecute-agee-covert-action-cia-222693 > > > Philip Agee. Good one. :o) I do approve of Phil Agee - I literally shook his hand and thanked him for his service - but he was not a

Re: Assange Journalism

2018-11-30 Thread Steve Kinney
Supplementary Insider Threat dox, hosted by JYA: http://cryptome.org/2014/05/insider-threat-warfare.htm Intimately related, from Julian Assange - also hosted by JYA: https://cryptome.org/0002/ja-conspiracies.pdf Insider access and exfiltration is the true "universal decryption key." Even

Re: Assange Journalism

2018-11-29 Thread Steve Kinney
On 11/28/18 11:40 PM, juan wrote: > On Wed, 28 Nov 2018 19:37:59 -0500 > Steve Kinney wrote: >> If we ask what specific domestic surveillance activities had already >> caused the most controversy, and had the biggest potential for blowback >> if exposed to full pub

Re: Assange Journalism

2018-11-28 Thread Steve Kinney
On 11/26/18 10:27 PM, juan wrote: > On Mon, 26 Nov 2018 17:48:22 -0500 > Anyway, yes, what you describe is materially possible, so I should have > asked "played, why?". What would the 'leaders' of the NSA gain by having > snowden leak some stuff they previously selected/curated?

Re: Assange Journalism

2018-11-26 Thread Steve Kinney
On 11/26/18 3:06 PM, juan wrote: > On Mon, 26 Nov 2018 00:01:39 -0500 > Steve Kinney wrote: >> how about the hatchet job his partner in crime, >> Laura Poitras, did on both IO Error and Mendax in her Risk film? Random >> spiteful bitch, or faithful CIA asset? Eithe

Re: Assange Journalism

2018-11-25 Thread Steve Kinney
On 11/24/18 2:06 PM, John Young wrote: > Matt Taibbi reports on Assange in Rolling Stone in a one of the more > salient grasps of what journalism has missed about WikiLeaks feeding its > maw. > > https://www.rollingstone.com/politics/politics-news/taibbi-julian-assange-case-wikileaks-758883/

Re: BBC News: NovaSAR: UK radar satellite returns first images

2018-11-24 Thread Steve Kinney
On 11/24/18 1:51 PM, juan wrote: > On Sat, 24 Nov 2018 18:00:23 + (UTC) > jim bell wrote: > >> NovaSAR:. First all-UK SAR (synthetic aperture radar) satellite sends back >> images. [...] > I guess that kind of news is rather important for cypherpunks because > of the "know your

Re: of elephants and men, and scumbags

2018-11-20 Thread Steve Kinney
On 11/20/18 10:41 PM, juan wrote: >> http://pilobilus.net/Political.Oritnetation.Grid.png > > > I don't think the 2d graph adds much. The assumption that 'economic' > freedom and 'personal' freedom are different things is obviously flawed. > Also, the assumption that 'conservatives'

of elephants and men, and scumbags

2018-11-20 Thread Steve Kinney
On 11/20/18 4:31 PM, jim bell wrote: > On Tuesday, November 20, 2018, 12:08:58 PM PST, Razer > wrote: > >>There IS a "Left" and there IS a "Right"... > > Yes, and the origin of that meme was the outcome of the French > revolution in 1789 onwards.  "The right", of that location and era, sat >

Re: of elephants and men, and scumbags

2018-11-19 Thread Steve Kinney
On 11/19/18 6:02 PM, juan wrote: >> On the brighter side, now Xenan will have lots of company over there in >> my CPunks Spam folder. I'm sure they will get along just fine, out of >> sight and out of mind. > > I open Zen's messages to see if they include a dailystormer link. I > can't

Re: of elephants and men, and scumbags

2018-11-19 Thread Steve Kinney
On 11/18/18 12:17 AM, juan wrote: > On Sun, 18 Nov 2018 14:34:11 +1000 > jam...@echeque.com wrote: > > >> I ceased to be a leftist when > > uh oh... On the brighter side, now Xenan will have lots of company over there in my CPunks Spam folder. I'm sure they will get along just fine,

Re: of elephants and men

2018-11-14 Thread Steve Kinney
On 11/14/18 11:08 PM, Steve Kinney wrote: > > > On 11/14/18 11:03 PM, Alfie John wrote: >> Hey Zenaan, >> >> Are your posts always off topic to Cypherpunks? Maybe other people disagree >> with me, but I somehow feel your purpose here is to make users unsu

Re: of elephants and men

2018-11-14 Thread Steve Kinney
On 11/14/18 11:03 PM, Alfie John wrote: > Hey Zenaan, > > Are your posts always off topic to Cypherpunks? Maybe other people disagree > with me, but I somehow feel your purpose here is to make users unsubscribe 樂 Aw shucks. Zenaan didn't make me unsubscribe. He did make me create a spam

Nigerian 404: Google not found, Internet wobbly

2018-11-13 Thread Steve Kinney
Nigerian 404: Google not found. https://www.theregister.co.uk/2018/11/14/nigerian_telco_bgp/ Reported day one of same. https://www.theregister.co.uk/2018/11/13/google_russia_routing/ If the network's rockin', don't come knockin'

Re: 1. Freedom Makes People Smarter - homeschooling

2018-11-02 Thread Steve Kinney
On 11/2/18 4:48 PM, Steve Kinney wrote: > > Recommended reading, any and everything by this guy: > > https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Taylor_Gatto Postscript: Here's a complete copy of Against School, Gatto's most influential essay. http://www.wesjones.com/gatto1.htm s

Re: 1. Freedom Makes People Smarter - homeschooling

2018-11-02 Thread Steve Kinney
On 11/1/18 5:17 PM, juan wrote: > On Thu, 1 Nov 2018 22:42:17 +1100 > Zenaan Harkness wrote: > >> Stating the obvious dept, using for those stucked in the oblivious >> dept. > >> 6 Reasons to Start Homeschooling ASAP >>

Re: End of the Deep State

2018-11-01 Thread Steve Kinney
On 11/1/18 11:05 AM, Ryan Carboni wrote: > In the coming months, the deep state will end. They will not be capable > of an eye wink argument for their misdeeds. Ignorant, easily led Trump supporters believe he opposes the Deep State. Intelligent, well paid Trump supporters understand that his

Re: The Assassination Of Donald Trump

2018-10-26 Thread Steve Kinney
On 10/25/18 9:25 PM, CANNON wrote: > On 10/24/2018 08:37 AM, Steven Schear wrote: >> https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2018-10-23/cj-hopkins-assassination-donald-trump > And I am sick of all these low intelligent people trying to compare Trump to > Hitler. Trump is not fit to shine Hitler's

Re: on freedom - Re: [WAR] - Re: (53) Gaddafi's Prophecy, 2011 - "Europe will turn black" - YouTube

2018-10-24 Thread Steve Kinney
On 10/24/18 1:49 PM, juan wrote: > On Wed, 24 Oct 2018 15:09:12 +1100 > Zenaan Harkness wrote: > > >> >> In the case of Australia, we were an industrious, fair minded >> Christian nation > > LMAO! are you out of your fucking mind, or just a retarded troll\ Back in the 1970s on a

Re: Yet another reason to call him #$%& Re: yet another reason...

2018-10-23 Thread Steve Kinney
On 10/21/18 6:46 PM, juan wrote: > On Sat, 20 Oct 2018 15:12:22 -0400 > Steve Kinney wrote: > > >> The high volume of torrent traffic over i2p, > > > I wasn't aware that i2p is mainly used for torrents? I don't recall the statistics but I would

Re: Yet another reason to call him #$%& Re: yet another reason...

2018-10-20 Thread Steve Kinney
On 10/19/18 5:58 PM, Shawn K. Quinn wrote: > Of course, #$%& has no clue how BitTorrent works. It's nearly pointless > to route just the tracker callbacks through Tor, and routing the actual > data over Tor would overload the network. I don't blame them for making > it easy to block BitTorrent

Re: Police told to avoid looking at iphone x

2018-10-14 Thread Steve Kinney
On 10/14/2018 03:33 AM, jim bell wrote: > https://www.engadget.com/2018/10/13/police-told-to-avoid-looking-at-iphone-x/ > > "Police have yet to completely wrap their heads around modern iPhones like  > the X and XS, and that's clearer than ever thanks to a leak.Motherboard has  > obtained a

Re: Media Write Protection / Crypto Devices / BadUSB - #OpenFabs #OpenHW

2018-10-13 Thread Steve Kinney
On 10/13/2018 08:42 AM, Mirimir wrote: >> There is never "no" disk, just a matter of which ones >> are plugged into the box, physically, or remotely. > > OK, I should have said "unless there _is_ no disk, as there _can be_ in > Tails". I've run Tails (and my own LiveCDs) on diskless machines.

Re: After Mysterious Closure, Solar Observatory In New Mexico Reopens

2018-09-26 Thread Steve Kinney
On 09/18/2018 03:52 PM, Razer wrote: > > > After Mysterious Closure, Solar Observatory In New Mexico Reopens : NPR > > Laurel Wamsley > > A solar observatory in New Mexico reopened Monday after being closed by > authorities for 10 days — which spawned national interest and > speculation into

Re: root "login" xterm to increase security?

2018-09-20 Thread Steve Kinney
0On 09/16/2018 11:15 PM, grarpamp wrote: > Any search will bring basic stuff like > > https://insecure.org/sploits/xsecurekeyboard_fequent_query.html > https://www.techrepublic.com/blog/linux-and-open-source/three-features-you-may-not-know-xterm-has/ >

Re: Alice and Bob

2018-09-11 Thread Steve Kinney
View the Source, Luke On 09/10/2018 08:06 PM, Steven Schear wrote: > Alice is sending her message to Bob > Protecting that transmission is crypto's job > Without the help out of our good friend Trent > It's hard to get that secret message sent > > Work tries to deposit a check of your salary >

Re: latest false flag attack?

2018-09-10 Thread Steve Kinney
On 09/10/2018 05:50 AM, jam...@echeque.com wrote: > On 10/09/2018 10:50, Steve Kinney wrote: >> Everyone Knows that most of the nominal hijackers were Saudi nationals. >> But in real life, most of them remain John Does:  Because the real >> people whose identities were st

Re: latest false flag attack?

2018-09-09 Thread Steve Kinney
On 09/09/2018 09:22 PM, Mirimir wrote: > Someone did, for sure. It could have been Israel and/or Saudi Arabia > also. I suspect that they're all connected, in some clusterfuck way. > Permission to speak freely? Fuck that. As even Dim (the dimmest of us all) would say, "I don't need no

Re: latest false flag attack?

2018-09-08 Thread Steve Kinney
On 09/07/2018 06:57 PM, juan wrote: > > > > it's been a while since the US military nazis, the wall street bankers, > other amerikan humanitarians and US empire vassal states have carried their > last false flag attack? A new one is overdue? > > Is there any betting on it? =)

Re: Internet fights back, Providers Sellout, 3D Gunbooks For Sale

2018-09-06 Thread Steve Kinney
On 08/29/2018 03:29 PM, Razer wrote: > > Grarpamp: "lol" > > Here ya go laughing boy, the intertubz fights back. My blurb for > #OccupySiliconValley #S17 > > "This #S17 #OccupySiliconValley. It isn't 'geeks who love computers' > anymore. It's the new American Oligarchy... "The 1%"... the

Re: [PEACE] Juice Media - Australia's Northern Territory fracking, is SAFE [MINISTRY]

2018-09-05 Thread Steve Kinney
On 08/31/2018 07:15 PM, jam...@echeque.com wrote: > >>> Fracking is safe everywhere - because if it had anywhere ever caused the >>> slightest harm, you guys would have better poster girls. > > On 31/08/2018 19:08, Zenaan Harkness wrote: >> Gas coming out of people's water taps, earthquakes,

Re: I am a criminal

2018-08-30 Thread Steve Kinney
On 08/30/2018 07:14 PM, juan wrote: > On Thu, 30 Aug 2018 19:04:29 -0400 > Steve Kinney wrote: > > >> High strength, heat tolerant materials are unnecessary unless your >> design calls for accelerating and steering a payload that can reliably >> knock down an

Re: I am a criminal

2018-08-30 Thread Steve Kinney
On 08/30/2018 11:31 AM, Steven Schear wrote: > You don't appear to have any experience with amateur rocketry. Although > perchlorate based grains can be tricky, zinc-sulphur propellants can be > used safely. (My friends and I flew 24-inch ZnS rockets to altitudes > approaching 10k feet and Mach

Re: I am a criminal

2018-08-30 Thread Steve Kinney
On 08/30/2018 03:15 PM, juan wrote: > On Thu, 30 Aug 2018 10:13:51 -0400 > Steve Kinney wrote: > > >> Solve all of the above problems and proceed: You will discover that >> killing scapegoats > > you are confused about the nature of pigs and the milita

Re: I am a criminal

2018-08-30 Thread Steve Kinney
ll of the above problems and proceed: You will discover that killing scapegoats does not repair systemic disorders hard wired into the fabric of daily life and business as usual in a country with hundreds of millions of citizens. :o/ > On Aug 29, 2018 9:13 PM, "Steve Kinney" &l

Re: I am a criminal

2018-08-29 Thread Steve Kinney
On 08/29/2018 10:07 PM, Steven Schear wrote: > Stingers seem to be the deciding element for the Soviets in their > withdrawal from Afghanistan. > > Wasn't it Isaac Asimov that used gene-targeted assassination as the > major plot element in one of his stories? Isn't it you who seems to believe

Re: I am a criminal

2018-08-29 Thread Steve Kinney
On 08/29/2018 06:05 PM, Steven Schear wrote: > No popular insurrection against a modern military has occurred mainly > due to the lack of easy and affordable access of smart weapons. Define "smart weapon." > broad > interpretation of DD's right to publish its 3D plans might soon lead to >

Re: I am a criminal

2018-08-29 Thread Steve Kinney
On 08/29/2018 03:38 PM, Razer wrote: > I wasn't really suggesting using guns to overthow the government. You > might like this explanation of why. > > Randazza at the libertarian legalwonkblog popehat: [...] > We managed to preserve our right to keep military grade rifles and > machine guns,

Re: I am a criminal

2018-08-28 Thread Steve Kinney
On 08/28/2018 11:05 PM, CANNON wrote: > We live in an era where almost half of the states in the USA are (attempting to) censor the free flow > of information. It is sad... Granted, but what has changed? All I see in the case at hand is empty symbolic posturing by typically sleazy

Re: I am a criminal

2018-08-28 Thread Steve Kinney
On 08/28/2018 10:26 PM, CANNON wrote: > For spreading illegal information. > > https://defcad.com/bluewall/ > > https://web.archive.org/web/20180829021147/https://defcad.com/bluewall/ > > transcript: > "451 > Oops. You're behind the Blue Wall > > Your masters say you can’t be trusted with

Ghostscript: Multiple arbitrary code execution vulns

2018-08-26 Thread Steve Kinney
Just when you thought there was a "safe" graphic document format... CERT says: https://www.kb.cert.org/vuls/id/332928 A similar problem in ghostscript, fixed in 2006: http://seclists.org/oss-sec/2016/q4/29 Tech press says:

Re: Peak-a-bo

2018-08-13 Thread Steve Kinney
On 08/13/2018 07:41 PM, Steven Schear wrote: > https://apnews.com/828aefab64d4411bac257a07c1af0ecb/AP-Exclusive:-Google-tracks-your-movements,-like-it-or-not Google tracks my movements? Not yet, anyway. The cell tower networks do track my movements except when I leave my $25.00 mobile phone

Re: AP deconstructed: Why it has not happened yet, and will not

2018-08-06 Thread Steve Kinney
On 08/06/2018 12:14 PM, Mirimir wrote: > On 08/05/2018 09:35 PM, Steve Kinney wrote: >> Listen up you punks... > > Thanks for that. Overall, it's a great analysis, and I mostly agree. > > > >> I see anonymity on the networks as nearly always relative and nearly

AP deconstructed: Why it has not happened yet, and will not

2018-08-05 Thread Steve Kinney
Listen up you punks... I will assume that readers already know how "Assasination Politics" a.k.a. AP works. If not, look it up: I consider it a brilliant idea. But like many brilliant ideas, one can find structural flaws if one looks closely enough. Here's my set: 1) AP treats anonymity on

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