Sunday, January 10, 2021

Information sharing and links to various things.... updates..

 

 First some questions for better information and to help all the readers that stop by.

I've seen posts and comments in multiple blogs about using Ivermectin but no very specific information.

Ivermectin.. Where to get it? How to properly use it?

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Brave Browser vs. Firefox. 

As we are are seeing with the big tech. People are switching from the censoring oligarchy to alternatives.

granted TFI is on the big G. Is there a better alternative? I have seen others have issues with the competitions offerings as well.

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I have non de plumes on the social media side of things so I can keep an eye on what's happening. Most time's I lurk without commenting.


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Laura Loomer called it back in 2018


@LauraLoomer is a brave and courageous woman and a true American Patriot 🇺🇸

-- GenFlynn GenFlynn Friday, January 8, 2021


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There is talk of internet down.  Best or easiest type of coms to grab before it's too late so you can keep track of what's going on?

 

 

 

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Lots of good headline briefs to read here<<<

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Great video here<<<<


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Is this real? Sworn affidavit regarding vote changing from Italy:

 

LINK

 

 

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More later if this thing is still on.....






33 comments:

  1. When they take the internet down, there will be no news available.
    Perhaps fall back to am radio again
    In my location there has been no legitimate news source in years.
    Social media? I have pared it down to gab.com only, as @ceh9876
    I am setting up gab's version of the brave browser rather than firefox, which I have been using for years now

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  2. In addition to dosing for Ivermectin, we reliable sources. Sources that will provide the ral drug, not a placebo or poison. Also need source(s) and dosing for hydroxychloroquine.

    FWIW, Diogenes says that Vivaldi is a good free alternative, although it may not have ALL of the features users of Firefox (I'm one) are familiar with. According to what I've gleaned from reading her bio and posts over the years, she works professionally with software, so is probably a reliable judge.

    This whole thing escalated pretty quickly from Wednesday to now. Almost like it was planned, ya think?

    If they have the balls to steal a Presidential and two Senate elections in plain site, they have the balls to shut down the internet. Although I don't think that might happen until after the 20th.

    They will continue to deplatform sites like this one. I hope you and Jeffrey, Irish, have a plan for that. I'm reasonably certain Blogger is not your friend.

    I asked Concerned American to publish something on getting back online after the debacle with his site, but he didn't publish anything that I've seen. He may have put something together and just kept it to himself. Ken might also be a good source, but he went from one commie service to Blogger also, as I'm sure you know.

    I've broached this topic on other sites at times since the deplatforming started. Aren't there any enterprising conservative patriot software guru's out there that can come together and develop a real Patriot hosting platform that values free speech and not subject to the vagaries of "the Tech Giants"?

    I'm not that tech savvy on the nuts and bolts side of hardware and software relating to internet sites. But surely, with a potential audience of 75 million, that's got to be doable. I know it takes a massive amount of money just on the hardware side, but short of .gov shutting down the internet or just fucking with the DNS servers, this has got to be doable.

    In any war, communication is key to success.

    Nemo

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    1. The problem is not with finding the servers to use, but rather in finding the bandwidth provider. That is the real problem since everything has to pretty much pass thru AT&T, Verizon, and other large cable and telecom companies. Even if you find somebody that can provide adequate bandwidth that isn't owned by somebody likely to drop you due to content, the big boys can, and will, pressure your bandwidth provider to drop you or face having their entire network cut off from the internet. It has been done before...

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  3. Normalamerican.com if your not already there.

    HAM radio if you can find one. Shortwave if you don’t need to transmit for grid down information flow.

    Stay away from Firefox, they joined the stalinist purge.

    There’s also talk of shitting the web down through directed searches. Get your DSN out to people for direct access and get the DSN addresses of important and soon to be hidden websites.

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    1. I was going to put that suggestion in my original post and decided against it. Glad to see there others thinking along similar lines.

      Nemo

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    2. A third vote for Vivaldi which has lots of great features. Although I haven't used FireFox in years (since they fired their CEO for donating to his favorite cause!), and had been using Opera which was pretty good but lost a step or two in the performance area.

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  4. If you are serious about Ivermectin, read up on what is called the I-MASK+ protocol. Another place to find out the big story is trialsitenews.com. Mercola.com too. Read up on a thing called the Borody Protocol; you don't take Ivermectin alone, you take zinc and vitamin D with it. And doxycycline or some other antibiotic, although that isn't strictly necessary. Ivermectin is available for people only by prescription in the USA, but is OTC in other nations. The anti-Covid dosage is 0.2mg - 0.25mg per kilo of body weight. One dose the first day, next dose on day 4. Ivermectin is very dosage tolerant, so generally most larger teens to average size adults get a single 12mg pill. Big guys like me would get 2 12mg pills as a single dosage. This medicine is also used for livestock, so there is "horse paste" available at Amazon or Tractor Supply. $7. It's goo in a syringe tube. The dosage is the same for any mammal by body weight, from bunnies to elephants, for de-worming or for Covid, however the goo has an apple flavored gel carrier, so the syringe tubes are marked in 25 or 50lb increments. There are scabies websites that tell you all about Ivermectin paste. The FDA does not want you taking the horse paste, but it seems many people do. There are several brands of it. Some of them have other medicines in them, so you should avoid those. In Florida, the ICON study showed it worked, more than 50 studies worldwide showed it worked amazingly, and many doctors are using it off label in the US. Find one. Ivermectin is really inexpensive, pennies per pill.

    I-MASK+ works. A good part of it is the vitamins and supplements. 5000IU of D3 and 1000mg of C morning and evening. A cuercetin and/or an EGCG green tea extract daily. A melatonin pill at night. A baby aspirin. Additionally, to ramp up your immune system, you would want magnesium, vitamin K, Super B complex, zinc, selenium (eat a brazil nut or two daily for that), perhaps NAC (n-acetyl cysteine) and the enzyme Lumbrokinase. And if you can eat iodine rich foods, do so. Yogurt, keffir, sauerkraut, and other fermented dairy or vegetable products all contain good bacteria for your gut. Pro-biotics and spore-biotics will help. Most of your immune system is in your intestines, so getting the right cultures thriving there will help.

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  5. If internet goes down, how will we view Friday femme fatale? Asking for a friend.

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  6. If internet goes down, how will we view Friday femme fatale? Asking for a friend.

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    1. The most cogent comment in the thread.

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  7. The Italian affidavit is not real. An Italian lawyer has debunked it. One example of the trash in the document is the tower referenced. It does not exist.

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  8. UPDATE by Markku: There are some signs of things moving very fast and I believe there is a real chance of the internet really going down soon. We have discussed how this would most likely be done with the Ilk techies already, and it would be incredibly risky for them to try doing it at the IP level. There are so many critical services depending on IP.

    What is much more likely is poisoning the world's DNS servers by Google, after which all the sites are still there, but you can't see them, except ones that are specifically allowed by Google. The nice thing about this is that you can work around it, if you act before it happens. You need to store the necessary information locally, where Google can't get at it.

    There is just one step that you need to do right now, before the internet goes down. How to do it depends on your operating system.

    If you are on Windows and you have never edited the file c:\windows\system32\drivers\etc\hosts , things are easy. If you HAVE edited it, you will know you have, because this is advanced use of Windows.

    You will need administrator rights to edit this folder in the file exporer. First, rename the old file called hosts, to hosts_backup. Then, put the file you download from the following link, as the new c:\windows\system32\drivers\etc\hosts : http://205.251.111.249/win/hosts

    Note that some browsers may complain that the file is not "commonly downloaded and may be dangerous". On Chrome, click the up arrow in the complaint, and then "keep".

    After that, you will be able to open the URL http://emergency.voxday and you will find further instructions there, in case you find that all other lines of communication have disappeared. Most importantly, there will be a new hosts file behind that link, that will then contain many more entries in it. For any site that has an entry, it will override what the system gets from the poisoned DNS entry. That will allow us to bring all our major services back. Also, if at any time in the future they pull this same trick, this will always be our response. So, you will probably want to keep the addition there. As long as it's only that one additional line, it will not interfere with your normal internet usage. It will simply allow that URL to always be opened.

    Currently there aren't any instructions in the link. But if internet goes down, they will appear.

    If you have edited the hosts file previously in Windows, or if you are a Linux or Mac user, then add the following line to the end of your existing file. Which on Linux and Mac is /etc/hosts . You will need root rights to modify the file. In most cases you gain them by adding "sudo" in front of the command. So, let's say your editor is nano. You'd write "sudo nano /etc/hosts".

    205.251.111.249 emergency.voxday

    https://voxday.blogspot.com/

    Irish - AP Canada

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    1. Good on ya! I attest to all of the information above! I too am an Internet expert at the router level and above, the advice Irish give you is more than adequate to get you rolling again on the Interwebbies. If all else fails you can use the Amazon DNS IPs at 8.8.8.8 and 8.8.4.4, but even THEY might be heavily poisoned.

      If you can, go to https://dns-lookup.com to find the raw IP address(es) of the site you are looking for.
      For example (and reference), the dns-lookup.com has been assigned an A record (the IP address) of 192.241.157.86, so if all else fails you can go to https://192.241.157.86 and there you are! You *might* have to add "/index" at hte end of the IP address, you might not. Depends on how screwed up things will be.
      Copy the information in this blog entry and save it as a Notepad file... just because.

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    2. Good on ya! I attest to all of the information above! I too am an Internet expert at the router level and above, the advice Irish give you is more than adequate to get you rolling again on the Interwebbies. If all else fails you can use the Amazon DNS IPs at 8.8.8.8 and 8.8.4.4, but even THEY might be heavily poisoned.

      If you can, go to https://dns-lookup.com to find the raw IP address(es) of the site you are looking for.
      For example (and reference), the dns-lookup.com has been assigned an A record (the IP address) of 192.241.157.86, so if all else fails you can go to https://192.241.157.86 and there you are! You *might* have to add "/index" at hte end of the IP address, you might not. Depends on how screwed up things will be.
      Copy the information in this blog entry and save it as a Notepad file... just because.

      (This is a repeat post, I abandoned Firefox and am now on Brave...) (Learning curve)

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    3. Ok. My concern is that even if you look up the ip address for this site and use it in place of the domain name it takes you to the google search page because google is the host site.... or am i doing something wrong?

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  9. Try Telegram for messaging. Gab.com is also good. They own their servers and are adding more due to the influx of people migrating from Twitter so it's slow going right now. Dissenter is a good browser, made by Gab. I'm moving of Google today.

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    1. gab has been slow, but they are under a tidal wave of new people so that is to be expected.

      https://gab.com/warhorse_03826

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  10. What, my comments actually go through? Firefox keeps putting a warning up in this spot whenever I hit Publish. Whatevs.

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  11. Miguel at gunfreezone.net successfully transitioned with the help of Troglodyte IT.
    https://gunfreezone.net/ Is Miguel’s excellent site.
    sales@troglodite.com to get started.
    I’ve been using the Brave browser for quite a while on iPad, Mac, & PC. It’s stable and speedy.
    DuckDuckGo.com as a search engine further deprives google of revenue.
    Wish I could help more. Troglodyte should take great care of you.

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  12. Dirty Dingus McGeeJanuary 10, 2021 at 3:55 PM

    I use Startpage for a search engine. It has an "anonymous" mode to visit websites. It works as a proxy, running thru several other providers to mask your IP address

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  13. I downloaded vivaldi and started working with it. I must be getting old. This thing is ssoooo foreign and seemingly complicated that I had to come back to FF, sadly. Supposedly Vivaldi has a bunch of great features and is supposedly more customizable than FF. I was trying to get the UI to look like FF, but nope. To start with the default color scheme is RED. I know they're trying to differentiate themselves from FF and IE but RED. Come On Man!!!.

    Nemo

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    1. I feel you. It does take a little time to figure things out because it has a lot of nice features. But why would you want it to look like FireFox anyway? Live a little. Walk on the wild side, while you can! Give it a try, I did and am happy now with my config and know how to use all the bits and pieces of the web browser, page, tools, etc. Actually fun to learn something new also. But the best was just getting out from under the thumb of those creeps who want to control you and everyone else! Fair winds!

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  14. Add my vote for Vivaldi.
    I used Opera until they canned it at v12 and went down a different development path, which was just crap.
    I have Firefox too but only use it to find embedded video URLs which it does very well. Vivaldi for everything else.

    Note on the Windows HOSTS file. From Windows 8 on, it's not really effective especially with M$ sites and it only takes one Windows update to "expand their power" of censorship..
    As for this last minute panic for "what can we do/get/download" it's like those people who do their xmas shopping 2 days before xmas because they're "so busy" (playing with their phones no doubt) rather than do the shopping months earlier. Far too late to wake up and act now. eg look at guns & ammo availability.
    Best bet at this late stage is retire to a remote location.

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  15. Most bloggers use a hosting service. If said service objects to your content they will remove you. It's become quite obvious that the courts have no interest in protecting your 1A rights from .Gov abuse. They have even LESS
    interest in protecting your speech in the "private" (sic) corporate environment. Some people get around this by hosting on their own servers....an expensive and technically complicated undertaking compared to paying a company.
    Even then you are ALWAYS subject to the whims of your ISP....the company that provides you the gateway to the web. In short there is simply NO guarantee that you can remain online if Big Brother wants you OFFLINE.

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  16. Brave uses Chromium. Just sayin'.
    Protonmail.
    Gab. Gab TV is also now online, and they've created their own browser, with a phone forthcoming. Leftards hate the platform, and are apoplectic in their denigration of the "...ist" (pick any you like) platform.

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    1. I can give two thumbs up for Protonmail and Proton VPN!!
      DuckDuckGo!
      Vivaldi!
      Windows 8.1 (not going near Win10)
      Norton 360

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    2. Gab's browser (Dissenter) is a fork of Brave. The big difference is how they treat advertising and the use bitcoin.

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  17. Couple thoughts, from a conservative software engineer living on the left coast:

    - the internet isn't going away. Why would the libs mess with their income stream like that? No. Not going to happen.

    - parler is offline as I write this, but Dan bongino promises it'll be back. Keep trying daily.

    - I've not seen censorship from Mozilla yet. If you want an alternative try Opera (https://www.opera.com/).

    - if you're certain you have good IP addresses you can edit your hosts file (Linux or windows), but I don't think we're at that level of concern just yet. Plus I have no desire to walk anyone thru the process.

    - duckduckgo.com is a nice search engine, with slightly different results. Ymmv.

    - I still wear a mask when I go out. Whether it works or not.

    - don't lose your head. Dont break into the survival food just yet. But do stock up on water.

    - don't let the libtards see you sweat. They love watching us freak out. Don't give them the satisfaction.

    MAGA

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  18. Informative thread. Really enjoyed the Ivermectin part. I too have been researching Ivermectin in Central and South America and by all accounts- it is safe and very effective esp. when couple with Vita D and Zinc. Thus I had my doctor give me a prescription. I am going to fill it this week. I don;'t know if any of you are traveling but I'll be in Yuma a month, Los Algodones for dental work, and then to Butte Mt for St Patricks day, bagpipes, and corned beef. It ain't easy getting diagnosed and then getting a prescription later- as covid invades and expands. Just be ready for it with a little pre emptive strike of your own.

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  19. https://www.barnhardt.biz/2021/01/07/mailbag-unexpected-benefit-of-ivermectin/

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  20. Ivermectin is also available as a "pour on" for worming livestock, made to be absorbed through the skin. Several friends have used it with success.

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