Category Archives: freedom of speech

Mr. TomThumb, We noticed You Did Not Sign Our Petition Supporting Abortion. Your Digital Overlords.

Dear Digital Overlords, I honor your technocratic dominance and ability to shame me  into signing your petition, using the implicit threat of public admonition for not signing your petition. You are talented, bright folks who think you can solve the … Continue reading

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Feminism’s “Ways of Knowing” Is Only Paranoid Egocentricity!

Feminism’s “Ways of Knowing” Is Only Paranoid Egocentricity! Part One: Western societies’ formal scientific thinking is disowned by feminism which associates science as an extension of The Patriarchy, and male hegemonic control over women. Feminism casts hundreds of years of … Continue reading

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FBI Gives Environmentalists The “Extremists” Treatment.

You heard it here last because I am blocked from accessing the Guardian site. Why? The Guardian says that there is no problem on their end. According to the Guardian headline: The folks who opposed the Keystone XL pipeline apparently … Continue reading

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CISA Will Undermine Privacy and Civil Liberties.

The Cybersecurity Information Sharing Act-2015 (CISA) is described as a total surveillance bill. CISA gives immunity to private actors such as corporations to share customers’ personal data with government, and immunity to government to share personal data we share with … Continue reading

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Invasion of Privacy Is Violence.

From Passive Surveillance to Active Disruption, The Growing Reach of the Betrayal of our Privacy Sinks In.  It has taken me since June of 2013 and Edward Snowden’s NSA spying revelations to arrive at the theory that Invasion of Privacy … Continue reading

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C51 is “The Bomb.”

  This new Canadian bill ought to wreck their democracy pretty darn well. It will start with taking out basic legal rights, rights to legal representation, right to habeus corpus, right to a warrant from a judge based upon probable … Continue reading

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Global Powers Have Abandoned Their Human Rights Values.

The Report of the United Nations Human Rights Chief contains more truth in 3 short columns of print, than the entire New York Times newspaper for Friday, March 6th, 2015.  No one can hear the misery of the sufferers of … Continue reading

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