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Do you think it is a good idea to play [...]


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Do you think it is a good idea to play in the global cabals sandbox? To be herded exactly where they want you? So you can be sorted by quantum computing for future reference?
https://youtube.com/watch/…
Google is a nothing...a zero! You don't use it....it uses you Same for Windows. And fakebook and for twits. All "connect" the unsuspecting users and provide a database for the global cabals cheating, lying, murdering systems. And its not like you don't have any alternatives to these software systems. There's lots of alternatives if you make an effort to find out.
Phillpots
Yep liked that. Good info nicely laid out. When I expand this I think of NGCC which is The Network of Global Corporate Control.
Wednesday 17 August 2016, 19:54:09
Lula
Hi Doug! Good post-can i ask your opinion on which alternatives you have found that you would recommend we use here for the (currently google) hangouts?. Thanks for your efforts here and any advice you can give, Louise
Wednesday 17 August 2016, 21:02:10
Equality333
Yes I avoid Google avidly apart from Skype with annoyingly Microsoft just bought!

I avoid the chats because I don't use google so an alternative to hangouts would be amazing
Wednesday 17 August 2016, 22:53:39
Lula
i agree- we are busy looking/listening out for some suggestions of one that will support- do you have any suggestions? THIS would help us.. we just dont have time for everything and need all you folks to help us with the filtering process- THANKS :-)

Thursday 18 August 2016, 10:28:17
Doug
Hey Lula....following this process to walk the talk when protesting the global cabal is real simple. You and Matt and others like Max and Zen can install and use linux (if they don't use it already) in your daily pewter travels. You should do it now because the time you will spend more accumulated time trying to "fix" your windoze than the time it will take you to adapt on this. There are other operating systems like BSD and Solaris but they aren't as well supported and user friendly as the linux group. Linux has several software programs that work like Skype. Conference calling is primitive right now but doable for small groups.
This isn't an "attempt" to instigate the "church of linux". This isn't an attempt at religion. Its just one way to walk the talk..... by rejecting what you darn well know as a global cabal spying and support the criminals system.
I don't get it. Went to a large gathering in this community that was a protest against "smart meters". Half filled the the local movie theatre. What I noticed was that the "protesters" in there busy tapping on their cell phones while the lecture and movie was on. They obviously haven't made the connection that microwaves from smart meters is the same damaging mechanism as microwaves from cell phones and towers. The hydro power authority execs must be laughing their heads off at the irony and hypocrisy. In any case, I can understand why the power authorities everywhere are so successful in shoving it down everybody's throat. If you want to effectively protest smart meters, you should have already rejected your convenient little control-the-user robot digital pied piper mechanism and embraced the "ban the friggin bee killing microwaves" movement no matter how terribly inconvenient it is for you to actually practise what you preach.
The global cabals systems know your every move, know all your friends by running their "algorithms" on the "reich" button oops "like" button and "links" buttons. The global systems know how much of a "threat" you are and when TSHTF the software will sort you out. Me, I'd rather have em kiss my digital ass.
Thursday 18 August 2016, 16:40:31
Lula
thanks Doug: i hear you and will act accordingly , including liaising with Mat to see how he sees this working for us at FCP. Yes, agree we need to all be 'walking our talk' while still prioritizing what needs to be done right here right now and getting on with it with what we have. Should we wait for everything we would like to see to be in place? I don't feel that's the case. We can surely rise above all this and just 'get the job done' before indeed we are all dis-abled. Thanks again -valuable info, Louise
Thursday 18 August 2016, 16:56:30
Equality333
Hey Doug i am on a mac and looked into using the Linux Ubuntu but it appears it does not work on a mac, any help welcome bud
Thursday 18 August 2016, 21:32:28
Doug
The apple software is superior to windoze. It's based on Unix OS like linux is. Certainly they make the best eye candy and not too many problems with viruses and malware. I do suspect that apple has gone to the dark side re surveillance since Wozniuk lost control. My preference right now with my linux installs is to use the Mac type desktop/menu interface as some linux distros do (unless crapple takes em to task in court). Installing Ubuntu or Mint while keeping OS X is doable but there are some "special" programs for booting and manual tweaks you will have to do that I am not familiar with. The down side for you and where you are missing out is all the free software linux offers. As for crApple and their spypads and spyphones.....pretty pretty does not help the honey bees and no food for our children is not an "option" for me.
Friday 19 August 2016, 17:20:18
Equality333
Agreed I looked a Ubuntu and you have download and put on a cd or stick. I might do it if one or the other pop up free
Friday 19 August 2016, 17:40:56
Doug
A word of caution.....although many say Ubuntu is the best linux, I have never used it because the "Unity" desktop. It is unlike all others and has pushed the popularity of Ubuntu down to number 3 position. I find it very user ugly. It's kinda like discussions between Ford and Chevy owners. Mint 18 (with the Cinammon desktop) is number one for a reason. I do believe that the latest release of Mint 18 has the drivers for the Mac retina display also. I go with the flow. Mint is number one in popularity so that is what I usually recommend to newbies. Here's a link you might find interesting about your possible install http://linuxnewbieguide.org//…
Friday 19 August 2016, 18:25:52
Doug
Oops, forgot. You don't have to get rid of your Apple OS. Just make sure you install linux alongside it and then "dual" boot at pewter start up. Then you can pick either system.
Friday 19 August 2016, 18:28:40
Equality333
Thanks Doug found a video on youtube just need to find a stick to use as a boot device
Friday 19 August 2016, 22:18:36
Doug
Stick it to the global cabal hahahaha
Friday 19 August 2016, 22:43:02
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