According to this Daily Mail report, Big Brother will soon be able to identify you by the vein pattern in your hands.
Scientists are working on a piece of technology that will catch criminals using pictures of their hands.
A combination of vein patterns, skin creases, scars, tattoos and pigmentation are used as key biometrics used to identify an individual.
WordPress, a dominant website building platform that is used by approximate 33% of the web took a massive step backward with the release of Gutenberg. Billed as a new page and post-building experience that makes writing posts effortless has been a complete failure. One reviewer claimed it was the worst release since Windows 98.
Wells Fargo, the worlds worst bank is still having problems getting back online according to this Vox report.
Wells Fargo customers have been unable to access their accounts and, in some cases, haven’t received scheduled direct deposits because of a power outage on Thursday that has continued into Friday morning.
In case you didn’t know the SSL certificate is a scam.
I’m sure most of you have noticed the annoying message you get when you visit an unsecured website. It’s basically saying, “Warning, this site is dangerous, and you shouldn’t view this page until this website purchases an SSL certificate,” aka they need to pay their extortion tax.
Privacy is a hot-button issue nowadays, and it should be. Information bloodsuckers like Facebook and Google are having a heyday selling your browsing habits to the highest bidder day in and day out. The truth is that’s really how these companies make their money. In case you didn’t know, as soon as you connect to the internet and visit your favorite site you’re virtually getting raped by hundreds of corporate vampires who want to suck every last bit of personal information out of you.
The war on truth has reached a fever pitch as Google has made it their mission to annihilate the independent media. The ‘New Media’ lead by the likes of Infowars, Breitbart, Natural News and many other great independent sites will have an uphill battle when it comes to getting their content in front of readers. Google has announced they will be doubling down on their ‘Orwellian’ practice of making stories disappear from their monopolistic search engine. Outlined in their Gestapo like 160-page handbook, Google describes exactly how they plan to suppress any information they deem unfit for readers. Highlighted at the bottom of page 108 Google states:
● Pages that directly contradict well established
scientific or medical consensus for queries seeking scientific or
medical information, unless the query indicates the user is seeking an alternative viewpoint.
● Pages that directly contradict well-established
historical facts (e.g., unsubstantiated conspiracy theories), unless
the query clearly indicates the user is seeking an alternative viewpoint.
These two guidelines provided by Google should set off alarm bells to anyone who has a thirst for knowledge or anyone that has the audacity to examine both sides of a topic. Imagine only being able to see and hear the corporate narrative on such important issues like vaccines, 9/11, holistic health, the Kennedy assassination, climate change, banking alternatives, and many other important matters. And that is only scratching the surface.
This information from Google’s handbook was first uncovered by Melissa Dykes at Truth Stream Media who made a great video that eloquently breaks down the importance of this complex issue. I highly recommend everyone watch it and more importantly support their work.
As bad as this news sounds there is a bright side. We have solutions people; we just have to break the habit of being slaves to the Google regime. First, we can stop using Google altogether and start using some great alternatives out there like Good Gopher, DuckDuckGo, Yandex, Searx.me and Qwant.com The second and most important thing we can do is go old school and start bookmarking sites again (something I have been doing for years). This will cut out the middle man (Google) and enable you to see all the great information from thousands of independent journalists that Google is trying to suppress.
Below you will find a comprehensive list of great sites broken down by category that do an excellent job in their respective field. I urge everyone to bookmark this page and make it their go to when searching for news on politics, health and prepping.
By no means is this list complete, there are thousands of great independent sites out there that I have inadvertently missed. If your favorite site is missing send me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org and I will happily add it to the list if it’s worthy.
Sick and tired of Google? So am I. What once started out as a portal to your favorite websites has turned into an out of control spy machine that even George Orwell couldn’t have envisioned. Or maybe that was the plan all along. Over the last few months, Google’s been under intense scrutiny from pundits on the right and left over their increasingly dangerous practices, whether it be their skewed search results that seem to target Conservatives or their intentional demonetization of right leaning websites through their AdSense program. Google has shown us their true colors. They hate the right, but more importantly, they hate free speech.
The statistics are alarming. Google has a stranglehold on search, controlling 81% of the market. With such dominance, we could easily label Google a monopoly. Unfortunately, even with that label, nothing would change. Washington is just the policy arm of big business and would never say no to Google’s endless supply of cash that seems to flood the streets of D.C.
Over the years I’ve learned the only way we can institute change on a large scale is to economically punish companies who refuse to play fair. We can wait for Washington, hold protests and demonstrations, make YouTube videos, write a million stories, and it still won’t change a damn thing. The only way we can get a company’s attention is to stop using their product. It’s that simple, but if you’re unwilling to change your daily habit of using Google, they will win. It’s time for people who care about truth and freedom to put their money where their mouth is and stop using Google.
We the consumers are always in control, we dictate the market, but unfortunately, we get lazy and complacent because it’s human nature. Now is the time to stop being lazy and show Google we have woken up. Below are four search engines worthy of bookmarks that you should start using immediately.
DuckDuckGo is by far the most famous of the bunch. According to the latest Similarweb statistics, over 191 million people visited their search engine over the last 30 days. DuckDuckGo doesn’t store your personal information, they don’t follow you around with ads, and they promise never to track you. They also publish an interesting blog full of great privacy tips everyone can use.
Qwant is another popular noninvasive search engine that protects your privacy. They don’t use any cookies or sneaky methods that allow them to track your browsing habits or establish your profile. Unlike Google, Qwant ensures your privacy is protected, as this the cornerstone of their philosophy.
Searx is another up and coming Google alternative that cares about your privacy. They don’t generate personal profiles about their users, they never share anything with third parties and actually care about your digital freedom.
Good Gopher is a search engine specifically designed for the independent media. Developed by Mike Adams of Natural News this Google alternative doesn’t steal your personal information and values your privacy and freedom.
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Information is getting harder and harder to find these days. Over the years I have noticed PDF’s on firearms, automobiles, and anything related to ‘fixing things yourself’ quietly disappearing from the internet, the culprit usually being a ridiculous copyright claim. Nevertheless, there are still a few good rogue sites out there, but who knows how long they will be around. I have kicked myself a few times for not taking advantage, ultimately missing out on the opportunity to acquire massive amounts of knowledge.
I’m sure we can all figure out why the gatekeepers don’t want PDF’s on building firearms, reloading ammunition, and gun modification widely available on the internet. The simple answer is they hate guns. Guns are ok for the elite, but the slaves should only have access to their hands. That’s just one of many reasons they’re slowly disappearing from the internet. And the even bigger problem is that no one is noticing.
How To guides on automobiles and simple repair manuals are noticeably getting harder to find as well. And if you do come across them, it will cost you an arm and a leg for access. Dealerships and companies that make money from repairs would never want the general public to have this kind of knowledge. Imagine all the money you can save if you’re somewhat handy and can find that wiring diagram for your Honda Accord on the internet, saving you an expensive trip to the dealer or neighborhood mechanic.
These are just two examples. Listed below are many priceless sites full of valuable information on a range of different topics that I encourage you to take full advantage of. As a disclaimer, I would never encourage anyone to download anything illegally. Doing so would hurt the companies bottom line, and we would never want to harm a companies profitability. If you’re a super geek like me, you can easily download whole websites with the click of a button for offline reading. This easy method will save you hours of time that would be otherwise spent downloading individual files. I wrote a quick blurb about it here. Let me know what you think, are there any sites I missed? If so, please send me a message at email@example.com, and I will happily add it if it makes the cut.
By the way I forgot to mention all these sites are FREE and wont charge you a dime for your downloads.
1) B-OK, formerly know as BookZZ, is the worlds most notorious eLibrary claiming to have access to 2,568,555 books and 52,429,666 articles for free. I can literally spend hours on this site and not have regrets, thinking I wasted my time.
2) Project Gutenberg holds claim to the oldest digital library on the web. This volunteer effort catalogs 54,000 ebooks and is home to the worlds greatest literature, especially older works for which copyright has expired.
3) Sacred Texts is an interesting site that archives countless pages of hard to find information about religion, mythology, legends, folklore, occult and esoteric topics. It’s been a mainstay on the internet since 1999.
4) Steve Pages is a great resource for gun enthusiasts like myself. There’s a wealth of information available here. I recommend getting it before it’s gone. The site is a little hard to navigate if you’re not familiar with the layout. To make it easier I included a few relevant links here, here, here, here, here, here, here and here.
5) Cardiagn is a useful resource for anyone with the skill set to fix cars. The site offers an endless supply of repair manuals, wiring diagrams, engine repair manuals, transmission repair manuals and much more. Who knows how long this place will be around, I would take full advantage while it’s still available.
6) Vintage Gun Leather is unique site that offers an excellent catalog of hard to find gun manuals. The site also doubles as store that sells top quality leather products. It won’t be long until the gun grabbers, and copyright trolls get this site taken down. Enjoy it while it’s still here.
7) The Anarchist Library is another rogue site with mountains of information. Don’t let the name intimidate you. There’s a wealth of interesting information here from both sides of a topic.
8) Public Intelligence is a Wikileaks type site with an abundance of documents from various Government agencies. A lot of interesting CIA, FBI and DHS reports have made their way to the site, obviously pissing off the global elite in Washington and around the world.
9) MuckRock is a non-profit collaborative news site that holds the Government’s feet to the fire through FOIA requests. They have an interesting crowdfunding feature and break a lot of interesting stories and have thousands of interesting documents to download.
10) Archive.org is probably one of the most well know and most overlooked sites on the list. At the date of writing, there were 14,469,094 ebooks and texts available for download. This iconic corner of the web catalogs a wide range of documents ranging from historical documents to military manuals.
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Have you ever thought about how useful it would be to download an entire website offline? If you’re a prepper, this is an easy answer. But for most people, this thought has never crossed their mind. Imagine being able to access your favorite prepper website during Hurricane Harvey even though you don’t have an internet connection or power but luckily have a fully charged laptop. Sounds crazy, doesn’t it? But this is actually quite simple and honestly having access to tools like this in a crisis may save your family in a life or death situation.
Listed below are three great tools you can easily use to download an entire website for offline viewing. I have no financial connection to any of these companies and won’t make a penny if you decide to visit their site or use their product. You also don’t have to be a computer genius to figure out how to use these tools either because it’s unbelievably easy. Hopefully, you will put one of them to use because you never know when the next disaster may strike.
HTTrack: Don’t be turned off by the dated 1995 design. This website is one of the most popular and well respected of the bunch. This program operates on Mac, Windows, and Linux and won’t cost you a dime to use. Not many things in life are free, but HTTRACK is.
Site Sucker is by far the best option for anyone using a Mac OS based operating system. It’s the easiest to use and can be translated into six different languages. The program is versatile and can also work on your iPad, iPhone, or iPod touch. The downside side for some users maybe cost. Personally, I think the $4.99 price tag is more than reasonable and worth every penny.
WebCopy is another great tool but only available for Windows. This program has a lot of unique customizations you won’t find anywhere else; it’s also straightforward to use, and there is no cost associated with this product.