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Re: [tor-talk] Why corrupt government officials are strongly opposed to this Tor project (a Gestapo government run amok!)
On 03/03/2015 02:19 PM, Travis Biehn wrote:
> Certain individuals attribute structures that a society naturally evolves
> as being somehow directed by an omnipotent actor. This actor is often cast
> in the role of tormentor / antagonist.
> For you your tormentor is the 'Gestapo government' and what you perceive as
> its colluding branches, including *ahem* 'psyops' outfits in the private
> You're close, but unfortunately the truth won't appeal to your ego nearly
> as much as the classic paranoid scenario you're living.
> One tool you might find helpful is to consider the cost of persecuting you
> in this way, when the government has cheaper and more effective forms of
> silencing dissidents.
I have worked with computer hardware and software systems for long
enough to know what the difference is between equipment failure and
sabotage. I can prove my Internet equipment was sabotaged immediately
after I first submitted my analysis to this tor-talk mailing list
yesterday. I had to reflash the corrupted firmware on my router to get
it to work again. My Internet connection was under denial-of-service
attack for a prolonged period of time afterwards where I could not make
a connection. This honestly happens every time I speak the truth
regarding the National Security Agency and corrupt government officials
who are abusing their power.
Someday in the not too distant future, those of you who live here in the
United States, who have been brainwashed into thinking this is a free
democracy, will find out the truth about what this corrupt government
are all about and will look elsewhere in the world to relocate. If I was
granted one wish, it would be that someone in another part of the world
would help me relocate away from this horribly oppressive regime that
are literally holding me hostage and turning anyone against me who I
appeal to for help.
Sincerely, Travis Bean
Travis L. Bean
T.L.Bean - Your source for FREE open source
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