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Τετάρτη, 14 Αύγουστος 2019 15:58
My Multi-Band handheld Citizen Band C.B. transceiver





Multi-Band C.B. Transceivers Versus Genocide

This article is about my opinion on how, the European Continent’s inhabitants may survive from the, intertwined with the contemporary settler-colonialism, genocidal policies.
Defeating a genocide can never be achieved effortlessly because the mentality of the perpetrators of this crime against humanity is homologous and equally monstrous as the mentality of the notorious and perpetual “Ritchie Boys”.
For example, recently, the President, of a country that systematically produces children sex-slaves to an industrial scale for using this children to enslave, through extortion, the members of the colonised Nations’ natural leaderships, publicly rescued, by retracting him from the “theater of operation”, one of his country’s Armed Forces’s member who was involved with such sex-slaves trafficing, while samelessly preaching against the non-existent pseudo-issue of “paidofilia”.
The contemporary genocides against a part of the European Continent is related to:

- “cancer”, “aids”, “alzheimer”, “cardiovascular deseases”, etc.
- deliberate and massive causing of mental harm, e.g. fluoride, food-chain
- unconventional military weapons, e.g. directed-energy, clautsrum-manipulating RNM electronic brain implants, vacination, etc.
- “psychiatry”
- gang-stalking
- food-chain
- medical-pharmaceutical domains
- public education

There is a prerequisite for the above mentioned genocidal policies to be applied. This prerequisite is the adulteration of the communication between the victims of these policies.
Therefore, defeating genocides inevitably presuposes the creation of alternative communication channels which would be able to establish unadulterated and interception-proof communication between the colonised Nations’ citizens.
Many kinds of communication technology may be used as such alternative communication channels. And on of the most cheap and most easy to apply is the Citizen Band (multi-band) handheld transceivers.
Every day, innumerable innocent civilians, are unjustly loosing their sacred and invaluable lives; are being tortured; are being marginalized; are being robbed from their belongings; are being exiled; are being unjustly incarcerated; are being institutionalized; are being slandered; are being lobotomised and in many other ways destroyed.
According to unverified information originating from reliable sources, it usually takes between ten seconds and fifty nine seconds for an innocent European political dissident, who sitts in any public seat for working on his or hers computer or simply to rest, to be physically approached by a, currying an attrocious directed-energy weapon, settler-colonising perpetrator. And it take approximatelly sixty seconds for becoming lobotomised through the usage of the “screw-driver” method. Furthermore, as settler-colonialism, traditionally, aims to exterminate before anything else the most kind; the most excellent; the most moral; the most intelligent; and the most useful members of the settler-colonised Nations, it seems to me inevitabl, for the most negligent and candidate to becoming settler-colonised Nations to, literary, become “drawned” within endless loneyliness when, due to their negligence, their best and most exemplar members shall have, sooner or later, been exterminated by the contemporary settler-colonialism.
Under the present political circumstances in Europe, it seems to me that it wouldn’t be a bad idea if, the total of the European inhabitants were equipped with a multi-band, handheld C.B. transciever. However, this seems highly unlike mostly, but not exclusively, because most of these inhabitants consume systematically fluoride.
However, if might be helpful if, in order to encourage themselves, the European citizens would put a sticker at various places within their home were they would write:

“I must get a C.B. multi-band, handheld tranceiver in order to survive from the Genocide”.

Concluding, I wish to share with the reader my belief that, surviving from a genocide can never be so easy as its ordering for a pizza, in a restaurant.

Christos Boumpoulis
economist

P.S.: I wish to dedicate this present article to Bernd Seiffert.

Appendix

What is Freenet?

I worry about my child and the Internet all the time, even though she's too young to have logged on yet. Here's what I worry about. I worry that 10 or 15 years from now, she will come to me and say 'Daddy, where were you when they took freedom of the press away from the Internet?

--Mike Godwin, Electronic Frontier Foundation

The importance of the Free flow of information

Freedom of speech, in most western cultures, is generally considered to be one of the most important rights any individual might have. Why is the freedom to share ideas and opinions so important? There are several ways to answer this question.
Communication is what makes us human

One of the most obvious differences between mankind and the rest of the animal kingdom is our ability to communicate sophisticated and abstract concepts. While we constantly discover that animal's communication ability is more sophisticated than previously assumed, it is unlikely that any other animal approaches our own level of ability in this area.
Knowledge is good

Most people, given the option of knowing something and not knowing something, will choose to have more information rather than less. Wars have been won and lost over who was better-informed. This is because being better-informed allows us to make better decisions, and generally improve our ability to survive and be successful.
Democracy assumes a well informed population

Many people today live under democratic governments, and those who don't, probably want to. Democracy is an answer to the question of how to create leaders, while preventing them from abusing that power. It achieves this by giving the population the power to regulate their government through voting, yet the ability to vote does not necessarily mean that you live in a democratic country. For a population to regulate their government effectively it must know what their government is doing, they must be well informed. It is a feedback loop, but this loop can be broken if the government has the power to control the information the population has access to.
Censorship and freedom

Everyone values their freedom, in fact, many consider it so important that they will die for it. People like to think that they are free to form and hold whatever opinions they like, particularly in western countries. Consider now that someone had the ability to control the information you have access to. This would give them the ability to manipulate your opinions by hiding some facts from you, by presenting you with lies and censoring anything that contradicted those lies. This is not some Orwellian fiction, it is standard practice for most western governments to lie to their populations, so much so, that people now take it for granted, despite the fact that this undermines the very democratic principles which justify the government's existence in the first place.
The solution

The only way to ensure that a democracy will remain effective is to ensure that the government cannot control its population's ability to share information, to communicate. So long as everything we see and hear is filtered, we are not truly free. Freenet's aim is to allow two or more people who wish to share information, to do so.
Isn't censorship sometimes necessary?

Of course no issue is black and white, and there are many who feel that censorship is a good thing in some circumstances. For example, in some European countries propagating information deemed to be racist is illegal. Governments seek to prevent people from advocating ideas which are deemed damaging to society. There are two answers to this however. The first is that you can't allow those in power to impose "good" censorship, without also enabling them to impose "bad" censorship. To impose any form of censorship a government must have the ability to monitor and thus restrict communication. There are already criticisms that the anti-racism censorship in many European countries is hampering legitimate historical analysis of events such as the second world war.

The second argument is that this "good" censorship is counter-productive even when it does not leak into other areas. For example, it is generally more effective when trying to persuade someone of something to present them with the arguments against it, and then answer those arguments. Unfortunately, preventing people from being aware of the often sophisticated arguments used by racists, makes them vulnerable to those arguments when they do eventually encounter them.

Of course the first argument is the stronger one, and would still hold-true even if you didn't accept the second. Basically, you either have censorship, or you don't. There is no middle-ground.
But why is anonymity necessary?

You cannot have freedom of speech without the option to remain anonymous. Most censorship is retrospective, it is generally much easier to curtail free speech by punishing those who exercise it afterward, rather than preventing them from doing it in the first place. The only way to prevent this is to remain anonymous. It is a common misconception that you cannot trust anonymous information. This is not necessarily true, using digital signatures people can create a secure anonymous pseudonym which, in time, people can learn to trust. Freenet incorporates a mechanism called "subspaces" to facilitate this.
And what of copyright?

Of course much of Freenet's publicity has centered around the issue of copyright, and thus I will speak to it briefly. The core problem with copyright is that enforcement of it requires monitoring of communications, and you cannot be guaranteed free speech if someone is monitoring everything you say. This is important, most people fail to see or address this point when debating the issue of copyright, so let me make it clear:

You cannot guarantee freedom of speech and enforce copyright law

It is for this reason that Freenet, a system designed to protect Freedom of Speech, must prevent enforcement of copyright.
But how will artists be rewarded for their work without copyright?

Firstly, even if copyright were the only way that artists could be rewarded for their work, then I would contend that freedom is more important than having professional artists (those who claim that we would have no art do not understand creativity: people will always create, it is a compulsion, the only question is whether they can do it for a living).

Secondly, it could be questioned whether copyright is effective even now. The music industry is one of the most vocally opposed to enhancements in communication technology, yet according to many of the artists who should be rewarded by copyright, it is failing to do so. Rather it has allowed middle-men to gain control over the mechanisms of distribution, to the detriment of both artists and the public.
Alternatives to Copyright

Fortunately it won't come to this. There are many alternative ways to reward artists. The simplest is voluntary payment. This is an extension of the patronage system which was frequently used to reward artists prior to copyright, where a wealthy person would fund an artist to allow them to create full-time. The Internet permits an interesting extension of this idea, where rather than having just one wealthy patron, you could have hundreds of thousands, contributing small amounts of money over the Internet.

We actually practice what we preach in this regard too, on the 15th of March 2001 the Freenet Project started taking donations, and within a week we had collected over $1000.

Current Contributors

Ian Clarke

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