now thepolice you are in troubles , you must write against 2 different peoples , and 2 different persons will write against you , you are still believe that we are 1 person ? better you ask apologies.
i am sorry i can’t say that
its ok np
as for thepolice , ignore him please , you waste your time for nothing, live your time.
yeah i know , but u know what this is my first time a troller attacking me so im just living the moment .
the police banned me? what mean by that ? and how?
no body going to banned u , just ignore this statement
and for the cherry … now thepolice you are in troubles , you must write
against 2 different peoples , and 2 different persons will write
against you , you are still believe that we are 1 person ?
hehe , would u mind if i call u my Ghost Writer ?
ops sorry , done.
why talk yourslf to???
sometimes i feel lonely so i talk to myself. also it improves my typing skills.
and btw thanks for ur interest to me and myself.
Whoa! Where did that come from? That guy hasn’t posted in 17 days…
You shouldn’t worry about @ThePolice for several reasons:
He was mocking you two for your punctuation and occasional similarity in grammar assuming that it was a unique identifier. He didn’t realize that it could simply be the result of machine translation. It doesn’t seem like English is his native language either.
Unless hiring standards have fallen to new lows, he’s not an employee of any intelligence agency.
This won’t make you feel any better but like it or not, we are ALL under suspicion by US Intelligence for being here to begin with.
If you use Tor or any of a number of other privacy services online or
even visit their web sites to read about the services, there’s a good
chance your IP address has been collected and stored by the NSA,
according to top-secret source code for a program the NSA uses to
conduct internet surveillance.
There’s also a good chance you’ve been tagged for simply reading news
articles about these services published by Wired and other sites.
More reason to support Tor & Whonix!
The NSA is also tracking anyone who visits the popular online Linux
publication, Linux Journal, which the NSA refers to as an “extremist
forum” in the source code.
Thanks. A good way for stay out of nsa tracking is : fedora or debian host with whonix kvm +obfs3 .
yeah and thats what they r doing to make ppl and developers afraid all the time.
and thats why im against laws on the internet , because these FBI/NSA …etc i think they r worthless and their days is ending soon.
thnx for the useful links.
I believe in that forums there are defiantly nsa registered accounts , must be , they have right from one hand - stopping terrorism for example , but what when stop activism or they got corrupted? or even what about laws ? are not all laws laws …
And nsa is obviously enemy of whonix.