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  • isvarahparamahkrsnah

    isvarahparamahkrsnah 5:31 pm on October 12, 2020 Permalink | Reply
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    Covid-19 India’s Seventh Milestone 

    3 days ago – on Friday 9th October 2020, India crossed 7M cases.
    That’s 13 days from the previous milestone.

    Why have the number of daily cases in India dropped significantly while the country has opened everything up?
    Have Indians acquired some magical immunity that the rest of the world is incapable of?
    Or, is the Indian government intentionally screwing the numbers up to avoid overtaking the US by November 1st?

    The US just crossed 8M cases.
    India seems to be lowering the numbers slowly, to avoid global suspicion.

    Are the government’s trustworthy at all?
    Look at Brazil!
    Brazil crossed 5M cases and dropped it’s numbers so fast, it should’ve been some miracle by Christ standing over Rio.
    3139 cases yesterday. Only 3K!
    And the day before that, it was 34,650.
    Did nobody look at the numbers and question, “What the fvck’s going on?”
    Will Jair Bozonaro share the secret of dropping the cases with the rest of the world?
    Where did he learn that trick? Did he learn it from Putin?

    So this is what’s going on with the pandemic.
    China covered up their numbers.
    Russia followed suit. Along with Spain, Italy, France and Ecuador.
    Now Brazil’s tired of being 3rd so Bolsonaro the bozo decided to drop the numbers all at once so some other countries could either catch up or take over.

    Meanwhile the rest of the countries will by now have caught on to the fact that many world leaders are covering up their numbers.
    If China had been honest about their numbers, this trend wouldn’t have become so widespread.

    We can all thank China for spreading the Coronavirus and covering up their numbers shamelessly.
    Thank you China!
    Thank you Xi Jinping for teaching the world a lesson on how to be dishonest!
    Let’s have a round of applause for China.
    Perhaps we can have a barbecue with fried dogs, raccoons, snakes and the world’s favorite – bat soup! It’s time to celebrate!
    Maybe we can go on a tour of the Uighur museum afterwards – the world’s first zoo of human right violations where we can be entertained by a bunch of enslaved uyghurs dancing and clapping whilst singing the Chinese National anthem. And we can feed them with the Hans’ favorite delicacies consisting of roasted pets to show our appreciation for the Chinese national heritage.

    China has gotten away with a lot of dirty deeds. And the rest of the world has determined that they too could get away with the same kind of sh!t if they tried.
    From the China firewall to the extravagant surveillance systems to banning free speech to modern day slavery. China is the real world leader in screwing the citizens.
    Where did they get that idea from? Next door neighbor Kim Jong Il. And the cancerous disease spread over to Russia as well.

    India is not far behind.
    The crap that started in North Korea is spreading slowly like a cancerous growth.

     
  • isvarahparamahkrsnah

    isvarahparamahkrsnah 7:06 pm on August 5, 2020 Permalink | Reply
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    Judge Esther Salas – The Importance of Privacy 

    Today I watched a video of Judge Esther Salas, who’s son and husband were recently shot by an intruder at their home.
    The poor woman lost her son and her husband is still under intensive care in the hospital.

    Apparently the intruder dressed up as a delivery guy with a FedEx package.
    This intruder was later found dead in his car with a package addressed to the judge.
    He was an attorney, had a complete dossier on the judge and her family.

    Now, there are several conspiracy? videos on YouTube claiming that the judge was attacked because she did high profile cases and had taken on Epstein’s case.
    Since the judge herself hasn’t admitted any specific correlation between taking Epstein’s case and the attack at her home, I’m not going to pursue that lead.
    I’m not a crime detective so I prefer to stay out of the murk.
    Every time someone gets murdered, Hillary Clinton’s name comes up.
    How much money does Hillary Clinton have? It must cost a lot to hire all those hitmen.
    Anyway, Hillary Clinton and her crimes don’t concern me. If Trump didn’t throw her in jail, she must be innocent, right?
    I’ll leave that to the Democrats and Republicans to battle over.

    The judge talked about internet privacy. And that’s what this article is about.
    Esther mentioned that all the judges’ addresses and personal information is available online.
    But that’s not it.
    If you’re an adult living in America, there’s a 50% chance that your personal information is available online.
    There are numerous websites specifically dedicated to harvesting and publishing personal information.
    That information includes your full name, the names of all your family members, relatives, and associates, your address, your email, your phone numbers, your income and the list of all your previous known addresses.
    What I’m mentioning here are details that were readily available to me on open websites. And that’s without much digging.
    There are websites with a paywall that include details of criminal records, education, employment history, vehicle records and so much more.

    If someone doesn’t want to pay for that information, they can do a little digging themselves and gather pretty much everything they need by putting two and two together.
    There are websites that list the birthdays of celebrities. There are sites that list employment information and professional background e.g. LinkedIn. And of course, social media like Facebook and Twitter can provide the rest of the missing pieces.

    Now, most governments in the world are known to have some form of surveillance and they have detailed information about their citizens. But that information isn’t public. It is controlled by the government and accessible only by the government agencies.

    However, in the US, there are private companies that have set up websites that aggregate data about the population and provide them either for free or a minimal fee.
    The data business has thrived in the US. Marketers and data brokers are harvesting and selling personal information and making a profit from it.

    You won’t find these kind of publishing websites for any other country, especially India and China.
    The information is harvested, aggregated and sold among companies, but it’s kept secret. It’s not published for the general public.

    Now, will these types of websites pop up in the future? Probably.

    Imagine websites that catalogue the personal information of citizens of every country.
    That’s the future of online privacy.
    The US has proven to be a fertile testing lab for this type of privacy invasion.

    When your personal information is published online, it can be accessed by anybody. That compromises your privacy and safety. It’s easy to target someone and harm them when you have so much detailed information available online. All you need is a motive and a plan.

    I just watched a bunch of China videos by the YouTuber serpentza, where he describes the Chinese surveillance system and how he was constantly harassed by the cops and state officials for being a foreigner.
    Imagine constantly being followed by the state police who keep detailed logs of all your activities.
    Imagine how much harm these people can cause you if and when they have a motive.

    And this is the problem with surveillance and privacy. It’s not just online privacy but offline privacy that gets invaded. And you never know who might use that information against you. It could be some psychopath stranger, your colleague from work, your boss, your local cops or the government.
    Nobody can be trusted with your personal information.

    Most people aren’t concerned about privacy because they don’t care. They don’t think anyone could harm them with that information. Well, they’re wrong.
    You never know whom you might piss off and who may want to hurt you to take revenge.
    Even the most lovable folks have enemies. That’s just the way of the world.
    Better be safe than sorry.

     
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