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Xuvial 0 points ago +1 / -1

It makes no difference to the dems whether we're being peacefully passively resisting, or jerking off over Pepe memes. It amounts to the same outcome, i.e. they will hold onto power.

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Xuvial 2 points ago +2 / -0

Still believe we are The Majority?

Of course. That's exactly how Trump won by a landslide in 2020. The vast majority voted for him.

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Xuvial 3 points ago +3 / -0

Certainly in the afterlife. In this world, I'm not so sure.

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Xuvial 6 points ago +6 / -0

they won't be able to change the minds of the millions who have already lost faith in our elections

They don't need to change those minds, the past 8 months have proven this. They took the White House and are comfortably carrying on since then.

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Xuvial 0 points ago +1 / -1

there is no such thing as peaceful passive resistanc

Clearly there is, otherwise the revolution would have begun 8 months ago.

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Xuvial 0 points ago +1 / -1

We fight fire with fire by leaving Twitter. If Twitter bans us from their site, then we ban Twitter out of our lives. Problem solved.

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Xuvial 3 points ago +3 / -0

How does a state ban a website? There's nothing simple about that. A state cannot regulate the internet.

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Xuvial 11 points ago +11 / -0

We're by far the majority and we vastly outnumber them.

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Xuvial 7 points ago +7 / -0

If you want to take down hundreds of random companies/services and thousands of homes, then sure, feel free to go after the long-distance fiber. With fiber bundles it's impossible to tell what traffic is relying on it. These days it's so complicated that even ISP's need time to figure out the impact of fiber cuts.

Source: currently working for a major provider.

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Xuvial 8 points ago +8 / -0

Demand doesn't need to exist. They make up the numbers just like with the election.

If demand for a platform doesn't exist, then it's existence becomes irrelevant. Nobody should care who they ban, because there's nobody going there anyway. They can fake as much numbers as they want, it won't matter.

I left Facebook and Twitter long ago, so even if they've banned my account I don't know and don't care.

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Xuvial 1 point ago +1 / -0

To this day, I still don't understand what these patriots planned to accomplish by entering that building and peacefully standing inside. What was the next step? Just stay there overnight? Trump never showed up despite promising that he would be there with them. Congress went ahead and certified the fake results as if nothing had happened. What was the point, what was the goal?

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Xuvial 1 point ago +2 / -1

So many fake CGI videos of people stealing and breaking stuff. We all know that never happened, it's all deepfaked.

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Xuvial 4 points ago +7 / -3

He didn't mean to. A lot of Trump's own people betrayed him and abandoned their loyalty to him. His own VP turned full traitor ffs.

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Xuvial 5 points ago +6 / -1

He's extremely proud of Operation War Warp Speed though.

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Xuvial 4 points ago +4 / -0

Of course it can be taken away, that's exactly what prisons are for. Unless you're talking about spiritual freedom or something.

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Xuvial 4 points ago +4 / -0

Safety is not the most important thing. Living is the most important thing. LIVE your life.

Isn't the whole point of safety to...you know, stay alive and live? And I'm not talking about the mask bullshit and fake virus, I'm talking about actual safety measures (e.g. gun safety).

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Xuvial 7 points ago +12 / -5

That won't do squat, they have data centers globally which will continue providing service. Welcome to big tech.

By far the most effective way to kill a platform is to stop using it. As long as demand exists globally, trying to physically destroy the supply will never accomplish anything.

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Xuvial 1 point ago +1 / -0

your business has never had to implement a true infosec policy

Infosec policy has nothing to do with how router syslogs work. Infosec are very generic IT guidelines.

In a real tracked system of course someone can audit the source syslog

Real tracked system? What does that even mean? Tracked by what, and how? Do you have any specific examples of router syslogs being "audited"? Because that doesn't actually mean anything. I build and deploy routers on a daily basis.

There is no such thing as tamper-proof router syslogs. They are always stored and transferred in plain text, and there is nothing about their "source" that cannot be easily edited or modified. They intentionally lack features like security and authentication.

in a real system the security would immediately show that and security would be escorting you out of the building.

I think you've been watching too many TV shows.

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Xuvial 1 point ago +1 / -0

At the current rate the AZ audit will never finish, because they're stuck in a cycle of filing subpoenas that go nowhere.

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Xuvial 1 point ago +1 / -0

Next is banning twitter and Facebook in Arizona.

Don't most conservatives still use Facebook? I don't think they would react well to their primary platform being censored just in their state.

Also wouldn't states banning specific platforms/sites set up the perfect precedent to wipe out all conservative spaces (including this one)? Or do you believe it will only be used to shut down liberal platforms, and never our platforms?

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Xuvial 4 points ago +4 / -0

Maybe the CCP was onto something when banned Twitter/FB/etc back in 2009. But unlike those dirty censoring commies, we're asking for the big platforms to be banned for the right reasons.

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Xuvial 1 point ago +1 / -0

They helped steal an election in broad daylight, and have held onto power for 8 months. You think they're afraid lol?

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Xuvial 1 point ago +1 / -0

It's been 8 months since the steal. Nobody is going hot, we're fine waiting for lengthy audits.

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