Saturday, January 18, 2014

Can Blackphone stop the NSA?

It has begun. The Marxists have started their official assault on the First Amendment. The long term goal is to attempt to silence any dissent that may threaten the Cathedral.

Thirteen House Democrats have proposed legislation that would require the government to study hate speech on the Internet, mobile phones and television and radio.

The question now is how can future dissidents communicate heretical thoughts without being ensnared by the secret police?

Blackphone is a phone that claims to be NSA proof. I have my doubts.

The future of dissident communication might revert to the old ways. A note written in cracker runes (i.e., cursive handwriting) may be what avoids the snooping of the supercomputers. Who knows? Maybe secure messages will one day be sent via notes tied to ravens.


  1. "She looked like a gorilla trying to understand a circuit board" -- I almost launched whiskey out of my nostrils when you said this. ROFL.

  2. The Cathedral is utterly powerless. You should worry about The Synagogue.

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