Alternatives to the Gods Who Demand Sacrifice…

It’s Wednesday…and what does that mean? Absolutely nothing other than you can rest assured that somehow, in someway, you’ll be on the receiving end of yet another punch to your crotch.

Anything from the intentional weather f**kery going on worldwide, where every day there is the threat of “severe weather” somewhere near you, with gleeful weather reporting nitwits telling you of the latest impending weather disaster you might encounter if you step outside, take your children to their indoctrination centers, gather food for you and your loved ones, check in on aging loved ones – with these morons telling you to dress appropriately and make you sure you can see out of all windows of your vehicle, yet all the while these shits laugh or don fake faces of concern, dressed in summer dresses where python arms are exposed, unwanted cleavage viewing enabled, and grown men in tight fitting little boy suits giggling their way through reports of innocents suffering from the f**kery of weather brought to you in living and deadly color by governments worldwide.

The gods of ignorance demand sacrifice, and sadly, the innocents willingly provide the gods any and all forms of suffering and sacrifice to them by saying ‘yes’ to the slime offered up each day to the gods’ surrogates.

And possibly the most demonic surrogate of the gods of pure evil is Google.

Will Google’s Social Credit System Determine Your Future? – via wakingtimes.com – Dr. Mercola

Google Makes Orwellian Surveillance Easy

In the bitchute video above, Truthstream Media details how this kind of public “trustworthiness” scoring can alter the way people behave — indeed their view of reality itself, and the vast data mining required for the system to work. As noted in the video:

“Social credit scores award or remove points based on behavior. It’s Big Data meets Big Brother. This will be a world with no more personal experiences, only transactions for the social credit system.

This [the system] knows every person, every bike, every car, every bus. That’s because it essentially turns every public interaction into a transaction where points can be earned or lost.”

Google, of course, is a perfect fit for this kind of Orwellian surveillance scheme. It is, by far, the largest monopoly the world has ever seen, and its data-siphoning tentacles reach deep into our everyday lives, collecting data on every move you make and conversation you have, whether online or in the real world.

Google actually tracks your movements online, even when you don’t think you are using their products. Most websites you visit use the ‘free’ Google Analytics program to track everything you do on a website.  Google purchased Urchin Software back in 2005, and by giving it away were able to integrate this important surveillance tool into most of the internet.

Goodbye Google

To have any chance of protecting your privacy, you simply must avoid Google products, as they account for the greatest personal data leaks in your life. To that end, Mercola.com is now Google-free. We do not use Google Analytics, Google ads or Google search for internal searches. To boycott Google, be sure to ditch or replace:

Gmail, as every email you write, (it) is permanently stored. It becomes part of your profile and is used to build digital models of you, which allows them to make predictions about your line of thinking and every want and desire.

Many other older email systems such as AOL and Yahoo are also being used as surveillance platforms in the same way as Gmail. ProtonMail.com, which uses end-to-end encryption, is a great alternative and the basic account is free.

Google’s Chrome browser, as everything you do on there is surveilled, including keystrokes and every webpage you’ve ever visited. Brave is a great alternative that takes privacy seriously.

Brave is also faster than Chrome, and suppresses ads. It’s based on Chromium, the same software code that Chrome is based on, so you can easily transfer your extensions, favorites and bookmarks.

Google search engine, or any extension of Google, such as Bing or Yahoo, both of which draw search results from Google. The same goes for the iPhone’s personal assistant Siri, which draws all of its answers from Google.

Alternative search engines include SwissCows and Qwant. Avoid StartPage, as it was recently bought by an aggressive online marketing company, which, like Google, depends on surveillance.

Android cellphones, which run on a Google-owned operating system, can track you even when you’re not connected to the internet, whether you have geo tracking enabled or not. Blackberry is more secure than Android phones or the iPhone. Blackberry’s upcoming model, the Key3, may be one of the most secure cellphones in the world.

Google Home devices, as they record everything that occurs in your home or office, both speech and sounds such as brushing your teeth and boiling water, even when they appear to be inactive, and send that information back to Google. Android phones are also always listening and recording, as are Google’s home thermostat Nest, and Amazon’s Alexa.

Or, continue to let the valve of your mind be open to the on-going f**kery of us all from these f**ks.  Don’t protest, don’t say ‘NO’, keep thy head buried in their shyte, and keep buying and using their shit, and you and your loved ones sufferings can be a sacrifice to the gods – not from the God of nature, compassion, empathy, beauty and love…forget that old shyte – the modern gods of f**kery who demand your soul be theirs – obeying every deviant and f**ked up notion they concoct.

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Tis another night of weather f**kery here in the city in the Western US that this ‘writer’ resides in…and for some strange reason, stepping outside into the dump of yet another snowstorm, I’m reminded of a day long, long ago, when I was 16 years old, sitting alone in a bus station back in 1972 in Billings, Montana, USA- hearing the musical selection below played over the bus station intercom system and wondering – why in the f**k am I here?

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Tonight’s musical offering:

Brewer and Shipley – “One Toke Over The Line”

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