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Thursday, May 14, 2020

Revising Internet history

For SJWs and their historical antecedents, it is always Year Zero and we have always been at war with Eastasia:
Last month, MIT Technology Review went after the Internet Archive’s Wayback Machine – a service that preserves historical versions of webpages and allows users to access archives of these pages when they’re deleted.

MIT Technology Review complained that these archives were allowing coronavirus “misinformation” to evade moderators and fact-checkers and that these archived coronavirus articles had “better performance than most mainstream media news stories.”

Now, just a few weeks later, the Wayback Machine has started to add warning labels to some of its archives, while also forcing users to log in to view some of the archived content on the site.

The warning labels are bright yellow, appear at the top of some archived pages, and tell users when a post was removed for violating a site’s content policy.
Every institution and organization that is not dedicated to rooting out and keeping out the parasites will eventually be converged by them. No rational appeals to functionality, competence, merit, or profit will ever suffice to stop them.

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73 Comments:

Blogger Stilicho May 14, 2020 1:43 PM  

Is it feasible to fork the wayback machine?

Blogger basementhomebrewer May 14, 2020 1:52 PM  

Not good, the slippery slope is real and they are going to defeat their mission eventually, because SJWs cannot tolerate being undeniably confronted with their past opinions. I cannot imagine the storage resources it would take to build an alternative that would not fold to such demands.

Blogger Ziggy Brown May 14, 2020 1:52 PM  

the Wayback Machine sounds ripe for a worthy replacement.

Blogger Azimus May 14, 2020 2:01 PM  

Its always Year 0 for SJW's, damn straight.

At lunch we were talking about how SJW's have infinitely moving goalposts - which makes being an SJW nothing more than a continuous loyalty test. Its easier to do when people's positions are based on emotion peppered with a few convenient facts.

Blogger The World War II Fanatic May 14, 2020 2:20 PM  

You want to talk about censorship vox?
https://imgur.com/a/h8WgIJD

this^ is France's new "anti-hate law" (passed by a black "french" woman of course) and its worse than even the blasphemy laws in the U.K.

You can't make this stuff up, look it up....

Blogger Bellomy May 14, 2020 2:27 PM  

Note that this is another situation of a service literally doing the opposite of its own stated purpose - archiving deleted articles.

Blogger Manuel May 14, 2020 2:28 PM  

Guys, this is for our safety c'mon. Now don't forget promo code:SHAPIRO for all your sheets

Blogger Up from the pond May 14, 2020 2:41 PM  

I always spritz some holy water on them.

Blogger Daniel May 14, 2020 2:42 PM  

The internet is foreverwar.

Blogger Brett baker May 14, 2020 2:49 PM  

Who will be in pictures who aren't supposed to be?

Blogger d May 14, 2020 2:58 PM  

The more glaringly obvious their lies,
the more frantically they protect them.

They're in panic mode.

https://russia-insider.com/en/russian-entrepreneur-raised-17-billion-liberating-world-cryptocurrency-us-destroyed-it-telegram

Blogger tublecane May 14, 2020 3:09 PM  

Evade moderators, okay. Anything that preserves a record of things in the original would be avoiding those who wish to control what people see.

But fact-checkers? No. You can still fact-check to your heart's content.

Blogger Scuzzaman May 14, 2020 3:41 PM  

You’re right, they’re a cancer. I used to think, when I first read that, that it was hyperbole.

It’s not.

Blogger Off The Wall May 14, 2020 3:57 PM  

The weakness of electronic files is their corruptibility. Need a blockchain archive.

Blogger KPKinSunnyPhiladelphia May 14, 2020 3:58 PM  

Really, have these people EVER READ George Orwell's 1984?

I know Christopher Hitchens is assessed disdainfully on this blog (by the way, met him once, charming bloke), but the picture he painted about North Korea always struck.

The NORK leaders are all sitting around the table in the post WW2 years, wondering how they are going to organize things. One of the participants holds up 1984 and says, "This is pretty interesting; let's take a run at doing this."

Somebody ought to buy a few cases of the book, highlight key appropriate passages, and send the book to all the editorial staff of MIT Review along with a print of their stupid idea, and say,

"Assholes, this is what you are doing."


Blogger RMChris May 14, 2020 3:58 PM  

Probably should have expected that even sites that were created specifically to prevent the memory-holing of history would start becoming converged. Wonder how long until they reach the end-game of convergence and switch to reinforcing the memory hole instead of protecting against it...

Blogger RMChris May 14, 2020 3:58 PM  

Probably should have expected that even sites that were created specifically to prevent the memory-holing of history would start becoming converged. Wonder how long until they reach the end-game of convergence and switch to reinforcing the memory hole instead of protecting against it...

Blogger Sheila4g May 14, 2020 4:36 PM  

Just more bad news to a bad news day. First I read about a Kentucky town being enriched (arrested for hate speech. Then I read here about the Wayback Machine. Then I scan the Daily Mail headlines and find warrantless access to browsing history, and finish it of with learning the Black Panthers are patrolling the Georgia neighborhood where the 'jogger' was shot. I really wonder why I get up in the morning sometimes.

Blogger Doktor Jeep May 14, 2020 4:38 PM  

"No rational appeals to functionality, competence, merit, or profit will ever suffice to stop them."

That's because they already decided to destroy us.
Now if the damned president would realize this and stop trying to make deals with these people we might actually see a non-piles-of-bodies solution.

Blogger MichaelJMaier May 14, 2020 4:45 PM  

This is exactly why I save videos that I deem to be "soon to be banned by 'decent people' ".

Blogger Canadian Warlord May 14, 2020 4:52 PM  

"With 649,000 interactions and 118,000 shares, the Wayback Machine’s link achieved much greater engagement than legitimate press outlets."

Uh... did they just admit what I think they did? Isn't the media's claim to legitimacy, based on its ratings? It's their only metric, it's all we hear about. "Superbowl ratings down" "Choco rations up" etc.

Blogger eclecticmn May 14, 2020 4:55 PM  

Dr. Fauci's past advice and predictions were bad and very inaccurate.
Are they misinformation?

Blogger Dole May 14, 2020 5:06 PM  

@18 Is it bad news though? It's almost unfair how much ahead those with the knowledge of corporate cancer are.

He was a robber, not a jogger.

Blogger bramley May 14, 2020 5:14 PM  

This is why i have always held the internet and digital print (ebooks etc) with extreme scepticism vis-à-vis its potential to be a repository of the world's history and knowledge. It is print that is never fixed on a page, therefore infinitely mutable, therefore not to be relied upon nor trusted to perform such an important duty as providing a documentation of history for posterity.

You may note with some amusement that the Internet Archive is considered a dangerous site by some UK ISPs and is often blocked by default, requiring user to request an 'opt-in' waiver to visit restricted sites, usually by a process of identity confirmation like providing a passport scan to your ISP. Or you just need to use a VPN. Not sure if it is on the UK Government's naughty list. But could well be, as most companies are lazy and just followed their recommendations without question.

Blogger bramley May 14, 2020 5:19 PM  

@5 "Challenging or questioning the legitimacy of elected officials or state authorities."

That's the head-shot right there. Totally fucked. So much for La Republique. Au revoir.

Blogger bramley May 14, 2020 5:23 PM  

@16 Did you post that twice to have a safety copy in case one got memory-holed?

Blogger Darren May 14, 2020 5:24 PM  

"The warning labels are bright yellow"
Are they in the shape of a star?
What's next...

Blogger Darren May 14, 2020 5:24 PM  

Use (and donate to support) Archive.is -- a true snapshot service ... that won't cuck to demands to remove content!

Blogger Dole May 14, 2020 5:27 PM  

@VD Have you looked into possibility of suing media outlets over the defamation regarding the Arbery case? I have seen many articles full of false information and defamation, this looks like a gold mine.

Covington kid's smile looks like a cry compared to what could happen here. Sorry for off-topic.

Blogger Darren May 14, 2020 5:27 PM  

"calling into question historical facts"
LOL well I guess the WHO is guilty since they loudly contradicted their own narrative just a few months apart...

Blogger Azure Amaranthine May 14, 2020 5:33 PM  

"Really, have these people EVER READ George Orwell's 1984?"

Yes. The footsoldiers are stupid and/or propagandized to the point of being functionally illiterate, but the higher-ups are operating on a version of the things the 1984 concept was based on, modified somewhat to be less glaringly obvious.

Blogger Joe Smith May 14, 2020 5:58 PM  

@15 You're unreal. Now we all know that you met Christopher Hitchens and Nassim Taleb, because you just can't help yourself.

Blogger Oswald May 14, 2020 6:09 PM  

This stuff is still saved somewhere. Maybe not available to the public, but the government is probably keeping all of it, for use down the road. Like when a Supreme Court nominee they don't like comes forward they can dig up his blog posts from 20 or 30 years ago to ruin him.

Blogger Darren May 14, 2020 6:12 PM  

My first go to when saving an important webpage is always Archive.is !! Webpage snapshot archiving needs to ignore ROBOTS.TXT when new ownership of a domain and also ridic take down notices! They won't remove or edit archived content ... unlike Archive.ORG (aka the Wayback Machine)

Blogger CanticBear May 14, 2020 6:19 PM  

That’s nice of them to highlight to good stuff for us.

Blogger ZhukovG May 14, 2020 6:21 PM  

@KPKinSunnyPhiladelphia: It isn't the rules that are important. It is 'who' applies the rules to 'whom'.

Blogger Haxo Angmark May 14, 2020 6:27 PM  

which is to say: we

have to kill them all.

Blogger MJ Meyers May 14, 2020 6:31 PM  

Interesting example of why deep state authorities may want to control such devices:

Jet Wintzer's documentary, Moon Hoax Now, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5KsH2M4m4zM featured an interesting example of the Way Back Machine can be used to expose corruption (jump to 40:14). Alan Bean. from Apollo 12, hammered a core tube into the Moon surface, and a sound was made on the live broadcast video record. The Apollo Lunar Surface Journal speculates that the camera picked up the sound from Bean's microphone as reverberation of air moving through the inside of Bean's space suit. NASA had a website, Apollo for kids that used Alan Bean hammering a core tube into the ground as an example of how air does not produce sound in a vacuum. NASA took down the site's explanation. Wintzer used the Wayback machine and screenshots to prove the prior statements by NASA, contradicting what they claimed in the surface journal. Of course, later on Wintzer also shows a part of the video record where an astronaut throws an object and you hear a ping against the lunar lander, negating any argument that the sounds hear are "reverberations through the air inside the spacesuit."

Blogger Monotonous Languor May 14, 2020 6:32 PM  

Why is it so easy for everyone to accept each next step the left takes to shut down our freedom?

Blogger God Emperor Memes May 14, 2020 6:55 PM  

La Cinquieme Republique has been circling the drain since its inception.
Vox explained it well: extending the franchise of citizenship to foreign cultures guarantees that you will lose your own culture.

Blogger Damelon Brinn May 14, 2020 6:58 PM  

Really, have these people EVER READ George Orwell's 1984?


Of course, but pointing it out doesn't faze them a bit, because in their mind they're the good guys. To them, the censorship in 1984 was bad because it was being used by bad people for bad purposes. It's completely different when the good people do it for good purposes. I've had exactly that conversation, where I'll point out how they used to cite "I disagree with your opinion but I'll fight for your right to say it", and they'll say, "But you don't get it, this guy's opinions are really bad." Leftists never believed in the universality of the ideals they touted; they only wanted them established for their own use.

You'll never reach them or even embarrass them with a free speech argument. That's why Vox is on the right track: forget free speech and battle over who will write and enforce the blasphemy laws.

Blogger Cloudbuster May 14, 2020 7:06 PM  

KPKinSunnyPhiladelphia wrote:Somebody ought to buy a few cases of the book, highlight key appropriate passages, and send the book to all the editorial staff of MIT Review along with a print of their stupid idea, and say,

"Assholes, this is what you are doing."



You're assuming they don't already know exactly what they are doing. I have been noticing patterns in MIT Technology Reviews articles for years. They are fully in service to Satan.

Blogger Dan in Georgia May 14, 2020 7:18 PM  

Knowing what the autists on 8kun are like, I imagine someone is already backing up the Wayback Machine. This would be a huge undertaking.

Blogger Dan in Georgia May 14, 2020 7:23 PM  

bramley wrote:This is why i have always held the internet and digital print (ebooks etc) with extreme scepticism vis-à-vis its potential to be a repository of the world's history and knowledge. It is print that is never fixed on a page, therefore infinitely mutable, therefore not to be relied upon nor trusted to perform such an important duty as providing a documentation of history for posterity.

You may note with some amusement that the Internet Archive is considered a dangerous site by some UK ISPs and is often blocked by default, requiring user to request an 'opt-in' waiver to visit restricted sites, usually by a process of identity confirmation like providing a passport scan to your ISP. Or you just need to use a VPN. Not sure if it is on the UK Government's naughty list. But could well be, as most companies are lazy and just followed their recommendations without question.


There are people just like Winston Smith sitting at keyboards all day endlessly editing history on Wikipedia, Twitter, Facebook, and Reddit. I wonder if any of them understand what irony is.

Blogger Dan in Georgia May 14, 2020 7:29 PM  

Sheila4g wrote:learning the Black Panthers are patrolling the Georgia neighborhood where the 'jogger' was shot.

The mistake the ex-detective and his son made was involving the police in the first place. Never talk to the police. Even if everyone on the force is your friend. All it takes is one person to go up the chain and you're screwed.

Blogger Doktor Jeep May 14, 2020 7:50 PM  

Can the way back machine be forked?

Blogger Gen. Kong May 14, 2020 7:58 PM  

@41 and 42: Yes. This is a point which far too many fail to grasp. The gang behind this will gladly memory-hole Orwell's 1984 as well. Appeals to reason are worse than useless as they are read as weakness such online Antifa. There are zero Republicans who grasp this, one of the reasons that the Washington Generals have such a unblemished record of total failure when it comes to fighting the left (though we should not forget massive infiltration and subversion).

@43. Yes Wayback Machine is massive all on its own. Internet archive (of which Wayback is merely a component) is several orders more massive than it is - including many millions of books, audio, video, software, etc. All run by a guy named Brewster Kahle (who's head of the foundation).

Blogger fredulent May 14, 2020 8:08 PM  

I want to get the clock from the Wikileaks store that has replaced all the numbers with 13 and says on it, "1984 is not an instruction manual".

Blogger Akulkis May 14, 2020 8:48 PM  

"The weakness of electronic files is their corruptibility. Need a blockchain archive."

This is why businesses are required to save certain types of files to tape or other off-line media for record preservation purposes.

Blogger Damelon Brinn May 14, 2020 8:58 PM  

If you want something online saved, don't rely on someone else to preserve it. Take screenshots, do "Save As" in your browser, or learn to use tools like wget for mirroring pages and sites or youtube-dl for downloading videos. A lot of content never makes it to archive sites anyway, because it's too temporary or it's behind logins. The only copies you can count on are your own.

Blogger Pedro Rocha May 14, 2020 9:37 PM  

@41 You sir, are correct.

I've been at a presentation for "future educational practices" at university level, where the educators proposed using a form of Bloom's taxonomy in order to structure the following year curriculum and class evaluation. It basically is a brainwashing method used in the soviet union to control the population (this was my objection, since it basically destroys the students critical thinking skills, making them easily programmable). Their counterpoint was that it was ok because they knew the truth and "were not teaching flat-earth theory".

This answer basically disarmed me. I didn't knew what to say to make them understand. There are no bridges to reach these people, at least, none that i know of.

For five years I tried using dialectic and well researched opinions (with "credible" sources, etc) to satisfy the credentialists and change their opinion. Did not work. Now I mostly use rhetoric (as Vox suggested) and found that it's way more effective.

Blogger Sterling Pilgrim May 14, 2020 10:40 PM  

Darren wrote:Use (and donate to support) Archive.is -- a true snapshot service ... that won't cuck to demands to remove content!

It seems firefox is just outright blocking that site. I got two cloudflare errors, and one 403 error.

Blogger Ariadne Umbrella May 15, 2020 12:08 AM  

#51, would you please explain the Bloom's Taxonomy as brainwashing? That was the only thing repeatedly taught in elementary school special classes, back when. They changed the taxonomy to teach my children, but, again, it was the only repeated teaching. The school was content-free of what anyone else would consider a subject for education- history, geography, and so on.

I am most curious about this.

Blogger Ariadne Umbrella May 15, 2020 12:18 AM  

Would ya'll tech types mind pointing out how to do those archives, or point to how- to articles, if you don't want to write it out. I mean, I know that you know and understand, but please understand, those younger than you, less educated than you, less trained than you, outnumber you. But enough of them want to know if you could help in some fashion. There is no more implicit information, or excellent professor spewing useful information to thousands of people.

Everything you think of as obvious and civilized is not. Every thing, and I do mean everything, is having to be put on the Internet ark, or in new books, or on podcasts, or ebooks or PDFs. You make jokes about Martha Stewart doing articles about how to fold sheets: she's posh and upscale and Boomer, and the ones who come after are still having to teach this to younger generations- with less beautiful photographs, more simple prose, more instagram, more everything. Or simply jokes about how no one knows how to do this at all.

Cookbooks are having to put in sections about how to set a table, how to fold a napkin, how to eat using utensils, specific manners.

You bluster about "Emily Post" except her name is now converged. It's no longer training for correct behavior- it is "making gays feel welcome by consulting your own feelings to guess what would make them comfortable." You know, Disney's current ideas.

All of it, every little bit of it, needs to be recorded in multiple formats, for the deluges that are already here, much less the ones that come after.

Blogger Dole May 15, 2020 12:37 AM  

@51 Just today I was discussing with someone who honestly believed that the best way to debate post-modernist is with facts.

I am not sure if these are the conservative types who will never conserve anything, or a post-modernist seeking to mislead... I am suspecting the former though. They will NEVER EVER be able to conserve anything. Now they are siding with the robber, not jogger, Arbery to prove that for all as if it wasn't already clear.

Blogger God Emperor Memes May 15, 2020 1:22 AM  

It is almost impossible to get through to those people. Romans 1:28

Blogger Ryan G May 15, 2020 4:12 AM  

The reason rationality does not work on leftists is because rationality is just a smokescreen. There's just two things that motivate all leftists which they try and conceal with false pieties of various sorts: The Greed for the Unearned and the Envy of the Successful.

The Greed for the Unearned drives them to come up with various means of getting what it is they want. This can be money, fame, respect, or anything of value. Usually, they have some real, or imagined, obstacle that prevents them from getting those things through normal means. An example of this them policing speech. The absence of criticism grants them the superficial appearance of being respected; something a lot of freaks and weirdos crave.

The Envy of the Successful is what causes them to be destroyers. The things they envy don't even have to be in direct competition with them; they merely have to be something the leftist doesn't like. That's why they're hellbent on destroying even niche hobbies like table top wargaming and pen and paper RPGs.

The reason they're so fanatical about their ideology is because it the proven mechanism by which they can get cucks and normies to give them what they want. They don't want to risk people tinkering with it out of fear that it will break down and it won't work anymore. The exact workings of the mechanism is irrelevant, so long as it works.

Blogger Dole May 15, 2020 6:07 AM  

@56 It is almost impossible indeed. They believe people who do not care about facts are swayed by facts, while even they themselves won't listen to the facts of the matter. Thankfully you can at least call them racist at which point they unconserve their pants.

Blogger Pedro Rocha May 15, 2020 9:36 AM  

@53 On a quick search through my bookmarks I found some of the links.
https://www.authorityresearch.com/
https://www.authorityresearch.com/Articles/A%20Precis%20of%20Blooms%20Taxonomy.html
The lectures of Dean Gotcher on Diaprax (youtube) are another starting point.
Also regarding this topic I recommend searching for classical education based on the trivium and quadrivium. I believe Mark Passio has some lectures talking about this and the inversion of this system to be applied to form a mentally enslaved "slave class".

Blogger Rex Little May 15, 2020 10:17 AM  

Fifty years ago I graduated from MIT. Today I cringe at what it's become.

When I was there, perhaps 10% of the undergraduates were women. Today the percentage is in the high forties. I don't know if the influx of women came before or after the place got converged, but I'm sure those trends are related.

Blogger eclecticmn May 15, 2020 10:30 AM  

Kinda related. NYT rewrites article after one author found guilty of past wrongthink.

https://whyevolutionistrue.wordpress.com/2020/05/14/four-heavy-hitters-criticize-the-new-york-times-for-orwellian-retroactive-censorship/

Blogger eclecticmn May 15, 2020 10:34 AM  

And another. Publications rewriting online content rather than publish corrections.
https://www.realclearpolitics.com/articles/2020/05/15/when_did_the_media_stop_running_corrections_143211.html

Blogger eclecticmn May 15, 2020 12:45 PM  

@51. Pedro RochaMay 14, 2020 9:37 PM
@41 You sir, are correct.

I've been at a presentation for "future educational practices" at university level, where the educators proposed using a form of Bloom's taxonomy in order to structure the following year curriculum and class evaluation. It basically is a brainwashing method used in the soviet union to control the population (this was my objection, since it basically destroys the students critical thinking skills, making them easily programmable). Their counterpoint was that it was ok because they knew the truth and "were not teaching flat-earth theory".


Robin Eubanks wrote "Credentialed to Destroy" on this topic. It is poorly edited but a very good book. Must reading for this topic. The paper version is better than Kindle for reasons too long to go into. She has a website "Invisible Serf's Collar" also, but she gets too far down into the weeds for me.

One problem in even discussing this topic is that these 'educators' use words that mean anything but their apparent meeting. E.g. they teach " critical thinking" they say but what they mean is the opposite of critical thinking. They use "outcome based education" that do not measure outcomes as you might expect. When an educational method fails they simply change the name used and reintroduce it. I asked Robin to please create a glossary but she has not. Words mean what the educators want them to mean.

Blogger eclecticmn May 15, 2020 1:25 PM  

@51. Pedro RochaMay 14, 2020 9:37 PM
For five years I tried using dialectic and well researched opinions (with "credible" sources, etc) to satisfy the credentialists and change their opinion. Did not work. Now I mostly use rhetoric (as Vox suggested) and found that it's way more effective.


They often have a different thought process. They say things because it is what 'right minded' people say. They say and believe things to make them feel good about themselves. External reality is not important. They know what right minded people say through some sort of pattern matching. They have been taught what fascists say and recognize the pattern and reject the 'fascist' things you say.

Thomas Sowell wrote a book "The Vision of the Anointed: Self-Congratulation as a Basis for Social Policy" where the second part of the title highlights this motivation.

A recent example. Affirmative action in university admissions. Blacks that should have gone a state university go to MIT. Blacks who should have gone to a community college go to a state university. They feel they do not belong because they don't. They group together in all black dorms. They often flunk out or take extra years to graduate, often with large student loans. This is empirically shown.

VDH wrote that the UC and/or UC state system had the problem of universities having to teach remedial HS level courses which cost university level tuition but granted no university credits. They 'fixed' this by granting university credit for HS level classes.

CA passed prop 209 which forbid racial preferences in admission to CA universities, which reduced such preferences. Blacks suited for UC Davis no longer were admitted to UC Berkeley. Graduation rates increased steadily over time. Now liberals want to bring back racial preferences. Why would they want to screw over blacks? The answer is self-congratulation.

Sometimes you can reach people by asking them why they propose something certain to achieve the opposite of their stated objective. Sometimes you can ask them to bet on the outcome and they refuse because down deep they know what they say is true is not.

Powerline writes about the proposed CA racial preferences.
https://www.powerlineblog.com/archives/2020/05/a-move-to-reinstate-racial-preferences-in-california.php

Blogger Akulkis May 15, 2020 2:36 PM  

@38

About NASA and sound on the moon.

You do realize, don't you, that sound travels even better through the ground, boots, and water-laden body of a person than through the air.

I would fully expect that a wrench hitting a lunar lander, sitting on the lunar surface, could be heard and picked up by a microphone in a space suit, as long as a conductive path (lunar-lander => lunar surface => boots => body => air inside space suit => microphone inside space suit) exists.

Blogger Akulkis May 15, 2020 2:45 PM  

"I've been at a presentation for "future educational practices" at university level, where the educators proposed using"

"Educators" ... that's your problem right there.

People who MAJOR in Education tend to be the absolutely lowest performers on any college campus, because that major has the lowest entry requirements.
Combine low IQ with stupidity (doing the wrong thing even AFTER being told the right thing and an explanation of why the right thing is the right thing), and you have the current U.S. K-12 system.

Diesel Mechanic's schools are more selective.

Blogger Akulkis May 15, 2020 2:50 PM  

"@51 Just today I was discussing with someone who honestly believed that the best way to debate post-modernist is with facts."

Obviously deluded.

The best way to debate a post-modernist is with a baseball bat, so as to give him a good, firsthand look at what life will be like if and when he succeeds and destroys civilization, such that the only rule is that of the jungle: "Might makes right."

Blogger Darren May 15, 2020 3:26 PM  

Try changing the .is to .today

There are a few other domains they have -- see the Twitter account for "Archive.is" (I can't remember what it is exactly right now)

Blogger Darren May 15, 2020 3:29 PM  

I was not interested in feminism at all until 2014/2915 a ton of Milo videos that were being suggested by YT algorithm -- and without question his colorful rhetoric had me looking into things. And eventually as I fojnd other dissenting voices noticing things...
I pray Owen has done a similar service to countless truth seekers!

Blogger Darren May 15, 2020 3:30 PM  

SOLID!

If Gab was working properly today I would absolutely quote-post this comment in a few of the high-traffic groups.

Blogger Darren May 15, 2020 3:34 PM  

Sad brag.

Like, a deserved brag that is also quite sad.

Blogger Darren May 15, 2020 3:40 PM  

In my mobile browser I go to archive.is but it currently redirects to https://archive.fo

The Twitter account explains the variety of .tld domains https://mobile.twitter.com/archiveis



Blogger Dole May 16, 2020 10:50 AM  

Twitch has succumbed to the cancer

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VpvZy0bXBt4

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