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Erasing Our Own Minds
With the Help of Lazy Satan

Some Middle Eastern militants have called the USA "the Great Satan." However, I think social media companies deserve the handle, Father of Lies or Lord of Darkness.

G-mail has recently improved its email service so that we can communicate through their suggested responses to each others statements and queries and greetings. Below are some of today's suggested statements, each email generating 3 suggested responses:

For 5 ladies:

I just resent them.

That's weird.

I will resend it.

Thanks, I'll check it out!

Very cool!

Love it!

Of course you can!

Yes, please do.

No, I can't.

You are so sweet, thank you!

You're so sweet.

I miss you so much.

I'm so proud of you!

That's awesome!

Good for you!

For 4 men:

Love it!

Very cool!

That's a good one!

Very interesting!

Interesting, thanks for sharing!


Very interesting!

Thanks for sharing!

So true!

Very interesting!

Very interesting, thanks for sharing.

Love it!

As you can see, Google is reading my emails and suggesting how to respond. Additionally, my spam folder is forever suggesting networks liked linked in, which I have always ignored, yet, some people have found up to three linked in profiles for me! We are being invited into the repetitive hive mind towards the end of counterfeiting ourselves, with our own sloth the carrot dangled before our befuddled eyes.

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PRAugust 29, 2018 5:47 AM UTC


It's very good - possibly the best survival manual I've read. It contains none of the esoteric fluff of a MacYoung or Rory Miller book and doesn't jump right into the kinetic aspects like Blauer/SPEAR which I am starting to regard as another martial art marketed to cops and the Crossfit demographic. The facts presented in the opening chapters about assailants having a numerical, size/strength and/or weapon advantage immediately discredit most training systems out there where "training for knife defense" is an add-on to the unarmed combat introductory programs where you only practice with a similarly-sized training partner. Criminals, shockingly, stack the odds in their favor!
PRAugust 26, 2018 1:50 AM UTC

You've sold one now! It needs some reviews to move in the rankings, though Vox Day has also commented recently on how Amazon tampers with them.
responds:August 26, 2018 5:48 AM UTC

Thank you, PR!

You may have one-of-a-kind!
PRAugust 25, 2018 5:32 PM UTC


YOu said, "Your system is fully exposed to US intel services..."

What other steps should we take to prevent this? Are you one of Baruch's friends?
PRAugust 25, 2018 5:31 PM UTC

For messaging, use I also recommend you all download the InfoWars app.

Google is gathering data from your phone all the time through the Chrome browser and other means. You can install the BRave browser through the Google Play store and delete Chrome.

I highly recommend Kit Perez' "The Basics of Resistance."


When will you re-publish the Logic of Steel?
responds:August 25, 2018 9:42 PM UTC

It has been republished for over a week under the title The Violence Project as an omnibus edition along with The Fighting Edge. Amazingly, even with "banned by amazon" on the cover, it got through the amazon filters. Who knows how long it will stay up. I don't think we sold any. It sank like a stone in the listings. A shame, since Lynn included corrections and additional material.
ShepAugust 24, 2018 10:00 PM UTC

Re Scrotal Media and the whole tech-nerd world:

"I just resent them".
Dan BagrovAugust 24, 2018 3:32 PM UTC

This doesn’t takeaway from your point, but it’s not a bad idea to use a more secure email option. Tutanota or ProtonMail for example both provide free, encrypted email services.

Your system is absolutely fully exposed to US intel services, but you can at least marginally impede the semi-private intel services (google) by not using their messaging applications.
responds:August 24, 2018 3:56 PM UTC

I have alternative email but like keeping track of the thought police by watching them track me.

Thanks, Dan.
PRAugust 24, 2018 6:26 AM UTC
responds:August 24, 2018 3:55 PM UTC

I have an alternative email and will get some more.

I have to have other people set them up for me since I can't prove I'm not a computer.
BobAugust 24, 2018 12:39 AM UTC

Now gmail marks James LaFond's replies as not verifiable and advises not to click the link. It's easy enough to follow this instruction, but it certainly raises eyebrows.