Did you know there is a “kink community?”

The fact that a group can openly identify itself as the “kink community” is a testimony to the damage done to our culture by things like the novel, “50 Shades of Grey.”

There is so much mental and spiritual risk when even touching this subject that I am not going to venture into detail about it. Even serial killer Ted Bundy warned of the dangers of BDSM pornography shortly before his execution.

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WARNING!!! Mind Bleach Required!!!

AP: ‘Kink community’ angry at New York attorney general comments

Disgraced NY Attorney General Eric Schneiderman

By David Crary

NEW YORK (AP) — Many members of what’s widely known as the kink community are outraged that Eric Schneiderman, in resigning as New York’s attorney general, depicted his alleged violence toward several women as “role-playing and other consensual sexual activity.”

Aficionados of kinky sex noted that Schneiderman’s accusers insisted they had given no consent — which is considered obligatory among most practitioners of kink…

Read more here: https://apnews.com/dad2eb1ffee74190ae6f6a4c095d9e99/’Kink-community’-angry-at-New-York-attorney-general-comments


I did not know there was such a “community” and wish I had not seen the term

On the other hand, if such a “community” does exist, it is best we know who and where it is so we can defend against it.

There is so much mental and spiritual risk when even touching this subject that I am…

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Dear California……

The Founding Fathers built a country with pillars; freedom and Christianity. When you take away the pillars of a building it becomes unstable, and eventually you know that building will fall. Well, California, you are falling and you are falling hard.

California-Outline-and-Flag-SolidThis letter was written as a school assignment by a sixth grader. It is a blessing to see that no all children in this generation are indoctrinated and have a firm grasp on who we are as a nation. Enjoy!

Dear California,

In this letter I hope to explain why banning the sale of bibles or limiting what it says through bill AB2943, is stupid, arrogant, unethical, and against America and what it stands for.

I get it! You are trying to prevent hate speech. For some reason, you think having an opinion or a belief that is contrary to your, own is hate speech. For thousands of years people have had their own opinions and beliefs, and that how it should stay.

Homosexuality contradicts the bible. So should we ban homosexuality? The bible says yes, you say no. So, how do we get rid of this problem. The answer? We…

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Self Kill – Suicide – SAYING BYE TO LIFE

Excellent wisdom from a youngster! I hope others head her cry!
I want to keep reminding you; I want you to take control of your life and not just let it be controlled by society and your so called friends. I want you to seek help from anyone. Even if you talk about random things and not about THE problem. If it makes you feel better than do it. That’s my point!

I want you to fight. I want you to find a way out even if it seems impossible. I keep going to hell every time of my life when life seems cruel and wants to torture me. I would NEVER stop fighting for my beliefs and for my life. You should too! Always seek for a way out of your problem and avoid the cruel death. I know that at the end everyone should die but it shouldn’t be by your hands.

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Welcome

Hey there! If you’re new to this blog I’m Nicole and would like to introduce you to my blog where you don’t have to be afraid to speak. Today I would like to advice you from before if you are triggered about suicidal thoughts and other things relating that topic. I would like you to read this post. Also if I have offended anyone without meaning too, come talk to me down below.


My Story and Opinion

First, I’m going to give you a brief summary of my story so you would know what I think… I have never attempted any suicidal attempts but I have some suicidal thoughts of my own. I know people who want to kill themselves or have done suicide and are no longer here. Sadly this is life. Sometimes  even celebrities have committed suicide but WHY?

There are many reasons behind suicide the most that…

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Saying goodbye to Yahoo. Taking back my privacy a little at a time..

“When was the last time you spoke with your friends or family about internet privacy? Sadly, for most people, the answer is never. In general, people believe that only a small percentage of people care about privacy, and while we know that isn’t true, it is something that keeps most people from talking about privacy.” Privacy Mythbusting #1: Nobody else cares about privacy! (Umm, yes they do.)

I’ve deleted everything in my Yahoo account and closed it. I will not respond to anyone with a Yahoo account at the end of their email. I’m slowly moving away from the “Big Three” FaceBook, Google and Twitter. Maybe not moving away but definitely building and giving myself options. This is how it started a few weeks ago for me. I got my Yahoo “Terms Of Service Privacy Notice”  and posted this.

I did and this is what I wrote and Tweeted back to them in segments.

“First of thank you for finally listing to your users and deleting all the “Photos” you stored. I hope they are truly deleted and not stored somewhere. I’m not aware of ever giving you permission to do that.

I had Twitted, wrote a blog post and shared a piece from another site about your new Privacy Policy.

You Tweeted back and suggested I come here.

I am very displeased that you feel the need to scan emails related to banking and financial information, not to mention that the sites you own are allowed to scan emails, instant messages, photos, and other user data and that the agreement also says that the data may be shared with Oath’s parent company, Verizon.

With all the news about data sharing and privacy concerns(not to mention the data that has been hacked and stolen from you in the past) I’m amazed that a large corporation like yours would double down on a policy like this as if to say screw you joe blow public.

We should have an option to opt out of data sharing. Big companies like yours can still get plenty of revenue from sponsors and paid advertisement.

I would like to see you drop the law suit you joined suing California Consumer Privacy Act as Facebook has.”

Never heard anything more from Yahoo until three days ago, this was their response.

Yahoo feedback response.

Yahoo feedback response.

So, that’s what I just finished doing today. It took me a couple days because I had to do some research and look for a new email provider. I never really gave email much of a thought.

When I first started using the INTERNET back in the 90″s I just went with the flow pretty much like everyone else I assume. What a journey it’s been, growing, adapting and watching all the changes. Those of you that are old enough, remember AOL. It was about the only game in town so to speak and once you figured out there was more things available to you trying to get out of AOL was a nightmare to say the least.

I started my search for new email  searching for security and privacy in mind and had to learn what some technical terms meant like, IMAP, SMTP, or POP3 and other things. Here’s some of the articles I found if your interested. The 5 Best Secure Email Services for 2018Best Free Email Services of 2018List of Secure Email Providers that take Privacy SeriousA List Of Email Providers That Don’t Track You.

I’m on a budget and just want basics free email service with a reasonable expectation of privacy. If you really want to take privacy serious you can pay for it or get into encryption but that seams pretty time consuming to me, slow and every one has to have a key and be up on it. You can also go dark of course but thats slow too and you have to take a lot into consideration and make some adjustments.

Anyways I’ve got two email accounts one for the Big Three, Facebook, Google and Twitter with no contact info or personal info in the account. Another for regular email and the other social media outlets I’m on. I’ve been gradually switching, using, moving to the other social media outlet’s for awhile now, moving away from the Big Three and their tracking, censoring and spying. I’ve been on Codias for awhile now and Minds for about a month, really enjoying Minds a lot of good people and mix. Just started using Gab and joined Me We. All looking pretty good and promising. I’ve been using Opera for my browser for about a year now and loving it and also use DuckDuckGo for search now.

If you follow Tucker Carlson He’s done some good reporting on the “Tech Giants” privacy and control. Heres the latest from last night. “In recent years, the digital video monopoly YouTube, which is part of the digital search monopoly Google, has been accused of trying to silence conservative viewpoints – an accusation they deny. The digital monopolies demand that we conform to their views, have too much power and are a threat to our country.” Tucker: Why YouTube’s alleged censorship matters

I know why the progressives and left don’t give a crap or want to do anything about the Big Three.

“calling the concerns a “conspiracy theory,” even as they defended tech giants’ right to censor content on the basis of political viewpoint.

Even as they mocked conservative concerns over tech censorship as a fantasy, congressional Democrats defended tech companies’ right to do it if they wanted to.” Two-Faced: Congressional Democrats Defend Tech Giant’s Right to Censor, also Call Censorship a ‘Conspiracy Theory’

But unless ‘The People” start to take it seriously or do something about it for themselves, things aren’t going to change. You  definitely can’t count on elected officials to take “Privacy” or “Personal Security” seriously, there’s just to much money on the line.

Anyway’s, good luck God Bless America and you.

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UN admits ‘refugees’ are ‘replacement migration’ for low-fertility countries

Below is the UN’s press release on the report, dated March 17, 2000 — that’s how long ago the “refugee” and “migrant” plan was hatched.

Note that, unlike Europe and other developed countries, the United States is a lone exception. Instead of population decline and ageing, our population is projected to increase by a quarter in the next 50 years.

That means America does not need to open our doors to immigrants, migrants and refugees. In fact, the UN report concludes that we only need to bring in 1,300 migrants per million inhabitants per year.

The U.S. population in 2018 is 327.16 million. That means that, at most, we need to bring in less than half a million (425,000) migrants a year — if even that.

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For those of us who’ve long suspected there’s a hidden agenda behind the invasion of “refugees” and “migrants” in Europe, here’s the smoking gun.

In 2000, the United Nations’ Department of Economic and Social Affairs issued a report, Replacement Migration: Is It a Solution to Declining and Ageing Populations?, which proposes “replacement migration” for countries with an aging and declining population.

Below is the UN’s press release on the report, dated March 17, 2000 — that’s how long ago the “refugee” and “migrant” plan was hatched.

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NEW REPORT ON REPLACEMENT MIGRATION ISSUED BY UN POPULATION DIVISION

NEW YORK, 17 March (DESA) — The Population Division of the Department of Economic and Social Affairs (DESA) has released a new report titled “Replacement Migration: Is it a Solution to Declining and Ageing Populations?”. Replacement migration refers to the international migration that a country would need to prevent…

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