Unfortunately or fortunately, depending on your perspective, freedom of speech is not an absolute freedom. Again,…nuance.
P.S. WAPO stole my idea!!!
Unfortunately or fortunately, depending on your perspective, freedom of speech is not an absolute freedom. Again,…nuance.
P.S. WAPO stole my idea!!!
Sam, for the record, in case I didn’t say this before, one of my goals is in trying to prove myself before I would even try to get hired by Infowars for example. I can’t remember if I told you that before. I kind of want to build a portfolio of what I am able to do in order to show people what my skills might be. I guess it might be problematic as I may still be too rough around the edges. I might be too all over the place as well. For example, you appear to be more focused in the videos you put out. I told you before about how I’ve been busy with helping out my family at home. Well, I guess I already told you all of this already. So, I guess I’m trying to say that I’m still going to try to focus on developing myself. I try to focus on praying more. So, long story short, a part of me seeks after being independent as a writer, artist, video editor, YouTuber, etc, similar to how I was a freelance English Teacher in Vietnam. So, I know I still have a lot of work to do. I would prefer not to run over to Alex Jones to beg for a job. So, I say that because I think about doing that sometimes. But I think it would be better if I was simply discovered someday and then reached out to. So, I avoid calling into the Alex Jones Show. Basically, to some extent, I’m not there yet. So, even if somebody were to tell Alex about Oatmeal Joey, I feel like I’m still just a seed. I’m not a plant yet. I’m not a tree yet. Because too much of my stuff on the Internet is like half-done. In conclusion, if I have not bored you yet with this, I will end with saying that I was laughing on Monday when Alex and Owen Shroyer talked about cooking a bowl of oatmeal near a 5G tower. I should probably do that on top of many other things. You should continue doing what you do as you are a bit more polished than I might be. I will continue trying to maybe brand myself or whatever. I feel like 2020 is a big opportunity for me for different things. I would consider Infowars as a dream job for me. But I don’t want to take too many shortcuts in life. I might be partly undecided on what I want to do, specifically in my life. That is why I mainly just focus on keeping a blog on Steemit with my random commentary on life, videos, articles, pictures, etc. I wanted to write all of this to let you know that all of this is in my brain. But I’m not trying to say that you don’t already know this. Well, I guess I might be venting. I told you before that I have some big life decisions that I should make. Some decisions are made gradually in life. But I might be procrastinating on some of the other decisions until maybe the summer of 2020 which is a long time time and a short time in the future. That is only about six months away. I’m trying to step up my game. I don’t totally know what that means except maybe one day at a time kind of thing.
I think you’re a real character man. Thoughtful, spiritual, and educated, yet goofy as fuck at the same time. (I really mean that as a compliment too. Hopefully it doesn’t come off wrong)
As for Pastor Sam, I have always liked his work. He’s had lots of good information out of South America, and I think it’s a lot more important than people realize, that we know what’s going on South of us. It has a large impact on what happens here in the US.
Thanks. I totally agree.
Exmples of limits on free speech…
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Rob, are you a terrorist?
No. Sorry if you feel terrorized.
Joey, are you a pirate?..Or a parrot?
You are a terrorist. You are trying to destroy America.
Joey, do you think rules are tyrannical?
I guess rules are kind of like government. An inevitable and necessary creation, that can (and most often does) become tyrannical.
I think that sums it up. Anarchists get a little rattled at the whole tribe thing.
@Memeart, rules are like tools, like systems. If there is a God, then God is king of all the other kings. He is the King of kings, the ultimate rule maker. If there is no God, or outside of God, it can be survival of the fittest to some extent according to some people.
We all know that absolute power corrupts absolutely. So, rules, laws, regulations, code, guidelines, policies, etc, can be made by people who can be flawed. That means that the rules can be flawed. Whether rules are tyrannical or not depends on whether the rules are fair and it may also depend on whether tyranny is good or bad. Well, generally, tyranny is defined as a bad thing. Generally, as government gets bigger, they begin to demand more from people.
Now, keep in mind, that there appears to be some natural laws of the universe. There are systems that dictate how things work. Some of that can be understood in the study science for example. We know that when water becomes too cold, the water freezes into ice. That is like a rule, a law. We can talk about gravity, physics, mathematics, etc. So, we can see that rules can be like a mirror as described in the book of Romans. Rules can simply describe the order of the universe as seen in science, like I said. This means that natural philosophy is simply what it is. The rules of the universe simply tells us how things are. This may mean that it may be irrelevant if rules are tyrannical or not in the sense and to the extent that they simply describe how things are like mirrors can show us the dirt on our face.
Alex Jones talks about fighting against the cancer of global governments. So, that is what we do. We promote local governments over international governments. Right now, they are implanting computer chips into the homeless population all over the United States. The United Nations (U.N.) and others are taking over America in a variety of ways. When we are not trying to shrink the size of government, that is when government grows. Bad people can make bad laws. Good people might be able to make good laws. People are good and bad which means rules and laws are good and bad.
We should always try to promote private property rights which copyright laws are violating by the way. Rob Roy has a small brain. Rob Roy has no idea what that means. I have wrote about these things many times in 2019 and some people would rather bow to the tyranny of corrupt copyright laws than support private property rights. Data is copied via electricity. It runs around the world. To own the distribution of content is to activate socialism, communism, as it is in fact the means of production. You should be allowed to make up whatever rules you want for your own land and your own property to the extent it does not collide with the rights of others. When they are in conflict, that is what judges are for. Too often, tech cartels make too many decisions pre-trial as opposed to post-trial.
Well personally I’m glad there are copyright laws. I view intellectual property as the creator’s private property.
@Vitt, you are happy that Walt Disney stole from his partner back in the 1920’s or are you not familiar with that case?
Play both sides like globalists do.
Play good cop and bad cop.
Make three YouTube channels.
Dedicate your first channel to you, to archiving your life, your videos, your main projects in life.
Your second channel can be a fun channel where you simply try to get people to like you. Be politically correct. Try to go viral. Don’t say anything that could get you banned. Don’t be controversial. Be simple. Copy people. Brand yourself.
Your third channel can be as offensive as you want it to be. But the point is to be as real and as honest as possible. I would talk about the things that the world needs to hear that they may not like to hear but should hear about world news, world history, things that really matter, but things that YouTube and others may ban you for. YouTube banned around three or four of my channels for example, already. Facebook bans people. Twitter bans people. During the 2010’s, especially, these tech cartel empire websites have been banning and censoring millions of people. So, when you talk about this on YouTube, you run the risk of being terminated like Alex Jones. So, you may go down. So, you need to be prepared for being taken off websites for being real. So, try to keep some of your videos on separate channels in order to protect them. Make backups of your videos on different channels, websites, and hard drives. Emphasis on the last one. Keep your HDD in Faraday Cages. If you don’t have an official Faraday Cage, get a metal lunch box and put your hard drives in them. Because you want to protect electronics from EMP. When YouTube kills your channel, you can rise again. When you come back, you can do the same things again until YouTube takes you back down again. You could also try different things and change things up a bit. Or make two new channels when the old channel is terminated and try both. If you do the same thing over and over again, you may get the same results. Not always, but it can happen. It depends. And what you should do may depend on many different factors. It is better to do what you believe in doing over what you feel like doing. So, if you are doing the right thing, then it might be better to do that again and again, even if YouTube stops you for it. But then again, if a tree falls in a forest and nobody hears it, then did it make a sound? And did you make a sound if nobody is watching your YouTube? You can be right and yet not effective. You may want people to listen. But you have to find ways to build an audience, a brand, and a bunch of original oatmeal. What is EMP? It is electromagnetic pulse.
No, I hadn’t come across that before. Sounds interesting though, I’ll have to check that out.
Last I was watching about Disney, had to do with the deals they made with the CIA to purchase the land for Disneyworld. CIA helped them purchase all that property dirt cheap. Then it got into the secret club that is at each of the park locations, where members pay massive amounts of money each year to be a member.
Disney is one seriously jacked up company.
And yeah, I’ve been looking into downloading all of these docs/videos of information people have uploaded. The tech companies can disappear it all overnight if they choose to. Need to put it all on flash drives. (Or if anyone knows a better way to store it, I’d use that)
Emp is a whole other problem. Lol not even going to mess with it.
Such vast sums of knowledge. Finally figured out recently how to download videos off of youtube using VLC player.
@Vitt, copyright laws are as fantastic as socialism, communism, meaning that they are not fantastic as they are mostly centralized tyranny.
Copyright is great in theory.
A perfect Star Trek Utopian Future is awesome in theory.
Copyright is dangerous for many reasons. Vitt, I agree with you on the theories of copyright.
But how centralized copyright is to be enforced is where 1984 Big Brother Government comes in. Copyright Laws can differ depending on the country you are in. A copyright may have good intent in attempting to protect creators from being robbed.
The tricky part is that invisible line that is extremely subjective.
So, we rely on the judges, the jurors, the trials, which is at least better than no trial at all. I prefer a republic over having kings, perhaps.
One of the biggest problems is that of selective enforcement where there appears to be a double standard which would allow for certain people to do certain things while excluding others from the same actions. We have the Safe Harbor Act. We have DMCA. It seems that YouTube is violating Safe Harbor for example.
On top of that, you have Fair Use which YouTube also violates pre-trial. It would be at least a bit better if it was post-trial as opposed to pre-trial. See, post-trial at least attempts to appear legal, judicial, and fair. That would encourage people to maybe trust the global tech cartels more. YouTube is losing trust.
That can be good.
Copyright of tangible items is a bit more definable when compared to digital material that is virtually omnipresent to some extent.
That is like an infinite number of original oatmeal bowls. Some people may not understand what that means.
When you attempt to ban digital items, then you are that much closer to banning what is in your brain.
People are getting brain phones. They are chipping the homeless with the mark of the beast.
So, they start with copyrighting and banning things on the Internet, that is videos, photos of Melania Trump on Facebook, articles, links to Agenda of Evil and to Minds and to Infowars and others, etc, etc.
After that, more and more people begin getting computer chips inserted into their hands and foreheads.
Some people will be plugging their brains into the Matrix, AKA the Internet. While you are in the Brain Holo-Deck, AI and others will be probing your brain, your thoughts.
And then they will start banning thoughts. Copyright can be one of the tools used to ban thoughts and images and videos.
With Brain Internet, you have to ability to share experiences with other people. So, if you watch a movie, then your eyes are the camera. They did at least one Black Mirror episode on that.
So, you will be able to share your Eye Videos with your friends by simply thinking Share and it goes out.
But the Copyright Nazi will say that was copyrighted. So, they will go into your brain and delete those files.
That is a slippery slope towards banning more of your actual thoughts from your actual brain.
Also, keep in mind that your own autobiography, your own life, is intermixed as life continues to happen even while you may be watching copyrighted movies, etc. That is the dangers of digital. When you begin to attempt to copyright digital products, then you set the stage towards copyrighting thoughts which are also digital as well. That could be a plan that some of the globalists have. It is a tricky thing as data runs around the Internet. Many people have no idea what that means.
Data is like water. See, trying to isolate one water molecule from other water molecules in order to ban it is tough. It might be almost impossible. Why? Because it is almost like each water molecule is identical to other water molecules.
That is the Internet as things run around on different servers, etc. There is no difference between downloading something and streaming something.
But some people will say there are differences between what might be on your RAM, CPU, cache, on temporary storage, etc, with what might be on your hard drive, thumb drives, DVDs, Blu Ray, on more permanent storage locations, etc. That may be true in some ways and yet also dangerous to entertain as globalists do things to destroy humanity in a variety of ways.
Copyright is ok when it comes to copyrighting physical items. But digital items can be tough. A digital item is like a photograph. So, for example, if I don’t want you to take a photo of my cat, then I should hide my cat. I should not let you on my property. Now, if you are trespassing onto my land, then I might order you to leave your camera at the door. I might have a sign that says no photos. Because it is my house, my building. I own it. But in the Land of the Internet, that becomes very tricky.
There are at least three main stages to a boot-legged video.
Step one, I go into a cinema and record a movie. Now, the theater may have rules that state no recording. The theater might be private property. So, if I record, then I am breaking the rules. So, the theater may try to confiscate the video. They may try to delete it, destroy it, whatever. They may take me to court.
Step two involves redistributing videos. That means uploading videos to websites. That means hosting the websites on your web servers. Now, some of this might be tricky when it comes to Safe Harbor, etc.
Step three involves watching the videos. Now, technically, and in actuality, it is important to understand that watching a video is the same as reading Wikileaks. Chris said on CNN that people are not allowed to view the Wikileaks. In the same way, they also say you are not allowed to see what is already on the Internet. That is like arresting people who saw a murder occur in a public town square. We have to keep in mind that some things are already public. When you click on share, when you copy and paste, that is not the same as hosting a video. A reference is not the same as the real deal, the real thing. It is not the same. If you want to stop a video, then go to the source as seen in step one.
That is the root of it. Step three, which involves streaming videos, that is more like a symptom. So, some people may attack symptoms as opposed to trying to correct and prevent the foundation of how it all started in the first place.
Yes, Bit Torrent involves hosting data. It involves like IPFS in that you download data and then let other people download that data from you. So, it is not the same as simply sharing something. When you are watching a video, AKA streaming a video, it is said that you are not downloading the data to that video. Well, you are, technically, but some people will say that you are not. So, legally speaking, distinctions have been made, allegedly, between streaming and hosting. In reality, they are practically the same or almost the same. But some people perceive them to be different.
@Vitt, I didn’t know that the CIA was helping Disney buy land. But that doesn’t surprise me. In general, it seems that governments have helped in the formation of corporations. Some people argue against capitalism by pointing at Amazon, Facebook, Microsoft, Apple, IBM, etc. But corporations are not products of free markets, generally speaking. They may be the result of crony capitalism, etc. And crony capitalism is not capitalism. Well there are different definitions to capitalism. When I say capitalism, I am trying to describe free markets which has been around for thousands of years. By default, free market exists as people trade with each other. It is a default setting. So, I want government to shrink as much as possible. I want free markets to grow as much as possible. When I say free markets, I don’t mean monopolism, cartels, etc.
Vitt, can they go into your computer and delete your files? Keep in mind that the answer to that question is complex. It can be yes and no depending on a few things. Yes, YouTube terminates accounts like mine. So, those videos disappeared, so to speak. But those videos were not deleted off the YouTuber’s actual computers. Now, Microsoft has News Guard which either is or is attempting to remove things off the hard drives of Microsoft users. Apple, same thing perhaps. Google Android, same thing or potentially speaking. So, that is one of the reasons I use Ubuntu as my operating system. This means it can be harder for people to erase stuff off my computer. I also have an external hard drive that I keep in a metal lunch box. So, I say that to say that you can make it tougher for people to delete things off your computer. There are different things you can do. So, there are several levels to all of this.You can at least try to block potential EMP. A metal lunch box is better than nothing. One step at a time.
Yeah, you can download videos via VLC like you said. Also, the Firefox web browser offer add-on apps that can download videos off YouTube, Facebook, Twitter, Bitchute, etc.