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O princípio do fim (oficial) da privacidade electrónica em Portugal

16.08.17

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Um comentário que deixei, à notícia de anteontem de que o Presidente da República aprovou a lei que permite às secretas nacionais terem agora acesso oficial aos "metadados" das telecomunicações de todos os portugueses, independentemente de serem ou não estes suspeitos de qualquer crime.
(Tenham em atenção que, as pessoas que nos governam são tudo menos honestas... E, toda a gente bem informada sabe que o SIS - este sim, uma organização criminosa - efectua repetidamente escutas ilegais às telecomunicações dos cidadãos - em violação do Artigo 34.º da Constituição.)

 

Fernando Negro 15 de Agosto de 2017 às 23:04

Não é preciso esperar pelo "longo prazo" para saber como é que tudo isto vai acabar... Pois, qualquer pessoa que esteja atenta e que seja inteligente consegue ver a tendência indicativa de para onde caminhamos (de volta).


Vejam, por exemplo, a outra lei que Marcelo promulgou nesse mesmo dia, de proibir os pagamentos em dinheiro superiores a 3 mil euros (http://www.jn.pt/nacional/interior/proibidos-pagamentos-em-dinheiro-superiores-a-3-mil-euros-8705183.html) - obviamente, com o objectivo de que fiquem tais pagamentos (obrigatoriamente electrónicos) registados em bases de dados bancárias, que já começaram a deixar de ser privadas (https://pplware.sapo.pt/informacao/ultima-hora-governo-aprova-acesso-as-contas-bancarias/). E, reparem em como já lá vão anos em que, para qualquer pagamento significativo, somos agora obrigados a dar o nosso número de contribuinte, para que fique tudo registado em bases de dados estatais.

O "Estado Policial" já chegou. E, o próximo passo será, obviamente, a abolição da Democracia (lembram-se da declaração de Manuela Ferreira Leite, há uns anos, de que talvez fosse melhor "suspendê-la" em certos casos? - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A5naDDnigsw). Sendo que, o mais provável, é que seja este segundo passo dado sob o pretexto de uma qualquer "emergência", causada por ataques terroristas de origem duvidosa (http://blackfernando.blogs.sapo.pt/quem-realmente-esta-por-tras-destes-85197) que servirão para instalar um dito Estado de Emergência, supostamente "temporário", do qual nunca iremos sair (vejam, por exemplo, o caso do Egipto que, antes da queda de Mubarak, estava em "estado de emergência" há 31 anos - http://www.bbc.com/news/world-middle-east-18283635).

Se quiserem saber o quão o primeiro passo facilita o segundo, não têm de ir mais longe do que as palestras de Richard Stallman em que este tem, repetidamente, avisado as pessoas disto mesmo: https://vimeo.com/28195912

E, se duvidarem de que tudo isto obedece a um plano pré-determinado, podem começar por ler um livro cuja primeira versão foi *censurada* em Portugal (http://6.fotos.web.sapo.io/i/o41140ea4/17596647_i1zW0.jpeg) e que foi escrito por um autor que, repetidamente, tem provado a sua credibilidade (http://web.archive.org/web/20131105185520/http://www.forumdefesa.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=24&t=10579).

Os Direitos e Liberdades nunca foram algo de imutável ou garantido. E, duram apenas o tempo que o povo em causa permitir que estes durem. Já um dos Pais Fundadores da primeira Democracia moderna do mundo dizia que: "The tree of liberty must be refreshed from time to time with the blood of patriots and tyrants". E, historicamente, têm sido vários os casos em que Democracias (ocidentais e não só) se transformaram em Ditaduras - incluindo no nosso país, na primeira metade do século passado.

Os passos estão a ser dados à vista de todos. Resta agora saber o que irão as pessoas fazer relativamente a isto (antes que seja tarde demais)...

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Um resultado do imposto de Contribuição Audiovisual que vem na factura da electricidade (ou o "serviço público" da RTP em acção)

10.08.17

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Não só não avisam as pessoas - e ainda mentem, repetidamente - sobre o que de mais importante se passa, como também se põem a gozar com quem o faz... (Paguem impostos, carneiros!)

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Muito melhor do que o filme, de mais de 2 horas, de Oliver Stone sobre Edward Snowden...

08.08.17

É a entrevista, de pouco mais de 20 minutos, feita pelo filho deste mesmo realizador, Sean Stone, ao jornalista de investigação Jon Rappoport - em que o último faz a sua própria (e inteligente) análise do sucedido (que poderá ter sido confirmada por Daniel Estulin).



(Pois, tal como é o caso de Mike Norris e de Tyrel Ventura, faz Sean Stone parte de uma nova geração, melhor informada do que a precedente sobre as mais importantes questões políticas.)

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colocado por Fernando Negro às 11:46

E, mais uma vez, censurado pela Blogger

10.07.17

(É por estas e por outras é que abandonei eu tal serviço e me mudei para o SAPO...)
O seguinte, é um comentário que (foi feito de modo apressado e sem grande paciência, mas que, ainda assim) foi repetidamente censurado - [1] [2] [3] - que tentei deixar num recém-criado blogue do mesmo autor da (relativamente conhecida) conta no Twitter "Crimes of Britain", em que se propõe tal autor a denunciar o que chama o "conluio" que existe entre o governo britânico e alguns grupos terroristas a operar em países muçulmanos.
Para melhores esclarecimentos (mais cuidados e elaborados) sobre os assuntos de que a seguir falo, deixo também aqui as seguintes hiperligações - [1] [2] [3] - para colocações minhas anteriores.

 

Fernando Negro 30 June 2017 at 05:29

It's not "collusion" that we're talking about... It's "creation" and "command & control".

The name "al-Qaeda" means "the Base" - and, it comes from the computer/IT term "database" (http://www.globalresearch.ca/al-qaeda-the-database-2/24738). This supposed organization is actually just a list/"database" of Muslim fanatics who are, unknowingly, being used by Western (i.e. UK + USA) intelligence agencies - including on Western soil. And, as even the official History admits, "al-Qaeda" is a creation of the CIA.

Former MP Robin Cook called people's attention to the origin of such supposed organization (https://www.theguardian.com/uk/2005/jul/08/july7.development) a day after the 7/7 terrorist attacks, and appeared dead less than a month afterwards.

The recent change, in name, from "al-Qaeda" to "ISIS", most probably came as a result of the (at the time, increasingly) apparent contradiction, that was becoming too noticeable or obvious, that such supposed organization was actually being supported by the West (for example, in Lybia: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/africaandindianocean/libya/8391632/Libya-the-West-and-al-Qaeda-on-the-same-side.html) while, at the same time, it was, supposedly, its enemy nº 1.

(And, even if you consider ISIS to be a separate organization from al-Qaeda - which is not, since that, its members are the same: http://tarpley.net/isis-same-fanatics-nato-armed-in-libya-and-syria/ - again, there are also proofs of a Western hand behind the appearance of such supposed organization: http://www.wnd.com/2014/06/officials-u-s-trained-isis-at-secret-base-in-jordan/)

Al-Qaeda/ISIS is just a tool of British and American intelligence agencies, that serves a variety of purposes. And, when it comes to terrorist attacks on Western soil, its purpose is (1) to create a pretext to invade countries in the Middle East, that are rich in natural resources, and (2) to create a pretext for a Police State in the West (in which the ruling elites, who ultimately give orders to our governments, can better control the ignorant masses).

Notice, for example, how the most important terrorist attacks on Western soil (the ones that cause more victims, and require serious planning) always happen on days or months 7, 11 and 22 (i.e. dates with Masonic numbers).

Please, take a look at the following great lecture, given in 2002, by Prof. Michel Chossudovsky, editor of the well-known "Centre for Research on Globalization" (GlobalResearch.ca), for an introduction to what I'm talking about.



And, please also take a look at the following sources, for more information about this: https://www.infowars.com/https://twitter.com/EstulinDanielhttp://www.globalresearch.ca/https://www.corbettreport.com/http://tarpley.net/http://www.voltairenet.org/enhttp://www.larouchepub.com/ + http://www.tenc.net/

With all due respect, to know what you're (really) talking about, you should first do some serious reading of the above-mentioned sources... Otherwise, you'll just write tons and tons of wrong/incorrect analysis of what's (really) going on - and you'll possibly only realize some years from now how wrong/incorrect you were about this particular subject.

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colocado por Fernando Negro às 17:32

CNN apanhada (outra vez) a encenar uma notícia falsa

14.06.17

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Bitcoin

12.06.17

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[Para além de aproveitar eu para chamar a atenção para dois "tweets" - [1] [2] - recentemente feitos pelo ex-agente dos serviços secretos russos, Daniel Estulin, no qual denunciou (/confirmou) ele o controlo oculto que existe destas novas moedas electrónicas, deixo aqui o que, também eu, tive recentemente a dizer, especificamente sobre o fenómeno da conhecida moeda "Bitcoin", num fórum de discussão sobre assuntos relacionados com o Software Livre.]
 
Re: Why try to push bitcoin so hard
Post by Fernando Negro » 2017-02-28 05:30

Bitcoin is almost certainly a product of the "powers-that-be" - who, among other things, want to ultimately surveil and control everything and everyone.

Being that the (obvious) reason why it has been so quickly adopted by the main corporations, and is so much promoted in the mainstream media, and through armies of (what are certainly) establishment "trolls" (who, yes, do exist: http://www.washingtonsblog.com/2014/02/ ... gency.html).

The key term here, is "Cashless Society Control Grid".

And, notice how Western governments have already started restricting the use of physical cash (https://www.corbettreport.com/the-war-o ... try-guide/), and how the mainstream media have already started calling for its abolishment (http://www.prisonplanet.com/financial-t ... -cash.html).

Since that quoting is practised in these forums, and also to make my life much easier, I'll just quote, in here, what I've said in the recent past about this "Bitcoin" phenomenon:

(taken from here: https://www.corbettreport.com/whos-afra ... ment-28176)

Bitcoin” is almost certainly a creation of the powers-that-be…

(And, also a too much sophisticated piece of networking software to have been done by a single person… Where did this “Sakamoto” character made his beta tests, then? His home network?)

The way that the Internet is immensely surveilled, nowadays (don’t look too much for information concerning the P*OMIS software – http://www.fromthewilderness.com/free/p ... romis.html – or something bad – http://www.elmundo.es/encuentros/invita ... index.html – might happen to you), there’s no way that such a complex piece of software, that operates over the Internet, could have been developed without the powers-that-be already knowing, by now, who has created it.

So, this new piece of news [http://www.cbc.ca/news/technology/australia-raids-bitcoin-1.3356725] will surely turn out to be just more “smoke”, to hide the true origins of this phenomenon.

Look at how quickly some of the big corporations (who constitute the real powers-that-be) adopted this currency (http://www.bitcoinvalues.net/who-accept ... coins.html). If this was really something contrary to the interests of the establishment, they would never adopt it – let alone so quickly, and in a way that promotes its growth.

And, all this paranoia about Bitcoin being used for crimes, is just (like you’ve said) that – paranoia. That is going to be used as a pretext to increase the surveillance and control of the Internet.

This “Bitcoin” phenomenon is the concretization of what Alex Jones and others have been warning, for almost two decades now… The so-called “Cashless Society Control Grid”.

And, explaining what I mean by this…

1) First of all, this so-called “cryptocurrency” is not cryptographic, at all. Since that, the NSA and the likes (who created its hash algorithm) can already decrypt it (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PZQXxUmROIU#t=1h8m25s).

2) Second, it’s the end of privacy in monetary transactions. Since that, every transaction is publicly recorded. And, all that it takes to identify which transaction corresponds to which deal, is to read the corresponding e-mail exchanges between the persons involved in such a deal. (Do you think that your, however possibly encrypted, e-mails are not being read also? Check again the same link I’ve posted above: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PZQXxUmROIU#t=1h8m25s)

3) Third, you are almost totally dependent on an Internet connection to be able to make such transactions. And, who controls the Internet? Big Brother. That is: the main/big corporations, that constitute the real powers-that-be, and their puppet-governments.

The future that the powers-that-be have planned, will be a Police State where *everything* – including the Internet – will be controlled. And, the future will also obviously be one where artificial intelligence will be advanced enough to be able to inspect every Internet traffic, and intercept/block whichever type it (specifically) wants. Here’s an example of how this is already being done, in certain places, since the last decade: http://forum.prisonplanet.com/index.php ... #msg525995 [And, here's the description of the method used: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Deep_packet_inspection]

Do you know what “WWW” stands for, in intelligence circles? R: “World Wide Wiretap”.

So, if you’re an individual who’s fighting the powers-that-be, either (1) because of an oppressive government, that passes laws where it forbids certain people to use the Internet (what’s already being done in certain countries, is to require an ID to use this network), or (2) because the big Internet companies that dominate the market (and that you are forced to use) simply decide that they don’t want to let you use their services anymore, you are always dependent on the “good will” of other entities to be able to make monetary transactions.

And all this, not counting with all the “dirty tricks” that can be used against you – like simply interfering with your monetary transactions, when they’re passing through the Big Brother network, and then have your Internet company respond to you that it must have been some “glitch”, or that they simply don’t know where your money went. (Here’s an example, if you want, of one of the big Internet companies making comments of mine disappear, simply because they want to: http://blackfernando.blogspot.pt/2013/0 ... -meus.html)

Also, in the era of spyware and software insecurity, in a lot of proprietary computer operating systems and programs, that most people use (and, where we even have to be careful with the hardware that we use – https://trisquel.info/en/forum/secret-3 ... -pc-access), to have a “digital wallet”, on a computer hard drive, is the most ridiculously and laughably insecure manner of storing your money that I have ever heard of! (And, all that it takes to make you loose all your savings, is to simply demagnetize your hard drive – which can be done from a distance.)

Please, (seriously) inform yourselves about Internet and computer security, in order to realize what (/the trap that) you’re really getting yourselves into.

And, I'll leave here two more quotes, from following comments that I made in the same thread:

Concerning Internet “security”:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ECHELON
http://www.fromthewilderness.com/free/w ... _pt1.shtml
http://www.prisonplanet.com/barack-obam ... puter.html
http://forum.prisonplanet.com/index.php?topic=82985.0
http://www.zdnet.com/article/tracking-p ... n-the-net/

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In order to create and conceive something like “Bitcoin”, there has to be a deep knowledge of computer networking software, and also of Economics – and, I immensely doubt that there’s a single person on this planet that could have both.


(When was the last time that you’ve met a computer “geek” that also had a degree in Economics?)

Therefore, I would much more easily believe this to be the work of a large group of highly intelligent and knowledgeable people, from different areas.

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Google irá rotular a imprensa alternativa como não credível

08.06.17

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Não é que a manipulação (verdadeiramente dita) de resultados não seja algo já praticado por este motor de busca. Pois, quem tiver por hábito procurar informar-se sobre factos que são reportados pela imprensa alternativa, já deverá ter observado que os primeiros resultados são por norma, cada vez mais, de sítios cuja credibilidade é verdadeiramente questionável.
Ou seja, cada vez mais, o que acontece é que, se vai uma pessoa usar este motor de busca para se informar sobre factos reportados pela imprensa alternativa, a não ser que use a opção "site:x" (para, deste modo, ter como alvo sítios que já saiba serem credíveis), os resultados que são mais exibidos (isto é, os que aparecem nas primeiras páginas de resultados) são os de sítios na Internet que, até pelo nome dos mesmos, dá para ver que não são credíveis - ou que são até mesmo ridículos - ficando, consequentemente, um ignorante nestes assuntos, que vá pela primeira vez tentar averiguar algum facto não reportado pelos média de massas, com a ideia de que quem anda a escrever (mais extensivamente) sobre aquele assunto estranho de que ouviu falar são mas é uma cambada de "teóricos da conspiração".
(Sendo que, embora não admitindo esta companhia que o tem vindo já a fazer, temos <aqui> a mesma a admitir recentemente que vai começar a fazê-lo.)
Assim como, quem use frequentemente este motor de busca em localidades/computadores diferentes, já poderá ter reparado que, não só as sugestões que aparecerem são dependentes do que andou a pessoa anteriormente a pesquisar sobre, como os próprios resultados são diferentes, consoante o endereço IP que está a ser usado (e têm também <aqui> uma admissão de que é isso mesmo que acontece). Sendo esta a razão pela qual, quando queremos alertar alguém sobre algo, convém sempre providenciar hiperligações específicas - e não apenas dizer a tal pessoa que use certos termos de pesquisa neste conhecido motor de busca.
Mas, se este tipo de manipulação (por parte de um motor de busca com ligações à CIA e à NSA) não parece ser suficiente para manter as pessoas desinformadas - escondendo delas as hiperligações mais relevantes - eis que - no decorrer do pânico que se está a instalar entre o poder estabelecido, causado pela crescente quantidade de pessoas que tem vindo a prestar mais atenção à imprensa alternativa (e da subsequente campanha de difamação desta última imprensa, apelidando-a de emissora de "notícias falsas") - tivemos uma nova evolução...
A rotulação, pura e dura, de sítios de notícias na Internet, que tenta dizer que alguns dos sítios que são alvo desta rotulação não são de confiança(!) (semelhante ao que já começa a ser feito pela Amazon com certos livros mais incómodos).
E, têm <aqui> um artigo que explica o que irá, no futuro próximo, começar a observar-se neste muito conhecido motor de busca.

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colocado por Fernando Negro às 22:39

Quase 60 estudos científicos "revistos por pares", publicados este ano, demonstraram que não há aquecimento global antropogénico

06.06.17

‘Global Warming’ Is a Myth, Say 58 Scientific Papers in 2017

[Breitbart] by James Delingpole - 6 Jun 2017

“Global warming” is a myth — so say 80 graphs from 58 peer-reviewed scientific papers published in 2017.

In other words, the so-called “Consensus” on global warming is a massive lie. And Donald Trump was quite right to quit the Paris agreement which pretended that the massive lie was true.

By “global warming” these papers don’t, of course, mean the mild warming of around 0.8 degrees Celsius that the planet has experienced since the middle of the 19th century as the world crawled out of the Little Ice Age. Pretty much everyone, alarmists and skeptics alike, is agreed on that.

Rather, they mean “global warming” in the sense that is most commonly used today by grant-troughing scientists, and huxter politicians, and scaremongering green activists, and brainwashed mainstream media (MSM) environmental correspondents. “Global warming” as in the scary, historically unprecedented, primarily man-made phenomenon which we must address urgently before the icecaps melt and the Pacific islands disappear beneath the waves and all the baby polar bears drown.

What all these papers argue in their different ways is that the alarmist version of global warming — aka Catastrophic Anthropogenic Global Warming (CAGW) — is a fake artefact.

That is, all these different experts from around the world — China, Russia, Canada, the U.S., Italy, etc. — have been looking closely at different aspects of the global warming puzzle in various regions and on different timescales and come to the conclusion in irreproachable, peer-reviewed scientific ways that there is no evidence to support the global warming scare story.

Late 20th century and early 21st century global warming, they show, is neither dramatic, nor unusual, nor scary.

Here, as collated by Kenneth Richard at No Tricks Zone, are just some of the charts to prove it.

Büntgen et al, below, shows that temperatures in the northern hemisphere were warmer in the early 1400s than they are today.

Holocene-Cooling-Northern-Hemisphere-Temps-Büntge


Abrantes et al (below) confirms the traditional view — which Michael Mann tried to dismiss with his discredited Hockey Stick chart — that the Medieval Warming Period was warmer than anything we have experienced in our own era.

Holocene-Cooling-Northern-Hemisphere-Abrantes-17-1


Here’s one from Li et al showing that China was much warmer 8,000 years ago:

Holocene-Cooling-China-East-Yangtze-Region-Li-2017


Here’s an unusual one from Guillet et al suggesting that there’s nothing new about wildly early or late grape harvests through the centuries:

Holocene-Cooling-France-Grape-Harvest-Date-Guillet


And on and on it goes — there are 80 graphs in all, each showing in its different way why the scare about global warming has been horribly overdone because the evidence just doesn’t support its being unusual or a problem. Several of the papers note that the primary influence on warming appears to be solar activity. Few, if any, entertain the notion that carbon dioxide levels have much to do with it.

The intellectually corrupt and mendacious alarmist science establishment — I’m thinking, for example, of my personal bete noir, the left-wing political activist and Nobel-prizewinning geneticist Sir Paul Nurse, former president of the Royal Society — would have us believe that climate skepticism is a minority activity, the preserve of a few cranks, championed only by people who don’t do the science. But this is just ugly propaganda.

Here are dozens of reputable scientists from around the world with no axe to grind collaborating on studies which all corroborate, independently and rigorously, the increasingly respectable view that “man-made global warming” just isn’t a thing.

Not that it ever was a thing, really. This debate — as I argue at some length in Watermelons — was always about left-wing ideology, quasi-religious hysteria, and “follow the money” corruption, never about “science.”

Still, it’s always a comfort to know that “the science” is on our side too.

They do so hate that fact, the Greenies.

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colocado por Fernando Negro às 23:27