Your comments, and why you’re the only one who ever sees them.

Hi Tap, 
I think you may recognise this problem as flagged by Jim Stone.  OSIRIS.

The cold hard reality is that for many people the web is entirely synthetic, a false reality existing on a supercomputer which spoofs their entire online reality and sections them off from connecting with anyone who will not be able to verify tampering in the real world. If you cannot call an individual, it is virtually assured your dissenting e-mail with totally new info will never make it, and that your posts to comment sections and forums are visible to only you and no one else if they do not reflect what the elite want the public to think.

I have been manually logging the comments on even my own forum, with NO ONE having delete priviledges, to attempt to troubleshoot problems and in only 24 hours over 100 comments are missing, with 109 showing and 239 made. This was over the slowest period of the week, Saturday into Sunday. People are complaining that the forum lost it´s spark. I have sat down and manually logged exactly why. And what is worse, when the comments get vaporized, they are not even passing through the delete log. The only way I can prove something is amiss is to record on paper the number going in to the number that is actually showing. With the top half of the best of the best erased, it’s no wonder why the forum is missing a little spark.
Yet no one is saying their own comments are gone, which means everyone who is posting can see their own comments in full, and are probably wondering why they are not getting any response from other people on the forum. This is accomplished by having the forum replicated many many times on a supercomputer somewhere, with a separate reality for everyone posting to it. This type of government tampering is now commonplace, my site is not the only one affected by this and the system that was supposed to be able to accomplish this went active in 2009.

This system was put in place to “steer public opinion” and was briefly discussed in even the mainstream press and then slipped into the censorship black hole, and since I was not doing the news section of this web site at the time I never recorded it – I just figured the news of this would always be available. It no longer is. But the evidence of this system in operation seems to be everywhere, and I just nailed it solidly by paying attention and manually recording what is going on with my own forum.
I urge all people with alternative news forums to watch the new comment numbers as they come in, record them, and then contrast that with the daily total. If the number does not match, then either the older parts of the forum are being systematically expunged or new comments are being holonetted shortly after they come in.

Since all forums exist on a database, the daily total will be caluclated against all comments in the database throughout history to the new number showing at the end of the day. In the past, when I went back and cleaned up shilled over sections that were a week old, those deleted comments would subtract from the CURRENT day’s total. So the destruction of your forum could be happening in secret, via government sponsored behind the scenes destruction of older relevant comments that not many people are paying attention to anymore but would normally be linked to by search engines. This has the effect of severely weakening the public effort to fight tyranny, by erasing the public´s past great works.

FURTHERMORE, because of all the secret back doors built into the various operating systems, your backups are not safe unless they are made and immediately un plugged from the host machine. I have documented that articles I have typed on my own computer and archived on backup have had edits made to them that I never did, to take the edge off of them. These edits involve the removal of links and changing of syntax and removal of any reference to anything solid, while skillfully making it appear to read as normal. It´s downright sinister. That nifty little instant search feature built into Windows and now into many distributions of Linux makes it dirt simple for a spook to log into your system, type keywords, and modify your archives. 
It is obvious that by now they would have a hidden automatic synchronize function built into the operating systems that will synchronize your backups and instantly replace them with the spook version the moment you plug your back up hard drive into a system that has had those files modified. In this day and age, where the lie is everything when it comes to the government and the zionist elite, you have to be thinking one step ahead and consider the types of things they might do next, which I have nailed them on repeatedly. When corruption becomes policy, it is YOU against the think tank.

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One Response to “Your comments, and why you’re the only one who ever sees them.”

  1. Dan says:

    There’s an easy answer to that one, you know: run your forum on your own hardware and keep an eye on the Apache logs for a while.

    If you do that, you’ll start to see why a fair few comments go walkies; there are a hell of a lot of spambots out there, and most of them are pale imitations of a functional human being. However, when your stock in trade is somewhat outre, as this blog is, you’re going to get outre comments.

    Now, there’re several ways to run a forum. There is what I might crudely call the “tighter than a duck’s arse” method, whereby a real human moderates the thing and all comments have to get past said human to get on. This is labour intensive, so many people use one of the other methods.

    Sticking a captcha image system onto a blog takes out a huge number of bots, but not all. Allowing Captcha-passed comments onto the blog, then periodically running a somewhat smarter anti-spam script on these comments is probably what is being done a lot of the time.

    This then lets the sysadmin play that old bean-counter game of “Let’s run the forum on an under-resourced box”. During peak times, the forum only does forum stuff; no anti-spam at all as it will be running near full CPU use, and more importantly the disks will be showing just a little I/O wait. Disk activity is very important; if the system starts thrashing its disks, that impacts lots of things.

    An anti-spam script will probably use a variant of bogofilter together with a blacklist, and probably differential scoring depending on where the comment-poster was geographically located, based on IP. That means a lot of looking up lists, so lots of memory cache gets used and disks get worked hard.

    You really do not want to be hunting spam at the same time as a forum is in peak use, so a lot of comments that the system would classify as spam will likely get onto the forum, sit there awhile until forum use drops off at night (peak internet use is about 10:00PM local time, minimum is 6:00AM local time), then get examined and binned by the spam-hunter robot.

    Of course, the forum could be run on a properly resourced system, but this is the key to it: NOBODY uses more resource (especially not on a virtualised server) than they can get away with not using; on virtualised kit such as Amazon provide, resource costs money and forums are squeaking along just on the advertising revenue, which ain’t all that much. Economy is key in this game, so it works as I described.

    You could of course run a forum without antispam, but the downside there is that the comments get jam-packed with spamming morons hawking fake viagra and goodness knows what, to the extent of being unusable. That drives away the visitors and as visitor page impressions is what is keeping the revenue to pay for this coming in, that kills the revenue. So, you’re stuck with crappy intermittent anti-spam.

    Just try to sound like a human in full possession of their marbles, and you’ll do OK.

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