Stop posting pornography

Stop posting pornography

Postby Freeman Stephen » Fri Jun 24, 2022 8:28 am

Has anyone tried logging in through a regular internet connection recently?

Apparently, this is an adult site and you need to provide personally identifying information to access it.

I'm personally disappointed that there isn't more poonpics on the site to justify the censorship but why would they ban children from seeing it? Surely it's not because it contains content that is critical of the government and the system. Surely they would not be indoctrinating children into a false belief there is somehow democracy. Surely if there was nothing to hide, it really would be democratic. The criticisms would be noticed and righted and by mechanisms such as this censored website, those in power could be held to account.

It must be we who are the right wing extremists right?
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Re: Stop posting pornography

Postby iamani » Fri Jun 24, 2022 3:01 pm

Hi Freeman Stephen

Yes, the site went down for a few days i think on the tenth of June. Nothing particularly unusual about that, has happened several times  -  there's usually a white-screen message for server error or whatnot and the admin usually have the site back up within a few days.

This time it was different... when i tried to access the site i got a white-screen message stating: Forbidden!

A day later and it said something less draconian but still - no site. A day or two after that i got the yellow-screen with the white box stating that "...this site's security certificate is not trusted" and suggesting that bad things might happen if i access the site, and two buttons  -  one labelled 'proceed anyway' and 'back to safety'...!!!

i've seen the yellow-screen message before when clicking on links connected to truth-sites-and-channels and it's clearly meant to deter  -  it didn't ask me for any personal details though, so maybe there's something else going on for you?

When i click from the yellow-screen to 'proceed anyway' it takes me to the site  -  but makes it difficult for me to copy-paste the text in the posts. But when i access the site from the predictive-text suggestions that appear as i type in the search-bar, i can copy-paste no problem... which is odd...

...and it made me wonder  -  why now? Why actively discourage access to this site at the time that they did...?

Any ideas on that, FS?

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Re: Stop posting pornography

Postby Freeman Stephen » Sun Jun 26, 2022 8:25 pm

That has to do with your browser which blocks access to sites which do not have an SSL certificate, letting you access it if you specifically know it isn't HTTPS but only HTTP (as in the old regular internet).

What I'm talking about is internet censorship on the ground of sites not being suitable for children. This is why I mention pornography as this is the grounds on which their proclaimed right to censor content subsists.

It's not just pornography though.

FMOTL.COM is not the only site being affected by what looks like the BBFC attempting to prevent under 18s and people who cant be bothered switching off the filter from seeing things where human rights are mentioned.

CLAIMINGHUMANRIGHTS.ORG is a very good example as it is a website run by UNESCO regarding human rights in Africa and the BBFC (or whoever the ISPs are getting their blacklists from) have declared it is unsuitable for children. They dont blacklist gambling sites but they do ban anything where the systems are being criticised in ways that those the censorship agencies work for do not themself control.

Its not just children affected, as the idea that there are websites that aren't suitable for children suggests there is something nefarious going on and it might seem an embarrassing thing to phone up your ISP to have the child lock switched off since it may suggest you want to look at terrorist material or spank your monkey. This censorship is the default, even if you have an account and pay by credit card demonstrating your age so to get the censorship switched off, you have to talk to someone on the other side of the phone and if you start saying "its because you want to look at sites with regard to human rights", they will think you are pretending to be a conspiracy nut so you can avoid saying you want to tickle your banger. It is a very clever diplomatic means of censoring the internet, and we do have to be careful about all those internet paedophiles who will shag your children if the government doesn't control the flow of information right?

YouTube is useless as a communication platform because you will be lucky to find the content you were looking for in the swamp of rubbish they want you to see and if you comment on a video, there's no guarantee the person you are sending it to is actually able to see it. I don't mean its getting "scrolled" but that its just disappearing or not showing up on their list of comments. I only mention YouTube here as an example of the kind of practices going on with those kinds of websites being sponsored by governments who give "free money" to people, which is programmed to be spent only on those big tech platforms. It appears in the records that people are spontaneously using those platforms when in reality, they are giving government money to platforms violating "what used to be" international law because the governments will not sponsor platforms that they themselves (or their above democracy owners) don't control. You will not hear bitchute or minds being advertised on the BBC and the people consuming the BBC can believe there is no advertising while there is massive product placement for Microsoft, Facebook, Twitter and even the Queen has did some advertising for Instagram.

I'm just giving V a heads up that this site is on a blacklist of human rights websites which does not officially exist.
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