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Article list

Software - Privacy

How to choose a browser for your daily use?
Lifting the veil - how to test browsers for spyware
Essential privacy (or other) addons
Forum Classification Project - which forums (don't) get in your way?
E-mail providers - which one to choose?
Fake privacy / security initiatives
Mozilla - Devil Incarnate
Search Engines - which one to choose?
Ninja's guide to the Internet
Bypassing the privacy chase
XMPP clients - usage and mitigation
Mitigating malicious websites
A rotating text signifying that an article is new Darknet setup in Slackware-based distros A rotating text signifying that an article is new

Software - Other

Useful Linux software you might not know about
Salix OS - a hidden gem among Linux distributions
Principles of bad software design
Linux Essentials
A rotating text signifying that an article is new Backing up and restoring operating systems A rotating text signifying that an article is new


Avoiding "The Botnet" - impossible?
Technological slavery
Capitalism will die - but will it take us with it?
The dangers of artificial intelligence
How capitalism destroys everything
The Enemy Who Surpasses The Law
Refuting Libertarianism
Coronavirus scare and the blueprint for slavery
The toxic schooling system
Contrarian Party

Video games

Sid Meier's Pirates - game recommendation
Short video game reviews
Favorite Video Game Soundtracks


MP3 players - buyer's guide
Juicer comparisons plus their marketing
Seeds of Deception (book review)


Nutrition tidbits
Formula 216 - exposing the fraud
Wikipedia is the Ministry of Truth
List of plants by juice yield
Smoleńsk / Warsaw massacre - the Polish 9 / 11

Community sites

These are sites belonging to current or previous members of the MUC, or other people I know:

Spyware Watchdog (clearnet) and onion || Eldritch Data (clearnet) and onion || Shadow Wiki (onion), I2P and clearnet || oreamnos (gopher) || shokara (clearnet) and onion || Duion || trbl || Verisimilitudes || Bornfree || Executing Reality (clearnet), onion and I2P || oneflux (onion) || puffy || laure (gemini) || kolya (CF) || Awaru || Bypass || Take Back Our Tech || Evil || Chadnet || Diego || Sprinkled Nights

Other sites I like

It can be hard to find treasure in the junkyard known as the Internet, so I will catalogue the ones I've encountered here:

Debunking Skeptics - Probably my favorite site on the Internet (except my own, of course ^_^). I was reading it religiously as a teenager, and it provided strong support towards my questioning of mainstream theories and their devout defenders; without that site, there would likely be no Dig Deeper. If you liked my Mozilla or Coronavirus reports, you will feel right at home on Debunking Skeptics. Covers many fringe topics, such as conspiracies, extrasensory perception, and life after death. Mostly famous for its total destruction of the so-called "rational skeptics", pretty much making them look like total idiots. Sadly hasn't been updated in a long time, but all the reports in there are still very relevant today.

Eugene McCarthy - Are humans the hybrids of chimpanzees and pigs? Finally, we have a scientific explanation for humanity's existence that fits the pieces extremely well together without all the pitfalls of mainstream theories. Take the pigpill!

Ciphers by Ritter - Best cryptography resource out there, by a mile. Explains the basics thoroughly and in a way that's easy to understand. Debunks myths and covers stuff that other sites don't dare to touch. Clearly, the author has a deep understanding of the topic.

Raymond Peat's site - Writings of biologist Ray Peat, mostly covering human physiology and nutrition, but drifting into other related topics (including relevant conspiracies) sometimes. Extremely well thought-out and researched; compared to regular nutrition sites, it's in another stratosphere.

Miles Mathis - One of the best sources out there for exposing staged events such as shootings, elections, and of course the fake pandemic. Though he tends to go on rants and sometimes spends too much time on things that don't really matter (IMO) such as numerology or some other weird patterns. Still, clearly a smart and unique guy that digs deep, even in places other people don't dare to go (check out his Stephen Hawking report, for example - and prepare to have your mind blown to pieces). Also includes some physics stuff that allegedly refutes modern science, but I can't confirm it as I don't really understand it.

The Cave of Dragonflies - Look at the beautiful, old-school design! And the lovely style switcher! Imagine the effort, which has to be appreciated in the age of soydevism. Also, maintaining a Pokemon site for 20 (!) years is really impressive. Though it also has other useful content like HTML tutorials. And yet, the site hasn't managed to rack up even 10 million views during its entire existence. Sad.

Tech blogs

These might have some political or other content, as well, but are primarily or at least significantly tech-related.

Werwolf || Unix Sheikh || sadgrl || Aral Balkan || sysdfree || Udonya || Ryo || Wrongthink || TheAnonymouseJoker || Koshka || ijver

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