- Feb 26, 2013
Come on. There's plenty of sites to post or blog your views on the internet. There are some with advance features and others not. What I find most shocking is that they all have cliques that only want discussions to go one way. Plus the most popular ones are the ones where people are not too far outside of the mainstream in their views. This medium when challenged can get you in trouble on popular sites which shows there's a hidden control to the internet. I think there are cyber police on the internet and they may be at work while surfing the internet, blogging and logging down information, challenging certain posters or posts and providing disinformation. It's been revealed the CIA invented a Facebook just for Cuba where Cubans thought they were on FB but actually inside a shell virtual world ran by the CIA. The internet is not the revolution it may be in fact a way they track, monitor and strike out against dissenters.
Thanks for responding! ...
What's unique about us ... can you name like ... 3 things ... or 99 ...
Just wanna see what you see ... if'n i can ...
Okay, here's 3.
1. That respect is a rule, and what's more the #1 rule and it's actually enforced.
2. Though there are many disputes, most seem like they actually have a desire to get along because of what we have in common, which is being black.
3. Kemestry and his mookie campaign, and him wanting us to take it seriously.
EXTRA: 4. You, of course, and how lenient you are while still managing to keep things in check.