John McAfee: “Every router in America has been compromised”

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read it and weep..

they have owned all of us..

dont look out for 1984..its already here..

nothing is private..everything is out there..

nice work john..

401

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~ by seeker401 on June 27, 2017.

4 Responses to “John McAfee: “Every router in America has been compromised””

  1. Shame on them! They need to go repent at the Facebook Church!

    http://www.cnbc.com/2017/06/26/mark-zuckerberg-compares-facebook-to-church-little-league.html?__source=xfinity

    • “Mark Zuckerberg wants Facebook groups to play an important role that community groups like churches… used to perform: Bringing communities together.”

      He is ignorant in so many ways. First, “used” is wrong. Churches still do. Facebook is not the body of Christ – what blasphemy to think so. And church is not simply about “bringing communities together” that is why God is beyond the reach of pagans. They only understand this world.

      Romans 12:4-5, “For just as we have many members in one body and all the members do not have the same function, so we, who are many, are one body in Christ, and individually members one of another.”

      • Facebook and the ‘church’ are similar in that they provide superficial entertainment .. the difference being that the ‘church’ does more damage ..

        How Conservative Christianity Can Warp the Mind

        “I am 30 years old and I am struggling to find sanity. Between the Christian schools, homeschooling, the Christian group home (indoctrinating work camp) and different churches in different cities, I am a psychological, emotional and spiritual mess.” —former evangelical

        If a former believer says that Christianity made her depressed, obsessive, or post-traumatic, she is likely to be dismissed as an exaggerator. She might describe panic attacks about the rapture; moods that swung from ecstasy about God’s overwhelming love to suicidal self-loathing about repeated sins; or an obsession with sexual purity.
        A symptom like one of these clearly has a religious component, yet many people instinctively blame the victim. They will say that the wounded former believer was prone to anxiety or depression or obsession in the first place—that his Christianity somehow got corrupted by his predisposition to psychological problems. Or they will say that he wasn’t a real Christian. If only he had prayed in faith believing or loved God with all his heart, soul and mind, if only he had really been saved—then he would have experienced the peace that passes all understanding.

        But the reality is far more complex. It is true that symptoms like depression or panic attacks most often strike those of us who are vulnerable, perhaps because of genetics or perhaps because situational stressors have worn us down. But certain aspects of Christian beliefs and Christian living also can create those stressors, even setting up multigenerational patterns of abuse, trauma, and self-abuse. Also, over time some religious beliefs can create habitual thought patterns that actually alter brain function, making it difficult for people to heal or grow.
        The purveyors of religion insist that their product is so powerful it can transform a life, but somehow, magically, it has no risks. In reality, when a medicine is powerful, it usually has the potential to be toxic, especially in the wrong combination or at the wrong dose. And religion is powerful medicine!

        http://www.alternet.org/belief/how-conservative-christianity-can-warp-mind

  2. The historic about Mac Afee is as huge as the Uber guy, parents’ sudden death or accidents or menaces….
    Being rich in a nwo crap’ crab trap is like singing god save the queen’s anthem that is beforeall just a french song haili to the king tune for healing his ass

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