How to Survive the Internet

With the internet gaining new regulations and Government oversight we all need to know how to be able to connect when the internet goes dark. Government hasn't been able to do a single thing correct and giving it regulatory commission over the once free internet there is only a matter of time until we are restricted into where and what we can do online. Thankfully there has been what is known as the Deep Web which is as old as the internet itself. Here you can find and say whatever you want. You're connected through proxy which basically means you connect to the relay or internet through an IP address which isn't yours. For example: using my home connection through AT&T my IP will not change and shows up as something like 107.345.67.237 with this information mostly anyone can target my general location and other information about who I am and where I'm located. Connecting online through a proxy now my IP address shows up as for example and shows I'm connecting from Spain or some other country or state. This makes it nearly impossible for big brother or anyone else to watch over your internet activity (unless you're connected to a government run proxy)

    In the old days you would have to manually configure your router and browser to the proxy and then through trial and error hopefully be able to connect. The good folks over at the TOR Project  have eliminated the manual labor and technicalities. Head over to their website and download the TOR bundle and you're all set. Make sure to donate anything you can because I'm telling you the internet as we know it will soon be gone forever and this will be all we have. They need support just like all independent media, artist do. The term Net Neutrality is a form of doublespeak meant to make you think one way and do another. Like the Patriot Act which eliminated the bill of rights there was nothing patriotic about it. This language is used by the social engineers to put you at ease before they stab you in the back and laugh over the bloody corpse. The 300+ page regulations have not been released or publicly debated yet this being hailed as some victory for freedom. If it's not broke don't fix it and I can only hope through public pressure we can redact the government takeover of the internet.

                                                       RIP Internet 1990-2015

Once you're online through TOR this is the best place to start http://zqktlwi4fecvo6ri.onion

See you on the deepweb

-set up proxy chains beforehand-
$ cd /etc vim proxychains.conf
‪#‎unhash‬ which service you'd like to use and add proxies SOCKS5 SOCKS4 etc...
$ service tor start
$ /etc proxychains 'any service like ping, nmap, firefox and so on'

                                                                                                               -Sodaghar 2/28/15    

Internet RIP by Ron Paul

 Today the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), a non-elected federal government agency, voted three-to-two to reclassify broadband Internet as a common carrier service under Title II of the Communications Act. This means that – without the vote of Congress, the peoples’ branch of government – a federal agency now claims the power to regulate the Internet.

I am surprised that even among civil liberties groups some claim the federal government increasing regulation of the Internet somehow increases our freedom and liberty.
 The truth is very different. The adoption of these FCC rules on the Internet represents the largest regulatory power grab in recent history. The FCC’s newly adopted rule takes the most dynamic means of communication and imposes the regulatory structure designed for public utilities. Federal regulation could also open the door to de facto censorship of ideas perceived as threatening to the political class – ideas like the troops should be brought home, the PATRIOT Act should be repealed, military spending and corporate welfare should be cut, and the Federal Reserve should be audited and ended.

The one bright spot in this otherwise disastrous move is that federal regulations making it more difficult to use the Internet will cause more Americans to join our movement for liberty, peace, and prosperity. The federal government should keep its hands off of the Internet!

                                                                                            - Ron Paul 2/26/15