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Tuesday, January 8, 2013

Friend Asked Me About Fast and Furious

This was the original question posed to me on Facebook by one of my friends from back home. As a contextual note, this person has been on the right and republican-ish for a long time. But more and more this person comes to me for my opinion and slowly their eyes are opening up. I have to admit, the Obama administration has a lot to do with their willingness to listen!

"If you are familiar with the "Fast and Furious" investigation, or lack there of, please tell me if I am crazy to think that the current penalties handed by the DoJ (headed up by non other than Eric Holder) against HSBC for the laundering of billions in drug cartel money, might be a little bit sketchy! I'm thinking there is something way deeper! To have a investigation into the transportation of guns into the cartels hands, as well as the laundering of money, and the only result is no investigation and a $1.2 billion dollar fine? You mean to tell me no one is in jail yet..... Who is really behind all this?"

And the following is my response to this person, and I thought I'd share with you:

In my humblest opinion, at the lower level this was a legitimate gun sting operation. At the very highest levels this was a planned "False Flag" event. It was to be used to demonize the 2nd Amendment and change the culture of gun ownership through fear. As Eric Holder said back in 1995: "Really brainwash people into thinking about guns in a vastly different way." This is coming from the guy who was Deputy Attorney General during Waco disaster.

As for the penalty handed down to that bank, it seems to me to be a scape goat effort to quell the outrage. Especially considering other large US banks have also been caught, such as Wachovia laundering over 378 Billion in drug money( But even if they "fined" every single bank involved, it really does nothing to penalize the people responsible. The bank is a corporation that will just pass the cost of the fine on to customers or employees, such as what Bank of America did (or tried to do) with the 5 dollar debit fee after getting fined.

"Since the 2006 crackdown on cartels that the United States urged on, between 35,000 and 40,000 people have been killed by drug violence in Mexico alone."( The DoJ needs to CRIMINALLY PROSECUTE and JAIL people involved, from bank heads to government officials that green lighted this terrible program. But it is kind of hard to do that when the people involved were most likely among the top ranks of the DoJ in the first place.

Lastly, If US banks will launder their money, and US government arms them with fully automatic rifles and hand grenades, who is helping them ship their narcotics all over the US? The CIA has been accused of trafficking drugs to fund black ops that they do not want to divulge to Congress. They even address the accusation on their official website(

When it comes down to it, this event is just one in a string of large scale disasters that ALL stink of nefarious intentions and inconsistent facts. Just research WTC Building 7 if you have any doubts about that.

-The Slavic Libertarian
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Wednesday, January 2, 2013

My First Official Censorship(Really was Exploited)!

 **UPDATE #3** 07Jan2013

Well it looks like the exploiters really don't like me. I just got hit with my SECOND suspension over this ridiculous behavior. Getting really tired of it!

Other people have hit their max follows and NOT been suspended, correct? I see people have been doing it constantly. That is the ONLY thing I can think of that could have caused it other than this exploit.

Oh well,  I sent a complaint into Twitter about it. I am just worried they will permanently ban my account over theses exploits!

BTW: It seems like I always get suspended after I get into an argument with a Liberal... hm......

**UPDATE #2**

After getting involved with the TGDN movement that has been sweeping Twitter for the past few days, I came across this article. It seems more and more that I was a victim of this exploit. If this exploit is targeted, I was definitely censored. Not by Twitter directly, but by a person who did not like what I had to say, using Twitter in an abuse way. You decide...


Greetings Everyone!

I am proud to report that I have officially been handed my first censorship at the hands of Twitter. 

As you can see from the picture below, I was cited for "multiple unsolicited mentions to other users". Below the black line is what "Twitter Rules" constitutes the violation I was cited for.

As you can see by my Twitter feed, nothing I have done in my Twitter history would be considered "large numbers of duplicate @replies or mentions" or "large numbers of unsolicited @replies or mentions in an attempt to spam". Twitter did not tell me what specifically I was suspended for or who reported me for my "activity".

Funny thing is, the only person I have sent multiple unsolicited "@mention" or "@replies" to was Mr. Piers Morgan. Again, as you can see by my feed, they were never duplicate or in a spamming fashion. All my mentions and replies to Mr. Morgan were spread out over long periods of time.

Another funny thing about it, I have also created a YouTube video that is very critical of Mr. Morgan... hhhmm...

Well my account was suspended at approximately 5p.m. Mountain while I was asleep. I unlocked my account at 12a.m., it is now past 1a.m. and I still have no Followers or Following. Oh, but it "could take at least 1 hour for your list to repopulate".

Even if this was an automated response by Twitter to complaints against me, it shows how effective I have been. The people I am critical of can not argue their flawed points against me, so they report me for "spam".

Twitter, if this what an automated response, you need to seriously review how your suspensions are handed out. Twitter needs develop a system to make sure complaints are valid and substantive. If this suspension was reviewed by a representative and still handed down to me, shame on you Twitter for censoring me in blatant disregard of your own "rules".

Do not ever let them shut you up!

-The Slavic Libertarian
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Thanks to Vandaloo Titan, He pointed that the pictured activity below may have been the reason I was suspended. As pictured above: "If you send large numbers of unsolicited @replies or mentions in an attempt to spam a service or link"

As you can see, in two seperate tweets, I mentioned 11 people, of whom I interact with on a regular basis. If this is the reason I was suspended, was it justified?

Again, all we can do is speculate because Twitter does not disclose the specific event you are being cited for.