Thursday 31 August 2023



Over the past 15 years I’ve had five Facebook accounts which is quite a lot for an introvert who doesn’t even like Facebook.

My original one was called “Wheels Sift” and was set up in 2007 using a burner email. Even back then I knew it was best to be as anon as possible online. In the early days FB was relatively free and uncensored and I posted a lot of anti-vax and “conspiracy” stuff as well as some fairly deranged and out there content that wouldn’t be allowed on any mainstream social media platforms these days.

The official history of FB is entirely fabricated to hide it’s origins as a Mossad/CIA social programming platform, but it appears to have been initially trialed on American university students from around 2004 while the mind controlled C-grade actor known as “Mark Zuckerburg” (fake name) was set up as the front man. The same process was later repeated with “Elon Musk”

Prior to 2007 I had been using MySpace, and FB had just started to overtake MySpace when I started using it. For the first couple of years my account worked quite well but over time they started censoring more content, and then in 2010 my entire account just disappeared. Presumably FB deleted it. (I don't have any screenshots from that account)


For some reason I set up a new account in 2010 using my real name and mainly became “friends” with people I knew or had some connection with in “real life” (so I only had about 200 “friends”). That was a mistake! For the first few years things mostly didn’t go too badly although I did have a few big online fall-outs. But from around 2014 when I was increasingly posting “anti-vax” content I found out that most of my “friends” were not on the same page as me at all, and about half of them unfriended me.

In 2016 I stopped using FB altogether and moved mainly to the blockchain site Steemit. I thought of FB as just being a platform for mind programmed sheeple and for a while enjoyed getting paid to post on a blockchain instead. But when the covidhoax got going in 2019 I went back to FB, still using my real name account, and found 500 like minded new “friends”. 

Then I let rip, using that account regularly for two years, before it finally dawned on me that posting anti-vax, anti-government, and anti-covid content using my real name on a deep state platform while living in NZ was not a good idea. In November 2021 I did one last post but otherwise stopped using that account.


Tom Anderson is the name of the guy who founded MySpace and was the first friend for all new account sign ups. But the main reason I called myself Tom Anderson was because of Neo in “The Matrix” whose real name was Thomas Anderson. 

Once that account was set up I quickly re-friended my 500 new friends who knew what day it was, and started letting rip again. But by this time FB was cracking down and my account kept getting suspended. It rapidly became clear I needed a backup account so I could rotate them.


For obvious reasons “Greg Anderson” seemed like a suitable name for my next account. For the next 18 months I swapped back and forth between being “Tom” and “Greg” as the accounts were constantly suspended. But I did manage to learn faster than FB’s AI and eventually I got to the point where I could mostly work out what would get my account suspended and alter it as required. 

That, combined with FB relaxing their censorship as their usage declined with the total balls up that is Meta, has meant that I've now managed to be “Greg” for six months straight with no suspensions or black listings.


Early in 2023 when both my accounts were suspended I set up another account named “Ian Anderson” (leader of Jethro Tull) as a third back up account but as things worked out I never ended up needing to use that account, and my friend list on it is only about half done.



Wednesday 30 August 2023


This is not one of those rhetorical questions where I immediately answer "Yes, obviously they have overplayed their hands because every last thing they say or do is utter bullshit, and it's so glaringly obvious that nobody will believe it". Yes, it's certainly true that everything they say is bullshit, but at the same time a large part of the population are either mind controlled or retarded, or both, to such an extent that it doesn't seem to matter how obvious the bullshit is, they will believe whatever they are told.

At this point controlled opposition shills like Alex Jones are mouthing off about how the globalists are about to bring in a new round of the covidhoax, with more lock-downs, new batches of the death jabs, and a new push to get everyone to wear submission muzzles again. But everything puppets like Alex Jones reveal is exactly what the globalists want us to hear. While I suspect they do want to do all of those things, telling us and having us freaking out about them only helps their cause. If they do manage to pull the scam off again, this time it is likely to be more divisive than last time because battle lines such as masktards vs. people with some capacity for thought have now hardened up quite a bit.

Which brings me to my next question - if they do roll out covidhoax round two, is it tactically better for us go hard out?. Last time when asked where my mask was, I would say I had an exemption, but if this crap happens again I won't being doing anything as subservient as that. It will be a question of do I reply "I don't wear muzzles" or something more aggressive like "Fuck off numbnuts" There are two opposing viewpoints on this, as with everything. They, the globalist scum, clearly aim to divide society, and getting us all in a constant state of war with each other helps with that. So should we take that into account and behave in a more zen like fashion?

Opposed to that line of thinking, is the fact that most of the submissive gimps who did what they were told last time, are spineless and will crack if put under intense and unwavering personal pressure. And like many people I'm wondering if it would have been better to tell more of them to get fucked last time. Does each step towards subservience bring us closer to enslavement? I'm inclined to think that if it happens again, there will be a bit of both, but if any fucker asks where my mask is, I may be a powder keg waiting to explode and bets are off how things will go.

The globalist scum are cunning, but they are always trying to out deceive each other. And that will hopefully lead to their demise. I'm picking whatever the next round is, it will be more heated that the last one. But we have an excellent opportunity right now to expose centuries of deceptions, so this could be a wild time. Let's do this.


Monday 28 August 2023


Jamie Lee Curtis has raised her son as a daughter.

This is all totally normal and anyone who thinks that Jamie or Lee are male names, or that "she" looks like a man, or that more than half the Hollywood elite are inverts is a conspiracy theorist.

You would have to be crazy to think this hot actress looks like a man...

 But like many things, "Transvestigations" have become part of operation chaos and nothing is what it appears. What initially got me wondering about Jamie Lee Curtis (apart from her insider family connections, and all that creepy shit with her deranged looking son in drag) was the movie "A Fish Called Wanda" (1988). 
I really like that movie, it's hilarious, and Jamie Lee Curtis stars in it. It's the only movie I've ever seen with her in, she spent most of her career doing "slasher flicks" which I have no interest in. 
In one scene in "A Fish Called Wanda" she dresses as a man, with a fake mustache. But the more interesting parts are where she appears just in her underwear. Without the big padded shoulders she usually wears, she is still tall and thin with long limbs, and she has a fairly large head with a big jaw. But she also has some female curves including hip and lower back curves. Unless she is using an excellent body double in those scenes I think she does look like a biological female.
So what is going on? My best guess is that she is really female but is intentionally trying to appear more masculine, as well as working the tranny son angle, all to create more confusion. There are lots of trannies in Hollywood, but playing both sides is always a key Illuminati tactic. So I'll put Jamie Lee Curtis in the "too hard" basket for now. But if you haven't seen it, "A Fish Called Wanda" (1988) is well worth a download!

Sunday 27 August 2023

Saturday 26 August 2023


Going back about 10 years I was often asked basic computer questions by family and friends. Not because I was some sort of geek guru, but because I’d been using computers since the 90’s and knew some of the basics. But all that changed when Microsoft 10 came out in 2015. I’d already refused to use Windows 8 in 2013, but with Windows 10 I could see that my use of all things Microsoft was going to be ending with Windows 7.

While most people “upgraded” to Windows 10, I just said NO and stuck with Windows 7. I still use Windows 7 to this day, along with Linux Mint and Android. And I still refuse to use Windows 10 or 11 which I regard as pure spyware. So my days of being someone you might ask for help with your computer are pretty much over really, which is fine with me because I always struggled with the tech side of things anyway.

But one area of computing I still seem to be asked about quite regularly is Internet Browsers. What do I recommend? OK, here goes, this post is could easily be pretty boring, so I might have to throw in some hot arse pics, or fast cars, or ugly transvestites or something to rev it up a bit. And I’ll try to keep the tech stuff as simple as possible.

Here is what I use. On Windows 7 I use Firefox as default with Vivaldi as #2. Truth is I prefer Vivaldi but they pulled support for Windows 7 early in 2023 and because there are no updates, occasionally there are minor problems on some sites. Firefox on the other hand, still updates and runs happily with Windows 7.

On Linux and Android where Vivaldi is up to date and running happily, I can still run things how I prefer – Vivaldi as default and Firefox as #2. Vivaldi is not a particulary widely known or popular browser, so why do I rate it so highly? I have found it works better than any other browser I’ve tried (and I’ve tried most of them) and because it is so good for customising I can set it up exactly how I like. It’s just another Chromium based browser, but they did such a good job with it, that to me, every other browser feels like a step down.

Any browser will need a few add ons – some essentials I recommend are U-block Origin, Ad blocker Ultimate, and Ad Blocker for YouTube (yes I run three ad blockers) as well as Raindrop for bookmarks.

These are some browsers I think are worth a look:

BRAVE – A pretty good browser but lacks some features that are only on Vivaldi. It eventually fixed it’s annoying “need to upgrade to Win 10 notification” and has good speed & privacy, but the sync has never worked well. It only works on 64 bit computers and keeps pushing the Win 10+ narrative. And the rewards system is bogus, for numpties who want to make a few cents looking at ads (turn it off in settings). But it is stylish and fast, I’d give it number one in both those categories.

DISSENTER – It was a pretty cool browser but as of 2021 the project was abandoned and these days a lot of sites won’t work with it. At it’s peak it worked really well and had the best display of any browser on some sites (like Facebook). I’m just including it here as an honorable mention, it is totally out of date now and mostly not working anymore.

FIREFOX – From v.109 Firefox got it’s shit together again, it still has the best menu system & it’s the only browser that runs on all operating systems including 32 bit Win 7. For old computers Firefox is best. It is not open source and has connections to Google, so it may be spying, but it looks like the original Firefox browser with the well designed top menu system dating back to 2000 so I feel at home on it.

LIBREFOX – A Firefox based privacy browser that runs on Linux or Win 10/11 but not on Win 7 or Android – a better option for a privacy browser that the horrible Tor. I use this on Linux instead of Waterfox, but this is a full on privacy browser more like Tor than Waterfox, not an everyday browser as it wipes everything each restart, so I only use it when I want to be anon.

VIVALDI – Until recently this was my default browser on all platforms. Everything can be customized, & sync works really well. It’s still my favourite browser on Android & Linux. But the default inbuilt strong ad blocker can trigger issues on some sites – if that happens switch to a browser set up without strong ad blockers. Vivaldi sometimes also has Windows 7 (unsupported) problems on some sites (that is why I moved to Firefox as my default on Win 7)

WATERFOX – An open source version of Firefox without the Google spywear – my first choice of the Firefox forks on Win 7 – It works with Firefox add ons & is faster than Firefox. It offers two versions of its software: Classic and Current. The Classic only works for “legacy” systems (Win 7). But, its Current version is for latest Windows 10 or 11 & gets updated regularly. It won’t install on Linux or Android so it’s only suitable as a privacy browser on Windows 7 – but they are planning an Android version soon.

Some other browsers that suck

And these are some of the remaining browsers that I think suck and are best avoided like the plague (or “covid jabs”):

CHROME – The default browser on Android phones & the most popular browser in the world, but this is full on Google spywear data harvesting. I think it is utter shit all branded with a nice 666 logo, and I prefer to never install it on any computer.

CHROMIUM – The open source original version of Chrome and the basis for all the other Chromium based browsers, but even this was started by Google and I don’t like it either. And it still has the evil 666 logo & woketard themes.

DOLPHIN – A touchscreen browser for Apple & Android with gesture controls – it has had privacy issues & is just considered to be an upgrade for Safari (which wouldn’t be hard)

DUCKDUCKGO – Yes this is also a browser as well as a search engine. Originally just a dodgy android browser, this is now a developing privacy browser with a built in YouTube tracking blocker, but it doesn’t work with other extensions at this point.

MICROSOFT EDGE – The default browser on Windows 10 & 11, and as expected, a steaming pile of spywear crap – a lame joke that clueless windows users still use, making it third most popular browser

MICROSOFT INTERNET EXPLORER – The worst browser of all time, discontinued in 2022 – even Microsoft hate it

OPERA – On Win 10/11 or Linux, it works OK. It actually used to be a pretty good independent browser but these days is just another Chrome based browser with sidebars (which I don’t like) & “new features” as it’s main claims to fame. Opera’s key problems include an ever increasing range of bugs on Windows 7, and the Opera management are total woketards. Also the search engine keeps defaulting back to google, (a known problem with Opera, & they have signed a deal with Google), extensions don’t show on toolbar by default and have to be pinned, and if you hide or autohide the sidebar or it turns off the menu (this is another known bug) . And the annoying side bar menu system can’t be hidden or the whole menu disappears

PALE MOON – A fork of Firefox, an attempt to recreate the old Firefox, but new extensions don’t work with it, so it’s a total lemon – totally inferior to Waterfox

SAFARI – Apple’s bogus spywear browser – as of 2021 it can no longer run on Windows but it always sucked anyway. Strictly for appletards.

TOR – The Onion Browser – Full privacy but runs very slow – this browser is for privacy rather than convenience and trying to use it is a pain in the arse. It is based on Firefox & uses Firefox themes and add ons, but oddly the menu system is chrome based, so in that regard it’s the only browser that is Firefox based with the ugly Chrome hamburger menu. It is blocked by some sites so not everything works. When using Tor your ID is blocked and many sites don’t allow that. Each time Tor is restarted everything is wiped, cookies, history, log ins, pinned tabs, the lot. So as a daily browser it’s unusable.

TORCH – A complete dog of a browser – avoid like an alien anal probe.

Congratualtions, you made it to here, here are some pictures to get you firing on all cylinders again:

As promised, a hot arse:

A fast car:

An ugly tranny (or three):