Pakistan is blocking this blog/website

Hello,

A Pakistan authority has issued a demand to block your WordPress.com site:

https://angloamerica101.wordpress.com/

Unfortunately, we must comply to keep WordPress.com accessible for everyone in Pakistan. We will not be challenging this demand, but if you wish to discuss what the legal avenues of appeal may be, please get in touch as soon as possible. There is usually a very short period of time in which objections can be lodged.

As a result of this demand, your site is now inaccessible for Internet visitors originating from Pakistan. They will instead see a message explaining why the content was blocked.

Visitors from outside of Pakistan are not affected.

You and your readers may be interested in the following document for suggestions on bypassing Internet restrictions:

https://beatcensorship.wordpress.com/

For your reference, we have included a copy of the complaint. No reply is necessary, but please let us know if you have any questions.

— BEGIN NOTICE —
Dear WordPress Team,

I am writing on behalf of Web Analysis Team of Pakistan Telecommunication Authority (PTA) which has been designated for taking appropriate measures for regulating Internet Content in line with the prevailing laws of Islamic Republic of Pakistan.

In lieu of above it is highlighted that few of the webpages hosted on your platform are extremely Blasphemous and are hurting the sentiments of many Muslims around Pakistan. The URL’s mentioned are clearly in violation of Section 37 of Prevention of Electronic Crimes Act, 2016 and Section 19 of Constitution of Pakistan.

The below mentioned websites can be found on following URL’s:-

S.No

URL

[…]

26

https://angloamerica101.wordpress.com/2014/05/19/toronto-police-shut-down-draw-mohammed-day-2014/

[…]

You are requested to contribute towards maintaining peace and harmony in the world by discontinuation of hosting of these websites for viewership in Pakistan with immediate effect. We will be happy to entertain any query if deemed necessary and looking forward for your favorable response at your earliest.

Regards

Web Analysis Team
— END NOTICE —

Regards,

Aline F. – Community Guardian

WordPress.com

 

 

Bypassing Internet Restrictions

Access to the Internet is subject to restrictions in many countries. These range from the ‘Great Firewall of China’, to default content filtering systems in place in the UK. As a result, WordPress.com blogs can sometimes be inaccessible in these places. As far as we are concerned, that’s BS.

There are a number of ways available to bypass these restrictions. As part of our commitment to freedom of speech, we have listed some of the possibilities below. Bear in mind that the most effective route will depend on where you are connecting from.

While these methods are generally legal, you should always exercise caution when deciding to make use of them, and research the situation in the country you are connecting from first.

VPNs (Virtual Private Network)

VPN services allow you to connect to the Internet through their networks, rather than accessing websites directly. These connections are often encrypted, bypass restrictions that may be in place, and are often used for secure browsing.

Advantages

  • Depending on the VPN, users can enjoy anonymity in their web browsing.
  • Users from countries that routinely block traffic to and from certain sites within their borders (e.g., China, Russia, Iran) can bypass those restrictions by using a VPN.
  • Users concerned about government surveillance and third-party data capture and retention can use a VPN to mask their web activity. The most privacy-conscious VPNs don’t even keep data logs and thus have no user information or traffic to surrender to third-parties.

Disadvantages

  • VPNs add another layer of complexity to Internet access. Users will need to select from a number of different providers to find the right VPN that meets their needs; download additional software to their computers or mobile devices; and configure the software.
  • Not all VPNs provide complete anonymity. Some may log traffic or user data. If it’s a paid VPN service, credit card and other payment information may be linked to individual user accounts, compromising user security and privacy.
  • Performance and connectivity can be much slower than standard network connections. In some cases, users may find themselves having to log in multiple times during a session.

VPN Examples

Some examples of popular VPN services are below. You should make sure to explore the best service for your own situation before making any decisions on what to use.

Setting up VPNs

Each VPN provider will have different ways to connect to their service. Some example instructions of how to set up VPN connections are below.

Windows 8: Set Up and Edit VPN Connections in Windows 8

OS X:

iOS (iPad, iPhone): iOS: Setting up VPN

Android: How to Connect to a VPN on Android

Tor

Tor is free software that routes an Internet connection through different locations around the web. This masks where you are connecting from, and bypasses the restrictions put in place by governments and Internet Service Providers. There are versions available for many different platforms, including Windows, Mac, iPhone, and Android.

While similar to VPN software in many ways, Tor is distinct in that it relies on individual computers acting as nodes to route the connection through – rather than solely large commercial servers. As a result, connecting through Tor can be significantly slower than the speeds you may be used to.

More information can be found on the Tor website.

A groups of Canadian Eco-Fascists want to file criminal charges against “climate deniers”

http://www.nationalobserver.com/2015/12/03/news/breaking-ecojustice-files-complaint-competition-bureau-against-climate-denial-groups

Ecojustice, on behalf of a group of prominent Canadians, filed a complaint Thursday with the federal Competition Bureau, asking it to investigate false and misleading representations made by climate change denier groups.

 

In their application to the Commissioner of Competition, the group called for “a thorough, rigorous inquiry of the denier groups and their climate science misrepresentations.”

The group is also pressing for the commission to refer their application to the Attorney-General of Canada for criminal charges against the denier groups.

Ecojustice filed the complaint of behalf of Stephen Lewis, the former Canadian Ambassador to the UN and chair of the 1988 World Conference on the Changing Atmosphere; Tzeporah Berman, author and adjunct professor at York University; and Thomas Duck, an atmospheric scientist at Dalhousie University in Halifax.

Other complainants are David Schindler, the Killam Memorial professor of ecology at the University of Alberta; and Danny Harvey, an University of Toronto professor and Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change lead author.

The complaint cites The Friends of Science, The International Climate Science Coalition, and the Heartland Institute for misleading billboard advertisements, website representations and a poster made available as a free download on a website.

 

 

Northern Illinois University Blocks Students’ Access to Harmful Sites, For ‘Civility’

Northern Illinois University is restricting students’ access to certain websites. For their own good, of course. The internet is a dangerous place, and we wouldn’t want students inadvertently coming across something controversial, now would we?

Students who attempt to visit an unauthorized site through the campus network are redirected to a creepy“Web Page Access Warning.” The “warning” is that the students are about to go somewhere that probably violates NIU internet policy. One student reported the policy to Reddit after he received a warning for trying to access the Westboro Bapist Church’s Wikipedia page. That’s right, its Wikipedia page.

NIU cites “common sense, decency, ethical use, civility, and security,” as its various rationales for the policy. Yes, a public institution of higher learning believes that it is just common sense—and ethical—to dissuade students from visiting websites deemed harmful by administrators.

Susan Kruth of the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education writes that NIU’s internet policy is laughably unconstitutional:

 

http://reason.com/blog/2014/08/21/orwellian-university-blocks-students-acc

Duke’s mind control campaign looks to banning words and phrases

Duke University’s “You Don’t Say?” campaign totally hits the nail on the head; it’s the 21st century, and there’s some sh*t you just shouldn’t say anymore because it’s offensive and harmful to certain communities.

Through black and white images, the campaign highlights some seemingly “harmless” phrases often spoken to serve as a funny one-liner or emphatic end to a story.

But as the campaign shows, saying things like “no homo” and “don’t be a pussy” aren’t cool — instead, those phrases carry much deeper meanings and implications for the people they, meaning to or not, mention.

The posters always follow up with reasons it’s wrong to say these things, citing that the “no homo” epithet “delegitimizes love and sexual identities.” Similarly, something like calling someone a “bitch” insists that “femininity is inherently negative.”

These posters prompt people to stop and think for a moment about the implications of our words, and how even casually-thrown around phrases can be damaging to how society views people, or how those people think about themselves and the support they’re receiving from others.

“You don’t say” couldn’t be more right. Why don’t we stop saying this sort of stuff forever?

http://elitedaily.com/news/world/dukes-dont-say-campaign-looks-eliminate-offensive-sayings-every-day-speak-photos-2/

 

 

 

music video Blurred Lines – Robyn Thick

piss off a feminist by playing this song.

normally i would not embedd youtube videos because they slow down everything. this will be an exception

 

 

 

 

college feminazi cunt  get dj fired after play the song

http://www.upi.com/Odd_News/2014/04/14/UNC-student-gets-DJ-fired-for-playing-Blurred-Lines-at-Chapel-Hill-pub/2531397496924/

http://angrywhitedude.com/2014/04/unc-tarhole-filly-gets-dj-fired-playing-blurred-lines/