Titus Frost interviews hacker who found child porn on Comet Ping Pong servers (video)

Remember PizzaGate? It’s real.

Several years ago i was investigating a subject that i have come to call ‘the child torture for fun and profit industry’. If you want to know more about that, search the web for keywords like “WWASPS”, “Robert Litchfield”, “Mitt Romney and Robert Litchfield”, “Marvin Litchfield” and “teen behavioral modification”. As a result of my research i became aware of how widespread child trafficking and child pornography is and from my brief study of the Comet Ping Pong, it is blatantly obvious to me that there was far more to the PizzaGate story than what the mainstream media was divulging.

In this interview, a guy who claims to have broken into one of the Comet Ping Pong servers provides a detailed account of what he found and what has happened to him as a result of contacting law enforcement and the media, including an incident where a man dressed in camouflage and hiding in the bushes outside of his home was arrested by police at 3:30 AM. The whistle-blower/hacker claims that the server he compromised is connected to a worldwide network of servers (he mentions Berlin) that host and apparently sell child pornography. He says he has contacted the D.C. police, the NYPD, the FBI, the mainstream media and the alternative media and in virtually every case it appears no one is interested in following up on the evidence he said he has provided.

His story is very interesting and there is no doubt in my mind that it is authentic. Listen for yourself:

Article update: Las Vegas Shooting 1-Oct-2017: An acoustic analysis

The article, Las Vegas Shooting 1-Oct-2017: An acoustic analysis (and possibly some answers for the victims), has undergone several revisions since i first published it. I realized that i made some errors in both judgment and math, however the end result has changed very little and the data still indicates that a single shooter was targeting the festival specifically. The newest revision of the data actually strengthens the single shooter hypothesis.

An acoustic analysis of the 1-Oct-2017 mass-shooting in Las Vegas

The mass-shooting that occurred in Las Vegas at the Route 91 Harvest Festival on October 1st, 2017, was one which i was content in ignoring for the most part, not because i didn’t have sympathy for the victims, but because i already have an overall understanding of the bigger picture and how such events are often manufactured and used for political purposes. However upon discovering the video by Mike Adams of Natural News titled Forensic acoustic proof of SECOND shooter in the Las Vegas massacre, my curiosity as to the on-the-ground mechanics of the event was stimulated sufficiently enough that i decided to launch my own similar investigation with the goal of determining a), whether there were multiple shooters targeting the venue specifically and b), their locations.

My analysis of several videos captured by witnesses can be found in my article, Las Vegas Shooting 1-Oct-2017: An acoustic analysis and possibly some answers for the victims. In it, i tried to be very respectful of the witnesses and i hope to provide some possible answers that i’m sure many are seeking. There are many completely baseless accusations and theories being tossed about like so much confetti and some people are capitalizing on an event that has real human victims with complete disregard as to how the garbage they spout may further traumatize those victims.

There are certainly many unanswered questions, critical changes to the official story and timeline, and many anomalies to be investigated regarding this event. If the “Illuminati” pulled this off as a satanic ritual or whatever, fine, or if the FBI is involved in organizing and financing it, fine (i find that idea to be far less far fetched given their criminal history) however incredible assertions require the meat to back them up and it disappoints me that much of the speculation and accusations circulating on the web is of the lowest quality garbage originating from brain-dead people, including some so-called independent “investigative journalists”.

The web, as far as i’m concerned, is one of the only places left where one is going to get accurate, hard hitting news reporting, however it is also filled with plenty of garbage and knowing which is which is key. Here’s a pro-tip from an avid watcher of web news for over a decade: When an article or video title contains an exclamation mark, it may well be garbage. When it is typed in all caps it may well be garbage. When it contains anything like “100 PERCENT PROOF!” or “MUST SEE!”, or “SMOKING GUN!” or “BANNED!” or any other such click-bait sensationalist words and phrases, it is either very likely complete garbage, or it was copied from a potentially quality article or video and retitled.

Anyway, to read what i have discovered regarding the Vegas mass-shooting, please read my article and please share it. Ultimately i’d like to reach some of the victims that are being led down rabbit holes that go nowhere. They have suffered far more in 10 minutes of their lives than most of us ever will.

New article: Firefox User Interface Customization

I started a new article titled Firefox User Interface Customization which is a work in progress. At this point there is only a few of CSS code samples for customizing Firefox and its derivatives, but i expect it will grow to include a lot more. The code will work with Waterfox as well, which i know because that’s what i’m currently running.

The transition from XUL to WebExtensions for Firefox add-ons is not going smoothly at all in my case and this is one reason i ditched Firefox and started running Waterfox, the latter of which is a bit more focused on privacy as well as continued support for XUL (legacy) extensions of which i have several that are simply not replaceable at this point. I think the biggest problem with the move to WebExtensions is the limitations in the API and i think it’s a [yet another] mistake by Mozilla to drop support for legacy extensions with the upcoming version of Firefox 57 given that their API seems to be only half-baked. I might have tried Pale Moon, except they apparently have no plans to support WebExtensions whatsoever. I suspect this might come back to bite them in the ass since i’m sure that the vast majority of Moon users get their add-ons from Mozilla and many of those developers seem to be abandoning the legacy extensions that Pale Moon depends on.

‘Firefox Configuration Guide for Privacy Freaks and Performance Buffs’ article updated

The Firefox Configuration Guide for Privacy Freaks and Performance Buffs article has been updated with further information regarding IndexDB storage and how to control it. The way that Firefox currently handles IndexDB storage is absolutely terrible in my opinion in that there is no easy way to remove it from the Firefox UI, such as by clearing the browser history. This local storage, which can eat up your drive space with 10’s of megabytes of data per domain, is a threat to personal privacy and can be used to fingerprint your browser by the domain that stored the data.