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Boost internet security and browse the web anonymously using a VPN
By Roland Waddilove | PC Advisor | 19 May 14
A VPN is a virtual private network and it has several uses. One is to prevent people spying on you when you use the internet and this is useful if you travel with a laptop,smartphone or tablet and access Wi-Fi hotspots in public places. A VPN encrypts the data communications to prevent anyone seeing what you are accessing or what information is being exchanged.
See also: The Best free VPN services of 2014
A VPN can also be used to make it appear as if you are located in another country. This can unlock services that are blocked from your real location, for example, you can watch catch-up TV like BBC iPlayer while on holiday or a business trip abroad. There are many VPNs and many require a subscription, but here we look at two that have free plans as well as paid ones.
Setup is as easy as installing the VPN client and configure to your specifications.
Choose u’r Free VPN service:
I highly recommend Tunnel Bear for ease of use, and CyberGhost for bandwidth & flexibility.
Reclaim u’r privacy and have fun surfing anonymously!
“I mention this because more than a few parties are in a position to do a nuclear false flag attack if they feel there was a desired need to get something they wanted, or to stop something from being done to them. Forget about nuclear launched weapons. The false flag weapons are already disbursed in too many cities to mention, done before the technology to tracking any nukes moving on the surface was not as good as it is now.
This has the Intel community on pins and needles. After 911, aerial sweeps at helicopter level of every square inch of NY City were made with the biggest ping coming from the Israeli embassy there. Since then all incoming diplomatic pouches are scanned for nuclear signatures. The public was of course told nothing of this.”
Interesting narrative RT’s trying to convey! Poroshenko proclaims ceasefire, while addressing his snipers what their orders from Washington will be. We’ll see how this unfolds lol.
Shelby this post is seminal! Thank you for the eloquent summation, poetry to my ears. You already know the real truth… whatever agenda US pursues, it’s all about exploitation. The Islamic sects may be uniting to expel the West from it’s lands, of course our oily overlords can’t have any of that shit so they call on the MSM and US led military machine to spin us a nice neat pretext to invade… again. Correct me if I’m wrong, technically, isn’t Iran suppose to be a sovereign nation? Isn’t it “unconstitutional” to invade other nations? Has the US ever followed the Constitution since it’s inception? Slavery was still around after the members of the Constitutional Convention signed on September 17, 1787, then came the bill of rights. US continued to oppress the native Americans, annexed (land grabbed) Texas during the Mexican-American war in 1845, annexed Hawaii in 1900 by staging a military coup and overthrowing the Hawaiian Queen, controlled Puerto Rico, Guam, and the Philippines after the Spanish-American war, coerced Cuba from Spain which relinquished all claim of sovereignty over to US with title to Cuba, 1898, during the Spanish–American War, Puerto Rico was invaded by the United States with a landing at Guánica. After WWI US grabbed Samoa, Virgin Islands, Wake Island, after WWII US installed military bases around the world to control “sovereign” partners. Ever since WWII, the US has been militarily engaged in 37 countries, disrupting economies, regime changes, assassinations, installing puppet gov’t. Trafficking drugs, arms, children, women, body parts… HELL we’re worse than the Vatican, the seat of the Devil himself. But of course everyone knows that distinction belongs to the hellhounds in Washington. Man we’re brutal, no saving grace, no redemption here no sir. Keep up the great work Shelby , u’r post should be the Re-blog read around the world!!
Blessings my friend☼
Wow! We’ve been fucking up Iraq since the Gulf War
(2 August 1990 – 28 February 1991),
for operations leading to the build up of troops and defense of Saudi Arabia and Operation Desert Storm (17 January 1991 – 28 February 1991) was a war waged by coalition forces from 34 nations led by the United States against Iraq in response to Iraq’s invasion and annexation of Kuwait.
Thanks to George H. W. Bush, and coalition forces, we swept through and got shit done right and proper like. We fucking knew there’d be no need to EVER go back to Iraq ’cause it was just too easy the first time. But wait! What the fuck happened? Were we too cocky? Did Iraq attack the U.S. over Operation Desert Storm? Did we fucking go back and strike Iraq for legitimate reasons? What the…
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