It’s become apparent there is little to no visibility on the Internet for those on big tech’s blacklist. Domain and Individuals Blacklists maintained by big tech and their social media partners have done a number on independent publishers like me. The net seemed like a blessing when it was first opened to the public in the mid-’90s. But it didn’t take long for Facebook to swoop in and grab ahold of and control our lives. Many would rather be repeatedly punished for their conservative, republican, and Trump supporter’s views rather than hang out elsewhere. And since Mark Zuckerberg gave the Biden admin moderator access it’s outright unsafe for families and friends to share baby photos and other personal details. There are many alternatives available.
Update 08/23/21: Considering I’ve owned docsplace.org since 1998 the decision was made to migrate doccyber.org back to it. It’s rather easy to migrate WordPress and other CMS by editing their databases with a text editor search and replace URLs function. Simply upload the zipped-up file archive, and import the modified MySQL database with phpMyAdmin and walla. 😉 But docsplace.org will probably be censored if it’s not already. This Colocrossing IP 188.8.131.52 has made the most requests to my server in less than 24 hours. Colocrossing is known for spam and brute force attacks, so who knows. It’s just another day in Florida’s sunny paradise!
Interesting narrated screen video of bots crawling and burying a conservative Trump supporters website!
The real communities were back in the computer bulletin board system days. Many of those old BBSs still exist today, but technology has quickly overcome their text-based interfaces. Communities grew and folks became friends thousands of miles away, and we did it all without a GUI and a Mouse. It’s getting to the point a guy like me is sitting here blogging to myself because big tech does not approve of my Conservative, Republican, Trump Supporter website content.
I’m not planning on shutting this resource down anytime soon. Though it’s really discouraging to know I’m on a big tech blacklist and nobody is seeing the thoughts and political opinion I blog about. I’ve tried to figure out the blacklist source but haven’t had much luck. Earlier in the week, I used my hostname domain to put a mirror copy of this blog online, bypassing Cloudflare DNS. After tweeting out a recent post there was a bevy of bots accessing what was tweeted out, Including the Twitterbot, which is non-existent with this domain which is managed by Cloudflare.
A website like this is excessively resource intensive that makes running it under a standard old-school hosting environment a big no-no. The experiment proved doccyber.org is blacklisted otherwise it was a failure. They’ve probably already blacklisted docscyber.org rendering it useless as well. I’ve noticed a lot of IANA reserved private unlisted IPs accessing this website. Anything in the 242.0.0.0/8 range is a reserved IP address. Reserved IP addresses are assigned a special purpose. Reserved IP addresses are defined in the IANA registry (IPv4) and IANA registry (IPv6). There is also another IP belonging to Google user content, 184.108.40.206, that is not to be confused with the Googlebot. It’s AS range is AS15169, which is heavily crawling doccyber.org.
I remember back after the 2020 presidential election was thought by many to have been stolen by Joe Biden my previous domain docsplace.org that I registered in 1998 for the BBS was heavily crawled. For close to a month it received well over 100,000 requests daily, by a bevy of bots probably adding my tags and articles to their blacklist. Probably the heavy pro-Donald Trump content didn’t go over well by the Internet’s gatekeepers. Soon thereafter I decided to register doccyber.org on 05/25/21 and transfer the others content to it. It went from around 300 human visitors daily to less than 10 unique human visitors but is still being hammered by a bevy of nosy bots. The IPs listed above must be whitelisted by Cloudflare since they are bypassing my CF firewall rules. But my server’s interface has a hosts control that stops em in their track.
Personally, I believe our society has become too dependent on the Internet. How would we function as a society without the Internet? Think about it a bit. There would be no Bank ATM machines, or credit card transactions, there all routed through the Internet. Also, much of our communications are carried by bouncing off a satellite or carried by undersea fiber cabling. It would be chaos at an unprecedented all-time high. With a quickly approaching cashless society, it will be mass hysteria. Just how many people have any cash on hand, just in case? Teens working at Mcdonald’s would not know how to make the change. They simply swipe the customer’s credit card. When paying cash they punch in the amount a customer gives them, the computer terminal tells them what to give back. That’s just my thoughts on how society would panic if the internet went totally down.
The Net is America’s Invention. It’s ours because we developed it, and in the mid-90s opened it up to the public. So why did Barack Obama sign our Internet control over to the United Nations (UN)? The political insider reported on 10/01/2016: Barack Obama wants to hand over ICANN to the rest of the world. This is the organization that regulates and protects the Internet. It holds all domain names and has the ability to control what can and can’t be on the Internet. Potentially letting the United Nations and China control it would be a disaster for free speech. The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) is a nonprofit organization that is responsible for coordinating the maintenance and procedures of several databases related to the namespaces of the Internet – thereby ensuring the network’s stable and secure operation.
ICANN performs the actual technical maintenance work of the central Internet address pools and DNS Root registries pursuant to the Internet Assigned Numbers Authority (IANA) function contract.ICANN’s primary principles of operation have been described as helping preserve the operational stability of the Internet; to promote competition, achieving broad representation of the global Internet community, and developing policies appropriate to its mission through bottom-up, consensus-based processes. Much of its work has concerned the Internet’s global Domain Name System, including policy development for internationalization of the DNS system, introduction of new generic top-level domains (TLDs), and the operation of root name servers. The numbering facilities ICANN manages include the Internet Protocol address spaces for IPv4 and IPv6 and the assignment of address blocks to regional Internet registries. ICANN also maintains registries of Internet protocol identifiers. Read the rest of this article on ThePoliticalAdvisor.com archives.
Globalization and the fact that our daily lives depend on the Internet scares the living hell out of me. Just today standing in the checkout line at a local Walmart, the scan-and-go terminal’s ability to process credit card transactions went down. If I hadn’t had cash in my wallet I would have been stuck like chuck. Whatever happened to the good old days when cash was king?
I respect Donald Trump and honestly believe he was America’s best president ever, In my lifetime. Yea big tech blacklist me for my opinion, but it’s my right under the United States Constitution’s First Amendment. Freedom of speech and freedom of the press. So I can blog my ass off but the chances of anyone seeing my writings are very slim. Being on big tech’s black list really sucks.
So the question remains, what to do with my little slice of cyberspace on the blacklist? It’s not expensive, under $60 a month for a VPS cPanel server I administer myself, and a Cloudflare pro account. Yesterday I shut down this site’s News Vlog that contained over 13,000 auto-added news videos of interest to Conservatives, Republicans, and Trump supporters. The videos were pulled from several YouTube personalities channels, but with Google blacklist censoring anything to do with Covid-19 or questioning the validity of the 2020 presidential election. There were quite a few missing when YouTube removed them for policy violations. Hopefully, there’s a script available somewhere that can pull from Rumble. I’ve also shut down my phpBB forums that failed to attract anyone. phpBB is a sweet forum package but is antiquated by design.
So that’s about it for now. I suck at blogging but at least try. Yes, it’s my opinion Joe Biden stole the 2020 presidential election. Look at the mess he made out of America’s pullout from Afghanistan. Did Hunter sell a painting to the Taliban? And Kamala Harris is a total failure as the border czar. I say Impeach both of them. But the Republican Party has no guts. They’re more worried about committing career suicide than defending our country by doing their jobs! Life goes on!
This website is my opinion on many subjects, though mostly politics, as I see them from the right side of all things political. It is self funded and does not attempt to generate revenue. Big tech has buried my thoughts in their search engine index. Facebook has restricted my account and put me in their most dangerous organizations and person database. This site is online for us the people. Kindly help get the truth out into cyberspace by commenting on the articles, and sharing this website with your friends!