Browser and Social Media Alternatives

Mozilla, the company behind Firefox, has shown the authoritharian-Communist nature common to large corporations when it requested stronger censorship of heretics. Published on Mozilla blog, the article titled “We need more than deplatforming” calls out “rampant violence” and “white supremacy”, stating that Donald Trump and other similar politicians have exploited the Internet architecture to promote their views. Mozilla is calling for following actions:

  • Reveal who is paying for advertisements, how much they are paying and who is being targeted.
  • Commit to meaningful transparency of platform algorithms so we know how and what content is being amplified, to whom, and the associated impact.
  • Turn on by default the tools to amplify factual voices over disinformation.
  • Work with independent researchers to facilitate in-depth studies of the platforms’ impact on people and our societies, and what we can do to improve things.

This shows why neoliberals are utterly wrong, and idiotic, in their veiws: large corporations are not the enemies of Communism, statism and authorithariansim, they are its primary promoters. Mozilla, Google and other major corporations are inherently dangerous to freedom of thought and democracy as such. Google in particular is dangerous, as it controls both the most popular search engine and most popular internet browser. It is perhaps no accident that Google Chrome is also the least secure browser out there, offering about as much privacy as Borat’s thongs, as all data is tracked and stored by Google. Leftist media corporations tolerate and even promote calls for violence by the Left, while even polite protest by the Right is termed “far-right terrorism”.

Luckily, there are several alternatives:

  • Brave is a browser developed with security in mind, which blocks third-party cookies and data collecting. This allows both faster and more secure internet. It also allows using Tor (below) right in the tab. Another feature is the ability to earn Brave rewards, and with Brave Payments users can allocate donations to favourite sites.
  • Avast Secure Browser is a Chromium-based browser. It has additional security features, such as VPN, privacy cleaner, anti-fingerprinting, anti-phishing and other features. While nowhere as secure as Tor, and far from perfect, it is far superior to Google Chrome while offering better user experience than Tor. Epic Privacy Browser is basically the same as Avast Secure Browser.
  • Tor is the only browser which offers real privacy. It is developed by the userbase, and financed by donations instead of adds and data sales. Not only does it mask browsing history, but it also hides person’s true location from the sites being visited by routing data through several servers before it reaches destination. Data is further encrypted.

NOTE: Chromium itself is Google-sponsored browser, and data are used in development of the Google Chrome browser.

Several other browsers may be seen here.

Search Engines

Google is running what is basically a spying operation against its users, while censoring undesireable results. Because of this, alternative search engines must also be considered:

  • Search engine DuckDuckGo does not use data mining for the sake of “personalization” (that is, spying). Instead, each user will get the same results on topic.
  • Yippy is a far superior to even DuckDuckGo. Not only is it safer, but it also returns far more relevant results compared to DuckDuckGo.

Social Media

But of course, it is not enough to switch the browser. Rather, one should also seek out social media which offer alternative views to the mainstream.

  • Gab is a Facebook and Twitter alternative, but without Marxist censorship going on. It has pretty much the same advantages and flaws as Facebook, combined with flaws of Twitter. This has led to right-wing slant, but unlike Facebook and Twitter, it does not censor political opponents.
  • Parler is a Conservative replacement for Twitter. It was recently taken down by Amazon, which provided its web hosting, because it was not Leftist enough. It should be also noted that Gab went through the same assault, and is using its own hosting now.
  • Minds is a non-leftist alternative for Facebook.
  • BitChute is a peer-to-peer social video platform. It is a non-leftist alternative for Youtube, and many Youtubers who were banned from the platform for opposing increasingly totalitarian Marxism have found refuge there.
  • Gab TV is Gab’s YouTube alternative.
  • Voat used to be a Reddit alternative, but was likewise shut down by the Communists.
  • Odysee is another Youtube alternative, and also hosts deplatformed Youtubers such as Dave Cullen. It is an effort to combat Youtube censorship and provide truly free platform for creators.
  • Rumble is a YouTube alternative which allows cross-posting videos to YouTube account, as well as much better revenue split.
  • Pleroma is a federated Twitter alternative. This means that it is much more resillient to takedowns / deplatforming than Parler and similar centralized services. Good instances of Pleroma are Free Speech Extremist and KiwiFarms.

Other sites

  • Infogalactic is a good alternative for notoriously Leftist-Marxist Wikipedia. It provides very balanced and unbiased coverage on various topics. Brave browser also supports Infogalactic search.

Advice

  • Always mirror the content. Current favourite platform may not be out there forever.

First they came for Neonazis, and I did not rebel because I was not a Neonazi
Then they came for Facists, and I did not rebel because I was not a Fascist
Then they came for Nationalists, and I did not rebel because I was not a Nationalist
Then they came for Conservatives, and I did not rebel because I was not a Conservative
Then they came for Liberals, but by then there was nobody who would stand up for us

3 Comments

  1. Swiss Cows is probably one of the best browsers privacy wise, though its searching capacities are limited compared to the ones you listed

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