I never said that the actual ciphers and open source programs were bad.
As for TOR - if the enemy of life and freedom had kept it to themselves, then their activities on it would have been completely obvious, traceable and also gotten blocked by default.
Because normies are allowed to use it, no one can tell if it's the enemy that's accessing your resources over TOR, or a normie. CP/child-sacrifice-scandals can be blamed on evil haxx0rs and normies, when it's the world-gov and its satanic murder network actually doing it.
TOR is the gift that keeps on giving for them.
Also - there is good (past) evidence to suggest that it could be possible to de-anonymise TOR traffic with enough resources.
You don't think those who created TOR don't have and control or monitor those resources? Actual normies that said they could, were suddenly very quiet soon afterwards. Can't expose gov-pedos/traffickers now, can we.
Even if they don't have the ability to de-anonymise their creation, they still now have a tool to prod about the Internet without standing out like a sore thumb.
Either way, it serves them more than it serves us.
That's why I suggest also accessing TOR through a VPN paid with gift cards or privacy-crypto, just for an extra layer of obfuscation, when creating a faggy image board for example. (Which is what I'll be doing soon.)
Had you done that from the beginning Cho0b, the Federal Bureau of terrorism Instigation and witness murdering, would likely never have found out about you.
When security truly counts, then the enemy simply uses their own satellites or fibre-optic/cable networks, bypassing the Internet/matrix altogether. The cabal/jews do it with their Wall St. communication networks, the election-fakers and world-army does it with satellites, etc.
Also - it used to be reasonably true that if one isn't paying for it, then they are the product, but nowadays that happens whether one pays or doesn't!
For example, there's no such thing as a "secure/private" fully-functioning smartphone, available to normies. The only related things that might come reasonably close are SIM-free Wi-Fi only "phones" built with mostly/fully open hardware/firmware.
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