For me this is when the penny dropped: Apple, Microsoft, and later, Google, were all set up by the deep state, they were never real businesses – we can use their tools, but they are playing us.
Steve Jobs and Bill Gates were both actors working for the CIA. Jobs faked his death and Gates was replaced around 2013.
Linux – there is something not right about Linux – by keeping it hard to use for decades it has never posed a real threat to the deep state operating systems. It slowly improves, but is never really sorted out for mass use.
All those constant software updates are not just for copying our data, one day all of those programs could unexpectedly create irritating and time consuming problems in unison – mass distraction at a key moment.
Logging us out of accounts and demanding that we SUBMIT (rather than just logging back in) is obvious mind programming. Any site that does that has revealed it’s true intentions. Pay attention!
Making spell checkers only work properly in US English has forced us to use US spelling – more programming.
Microsoft crossed the line after Win 7 – it’s all spyware but I don’t ever want to use Win 10 on, not even for day to day use and certainly not for anything to do with cryptos (which are also mostly a scam as well).
Nearly everything online is a distraction, whether intentional or not, and social media is almost all just there to distract us – that is a major part of how we are being controlled.
I hope you are well and weather is better.
Yes and all social medias and blockchains and cryptos...
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I think social media for sure is a deep state agenda you kind of have to use it now for your business but it’s totallt a trap bill gates kids don’t use it lol
Sorry I mean Zucks
I tried various Linux distro's many years ago and found just to hard to use and be practical, I gave up.
it's because you're used to windows and it's hard for you to change your habits.
I also had a hard time in the first months of using linux. After a few years, I don't know how I could work on windows, even though I used it many years ago. Everything on it is so annoyingly impractically resolved for me.
And why should the customer have to change their habits anyway? That is not how this stuff works!
In 30 years they still don't have a file explorer that works as well as the one on xp...why is that?
Because their explorer is better?. I hate windows file explorer it's sucks.
Why you must change habits?
Question is why independent system should do anything to looks like other? Its different approach than those who "microsoft specialist" see and that's why is better ;]
And maybe why it has sub 5% usage.
Browsing folders of thousands of hi res photos on linux is a nightmare on every file explorer ive tried...and that is about 10 of them....but geeks love it...and that, along with no photoshop, were the killers for me...i do have a laptop running mint, and it works ok so long as i only use it for what its best for
And they still are! - I'm using Linux Mint for cryptos but it's a pain in the arse and I think Win 7 smokes it.