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The Dark Net = Black Market = Free Market

08 Sep

[courtesy Google Images]

[courtesy Google Images]

The “dark net” is a kind of alternative internet where people can conduct business anonymously and without government oversight.  The technology behind the dark net is amazing.  Yes, it’s used to sell illegal drugs and pornography.  But it could sell almost anything.  Maybe cars. Maybe stocks.  Guns.  Gold coins.  Perhaps even legal services from people who aren’t licensed to practice law.  Anything the government wants to control, restrict, prohibit or tax might be found on the dark net.  More, the dark net may be able to sell all those products and services anonymously and tax-free.

One of the great ironies behind the internet is that it was devised by the US government when computers were the size of your living room, no one dreamed that it would be accessible to the public, and it was designed without central controllers in order to survive even a nuclear war.  Result?  The current internet can be exploited by government but is, so far, beyond government’s ability to control.

Here’s a second irony.  The dark net is based on a US Navy secret communications program named “Tor” that was eventually abandoned by the Navy and made available to the public as an open access program.  That Navy intelligence program laid the foundation for the dark net.  Again, the US government created a technology that was presumably intended to empower the police state, but ultimately tended to enhance freedom and defy government regulation.

How cool is that?

There’s a dark net revolution brewing that threatens most government regulations, taxes and government power.  You may be able to do whatever you want on the dark net and do it anonymously.  Privacy is being restored.

But the dark net is dangerous because it relies on the crypto-currency “Bitcoin”.  Insofar as people on the dark net use Bitcoins, they don’t use fiat dollars.  Insofar as people use Bitcoins, they threaten the value and survival of the fiat dollar.  If the dark net continues to grow, it will therefore contribute to the decline of the fiat dollar.

The Powers That Be won’t like that and can therefore be expected to react just as violently against Bitcoin and the dark net as they did against Saddam Hussein when Iraq started selling crude oil for euros rather than dollars.  Sooner or later, the forces of big government and even the New World Order will engage the anarchistic dark net in mortal combat.

It’s going to be interesting to see if governments and central banks can defend themselves against the dark net’s manifestation of freedom.  It’s going to be interesting–and important–to see if the dark net can survive, or whether the dark net (which is in a constant state of evolution) is technologically invincible.  It’s going to be interesting to see if the dark net can play a significant role in reestablishing freedom.

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Posted by on September 8, 2015 in Dark Net, Technology, Video

 

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13 responses to “The Dark Net = Black Market = Free Market

  1. Les Moore

    September 8, 2015 at 2:40 PM

    Web & Net are interesting words, Webs are “weaved” for what purpose? What are nets used for?

     
  2. Adask

    September 8, 2015 at 4:16 PM

    Nets are used to capture butterflies, fish, and escaped lunatics.

     
    • Les Moore

      September 8, 2015 at 5:08 PM

      @ Nets are used to capture butterflies, fish, and escaped lunatics.
      Alfred, you can call me Red the Roofer, or you can call me Fred the Spoofer, or you can call me Schitz, or you can call me Fritz, or you can call me the Crooner, or you can call me Junior; now you can call me Ray J, or you can call me RJ, or you can call me RJJ, or you can call me RJJ Jr.”, or you can call me moon-E, “but, Alfred, duzz-ya havta call me Loony!” :-) :-D (*_*)

       
    • Fifee Tean Wheeler

      September 12, 2015 at 8:09 AM

      Adask,
      @ Nets are used to capture butterflies, fish, and escaped lunatics.”
      A truth’s initial commotion is directly proportional to how deeply the lie was believed. When a well-packaged web of lies has been sold gradually to the masses over generations, the truth will seem utterly preposterous and its speaker, a raving lunatic.” — Dresden James
      Dear Alfred, Have you ever been described or called a lunatic? If not, why not? If you are not regarded as loony by most people, something is not right, or, something is wrong, but, with WHO?

       
    • Fifee Tean Wheeler

      September 12, 2015 at 8:28 AM

      P.S.
      “When a man who is honestly mistaken hears the truth, he will either quit being mistaken, or cease being honest.” Richard Humpal
      HOWEVER, Richard Humpal MAY have used SEVERAL pseudonyms. We need to look into this,
      i.e.,do some serious research to discover if he did and if we find out he did use several pseudonyms, THEN we can know for sure what he said, is, deceiving. Ain’t that right Henry, Roger, Toland, Alfred, huh? Ain’t that right? No response is necessary. ALL of YA have ALREADY said that’s right!! It’s not what is said that matters, It’s, WHO said it. This is what matters!!! My next user name will be, Alan Adusk. We can get a lot of deception done using that pseudonym. Who knows, people may think it’s you, Al, Adask, instead of, Al Adusk! :-D Whew-peeeee What a great idea!! Al Adusk.

       
  3. Toland

    September 8, 2015 at 7:24 PM

    Though the Navy left the project, Tor still gets 80 percent of its annual budget from the U.S. government. (Wikipedia)

    This probably does not matter much, since Tor is “open source” – i.e. non-proprietary with auditable code – and thus shouldn’t have any Big Brother bugs hiding in the software.

     
  4. MPK

    September 8, 2015 at 7:59 PM

    When the cashless global system is in place only Gold, Silver, etc will be still used to exchange into digital money, anything else will be worthless except the good old bartering system'( I’ll give you 500 cows and (or 1500 camels and ill throw in my 12 years old daughter If your a Muslim seeing the Muslim’s are taking over) for that Lamborghini. Bitcoin is as worthless as the camel dung that it came from and will be made worthless as new Global laws will out law any other.

    Have a nice future’ you al helped make it.

     
    • Mark Twang

      September 9, 2015 at 2:05 AM

      MPK,
      @ Have a nice future’ you al helped make it.
      Nice to know you had nothing to do with it. WHO is, al?

       
  5. dog-move

    September 10, 2015 at 2:49 AM

    Nature abhors a vacuum (horror vacui)–as Babylon the Great gallops onward into it’s collapse coming out of Her as instructed (Revelation 18) may require barter outside of Her system of unjust weights and measures. The merchant may have to crossover to a legitimate system of trade settlement–silver and gold–just weights and measurements.
    It is becoming more and more obvious that since A.D. 2000 one should have been quietly, aggressively accumulating silver and gold and distributing the likes of S&P 500 index assets.
    It also appears that the Great Bull Market which commenced in A.D. 1971 is tiring and passing the baton onto a new a new asset class evolving for the new global trade settlement system
    Bottoms in certain markets are marked by extreme pessimism, the silver and gold market are at levels of extreme pessimism, how much more could one want, such deliteful market dynamics!
    Early stages of an emerging trend are always invisible to the masses, this time is no different.

    Al, learned and wise “men” such as yourself who love the People have helped to mold the minds of the People. I am forever grateful for having access the wisdom and the insight of the learned elders such as yourself and others of your degree that tirelessly teach “We the People”.

     
    • Les Moore

      September 10, 2015 at 3:27 AM

      dog-move, it appears the money-changers will still call the shots on the “money issues”, i.e. the who what when why where, etc UNTIL The KING OF KINGS RETURNS to change things. Then we will not be shortchanged anymore.

       
    • Adask

      September 10, 2015 at 5:01 AM

      Thanks very much for your kind words. But take everything I say or write with salt. Don’t automatically believe any of it. But I hope you’ll continue to consider whatever I say or write.

      Thanks for listening. Thanks for reading.

       
  6. dog-move

    September 10, 2015 at 4:50 AM

    Yahweh be praised, for His Law and His Word shall endure forever and for all time.

     
  7. Joe

    September 11, 2015 at 11:15 AM

    I believe the internet was always intended to be made accessible to “the public,” in order to fulfill the universal law of notice. Once a man becomes aware of who he is choosing to serve by his actions, he becomes responsible for his choice, and the one who formerly imposed his will on that man through force or deception is no longer the responsible party. One finds an example of the law of notice in the gospels, when Jesus of Nazareth spoke of how he had given notice to the pharisees at John 15:22. “If I had not come and spoken to them, they would not have been guilty of sin, but now they have no excuse for their sin.”

     

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