Nina Jankowicz Is Nothing But A Pawn In The Globalist's Game.

Joe Biden's crazy-eyed Minister of Propaganda, Nina Jankowicz, is staying in the news thanks to her seemingly endless remarks about the dangers of free speech. Most recently she said Twitter should be moderated like Wikipedia by giving “trustworthy verified people” the ability to censor and edit anyone's posts, apparently to silence any information that doesn't prop up the government's current narrative. Jankowicz also came out in support of shadow banning users of social media so that no one sees their posts. She said “You can shout in the black void, but you do not get a huge audience to do that." 

Despite her delusions of being the truth queen, her history shows she supported the now discredited Steele dossier and she promoted the idea that the Hunter Biden laptop story was "Russian disinformation". 

The NY Post had this to say: "She’s a career left-wing partisan, from her days working at the National Democratic Institute to her Fulbright-Clinton fellowship to her gig at the left-leaning Wilson Center where she routinely did media hits with NPR, CNN, PBS and so on while placing New York Times and Washington Post op-eds. Hiring her for this job just shows how detached from reality and broad American society the entire Biden team has become."

In 2015 Jankowicz sang these colorful lyrics: “I want to be rich, famous, and powerful! Step on all my enemies and never do a thing.”

You really have to wonder what happened in her childhood to turn her into such a despicable person. Who destroyed her moral compass? 

Before you get angry about such an obvious fraud of an individual being put in a position of power, know that the reason she was appointed was to make you angry. One of the top strategies of the World Economic Forum's plan to control humanity is to place incompetent, clownish figures in charge of governments so that sovereign nations begin to fall apart and the public loses faith in the ability of local leaders to keep everything from going tits up. They think that when things get bad enough we'll turn to the United Nations and beg for a central "one world government" to step in and save us. Understanding their strategy helps you to understand Joe Biden, Kamala Harris, Pierre Trudeau, Boris Johnson, Jacinda Ardern, and Emmanuel Macron. It also sheds some light on the entire Russia-Ukraine psy-op, another fraud created to make us think the world's gone mad and only a unified world government can save us from nuclear annihilation.

Jankowicz is clueless that she's merely a disposable pawn in the globalist's game. She's here to do a little damage, and then she'll be forgotten about, a victim of the very people she admires.


Fight the censors and propagandists. Host your site at FlokiNET.

Mel K Reveals How America's Elites Are The Real Domestic Terrorists.

In this amazing interview with The Flyover Conservatives, Journalist Mel K reveals the ugly truth about America's elites. These super-wealthy parasites and their mass media partners think the United States is theirs to rule over as they wish. The rest of us are useless deplorables who shouldn't be allowed to vote or even voice our concerns. Using the mass media and sophisticated mind control tactics, organizations like the George Soros backed Media Matters create and control the narratives and push us wherever they want us to go. They don't care about our laws or our Constitution. They don't care about us. 

What they DO care about are money, power, prestige, and destroying America so that we're forced to become part of the New World Order and all the horrors that will bring to anyone not inside their inner circle.

Watch this video and share it everywhere. Exposing the real domestic terrorists is our last hope for saving the nation.

FlokiNET is Malum Digital Media's webhosting partner. Click the ad above to learn about secure, anonymous, overseas hosting that values freedom of speech.

The Sickness Of Control.

We live in an age of control, where it seems everyone wants to control everyone else. Every day we slip further and further into a totalitarian prison world of censorship, taxation, rules & regulations, illegal mandates, forced injections, house arrest, and the erosion of Constitutional rights.

But while governments and NGO’s (non-government organizations) are largely responsible for this encroaching tyranny, many individuals are also working to limit our freedom and enact bans on things they disapprove of.

One example of this is a recent post on social media by GAB founder Andrew Torba. He said “If you thought the Babylonian whores melting down over losing their ability to murder babies was bad, just wait until we ban porn and you will see how men react.”

Torba’s GAB prides itself on being a free speech platform which, they claim, censors nothing but illegal content. So what does Torba mean when he says “wait until we ban porn”? Does he mean GAB will ban porn? I’ve never seen any porn on the site so he must mean he wants the government to make porn illegal, which is a misuse of power and a violation of our Bill of Rights, a document Torba claims he strongly supports. It’s also odd that he lumps abortions and porn into the same pot. While some may find porn to be distasteful or even vulgar, it’s hardly in the same category as chopping up an infant and sucking it out of a womb. Abortion is murder, but you’d be hard pressed to find a passage in the Bible that clearly defines dirty movies as sinful. Photos and videos didn’t even exist when the Bible was written. “Thou shalt not commit adultery” and “Thou shalt not covet thy neighbor’s wife” are about as close as you’re going to get. It’s quite a stretch to believe those two commandments refer to looking at explicit images of people you don’t even know and who most likely posed for them voluntarily. Yes, some porn is produced through the exploitation of women and children, but so are clothing, shoes, and electronics, and we don’t ban those.

I didn’t write this to be a hit piece against Andrew Torba. He seems like a decent guy. I just happened to see his GAB post and it made me think about the idea of bans in general.

I began thinking how the obsession with banning things we don’t like is a worldwide sickness of control. We ban all kinds of things we disapprove of personally, whether it’s logical or not. We ban drugs, alcohol, sex, speech, menthol cigarettes, strolling in the park after dark, living in an RV on your own land, driving over an arbitrary speed limit based on nothing, cutting hair without a license, and even walking on the grass. And worse than the bans is our willing compliance with such nonsense.

In Torba’s case, it made me think about the slippery slope this all sits on. While GAB is proudly a free speech platform at the moment, Torba’s remark about banning porn reminded me that he is an “in your face” Christian, so I wonder how long it’s going to be before a desire to ban porn turns into a desire to ban anything else he interprets to be contrary to his faith. I get the impression that to Torba, your personal beliefs are wrong unless they conform with his. That’s the way it always seems to work out when dealing with hardcore adherents of any religious faith, Christian or not. It often applies to atheists, as well.

My libertarian nature makes me perfectly okay with Torba’s beliefs, the Pope’s beliefs, and your beliefs. But I would like to be left alone with my beliefs. And if I want to spend a few minutes watching a sordid video, that’s between me and my creator. It’s really none of your business. And the experience shouldn’t be banned just because you, or Torba, or anyone else, disagrees. Makes Censored Content Available In One Convenient Place.

More and more video producers are leaving fascist sites such as Google, YouTube, Spotify, and Vimeo to avoid censorship. But in doing so, conservative, libertarian, and other free speech voices are being scattered all over the internet, making their content hard to find.

Former Google employee and current whistleblower Zach Vorhies, the man who revealed how the world's biggest search engine silences facts and opinions that the global elites don't want you to know about, has created a new website called "".  Rather than being another video sharing site like BitChute or Odysee, Blast is an aggregator, which means it uses an algorithm to find and display videos from content creators no matter where the video is hosted. This means videos that might never see the light of day on a small hosting platform now have a chance to find an audience. 

According to Vorhies, "the way that it cracks through censorship is that it scans open video platforms like Rumble, like Bitchute, like Brighteon, like and looks for new content by the content creators that you love. It takes those new videos that it finds and brings it under one single website, called Blast.Video, where it serves it to you.” While that sounds good, when I visited the site almost every video it served up came from YouTube, with a few from Rumble. Videos from Odysee, Brighteon, GAB, BrandNewTube, Rofkin, D.Tube, and were few and far between, if they appeared at all. I'm not sure why this is, and there's no clear explanation on the site. The best I can determine is that it looks for new and trending content by creators on's current list and then serves the video from wherever the video is getting the most views, but that's giving YouTube an unfair advantage and leaving the small video hosting sites out of the game. No doubt this is substantially the fault of the content producers, many of whom still suck on YouTube's monetization teat and refuse to leave the beast despite their dishonest claims to care about human freedom. If you're in it for the money, at least admit it.

Despite it's current favoritism toward YouTube, it's still worth a look to see what's trending and possibly find new videos you wouldn't have found otherwise. But until they adjust the algorithm to give smaller hosting sites better visibility, I strongly suggest you keep those independent sites bookmarked and then visit them regularly. They can't stay in business without our support, and right now is keeping them unseen and unloved.

Fight The Beast.

Google: the official search engine of the beast system. Capturing your data and influencing your mind.

How To Dump Google Search: 2022 Update.

Google is the king of search. We automatically know what someone means when they tell us to “Google it”. But the company that once used the slogan “Don’t Be Evil” has become an international tech giant guilty of many evil deeds, including censorship on political grounds, tracking user’s search results, election interference, and selling our data to the highest bidders. Some security experts have said Google was founded with money from the CIA. And Senator Ted Cruz called Google the “most dangerous company on the face of the planet”. Google has become the first, and often only, search engine for almost everyone, but there are many other great options available, and with the risks associated with using Google, there’s really no reason to use it any longer.

If you want private, uncensored searches, switch to one of these alternatives. They all give good search results and they have solid privacy policies to protect their users.

Brave Search is a new player in the search engine game. Brought to you by the same people as the Brave browser, this search engine mainly pulls its results from Bing, but they’re in the process of expanding their own in-house search capabilities to reduce dependence on others and hopefully provide truly uncensored results. My early experiences with Brave Search have been impressive enough that I’ve made them one of my top three “go to” search engines. Brave is based in the United States and is subject to US laws and surveillance. That may scare some people away.

MetaGer is a German search site developed and run by the nonprofit organization, SUMA-EV–Association for Free Access to Knowledge. MetaGer protects against censorship by combining the results of multiple search engines. They use an anonymizing proxy to protect your privacy and they don’t track you or retain your search history. Metager is another one of my top three “go to” search engines.

Mojeek is a UK based search company that describes itself as “the alternative search engine that puts the people who use it first.” Mojeek was the first privacy respecting search engine and the only one that provides completely independent search results instead of simply harvesting results from other search engines. Mojeek is my default search engine, backed up by Brave Search and Metager.

Qwant is based in France and says their keywords are “privacy and neutrality”. Qwant encrypts your search requests, they don’t retain any personal data and they don’t track you. I’ve found their search results to be a little strange at times but if the other search engines aren’t giving you the results you’re looking for, give Qwant a try.

Gibiru is a California based search company that offers 256-bit HTTPS encryption, no logging of any kind, no cookies, no data selling, an option to add proxy/VPN, no ad tracking, and a strong commitment to privacy. When you do a search on Gibiru, at the top of the page you’ll see two tabs: one for ‘all results’, and another for ‘censored results’. As far as I’ve been able to determine, the censored results are basically what Google would show you. The ‘all results’ tab shows results from Google and any other search engines Gibiru pulls from, but it’s unclear what those other search engines are. Another neat feature from Gibiru is their Wormhole™ mobile app, which is a “browser-less application that allows you to surf the web completely anonymously with absolutely zero record of your searches and sites you visit. When you use the Gibiru Wormhole™, sites you visit are opened and viewable right thru the App.” The app is available for Android and Apple iOS.

Presearch is a newer entry to the world of search and it’s gained a lot of attention. They market themselves as a decentralized search engine powered by blockchain technology, and they offer a way to earn Pre tokens by doing searches. A strong feature anyone can appreciate is that you decide if want your search run on the Presearch engine or your choice of several external engines, including Google and DuckDuckGo. It’s all customizable which is something you can’t do with any other search engine that I’m aware of. Presearch is based in Ontario Canada, which may cause concern due to Canada’s continuing slide toward totalitarian Fascism.

SwissCows is a well respected search engine with solid privacy policies. Being based in Switzerland makes them safe from American or EU interference. Their top selling point is their family-friendly approach to search results. You won’t see any porn or other sexual content, which is great if you have children but potentially annoying if you live alone. Also at the moment they are collecting money to help Ukraine, a nation that is at least partially controlled by neo-Nazi’s and is currently at war with Russia. That’s a deal breaker for me.

DuckDuckGo is a popular choice based in the United States but I don't recommend it. While most review sites give them a thumbs up, over the years there have been many questions raised about just how honest the company is. They also have business agreements with Apple, Amazon, and Microsoft, none of which are known for protecting privacy or human rights. The website has an entire page on why no one should be using DuckDuckGo. Read it and then decide for yourself. In 2022 DuckDuckGo made the controversial decision to begin filtering search results to block or downplay information from Russia. Many free-speech advocates said they would leave DuckDuckGo because of this new policy. 

Yippy has gone out of business since the first version of this article was written. The domain now redirects to DuckDuckGo.

I’m often asked about a few other search engines that I haven’t featured before in my blog. Two are Startpage and Search Encrypt. Both are owned at least partially by advertising tech companies, meaning there’s no real guarantee your personal information won’t be tracked and sold to the highest bidder. Another is Ecosia, an environmentally focused German company that plants trees around the world. While their search results are good, their privacy policy causes concern. According to, “Ecosia collects all search queries and then anonymizes this data after seven days. They do a fair amount of data collecting through website analytics, including your IP address, browser agent, location, and more. And Ecosia assigns a Bing tracking ID to every user.” Still, if their environmental work is more important to you than your privacy, this may be an option you can feel good about.

Another one many people ask about is Searx. While this one has a lot of strong features, a major weakness is that Searx doesn’t have its own official server. You either install Searx on your own server, or you use public “instances”, which is where people you probably don’t know install Searx on their own server and then allow you, and everyone else, to use it. The problem is there’s no way to know what information the instance operators are collecting from you or what they’ll do with it. For that reason I can’t recommend it unless you control the server its installed on.

Times have changed and your choices have grown. Stop feeding the abusive tech giants that don’t respect you or your privacy. Make your next search a safer one.

Best Personal Blogs About Life -