Over the years I have become more interested in private messaging and ways to send anonymous / untraceable messages. And when I became more involved in the Nationalist Movement, anonymity became more important when I wanted to send quick messages.
The reason is I would find myself talking about sensitive topics with other people. You don't want to discuss sensitive topics over Email or Facebook I can tell you that. Trust me. Government agencies don't need to get a warrant for those communications to see what you've been saying. And if they do get a warrant, they don't have to let you know about it.
Privnote has become one of my favorite ways to send quick messages. It has that "Burn After Reading" security to it. You just type a message into the yellow window, create the link, and send it. After the person clicks on the link and reads the message, the link no longer works to reveal the message sent.
The site also works great on your iPhone. Just create the message, then send it via text (or email). Perfect for unreadable texting back and forth if you have an iPhone. Android users will have to use QuickForget.com because you can't copy the link on the Privnote site.
This is also a great way to send someone a website user name and password. That way there's no record in your email.
This is good if you need to talk about "sensitive topics" e.g., secret meetings, guns, revolution, etc. I'm not going to say it's IMPOSSIBLE for the alphabet soup to trace who sent the message, but it would be very difficult to trace by IP Address only.
I discovered ChatStep recently and use it almost on a daily basis. The best part is that you do not have to create a log-in Username or "Join" a site. Which means that your conversations are not saved via a username like a Facebook or a Yahoo Messenger account.
You just go to the site, create a chat room name and a nickname (password is optional), and then share the name with others. That's it. No login name, no password, no logs of who's typing what to whom. It has that same "Burn After Reading" security to it.
I change the chat room name and my nickname regularly when chatting with others.
Update 5/12/2013: ChatStep has been down for a few days and recently came back online. The alternative I use is CryptoCat. It has the same Anonymous chat room / username setup and all text is encrypted and cleared when you leave. You have to install the browser extension, although there is an App you can download for Mac. From what I read CryptoCat is working on a Mobile app which will come in handy.
Tor is great for anonymous browsing. It routes your internet traffic through several proxies before going to the webpage you want to visit. Basically, no one can tell by the IP Address who visited the webpage.
I've been using the Tor network for over a year now. While I don't use it 100% of the time doing my normal casual browsing, I do use it especially when I go to most Nationalist websites.
Granted Tor isn't the 100% end all solution for anonymous browsing, but it will 99% hide your traffic from both the website you're visiting and your ISP.
I sometimes use Privnote and ChatStep (and CryptoCat) over Tor. I am even using Tor to update this BLOG right now!
Is Big Brother Really Watching...
All of these tools are to used for sending information so that it cannot be proven that you are the author. You don't want an email conversation, chat log, or Heaven Forbid, Facebook messages back and forth about a conversation that could lead back to you to be easily traceable.
It would be really, really hard to prove that you typed something and sent it to someone using these tips. (Imagine connecting to Tor, and using Privnote back and forth over ChatStep).
President Ahmadinejad of Iran is taking steps to improve the Global Economy by establishing an Islamic Bank and getting out of the current Jewish-Capitalist Banking System. This is a big victory for Islamist, and the rest of us, around the globe. This means that Iran will own it's own money supply and will not be receiving it in the form of loans from Jewish International Bankers. One more difference about Islamist Banking, when compared to the current Federal Reserve Bank here in the US, is that there is no Usury Interest on loans, aka Interest Free Loans. And because Iran is a Nationalist State this is going to work very well for both the Iranian People and Economy.
Although this is great news and a step in the direction that most nations need to follow, I personally have two unfortunate predictions:
After spending an estimated $1 BILLION to re-elect Barack Obama and mainatin control of the U.S. Senate, the union bosses expect PAYBACK. And they're wasting no time demanding passage of the Card Check Forced Unionism Bill as payback. If "Card Check" passes, it will strip workers of the secret ballot so union thugs can intimidate workers one-on-one -- or three-on-one -- into signing so-called "union authorization cards." That's why it's vital you sign the petition below DEMANDING your Congressman and Senators OPPOSE Big Labor's Card Check Forced Unionism Bill. When you sign your ZIP CODE, your petitions will be directed to the appropriate Representative and Senators. After signing the petition, I hope you will agree to contribute to the National Right to Work Committee to moblize more Americans to defeat Card Check Forced Unionism.