Trolly’s Hot topic – Zuckerberg’s congressional hearing and other Facebook failures.

Yesterday was big news. Finally, the social media giant Mark Zuckerbot, oops Zuckerberg, made his way to Congress to talk about all of Facebook’s failings. I’ve been fairly vocal about how much I hate Facebook because the social media giants are have been silencing conservative voices and amplifying leftist voices on a continual basis. When Facebook forced me to dox myself just to use their service, I decided that I didn’t want to use their service anymore. It was useless to me anyway, because most of my blog posts hardly ever got any amount of feedback and interactions, despite the fact I blogged almost every single day. But this isn’t anything new for conservatives, despite Zuckerbot’s ‘assurance’ that Facebook is a place of ideas.

From ‘Your user agreement sucks’: Senators threaten Mark Zuckerberg with regulation over data leak

In one of the most contentious exchanges of the afternoon, Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, accused Facebook of a “pervasive pattern of political bias” against conservatives. Zuckerberg disputed the allegation, saying he worked to prevent such bias despite acknowledging that Silicon Valley was “an extremely left-leaning place.”

Yes, Zuckerbot must have been programmed to say, oh no, we won’t allow bias to silence conservatives, we work really hard at it, trust me. Yeah, I don’t believe it at all, because there are too many examples of popular conservatives who get silenced. Whether it is Blaire White or Diamond and Silk who got videos banned for simply being Pro-Trump supporters. It’s hilarious that we have actual evidence that Zuckerbot is lying, but he continues to lie to us, saying he wouldn’t allow the ‘extremely left-leaning place’ to affect their bias.

I love that, extremely left-leaning. You can’t be extremely left-leaning, unless you are part of the far-left, lol!

People don’t realize, Facebook is a leftist paradise. They were fully allowing the Cambridge Analytica controversy go on for years while allowing leftist people try to manipulate elections for liberal parties until Chris Wylie realized and was upset that they were also helping conservatives like Steve Bannon and others. We all know this, and that is why social media websites who take a more neutral stance, like and, are doing far better than ever before. I bet Sheryl Sandberg, the Chief Operating Officer of Facebook, was really upset too, considering she puts a lot of money on Nancy Pelosi.

And while Facebook will work with Mueller’s investigation into ‘Russian Collusion’, They refuse to work with ICE to detain and deport illegal people. This shows how much leftist bias that Facebook actually has. Russian Collusion is a ‘potential danger’ to American democracy, but an actual danger of people illegally coming into the US is not important enough to Zuckerbot to actually help ICE get dangerous criminals out of the US. This is why I know the whole Cambridge Analytica thing is happening only because conservatives benefited from those services. Had only leftists benefited, we would never hear this.

Trump, in my opinion, is an agent of change. He is the bull in a well-manicured china shop that was benefitting leftists for the past 20 plus years. Now that he got elected, leftists are autistically screeching that he has won and wants to do anything to expose why he won and impeach him. And it’s actually working for the alternative media. Yes, YouTube and other places are doing their best to make sure we are silenced, but new alternatives are coming forward all the time. Minds is working to fully integrate into the blockchain and Ethereum. The fact their token system pays for free advertising of your posts to all users of makes it really interesting website to use as social media.

Gab is also a great place, with all kinds to get your work out there. From live topics to categories, things are going awesome there as well. When I started to work my account with memes and blogs, I had a score of 20, and maybe 60 followers and that was March. Now, I have a 640 score and 163 followers. It is far better than what Facebook allowed me to grow by. With these two platforms, I get my brand out there far better than Facebook ever allowed me, because I am a conservative and my views need to be silenced.

I truly think that and Gab can really take the place of Facebook and Twitter. Both work to ensure our privacy is protected while helping people get their voices out there with tools on their websites. The fact that wants to go decentralized with their monetary token system, it should help people create a new system of advertising, so advertisers have an alternative to Facebook to reach their audiences. While this will definitely have a wild western feel to it, it does help independents get their ideas out there and hopefully make some more money.

It’s time to get out there and get people to realize that there are alternatives to Facebook and Twitter. With how much that is going on right now, we can definitely help people out of the leftist echo chambers of Facebook and Twitter. It’s time to make sure we get our voices out there to actually help create some change.

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A Trolly Book Review – The Thoughts of Blaise Pascal

When I started to think about writing a book about our culture, I knew that the first thing I wanted to address was critical thinking and philosophy. I realized one of the first things I should read about is Pascal’s wager, which basically states – when you are presented with two different opposing perspectives on something, and you’re unsure as to which side you should align yourself with, ask yourself this basic question. If one is right and the other is wrong, is there a positive in that position, or will nothing change, or will it harm you and society? He proposed this wager for the idea of God, if there is no proof that God exists, then lets wager – if he exists and I believe, I gain everything, and if I am wrong, it doesn’t harm me or you at all, and if you are wrong, than you lose everything. In today’s society, there’s plenty of opposing views, like does the patriarchy exist or not. If it doesn’t exist, then we can work together to make a better society without ‘trying to smash the patriarchy’, and if I am wrong, we need to work together to make a better society (so no difference), and if a feminist is wrong, then they are chasing after the wind, destroying a culture that can’t possibly survive the continual pursuit of social justice.

See, Pascal’s wager is an important tool in the fight of the culture war. We can start asking these questions even about who should we attack. If the non-interference libertarians are right about Syria, then we can avert a possible WWIII, and if we are wrong than Islamic leaders and people will continue to attack each other, and if the war hawks are wrong, we will only cause more pain and destruction for future generations and possibly WWIII, so my decision is made, I want to avert WWIII. Pascal’s Wager is a very important tool, and I truly believe it is a tool God gave him to give to us.

As you can see, critical thinking can be a learned skill, and Pascal’s Wager can really help us critically think about everything we experience in the news and in life in general. Look for the thing that will benefit you and society the most and you can make a better life for you and society.

So, I got the book because I was very interested in his thoughts on different things. I wanted to really understand the man. I think this is the most important thing. While there are many people who will get Mein Kemph written by Adolph Hitler, to learn his perspective, how about other important people throughout history. Blaise Pascal was a big choice, and I wholly recommend getting different historical people’s diary’s and thoughts to learn what they thought about their daily lives and their culture because it is a window to our own culture.

The first thing I started to think about, and it’s also going into my book, is our incessant need to be ‘special’. From Riley J. Dennis wanting to be a non-binary woman, while fucking women with her feminine penis, making her a lesbian because a woman having sex with women is a lesbian. Every time I think of how fucked up wanting to be special is, I think of good old Riley because it takes a special kind of stupid to believe a heterosexual man who likes having sex with women is a lesbian because they say so. Everything in our culture is based on the idea you need to be special and unique and famous and everything else. This is what Blaise called folly because the greatness of a man is not that they want to be great, but when they acknowledge how we are all in this together, and being humble to our fellow man, and connecting with our fellow human beings.

That is something that stuck with me while I was reading his ideas about greatness and ordinary men. The greatness of a man can only be obtained when we acknowledge we are all the same and we live in service of others. I wonder if someone like Harvey Weinstein ever heard of that?

Hollywood is a major roadblock in our culture because we worship Hollywood. Every time we go to the movies, and every time we buy a BluRay or DVD or watch a TV show, we give them the idea that they are somehow better than us. How many people wish they were rich and famous in Hollywood. Again, Blaise’ culture had the exact same escapism in it. Sure, his world didn’t have Hollywood, but people wished they could be a noble or royalty because everybody believes their lives would become better if they were only Royalty and Nobility back then, or rich and famous right now. We want to escape the hardships of our lives, all together, and we believe we can only do that through being a ‘success’ or ‘winning the lottery’. Our faith hijacked to things that are unlikely to happen and puts us at risk.

Ask Jennifer Lawrence whether the fappening photos were sent to Harvey Weinstein first. She wanted to special, she wanted to make it, she did whatever she could because she didn’t understand her value is not what dollar signs from Hollywood could give her, but the goodwill she can create for every single person who watches one of her movies, or any other thing she could have decided. Again, the who idea that the greatness of mankind (oops, sorry PM JT humankind) is the ability to connect with each other and seeking our own greatness is only folly, she could have saved herself from all the pain as she lives anonymously instead of in the public spotlight.

Using Pascal’s Wager is dealing with Hollywood and it’s complete control over western entertainment a positive, helping prevent this kind of invasion of privacy. Would you want people to expose you all over the Internet like so many people in Hollywood have had to deal with? Of course, it would benefit our culture and our lives. I am going to ensure my children do not see Hollywood entertainers as something to want to be because of their status. I’m always going to focus on how good or bad a movie we watch is, not on how great a person is for being on TV or movies. That would help deal with the injustice we see in the world, where young people will sell themselves out just to be famous.

And Blaise’s ideas on justice also impressed me a great deal. I started to understand the danger of people seeking justice. Yes, we have millions, even billions of women who want justice for ‘the wage gap’, ‘rape culture’, ‘discrimination’ and so many other things. They are on the warpath to ‘smash the patriarchy’. This is why I have to say, this idea of the patriarchy is bad for our society. Blaise said, when you give a person or people who want justice the power to enact it, you get tyranny of the mob, which will bring great harm. With everything that has been happening with the #MeToo movement, we see the whole group of women who are now ‘smashing the patriarchy’, putting everything in flux. Blaise, as do I, advocate teaching those in power how to be just because their justice will be benevolent instead of malevolent like the mob’s justice.

When you think about this justice and not giving people who want justice power to enact justice, it explains the bloody history of the 20th century. Whether it was the Bolshevik revolution that killed millions in Russia, all because the people wanted justice, or it was the millions dying in China as Chairman Mao enacted the same justice, or Adolph Hitler going out and trying to stop both Stalin and communism from gaining a foothold in Europe, people enacting justice can create great catastrophes. Blaise probably saw it when the French Revolution happened, because the common folk went out to guillotine the nobility and royalty of France. His observance of that revolution was a sign of things to come for us a few centuries later.

And people still want revolution and justice, and I am starting to believe all revolutions are a bad idea, because when people who want justice will always bring tyranny if they have the power to enact it, its bad to want a revolution. That is why elections are so important. And we should also accept the system of law to bring people to justice because orderly justice is better than the justice of the mob because when the powerful bring justice it will always be better. Look at how Donald Trump is really trying to make America great again. Over 3 million jobs, and doing his best for all people, protecting America. When the powerful bring justice, it is good, and when the those who want to bring justice are given power, it is always a bad idea.

So, I would definitely recommend reading this book. It’s a great way to see the world in a very different light. Not only have I realized the endless pursuit of fame and recognition is stupid for all people, we should just seek to make a better world together, and instead of seeking justice against those who harmed us, let us build each other up to create a truly great world. These are fundamental problems in our culture, and we need to work together to make things better.

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Trolly’s Hot Topic – Cambridge Analytica

Once upon a time, there was a pink haired liberal snowflake who had a dream. His dream was to ensure leftist parties all over the planet could use Facebook to manipulate elections to ensure mean conservative parties who disagreed with the homosexual lifestyle couldn’t cramp his style. Who cares if conservatives accept people like Milo Yiannopoulos, he had to ensure those homophobic conservatives couldn’t obtain power. So he went out to create a business and a system that would allow leftists to manipulate elections. And then Steve Bannon and John Bolton found out about this system and hired Cambridge Analytica to help with different primaries. And then Donald Trump was elected and Chris Wylie, the pink haired snowflake, went public that his company may have helped Trump, Brexit and other ‘far-right’ movements.

From Cambridge Analytica, AggregateIQ and the Facebook scandal: A guide to who’s accused of what

Canadian data analyst Chris Wylie has worked for or co-founded several firms whose clients included major players in the 2016 U.S. election, the Brexit referendum and Canadian politics. Then, Mr Wylie became a whistle-blower alleging impropriety in how some of those companies handled data gathered from Facebook.

Yes, here we have it. You can tell why Chris is so upset that Cambridge Analytica has helped ‘right-winged’ political movements. He started his company to help leftists, and the fact they were used to help the conservatives he doesn’t like is why he is doing this. It is so transparent. He is such a weasel, if only leftists were using this system, you know Chris wouldn’t yap his pink haired head off about what his company was doing, right. Had the remainers used his system and won, he would say nothing. Same if Hillary Clinton had won the presidency instead of Trump. So we have a guy who is only doing this because he doesn’t like the causes his company has helped.

Mr Wylie, the 28-year-old British Columbian who helped found Cambridge Analytica, has portrayed himself as an unlikely accomplice to the conservative schemes of Mr Bannon and the Mercers. A gay vegan of liberal persuasion, he got interested in data’s potential to explain or predict elections when he was a student in London who worked for the Liberal Democrat party, according to the Observer’s profile of him. A party connection introduced Mr Wylie to SCL, whose founder, Mr Nix, gave him total freedom to pursue his ideas. But Mr Wylie’s relationship with his employers soured as they got deeper into U.S. conservative politics: “Rules don’t matter for them,” he told the Times. “For them, this is a war, and it’s all fair. They want to fight a culture war in America.”

This is the biggest thing for me. He only left a company he created to help manipulate elections when the elections it was manipulating were helping those he didn’t want to help. Like I said, a liberal homosexual vegan didn’t want to help Trump or Brexit, so he left when ‘those mean conservatives’ were using his system to help ‘righteous liberals’. And now he is ‘whistleblowing’ what is going on on Facebook and his old company. Guess what Chris, for those who read into this, you made your bed, lie in it. You are not some hero, but a spoiled little millennial snowflake who is butthurt over the people your company helped. You wouldn’t have said anything if people like Stephane Dion, Justin Trudeau, or Hillary Clinton used your system and won, you wouldn’t have done or said anything because that is why you created your company for. You wanted to manipulate the elections in the way you wanted, not in the way that may have happened.

Mr Wylie’s interest in politics and fighting injustice began at a young age, The Globe and Mail’s Patrick White reports. Growing up in Victoria, the six-year-old Mr Wylie was attacked at elementary school by a fellow student, leading to a court battle and a settlement of $290,000. The young Mr Wylie got involved in Victoria city hall, became a Liberal Party supporter and, in 2008, he went to work for a Liberal MP who knew his parents, Keith Martin. At 17, he worked for the federal Liberals under then-leader Stéphane Dion. A Liberal staffer told The Globe that he pressed the party to microtarget voters using data, but like the Liberal Democrats, they ignored him.

So, we have him at the age of 17, wanting to use data to manipulate elections, but people ignored him. He’s okay with manipulating elections for liberals, but not when conservatives use his methods to help their agendas. This is what I call Liberal hypocrisy. It’s okay, in Chris’ mind, to manipulate elections for liberals but not for conservatives. I am of the mind to say, it is wrong for both sides to use data to manipulate elections.

But one thing came to my mind about this. While I don’t know how many people may have died for attempting to whistleblow Hillary Clinton, from Seth Rich to many others, Chris Wylie is the first and only named ‘whistleblower’ against Trump. Guess what, he’s still alive.

And Chris is even angry about what Facebook has done, those evil people allowed me to collect data, which is what I wanted to do in the first place to help leftists win elections.

Speaking at a London journalism event on March 20, Mr Wylie accused Facebook of ignoring him too when, after he left Cambridge Analytica in 2014, he tried to raise concerns with the California company about the harvested data. Facebook deleted him from the platform and associated sites, and he says Facebook is more concerned with blaming him than with fixing their own privacy issues:

The kind of psychological profile of Chris Wylie is so interesting. He definitely seems unstable. He’s okay developing these systems if they help his agenda, but once his ideological opponents start using his systems, he gets all butthurt and angry. And while I agree with the initial idea that Facebook is bad, and their commitment to our privacy is outrageous. We know the meme – don’t we. Facebook sells our information to corporations and government for their own profit, and Wikileaks gives us information on corporations and government for free, while Facebook and Mark Zuckerberg are seen as ‘heroes’ Wikileaks and Julian Assange is seen as evil criminals in the media.

I’m glad #DeleteFacebook is trending now. I deleted facebook a while back when they were forcing me to dox myself to use their service. I hate facebook, and I would rather be on and instead. I’m glad advertisers are pulling out of Facebook. I hope those advertisers pulling out keeps Zuckerberg awake at night. Three-quarters of Canadians are modifying how they use Facebookthey must have found out that they are dumb fucks for trusting Him.

And so we’re all looking at how our elections may have been manipulated by Cambridge Analytica, and nobody questions that they may have influenced the elections for Brexit and Trump. Cambridge Analytica has been ‘bad boys’ for a while now, but in a story, you probably didn’t read about this, CA tried to manipulate different African elections with limited success. The study into these manipulations said that most people were going to vote one way or another, and their influence had an almost negligible effect.

From Cambridge Analytica, AggregateIQ failed to undermine African democracy

In Nigeria, Mr Wylie alleged that Cambridge Analytica and AggregateIQ had distributed anti-Muslim videos on social media in 2015 to help the then-president Goodluck Jonathan and his ruling party in their efforts to defeat opposition candidate Muhammadu Buhari. But the tactics were a dismal failure. Despite the huge resources it enjoyed from incumbency, the ruling party was badly beaten by Mr Buhari’s party, which defeated Mr Jonathan by a comfortable majority of 54 percent to 45 percent.

One reason for the failure of Cambridge Analytica’s tactics in 2015 was a simple reality that both sides did it. Both of the major parties used “inflammatory language and hate speech,” according to a post-election report by the European Union’s election monitoring mission. Both sides used negative tactics, religious and ethnic appeals, escalating accusations and fierce personal attacks, the report said.

Wow, if you took the country out of the picture, the country of Nigeria, and look at the negative tactics are used, wouldn’t you say that election was the same in Canada, or Brexit, or in the US, etc, etc, etc. Are these tactics constantly used, and wouldn’t they have the same effects here as well in Nigeria? Of course, the elections and the manipulations would have little effect on the election is our countries as well. Or do you think we’re less intelligent than people who still live in huts? It’s almost as if people in all countries have already made their decision and they will vote for their enlightened self-interest.

Having read about all of this, I don’t like how Steve Bannon and others used these services, but as with all things, the seed of the idea is what we need to evaluate. Chris Wylie wanted to create a system that used Data from Facebook to manipulate elections. He wanted to use that system to help Leftists in elections over conservative people. When his company and the parent company started to work with conservatives, he started to ‘whistle blow’ about Facebook and his company, and now adds Trump in the controversy of his creation of a system and company to manipulate elections. This is all about Chris Wylie being a jerk, and we shouldn’t honour him as a hero.

Thank God it has hurt Facebook, and I will never look back on deleting it.

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