James Dolan, former Marine and co-creator of the whistleblower submission system SecureDrop alongside Aaron Swartz and Wired editor Kevin Poulsen, has died. The Freedom of the Press Foundation, which took over SecureDrop, reports that Dolan, age 36, took his own life.
Kind of incredible, considering I doubt Assange’s work has cost one Deep State Operator even a single penny. Wikileaks is, at most, a mosquito buzzing around the ass of the Deep State. Trump would have crushed Hillary regardless, I doubt we will ever see a single Clinton in a trial, and I am sure intel is running circles around the entire operation. And those are not even the real Deep State operators in the revolving public-sector/private-sector Intel apparatus, whose names none of us will ever know.
I expect that some day r/K’s arrival on the political scene will have hundreds of times the effect of Wikileaks. A concept that emboldens K’s, shames and amygdala-hijacks r’s, destroys equalitarianism, and explains the destruction the left creates clearly, right as we head into a K-shift will be ground-shaking.
The old me might have taken part in creating something like wikileaks, and just assumed if you are not breaking the law, you’d go on with your life like nothing happened. But it doesn’t work that way. Powerful players play hardball, and none of the rules you were taught about apply in that arena.
Case in point in how things work is James Damore, who is suing google for discriminating against conservatives. Have no doubt, he is being watched and listened to 24/7 by PI’s google has hired to get up on him and they will spare no expense in doing so. He will have his home broken into, his tech will be monitored, friends will be recruited or turned to inform on him, and he will literally never be out of eye or earshot of the operators. That is just how the game is played. Will they plant drugs? Lure him into a sexual assault charge with a prostitute? Do something worse? It probably depends on how strong his case is.
I don’t really care how it works. Reality is reality. But I do find it extremely irritating that everyone pretends it works differently in the US, and thus lures guys into the game who are not really cut out for it. Be honest, let everyone know there are no rules, and then let the games begin. This Marine might still be alive.
Lying about it also weakens my countrymen considerably. For them to be walking around so naive and unaware cannot be good for the US’s overall strength and capability in the national arena. Nor will it help conservatives survive what is coming. Educate everyone honestly, make everyone strong, and then let the competition play out as it all comes down.
Either way, the online right has a lot of adaptation to do before the Apocalypse hits. Because if there are no rules now, I don’t even want to know what it will be like then.
Start getting Apocalypse ready.