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tor : just keep lying



To counter accusations, say black is charcoal, then charcoal
is gray, then gray is silver, then silver is gold, then gold is
platinum, then platinum is diamond. Conclusion: black diamonds
are family jewels which must be protected to sustain royals who
are enriched by them. Opposition to this holy verity is evil incarnate.
Believers in insider riggings will definitely slaughter opponents and
call it crusading patriotism, more vulgarly, national security, or more
down to earth for this list, freedom of our information not yours. We
can hide our precious stones to assure their inflated value but you
cannot hide your worthless junk opinions. Our WMD W3 sysadmins
can whip your futile insurgencies of of Tor hide and seek.


At 09:01 PM 12/12/2014, you wrote:


>http://pando.com/2014/12/09/clearing-the-air-around-tor/
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>" What makes Tor different from the usual thesaurus-full of government
>projects is that Tor is essentially a very elaborate math trick, using
>layers of math puzzles to create a network-within-the-network. That
>math is being implemented in front of a global audience of millions of
>sophisticated watchers. It is likely the most examined codebase in the
>world. It has been subjected to multiple public audits. The math, well
>known and widely standardized, will work for everyone, or it will not,
>whoever pays the bills."
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>What a piece of dishonest garbage. Now it turns out that all
>software is 'math' so it either 'works'  or not? All the usual
>problems with government funded activities magically go away because
>"it's math". Wow. The stupid is overwhelming.
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>"millions of sophisticated watchers"
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>LOL - I wonder how many people actually reviewed tor's source? 10? 50?
>Or maybe 0?
>
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>The funny thing with these zealots is that they are way more brazen and
>full of shit than even the tor developers.