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Steemit is Really Disappointing to Me


Steemit is Really Disappointing to Me

Steemit is Really Disappointing to Me

With all the quality of popular articles being posted on Steemit I think I must confine myself to WordPress or even FaceBook.

At least I can find more serious topics and readers there.

Why Halliburton Oil company controls logging in Steemit?


Steemit is a Mean Alternative for Blogging

Steemit is a Mean Alternative for Blogging

I noticed that logging into Steemit is impossible unless I give permission to Halliburton Company computers, or to Amazon technologies.
The Halliburton Company, an American multinational corporation, is one of the world’s largest oil field service companies, with operations in more than 80 countries.
Halliburton is accused of oil wars, political corruption, fracking, environmental damage, Dick Cheney, Bush, numerous law cases, and many more
Amazon, is an American electronic commerce and cloud computing company that was founded on July 5, 1994, by Jeff Bezos and is based in Seattle, Washington. It is the largest Internet-based retailer in the world.
So why should I have to deal with them get access to Steemit?

Gunpowder mill and GMF among those following you on Steemit!!!!!


Halliburton oil Company

Halliburton oil Company

E. I. du Pont de Nemours and Company, commonly referred to as DuPont, is an American conglomerate that was founded in July 1802 as a gunpowder mill by French-American chemist and industrialist Éleuthère Irénée du Pont.
Pioneer Hi-Bred, a DuPont subsidiary, manufactures genetically modified seeds, other tools, and agricultural technologies used to increase crop yield.
DuPont has faced fines from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and litigation over releases of the Teflon-processing aid perfluoro-octanoic acid (PFOA, also known as C8) from their works in Washington, West Virginia
Chlorofluorocarbons
Dupont, along with Frigidaire and General Motors, was a part of a collaborative effort to find a replacement for toxic refrigerants in the 1920s, resulting in the invention of chlorofluorocarbons (CFCs) by Thomas Midgley in 1928.
In 2005, the company plead guilty to fixing prices of chemicals and products using neoprene, a synthetic rubber, resulting in an $84 million fine
This company along with Amazon Technologies and Halliburton oil Company are following us on Steemit.

Steemit is a Mean Alternative for Blogging


Steemit must be criticized for running Ponzi scheme-like network

Steemit must be criticized for running Ponzi scheme-like network

I tried a website called Steemit.com for more than a month. My objective from posting articles on Steemit was to get more audience and to invite readers to view my blogs on WordPress. Steemit is a social news service which runs a blogging and social networking website on top of a blockchain database, known as Steem. The project was founded in 2016 by Ned Scott and Dan Larimer, creator of BitShares. The two are founders of the Steemit Inc. company which runs the Steemit website and funds ongoing development of the platform. On March 15, 2017 Dan Larimer announced his resignation from the company.

While using Steemit.com I found huge number of strange and aggressive IPs persist to communicate with my computer stealthily. The attacks come oil companies, GMF produces, and even from explosives manufactures.

Steemit states that “Accounts can not be deactivated or deleted. The account along with all of its activity is permanently stored in the blockchain.”! The platform saw huge growth in its first month of operation, before a hack in July 2016 raised questions about security.

I discovered the Steemit.com is not really a blog host but rather a private group forum for “conversation” between members from the public and a small group of undisclosed owners.

Steemit seduces writers to submit articles with money but ultimately uses invested money to reward themselves and few useful people. The main objective of Steemit is not free quality speech but rather promotion of “Steem” as a cryptocurrency.

I am very satisfied with WordPress.com and after experiencing Steemit.com for a while here are my conclusions:

  1. Steemit is by far has low quality materials and authors.
  2. It lacks a lot of the very useful tools and design of WP or other blogging sites.
  3. It is more concerned about collecting articles than on promoting free speech.
  4. It is has hidden subsidiaries websites working on the background.
  5. It is based on a currency token, STEEM, similar to Bitcoin which is unsafe and risky in my opinion.
  6. It invites large number of strange aggressive IP’s to communicate stealthy to members’ computers.
  7. It has a weird rule of not allowing deactivation or deleting accounts.
  8. It distracts authors of opinions from intellectual matters and eludes them by alleged profits.
  9. It does not give authors direct controls over their materials and audience.

I must say that I deeply regret getting an account on Steemit and posting my articles there. Sincerely, I feel that there is mean liberal political, security breaches, and globalist bankers’  agendas behind Steemit. Steemit must be criticized for running Ponzi scheme-like network.

Steemit is a Mean Alternative for Blogging

Steemit is a Mean Alternative for Blogging

What is Steemit.com? They describe themselves in these statements:

“Steemit is a social network and content rewards platform that makes the crowd the beneficiaries of the attention economy. It does this be rewarding users with STEEM.” Steemit states “Most social media sites extract value from their userbase for the benefit of shareholders alone. Steemit is different, it’s a new kind of attention economy. By connecting with the Steem blockchain (which is decentralized and controlled by the crowd), Steemit users receive all the benefits and rewards for their attention.”; “The Steem network continually creates digital tokens to reward content creators and curators. Some of the newly-created tokens are transferred to users who add value to Steemit by posting, commenting, and voting on other people’s posts. The remainder is distributed to holders of STEEM Power and the witnesses that power the blockchain.” “Steemit has redefined social media by building a living, breathing, and growing social economy; a community where users are getting rewarded for sharing their voice.”

I hope Steemit will deactivate and delete my account and all my articles and information from their servers and from their partner sites. Social media site Steemit, just a week after giving away $1.3 million USD to users after seeing huge success, has temporarily shut down after a major hack. Steemit was hacked for ‘$85,000’ as users complain of weak security

In an official statement released today, CEO Ned Scott said that a maximum of $85,000 worth of the site’s currency, the Steemit dollar, “may have been stolen.”

One of these experts is Daniel Imbellino, an information technology specialist and the co-founder of Strategic Social Networking, who first approached Steemit and its cryptocurrency STEEM with extra precaution. He simply believed it was too good to be true. Writers of blog posts were getting paid out a range of $1,000 to $7,000 depending on the popularity. As a result, the Steemit platform paid nearly $1.3 million to users on July 4, 2016.

There are two major issues with the payout system of Steemit. The first is the revenue source; where is Steemit receiving money to incentivize users millions of dollars? According to Imbellino, no one in the company seems to know. The CEO of Steemit, Ned Scott, cited a super angel investor that has funded the platform.

The second major issue with the payout system of Steemit is its clear preference over reputable figures in the industry. If users breakdown the bloggers that are generating thousands of dollars in revenue per article, they are usually very respected figures in the industry like Roger Ver and Charlie Shrem. Ver’s introductory post on Steemit generated a whopping $7,000.

“Upon first glance of Steemit, I noticed the profiles that were earning money were typically earning thousands, and often had post after post with hundreds of dollars of tallied revenue on hand, while other accounts had nearly as many if not more posts of the same quality, yet they had almost no revenue at all. One has to wonder if some of these profiles are merely sock puppet accounts formed to create the illusion of easy money. It all just sounds way too good to be true,” explains Imbellino.

Unless these two simple questions are answered honestly in public I cannot find any reason to believe that hard dollars are made out of thin air and money is made legally and distributed fairly.

It is just stupid to assume that a 350-word article (full for grammar and vocabulary mistakes) of common personal opinion, not a theory or new breaking thought, about “overpopulation” can make $290 in two days.

I decided to stop using Steemit and delete the contents of my posts leaving only links to WordPress blogs.

Another strange treatment from Steemit: Now I am not allowed to edit the contents of my articles, while they don’t allow me to delete my articles or deactivate my account.

They act as if my articles are their own property!

Welcome to the Blockchain!


Blockchain Business Case

Blockchain Business Case

It seems that Steemit has business with Blockchain (Headquarters, Luxembourg) (where you find “Judd mat Gaardebounen”!)
Blockchain.info is a bitcoin wallet and block explorer service. Launched in August 2011, the service provides data on recent transactions, mined blocks in the bitcoin blockchain, charts on the bitcoin economy, and statistics and resources for developers. Information from and links to the website are common in media coverage and in bitcoin forums. The Blockchain.info mobile app for Android allows users to securely send and receive bitcoins and browse blockchain information. In December 2013, the company acquired ZeroBlock LLC, makers of the leading mobile bitcoin app.
Blockchain.info was the world’s most visited bitcoin website in 2013, with over 118 million page views and over 3 million unique visitors in November 2013, and in January 2014 Blockchain.info reached one million user wallets.
I guess I am in the wrong place! but if readers don’t like it (coz you be next soon!) then give me thump up!

White, Arab, and Black Races Targeted by Turkic groups


This a personal advice from a proud Black African to all Blacks, Arabs, and Whites in Europe and Americas.

The White, Arab, and Black races are being defamed, hijacked and targeted systematically for decades by character assassins and hatred from Turkic groups.

They want you to hate and fight each other, so they become victorious over all. These Turkic groups are led by Jews.

The six Turkic main groups (without mentioning those in Russia, Africa, and Central Asia) are:
1- Turkic Muslim in Anatolia, Caucasus, and Balkan, (fake Caucasians since Eastern Tourkia (Khazaria) in 650 AD),
2- Turkic Shia Persians (fake Iranians since the Achaemenids in 550 BC),
3- Turkic Talmudic Zionist Jews (fake Israelite since the tricky Babylonian “Return” in 520 BC),
4- Turkic rulers of Arabia (fake Arabs, following the death of Islam in 655 AD),
5- Turkic “Hindu” Indians and Gypsy (fake Aryans since the Persian conquest in 530 BC), and
6- Turkic Europeans (fake liberal Christians since the “Holy” “Roman” “Empire” in 962 AD)
Plus these groups are the Turkified Scythians who invaded, enslaved, and created the Slavs and Thracians in Caucasus and Balkans since 600 BC.

Don’t allow misinformation and plots to create distrust and hatred between White, Arab, and Black races.

Last 5 Turkic Empires Most Destructive in the World


Turkic Khanates

Turkic Khanates

During the 16th – 20th century when European empires dominated almost every civilization in the world, the only empires that could cause military destruction to European empires were the Turkic empires. In total there were 5 Turkic empires that posed threats to Europe, the Middle East, and Africa.

The Crimean-Nogai raids (1480-1774 AD) were slave raids carried out by the Khanate of Crimea and by the Nogai Horde into the region of Rus’ then controlled by the Grand Duchy of Moscow (until 1547), by the Tsardom of Russia (1547-1721), by the Russian Empire (1721 onwards) and by the Grand Duchy of Lithuania (part of the Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth from 1569). These raids began after Crimea became independent about 1441 and lasted until the peninsula came under Russian control in 1774.

Their main purpose was the capture of slaves, most of whom were exported to the Ottoman slave markets in Constantinople or elsewhere in the Middle East. The raids were an important drain of the human and economic resources of Eastern Europe. The raids also played an important role in the development of the Cossacks.

Estimates of the number of people deported from the Slavic lands during the 14th to 17th centuries was about 3 million. Most of the raids fell on territory of today’s Russia and Ukraine. Slaves were mostly sold to the Ottoman Empire, although some remained in Crimea. The main slave market was Caffa which after 1475 was part of the coastal strip of Crimea that belonged to the Ottomans.

The Crimean Khanate broke off from the Golden Horde in 1441. The Khans took advantage of the conflicts between Lithuania and Moscow to raid both sides. During the Russo-Lithuanian War of 1500–1506 the Tatar penetrated deep into Lithuania. Then Turkic raids on Muscovy began in 1507.

The numerous raids and abduction of captives left a deep imprint on popular culture. In Ukrainian ballads and tales, one of the main themes is Turkish slavery.

Vasily Klyuchevsky (1841-1911) a leading Russian historian said: “During the 16th century, year after year, thousands of people on the borderland vanished from their fatherland, and tens of thousands of the best people in the country set off for the southern border to protect the inhabitants of the central provinces from captivity and ruin. If you consider how much time and spiritual and material strength was wasted in the monotonous, brutal, toilsome and painful pursuit of these wily steppe predators, one need not ask what people in Eastern Europe were doing while those of Western Europe advanced in industry and commerce, in civil life and in the arts and sciences.”

The condition of the captives as they were being carried to the Crimea was very difficult. Held in bondage, divided into small groups, hands tied behind their backs with rawhide straps, tied to wooden poles with ropes around their necks. Held at the end of a rope, surrounded by and tied to horsemen, they were driven by whips across the steppe without stopping. The weak and infirm often had their throats cut so they would not delay the march. Reaching the lower Dnieper where they were relatively safe from Cossacks, the Tatars let their horses graze freely while they set about dividing the captives each of whom had been marked with a hot iron. Having received their slaves as inalienable property each Tatar could do with them as he wished.

In Crimea they were driven to the slave market and placed in single file, bound together by the neck. The buyers carefully inspected the slaves, starting with their exterior appearance and ending with intimate parts of their bodies, to be sure that there were no missing or blackened teeth, warts, bumps or other imperfections. Beautiful girls were especially valued.

Which of these empire were the most destructive to Europe? In fact, many of the imperial states in Western Europe were either Turkic vassals or allies for some time. Marriage, fighters, slaves, and money businesses with Turkic were common in European imperial houses.

Ottoman Empire   (1299 – 1923)

During the 16th and 17th centuries, in particular at the height of its power under the reign of Suleiman the Magnificent, the Ottoman Empire was one of the most powerful states in the world – a multinational, multilingual empire that stretched from the southern borders of the Holy Roman Empire on the outskirts of Vienna, Royal Hungary (modern Slovakia) and the Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth in the north to Yemen and Eritrea in the south; from Algeria in the west to Azerbaijan in the east; controlling much of southeast Europe, Western Asia and North Africa.

Kazakh Khanate   (1456 – 1847)

Kazakh state that existed in 1456–1847, located roughly on the territory of present-day Republic of Kazakhstan. At its height the khanate have ruled from eastern Cumania ( modern day West Kazakhstan ) to most of Uzbekistan, Karakalpakstan and Syr Darya rivers with military confrontation as far as Astrakhan and modern day Iran city of Khorasan Province. Slaves were also captured by Kazakhs frequent raid on territory of Russia,[1] Central Asia to Western Siberia ( Bashkortostan ) during the Kazakh Khanate. From the sixteenth through the early nineteenth century, the most powerful nomadic peoples were the Kazakhs and the Oyrats.

Nogai horde (1440s–1634)

The Nogais horde along with the Crimean Khanate have raided Slavic settlements from Russia, Ukraine, Moldova, and Poland. The slaves were captured in southern Russia, Poland-Lithuania, Moldavia, Wallachia, and Circassia by Tatar horsemen in a trade known as the “harvesting of the steppe”. In Podolia alone, about one-third of all the villages were destroyed or abandoned between 1578 and 1583.[2] Some researchers estimate that altogether more than 3 million people were captured and enslaved during the time of the Crimean Khanate.

Crimean Khanate (1441–1783)

the Crimean Khanate most destructive, even though their empire only included a fraction of Ukraine they had sold more European slaves than anybody, plunder and raided more than the Ottoman. Many of the soldiers who raided, pillage, and captured people for slaves in Eastern Europe under the Crimean Khanate were Nogais soldiers.

Kazan Khanate (1438–1552)

The khanate covered contemporary Tatarstan, Mari El, Chuvashia, Mordovia, parts of Udmurtia and Bashkortostan; its capital was the city of Kazan. It was one of the successor states of the Golden Horde, and it came to an end when it was conquered by the Tsardom of Russia.

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