Firefox Now Engages in Propaganda and Censorship; Make the Switch Today!

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  • [ – ] permavirgin reply You can't make this shit up. We need a "solution" to the Soros Problem.
    • Liberty_Surveillance parent reply The final solution not just for Nazis anymore.
    • [ – ] DickDitty parent reply We have had a solution to Soros for a long time, the implementation of it has been a real "𝗕𝗜𝗧𝗖𝗛".
      • [ – ] Atlantis parent reply excellent (say it like Mr. Burns). RELEASE THE HOUNDS!
        • DickDitty parent reply The solution I was talking about is the Constitutional Banking amendment. They've been working on it since the 80s. If you've seen this; it's what I'm talking about https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CJKoyhMbNpM Soros is printing our currency, we'll never beat him until it stops.
        • DickDitty parent reply I 𝒅𝒊𝒅 say it like that; that's why it's in bold letters. 🙂
      • Atlantis parent reply mmm, I'm thinking we pass something w/the DOJ.. such as "anyone who finances riots, damage & nonsense;becomes libel for said damages. Hit them in the pocket book. That's ALL they understand.
    • frankblackcrow parent reply I agree, with that,, anytime he's connected to something that's being used like FF,, needs to be kicked to the curb,, that's my take on what to do, so as what he thinks he's doing a good thing the ppl at FF will get to know,, maybe not a good idea to get in bed with a lecherous old war criminal.
    • [ – ] tradwife parent reply Is it possible to completely delete our old Firefox account with our bookmarks and stuff?
    • montgom parent reply Soros is old and will die soon
  • [ – ] Prepperymike reply so now after the stupid election I have to switch from youtube to vidme, google to duckduckgo and now pale moon from fireforms. Grrr.
    • [ – ] crescendolor parent reply It's phasing out those gmail accounts that's the challenge for me. I'm in deep in that swamp.
    • [ – ] AnneO parent reply We would have had to switch no matter who won. This crap has been in the works for years. Use Linux and screw the entire lot of these bastards.
      • [ – ] Atlantis parent reply Frankly AnneO... I really think they can get anything on us they want. You won't be able to hide, they have millions of freaks working on spying on everyone. Don't care. They might pick us off one by one.. but, we are too many. They can't wipe us all out, if you just continue to speak out (devil may care attitude) then whatever. That is what I do... just you know don't "threaten" to kill or burn something down.
        • [ – ] Atlantis parent reply Oh, and if they can't get you... they'll get your kids or someone close to you.
          • Atlantis parent reply Or those devils will just make it up. Bad is bad. Don't fear... just carry on & fight the nasty freaks.
    • VybeyPantelonez parent reply Crazy! Sour grapes over a billion?
    • kerbal_101 parent reply "after the stupid election" Actually, Trump is enemy of Soros. Anti-trump campaign was paid by Soros, he was fully after Hillary.
  • [ – ] Menexus reply Silicon Valley is so ideologically incestuous. I don't even know where to go anymore. :/
  • [ – ] Angry_Computer_Nerd reply Tor browser https://www.torproject.org/projects/torbrowser.html#windows Based on Firefox. It uses private servers to connect to the internet and hide your identity. If you guys have any good suggestions list them here.
    • DickDitty parent reply I like tor, it uses router encryption to keep your i.p. address anonymous. If they don't know where you are they don't know who you are.(or what kind of ads to pound you with 🙂) They need volunteers to run the routing services though (that's what makes it slow sometimes)
    • [ – ] StolenMoment parent reply I have Tor installed and occasionally use it for 'sensitive' sites. It is kinda difficult and real slow. 'Brave' ain't ready, maybe never will be. go pale moon.
      • Angry_Computer_Nerd parent reply It's a browser for privacy nuts such as myself. It's slow because it connect through private servers world wide instead of directly connecting to a site. I did download pale moon. It looks very outdated but I have yet to browse and test its speed.
    • JackDinn parent reply Tor's ok if your an undercover spy or buying %%*&&*££" from god knows who but you won't be using it for day to day usage. Brave is a bit early, if they get their dark theme sorted on Linux I might take another look. Iv settled on Vivaldi for now. https://vivaldi.com/?lang=en
    • [ – ] VapeCat parent reply I don't believe anything hides our identity anymore.
  • DankMcDreamcast reply I also did noticed that they started to use hipster SJW style art styles onto there browser I get a subliminal message vibe from it lol.
  • [ – ] Atlantis reply DuckDuckGo?
  • Brandon95 reply Fuck Firefox! 🖕🏻
  • VybeyPantelonez reply So much 1984 going down, I'm diggin the tech discussion on this page tho. The youtube page is prolly a bunch of nonsense comments lolz
  • Platypus67 reply Firefox always was my favorite browser - but if the literally nazi-jew george soros (who should sit on deathrow for his deeds over the last half century!) has his filthy claw gripping it now - i HAVE to switch. I avoid this piece of human toxic waste like the plague he is! So i will try out 'pale moon' TODAY.
  • mattytripps reply Why don't you just use the tor browser
  • kikkie2 reply 47 hours ago changed to firefox 2hours ago changed to pale moon holy shit i feel like a fugitive...
  • kg4icg reply Samsung just released there browser to all Android devices
  • [ – ] RiccardoBlb reply Ex firefox loyalist here, I switched to Brave, a lot faster little to no issues (only webgl doesn't work properly for me atm), adblock, https everywhere, fingerprint protection and noscript are included, they have also a version for androind (synchronization desktop -> android is still under development)
    • 4thDaGrymReaper parent reply Braves pretty good, I am using the dev channel every now and then. it needs something like tampermonkey and a dark theme for me to entirely ditch firefox.
  • StolenMoment reply Tried Brave...Its like an early Beta. Pale Moon is excellent, data import from firefox works. I way recommend pale moon.
  • archangelospumo reply Watching this video via pale moon/vidme. Only problem, no subtitles
  • PlannerHaus reply Thank you Styx
  • frankblackcrow reply They want to crack down on fake news but wont kick CNN and NBC from the internet, the real perpetrators of fake news to the tenth degree, when they won't do that we can tell there is an agenda at hand that is being wanted from those same corporate perpetrator's of fake news, and all done from them investing in the areas they want to block off to the rest of the world that is already looking at them as the real sell outs to the agenda that is at hand.
  • [ – ] GreybackCoyote reply Anybody got suggestions for a secure iPhone browser?
    • Alonewolf parent reply Browsers on iPhone are just a shell for safari as far as I'm aware. Apple are restrictive. So just try setup safari as best you can I guess.
  • macrox6 reply I was a Firefox loyalist. I have been a FIrefox loyalist since day 1. Hurts that it has come to this.
  • [ – ] winter__leaf reply They're really pushing the patience of the upper middle class kids that made them a household browser. Those people are now adults and will make financial decisions around what's safer for their family. Also, Mozilla has had quality issues for a long time. I'd say loosing Brendan Eich was a turning point, but it was bad before then. In fact, it had memory leaks even when IE was its only competition. I think the problem reaches over into Mozilla branches. Even PaleMoon has performance issues over the long term (for me). The shit reality is that chromium-based browsers just perform better. The best I can recommend to people is to get a privacy-centered chromium branch. But people are always suspicious of hidden botnet.
    • abluejelly parent reply As a note on the memory leaks problem, that's part of why Moz has been backing the Rust language so very hard; a Rust-based reimplementation physically can't leak memory.
  • [ – ] Dexlawson reply Hi Styx. Here from YouTube. Hope that Mark Dice, Milo, etc. follow you over here...
  • Phobos_Media reply "Mozilla will be helping to fight fake news." Fish, meet bicycle.
  • ErickAlden reply I started using pale moon after your last video on this topic and it works great.
  • DankMcDreamcast reply Great Firefox dipped their toes into globalism a unpopular subject on the internet. Wtf firefox you turned into the dark-side. I was about to give you another chance when the updates disabled all my add ons and made it a bitch to get all my settings back with this new shitty update, now I have to say fuck you mozzilla and make a switch. fuck you a ode to no one in your company.
  • [ – ] abluejelly reply Looking at the actual news, they're currently in passive data-gathering mode. Sticking with them for now, but going to keep my eyes open to this. The way they pitched it, it sounds like their goal is to be pushing the features into things around FFx not FFx itself. Tor is a fork of firefox, so I'd say it's actually fairly likely that anything they do will be some form of opt-, be it in or out, simply because I can't see them leaving Tor out in the cold- no matter how much Soros infests them.
    • abluejelly parent reply Additionally, even if they do, the Tor project people will make sure everyone (and I mean _everyone_) knows.
  • Chili1179 reply I have tried Brave, Opera and Pale Moon and I like Opera the most so far. Built in VPN is a nice addition.
  • geptun350 reply I switched to Qupzilla, its a really nice browser :)
  • tradwife reply Making the jump from all Google services. Glad to find a familiar face on the front page.
  • VidmarHeck reply FF has a history of political censorship. FF fired Brendan Eich because of his views on traditional marriage and support of prop 8 a few yrs back. FF naturally denies he was removed for that reason. Sure.
  • tmosley reply Switched from Firefox today. Went with Brave as PaleMoon isn't available on Linux. Really enjoying it so far. No errors at all, unlike Firefox where it fucked up every five minutes.
  • Librebowski reply Your timeline is all messed up bro, Firefox replaced Netscape navigator in about 1995 when windows stole the source code. There was a major lawsuit about it and Microsoft ended up wining. Although there is much evidence saying Microsoft did in fact steal the source code all of this is just historical fact now.
  • [ – ] Auceza reply I use opera.com.
  • rhinCA reply I just closed/cancelled my YouTube account. That's probably what Google would like us to do. So be it. F thought police. Money crushes honesty every time.
  • [ – ] pookito7 reply And that is the reason why we should all use open source software only.
  • ThatOneNwah reply The failing company cries out in pain as it strikes you
  • elgabowsky reply The way this is going I'm already downloading tails (a linux distribution that routes all internet traffic through tor). Windows (under palemoon or brave, testing them right now) will be for normie stuff only.
  • slimjimpui reply expand (possible spam) Styx, on the eclipse stream you briefly talked about Duck Duck Go being untrustworthy. Can you talk more on this subject as many in the altmedia have been endorsing the search engine such as Dave Cullen. Also, I know this is off topic but on the eclipse stream you mentioned looking into cryptocurrencies; I recommend you research an individual named Lynette Zang for an interesting counteranalysis
  • ITSnippets reply I jumped to opera when chrome chewed up to many resources.. The built in VPN + Ad blocking should be standard on browsers!
  • CreatorsThinkingCritically reply Firefox has gotten so crashy in recent years. Facebook especially always seem to crash it.
  • Bal6fs2 reply Pen and paper .
  • kayhusseingaddafai reply Just-tryin-my-new-handle-infidels. Hell-oh-out-there!-In-other-news-fuck-firefox!!
  • Rune_Rydningsen reply LINK: http://nordic.businessinsider.com/mozilla-new-initiative-counter-fake-news-2017-8?r=US&IR=T
  • knowitalltoknownothing reply I'm still having issues with Pale Moon. For example, loading a page on Wikipedia, it loads pages without the CSS and then takes sometime for that to kick in. I tried a side-by-side comparison with Chrome. It's still miles behind but at least they haven't come out to be assholes yet. I don't like doing business with people I find morally reprehensible. I'm not quite off of facebook, youtube and twitter yet. I believe it'll be a weening process but eventually I'll be free.
  • ironrope reply thank you for the links in your description styx. going to be trying out all of these alternatives for myself. you really are doing an awesome job and channels like yours are going to help vid.me + these other services that you are utilizing grow. the community is sprouting! 10.2 work styx.
  • [ – ] tradwife reply I may just all-around switch everything to Apple since Windows is cucked, Android is Google-cucked, the browsers and things I use for them are cucked... The only reason I preferred PC was for gaming, but that is shitty now because 1: cucked and 2: degenerate waste of my time. #tradedgeprobs
    • [ – ] ironrope parent reply if i am not mistaken isn't apple equally "cucked" in different ways? i am in the same position myself - i have majority android products and want an alternative that isn't a trap!
      • tradwife parent reply All I know is it looked like Appl counter-signaled against Google for firing the former employee of theirs that criticised Google over the left-wing work environment. The cell phone market is split between Google's Android phones which despite being built upon linux (the people's OS) obviously does not support the people where Google is concerned, there are Microsoft's Windows phones which Bill Gates has been openly globalist, and then there's Apple' iPhones that have better out-of-the-box security than most of the apps that one NEEDS to download for the other 2 operating systems, and Apple having been supportive of free speech twofold... In recent history, Apple has fought the government for demanding an insecure backdoor to their unhackable OS. So, for me that is a third point.
  • robertendicott reply Interesting
  • tradwife reply Me too, and being a fuckin android user doesn't make it any easier... From the ads I saw recently after the Google employee was fired... Apple looks like the way to go. They had that "Google: Get fired, Apple: Get hired" meme. So they seem to support diversity of opinion for employees, and hopefully that extends to customers. I really need to switch next time I buy a phone.
  • FriendlyFaucet reply Fk sake... this is now pissing me off
  • duckhk reply I am using the mobile version of Brave and it works great.
  • snorelax53 reply I've used Firefox for years. Goodbye Firefox!
  • linuxseabreeze420 reply Do you have any alternative browser apps to suggest?
  • howboutno reply I've installed Pale Moon with DuckDuckGo. Also Vid.me!
  • erugli reply Only Brendan Eich can save Mozilla Firefox now /s
  • OrionBlastar reply You remind me of Procasti that did https://kr5ddit.com/ and is working with me on http://k666.kr5ddit.com/ to come up with a better discussion CMS system.
  • Leppa reply Crap... I use chrome...
  • JackDinn reply Well id say my choice after testing for several months is Vivaldi https://vivaldi.com/?lang=en, maybe Brave if/when they get their dark themes sorted out for Linux, but we shall see.
  • randymcfelch reply Windows - Comodo Dragon /Comodo Icedragon Linux - palemoon /Brave/Vivaldi
  • frankblackcrow reply I used FF because of that same reasoning, of it being better than MS's load of crap that they keep telling everyone is better when it's not because it's made by MS. Chrome, as soon as it got owned by Google it turned fast to crap. As it is now I use Opera as a browser because it seems faster than the rest, even if it looks like a Chrome clone,, which has a higher probability of being Chrome as it's base, from the non owned base of what was chrome in it's first inception of being a browser.. Tried Onion,, and that was too much of a hassle,, and other browsers seem more to be unstable marketing ploys than an actual browser.
  • frankblackcrow reply Good to see you here Styxhexenhammer666, now you need to get H.A Goodman here and ditch YT, Killed a lot of my subbing to ppl on YT including H.A Goodman , another thing not to use is linking video from YT because if they deem your channel gone and have linked video,, they go up in smoke,, needs to be said so others get to know that YT is not a good choice for disappearing channels.
  • GSP-4ME reply ok, np, ditching Firefox : )
  • astraleyes reply Dammit. And here I was saying how awesome Firefox was. Alright, I'll try Pale Moon...
  • notatheist reply I like to use Orfox on Tor
  • SupremeSugi reply Some other good browsers "UC Browser", Vivaldi & Orbitum are rather nice
  • SavageSavant reply Styx, whatchya think about DuckDuckGo?
  • Styphus reply Sweet, I was long due to swap from firefox anyhoo, only reason I kept using it was because I didn't feel like using Chrome.
  • Command808 reply I tried out Pale Moon after your video suggesting it and I did like how well it worked, but the sync function to be absolute garbage. After screwing around with it for more than an hour I ended up uninstalling it on all my devices and moved over to Opera. So far I'm digging it, haven't had any problems and I'm not aware of any fuckery from these folks. If anybody knows different, let me know.
  • firaro reply Where are you getting any information that says firefox will be forcing this on you? And some tools for the common man to be able to tell how reliable a source is might be useful, sure they might go evil in how they do it, but by the same token they might find an actual workable unbiased solution which would be something im all for. Or this all might come to nothing. Why not get back to me when their proposal stops sounding reasonable or they do something bad.
  • I3UTM reply Not sure if this will get noticed but whatever. username@domain $ sudo apt-get install lynx lynx https://www.chromium.org/developers/how-tos/get-the-code
  • Atlantis reply How old is this guy? Styxhexhammer666 .....
  • neggit reply It's crazy. Made an edgy Sam Hyde edit last night and it was removed from Youtube,due to :"harassment and bullying ".Had to come here to upload it.
  • TwoCatsYelling reply Firefox has been crap for a long time. No great loss at all. I've been using 'Brave', which is based on Chromium (the Open Source base that Chrome is made from.. without all of Google's intrusive crap in it) I started checking out Pale Moon based on your recommendation, Styxx - so far so good.
  • Tourfaint reply firefox has one function thats essential for me and no other browser has it. When you type something in the address bar, it searches your history, and it learns what you type for when you want to find a specific type. In effect you can teach firefox to have a hotkey for different types, you type a letter, and what you find from that letter shows up near the top. For example my "s" hotkey was full in firefox, so i went to your youtube from the letter "h" (typing "hexenhammer) and now your channel shows up first when i type "h". I have all those shortcuts for all the letters and symbols in the keyboard made that way, and i haven't found another browser that can do that, the moment i do, i'll switch.
  • SarinOne reply SRWare Iron is probably the best imo
  • jkless070 reply I just switched over to the new Firefox Focus browser, right before I read the article about Soros involvement...I'm bl to chrome for now.
  • leighsd2002 reply Thanks was looking for something when I heard about this - moving day is fun- clean up is so cathartic
  • swerver reply I've been using Vivaldi lately. The only problem I have with it is that the audio on CNBC videos is really fucked up. Other than that I really like the UI on it.
  • SmoothTlatoani reply I already switched. My divorce from google is not yet complete,but I'm doing well. I'll ditch my android phone tomorrow.
  • [ – ] Ixidon reply I recently downloaded Brave. Sadly, it's still clearly not polished/ still buggy, even though I do like it in general. I might use it in the future, just not now. I guess I'll try Palemoon now.
  • Cyriu reply I remember way back a few years ago when I used FireFox religiously...and searched hentai of it during my otaku phase.
  • Phobos_Media reply MAde the switch to Pale Fire, can confirm it is better than Mozilla. Faster, user friendly, noninvasive (so far) You will never suddenly find questionable browser extensions have been installed for no reason.
  • Theus_Ixion reply @Styxhexenhammer666 I just tested on Minds.com, and it appears that all you need to do to upload a video is to click the paperclip on the post, and select the file. The first time I tried it, it disappeared, but on the second attempt, it uploaded fine and played as an embedded video. I had thought I could make a video on it, but it's simple enough to just explain. I uploaded an .mp4 file, so if you use a different format, that may cause an issue. Anyhow, hope that helps.
  • Rime_and_Treason reply IceWeasel>FireFox
  • Liberty_Surveillance reply I saw that news the other day and was very surprised to see the hand of Soros in this. Where have all the snipers gone?
  • AxxL_Afriku reply fuck the fucking firefox
  • [ – ] AlexHimawari reply I haven't given a fuck about Firefox since Chrome came out. And now since the whole shitfest with the Google Memo, I don't give a shit about Chrome either. I've switched to Brave for now. It's a Chromium based browser (so it'll have a feel closer to Chrome), but it's privacy focused. It has an embedded ad blocker/script blocker/cookie blocker. Major downside for it now, is that it doesn't have much extension support (literally only half a dozen of extensions are available). It's available for all platforms, but for now there is no sync between desktop and mobile versions.
    • [ – ] abluejelly parent reply Considering the occasional Google spyware that gets found in the Chromium project, I'd honestly recommend avoiding anything WebKit based if you're going for privacy.
  • Guandelae reply The Brave browser has this annoying problem with me where it freezes the monitor for about 3 seconds. It happens like every 30 minutes or so. I stopped using it and used Pale Moon instead.
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