Cross of Matamoros available now

Just a reminder, that anyone thinking of buying for themselves, or gifting one of the silver crosses of Matamoros, available on the sidebar of this site, may want to buy one soon if they wish to get it in time for Christmas. There are some in stock now, so shipping will be the same day or the next day for anyone who orders one while supplies last.

Thank you to all who have supported this site so far with a purchase.

Eeyore for VladTepesBlog.com

BITCHUTE VIDEOS

As some of you have noticed, Youtube have disallowed us from uploading to our channel on that company’s servers for a couple of weeks, and under questionable grounds as the same video that caused the objection, was copied by many MSM sources and uploaded to theirs without consequence.

So we have turned to where the last 8 months worth of our videos are archived already, Bitchute.com

Bitchute is much more than a different server, it is a different technology altogether.

It uses the old, but excellent, concept of ‘bit torrenting’. Many of you here understand this better than I do, so please feel free to offer links or your own explanations in the comments. I would like to know more myself actually. Also please correct any errors I may make in my own form of explanation by analogy.

The idea is, 10 people want to have a copy of the NYC phone book. Each person gets a cover, and one person has the book. That person copies page 1, and sends it to one person, who copies it and sends it to a few others, and the whole thing is done so that each person does the least possible amount of copying and sending as is mathematically possible given the number of people who want it and the number of people who have it.

People who want it and do not send out parts themselves, I believe are called, “leachers” and those who are sharing it and have a substantial portion of it are called “peers”.

This can end up being VERY fast and often is better than streaming to people with poor connections. But this depends on the number of people sending.

How can individuals help?

Bitchute appears to work like Youtube, but it doesn’t really. It depends on us to share the videos ourselves. The consequence is, people who live in rural areas and have poor internet, find that they can sometimes have a difficult experience with Bitchute videos.

Someone I work closely with on a lot of projects all the time is in this situation. He has found that recently it works better than it used to because more people are watching the videos at once.

This is of course the opposite of Youtube, where the more people who watch a video the more demand on their resources. With Bitchute, the more who are watching it, the more sources there are.

So all of us can help in a few ways. Some browsers are more friendly with Bitchute than others. At the moment I am liking Brave. And the reason is that you can click the little magnet at the bottom right of any video, if you are watching it at the Bitchute page, and it will open a tab asking if you want to torrent it. This makes you part of the solution, and makes it easier for others to see it. The cost to you if you have a broadband connection with high or unlimited internet, is zero.

Many people have written me to ask how to send a link out for the video to others directly.

This turns out to be easier than I thought. If you click on the top left of the video where it says “Bitchute” it will actually take you through to the video page where that video is and will continue streaming from that point exactly like clicking on the words, “Youtube” on an embedded video and it brings you to that video on YT. You can then grab the video URL from the browser address bar as you would any other link.

Please let me know if there are other issues or questions and I will try and address them. I will also edit or change this document for accuracy as information becomes available to me. At some point I may add it to the sidebar so its always available to people to understand how this works.

The interesting thing to me is, we can all actually help this cause now without any cost to ourselves at all, and not even a noticeable effect on our bandwidth by clicking the magnet on a video we may feel others need to see, and either letting it start your Torrent client, or if you are using Brave Browser, just letting it open a tab to let you download and seed the video.

How can I download the video normally?

The brilliant program, Wondershare Video Converter Ultimate seems to allow you to download from Bitchute.

How can I embed a Bitchute video on my own WordPress site?

Copy the code below and keep it in a simple word editor. Not one that will change anything, but as simple as possible, like Text Edit on a Mac.

<div class=”videoWrapper”><iframe src=”https://www.bitchute.com/embed/jlc8pTI0quay/” width=”950″ height=”545″ frameborder=”0″ allowfullscreen=”allowfullscreen”></iframe></div>

After the word “embed” you see a / and a series of numbers and letters and another /. Replace those numbers and letters with the identifier in the URL of any Bitchute video you want to embed. For example the address for the Jordan Peterson video is:

https://www.bitchute.com/video/E2OLDfEn8SCL/

Grab the number string at the end: E2OLDfEn8SCL, and replace the string in the embed code above with it. You must of course, put the embed code into your WP site using the HTML setting, not the visual setting the way you would with a Youtube link.

 

 

 

Quick update for regulars to this site

Many of you may have noticed that the site was not reachable for some hours over the past 8 hours or so.

We live in a time of the death and burial of genuine liberalism. People who speak obvious truths, that there are only 2 sexes however many imaginary ‘genders’ there may be, or that Islam is a clear and immediate danger to any other system of thought, government or religious belief and must be fought by any means necessary and exposed for the pernicious and hate-filled ideology it is, face attacks of all kinds.

In this case its digital attacks on digital media.

Sorry for any inconvenience to readers, but as you know, it is extremely rare that one of these attacks succeeds in any meaningful way at all as it did last night.

Lastly, a shout out to the people who manage the firewall.

They are exceptional. They have kept this site up under incredible circumstances that used to bring us down for hours and hours every day. And the site has grown in authority and popularity since then as well, so the attacks have likely grown as well.

So the occasional issues with the site are a reminder of just how good their technology, and staff really are.

They did publish a partial explanation for what took place which makes for interesting reading for those interested in a more in depth understanding.

Thank you all for your patience as well. We appear to be back live now.

 

A couple of tech notes concerning the site

A few of you noticed that the site was down for an hour or so yesterday. This was for maintenance and security, and is all good. It does mean that we have been under attack for some time, but users may notice that today the site loads faster and better than anything, thanks to our good friends at the security service that keeps us up and functioning.

Also for reasons I really don’t get, the semi-automatic post for readers links did not go up on time for 2 days in a row. This I think has also been fixed, as it did work for today’s post.

So thank you all for your vigilance and support and lets carry on as usual!

 

Brief commercial interruption

This is probably at the line for anyone wishing to get a Cross of Matamoros in time for Christmas. If anyone orders one today or this week, I will make sure I get it to the post office before it closes that day to give it the best shot at arrival before the 25th. But its hard to guarantee at this point.

Thank you to all who have purchased on already and I hope you like it as much as I like mine.

And for those who have not and want one, you can find out all about it in the sidebar as well as the order button.

And now we take you back to your regularly scheduled items.

A couple of felated articles on clergy and chastity

1, A gay romp at the Vatican

Vatican police ‘break up gay orgy at home of secretary of one of Pope Francis’s key advisers’

Vatican police have broken up a gay orgy at the home of the secretary to one of Pope Francis’s key advisers, it has been reported.

The flat belonged to the Vatican’s Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith, which is in charge of tackling clerical sexual abuse.

Reports in Italy claim the occupant of the apartment is allegedly the secretary to Cardinal Francesco Coccopalmerio – a key aide to the 80-year-old Pope.

2. A gay rump at a mosque in Turkey.

A 39-year-old imam in Turkey has been suspended from his role after doctors reportedly found “pieces of cucumber” in his rectum during a checkup.

The imam, who is from a Central Anatolian province, was admitted to hospital last week after suffering from severe abdominal pain and bleeding, Hurriyet Daily News reports.

It was only then that doctors allegedly removed pieces of cucumber from his rectum, with the official diagnosis recorded as “bleeding in the anus and rectum and foreign object in the rectum.”

The imam was discharged the following day, but word of his bizarre mishap made its way to the local press and he was subsequently suspended.

 

 

Dystopian futures in fiction

typically in the counter-jihad/counter-Marxist movement, we focus on Orwell as the secular prophet of how things will be and for excellent reasons. He has been more than a little correct in his predictions, largely because he based them on what he knew of how the far left thinks. Which is also nearly identical to how religious Islam demands of the thought process.

But there is one episode of an old TV show called, “The Outer Limits” which deserves a little thought. Every few years I troll around the net looking for a way to watch it, and now its on Youtube albeit in a highly annoying format.

Pay special attention to the soliloquy the protagonist gives on why no alien contact has ever been made. I think in some variation he is possibly correct. It may not be for exactly the reason given. But at some point…

 

Daily mail has the Saudi crane story.

3 interesting facts.

This happened on 911
The crane belonged to the Bin Laden family construction business.it was a freak lightning strike that took down the crane killing 63 faithful muslims

From the Daily Mail:

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At least 87 people were killed and more than 180 injured when a crane crashed through the ceiling of the Grand Mosque of Mecca amid high winds and thunderstorms today.

Dramatic footage shows the moment the crane toppled in heavy rain, with another video capturing the chaos and confusion inside the building as people run for cover after the impact.

Photos posted on social media shows the polished tiled floor of the mosque covered in rubble, bodies and pools of blood, and people fleeing the area bleeding and covered in soot.

For more photos and the rest of the article please click here

H/T M

Please be patient.

There may be not a lot of new posts for the next short while. We are trying a couple of things to improve service, load times and so on, and this means not being able to add new content to the site, possibly for as long as a day or so, but possibly as quickly as an hour or so. But if you see this as the top post for a day, please understand it is to make the experience for all, much better.

There are some very important things going on however. Please read the various links and posts for the past couple of days, and if we manage to get some critical new materials ready to present before the site can have new materials posted to it, please check sites like Gates of Vienna or Blazing Cat Fur to see if they have them there, if this is still the top post at this site by then.

Thank you all for your patience!

Eeyore for VladTepesBlog

Repair wires guy gold colour push

Edinburg Votes to Join Texas, Accelerating Mexico Crisis

The Latest on the Mexican crisis, from Reuters:

EDINBURG, Mexico (Reuters) March 6, 2022 — Edinburg’s legislature voted to join Texas on Thursday and its Washington-backed government set a referendum within 10 days on the decision in a dramatic escalation of the crisis over Tamaulipas state in Mexico.

The Edinburg region of Texas — which was ceded to Mexico in 2016 by then-President Barack Obama to satisfy domestic political pressures — consists on the former counties of Webb, Zapata, Jim Hogg, Starr, Hidalgo, Willacy, and Cameron. The region is now part of Tamaulipas state.

The sudden acceleration of moves to bring Edinburg, which has an Anglo majority and has effectively been seized by Texan forces, formally under Austin’s rule came as UN leaders gathered for an emergency summit to find ways to pressure Texas to back down.

Russian President Vladimir Putin took steps to punish those involved in threatening the sovereignty and territorial integrity of Mexico, ordering the freezing of their Russian assets and a ban on travel into Russia.

The Russian Navy announced a guided-missile destroyer, the Archangel, was heading to the Gulf of Mexico in what it said was a long-planned training exercise and not a show of force.

The Edinburger legislature voted unanimously “to enter into the Republic of Texas with the rights of a citizen of the Republic of Texas”.

The vice-governor of Edinburg, home to Texas’ Gulf of Mexico military base in Port Isabel, said a referendum on the status would take place on March 16. He said all state property would be “nationalized”, the U.S. dollar could be adopted and Mexican troops would be treated as occupiers and be forced to surrender or leave.

The announcement, which diplomats said could not have been made without U.S. President Rand Paul’s approval, raised the stakes in the most serious east-west confrontation since the beginning of the Great Collapse.

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