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On steem, have crypto?

Self proclaimed community watchdogs are actually hacking and stalking people.

This group https://steemit.com/@steemspeak is ran by https://steemit.com/@fyrstikken, They are hacking people that enter this discord server https://discordapp.com/invite/sqxV63P . Once you are hacked they profile you long enough to know all of your activities. They introduce workplace gangstalking visits and bring it to your attention cleverly and discretely so only you get it. They are very covert and tricky with everything they say and do in this server. Some claim to have worked for or are working with the FBI and the NSA. Mixed with decommissioned traders and coding criminals, Its a scary mix of creepy people and their intent is to drive you crazy and deplete everything you have ever acquired in life, even your freedom.

My hacking started with them introducing ransomware that has options, dump my coin or delete my system drive. They acknowledged this to me in the server as it happened.

This hacking and stalking is done so they can manipulate the target to pump and dump for them. Threatening and Making victims wear head phones, so nobody in your household can hear thier dramatization towards you. In 2017 this server was side marked as a drama show for entertainment purposes only as an excuse to say whatever they want all the way down to killing a politician. They have a server side command called "hey asshole" making a prompt come up instructing everyone to wear headphones. They want everyone wearing headphones so nobody in your vicinity can hear them mess with you. Fystikken says its because of "mic feedback" but once your a target you get exactly why they make everyone wear headphones.

With headphones on they subliminally direct victims with very low suggestive whispers mixed into their radio shows music. Combine this with them being able to manipulate their own individual outputs sound volume, which they control on the server side, they can pick what individual people hear at any given time. They decide who you hear on the server and change the volume controls for them. They can make some really low or off for those trying to investigate. They control who hears what and know who is who.

This team will find absolutely everything they can about you prior to using their suggestive and threatening program. They Introduce pictures that mean something only to the target, inducing paranoia while they watch and listen thru all of your circumvented devices. They are very aware of what makes you tick. They know your work schedule and use it for work stalking along side of this. I received multiple threatening letters to my work and home addressed to my screen name from this group.

Fyrstikken tells people they are drafted like they did with Facebook at the beginning. He says Facebook was started by forced labor and V2K controlled slaves, just like he creates with his gang for steem and crypto. "Get to work bitch" he tells people once circumvented and intimidated.

If your an agent Investigating them, guess what? Better start packing. You are circumvented. They are high tech, over funded and well connected.

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You got me at mint liquor! Also...eh... I'm one of those that thought peanuts grows on trees... don't judge me.... :D

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Hey, I thought peanuts grew on trees until I bought a plant and couldn't figure out why it was hugging the ground and there were no peanuts to be seen.

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hahahaha now I need to see if other nuts grows on trees or not thanks to you! :D

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I want to assume groundnuts do not grow on trees, but who knows?

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I love mint in everything, coffee, milktea but have not tried with liquor. Thanks for the info on methanol, it caused poisoning here in the Philippines some months ago. Your peanuts will pair well with !BEER. Thanks for noticing my post, I was on hiatus for 3 weeks, I was gardening the whole time. Now, I have spare time for Steemit again. I am glad to read about what you do, I might try some of the things you wrote about. See you around. Cheers!

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I noticed the resteem from @englishtchrivy, but don't recall seeing your posts for awhile. Glad you are back. I feared a few people quit after the hardfork.

I read about the methanol thing in DRCongo, but I guess PH has a similar issue with home brew stuff. I'm not actually making the alcohol so the risk of getting anything more than a stomach ache is very low.

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Nice post @abitcoinskeptic! I enjoyed seeing what you've done with some of your garden harvest.

"It's because I'm fascinated with the #homesteaders movement and I feel being able to make things on my own is important."

Like you say, it isn't like we can't buy most of these things pretty easily. But putting in the effort to plant, work, and harvest your own is an ancient set of skills that too many in our time are losing.

I used to think I was saving some money putting in this sort of effort. Now I am far more focused on the quality of what we grow. Specifically, the nutritional value ...

Are your children learning alongside you?

Enjoy with your family!


P.S. Happy with your election results? With one of our former presidents "weighing in" with his endorsement?

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Quality and maintainig practical skill is important for me, too. I don't have children yet, but I convince my wife to help me so she can learn too. At first she was reluctant, but now that she has been enjoying homemade vegetables amd the relaxation, she likes it. It needs a differnet way of thinking that takes time to adapt to.


I never voted for the guy or his party. He deserves to be a minority amd this time no 'just in' make-up (pubs intended).

I wasn't too happy with that endorsement, however they met after the Snc-lavalier scandal. I thought the blackface would ruin their friendship, but I learned that is just something progressives use to attack rivals. Also, he is an expert at apologizing.

He will spend any amount it takes on his center left populist agenda I suppose.

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Nice to know your wife has developed an interest. My wife and I have a similar passion for gardening, as she grew up on a farm. We enjoy all aspects of it - just being outside vs. having our faces stuck into some digital device, working with the soil and the intricate harmony amongst all the living, etc. Just living simply ...


We share a similar view on your election results, although I don't pretend to be all that current on our northern neighbors.

It really seemed arrogant to me though that Obama chose to endorse him. I sure wouldn't be impressed with any other elected leader outside of our country telling me how to vote ...

The only question for me is whether Trudeau asked him to do that, if there was some thought that might help him overcome the blackface firestorm ..

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I have no idea why Obama chose to endorse Trudeau. It seems kind of ironic given the distaste in America for foreigners interfering in the election and Obama is kinda high profile.

On an interesting side note, one of the reasons why the Liberals were attacking the Conservatives is because the conservative leader, Andrew Sheer is a dual Canadian-US citizen. This is not a legal problem in Canada but it does come with some political baggage.

The most pathetic part is the Liberals always brag about how diverse their government is, being a dual citizen of somewhere with awful human rights records and autocratic governments is a symbol of courage and enduring spirit and all those nonsense feeling words. Celebrating your other cultural is beautiful and empowering. However, being American or western-European is the opposite, it's something to be ashamed of and means you probably have questionable loyalties if you haven't already denounced and renounced it.

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It is not confusing to me @abitcoinskeptic, as those with a philosophy like Obama are elitists and do not view national borders the way I do and you might. Principles of personal responsibility, self government, and the resulting decentralization of power is anathema to them ...

Interesting to know about the dual citizenship of Sheer. And the associated damage to his political prospects. I think this ...

"The most pathetic part is the Liberals always brag about how diverse their government is ..."

... hypocrisy is not limited to Canada. The "forked tongue" manner in which these ideals are expressed, but then routinely violated, happen here in America almost continually.

Well, better get on with my day. Thank you for your replies on a topic totally unrelated to your post. We can both go back to enjoying what we have a little bit more influence over ... 🙂👍

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I definitely support national boarders. A lot of countries have civil service and things like conscription or taxes. The only reason we agree to these is because the government is supposed to give us citizen rights and property rights, etc. Loose boarders was never part of the deal.
It's ironic that the same people who used to hate globalization are now cheering for it, but in a slightly different form.
That being said I strongly support legal and skilled migrations and donating foreign aid to refugees.


I don't mind off topic replies if it is a good conversation. I was even thinking of adding something about the Canadian election, but the results were frankly unexciting.

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Okay, thanks for taking the time to let me know this @abitcoinskeptic

”I don't mind off topic replies if it is a good conversation.”

… as we are likeminded, in this regard.

And we appear to have similar views about national borders, as well. I can’t say whether it is or not in Canada, but that is a major topic for discussion here in America …

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Why don't you bash the mint leaves to release a bit of the oils? Would that help or it wouldn't really make a difference?

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I do that for making fresh and ready to serve beverages and cooking. I guess when making icecubes I should do this too. It's a nono when drying because the oils will be released early. However in the infusing case it's likely unnecessary. Even 24 hours later it was obviously minty. Now, after a few days it seems too strong to drink straight.

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And I always thought that peanuts grow on a tree! )) Thanks for this info)))

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I don't think it's common knowledge. Pineapples are also unexpected, they grow on a bush.

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  1. I love the slippers! I live in my slippers. I even wear them out sometimes.
  2. Love the idea of making mint liquor! I think I'm going to do that with some bourbon.
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  1. I'm worried that I won't find ones I like when they wear out, maybe I should get extras...
  2. I plan on mixing mine with soda water , lime juice and straight liquor to make mojitos.
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Thank you! Followed and added to my regular curation schedule.

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Thank you. I do plan on doing a few more DIY things so I'll try to add some of those tags and explore other projects people have done themselves.

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Those are some awesome homemade food, just keep at your mission.

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Thank you very much. I plan on continuing and making more, but all in good time.

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Buying stuff is easy. Making your own is fulfillment and brings inner happiness. I would love to try that mint liquor. First I need to grow my own mint.

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The nice thing about mint is it is easy to grow, almost too easy. Just water it a little when it is new and then it's unstoppable.

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I like all these foods very much. Thank you for your efforts to introduce them. I still don't believe you that peanuts are a subterranean food.

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I approve of this plant-based posts.
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I'm glad I have your approval. Also, I didn't think of it. You are right it is all entirely vegan.

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Accidental vegan? There's a lot of food like that!

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Definitely. I do have a few tricks to make something almost vegan fully vegan. Especially substituting fish sauce with soy sauce or butter with oil.

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I do love those slippers. ;) Comfy footwear is a must while working on projects in the kitchen. I am dabbling more with homemade products, as well. Both with our garden goodies and also things from the farmers market. It is quite rewarding to take the time to make something from scratch. I would rather spend my time in those types of endeavors than wasting it in less productive ways. Though sometimes I wish I did have even more time to experiment and rely even less on some of the store-bought items. My latest homemade item was roselle jam from @joelai's recipe. Delicious!

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Completely agree with you on all of that. I really enjoy going to farmers markets and never hesitate to buy food from any of the local festivals or markets as they usually know their suppliers well conpared to any supermarket.

I'll have to take a look at that recipe, thanks for recommending.

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Here's the jam https://steemit.com/food/@joelai/do-you-know-making-roselle-jam-is-super-easy

It has a great tart flavor. We're trying to save the seeds to see if we can grow some ourselves. :)

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Thanks @plantstoplanks for the mentions, soon we might all have a roselle jam party!!
Speaking of growing your own, good luck on your try, I think need to plant some new ones soon.

@abitcoinskeptic, hope you will join in the party in the future!

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I'm like you @abitcoinskeptic, I prefer making it myself rather than buying! Learned two new things today, making mint infused alcohol and growing peanuts! So fun, I would love to grow my own peanuts, do you need a snady soil? Looks tasty!

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My soil is sandier than average and with less clay than average. It's a liitle reddish brown in color.
Peanuts don't need a rich black soil, but they like a loose one.

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Never steamed nor par-boiled mushroom so this is a first, the mint beverage looks interesting as well as the food @abitcoinskeptic

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Steamed mushrooms does seem a little odd. The pot of them boiling looks strange, too.

I will try my mint alcohol soon and let everyone know. It said wait 5 days, but I think 15 to 30 is more appropriate.

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It definitely sounds enticing having mint alcohol, perhaps try some on ice-cream during summer it would be so refreshing as an evening treat.

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Lovelyidea for the extra mint!
Cool that you got your own harvest of peanuts - flavor must have been divine having them fresh out of the garden!
That mushroom dish had my mouth watering, I'll have to give it a try!
Thanks for sharing!

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Glad you liked these ideas. I think you are the first to mention all of them.

I always wonder should I combine ideas or separate. I think appealing to more people is better.

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