• Girls got chip planted without them knowing it

    From Pengo@2:250/15 to All on Thu Mar 21 09:14:24 2024
    Some may say it kind of obscure conspiracy theory but, did you people ever heard of certain state (for example israel) with help of gay men cult or something stalking and abusing young girls, especially those who ever somehow got someone's attention for being lolita, nymphet, sexually curious or anything?

    I recently heard something like this, group or a cult stalk girls like this in pools, saunas clinics and fit centers and they plant something, possibly a tracking devices, virus capsulas or drugs and most of all chips under their skin?

    Buttocks, palms of hands and feets most of all?

    It leaves roundy red dot or a stripe on a skin people usually pay little to no attention.
    Some models have it too, for example https://www.xerotica.com/video/lovely-ginger-pleasures-her-lover-with-a-blowjob-before-he-slips-his-tool-deep-into-her-muff-51458.html or on a feet of this girl https://www.xerotica.com/video/captivating-dame-looks-fresh-as-she-shows-off-her-perky-tits-wihle-posing-in-the-bathroom-53737.html

    Also they keep stalking and abusing (and possibly killing) girls, who could fit the some criteria:
    1. Who as a lolita in ANY way).
    2. Rhythmic gymnasts and possibly some other dance and sport practices.
    3. Who's skinny just skinny, no time to check for driving license just plant her on, izhak! She dates pedos anyway.
    4. Who's prominent member of certain pop culture communities (Sailor Moon for example) and
    5. Who's anyhow may be described as follower of anything relatively close can be described as mother-goddess cult or cult of Isis goddes (aka Usha, Venus, Innana and so on...
    Sailor Moon is targeted as somewhat of modern representation of following mythology) if you suspect something or know anything write about it!
    6. Daughters of those from groups above!

    inform inform inform!
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  • From Kurt Weiske@1:218/700 to Pengo on Thu Mar 21 06:47:00 2024
    Pengo wrote to All <=-

    Some may say it kind of obscure conspiracy theory but, did you people
    ever heard of certain state (for example israel) with help of gay men
    cult or something stalking and abusing young girls, especially those
    who ever somehow got someone's attention for being lolita, nymphet, sexually curious or anything?

    Not sure what this guy is shooting for, he's created driveby accounts
    on a bunch of BBSes, including mine, and posted the same message in
    multiple echoes and message networks.



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  • From Wilfred van Velzen@2:280/464 to Kurt Weiske on Thu Mar 21 16:00:05 2024
    Hi Kurt,

    On 2024-03-21 06:47:00, you wrote to Pengo:

    Some may say it kind of obscure conspiracy theory but, did you people
    ever heard of certain state (for example israel) with help of gay men
    cult or something stalking and abusing young girls, especially those
    who ever somehow got someone's attention for being lolita, nymphet,
    sexually curious or anything?

    Not sure what this guy is shooting for, he's created driveby accounts
    on a bunch of BBSes, including mine, and posted the same message in
    multiple echoes and message networks.

    It's just spam. Probably trying to tempt people to click on the links in the message...


    Bye, Wilfred.

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  • From Tobias Ernst@2:240/5853.10 to Wilfred van Velzen on Thu Mar 21 17:15:00 2024
    It's just spam. Probably trying to tempt people to click on the links in the message...

    So spammers in 2024 still make the effort to post to Fidnet and create accounts in BBSes! This is truly amazing :).

    But let's talk about the subject matte:, I am sure there is a lot of
    mysogyny out there but I truly think if somebody wanted to implant chips
    into humans they could just offer yet another vaccination. Much easier and penalty-free, in contrast to trying to do it by stalking in public pools
    :)

    Tobias

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  • From August Abolins@1:153/757.21 to Kurt Weiske on Thu Mar 21 18:49:00 2024
    Hello Kurt!

    Not sure what this guy is shooting for, he's created
    driveby accounts on a bunch of BBSes, including mine, and
    posted the same message in multiple echoes and message
    networks.

    Are all the other BBSes SynchronetBBS-based?

    I'd say, "Sysops unite and block that user."

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  • From Rob Swindell@1:103/705 to August Abolins on Thu Mar 21 17:53:29 2024
    Re: Girls got chip planted without them knowing it
    By: August Abolins to Kurt Weiske on Thu Mar 21 2024 06:49 pm

    Hello Kurt!

    Not sure what this guy is shooting for, he's created
    driveby accounts on a bunch of BBSes, including mine, and
    posted the same message in multiple echoes and message
    networks.

    Are all the other BBSes SynchronetBBS-based?

    No, this guys hit other BBSes (e.g Mystic boards) too.
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  • From Martin Kazmaier@1:340/1101 to August Abolins on Thu Mar 21 21:39:00 2024
    Hello Kurt!

    Not sure what this guy is shooting for, he's created driveby accounts on a bunch of BBSes, including mine, and posted the same message
    in multiple echoes and message networks.

    Are all the other BBSes SynchronetBBS-based?

    I'd say, "Sysops unite and block that user."

    Nope, he hit my EleBBS too. He posted locally though and I removed his
    access immediately.

    We should add "Pengo" to the twitlist...

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  • From Wilfred van Velzen@2:280/464 to Martin Kazmaier on Fri Mar 22 08:20:28 2024
    Hi Martin,

    On 2024-03-21 21:39:00, you wrote to August Abolins:

    Nope, he hit my EleBBS too. He posted locally though and I removed
    his access immediately.

    We should add "Pengo" to the twitlist...

    Would that help? Next time he logs in as "Penga", etc...

    I think it would be better to limit new users from posting in global areas, until verified.


    Bye, Wilfred.

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  • From Mike Powell@1:2320/105 to AUGUST ABOLINS on Fri Mar 22 09:45:00 2024
    Are all the other BBSes SynchronetBBS-based?

    I'd say, "Sysops unite and block that user."

    He/she/it switches names. I have a couple of them blocked.

    OTOH, I have most of my msg areas set up so that a new user should not be
    able to log on, create an account, and then be able to post. I used to not
    do that, thinking why would anyone go to the trouble to create an account,
    but then someone did.


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  • From Martin Kazmaier@1:340/1101 to Wilfred van Velzen on Fri Mar 22 12:44:00 2024
    * In a message originally to Martin Kazmaier, Wilfred van Velzen said:

    Hi Martin,

    On 2024-03-21 21:39:00, you wrote to August Abolins:

    Nope, he hit my EleBBS too. He posted locally though and I removed
    his access immediately.

    We should add "Pengo" to the twitlist...

    Would that help? Next time he logs in as "Penga", etc...

    I think it would be better to limit new users from posting in global
    areas, until verified.

    I already do that, which is why he only posted locally.

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  • From August Abolins@1:153/757.21 to Mike Powell on Fri Mar 22 18:44:00 2024
    Hello Mike!

    He/she/it switches names. I have a couple of them blocked.

    OTOH, I have most of my msg areas set up so that a new
    user should not be able to log on, create an account, and
    then be able to post. I used to not do that, thinking why
    would anyone go to the trouble to create an account, but
    then someone did.

    I'm surprised that someone would even bother going through the
    manual registration and login process and dump stupid links
    like that into fidonet. It almost guarantees being blocked.
    So.. a short-lived agenda for the perp.

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  • From Carlos Navarro@2:341/234.1 to August Abolins on Sat Mar 23 08:16:28 2024
    22 Mar 2024 18:44, you wrote to Mike Powell:

    I'm surprised that someone would even bother going through the
    manual registration and login process and dump stupid links
    like that into fidonet. It almost guarantees being blocked.
    So.. a short-lived agenda for the perp.

    They don't care. They can register again. It happens a lot on internet web forums.

    If Fidonet ever became popular again you would see a lot of those...

    Carlos

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  • From August Abolins@1:153/757.21 to Carlos Navarro on Sun Mar 24 12:23:00 2024
    Hello Carlos!

    They don't care. They can register again. It happens a lot
    on internet web forums.

    If Fidonet ever became popular again you would see a lot
    of those...

    But a sysop has great power to delete/block a user at any time.
    The only issue might be if a bbs operates on auto-pilot for
    most of the time and the sysop doesn't check in. But even
    then, their uplink can block input from that bbs.

    Sure.. some nefarious posts/links might get through, but they
    would be shortlived in the ftn way of doing things.

    BTW, managing nefarious users is super easy in the Tg-BBS
    system. First, a user needs to "register" with the bot - it
    would be nearly impossible to automate the process. Next, it
    they post an unacceptable message, the user can be blocked/
    banned in one step. That user would be hard-pressed to try
    posting again - they would need to establish a new registration
    (ie. new SIM or phone number) with Tg in the first place.

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