For the past few years, I have been on a journey - a journey of self realization.
I believe, in order to define who someone is, it's very important to understand their values and priorities.
I am an activist. An activist that leads by example. An activist that does what he says.
I am an anti-capitalist. The world runs on money. Unfortunately, money has made people so greedy, they're willing to sacrifice anyone and anything to make a few bucks off of it.
I am an anarchist. The modern governments are cesspools of greed and corruption. Modern politicians are incompetent morons that lack any morals, virtues or leadership skills.
I am a privacy advocate. Online and offline, over the years, privacy has become the topmost priority in my life.
I support freedom of speech. I hate censorship.
I support animal rights. All animals have a right to live and prosper unless they pose an active threat to human life.
I am a vegetarian. I support a plant based diet.
I support Free and Open Source Software.
I support open, decentralized and federated services that should be available to all.
I support environmental protection. My main propositions for environment protection are:-
Ban all fireworks
Reduce the consumer load on the electric grid by removing all unnecessary lighting in metropolitan areas
Ban disposal of waste in rivers, lakes, and the oceans
I grew up in a relatively poor home. The lack of money made me appreciate everything I had. I am a simple guy; a minimalist. I'm not rich; neither do I desire to accumulate wealth.
Unfortunately, I am now living in the cyber-age. Everything and everyone is now connected to the internet.
Instead of using corporate surveillance traps like Facebook, Twitter, TikTok, Instagram and WhatsApp, I advocate joining the Fediverse. If you want to see how the Fediverse works, you can view my profiles listed below.
Instead of using Windows OS, I suggest you take a look at Linux.
When I first started exploring privacy-oriented options on the internet, it was a struggle to find the right services and helpful material. But I do not wish others to go through the same difficulties. Privacy-related information should be easily available to all, so that they too, can achieve freedom through the use of free, open source, federated and decentralized services and software. I am currently in the process of compiling an extensive manual on achieving Internet Privacy.