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A little bit about me: I am a Spiritual Satanist and have been for about two years now. This board will mainly be for people who are interested in and want to learn about Satanism. Opposing views are always welcome. What fun would it be if it were purely a circle jerk? Right.
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Today I was bored enough to turn on the TV, which is pathetic enough in
itself. But what is even more depraved is that I found myself voluntarily
going through one of the most painful experiences in my life. I allowed myself
to watch an episode of "America's Most Wanted."

That show is TOO fucking scary. It's scary because it's actually
successful. They catch the people they show on there. With the help of your
good neighbor and mine, Mr. and Mrs. All-American-Snoopnose-GoodyGoody-
Fundamentalist-Christian-Fuckhead, who have nothing better to do than sit
around making phone calls to law enforcement television programs. (Funny that
the word "Fundamentalist" has the word "mental" in it because obviously these
types of people don't use their brains.)

What Amerika's Most Wanted is, boys and girls, is televised Rat-On-Thy-
Neighbor. Crimestoppers is sort of like this too, just not as bad. With
Crimestoppers, you pay some shmuck $1000 because they witnessed a crime (or
think they did) and they can only find the courage to report who did it when
you offer them money. Ok. Maybe we'll get a few car thieves off the streets,
or stop some little street kids pushing coke so they can feed their younger
brothers and sisters. At least Crimestoppers is localized and confined to a
small region. But Amerika's Most Flaunted goes beyond this. Way beyond.

What frightens me is the way that pictures of people are shown to a
nationwide audience in order to find the people in the pictures. The pictures
are often crude sketches or dark, fuzzy, unclear photographs. Anybody could
look like the victim, ahem excuse me, the suspect. I wonder, too, how many of
the ACTORS paid to play the part of the "fugitive from justice" get beat up as
they go about their daily business (in the grocery store, perhaps, or just
picking their kids up from school or something) by moronic hicks who think
they're the REAL criminal instead of simply the actor chosen to portray the
suspect in the TV show's scenario. "Duh, they look just like the person on TV.
Must be him!" Anybody remember Ramirez, the "Night Stalker," who was caught
by a hysterical mob of people who chased him down? It could have also happened
to anyone who vaguely resembled led him. His picture was shown all over the
fucking country. I'm sure there're lots of guys out there who look kinda scary
and scraggly and hairy just like him. Maybe somebody did get beat up for
looking like him and we just didn't hear about it.

This encouragement of fucking over the life of your fellow citizens - by
an easy, even anonymous telephone call to the AMW 1-800 hotline, of course - is
similar to the techniques used in Nazi Germany to round up traitors, Jews,
nonconformists, gays, etcetera. Except back then they didn't have television.
But that was ok, they till had posters, flyers, bill-boards, round-ups,
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In Praise of Hawala by J. Orlin Grabbe

When I was teaching at Wharton, I remember one student who was amazed that he could "wire" his Treasury bill from a bank in Chicago to a bank in Manhattan. Of course there was no mystery to the process. Treasury bills only exist as accounting entries on the books of the Federal Reserve: there is no physical token or quality printed document involved.

The bank in Chicago was the registered owner of the T-bill on the Fed's books, and it simply sent instructions to the Fed to turn the T-bill over to the bank in Manhattan — i.e. to attach the Manhattan bank's name as the owner of the T-bill on the Fed's books. Meanwhile, the bank in Manhattan handed the student a computer-printed receipt, showing that the student was the owner of the T-bill from the bank's point of view.

In this Federal Reserve transaction we have the essence of the hawala system, a system currently under frontal assault from the U.S. because it is efficient, low-cost, and unregulated. As in the hawala system, a person in Chicago (the student) goes to an agent (the Chicago bank) and asks for the transfer for something of value (the T-bill). Through a centralized record- keeping system (the Federal Reserve), value is transferred to an agent elsewhere (the bank in Manhattan) and given to a person at the remote location (in this case, the student again, but it could have been anyone). A typical hawala transaction in Dubai, here on the shore of the Persian (Arabian) Gulf, might go like this. Iqbal, a Pakistani working in the Jebel Ali Free Zone, gets paid in cash, in UAE dirhams. He wants to send money to his family in Karachi, so he goes to a hawaladar and gives him 5000 dirham. The hawaladar sends an email or a fax to his uncle in Karachi (who is also a hawaladar), along with an agreed code for collecting the money. Iqbal's wife picks up 80,000 rupees from the hawaladar in Karachi. The transaction is simple and efficient by comparison to most of the alternatives. Iqbal pays on one day and his wife picks up the money the next day. Iqbal doesn't need a bank account, no one asks him to fill out elaborate forms or show a government ID number. Nor does he need to deal with an artificial exchange rate set by the Pakistani central bank — a rate of exchange intended to rip off (tax) Pakistanis in foreign countries who are purchasing rupees with their repatriated earnings. Instead, the local hawaladar in Karachi deals on the white market and gets a market-determined exchange rate. (The central bank calls the free market in currencies a "black market," but since the market involves voluntary exchanges between individuals, it should be referred to as a "white market" — or maybe not, depending on your psychological associations with colors.)

Why does the system work? The hawaladars are reliable and trustworthy. As even Interpol observed, "the delivery associated with a hawala transaction is faster and more reliable than in bank transactions." And "the components of hawala that distinguish it from other remittance systems are trust and the extensive use of connections such as family relationships . . ." It takes honest people to run this "illegal" business.
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Who are you and why are you here?

You may be here because you scanned that ominous QR code sticker, that marked one of our enemies territories as "fair game" or saw this site mentioned on a darkweb forum. You may have followed an old link to one of the many domains we have bought up recently or you may have heard us mentioned in relation to something called 'dark zen'" or 'black zen'. It is true, those principles are at the core of our actions, as 'black metal' is to music, so is our brand of zen to our praxis, but this is not the place to speak of such things.

In the larger picture, you may be here because you were angry but now you're beyond that, you're—something else. You've seen past the false dichotomies of left and right, good and bad, black and white, legal and illegal, up and down. The manufactured comparisons never seem to end, you grew weary of them and then you had a new feeling, one you've never had before and it felt—not good, not bad but familiar. In the end, however, call it fate, luck, randomicity, call it nothing at all. It is because of that feeling that you followed the acausal breadcrumbs and you landed here. The specifics of how don't really matter. You are here now.
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