Whats your experiance so far, did you find anything interesting?
Most Helpful Girl
LOL, I first messed around on the onion network when I was 14 and I discovered, for the first time, Sergey Nechayev's 'Revolutionary Catechasm' - a lot of extreme left and right political discussion happens on p2p networks because people are afraid of getting spied on, but you can find the Catechasm pretty much anywhere. I didn't know that at 14, though. I thought it was top-secret, being passed around without the government seeing. And it was, in the 1870s when it was actually written. I didn't know it was written back then either.
IT FUCKED ME UP. ITS OPENS WITH THE LINE
"The revolutionary is a doomed man. He has no personal interests, no business affairs, no emotions, no attachments, no property, and no name. Everything in him is wholly absorbed in the single thought and the single passion for revolution."
"The revolutionary is a dedicated man, merciless toward the State and toward the educated classes; and he can expect no mercy from them. Between him and them there exists, declared or concealed, a relentless and irreconcilable war to the death. He must accustom himself to torture."
"Tyrannical toward himself, he must be tyrannical toward others. All the gentle and enervating sentiments of kinship, love, friendship, gratitude, and even honor, must be suppressed in him and give place to the cold and single-minded passion for revolution. For him, there exists only one pleasure, on consolation, one reward, one satisfaction – the success of the revolution. Night and day he must have but one thought, one aim – merciless destruction."
I was like, FUCK. HOLY SHIT. I'M NOT READY TO BE A REVOLUTIONARY, LMAOOOO. It really stuck in my consciosness though, that attitude of like, revolutionary asceticism and total destruction.
Anyway, now that I've grown up, I know all about little Sergey Nechayev, and that his catechasm was all talk. He was the only one who was "merciless towards himself" and blah blah. Everyone else were dear friends, lovers, etc., and murdered the Tsar just fine.
Anyway: Onion and p2p networks aren't the deep web exactly as I understand, but they were as far as teenage-me ever got. I have a few friends I mostly communicate with over private p2p networks, for the same reason as the other left wing extremists who led to my encountering the Catechism, but other than that I've never felt the need to venture further. I don't have the money to buy a hit man and seeing as my father was a drug dealer I didn't need to buy drugs.1
Most Helpful Guy
i love the bombastic amount of information you have there. not everything is illegal. anything you cannot find on google is already the deepweb, no need for fancy browsers. anyway, the deepweb is 7 times larger than the internet we are currently on. what i find cool about it is all the databases with obscure shit in it.0
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