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Sunday, May 21, 2017


Video interview with Kimdotcom...turn on cc because the interviewers mic isn't working but kim's responses is clear.

The interview illustrates the Hollywood connection/inspiration for the legal persecution - explains how globalists 'use the noose'
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Anonymous Anonymous said...

I had never heard of this guy. Is he legit? Don´t want to get my hopes up, and then find out he is another loonie.

Sunday, May 21, 2017 4:21:00 pm  
Blogger Pastorius said...

He is legit, as far as I know. He is the owner of a company called Megaupload.

Here is info about him:


Sunday, May 21, 2017 6:54:00 pm  
Blogger Pastorius said...

Following the 11 September 2001 attacks in the United States, Dotcom launched a group called Young Intelligent Hackers Against Terrorism (YIHAT).[117] He claimed to have hacked Sudanese bank accounts belonging to Osama Bin Laden and offered a $10 million reward for information leading to Osama’s capture on his now-defunct kimble.org site.[19]

Dotcom participated in a mock funeral procession for public broadcaster TVNZ 7 in downtown Auckland, on the day of its final broadcast. He had warmed to one of its more notable shows, Media7, for its championing of Internet freedom, and had been interviewed on the show at least once.[118]

In February 2012, Lindsey Stirling released Lord of The Rings Medley,[119] a music video funded by Dotcom.

In August 2012, Dotcom released a song titled Party Amplifier as a sample of his upcoming album.[120] Dotcom was already in the process of recording the album with friend and producer Printz Board (who wrote Yes We Can for Barack Obama's 2008 election campaign) when he was arrested. Printz and Dotcom recorded more than 20 songs at Neil Finn's Roundhead Studios in Newton, Auckland – one of which is called Mr President – an electronica protest against Barack Obama, who Dotcom believes was involved in shutting down Megaupload.[45]

In June 2012, Dotcom announced on Twitter the launch of Megabox, a new music streaming service to rival Spotify.[121] He announced in October 2012 that Megabox would launch on 19 January 2013, the first anniversary of the closure of Megaupload and the raid on his Auckland property.[122] However, later said that Megabox would be launched a few months after Mega.

On 2 November, Dotcom announced a new file storage service, similar to Megaupload, using the domain name me.ga. It was to be launched 19 January 2013, but the African state of Gabon, which controls the .ga domain, cancelled the me.ga name on 6 November 2012. The site has since registered the names mega.co.nz and mega.net.nz. The new file hosting service offers file encryption to enhance user privacy and security.[123] As a result of this encryption, Dotcom and mega.co.nz will not know of the content of the uploaded data, allowing for the claim of plausible deniability to be made should new charges arise. In January 2013, Dotcom offered a $13,500 reward to anyone able to defeat the site's security system.[124]

Dotcom has been involved in the local community in Auckland. In December 2012, he announced that he would be playing the part of Santa Claus in the play MegaChristmas, run by Auckland's Basement Theatre.[125] In a local ceremony on the first of that month, he turned on the Franklin Road Christmas lights and delivered a speech before the display.[126]

On 4 September 2013, Kim Dotcom stepped down as director of Mega,[127] and announced he was working on a music streaming service called Baboom.[128] Dotcom says it will be more advanced than Megabox.[129]

On 10 September 2013, Dotcom announced that he would play 100 people in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 at New Zealand's first Digital Entertainment Expo,[130] DIGITAL NATIONZ. The former world number one would play a mix of challengers from the audience who could win prizes for beating him, as well as play against celebrities for charities Y for Youth and Starship Hospital.

On 25 December 2014, Dotcom helped stop[131] the Christmas DDoS attacks on Xbox Live and PlayStation Network by giving Lizard Squad 3,000 $99 one year MEGA accounts which would then be converted to lifetime accounts worth approximately $300,000.

Sunday, May 21, 2017 6:57:00 pm  

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