Our blog actually has a small number of people who read it in authoritarian countries. Naturally, if you live in authoritarian country or you’re just someone who cares about their privacy, you don’t want your visit to this site logged and recorded by the powers that be. So with my technical knowledge, I have re-posted every single post ever written on the Thought Foundry Blog (now known as Red Liberty) from its early beginnings in 2016 up till now, onto the censorship resistant internet, or the “darknet” as it is sometimes referred to. We actually have a small following on these censorship resistant communities, and it’s always fun to have discussions with people whose true identities you don’t know and can’t know by design! I actively strive to keep these mirrors updated. There is always the thought of “God forbid if things ever get really bad and the state ever openly goes after dissenting writers, Red Liberty will survive! In the deepest recesses of the internet, it will survive! Hows that for freedom of the press?” However unlikely such a scenario is, it’s something kind of cool to think about: the state can’t realistically take it down without taking down the whole internet. To say to the state, “You can’t shoot me without shooting yourself in the foot”, now that’s what I call progress!
Alternative Links to Red Liberty
You will need special software to access some of these links!
Current Freenet: USK@w-ZU5GEbWi~ncjsDf2ZW8T7ZgbSETTKazrXV9kZ05XA,DQOKDoUTbYYQ~sxJ65raXqP6bBBqxLX2tIUk25N2AFo,AQACAAE/RedLiberty/21/
Old Freenet (TFB): USK@LGEtEIZMvoge10JtOUuvd8fpvlAShfSJgOCT32pTnjw,XpKJefEFQVRZic9~bWd6p4fSzrV-SqEbRCoMJ~oMqb0,AQACAAE/ThoughtFoundryBlog/29/
You can find more about these censorship resistant platforms and get the tools needed to use them here: