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Obama Funds and Prostitution: Optimizely.com Tracking Women of the Night and Men's Browsing-Convers

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posted on May, 21 2014 @ 04:14 AM
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I have never voted in my life and I'm not really political so it is a little odd for me to post here, but I'm not sure where else to post this.

It seems that I've picked up a sort of cyberstalker out of Optimizely.com. Optimizely is a company founded by two men that used to work for Google Analytics. They contend that they raised $100 million dollars for Obama's campaign fund. Based on my experience with the optimizely.com cyberstalker, I'm left wondering if that campaign money was legitimate. Optimizely.com apparently also was a part of the website for registering for ObamaCare.

BACKGROUND ON HOW I PICKED UP AN OPTIMIZELY.COM CYBERSTALKER

A few months back, I subscribed to FetLife, a singles meeting site for the BDSM community. On it you can send "Conversations", which is a sort of instant message system. Optimizely.com is in charge of "keeping track" and "monitoring" all "Conversations" on FetLife. Which means that Optimizely is monitoring all adult-based BDSM related conversations.

I had been having a conversation on FetLife with a friend of mine. And I received a rather bizarre phone call. Almost like the stranger calling me had read my "Conversation" (instant message) to my personal friend.

So I swapped out harddrives figuring I'd picked up a cyberstalker. New harddrive, new operating system. Yet, the moment I logged into FetLife, it happened again. Only this time, the stranger calling me on the telephone repeated word-for-word what I had typed to a personal friend of mine through FetLife Conversation-instant message.

So I swapped out harddrives again. Another harddrive, new operating system. Only this time, I decided to look up all server IPs for Optimizely.com and blocked every server I could find for the Optimizely.com website.

WHEN OPTIMIZELY.COM SERVER BLOCKED....

And that's when I discovered, I can't view Backpage.com when I block Optimizely.com's server 72.21.91.19 or cdn.optimizely.com

Remember, this was a fresh new harddrive, new operating system. I did not log in to FetLife on the new harddrive. Therefore, Optimizely.com couldn't have put anything on the new harddrive.

So I did some digging around. Backpage.com is not affiliated with Optimizely. Backpage uses Google Analytics, which is Optimizely's competitor. Therefore, I ought to be able to view Backpage if I block cdn.optimizely.com 72.21.91.19 But I can't.

OPTIMIZELY.COM AND PROSTITUTION

Since I picked up an Optimizely.com cyberstalker through FetLife, a BDSM community adult website, I decided to check the Backpage Adult Services section. And I discovered....

When cdn.optimizely.com 72.21.91.19 is blocked through a firewall you cannot view the Female Escorts nor the Domination section of Backpage. If you want to view Female Escorts or Domination on Backpage, you have to grant cdn.optimizely.com permission through your firewall.

Yet, Backpage is not affiliated with Optimizely.com. Therefore, blocking Optimizely shouldn't make a difference. UNLESS, Optimizely.com has hacked the Backpage Adult Services section and won't let anyone view the Escorts and Dommes, unless they get to stalk the viewers. ? ? ?

Remember, Optimizely.com claims they raised $100 million for Obama's campaign. Has me wondering if the money was even legit or did they just cyberstalk all the BDSM community on FetLife and all the Escorts and Pro-Dommes on Backpage, and get the money through that?!?!

HOW DO I GET RID OF THESE GUYS?

I've already swapped out harddrives and installed new operating system THREE times. So either Optimizely.com is playing Cyberpimps raising money for Obama ($100 million apparently), cyberpimping FetLife BDSM and Backpage Escorts, Naughty Masseuse and Dominatrixes ? ? ?

Or they have some obsessive person who hacked into their server unbenowst to them doing it all through cdn.optimizely.com 72.21.91.19 ? ? ?

I can't figure out if Optimizely hacked Backpage adult services directly, or if they somehow put something on my ever-changing ISP so swapping harddrives may not be making a difference.

I seriously want to get rid of these guys cyberstalking me. If I've swapped out a harddrive, new harddrive, new OS and DON'T log into FetLife again, then how can they still be monitoring me?

Any suggestions? Can anyone else do a little investigating to see if Optimizely.com also doing this to them if they get a FetLife account?

Why does Optimizely want to raise money for Obama AND stalk the conversations of the BDSM community AND monitor all men and women browsing and/or placing ads on Backpage adult services (escorts, masseuses, dommes, etc)?

Was that $100 million raised for Obama even legit? Or is Optimizely.com just hiring sadist male cyberpimps in the BDSM community?

And what about all those people who signed up for ObamaCare through an Optimizely ObamaCare site? Does Optimizely put stuff on their computer to stalk their Adult browsing habits (like Escorts, Dommes & Masseuses)?

Anyone else have time to investigate or suggestions?




posted on May, 21 2014 @ 06:14 AM
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Got to say that is very interesting.



posted on May, 21 2014 @ 07:23 AM
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S&F because I feel like you've just uncovered a real conspiracy.
I'm curious to see what other people have to say.



posted on May, 21 2014 @ 07:49 AM
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I'm leaving a comment to keep track of this interesting thread.

I want to know more about this one, curious as to how this could be happening or how it could even work.

Thanks for the heads up.


edit on 21-5-2014 by MichiganSwampBuck because: for clarity



posted on May, 21 2014 @ 07:55 AM
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They are called back doors and most major software developers as well as hardware developers put them into their products. It doesn't matter what HDD or how freshly installed your OS is, these doors are implemented directly into the software and hardware and can be accessed regardless of the state of your PC. These companies have access to them and I wouldn't be surprised if they sold access to them to various companies for monitoring purposes.
edit on 21-5-2014 by Krazysh0t because: (no reason given)



posted on May, 21 2014 @ 08:07 AM
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HOW DO I GET RID OF THESE GUYS?


Time to call in the big guns. 12m8keall2c is a computer God. See if he can read this and help you out. I'd be interested to hear what he has to say on the subject. I can't follow computer things very well ... and he can explain things in a way that everyone can understand.



posted on May, 21 2014 @ 08:59 AM
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Interesting. Another solution is if you have someone monitoring your personal Internet connection. Granted, this would not explain the ip blockage keeping you from accessing those other sites, but it would certainly explain the phone calls.

Someone with access to your network could in theory monitor traffic and pick up anything going in or out of your home.

Another possibility is someone knows your account log in information, and is messing with you. Again, this doesn't explain not being able to view certain sites, but it would explain the calls. Have you changed your login info?
edit on 21-5-2014 by andr3w68 because: (no reason given)



posted on May, 21 2014 @ 09:20 AM
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a reply to: MapMistress

Just marking to follow. I'm not terribly technologically literate so I have no input I'm afraid. Very interesting though. I hope you can be rid of your stalker and good luck.



posted on May, 21 2014 @ 09:30 AM
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a reply to: MapMistress

They are keeping tabs on you through your IP address. Even though it does change not very often, there is usually a ISP block that you are assigned that rotates. I think unplugging your modem for awhile does a IP refresh, i'm not sure.

What you can do in the short term is daisy chain off a couple of proxy servers if you want to at least make them work a little harder. Or simply create yourself a new acct using a proxy provided IP. By wary though, large swaths of proxy IPs are blocked for illegal activity.

Or pay for a VPN and continue your usual activities at a cyber bar or somewhere where there is free net access and use the VPN. Pay for the VPN via cash though and don't have it listed with your name if possible.



posted on May, 21 2014 @ 01:45 PM
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a reply to: MapMistress

Have you googled that IP 72.21.91.19?
support.mozilla.org...
It appears to be part of the Edge Cast Networks IP block, who appears to be a mainline content deliverer, so its also delivering that dude "headline news"

In these modern networks, IP's and big domains don't always reliably map to each other. I remember finding main stream news sources sharing IPs with military sites when I did reverse DNS searches once, I thought I had encountered the super conspiracy, but no. I was told it was the way these big content providers were did stuff like this, and a lot of sites were now distributed to many servers through the cloud and could have many, many ips, both for security and performance reasons, and also many sites could share a given ip.

edit: BTW, I JUST had conversation with a mathematician on another forum, who I accused of being like an S&M mistress/master for being so harsh in rejecting a certain mathematical philosophy, and was in an argument about what I was calling "Maps". then MapMistress appears here. Maybe coincidence, but if not, somebody's putting WAY too much effort in to something...
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posted on May, 21 2014 @ 03:21 PM
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I think, Obama is useing the NSA and your site to hook up with other guys.Wow you actually got to talk to the POTUS on the phone.



posted on May, 22 2014 @ 06:48 PM
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a reply to: cenpuppie

Well that's just it. I rotate to a new IP every time I log in. Unfortunately, that can't be the case. I was wondering if there was another way they could do it through my ISP, even if I have a rotating IP address on each log in.

You know the funniest cyberstalker I picked up was a Microsoft Security employee, but that was back in 2003-2004. He too, called on the phone. Picked up a NASA cyberstalker once too. Faxed NASA the info, and they instantly removed the backdoor. Someone hacked them. Russian military once hacked me and placed spyware to scan my harddrive for all maps, but that was around 2008. I had to scrap the harddrive on that one. All the spyware was in Russian.

I've had my share of hackers. C'mon, the average person doesn't have a stack of harddrives to swap out like I do. Everyone assumes that women are dumb and easy to hack and they think they won't get noticed. This one is irking me really badly though.



posted on May, 22 2014 @ 07:21 PM
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originally posted by: tridentblue
a reply to: MapMistress

Have you googled that IP 72.21.91.19?
support.mozilla.org...
It appears to be part of the Edge Cast Networks IP block, who appears to be a mainline content deliverer, so its also delivering that dude "headline news"


Now that makes even less sense. IP 72.21.91.19 was listed as cdn.optimizely.com through my Firewall search. I had my firewall search for the IP address and that's what it came up with.

I delete that feed in Mozilla browsers for "headline news". And even so, why would blocking the IP to Edge Cast Networks then make me unable to view Backpage.com? That makes even less sense.


In these modern networks, IP's and big domains don't always reliably map to each other. I remember finding main stream news sources sharing IPs with military sites when I did reverse DNS searches once, I thought I had encountered the super conspiracy, but no. I was told it was the way these big content providers were did stuff like this, and a lot of sites were now distributed to many servers through the cloud and could have many, many ips, both for security and performance reasons, and also many sites could share a given ip.


Maybe there's some sharing going on for IPs. But still, not sure how blocking Mozilla browser "headline news" feed would suddenly make me unable to view Backpage.


edit: BTW, I JUST had conversation with a mathematician on another forum, who I accused of being like an S&M mistress/master for being so harsh in rejecting a certain mathematical philosophy, and was in an argument about what I was calling "Maps". then MapMistress appears here. Maybe coincidence, but if not, somebody's putting WAY too much effort in to something...


It's a coincidence. I don't get involved in math. Took high school math in junior high. Took college credit math in high school. Then I discovered that my math credits counted towards "electives" since I had taken math above and beyond required. So I dropped all my math classes junior and senior year and took art classes for electives. And that's the last time I dealt with "math".

My maps are REAL maps. Topography, coastal and nautical (submarine). Working on a Crimea superdetailed satellite perfect topography map right now. Wanted to have it done this month, but unfortunately, I might not finish it until next month. Having money issues and will have to put aside. But so far in comparison to other maps of Crimea offered online, mine looking absolutely detail-perfect even if not finished.



posted on May, 22 2014 @ 07:26 PM
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originally posted by: andr3w68
Interesting. Another solution is if you have someone monitoring your personal Internet connection. Granted, this would not explain the ip blockage keeping you from accessing those other sites, but it would certainly explain the phone calls.


No. The only explanation for the phone calls is unfortunately Optimizely.com. The two working theories are:
Theory 1. An employee for Optimizely is screwing around reading the "conversations" for which Optimizely is in charge of tracking on FetLife, then prank calling people reading back the FetLife conversations word-for-word via telephone.
Theory 2. Optimizely.com has been hacked by some male sadist on FetLife who is jerking around reading the "Conversations" between other people, Conversations of which Optimizely is in charge of. Then the male sadist likes to prank call the ladies reading back via telephone word-for-word what those "Conversations" say.

Either way, it's just plain odd that Optimizely.com who raised $100 million for Obama is in charge of ALL "Conversations" on the adult site FetLife. Doesn't that just quirk you? They raise $100 million for Obama and they are keeping track of all the sissy crossdressers, all masochists, all sadists, whether they be lifestyle or pro-for-hire or both. Do you realize what kinds of conversations (the content) on FetLife? Dare I say? And that's who raises $100 million for Obama? WTF?!? Can't help but question if the internet funds were legit. Most people on FetLife don't even use real names. It's more like tens of thousands of people in the BDSM community using fake names, nicknames, and aliases. If you catch my meaning. People RARELY use real names on FetLife.

But I will say that all prank calls word-for-word off Optimizely-in-charge of monitoring FetLife conversations...well they all came from New Jersey phone numbers.

And if Optimizely was hacked by some male sadist in the BDSM community....then remember, Optimizely also kept track off all names, addresses, and personal information for ObamaCare. Clearly not a secure site. I'm sure we can figure out what some male sadists hacking Optimizely, might do with everyone else's personal information from ObamaCare sites. Talk about playing with fire. Why would the gov't even risk everyone's personal information through ObamaCare sites to a company that keeps track of all conversations in the BDSM community?!?



posted on May, 22 2014 @ 07:33 PM
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Just throwing this out into the ether, but from a sociological perspective, why is it that those who gain power on the word of righteousness and good intentions, always bend to the will of nefarious intents?

It's been my belief that anyone with significant enough power/influence has a fat file on some spooks desk detailing all their past deeds that might be embarrassing, wished to never be known, or have the potential for blackmail use. Thus ensuring loyalty of those who would do good by those who would do evil.

I'm quite certain it's the intent of the intel agencies to create such dossiers on as many people as possible. Why else spend billions collecting, storing, and analyzing useless data?

Just a thought.


edit on 22-5-2014 by JaspersCheese because: Added musings



posted on May, 22 2014 @ 07:46 PM
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I am not really "computer savvy" but can I recommend maybe using a proxy next time if you brows such sites ? Maybe TOR ?

Just saying




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