The new OnionShare is out!

It adds a bunch of great features like tabs, anonymous chat that never logs anything, and better command line support.

Here's the blog post: micahflee.com/2021/02/onionsha

Download OnionShare 2.3 from: onionshare.org

Install it on a headless server:

`pip3 install --user onionshare-cli`

Read the amazing new docs that are translated to a bunch of languages: docs.onionshare.org/2.3/en/

Big thank you to @bsdnow for promoting . This ultimately led me to duplicity.nongnu.org/

Btw: duplicity can sync to a local directory too!

@koherecoWatchdog @freemo

I dont know what your point is dude.

You seem to be obsessed with ensuring compliance to the narrative or something.

Normal people were horrified all summer as leftists applauded much MUCH worse than what you're fixated on. Awful stuff. People literally being murdered for no reason, small businesses ruined, and us normal people wanted it to stop, but the media and leftists cheered it, facilitated it, and allowed it.

So Americans learned. And Americans are becoming violent. This is what we didnt want. This is what the media cheered.

Well now you got it. So go pound sand.

@koherecoWatchdog each side deals in a different flavor of facism. The left tend to be the ones who talk more about facism being an evil, but are also the ones using facism just as much, if not more so, than the right.

The rights sort of fascism is a sense of national pride, for example a requirement you must honor and respect the sacrafice of our military. If I were to say "people in the US military are immoral for their choice in jobs and are effectively murderers" this would be unacceptable to someone on the right and they would likely get very mad at you.

But on the flip side the right also believes more strongly in free speech, so they would be the last ones to want to see a law that would put you in jail for saying such nasty things about members of the military. So the offense would be limited to a personal one and it would not play out as fascism from a legal standpoint if they had their way.

However the liberal/lefts would exhibit the opposite sort of fascism. They might not care so much if you honor the military, in fact some of them might even agree with me that the military as a profession equates to murder. But they would be far more likely to argue for limiting my freedom of speech and might argue that it is ok to be arrested, or at the very least campaign for you to loose your job and all your livlihood, over something you said they may have disagreed with. Sometimes even taking action to physically prevent the speech. A prime example of this are the liberals who destroyed property and even incited a riot in one situation in order to prevent Ben shapiro from given a talk in a closed space at various universities

Both are fascist, both in different ways, but the liberal fascism to me seems far more dangerous.

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