So many good people are warning me about this again I figure I should share this info again:
The "Please tell all the contacts in your Messenger list, not to accept Anwar Jitou's [or whoever's] friendship request...." is a HOAX.
Your computer, phone, etc. CAN NOT be hacked by accepting a friend request from ANYONE. These and all similar warnings are by bogus cyber terrorists intended to cause panic for meanness, and/or to make people afraid to use social media (making it easier to to control them).
Consider: by now no one with a brain in their heads believes the US, UK or EU news media. The news media has been bought and is controlled by Globalist "soap-sellers." Intelligent people no longer look to CNN, ABC, CBS, MSNBC, the New York Times, etc. for their news. They have ALL become less believable than the National Enquirer! They are all FRAUD NEWS! Even the AP lately, and that's particularly troubling since the AP feeds so much information to the various outlets! Local news papers are seldom any better.
Fox News is slightly better but you have to be careful which shows you pay attention to. Some of their "talking heads" are as committed to Globalism as anyone at CNN etc. Since canning O'Reilly, Hannity and Judge Janine are the most dependable people FOX have left in my opinion. Bret and Tucker Carlson are mixed bags but I don't their reporting. The Five is a comedy show; Greg Gutfeld belongs on the bad Comedy Channel not a news channel, I like Jesse but more and more the money and fame are going to his head and he is being controlled. The "Fox News Specials" is largely pro-Globalism. And so on.
A good rule of thumb: If it claims to be the news, be skeptical! It the story is important to you fact check it with as many sources as possible. Because "Journalism is all but dead" many people are turning to the internet for their news. This is a mixed bag. There is a LOT nonsense online! Most people who post do little to no fact checking. If a piece fits their world view they run with it, if not they ignore or overly criticize it.
Online you have people like Alex Jones. Alex has broken many important stories than the controlled media on either side would never have touch. AND (not but) much of what Alex posts is pure paranoia based. This makes accepting his reports very problematic. He will often have a little bit of real information people need to know, and then build a false narrative on top of it. Infowars is itself becoming another new media outlet that must be taken with the proverbial grain of salt. Today Alex seems more interested in selling product than "waging the war for your minds."
As for these "Don't friend So-and So" warnings... they probably start by a kid in his mom's basement who is skeptical about life in general and who wants to show how gullible everyone is. But, in the current climate they ALSO work to support fear of "other." Social media and the internet in general is last bastion of free thought and and free speech. The Globalists (on both sides of the aisle and beyond) want to control our access to information and beliefs. Making people afraid to use Social Media advances this.
Friends, there is NO WAY accepting a friend request puts you at jeopardy. Marketing is another matter. Facebook and other outlets follow our posts, where we shop, which sites we visit and so on for the purpose of their advertisers. That's annoying but not dangerous.
Our freedoms ARE under attacking. United we Stand, Divided we Fall. Never before in human history have so many people been able to come together as we now can! Don't let them scare you away from this stronghold of freedom!
This linked article share more info on the "Don't accept friend requests" hoax.
Peace, Love, and Light!
One common version reads:"Please tell all the contacts in your Messenger list, not accepting "Anwar Jitou's" contact, it's a hacker that has the computer connected to your Facebook account. If one of your contacts accepts it, you will also be hacked, so make sure that all your friends know it...Thanks"But obviously, the person who started the hoax does not know much about computer hacking, anything about computer hacking, did this for the fun of it, or to scare people and create public panic. Currently, it is virtually impossible to hack someone's computer, mobile device, Facebook or other social media accounts by accepting a friend request. Therefore, do not share, "like", comment on the hoax, and if it is posted on your Facebook Wall or Timeline, remove or delete it to help stop it from spreading to other users.
If for some reason there is someone on your Facebook Friends List and you want to remove that person, you may click on the person's name, which will take you to his/her Facebook profile. Once you on the person's Facebook profile page, you may hover over "Friends" at the bottom of the profile photo, and click "Unfriend" from the menu list that will appear.
Here are some simple ways your computer or social media account can be hacked:
- clicking on a link in a Facebook post, a Tweet (Twitter), an email message, or elsewhere, that takes you to a malicious website
- downloading pirated or cracked software online embed with malware like spyware, Trojan horse or Keylogger
- using weak or easily guessed passwords
- opening a malicious email attachment that contains a virus, Trojan horse or other malware
- downloading bogus antivirus software
- downloading fake software updates
- allowing an unknown person to access your computer remotely via a remote desktop software
- not updating your operating system and web browsers
- browsing the internet without antivirus software installed
- browsing the internet without a firewall software
- connecting your computer to an unsecured Wi-Fi connection at places like a coffee shop, hotel or other Wi-Fi hotspots
- not protecting your Wi-Fi (wireless) connection with a password
- allowing the "AutoRun" or AutoPlay feature in Windows, which opens a default program (could be a virus), when a flash/thumb drive is inserted into one of your USB ports
- allow a stranger to use your computer without monitoring him/her
- installing a malicious Facebook application
- entering your user names and passwords on a fake or phishing website
- giving your username and password to someone who requests it via social media message, email or telephone
For the "Do Not Accept Anwar Jitou's Contact" hoax see This Post
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