John McAfee talks to Alex Jones October 7 2013 Posted by: John McAfee , October 12, 2013 Share! Tweet John McAfee About the author 6 Responses to “John McAfee talks to Alex Jones October 7 2013” Mary October 25, 2013 at 1:07 am The govt. hell bent on controlling info.!!! Soon to come to every schoolroom world- wide thanks to Bill Gates and Pearson publishing and other Progressives : indoctrination of all our kids via the computers and Promethean Boards…Common Core Curriculum! The young people will also be dumbed-down. EVIL PEOPLE OF THE LIE Dr. Liberty October 24, 2013 at 7:28 pm Hey America needs a guy with balls like you have! Run for office, perhaps a Senator or better yet President and rip these Marxist Maggots a new ass! Help the country that made you rich, all we ask is for someone with your caliber of leadership and no bullshit! John Insley October 24, 2013 at 10:18 am G\’day from downunder Australia/New Zealand. Accidentally discovered Mr Mc Afee on the net. Wonderful discovery. Good speaking voice, sound discourse cool adventures. The gift of a wealthy person pursuing a cure for many of the worlds ills is something to be cherished. The power of corporate interests in the field to negate such endeavours is a peep away, The mind boggles.Thank you kind sir! wireless_directly October 13, 2013 at 4:35 pm The publicity so far has been on NSA issues – OK – but let’s think of the applications and developer opportunities that D-Central could foster. tordog October 13, 2013 at 2:59 am I need one of decentralizer.Run silent run deeeeeeep.Good video and interview.Stay private! Paul E. Jones October 13, 2013 at 2:49 am One challenge with building a device like this is that it is illegal to export outside the United States without approval from the government. There is a solution, however: publish the code in printed form, ship it overseas, and then allow that code to be scanned back into a computer. That’s how people got around the problem with PGP years ago. I assume that is still one legal avenue, but … the government is hell bent on controlling information, that’s for sure.