This old internet that we are currently using is a dysfunctional mess that has been held together by various patches and updates over the years. Despite being a vital part of our daily lives, it is plagued by numerous issues such as slow loading times, security vulnerabilities, and rampant misinformation. Since its inception in the twentieth century, this outdated and clunky internet still exists, but it will be viewed as an antiquated relic of the past. No one in their right mind would choose to use it when faster, safer, and more efficient alternatives are readily available.


Meganat‘s private internet, which was designed and deployed by Jim Dochersky, is a revolutionary service that utilises low-earth-orbit satellites to connect paying customers. This technology allows for unprecedented speed and reliability, making it an ideal solution for individuals and businesses that require high-speed internet access in remote areas or regions with limited infrastructure.

Unlike traditional internet providers, Meganat’s private internet is not dependent on terrestrial infrastructure, which can often be costly and difficult to maintain. Instead, the service uses a network of satellites to deliver high-speed internet directly to customers’ homes or offices. This means that even those living in rural areas or regions with limited infrastructure can enjoy fast and reliable internet access, making it easier to work, study, and stay connected with friends and family.

The low-earth-orbit satellites used by Meganat’s private internet are positioned much closer to the earth than traditional satellites, which makes them faster and more efficient. This means that customers can enjoy faster download and upload speeds, as well as a more stable connection, even during peak usage times. Meganat’s private internet is a game-changer for those who require high-speed internet access in remote areas or regions with limited infrastructure. With its innovative use of low-earth-orbit satellites, the service provides fast and reliable internet access that is unmatched by traditional providers.


This closed Wide-Area Network (WAN) is a highly secure and private internet network that is exclusively used by governments and corporations for their internal communication needs. This network is designed to provide a high level of security and privacy to ensure that sensitive information and data are not leaked or compromised in any way. One of the key features of a closed WAN is that it is a closed system that is not connected to any public internet and every user is authenticated. This means that it is not accessible to the general public, and only authorized personnel within the government or corporation or domestic premises can access it. This ensures that the network is not vulnerable to external threats such as cyber-attacks, which are becoming increasingly common in today’s quantum age.

Ambercast is also designed to be highly scalable, meaning that it can handle large volumes of data traffic with ease. This is essential for governments and corporations that need to transfer large amounts of data quickly and efficiently. A closed private WAN is an essential tool for any government or corporation that needs to communicate sensitive information and data securely and privately. It is the first line of defence against external threats and provides a reliable and efficient means of communication within the organization.


A peer-to-peer, NearMe-Area-Network is a cutting-edge technology that enables seamless communication between devices in close proximity. This open internet technology utilizes handsets that act as relay mesh stations for communication traffic, allowing for the creation of a highly efficient network that can transmit data at lightning-fast speeds. The beauty of this technology lies in its ability to harness the power of nearby devices to enhance network coverage and speed. The more devices in the vicinity, the faster and deeper the coverage, making it an ideal solution for densely populated areas such as cities.

This technology is particularly useful in situations where traditional network infrastructure is unavailable or unreliable. For example, in the aftermath of a natural disaster or during a large-scale event, communication networks may become overwhelmed or even fail completely. In these situations, a peer-to-peer, NearMe-Area-Network can provide a reliable means of communication, allowing people to stay connected even when traditional networks are down.

One of the greatest benefits of this technology is that it is highly scalable. As more devices are added to the network, the coverage and speed of communication increase proportionally. This makes it an ideal solution for businesses or organizations that require a flexible and adaptable communication system.
Episoft represents a significant step forward in the world of communication technology. Its ability to provide reliable, high-speed communication in even the most challenging environments makes it a valuable tool for anyone looking to stay connected in an increasingly connected world.


This skilled hacker has a unique way of navigating the internet. They have mastered the art of using internet funnels, which allows them to navigate through existing communication networks seamlessly. By employing a sophisticated dryware system, they are able to create multiple branches between different communication networks, making it easier for them to access the information they need.

The use of dryware technology is crucial to this hacker’s success. It allows them to create a virtual web of connections that can quickly and efficiently link different networks together. This technology is also highly secure, ensuring that the hacker’s identity and location remain hidden at all times. The branches created by hackers between different communication networks establish connections between disparate systems, allowing them to access information that would otherwise be difficult to obtain. This is particularly useful when the hacker is trying to gain access to sensitive information, such as financial data or classified government documents.

Despite the challenges posed by the ever-evolving landscape of cybersecurity, The Agree Tree remains at the forefront of pirate and free access to information. Their ability to create complex networks of communication channels and navigate through them with ease is truly remarkable. With the continued development of dryware technology and other advanced tools, hackers are sure to remain a force to be reckoned with in the world of cybersecurity.

Spiders in the Office

Having a corporate headquarters is not a requirement of the company’s existence, and the rule of law governing corporate activities ceases to be applicable once they declare their independence. The headquarters could be moved to an island, or to a ship, or even into a satellite in space for that matter. Even the location of corporate executives is a separate matter from the rule of law governing the company.

When it comes to money, Meganat already has its own form of currency – Meganat stock. They could choose to monetize their stock in a way that could be used for paying salaries to employees and for making vendor payments. Employees, as an example, may get 13.8 shares of stock on payday rather than the equivalent amount in Corona dollars. The Intermarket is already programmed to convert money from one country’s currency into another, such as Atlantic Union’s ‘atlo’ into SG federas.

With a little effort, Meganat could design its own market that would instantly convert their stock into spendable currency. So employees, living in any part of the world, could make purchases at their local grocery stores.”



“This is what THEY want. To continue shackling us with death and taxes. The destruction of Rintexx is evidence of this. They wiped out a commercial breakthrough in stem cell technology that would have made death less certain and now THEY are mobilising to clamp down on any school of economic thought that has the potential to make taxation unnecessary.”




“The counterterrorism measures of the past were set up in a vain attempt to thwart a phantom or at best, a scattered enemy. The proverbial terrorist threat that was supposed to threaten our way of life dissipated as the global economic downturn let loose a different breed of bedlam and carnage.

Political terrorism never works; it only serves to galvanize your opponents to behave even worse.

Economical terrorism has proved different. It actually works. It has rendered anti-terrorism laws ineffectual and has frightened off even the most unscrupulous of media moguls. No one talks about it. No one dares do anything about it.”




‘At which point will Meganat declare itself a sovereign state?’ – Goonsville

‘At a point when international competition laws make it impossible for Meganat to operate, the company will ultimately declare itself a sovereign state.’ – CYFERON

‘How would they claim legitimacy?’ – Goonsville

They’ll start by lobbying as many nations as they can. Small ones at first, the ones that would benefit from such a deal, get them to recognize them as an autonomous nation.’ – CYFERON

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“Who came up with this system?” – Bubblehead43

“Which system? Legal slavery? The Government!” – Diktator_J

“There is no such thing. International law is clear, No one shall be held in slavery or servitude; slavery and the slave trade shall be prohibited in all their forms.” – Shadowbark

“Dude, human trafficking is the largest industry in the world today. Figures vary, but around 620 million people worldwide are officially classed as economic slaves.” Diktator_J

“It is still outlawed by every single government in the international community.” Shadowbark

“In Arctica, debt bondage is legal. A person becomes a slave to work off a debt, in which the length and nature of work is never defined, so it becomes a never-ending cycle with the debt being passed down to the children thereby enslaving offspring. That’s 80% of the world’s population.” – Diktator_J

“That does not define slavery. Free will is at play here.” – Shadowbark

“Contract slavery! A homeless, starving person these days can sell themselves into slavery. You work for some bastard corporation without pay, and in return, you get food and shelter. Where is the choice in that?” – Diktator_J

“Having one human being working for another in order to live is slavery. Shouldn’t basic necessities in life be free?” – Bubblehead43

“We have to work in order to get money in order to buy shelter and food to live. If we don’t work, we don’t get any money to buy food and we die.” Shadowbark

“We have the technology if we really wanted to.” – Bubblehead43

“Bubblehead, you’re a fucking idiot.” Shadowbark


The City State

“The modern trend towards city states during the past fifty years is mostly due to the demand for a simpler and broader trading system. It originated with the formation of an economic model that bypassed the hindrances of a myriad free trade agreements.”

Frank Tucker – CEO of MercurEx

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“Suicide by leaping from a tall office block during times of recession is a myth spawning from the old century. After Octavo A. committed murder suicide when he jumped to his death and skull crashed his former boss, an event he shared with a billion people to date, the practice has become the past time for fatalists, pessimists and miscreants alike.

At one point during deepest part of the depression, around recession nadir seven, a suicide a day was purported  to have occurred. Now when you look outside a window and see some poor devil flying down to zeroland, one can’t help but think, are the gangs now disguising their murders as suicides.”



Why we have the Five Internets

“This is why we have five internet platforms right now. When hacker/pirates created the Angry Tree Protocol it hamstrung the original Cobweb. Two secure, private networks emerged from the anarchy. One using optical technology, the other satellite based, they tried to monetise information to the point of squeezing the average citizen out of the educational loop. Next thing you know, Episoft’s peer to peer system gives free access back to the people. Not as good as Definition+ as provided by Satnet and Ambercast, but I invested my clients money in them anyway. Look at them now.”

James Tucker, CEO of MercurEx