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July 11, 2017

once I had a blog — updated

Filed under: Uncategorized — Tags: , — furtherglory @ 4:39 pm

Thanks to everybody for all the helpful comments on this subject.  It appears that the culprit in reformatting my blog is something called ‘’.

My blog, which I started over 6 years ago,  as advertising free, has been stolen [or at least reformatted] by some thieves who are using it to make money by putting up ads.

I did not have ads on my original blog.  The thieves claim that they are just helping me to make things load quicker, but the question is who gave them permission to do this?

I have learned from my systems admin, that I can disable Accelerated Mobile Pages in my admin settings if I want to do this, so maybe the answer is that it was me.

Here are two outstanding comments on the subject.

Begin outstanding comment

Nobody stole your blog and nobody re-posts your content in order to make money or whatever.

What you see under ‘’ URLS is the version of your blog for mobiles or tablets or this kind of devices.

You saw this, what you’re think is a ‘clone blog’ from your statistics, right?
Don’t worry….

It’s just a link made by your blog service for your visitors who use devices other than PCs.

Comment by Κλέων

End comment

Begin outstanding comment

Yes — AMP = Accelerated Mobile Pages — the aim is to use a well-chosen subset of common SW used to create content (HTML, Java, etc) so that the content loads quickly and has a consistent appearance across platforms — the thinking is this will simplify things and be attractive to advertisers, since their ads will also be displayed consistently across more/different platforms.

Comment by eah

End comment


  1. But if you find that via some AMP effort your content appears on eg mobile or other platforms with advertising and you get no benefit/revenue from that, then check the terms and conditions of your blogging service — because normally the content originator should see some benefit/revenue from advertising.

    Comment by eah — July 13, 2017 @ 6:43 am

  2. Like the old adage goes. “Imitation is the most sincere form of flattery”. You’re a star FG.

    Comment by Tim — July 12, 2017 @ 12:29 pm

  3. Consider yourself lucky and proud that your blog is good enough to be worth being looted. Just another perspective. 😉

    Comment by hermie — July 11, 2017 @ 7:31 pm

  4. It’s probably the same douchebag Jew that was trying to steal airtime from you the day,by talking about Skype (whatever the shit that is).Go on your knock off site. Ask the person a question that you and your loyal trades would know. Like some months back,a family member bought something for you to improve your memory. Who was the family member? I know the answer . Tell the person that is masquerading as you,they should know the answer. Naturally they won’t. Then they’ve been stone,cold,busted.

    Comment by Tim — July 11, 2017 @ 6:58 pm

  5. FG….I don’t believe it! They don’t like your posts and they are looking for excuses to get rid of you and probably all of us revisionist truthers.
    We are just biding our time when they deem all or posts and videos “hate” speech.
    Lets not forget who runs the internet and all media….should we expect any less of them.
    The internet has exposed their HoloHoax lies and it’s time for them to close ranks on those doing the exposing.

    I bet they didn’t think they (Jews) would get slammed as bad as they are….but it shows that there are people out there that will not back down at least at this point in time.
    We have NO control of what they will allow to be posted in the future but you can bet they will do their best to get around the First Amendment by limiting our free speech by calling our information Hate speech.


    Comment by Jim Rizoli — July 11, 2017 @ 6:13 pm

  6. Wait, what? When was Automattic acquired by Google? That is quite the big news but yet this is not covered anywhere except at your blog. No, you are simply mistaken. The company who operates (read: Automattic Inc) is using Google advertisements in some cases so as to cover their costs because otherwise it would not be possible to offer free hosting on such a large scale — which I assume is the case with your blog. You do not pay a thing for your blog, is that not so? That is why you sometimes see advertisements on your blog and not because somebody stole it, or misused you. or your blog in some other manner.

    Tha’s it.

    Best wishes,

    Comment by k0nsl — July 11, 2017 @ 6:00 pm

  7. Something to laugh about.


    Comment by Jim Rizoli — July 11, 2017 @ 5:27 pm

  8. FG…. do you think it’s possible that WordPress is allowing advertising on your blog. So it’s still your blog but they allowing the advertising to go on there just like YouTube put advertising in a lot of people’s videos later.
    If you still control the blog and can put the content up by yourself then it’s still your blog but WordPress is now saying your blog is going to have advertising.


    Comment by Jim Rizoli — July 11, 2017 @ 5:20 pm

    • You wrote: “do you think it’s possible that WordPress is allowing advertising on your blog.”

      Word Press has been purchased by Google, and Google is now making money by putting ads on my blog.

      Google claims that the number of visitors to my blog is dropping because I have been putting up too many posts that appeal to Germman viewers, but not to American viewers.

      Comment by furtherglory — July 11, 2017 @ 5:27 pm

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