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Saturday, October 15, 2016

Backing up The True History As We Have Chronicled It In Real Time -- Worth Some Effort

It is clear that "they" are pulling out ALL the stops for the NWO takeover of America.   This speaks of their greed, desperation, and power.

And Google is in on it with them.

So, for what its worth, expect some blogs and websites to be "accidentally locked", or "become unavailable".    This happened to my Twitter account after I started slamming on Hillary.    They pretended they were trying to help me unlock it, but it was just a game they played.   

Point is, those with "reality based blogs" have a long record of seeking and speaking the truth.    Those who want to control the whole world, will of course want to re-write history, but those that document history in real time will have the most powerful narrative.

I am going to put some effort into the backing up of blogs and other news sources.    The NWO will NOT turn out well, it will be a slow death for most economies, although some companies will thrive for a while.   Population will go up, as sickness and disease increase.  The brutality and stupidity of the NWO will become obvious to EVERYONE.    I think we get the tipping point in November, or in a few decades.  

Regardless, preservation of the real history, the real news, in hard-drives NOT connected to the internet, and paper form where practical, could be critical.

I will start this topic with a short guide on backing up blogger using its own built in methods (obviously not secure as this is controlled by Google)

Below that a program that I have used to backup the entire blog (takes like a day).   But admittedly, I never tried a restore.    As my brother the computer scientist says "Everyone has a backup plan, No One has a recovery plan".
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http://www.geekalicious.co.uk/2012/09/how-to-back-up-your-blogger-blog.html

Export your blog

Blogger > Dashboard > Settings > Other

This is a one-click download and the file (a .xml file) will automatically be saved to your default download folder on your computer.   The default name for your download will be blog-todaysdate.xml.  It is good practice to find this file and rename it with the name of the blog and download date (I would use Geekalicious-13.09.12 for example) and move it to a folder dedicated to your blog downloads.

Back up your blog template

Blogger > Dashboard > Template > Backup/Restore
As before, this is a one-click download and the file (a .xml file) will automatically be saved to your default download folder on your computer.  The default name will be similar to template-1234567.xml.  Again it is good practice to find this file and rename it with and easy-to-remember file name and move it to a folder dedicated to your blog downloads.
Also get into the habit of downloading the template before you change anything on your blog just in case it all goes a bit wrong.

Back up your blog posts

Blogger > Dashboard > Settings > Mobile and Email > Email posts to
(see image below)
Email your blog posts to yourself and save them in a folder in your email account.  At least you will have a copy of all your posts should you ever lose your blog.

Back up your comments

Blogger > Dashboard > Settings > Mobile and Email > Comment Notification Email
(see image above)
Have all your comments emailed to you and store them in a folder in your email account.  If you use a non-Blogger comment system there will be a facility to export all your comments in .xml format.
If you ever need to restore your blog then repeat the above process in reverse, choosing the 'import' options.
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