Enter The Deep Web

Remember in the Matrix when Morpheus asks Neo if he would like to know the truth about the world and offers him the red or blue pill?

Well the question is now being asked to you. Take the blue pill by closing your browser and refrain from reading this article. This will allow you to remain in the fabricated reality Google, Yahoo, Bing and any other search engine has created for you.

Or

Take the red pill by continuing to read on and prepare to be "unplugged" and see the truth.

So what is the Deep Web?

The Deep Web is the secret internet that most do not know about. The Deep Web is called the Deep Web because of its gigantic size. According to research we access only 0.03% of the internet using search engines like Google, Yahoo or Bing; the rest of the internet is the Deep Web. While the normal internet uses .coms, .net, .org and so on the Deep Web uses .onion

So what is so different about the Deep Web compared to the web we use?

There's a huge difference. The web you know is full of lollipops and rainbows compared to the Deep Web that’s full of dead puppies and secrets.

But let’s take a look at the common list of things available within it, just to start you off lightly so your head doesn`t explode just yet. 

1.       Hitmen

You can hire a hitman to take out anyone. Mind you they do not come cheap, with prices ranging from 10,000 to 100,000.

2.       Drugs

All sorts. Marijuana, ecstasy, heroin, you name it. And yes, they home deliver.

3.       Bootleg Items

You can hire someone to steal something for you or you can just take the high road and buy already stolen items.

4.       Weapons

Anything from knives to machine guns to ballistic weapons. Guns’R’Us.

5.       Human Experiments

These are medical experiments that are performed on homeless people that are usually unregistered citizens, all for people’s sick pleasure.

6.       Credit cards

Buy other peoples credit card information. Be careful, though, they might be selling yours.

7.       Betting on fixed sports

Everything from horse racing to underground fighting events. With a minimum buy in of 20,000 to 100,000, it’s obviously for the high rollers and very risky.

Then there’s the hidden Wiki

This site explains everything there is to know about the Deep Web and lists every .onion site available.

But how deep does the Deep Web go? Well, it doesn't stop at the list above. The Deep Web also has some very very sick shit like the distribution of child pornography. Yep you read correctly; there are a lot of sick fucks out there using the Deep Web to further distribute their sick fuckery. Just as in the case of Eric Eoin Marquez, a 28-year-old architect's son from Dublin, seen below:

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Living and working by himself in his father's one-bedroom flat in the corner of Dublin's Mountjoy Square, Eric Eoin Marques allegedly became the biggest dealer of child pornography and abusive images in the world. If convicted, he faces sentences of up to 30 years in prison, also known as ‘a slap on the wrist.’

And just when you thought it couldn’t get any worse, there are people selling 'human sex dolls' and these aren’t the plastic or rubber ones you see in all sex stores. These sex dolls are made from real people, WHAT! Yes it seems like something from a sick horror movie but there are people on the Deep Web claiming that they take young children from orphanages , cut off all their limbs, knock out all their teeth, then surgically make them blind, deaf and mute.

One doctor also claims they will put hanging hoops at the end the victims limbs so they can be hung or chained up. There is definitely some really sick shit going on.

So how does one access the Deep Web? Quite easily through TOR, a free software implementation of second-generation onion routing. According to www.torproject.org it is a system enabling its users to communicate anonymously on the Internet and allows you infiltrate the Deep Web.

But before you decide to fuel your curiosity and dive right into the Deep Web, remember again there are some real sick fuckers out there and even though TOR and the Deep Web claims to be anonymous, recently authorities have infiltrated the Deep Web. In August of this year over 50% of the websites have been taken down, even a huge hosting operation in Ireland.

Having told you the darker side of the Deep Web let me be clear even though there is lots of evil within, there are also a lot of good individuals who are just trying to share information. For example we have Wikileaks, Filesharez, friendly forums and so on.

So if you do decide to delve into darkest regions of the Deep Web and you come across those pedophilic or child abusive sick fuckers mentioned in this article, report them straight away to the authorities or just hire one of the hitmen to take them out. Either way something should be done to these pricks.