Yahoo? Oath? Actually, It’s Clinton Fund-Raiser Verizon!

How many readers share my extreme exasperation with this hyper-pushy crowd calling themselves ‘Oath,’ who have allegedly taken over Yahoo?

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I had hoped any change of management might have seen a lessening of the harassment meted out to Yahoo users, the sort of coercion used to force us out of the good Classic into their new and tiresome version…

Boo, Boo, Yahoo! Annoyingly Intrusive…AND Subversive?.. 

….which nobody wanted except that daft bint Marisa Mayer, whom we criticised at the time.

But ‘Oath’ is no better, a constant barrage of jackboot demands…

By choosing “I accept” below, you agree to Oath’s new Terms of Service and Privacy Policy.

samples –

…we may temporarily or permanently suspend or terminate your account or impose limits on or restrict your access to parts or all of the Services at any time, without notice and for any reason…

…if your account is terminated, access to your username, password, and all related information, files, and content associated with your account may be terminated and your username may be recycled for use by others

Like, who the hell do these corporate creeps think they’re talking to, as if they’re The Lords of Creation and we are mere serfs?

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And we need to take all that in conjunction with what we know of them…

…if we are prepared to take the time and trouble to look for relevant information!

And don’t for a minute forget that ‘Oath’ is a Verizon company, and that Verizon is notorious for its far-left allegiances.



The Hillary Clinton campaign, meanwhile, has received tens of thousands of dollars from Verizon executives and lobbyists. That’s not all. For a May 2013 speech, the corporation paid Clinton a whopping $225,000 honorarium, according to her tax records

Verizon has also given between $100,000 and $250,000 to the Clinton Foundation, which investigative journalist Ken Silverstein has referred to as a “so-called charitable enterprise [that] has served as a vehicle to launder money and to enrich family friends.”

The Truth About Hillary Clinton and Verizon |.

And if you need to be reminded of just what sort of  things we’re talking about here, go back and watch…




In view of all the fuss these days about Facebook and the rest, you’d think Verizon would keep this kind of intimidation at least low-key, but ‘Oath’ are downright arrogant in their relentless, intrusive, nasty nagging.

 I can’t say how many times they’ve interrupted me when I open my email.

But it’s been a lot.

So what can we do? Obviously, don’t have any dealings with those who advertise on Yahoo.

Why fatten the wallets of the rich leftists who make so much money from Verizon…



….that they can afford to lash out fortunes to help the supportive spouse of an infamous sex-predator?

But as to our emailing?

I don’t know  – so I welcome any input from other Yahoo users.