Who is Kurdaitcha or what is #kurdaitchaisnear?
Firstly, welcome. Here is where The Kurdaitcha Man ( #kurdaitchaisnear ), the indigenous Australian assassin lives. Here is where HE lurks, waiting for his victims to present themselves in a safe, comfortable world.
So you saw this word somewhere and it had you wondering: ‘What does THAT mean?’
He isn’t alone. There is another here. Your arrival now makes three. It’s nice to see us all together.
The Conduit and The Kurdaitcha Man share a common bond: They are curious about what makes you tick and they’d like to take you apart. Kurdaitcha is thankful for The Conduit’s skill in giving HIM access to you through the Internet. The Conduit promises HIM perfect sanctuary. For every second you stay here, another link for The Kurdaitcha Man is being made directly into your private life.
Check your camera. Is it on? Did it come on just briefly?
That’s okay, HE doesn’t always use the camera. Sometimes the microphone is all he needs. Listening to you playing your favourite music, hearing your preferred television shows in the background tells HIM much. Too much TV and music says you’re alone. That’s nice. The type of music you’re playing reveals your emotional state. So does your TV shows. You’d be surprised at how accurate HIS psychological profiling can be.
#kurdatichaisnear Behind the Scenes.
And then there is social media. Everyone has something posted to social media. Narcissistic lifestyles have produced an abundance of extra material for HIM to study. And it’s not the image that you want to project that HE’S interested in most. It’s the differences between and what you present to the world against what he knows of you after studying your computer and personal device that piques his interest. Liars make great victims. They hide things and are less likely to talk. They are vulnerable.
And now #kurdaitchaisnear and, depending on what you do and say, you may be contacted suddenly by a stranger in the street – a perfect stranger who seems to meet all of your requirements and says all the right things at just the right time.
Will you be ready for when #kurdaitchaisnear?
The clock is ticking.
This is Neo-noir.
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