The Darkest Blackest Market of them all!

The police and governments of the United States and United Kingdom are spending a lot of time and money fighting the “black markets.” These markets are usually only available through browsers like Tor. The man that started Silk Road and paved the way for the phenomenon of the “black markets” is named Russ Ulbright.

Russ Ulbricht was charged with money laundering, computer hacking, conspiracy to traffic narcotics, and procuring murder. The charge of procuring murder was removed from the indictment although the evidence was factored into Ulbricht’s sentence. Ulbricht was convicted of all the remaining charges after a jury trial that concluded in February 2015.  He was sentenced to life imprisonment without the possibility of parole on 29 May 2015.

His arrest and imprisonment has done nothing to halt the success and progress of these markets. This got me thinking, what is the darkest blackest scariest market of them all. After just a couple of hours of searching I think I have found a contender!

The Market I am talking about sells many products on a daily basis including drugs, alcohol and strange sex toys. There are a few examples below. I will NOT share the links because they are too fucked!

Even many of the products that are seemingly innocent involve cruel working conditions, low wages, tax evasion, lobbying, exploitation, thievery, murder. I am of course talking about the blackest, darkest market of them all. AMAZON!



Dream Market vs Silk Road vs The Street…

For millions of people around the world so called “black markets” has saved money, offered a better product and saved the hassle of relying on street dealers. I have been smoking weed since I was about 14 and I have used all three methods (street, Dream Market and Silk Road) to purchase weed all three have their advantages.  Which do I prefer?

The Screenshot below is Silk Road and the one above is Dream Market, they are both easy to use and they both offer lots of choice much cheaper than you are likely to pick it up from the street. You may have to wait a few days though because you have to rely on the postal system to bring it. It seems very unlikely that your package will be stopped by the Royal Mail (though I did lose one once, that the Royal Mail informed me was destroyed in Chester!)

In my experience the vendors have been brilliant if they need to reship most do without complaints (which is good of them because it is hard/impossible to prove that you did not receive the product.)

Street deals come with one HUGE advantage it is ultra unlikely that when performing a street deal a postman is going to intercept the deal and keep the product for himself. My postman has taken a few (vendors have reshipped one would only do a 50% reship!) This promoted me to complain to the Royal Mail since my complaint my letters and post seem to get through.

I prefer the layout of Dream Market, both sites can be slow and both sites (especially Silk Road lately) are down regularly.


The street dealer is probably the quickest way to get weed but they can be inconsistent and they are usually limited to what they can get their hands on. The street dealer also usually offers no refund service if you are dissatisfied. Vendors on Silk Road and Dream Market have to worry about their rating as a vendor and therefore they do not want to upset people.

Despite these ratings problems do emerge sometimes and dodgy vendors get through…

I have had problems on both Dream Market and Silk Road.. Dream Market sorted the problems out instantly (a few hours) refunded my Bitcoin, I have been VERY impressed with their customer service. Silk Road not so much… They ignore you and seem reluctant to help..

Thats why DREAM MARKET WINS for my money..


Recommended product

????7g Cali Orange B+ “Reseller Special”
฿0.00643 (about £35 at this time)
United Kingdom
Using a Tor Browser click the Dream Market logo below to view Dream Market.

Buy Weed! Why I recommend Dream Market and a few trusted vendors.

Its no secret I smoke weed! I hope I don’t end up being arrested and left to rot in a jail cell because of this blog because it may be slightly incriminating! But if they are willing to throw me in to jail because I used to buy tiny amounts of weed on-line (3 grams usually and that would last me a week) after destroying my growing equipment then surely they could never deny being absolute fascist control freaks. For me this is about freedom and taking control from the insanely greed pharmaceutical corporations and establishment and handing it back to the people. And about weed! DUH.

I was recently arrested for growing weed and this led to my equipment and weed being taken from me and destroyed (which nearly led to the death of my lemon tree that also thrived in the same conditions but it survived!) I have only recently moved to where I live and I know very few people around here which made getting weed pretty difficult. Determined to find a way of getting weed without traveling back to my home city I discover Silk Road. I began to use Silk Road and I was satisfied until the recent hack because of the hack I moved to Dream Market.

When I started using Dream Market I was impressed with the cheapness and service it offered that was until my postman got wise and began tampering and not delivering my mail. This caused problems and without problems you do not really find out how good or trustworthy a service is because everything is great when its all running smoothly.

After losing one in the mail I informed the vendor that I purchased my weed from, I expected no reply he already had my Bitcoin and I did not get a reply until the next day. I was surprised when he offered to reship for free of charge. Whats more is I ordered some THC chocolate from a different vendor the order took a few days to come through so I assumed it was “lost” in the post and by lost in the post I mean in some happy postman’s gut. I informed the vendor and he also offered a reship if it did not show within the next couple of days! It showed so there was no need for him to do so but like the other vendor he already had my money and therefore he could have ignored me and my complaints but he also acted fairly and helpfully.

These people are dismissed as “dodgy” drug dealers by our society but these people are just trying to make a living like the rest of us. They are also offering a good service and genuinely care about the service they offer which for my money makes them trusted vendors.



Offered reship I don’t want to say too much about the product because I might review it later.



Reshipped free of charge after my parcel was lost in post!

Dream Market referral link http://lchudifyeqm4ldjj.onion/?ai=3067452133

To access Dream Market Download and click the image above while viewing through a Tor Browser

Tor Download

Go to dream market http://lchudifyeqm4ldjj.onion/?ai=3067452133 use one below if this one fails.





Sign up and you are ready to go..


OH NO….SILK ROAD gone bankrupt?

Tried to access to Silk Road about five minutes ago only to see this message and the screen shot above.

Hash: SHA1


AW here (SR3.1 and Lunacy owner).
Our market has been compromised (stolen funds) and we will bankrupt.
We miss a lot of money. And that is not something I can provide personally.

Your personnal information were not compromised. Only an admin account – which had been used to empty server’s wallet. Everything is stored encrypted on our servers and all your data is safe.


Dream Market & Hansa’s Market:
We do not want to fuck up all our users. But at this point, we can not financially keep this market running.
If any of you wants to own SR3 & Lunacy, I will give it for free. Everything, servers, onion domains, … as long as you promise to -or at least try to- keep it running.

Any other decent market / darknet personality :
We are selling the market. If you can pay for the debt, we will refund all current orders and pay vendors. Then you will own the market.

Turnover of the past days (in usd):
%2017-07-18% – 17278.41
%2017-07-17% – 13154.89
%2017-07-16% – 11638.08
%2017-07-15% – 10618.92
%2017-07-14% – 13745.46
%2017-07-13% – 13956.82
%2017-07-12% – 19023.15
%2017-07-11% – 17564.18
%2017-07-10% – 18812.53

Active advertising on Torch, HW and a few other major DN places.
An average of 3 new users each minute.
An average of 15k usd transit per day.

Because the failure is my mistake, I will retire. I can not handle all this anymore.
But if there is something that can be done to save our users, then be it.

Any serious request to be sent using the form below.


PS : Here are some of the wallets used to steal our funds..

Version: GnuPG v1.4.6 (MingW32)

Version: GnuPG v1


FREE Silk Road Creater Ross Ulbricht

Ross William Ulbricht (born March 27, 1984) is a former darknet market operator, best known for being convicted of creating and running the Silk Road website until his arrest. He was known under the pseudonym “Dread Pirate Roberts”.

Ulbricht was convicted of money laundering, computer hacking, conspiracy to traffic fraudulent identity documents, and conspiracy to traffic narcotics in February 2015. He is currently serving a life sentence without the possibility of parole. The conviction and sentence went to appellate court, but the appeal was denied on May 31, 2017.

“The Dread Pirate Roberts” attributed his inspiration for creating the Silk Road marketplace as “Alongside Night and the works of Samuel Edward Konkin III.”[12] As early as 2009 Ulbricht had been contemplating the idea of building an online black market that would use Tor and bitcoin to evade law enforcement.[13] Tor is a protocol which encrypts data and routes internet traffic through intermediary servers which anonymize IP addresses before reaching a final destination. By hosting his market as a Tor site, Ulbricht could conceal its IP address.[11][14] Bitcoin is a cryptocurrency; while all bitcoin transactions are recorded in a log, the blockchain, if users can avoid linking their identities to their online “wallets” they can conduct transactions with considerable anonymity.[15][16]

Ulbricht began work on developing his online marketplace in 2010 as a side project to Good Wagon Books. He also sporadically kept a diary during the operating history of Silk Road; in his first entry he outlined his situation prior to launch, and predicted he would make 2011 “a year of prosperity” through his ventures.[8][17] Ulbricht may also have included a reference to Silk Road on his LinkedIn page, where he discussed his wish to “use economic theory as a means to abolish the use of coercion and aggression amongst mankind” and claimed “I am creating an economic simulation to give people a first-hand experience of what it would be like to live in a world without the systemic use of force.”[10] To author Nathaniel Popper, the creation of Silk Road was an act of “sheer desperation” after Ulbricht exhausted most of the nest egg he had out of college on his failed businesses.[15] Ulbricht moved to San Francisco prior to his arrest.[10]

Ulbricht was first connected to “Dread Pirate Roberts” by Gary Alford, an IRS investigator working with the DEA on the Silk Road case, in mid-2013.[18] In October 2013, Ulbricht was arrested and accused by the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) of being the “mastermind” behind the site.[19][20] Ulbricht was taken into custody at the Glen Park branch of the San Francisco Public Library.[20][21]

To prevent Ulbricht from encrypting or deleting data on the laptop he was using to run the site as he was arrested, two agents pretended to be quarreling lovers. When they had sufficiently distracted him, one of the agents took his computer away and inserted a USB flash drive that cloned all the data on the hard drive.[22] Agent Chris Tarbell presented Ulbricht the warrant for his arrest.[23]

Ulbricht was charged with money laundering, computer hacking, conspiracy to traffic narcotics,[20][24] and procuring murder.[21] The charge of procuring murder was removed from the indictment[25] although the evidence was factored into Ulbricht’s sentence.[26] Ulbricht was convicted of all the remaining charges after a jury trial that concluded in February 2015.[27] He was sentenced to life imprisonment without the possibility of parole on 29 May 2015.[28][29][30] His lawyers submitted an appeal on 12 January 2016, centered on claims that the prosecution illegally withheld evidence of DEA agents’ malfeasance in the investigation of Silk Road, for which they were convicted.[31] The oral hearing for the appeal was 6 October 2016.[32]. On May 31, 2017, the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit denied Ulbricht’s appeal and affirmed the judgment of conviction and life sentence in an opinion written by Gerard E. Lynch, United States Circuit Judge.[33]

The prosecutor believed that none of the six contracted murders-for-hire occurred.[21] One charge of procuring murder is to be dealt with in a separate pending trial in Maryland;[34] the other five were never filed.[35]

He is currently serving his life sentence at the Metropolitan Correctional Center, New York.

FREEROSS.ORG explains his case.

The Ross Ulbricht Legal Defense effort is a group of family, friends and supporters who are working to free Ross Ulbricht from a barbaric, double life sentence for all non-violent charges. Our mission is to have Ross be a free man again and give him the chance to make a contribution to his community and society.

Our aim is not only to help Ross, however. By living through this ordeal, and getting to know other families and inmates in prison, we have learned that Ross is not unique in how he was investigated, tried or sentenced. We have seen firsthand how the US constitutional protections are being eroded. We hope that by shining a light on the plight of multiple thousands of people caught in the US criminal justice system, and sounding a warning about diminishing freedoms, we can help move the US back toward being a more just, humane and free nation again.

In addition to funding Ross’s appeal and gaining his freedom, we are focused on the following issues:

  • The right to a fair trial, a bulwark of our liberty.
  • Draconian sentencing practices, so common in the US justice system.
  • Mass incarceration in the US.
  • The expensive, cruel and failed Drug War.
  • The right to privacy and threats to the 4th Amendment and other US constitutional protections.
  • Prosecutorial misconduct
  • Dangerous precedents set with the Silk Road case.

Our supporters come from all over the world and all walks of life, ages and political persuasions. They are people who see past the sensationalism that has clouded the case to the importance of larger issues that it will impact. Please join us and them!

I believe Ross Ulbricht has effectively been punished for creating a successful service that people want to use. Should the creation of a website/service be punished with a prison sentence? Should Ross Ulbricht be held responsible for what people add to his website? Facebook has been used by some for much more sinister and evil purposes but Mark Zuckerberg is not in prison and obviously he shouldn’t be (not for that reason at least.)

Ross Ulbricht is facing a lifetime in prison for an idea that he was intelligent enough to execute its a harsh punishment for somebody that has committed no act of violence. The story is currently ignored by the mainstream media but we the people should demand that Ross Ulbricht is freed.

Follow link to view Silk Road http://silkroad7rn2puhj.onion/ (Tor Browser or something like it required.)