If you have lost access to your account (forgotten username, forgotten password, or otherwise), the only way to recover that access is to go on NoBleme's NoBleme's IRC chat server and ask for a website administrator to manually reset your account's password. No need to worry about identity usurpation, there is a strict process in place that will allow the administrator to verify your identity before doing the resetting.
NoBleme is the home of a political manifesto called the contramanifesto. It must be clarified that NoBleme as a website and the contramanifesto are two separate things. One just happens to be hosting the other, and the manifesto does not reflect the views of NoBleme's whole community.
However, if you are uneasy around the type of content presented in this manifesto, then odds are you might be uneasy on NoBleme as a whole. Inversely, if you are comfortable around the type of content presented in this manifesto, then you might also be interested in becoming a part of NoBleme's community by joining our IRC chat and Discord server.
As stated in the contramanifesto, there are no political parties or movements associated with this manifesto. It is simply there to act as a message of hope, and to offer a few ideas for a better future.
If you wish to run your own social circle or political movement based on this manifesto, go ahead. You don't need to ask for permission. There is no central authority, no decision maker, and no restrictive intellectual property.
If you want to brand yourself, something you own, or a movement as being linked to this manifesto, then below a few suggestions you can use.
For any related vocabulary, the prefix contra- tends to be mostly unused within political spheres. Odds are the nicaraguan anticommunists won't be able to do much if you decide to reclaim their name for a better cause. It's a fairly versatile prefix that can be applied to pretty much anything (see: contramanifesto, contramovement).
For any related symbolism, you can freely borrow NoBleme's logo and color theme. Inspired by the anarchist Circle-A logo, it is a circled N instead, which makes it look like the word NO and stands for a rejection of the established system. This version of the logo uses black and red, the colors used by neighboring political ideals, but more specifically the visually pleasing and amusingly named #B00B1E (RGB 176, 11, 30) instead of the traditional pure red of other anticapitalist movements. In order to catch the eye and fit with retro-modern æsthetics, a good dose of neon glow has been applied.
If you alse need a catchphrase, a suggestion would be "We must dissent".