Archive for the ‘Politics’ category

Prescience and Prophecies

February 27, 2015

JJ, I’ve heard similar stories about Khan (an education institution on the net). Khan is an example of internet no tax freedom that allows individual solutions to apply to social groups and customer market shares.

This is why the MPAA and the Leftist alliance will overturn the control of the internet, and put it back under the plantation and slave master’s control. With high taxes, 50%, to ensure that no competition will arise to challenge Hollywood, the ATF, Democrats, teacher unions, or anybody else on the Leftist alliance for that matter.Source

Overturn the control of the internet. Who would have thought of that. Before it happened that is.

Chris Kyle Controversy

January 22, 2015

I know, that’s a rather weak spine of a title, isn’t it. I’ve been working on my response before 2014 arrived, so I think it is relatively polished by now. And it’s got some upvotes in a recent iteration, so I’ll place it here, for reference later.

In human history and civilizations, their greatest heroes have usually been their greatest killers. The more a person could kill, the more likely their civilization will acclaim them as “hero” or yuusha. Basically, they are the janitors of their society, cleaning out the trash that nobody else wants to deal with.

Kyle’s problem is\was fundamentally that he wasn’t paranoid enough and wasn’t prepared to kill everyone in the room once he got back to the states, which led to his early death at the hands of a supposed fellow patriotic American. Then again, true heroes don’t bare their fangs at their own society, in fact they are often betrayed and killed by their own society once the usefulness of the hero is over. It is perhaps a testament to the purity of a hero, someone who gets the job done that the rest of society cannot or will not do. Someone who often in the end is betrayed by that society later on. Socrates is one example. Themistocles is another in Greek history. Sparta became a den of pleasure and heathen glories under Rome, generations after Leonidas. Hannibal Barca. Far from testaments that nullifies heroism, such things exemplify it.

The fact that Islamic Jihad and the Leftist alliance glorifies their own killers, who they called Che Gue and suicide bombers, is merely proof that their society and civilization is not ours. When the Left attacks one of our heroes, that means they are attacking an ally and their motivation isn’t justice or anything of that sort, it’s merely to win in the war. In order to fight their deception, it is important to consciously and subconsciously recognize that the Left’s heroes are not Chris Kyle or other patriotic American soldiers or warriors. The Left’s heroes are suicide bombers, Islamic rapists and serial killers, and Leftist rapists and mass murderers. It is important to realize that in your heart, even if you don’t exactly know why. It is what it should be. One society’s hero is another society’s enemy.

The people sitting on the fence may like to believe everyone is equal or that humanity has some kind of “rights” that make them immune from such as individual virtue, but I’ve determined that it is not so. Pick a side, or a side will be chosen for you. There are no neutrals in this war, and that includes people on the fence and the heroes of each faction.

References to other people’s writing on this can be found here.

http://www.bookwormroom.com/2015/01/21/the-bookworm-beat-12115-post-sotu-edition-and-open-thread/

Half way down the list.

The reason why I put this under the unconventional warfare category is that 5th Column fighters are not flying under the right flag, or even any flag.

Southern Poverty Law Center Origins

January 3, 2015

http://www.americanthinker.com/articles/2012/08/southern_poverty_law_centers_lucrative_hate_group_label.html

This little research dive, courtesy of Assistant Village Idiot, is very interesting and explains several anomalies with that group’s behavior I’ve detected over the years.

Japanese Chinese sphere

September 15, 2014

http://www.the-american-interest.com/blog/2014/09/12/chinese-see-war-with-japan-as-inevitable/

There’s a significant amount of ignorance there concerning how China is generating generations long propaganda for nationalism and patriotism, while externalizing guilt and blame on the Japanese with the reverse response being from the Japanese to re ignite war conditioning in various media propaganda programs for their young.

Even if the leaders wanted to avoid a fight, the Chinese people can easily push for it, dragging everyone else along. That’s what happens when you externalize guilt to some other foreign devils. Think of it as being like a peace treaty with moderate Muslims or Democrats, where they think you are the enemy. Consider how long that would last.

Meanwhile, in the US some of us think US Civil War II is inevitable because of the broken promises and issues with Civil War I. Democrat slavery and plantations existed back. Coincidentally, they exist now too. And for those that don’t know what slavery looks like, look at Rotter in the UK if you somehow believe in a fantasy that the Leftist alliance and their Democrat founding members would be incapable of such. They’ll farm it out to Mexicans or Islamos, if they really were.

Distributed networking

August 14, 2014

This is a pretty strange occurrence. I had heard of BitCoin before, of course, but I hadn’t quite connected all the dots yet.

When I was looking around for a new Geforce or Radeon graphics external (2 slots isn’t really a card any more), I picked up some fun reading.

http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/radeon-r9-270-review-benchmarks,3669.html

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cryptocurrency

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bitcoin

http://bitcoinminer.com/

That’s quite a bit of reading. The executive summary would be thus. Like crowd sourced produced games such as Minecraft (a java game about mining and building), digital currencies rely on computing power (Minecraft was produced using more of a conventional funding scheme from distributed users via a centralized interface and didn’t rely on distributed computing) and distributed networks (the basis of the internet itself) to guarantee security and authenticity. Although like various other simulated universes, there are ways to crack/hack/steal from the stupid to the smart. This is compared to the United States Regime that uses taxes to bank roll evil by sharing the load across 330 million people, so few people ever notice it. This is done via centralized fiat and digital currency, as well as various other things in the Leftist alliance. A simulated free economy, or just a real free economy, tends to burden the dumb and reckless risk takers with most of the losses.

AI (artificial intelligence) will most likely come from distributed networks in the future, not supercomputer cooled laboratories funded by centralized authorities. If one ever did come out of that, it would be psychotic and bent on enslaving humanity, essentially due to how it was created or raised. Although it would be more accurate to call the products of random luck HI or hyper aware intelligences, happenstance intelligence even.

Strangely enough, it was reading about all the money laundering and black market schemes and thefts that convinced me that this was real and wasn’t just an internet fad (like Obamacare). Generally whenever a new frontier is tapped, all the thugs, crooks, and risk taking gamblers get there first. And they got there fast.

Oh, here’s the source time history for the various Geforce and Radeon generations.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/GeForce

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Radeon#Technology_Overview

 

I have also heard of the game engine Unity, that uses a similar distributed network of suppliers and consumers.

Obama’s Civilian Force

August 4, 2014

It’s as if the US government declared a Emperor to great applause.

Strangely enough the US South border isn’t the only war zone in contention

July 24, 2014

http://www.voxday.blogspot.com/2014/07/the-pinkshirts-are-trembling.html

There’s the science fiction community as well.

At least the MSewerM had the good sense to create a private list, JournoList, to communicate. These… people obviously think Twitter is good enough.


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