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Comment Re:Hating on Diesel (Score 1) 184

Yes, I wonder how much this politician gets to say this sort of stuff.

I don't believe anything that comes out of a American politicians mouth, and certainly not out of a British ass kissing Monarch cronies mouth.

I own a 2015 VW Jetta, and other than a software update to control the chemical infusion process of the diesel exhaust system, it does not belch black smoke, is not filthy in any way and continues to get excellent gas mileage.

Diesel's are a target because of their efficiency, lower cost production of fuel than petrol and those two things when combined spell cheaper operation costs, and a cleaner environmental impact.

Two things that continue to improve over time, which are proving to be the ire of environmentalists stuck in the 1980's.

Comment Re:CISCO (Score 1) 130

I understand alright.

Look at the original ARPA documents calling for a distributed non centralized architecture for the command and control of communications.

I also understand that CISCOs products are perfectly designed to be easily compromised on a small scale with gigantic affects.

The worse being the UCS manager. Who in there right mind would build a network where all you need is access to one box, and you can trash whole infrastructure.

These products coming out of companies, not just CISCO, are the darlings of future NSA black budget industrial espionage strikes.

They are not designed for your business.


Comment CISCO (Score 1) 130

How about stop making and delivering interdicted custom gear for the NSA/CIA?

I know, I have seen the equipment hooked into AT&Ts network.

It isn't a joke what is happening. In the end we all know why this spying is happening and it is not to make you safer.

It really is all about industrial espionage and taxes, all in pursuit of western bogeymen, they create.

As long as they keep the bogeymen well funded expect more countries shredding freedom and liberty, and all of those that died before us to have given their lives in vain.

I mean look at what they are doing, France wants to rewrite it constitution. For what? Why?

Comment Free money (Score 1) 1291

We already have such a system.
It is called the Federal Reserve Banking System.

It prints money and per the FOIA requests I have requested, it is done in secret to the owners.

So we don't need a new system we already have one.

However, instead of printing the money for the owners, whoever they are, you would print money for the general masses.

Good luck with that.

Comment Certifications Like Degrees (Score 1) 213

Are crap.

Every moment you spend on a exam memorizing crap that is already obsolete is worthless. The only reason to subjugate information in this way is to restrict access to opportunity and to fund a demoralizing education system which produces NO results.

Kiss my backside, I will not pay one red penny to a education system or certification system.

Leave the internet ALONE and let the information be available for people access freely.

Let people organize technology and efforts around those principles specified in the GPL.

Define a individuals self worth by what he or she contributes.

Shun degrees and certifications ALWAYS.

You do our young people a big service to their future and release them from this ridiculous restriction and judgement calls on that future with the current system we have that produces SLAVES, not indiiduals who are educated.

Comment Greek Bailout (Score 1) 485

What I find fascinating is that:

1) The sums are gigantic and no way could the Greek People incur that sort of debt.
2) Most if not all of the Bailout money goes to Germany's and EU's banks. while 5% of the total bailout will be used to capitalize EU banks in Greece.
3) Greece is forced to sell most of its assets, including such things as islands, airports and public historical monuments to private EU bankers.

Finally, how the Greek PM royally screwed the Greek people. Since most of the assets will be stolen by the bankers, there is no possible way the economy will ever recover under those conditions to pay any of the money back ever.

So it would seem the end game for these little dealings is the countries natural resources and assets.

The EU bankers (Troika) could care less about the paper, they want the assets.

It is fascinating to watch a people completely sell themselves into slavery and subjugation.

Grab the popcorn this is going to get really good about a year from now when te average guy on the street finally figures it out.

Comment Asylum Request (Score 0) 146

Besides the fact Assange already knows it would be suicide to go to France, I am left wondering what was he thinking?

Every banker from the west wants this guy dead, lead alone the politicians.

Until the banking industry is destroyed, preferably and the power structures are rebuilt around honest banking, this guy better not step foot out of that Embassy if he knows whats good for him.

Comment I want one for Xmas. (Score 1) 250

Dear Santa Claus,

      I have been exceptionally good this year so I think I deserve a wife for Xmas that like computers that:

    1) Like BIG DATA problems.
    2) Doesn't do Windows but loves little Penguin OS's.
    3) Like to write C and JAVA. (No DOT Net please...this women should be respectable.)

PS: Please include instructions for the wife as I hear they do other things, not related to programming. Thank you.

Comment Bankers (Score 3, Insightful) 546

The only people I am afraid of are the western bankers who faced with a declining empire because of their lawlessness, refuse to except their loss of power and wealth and decide if they can't continue to have all of this wealth and power and all od the lawlessnes and mischief you read about in the free news on the internet.

They will destroy it.

Those are the people you should be afraid of.

Comment Cashless Society=Government Excuses to Steal (Score 1) 294

with far greater control might I add.

Technology is a great idea, but not using it to centralize currency manipulation by the government to seize and loot peoples assets is even better.

Yes, a cashless society would offer certain benefits, but it would prove to be far too tempting a target by governments and criminals.

Centralization of power is always a bad idea. Decentralized everything, from countries, to militaries to commerce.

The name of the game is to minimize risk, from psychopaths who are invariably attracted to power in government jobs.

With decentralization, no way could they organize stuff like the looting they did in 2007 by the banks of some 17 trillion dollars of American tax payer money to gve to all of their banker buddies/friends.

Comment Circumstances surrounding his capture (Score 1) 649

Among other things, changed so many times, quite frankly any narrative the governmental prosecutors would present already has me biased.

They on purpose, shot the guy in the throat after capture.

If this is a dangerous man, why would you not aim for the head?

Why would you shoot the guy in the throat?

Then there is the whole Russian government involvement which I won't get into as you can track that little rabbit hole anywhere on the internet, which leads all the way back to an American military, private company involved in lots of terrorist bombings and CIA nonsense in just about every field of operation currently ongoing in the middle east right now.

Finally what purpose could it serve to kill the kid? How is that going to solve terrorism?

I see lots of small children and young adults like this kid and they normally do not want to blow up and kill people unless a government or society somewhere conditions them to do so.

Yes, we will be going to OSI, Mars, and Pluto, but not necessarily in that order. -- Jeffrey Honig