I suppose it depends on your definition of "right wing". Pretending that there is some sort of progressive spectrum from say the GOP to Libertarian to this is ridiculous. Most in the US tend to Define Right and Left as how much Freedom is protected or Regulation is imposed. Neo-Nazism is about hateful oppression of minorities. That data point has no place on this spectrum. Now this article is, of course, about Germany. I really don't have direct experience with politics there or what the general idea about what is right and left there, but being strongly US leaning website, you can understand the reaction to TFS using "far-right". Calling it left-wing is equally as ridiculous.
Playing the game of trying discredit and put a label on a world view you don't agree with on a movement few can stomach is just childish. Stop legitimizing their hate buy saying its just a few degrees away from a position a very large amount of people hold.
You just put your lips together
And you come real close
Can you blow my whistle baby, whistle baby
Here we go
prostitution is the most honest exchange that exists between the two genders
Perhaps the landscape would be different if it were legal and regulated, but as it is today, no... It is one of the most disgusting parts of our culture. The average age of entrance into prostitution is 14. Young girls are psychologically manipulated or outright kidnapped and for forced to have sex with strangers. The money exchanged does not end up in the girls pocket.
Bitcoins are a nice idea but people are not treating them like money. They are treating them like stocks and commodities.
I don't get this criticism. Not that there are precise definitions to begin with, but there certainly isn't anything in the definition of "commodity" or "currency" that excludes something from being the other. Gold is a good example that has been used as both. There are markets that trade foreign currencies as stocks and commodities, that does not negate the US Dollar, Euro, or Chinese Yuan as currencies. The 12,000 business that use Bitpay's merchant services and the users of those businesses are treating bitcoin as a currency.
AC, you keep using those words. I don't think they mean what you think they mean.
XML is like violence. If it doesn't solve your problems you are not using enough of it.
I'm starting to think that saying came from the government.