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Comment: Why Not Unlimited Access for Everyone Indefinitely (Score 0) 703

by rea1l1 (#48782775) Attached to: Obama Proposes 2 Years of Free Community College

We have the ability to house, feed, medicate and educate every single member of our populace to the highest degree of quality and yet most of us are living in ghettos and prisons. One percent of the populace could support the other 99% . We could all be constantly going to school or studying our world or creating products & art while taking turns performing whatever tasks we haven't manged to automate yet. We should be creating tons of engineers to automate right now. Our potential is utterly wasted so long as we squabble between each other and do not work together to rectify the problem via solutions that satisfy everyone. Everyone can be satisfied. There is bounty.

Socialism is not evil. Capitalism is an outdated model used to keep the populace distracted from the root of the problem: they never made slavery, they just made involuntary slavery illegal. If you work 40 hours a week, you are a slave.

Comment: Re:Free? (Score 0) 703

by rea1l1 (#48782767) Attached to: Obama Proposes 2 Years of Free Community College

No, the world is saturated with ditch diggers. There's not even enough ditch-digging jobs to go around.

What the world needs is ditch-digging machine engineers.

We have the ability to house, feed, medicate and educate every single member of our populace to the highest degree of quality and yet many if not most of us are living in ghettos and prisons. One percent of the populace could support the other 99% . We could all be constantly going to school or studying our world or creating products & art while taking turns performing whatever tasks we haven't manged to automate yet. We should be creating tons of engineers to automate right now. Our potential is utterly wasted so long as we squabble between each other and do not work together to rectify the problem via solutions that satisfy everyone. Everyone can be satisfied. There is bounty.

Comment: Re:Pesky Laws (Score 0) 424

by rea1l1 (#48247217) Attached to: Law Lets IRS Seize Accounts On Suspicion, No Crime Required

Isn't that the problem? That these agencies follow exactly what Congress says and Congress is bought by corporations? With the way things work right now, Congress can do anything it wants no matter the constitution until finally someone with enough time and money comes along to fight them all the way to the supreme court over it. Can you sue for laws broken in the past after the law has been better defined by the supreme court?

I for one would prefer that we as a people come together and peaceably secede at the local levels. I don't know how exactly, but we should pull together locally.

Comment: Re:Executive Orders Need to Expire, and Quickly (Score 0) 180

by rea1l1 (#47781357) Attached to: The Executive Order That Led To Mass Spying, As Told By NSA Alumni

Executive Orders, according to sovereign lore, relate to the idea that the original united States' Constitution died during the Civil War (late 1800's) and was reinstated as a corporate charter, while creating a corporation under the name UNITED STATES. Only corporations issue executive orders. Many youtube videos on this subject. It supposedly leads back to the Vatican, the Crown, and the District of Columbia all being agents of the shadow of government. Our government is actually a farce. Look into the IRS, registered voting, driving without a license, sine die (what ended the Constitution(contract) and replaced it with a constitution),

No law other than common and contract law ought to exist today as all people are considered sovereign.

Comment: Re: Will we ever stop celebrating Jesus? (Score 0) 157

by rea1l1 (#47437663) Attached to: "Internet's Own Boy" Briefly Knocked Off YouTube With Bogus DMCA Claim

Obviously Jesus was sent to die as a man on earth so that he might meet with the gatekeepers of the afterlife directly so that they could form an agreement on how to further deal with human souls from that point on. It took him three days of dealing before he returned.

Comment: Welcome to Reality! (Score 0) 387

by rea1l1 (#47274493) Attached to: Code Spaces Hosting Shutting Down After Attacker Deletes All Data

Yes, you do have to account for yourself, but the exception is honest naivety.

It is everyone's responsibility, including the victim's, to ensure their own safety in this dangerous world, because ultimately we're all alone here. If you haven't yet realized this very real truth then now would be a great time. If you have a power in this world you also have a responsibility to use it rightly. If you have the power to predict a bad scenario then it is your responsibility to do your best to ensure it never comes about.

This is not a social law. This has nothing to do with society. This is selective pressure coming from the deformed animal within humanity that does indeed make a strong appearance in today's sick society. There is a great separation of those who have too much and those who have too little. Look into Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs if you want some sort of psychological understanding. We act out when we lack!

We are independent individuals: depending on others is a weakness as it places you at their mercy.Not actively protecting yourself when you are aware of being in a dangerous environment is called neglect, and in the end it doesn't matter who's fault it is - you were exposed, attacked and defeated because you live in a fairy tale idealistic illusion that left you a target.

If you were never taught this you can blame your parents for your naievity for they are without a doubt ultimately responsible for your future.

There is so much discussion about who's to blame and none about solving the problem!

Today's world is supported by the 80's generation. What happened to you, 80's generation?
Where is your wisdom and correctness? You justness with righteous reality?
Are you so socialized and drugged that you've forgotten the truth?
I think there's little point in addressing the Slashdot crowd with this question - they seem to be a better, more finely informed group than the greater populace.

Comment: Re:Let me know when you win that war on drugs? (Score 0) 319

by rea1l1 (#47057607) Attached to: FBI Need Potheads To Fight Cybercrime

The law is not == what is morally right. If you want a truly creative type working for you, find someone who does not consider boundaries so black and white. Test them with moral scenarios and see if you like their answers instead of asking them questions about your own life decisions and casting them aside when they've come to a different, more open minded conclusion.

Comment: Re:bleh. (Score 0) 350

by rea1l1 (#46990709) Attached to: Canadian Teen Arrested For Calling In 30+ Swattings, Bomb Threats

Actually, none of us are technically 'adults' until the age of 25. The brain has been proven to develop well past the age of our legal adulthood.

What parts of the brain are still "under development"?
"Their prefrontal cortex is not yet fully developed. That's the part of the brain that helps you to inhibit impulses and to plan and organize your behavior to reach a goal."

Here is the link to the talk that quote was taken from:
http://www.npr.org/templates/s...

I personally feel society should reflect the reality of our biological maturity set the legal age of adulthood to end no sooner than 25 and that public education should also extend to this age.

Comment: Re:Rights are not things that are given (Score 0) 132

by rea1l1 (#46837701) Attached to: Brazil Approves Internet Bill of Rights

We are approaching a point in history where "the establishment" is playing a serious, dishonest game of "king of the hill", using legal gymnastics and politics to create a social climate that favors maintaining their current power structure and removing anything that threatens them and their outdated technologies that they push like a drug.

Fact of the matter is communism and capitalism work hand in hand really, really well.

Communism is for the services to maintain humanity - medical, legal, housing, food, clothing, education. These things are all the same: staples of life. I for one feel that every man woman and child, that all of the people I encounter daily, should have these. They are the support beams of our society! I do not want me neighbor to have to choose between feeding himself, getting dental work, and wearing clothes without holes.

On the other hand, capitalism is perfect for adventuring into new fields, pushing boundaries. This is for supporting luxurious products. I don't care if my neighbor has a hot tub or not. If he wants that, he should purchase that for himself.

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