Monday, January 18, 2010

Some more, these ones got away

Just like the other day some youngster went into a small store with a knife and robbed it. The difference was that this store owner wasn’t armed so the robbery was a success.

So instead of a dead criminal we have a robbed store with a shocked clerk, and we have a happy robber that can do the same many times more and if he’s not highly stupid he can keep doing it for a long time. The story don’t tell us whether the store owner had gotten rid of any protection because of the unjust pro-criminal laws Sweden has, but in either case he should have been armed.

Another robbery happened at a person’s home, more than likely another unarmed citizen helplessly facing a bunch of burglars. So instead of a couple of bleeding intruders, we have the home owner at the hospital and many happy robbers.

There are also some others, the news are filled with defenseless people getting robbed, stabbed, raped, attacked, and hardly anyone can do anything about it because government has outlawed self-defense.

Say, you all didn't happen to do a bunch of drugs, did ya?

Islam is a dim-witted religion, slightly more stupid then Christianity, but less so then the Hindu faith and far, far behind the complete lunacy of Scientology which in turn can hardly be beaten by anything except maybe for manmade global warming.

Well, anyway ‘The Islamic Solidarity Games’, due to be held in Iran in April, have been called off because of a dispute with Arab countries over what to call the Gulf.
The games federation in Saudi Arabia said the Iranian organisers had failed to address its concerns, particularly about the planned logo and medals.

These bear the words "Persian Gulf", but Arab countries, who call it the Arabian Gulf, reject the term.




Apparently the Swedish people have so far collected SEK 50 million (£4,5 million) in support of looters and criminal politicians. The money is supposed to be sent to Haiti, and some of it will, but as any amoeba would know most of it will be stolen, squandered and perhaps, in best case scenario, used to rebuild some official buildings so the elitists have somewhere to be.

Haitians don’t need charity and lots of aid-packages sent without thought, what they need right now is capitalism and individual freedom. Otherwise they, a couple of years down, will yet again need our money and help.

If you feel the need to help; send instruction manuals on how to build stuff, send them a collection of Ayn Rand books and maybe a fishing boat, some nets and seeds they can grow. The hundreds of millions poured in so far is more than enough, they don’t need more. If they cannot feed, clothe and help the needy for a couple of months with the help they’ve gotten already, well then these people deserve to die.

What they need now is to learn about construction and production. Maybe we should also throw in lots of guns and hand it out to all people in that country, right now only the criminal gangs have firearms. And besides, the populace could use some leverage against their current and future governments.

McDonald’s and other funnies about the blogosphere

An employee at McDonald’s in Sweden wrote some degrading comments on his blog about his employer and got fired. The local manager later wrote on his Facebook page that he was now the one that was laughing.

All is well so far.

You cannot really complain over getting fired if you’re writing lots of bad stuff about the company you work for. I don’t think I’ve ever done so myself, and if I have or will I would never use the company name, with the exception for the publicly owned ones of course. The manager in question probably is bad at his job, no real leader would write something like that on Facebook, and so maybe he should get fired as well, I know I would look over his record. But you see, this story isn’t about this, oh no, it is about blogging.

What kind of ethical guidelines should we really have? None? A few? Should blogs be regulated by government and should all writers be handed a diploma authorizing the usage of internet and blogs? Well, we all know most government would like the later; journalists would love that too, it would make it harder for people complaining about and thrashing media.

I write for fun, well to have fun on others expense. I'm paid nothing to do it, it costs me nothing to do it and I don't have any ads here and no oil-company is paying me to expose the Global warming hoax.

With the exception for my personal time, the total turnover for the blog is zero. Sometimes I’m spot on and write brilliant stuff, sometimes I’m only being obnoxious and misspell so it’s hardly worth the read. But whatever I do, it is my writings, my thoughts, my ideas. Although I sometimes steal sentences, facts or topics, almost everything here is my own creation. That’s the point you know, not for me, but for the righteous, that I use my brain, I work and do stuff for free. No committee has urged me to write, no government curriculum has taught me, no mainstream journalists check my writings. This will not do. How can we have free thinking individuals making claims and writing down their own thoughts without some control? People may start to question authority, maybe get ideas, and see things from a different angle.

This will not do.

And so, it’s only a matter of time before regulations and direct legislation aimed at bloggers comes into effect. I say ‘direct’ because as most of you already know, there are already laws that can be used to stop certain opinions and whenever Google or other search engine feels like it, they can block the content.

We can be absolutely sure about this. EU bureaucrats and some odd character in local municipals have already claimed this would be a good idea and who knows what things like ACTA will contain. And when politicians get revealed and forced to leave office because of the Blogosphere, their hatred increase.

There are already collage and universities that have ‘blog-writing’ as part of their course selection. Ten years down the line you’d probably need a degree as well as that diploma and heed any legislation that is meant to control your thoughts. This will of course put a hamper on the fun of writing, which is the eventual righteous point.

If lefties grab this development we who write blogs will be a part of ‘the social network of the people’ and we will be ‘writing things for the social good'. Oh, how fun that will be.

And have you noticed how they are already confining us to certain groupings? We have the 'right wing blogosphere' which contains gun-toting maniacs, racists, fascist and neo-liberals that all should ignore. Then we have the 'left wing blogosphere' filled with communists, rebellious bad writers and people who hates everyone. We have ‘expert bloggers' that get paid, have impact on society and are sometimes accepted by the mainstream media. We have the ‘political blogosphere' filled with elected officials that everyone should read, but hardly anyone does. And so on.

This grouping is also a part of the agenda. Just as in politics the righteous need the right-left paradigm to work its indoctrinating magic. The labels are also very important; a blog without a label needs one.

So in addition to the need of a degree as well as that diploma and heed any legislation that is meant to control your thoughts, you’ll be labeled and thrown into a certain group of people that is supposed to think, write and do whatever you do.

The thought police will drag us in this direction, mark my words.

More ClimateScam Funnies

Hardly a day passes anymore without another fraud from the so called ‘greens’ have been debunked.

It now emerges that the ‘fact’ that the Himalayan glaciers are going to be completely melted away by 2035 has now been totally debunked. The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) had, in 2007, issued a benchmark report with a central theme that these glaciers would be gone by 2035. But this whole claim was based on a short ‘phone interview with an Indian scientist, Syed Hasnain of Delhi’s Jawaharlal Nehru University as well as a 1999 magazine article. Syed Hasnain is now saying that this claim was purely speculation.

Well I can still not let go of the Ozone layer that was supposed to kill us all - by now everyone would be dead if you listen to the debate in the late 80’s. But the tree YADO61 maybe overshadows all other within this hoax. Read more about in this article from the Telegraph.

How long are we going to let these people lie to us? You should be out stringing up politicians that increases taxes because of these lies; instead you sit at home because you cannot afford to re-fuel your car.

South America Funnies

Venezuelan dictator Hugo Chavez has decided to ‘nationalize’ joint French and Colombian-owned Company Exito. The fatty despot decided to do so after accusing said firm of hiking its prices, something Chavez have decided is illegal.

The reports don’t really say whether or not the accusation is correct and since all Venezuelan press is controlled by the dictator it’s hard to confirm. What is funny however is that tension between Colombia and Venezuela is bordering on outright hostilities already, although the French will wave white flags as always, I’m not so sure Colombia will.

On related news Chile's presidential election was won by Sebastian Pinera, hence bringing forth another thorn in Dictator Chavez rear-end. Mr Pinera, not really a friend of either to the dictatorship on Cuba or the one in Venezuela cannot be a good present to the Venezuelan blob set out to control the continent. With Honduras already proven its loyalty to democracy it seems that Chavez is stacking up losses at the moment as well as facing a crippling economy.

Can this end well? Probably not. The only question in my mind is whether Venezuela will first impose death-camps or start a war, maybe at the same time? I wonder if there are Vegas odds to play…