Raxalor

Raxalor wrote

No.

I'm not the best at articulating my thoughts right after waking up, so feel free to ask questions and for clarification. Can't guarantee that I'll get to them right away, though, as I've got a busy day ahead of me.

Communists, by and large, do not understand anarchy or its implications. It's more than being anti-state and anti-class: it's anti-hierarchy and anti-power.

Anarchy can not be an end goal, because humans are not static creatures (i have to write a paper or something about this, because I can never boil it down to a few sentences the way ideas and social relations change throughout lifetimes and between generations)

Anarchy is an ever-present movement and struggle against hierarchy and power, in all of it's forms.

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Raxalor wrote

Might not be a particularly popular opinion, but I'm so sick of the fetishization of guillotines in leftist spaces.

It's reminds me of the way bootlickers fetishize military equipment, which is fucking cringeworthy at best.

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Raxalor wrote

"I ANNOUNCE TO THE EMPTY HOUSE THAT MY HOUSE IS BETTER, BECAUSE IT IS NOT EMPTY. I'M NOT DOING THIS FOR ATTENTION, BECAUSE CLEARLY NO ONE IS HERE. AS I SAID, THIS HOUSE IS EMPTY. DWELLERS OF THIS EMPTY HOUSE, I DECLARE TO YOU THAT YOU ARE NOT HERE, BECAUSE THIS HOUSE IS EMPTY. I'M DEFINITELY NOT HERE FOR THE ATTENTION OF THE EMPTY HOUSE."

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Raxalor wrote

I recommend adding Unbound DNS to any pihole installation.

From the Unbound About page

Unbound is a validating, recursive, caching DNS resolver. It is designed to be fast and lean and incorporates modern features based on open standards. Late 2019, Unbound has been rigorously audited, which means that the code base is more resilient than ever.

To help increase online privacy, Unbound supports DNS-over-TLS which allows clients to encrypt their communication. In addition, it supports various modern standards that limit the amount of data exchanged with authoritative servers. These standards do not only improve privacy but also help making the DNS more robust. The most important are Query Name Minimisation, the Aggressive Use of DNSSEC-Validated Cache and support for authority zones, which can be used to load a copy of the root zone.

Unbound runs on FreeBSD, OpenBSD, NetBSD, MacOS, Linux and Microsoft Windows, with packages available for most platforms. It is included in the base-system of FreeBSD and OpenBSD and in the standard repositories of most Linux distributions. Installation and configuration is designed to be easy. Setting up a resolver for your machine or network can be done with only a few lines of configuration.

It is free, open source software under the BSD license. The guiding principles for our product development roadmap are first and foremost the security and privacy of the user. In addition, all functionality must be backed by well established open standards. We continually improve the functionality of Unbound for all of our users. This means we do not make custom builds or provide specific features to paying customers only. Our priorities are guided by the feedback of our user base, in particular those users with a support contract, as well as the wider Internet community. Sponsored functionality will be given a higher priority where possible and is evaluated on a case-by-case basis.

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