asg101

asg101 wrote

I try to be the sand in their gears as often as possible, acts of daily personal resistance, the slowest possible pace while working, etc, etc. . I try to be the garbage in their datastream,with faked forms and surveys, bogus "searches". Draft registration cards for Donald Duck (or Trump)

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Reply to by librehash

asg101 wrote

Retired QA engineer here, let me know when/if I can help. Fuck Fascists and their surveillance states, I will tell it to their traitorous faces.

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asg101 wrote

Hilarious! First any criticism of Israel's terrorism against the Palastininans is declared antisemitic, now just using the term "globalism" is antisemitic? Give me a break. The constant attempts at limiting what criticism is "acceptable" is going to cause huge blowback. I can't wait.

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asg101 wrote

People are FINALLY beginning to realize that it really is them or us at this point. The elite won't stop their greed and planetary destruction willingly, power never accedes voluntarily.
As Utah Phillips put it so wonderfully decades ago: "The planet isn't dying, it is being killed. And those killing it have names and addresses" (Yeah, I know the PLANET will still be here after greed makes it unlivable. but he made his point.)

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asg101 wrote

The American Revolution was just a war to transfer power from the British Aristocracy to the American Plutocracy. But they sure did con a lot of people into thinking it was about "freedom" and "liberty".

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asg101 wrote

talking about how we need to change things, but not actually providing people with ways to change things.

The snipers were there to deal with anyone who would dare to talk about ways to effectively change things. The elite have to give us the illusion of being able to dissent, without allowing any of that dissent to actually interfere with their profiteering.

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Reply to by !deleted12105

asg101 wrote

Why are the perpetrators of this kind of judicial, police, and prosecutorial misconduct NEVER held accountable? The whole system is corrupt.

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asg101 wrote

I asked a Scripps Institute lecturer on climate change computer models around 25 years ago why they did not have the Methane/Permafrost feedback loop factored in to their current models. He said "We chose to focus on other things". He/they were certainly downplaying it then, and they still are, industry or not. Now, they are losing equipment when they should know better than to place it in unstable areas, so the denial of the severity continues in graphic and expensive ways.

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asg101 wrote

Oryx and Crake by Margaret Atwood, and the rest of the trilogy, along with Handmaids Tale. Atwood doesn't like having it called "science fiction" though.

I liked The Dispossessed also by Ursula Le Guin

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asg101 wrote

/r/anarchism has 800000 subs and /f/anarchism has 1200.

I have a feeling most people by now know the problems at /r, but are willing to sift through the corporate crap for gems that might never show up on /f. Until the participating numbers reach more parity, there is going to be more content and a bigger community at /r. It is the old "chicken and the egg" conundrum. I will keep visiting both for the foreseeable future, there is no reason that I can see to be exclusive either way.

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asg101 wrote

This article seems to deliberately ignore the methane hydrates being released as the permafrost retreats, and the clathrate deposits on the continental shelves, which add up to several times the amount of carbon released by human activity.

We can look at the end of the Permian era to see what the REAL consequences are from runaway global warming feedback loops.

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asg101 wrote

Excellent post, and that is my favorite quote for these times.

The Nazis brought millions to the ovens, and they have been regarded as monsters for generations. The companies and individuals that are bringing the ovens to billions should be regarded as infinitely worse.

Thank you for posting the information on who these monsters are.

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