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throwaway wrote

Hackware is for hardware, you're in the wrong place bud.

Try taking a look around deepweb, most zero days are being sold there. Powerful zero days for popular mobile platforms are insanely pricy though.

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throwaway wrote

Thanks for your effort T_W, I think you're on point.

I'm definitely building towards a less enraging world as you put it. I'm very active, and it gives me a lot of satisfaction, but I don't have anyone close to me who feel the same way as I do about these things that I want to work for (or at least not as strongly as I do), which makes it a lonely war.

Perhaps this is just something that'll work itself out over time. Thanks again for your words, they gave me some hope that I definitely needed.

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throwaway wrote

Democracy is a category, with multiple branches. You can't denounce democracy as a whole, it's the very basis if comming to agreements in common. Direct consensus democracy is the basis of anarchism, and it's a branch of democracy.

Sure, representative democracy is bullshit, but democracy as a whole should not be shunned.

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throwaway wrote

What i mean by that isn't a "peoples party" or some similar iron fist in a velvet glove. Anarchism is supposed to allow people, workplaces, unions and so on to take decisions together, with every born person on this earth having as much weight as the next.

Sorry if it came off as something else.

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throwaway wrote

Hijacking top comment to do away with the absolute hatred towards the word 'democracy':

Representative democracy is bullshit. Majory voting is bullshit. But there are democratic solutions that are fucking optimal; direct consensus democracy in combination with anarchist syndicalism is beautiful, in my humble opinion.

You can't have a people's rule without democracy.

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throwaway wrote

That's true, but voting still has an effect on the subconscious, even if you're actively trying to ignore it. Most people go into a thread with upvotes expecting to see something they'll agree with on a forum such as Raddle, and will be more likely to react positively to the post. At least that's my theory, but then again, this is coming mostly from my ass.