takeheart

takeheart said ()

I guess it's the end, it was fun couple of months, but when admin doesn't care and invites police for takeover, I ain't gonna stay to see the same shit unfolding again. Naturally, I'm not blaming you, your own life should always take priority. Take care.

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takeheart said () (edited )

All those moments will be lost in time, like tears in rain.

Also here is my autist of the day https://sftn.github.io/ Reading stuff like this touches my soul almost as deep as Baudrillard or Crowley does, and those are supposed to be in every library. So it's not like stuff disappears, more like it becomes so strange that no one can read it and comprehend, the reader itself disappears. One should take care to preserve their sanity, no amount of terabytes of storage will help with that.

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takeheart said ()

Scientific establishment had wasted their credibility, just like the boy who cried wolf. And now their puppeteers have to waste money on these nicely animated glittering videos full of shit and spread them through disinformation network that bans opposition. Talk about unrelated non-issues and introduce as the matter of course climate hoax and covaids, factless conclusions that require your trust but afraid to stand in the light of open discussion and investigation.

In the middle the shill was talking about 'established' facts of science that no one should touch exactly because they're established and parrots example with g, so here is another inconvenient video for you https://worldtruthvideos.org/watch/banned-ted-talk-the-science-delusion-rupert-sheldrake_M8cdRnJkMgm2VNB.html apparently scientific establishment was very unhappy with it.

Also it's not about money, it's about power and control. TL;DW agenda 21.

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takeheart said ()

I'm not against scientific method, I'm against scientific establishment. The cocksuckers who promote agendas for money and power, who suppress genuine research. Those will come up with whatever consensus necessary to saw off all the forests on earth or whatever else satan demands of them.

https://web.archive.org/web/20191115154603/https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_scientists_who_disagree_with_the_scientific_consensus_on_global_warming

/watch?v=lvpwAwvDxUU

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takeheart said ()

I know it's hard to accept, for myself as well, but it seems that the following logic applies everywhere, and most apparent at high tech: If you can't make it yourself then you don't deserve to use it. How many of them individuals or small groups have the means to make their own hardware? But everyone seems to have the needs to use it, and the needs grow up with bloatware, as they always do under consumerism.

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takeheart said ()

On what? I see capitalism, monopoly of violence, copyright, technocracy, jewish banking cabal, scientific establishment.

But all of those require cat on top to actively harm bottom cat for just being there, until the second platform is destroyed and bottom cat falls to the ground.

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takeheart said ()

Yes, that one. Here is less argument more lament wall of text that I liked.

Beginning, automatic computing was created to save human labour and to provide correct answers; this axiom has been forgotten, and people no longer truly understand for what reasons computers exist. A computer is not a series of digital levers, sparing users from flipping them by hand, but ability to have one lever flip activate all or none, or any other pattern the machine can be taught; following, the machine could be taught the meta-patterns of stimuli relating to these patterns, and to activate them automatically, soon running autonomously, until encountering situations so new a human operator must tell it how to proceed. The goal isn't to flip levers, but to be able to entirely forget them. Thus, when a man spends hours flipping digital levers, it's such an obscene act, against the spirit.

My chosen forgotten realms pursued this spirit of decreasing human labour. The fiefdoms, liars, and cults act against it. It would be inappropriate to express this disgust with computing history, and not mention UNIX, brimming with all three groups. It's responsible for teaching countless people to bend themselves to the machine, never daring to customize it in certain trivial ways, and then pride themselves on this obscenity; the liars claim it was the first operating system written in a higher-level language, they claim it had the first hierarchical file system, they claim an operating system panicking is perfectly reasonable behaviour, they claim doing something once in the operating system is worse than doing it in every program that uses it, they claim things must be this way or similar, and they claim yet other vicious lies; and those fiefdoms are built on these foundations, justifying complicated languages by making comparisons to the natural sciences despite there needing be no such complications in a human construct, taking joy in writing incomprehensible programs, and mocking the people with the good sense to look upon them with disgust, amongst other ways these fiefdoms attempt to maintain their social control in spite of evidence. Those who could stop them don't know better.

I'm forced to wonder if all wondrous technology goes through a phase such as computing currently is, in which humans create it, and idiots build a community around needlessly abusing it. Did operators of early printing presses forget what that tool was for, or find it fine to print illegibly given it was good enough; I know none of these incompetent programmers would enjoy it were operators of their water infrastructure behaving so carelessly, retorting that an advanced user always boils his water.

http://verisimilitudes.net/2020-09-24

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takeheart said ()

An open-source project is effectively a private venue, capable of banning people and enacting arbitrary rules within the limits of local anti-discrimination statutes.

Nobody has a right to have their patches be considered, just like no magazine or newspaper has an obligation to consider your submission. Your right is to make a fork or patchset if you don't like how the project is being managed.

The Linux kernel is the "Benevolent dictatorship"

The cult shows it's ugly face. jewkipedia also tried "benevolent dictatorship" card, and how did that worked out?

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takeheart said ()

As such, the US Postal Inspection Service has federal law enforcement officers, Postal Inspectors, who enforce approximately 200 federal laws to achieve the agency’s mission:

To make more criminals and fill federal concentration camps. Each new federal law to protect will only produce more criminals to lock in federal concentration camps. Why the fuck would postal service do that with that disgusting glorified pose? It's not controversial, it's evil.

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