[cryptography] Paris Attacks Blamed on Strong Cryptography and Edward Snowden
givonne at gmx.com
Thu Nov 19 08:05:18 EST 2015
u have nothing to fear, if u have nothing to hide. said, the Nazis and
Communists. so, if you need workers to build a remote railway. and, no
one wants to work there. instead of offering incentives, accuse them of
crimes never committed. from all those things they didn't have to hide.
or, just, to keep the rest in line, send a few off to some camps, to
never be heard from again. because of all that stuff that they didn't
have to hide.
anyone remember McCarthy? like the idea doesn't live on?
On 11/19/2015 7:04 AM, John Young wrote:
> At 01:21 AM 11/19/2015, you wrote:
>> how did hominids manage prior to crypto?
> Pretty much the way most hominids do today. And will continue
> to do the same way until crypto becomes normalized (if ever)
> and less esoteric, cultish, obnoxious, condescending, vain,
> whiney, excuse making. And above all these negative traits,
> eager to sell products to authoritarians, governments, cults,
> criminals, oligarchs, banks, gamblers, drug dealers, yadda.
> Plenty of ways to avoid crypto as it has existed for its
> very long history of serving the most evil, treacherous,
> manipulative, deceptive, cheating, lying hominids on
> earth and interstellar.
> Crypto has a wretched history of helping a few harm millions.
> Maybe it will change, but there has been a counter authority
> of violence effort for only a couple of decades, and during
> those decades the common practice of secretkeeping, lying
> and cheating for crypto money making has grown even among
> those loudly proclaiming the public benefits. PKC has indeed
> enriched some, and others striving to get on that evil-doing
> train of dual-hats and dual-use and dual-pontification.
> As the NY Times said of John Brennan, hard to believe anything
> crypto advocates have to say due to the far greater number of
> crypto sleazeball hominids reaping rewards of aiding governments
> than crypto hominid honorables aiding one another.
> Spies and cryptographers spread secrets pox. Stay far away for good
> health. Do not adopt that language everywhere.
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