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Desdichado
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#496 | Posted: 10 Aug 2014 22:38 | Edited by: Desdichado
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wensam:
The trouble is that most people interested in a serious political career head off to westminster as the career prospects are better south of Watford.

Look at the tossers in government now, or in opposition for that matter. There was a time when Labour actually stood up for working people, but that was before the likes of Neil Kinnock and Tony Bliar hijacked the party. There was a chance for change when John Smith led the party but his convenient demise put paid to that. Can you tell the difference between today's opposition and the parties in power? I can't. It's all bloody soundbites with nobody able to articulate policy.

Right now, American hedge funds are buying up care homes around the UK. Once established, the plan is to cut wages by 25% across the board for workers. How do I know this? I have a friend who works in such a place. I spoke to her this afternoon. They have been warned. New labour laws are in the works that will curtail strike action in a way that Thatcher could only have dreamed of. She tells me that maybe this is the kick up the arse organised labour needs to begin a fightback but I think that's wishful thinking.

The next generation will be microchipped robots; zombies glued to smartphones, being killed by EMF pollution while they listen to "Dancing on Shite" as Richard calls it. Those that don't will be on psychotropic medications prescribed by some quack psychiatrist after some bullshit diagnosis. Look at the DSM-V. It's enough to scare you fartless.

I'm glad I won't be around to see those born today grow up because it's going to be one scary fucking world. If you think this is a dystopia,just wait: technology is going to make it 100 times worse. Welcome to the Matrix.
wensam
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#497 | Posted: 10 Aug 2014 23:25
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quote=Desdichado]Can you tell the difference between today's opposition and the parties in power? I can't. It's all bloody soundbites with nobody able to articulate policy.
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Good point. Whilst listening to the Scottish Independence debate I forgot that A lister Darling was a labour representative as he came across as a typical tory. It's a sign that they are reigning in power by constricting the choices good debate should provide.

Thatcher would love that one, no strike action puts out my idea of the vocational masses downing their tools, you have illustrated this well, as to how fuked we all are. I'm glad i only have one child to bring up.

Science and technology should be making more strides towards our freedom and improved health, so i agree with what you say, that they seem to be making things worse in terms of the tightening grip of state control; control of our mind, body and personal freedom. It's like a Sci Fi script and probably the reason they allowed us to read them.
Desdichado
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#498 | Posted: 11 Aug 2014 01:42
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wensam:
Science and technology should be making more strides towards our freedom and improved health, so i agree with what you say, that they seem to be making things worse in terms of the tightening grip of state control; control of our mind, body and personal freedom. It's like a Sci Fi script and probably the reason they allowed us to read them.

I used to read stuff by Philip K. Dick years ago and often used to daydream about the frightening world he conjured up in his books. And here we are in 2014 and we've left old Phil behind in our dust.

Darling is indeed a Tory. New Labour was simply Tory, Plan B. I love Scotland very much and hope the Scots can snap the chains, but I dunno about Salmond as the head honcho.

Spent many a happy day fishing on the River Lochy up by Fort William many years ago. The drive up there used to go by Crieff, Lochearnhead, and Glencoe. Always enjoyed the short trip on the Ballachulish ferry, arriving as the sun was going down in Fort William. Caught my second biggest salmon on the Lochy at a place called the tail race where the runoff from Ben Nevis enters the river. I loved going out to the islands too. Harris is my favourite. Maybe next year we'll come back for a holiday and go there and take a boat trip out to Fingal's Cave when the tide is running. There's something ancient and magical about that place.
wensam
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#499 | Posted: 11 Aug 2014 02:22
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I have never read Sci Fi, however I had to listen to my brother banging on about star trek and how the computer scientists were the ones best equipped to explore space! He became a comp scientist and now successfully explores and creates virtual reality scapes that might as well be from a later day star trek dialogue... I dunno, some of my real life experiences defy any Sci Fi monologue, for sure.

I love my land too, especially the mountains, it's all iv known and would love for it to be free from the current problems we experience politically, economically etc, but I don't have faith in the process, it hasn't imbued any in me. I vote that London gets independence and let's the rest of us do our own thing. However you always get the greedy, selfish ones rising to the top; their methods out do the well intended. I was hearing about a local councillor who got paid his 16 grand and was allowed to keep his other full time job which was in Dubai paying a 6 figure sum. He was never around for the people he pledged to stand up for and did little for them. There is a solution in there somewhere, one day we might figure it out.
skipman
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#500 | Posted: 24 Aug 2014 23:38
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Since when did the Welsh government think it was the NSA?

http://rinf.com/alt-news/editorials/secret-government-website-spy-nobody-told/
skipman
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#501 | Posted: 18 Sep 2014 23:23
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Want to know where you have been with your smartphone even if you have disabled the gps?

http://www.realfarmacy.com/google-maps-tracking-every-move-theres-website-prove-it/#i xzz3DPdezJ7C
skipman
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#502 | Posted: 25 Sep 2014 22:33
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The authorities say that collecting metadata is not snooping on your private life. Yeah right.

A volunteer allowed one week of his metadata to be used to see what they could work out about him. If they could discover this much after one week imagine what the IA's could do with the one years worth that Cameron wants kept,with the tools that they have for analysis.

http://whitehousewhispers.com/your-smartphone-broadcasts-your-entire-life-to-the-secr et-service/
skipman
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#503 | Posted: 18 Oct 2014 21:47
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People believe that the smart phone is a brilliant device ,that can show you where to go, what shops are near by. You can E-mail,connect to your computer and all those apps....

About those apps.

http://www.click2houston.com/news/consumer-alert-some-flashlight-apps-could-be-steali ng-your-data/29089646

This app guarantees anonymity,really?

http://rt.com/usa/196612-guardian-whisper-anonymous-tracking/

The smart phone give access to all areas of your life,financial,social,business and family.

We carry them around with us every where and the A.I.'s just press a button and they have access to all of it, thanks to peoples love of apps.

Still think they are brilliant?
skipman
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#504 | Posted: 20 Nov 2014 17:53
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I wonder if Richards uses anything like this?

https://resistsurveillance.org/
wensam
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#505 | Posted: 20 Nov 2014 19:29
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skipman:
I wonder if Richards uses anything like this?

https://resistsurveillance.org/

Dunno, but i think I got a discrete 404
Desdichado
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#506 | Posted: 21 Nov 2014 12:52
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skipman:
People believe that the smart phone is a brilliant device ,that can show you where to go, what shops are near by. You can E-mail,connect to your computer and all those apps....

Talk about paying for your own slavery. Who needs RFID chips when you can sell smartphones. You don't need to implant them as people carry them at all times. Want to send propaganda to the masses? Easy, use Twitter. Make it a little bit controversial and those that don't actually read the tweet will hear all about it in the controlled media. Case in point is Emily Thornberry, sacked by Miliband for sending an offensive tweet that consisted of a photo of a man's home in Rochester. The man hung up some flags, had a white van, and the implication was that he must be a UKIP voter (or something along those lines). Labour's masters of spin have managed to grab headlines in the face of adversity at the cost of one of their own. It's how politics works and illustrates just how useful all this technology is to them. 20 years ago, nobody would have given a toss about it.
Joe
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#507 | Posted: 21 Nov 2014 19:51 | Edited by: Joe
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Desdichado:
Talk about paying for your own slavery. Who needs RFID chips when you can sell smartphones.

I think government would like to have these chips implanted in people one day from birth, a form of ID so they say. However, I've heard these RFID chips will be used for a more sinister reason, not just to track our whereabouts and listen to what we are saying and to whom. If TPTB decide they want to switch an individual off like a machine (kill by massive heart attack etc), it would be far more convenient to do this with a microchip from inside the body than having to track and chase us around the world.
Desdichado
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#508 | Posted: 21 Nov 2014 21:19
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Joe:
I think government would like to have these chips implanted in people one day from birth, a form of ID so they say.

I guess the day is not too far away when this is what happens. Babies will be born then taken away and chipped before being handed back to mum. State intervention at the moment of birth. I got a new British passport a few years ago and it came with its own RFID chip embedded. I don't know if you've got one but when entering or leaving the UK, you walk through a Dr. Who inspired glass pod and a beam scans your eyes and, I suppose, other body parts. You don't even have to interact with a human immigration agent.
nordsee220
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#509 | Posted: 21 Nov 2014 22:18
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Desdichado:
I guess the day is not too far away when this is what happens. Babies will be born then taken away and chipped before being handed back to mum.

Am I mistaken or was there a high profile case (not as big as Maddie as it was solved) a few years back where a baby was taken from a hospital? A frantic search followed but the baby was recovered after what must have been an eternity for the parents. Assuming of course that the memory isn't playing tricks here.
What would it take to have virtually every parent banging on the door of their local health centre, wanting chips with no salt or vinegar? One high profile case or a spate of them?
skipman
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#510 | Posted: 21 Nov 2014 22:24
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A while back the American press made a big thing about a family that were all chipped.
The mother made a big thing that she felt her children would be safer.
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