The hidden G7 picture ;)


What was Trump thinking? Probably: Continue reading The hidden G7 picture đŸ˜‰


UK: The first european shithole country

Currently I’m still too angry to make a coherent comment. The Nazi-style judge of the case imposed a gag order, preventing everyone who knows the details to talk about it. The only thing that comes to mind is, if the British people don’t get up and send an unmistakeable message to their government now, urgently, you’re done. That’s how you become an enslaved nation. Continue reading UK: The first european shithole country

Where Jordan Peterson is wrong

He is so utterly wrong, it is self destroying to any western civilization. The point he is so wrong about is tribalism. He hates and condemns it. He only mentions the worst aspects of tribalism, thus showing his personal bias. His starting point was, as he himself explained several times, the study of totalitarian systems and how they got murderous to the point of self destruction or mutually assured destruction. I understand where he’s coming from and in no way do I want to minimize or excuse the worst effects of an extreme tribalist world view. Peterson says, that what the West got right is individualism. It’s a bit like saying, in order to not ‘brown’ your underwear, you must never take a shit and pee it all out. The problem, as always with ideologies, is biology, evolution ‘and stuff’. Continue reading Where Jordan Peterson is wrong

Fuck Robin Hood

I mean, seriously, fuck him. Fuck everyone who made him a legend, who made him a hero and not the villain he was. And also fuck everyone, who, since this English folklore legend was written up, wanted to be some kind of Robin Hood. The most likely reason this asshole was excluded from polite medieval society was, that he was a thief in the first place, not that he was a supporter of one king or another. If the law of the land is the 8th commandment “You shall not steal”, then you’re an outlaw if you do. The early folk tales/ballads don’t indicate that he only stole from the rich and don’t indicate at all that he gave to the poor. It looks to me that the “legend” had it’s origins in a scare story about a highwayman and evolved into a hero story, made up by people who made money by telling/singing stories. Continue reading Fuck Robin Hood

Who’s scared?

The power of the state, with its police, with its prosecutors and courts and, in the worst case, with its military, is so great that it cannot be broken by individuals or even small groups. If the state does not use its power, as is the case with many crimes committed by pretend-refugees and so-called “Arab clans” these days, this is done with the blessing of those responsible and elected politicians. The failure of the state is intended, not because – as is often claimed – the police or the courts are overburdened. And even if there is an overload in individual cases, it is politically manufactured and deliberate. Continue reading Who’s scared?

Do not compete

Political parties compete, managers compete, companies compete, most people say capitalism is competition, free markets are competition. What’s wrong with competition? Simple. One wins, all the others loose, after that it’s a race to the bottom. What you want to do is to create a monopoly. That’s when you win without competing (much). Continue reading Do not compete

AI is always going to be abused

AI = artificial intelligence

So far, I have never dealt with my former profession or the topics of my education in this blog. As an electrical engineer, you learn how to develop digital and analog systems. In the case of digital systems, it is inevitably necessary to deal with programming, because a microprocessor without firmware/software does nothing at all except consume electricity. In this profession one is very attached to the factual and practical and does not necessarily feel called to influence politics or society. In the meantime, however, there are a number of topics where the fundamentals of electrical engineering would be very helpful for the discussion of socio-political issues. Danisch (a German blogger) does this every now and then when he looks at current topics from the point of view of the computer scientist, which I appreciate very much. Continue reading AI is always going to be abused

The inquisition gets reinstated in Canada

If anyone listened to the debates about Bill C16 and heard what Jordan Peterson and Gad Saad had to say about the tyrannical nature of such a law as well as the many unintended side effects, you now have proof that what these two super smart guys said is currently playing out in real life. A teaching assistant named Lindsay Shepherd played an internet-TV clip of Jordan Peterson debating the gender pronoun issues with two other people and a moderator. You know, little Lindsay is only 22 and still believes in the free marketplace of ideas. She seems to have no idea what kind of country she’s living in these days. Continue reading The inquisition gets reinstated in Canada