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Putin Government Moves To Take Control of Russia's largest space company Energia

X.25 Got it (252 comments)

Russhia bad, Ameriika good.

Got it, thank you.

about three weeks ago

The High-Tech Warfare Behind the Israel - Hamas Conflict

X.25 Oh, it's Hamas they're killing... (402 comments)

Hamas seems to recruit children really early, these days.

about three weeks ago

"Magic Helmet" For F-35 Ready For Delivery

X.25 Re:Watch the F-35 get blown out of the skies (184 comments)

because the russian missiles worked so well in iraq in 1990 and 2003?

F-35 + electronic warfare will destroy the russian missile batteries

I certainly hope, for your sake, that your generals are smarter than you.

about a month ago

Why My LG Optimus Cellphone Is Worse Than It's Supposed To Be

X.25 Is samzenpus a troll? (291 comments)

Or is he just plain stupid?

about a month ago

Russia Prepares For Internet War Over Malaysian Jet

X.25 What is this? (503 comments)

What, exactly, is the point of this piece of shit? To stir more shit?

What in that ITAR-TASS article is "celebrating", exactly?

Whoever posted this "news" is a fucking idiot.

about a month ago

Maldives Denies Russian Claims That Secret Service Kidnapped a Politician's Son

X.25 Re:Consipricy nuts, go! (100 comments)

If you're going to throw around ad hominem attacks coupled with suppositions, you should attack the the Russian leader for hating the Ukraine for its perceived turn towards the power that has warrants out for his son.

Goebbels is proud.

about a month and a half ago

NSA Considers Linux Journal Readers, Tor (And Linux?) Users "Extremists"

X.25 Re:Actually they're saying they are going to watch (361 comments)

This is why a lot of political groups in the US are being labeled as extremists. Because there are some people in those groups that do crazy stuff like make bombs. Practically none of them do that but one out of a million does... and they need to watch for that.

There are some Americans that make bombs.

Better watch all of them. Just in case.

about a month and a half ago

NSA Considers Linux Journal Readers, Tor (And Linux?) Users "Extremists"

X.25 Re:Well, of course (361 comments)

Oh, irony.

See, a rational person would have looked at what's going and concluded that the NSA's position is "of course you're more likely to be an extremist" rather than "of course you must be an extremist". But self-styled "free-thinkers" such as yourself always seem to tend toward these extreme, paranoid views that barely resemble the actual situation. It's almost as if you tended towards extremism or something.

Kiddo, the "you're a conspiracy theorist" line doesn't work anymore.

You should really try something new.

about a month and a half ago

The Latest Wave of Cyberattacks On the West Is Coming From the Middle East

X.25 An ad for some crappy company called FireEye (56 comments)

Oh look, a completely retarded "article" on a vendor site which just happens to sell 'solutions' to fight these "Middle Eastern attacks".

Get fucked Slashdot "editors", how could you even allow a piece of shit like that gets posted?


about 3 months ago

Firefox OS Powered Flame Available For Pre-order; Ships Globally

X.25 Re:Expensive (109 comments)

I can get a moto g for 179 $ that has more software, a quad core processor and a better screen. This won't cut it.

Apples. Oranges. And all that.

Jesus, now I understand why your leaders call you 'consumers' and not 'citizens' these days...

about 3 months ago

WikiLeaks: NSA Recording All Telephone Calls In Afghanistan

X.25 Re:Surprised Assange has no idea what censorship i (241 comments)

When you listen to them planning to kill you, and you fire a rocket at their car, it is war.

And I guess they're planning to "kill you" (whoever it might be) because...

"they hate you for your freedoms"


about 2 months ago

Why Lavabit Shut Down

X.25 Re:USA, the land of freedom (304 comments)

Not really. The US is not particularly dependent on foreign trade. Sure there would be some dislocations but it would likely remain a superpower.

I don't think you understand where those 17 trillion are coming from and how that game works.

I am not sure if you are a product of wishful thinking or you people seriously believe in what you say.

about 3 months ago

Water Cannons Used Against Peaceful Anti-TTIP Protestors: the Next ACTA Revolt?

X.25 Re:Protests were Illegal. (142 comments)

The law in Belgium states that it is illegal to hold public protests without authorisation from the municipality.

I guess introducing a law that requires citizens to jump off the bridges would sort that all out.

After all, laws should not be questioned or disobeyed. Ever. Because they are there to protect you.

about 3 months ago

Russia Bans US Use of Its Rocket Engines For Military Launches

X.25 Re:& Weak-kneed leaders in the West will ... (522 comments)

I have no faith in our leaders here in the US or in the EU to stop Putin.

US finances a coup in Ukraine and stirs incredible shit, and you want someone to stop Putin?

I hope Vogon fleet comes soon, human race has really turned into complete retards.

about 3 months ago

New Zealand Spy Agency To Vet Network Builds, Provider Staff

X.25 Re:Majority Rules (92 comments)

As with the United States and Australia, the people of New Zealand (and other democracies and democratic republics) elect their government and thus have control over their politics.

One must assume that in all of these places, the majority agree with these policies.

Shocking? To me, but apparently, I'm not in the majority.

It is amazing how often idiots push this same line, without realizing a pretty major and catastrphic flaw.

But carry on, though.

about 3 months ago

Police Departments Using Car Tracking Database Sworn To Secrecy

X.25 Re:So (202 comments)

Some people really need to live in another country for a while to understand what REAL civil rights violations are like.

List of 'another countries' in which you have lived for a while is...

about 4 months ago

US Government To Study Bitcoin As Possible Terrorist Threat

X.25 Re:Your tax dollars hard at work (210 comments)

FYI, all other electronic money transfers in the US are required to go through money laundering and terrorist funding checks. By law the bank isn't even allowed to tell you why you can't get your money, if the scan hits a positive.

Obama administration offers $27 million in additional help for Syrian rebels

Wonder how they'll transfer it...

about 4 months ago

American Judge Claims Jurisdiction Over Data Stored In Other Countries

X.25 Re:Slightly misleading... (226 comments)

The judge said that the warrant served on Microsoft is valid, meaning that Microsoft, which has control of the servers in Dublin, can be required to use its access to its own servers to turn over information within its control. Nothing Earth-shattering here.

Unless servers actually belong to a business entity registered in Ireland (Microsoft office there or whatever), which is subject to EU laws and regulations, not to US judge opinions and wisehs.

If server belongs to company registered in Ireland (regardless of who is the 'parent' company), they would likely be breaking EU laws and regulations if they would follow orders from US judge.

Do you have objections to Chinese judge ordering Huawei to disclose personal data of their US customers?

If you don't, I guess there is nothing to debate then.

I have problems with both, though.

about 4 months ago

Russia Writes Off 90 Percent of North Korea Debt

X.25 Re:Poke in the eye (234 comments)

This is just Putin's latest dumb parlour trick to stir up trouble and poke the West in the eye. He's just acting out.

You are a textbook example of how propaganda works and affects people.

I really wish you would at least became aware of it, at some point.

about 4 months ago

Study Finds US Is an Oligarchy, Not a Democracy

X.25 Re:Terrible summary of an interesting paper (818 comments)

The original paper is an interesting approach to studying power balances.

The summary is puerile flamebait.

The actual conclusion of the paper is simply that the power in government is not concentrated in massive grassroots organizations or in direct electoral representation, but rather it is concentrated in the small-but-vocal interest groups and economically influential individuals. In other words, causes, no matter how big, don't really get power until they can pay enough to be taken seriously. That might mean lobbying, marketing, or awareness campaigns, but it still takes money to look like your cause has merit.

So, what you are saying is, summary is wrong because it calls shit a shit and not feces.

I get it.

about 4 months ago


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