ClockCuckoo

I’ve been listening to the radio these last couple of days. No, not the conventional radio, but this channel on youtube that I found while browsing for news about Iran and a potential World War. The channel is very interesting and easy to listen to in my opinion and the host is a cool and funny guy who may sometimes go overboard with his emotions, but I like a little bit of emotion here and there and it encourages me that there are other people out there like his listeners and his callers who are aware of the global corporate scheme. True, factbased news and discussion, nothing more to it. Enjoy.

NDAA is now in effect. Things are certainly ‘changing’… But not for the better.

NDAA is now in effect. Things are certainly ‘changing’… But not for the better.

dangermann:

lykuh:

>my face when Americans call chips “french fries”>my face when Americans call crisps “chips”>my face when Americans call lifts “elevators”>my face when Americans call chocolate globbernaughts “candy bars”>my face when Americans call merry fizzlebombs “fireworks”>my face when Americans call wunderbahboxes a “computer”>my face when Americans call meat water “gravy”>my face when Americans call electro-rope “power cables”>my face when Americans call beef wellington ensemble with lettuce a “burger”>my face when Americans call whimsy flimsy mark and scribblies “pens”>my face when Americans call twisting plankhandles “doorknobs”>my face when Americans call breaddystack a “sandwich”>my face when Americans call their hoghity toghity tippy typers “keyboards”>my face when Americans call nutty-gum and fruit spleggings “PB&J”>my face when Americans call an upsy stairsy an “escalator”>my face when Americans call a knittedy wittedy sheepity sleepity a “sweater”>my face when Americans call a rickity-pop a “gear shift”>my face when Americans call a choco chip bucky wicky a “cookie”>my face when Americans call peepee friction pleasure “sex”>my face when Americans call a pip pip gollywock a “screwdriver”>my face when Americans call a rooty tooty point-n-shooty a “gun” >my face when Americans call ceiling-bright a “lightbulb”>my face when Americans call blimpy bounce bounce a “ball”>my face when Americans call a slippery dippery long reppy a “snake”>my face when Americans call cobble-stone-clippity-clops “roads”

Pee Pee Friction Pleasure.

>mfw Americans call wobbly flip-shutters ‘doors’;
>mfw Americans call a small ben ‘a clock’;
>mfw Americans call a chimey pushknob ‘a doorbell’;
>mfw Americans call niffy loo pudding ‘faeces’;
>mfw Americans call a hooty tooty point and shooty a ‘gun’;
>mfw Americans call a beef wellington ensemble with lettuce a ‘hamburger’;
>mfw Americans call crockety snapwickets ‘markers’;
>mfw Americans call a cold on the cob a ‘popsicle’;
>mfw Americans call a loony chuckle fairy a ‘clown’;
>mfw Americans call a cuff-link time johnny a ‘watch’…
By courtesy of 4chan.

dangermann:

lykuh:

>my face when Americans call chips “french fries”
>my face when Americans call crisps “chips”
>my face when Americans call lifts “elevators”
>my face when Americans call chocolate globbernaughts “candy bars”
>my face when Americans call merry fizzlebombs “fireworks”
>my face when Americans call wunderbahboxes a “computer”
>my face when Americans call meat water “gravy”
>my face when Americans call electro-rope “power cables”
>my face when Americans call beef wellington ensemble with lettuce a “burger”
>my face when Americans call whimsy flimsy mark and scribblies “pens”
>my face when Americans call twisting plankhandles “doorknobs”
>my face when Americans call breaddystack a “sandwich”
>my face when Americans call their hoghity toghity tippy typers “keyboards”
>my face when Americans call nutty-gum and fruit spleggings “PB&J”
>my face when Americans call an upsy stairsy an “escalator”
>my face when Americans call a knittedy wittedy sheepity sleepity a “sweater”
>my face when Americans call a rickity-pop a “gear shift”
>my face when Americans call a choco chip bucky wicky a “cookie”
>my face when Americans call peepee friction pleasure “sex”
>my face when Americans call a pip pip gollywock a “screwdriver”
>my face when Americans call a rooty tooty point-n-shooty a “gun” 
>my face when Americans call ceiling-bright a “lightbulb”
>my face when Americans call blimpy bounce bounce a “ball”
>my face when Americans call a slippery dippery long reppy a “snake”
>my face when Americans call cobble-stone-clippity-clops “roads”

Pee Pee Friction Pleasure.

>mfw Americans call wobbly flip-shutters ‘doors’;

>mfw Americans call a small ben ‘a clock’;

>mfw Americans call a chimey pushknob ‘a doorbell’;

>mfw Americans call niffy loo pudding ‘faeces’;

>mfw Americans call a hooty tooty point and shooty a ‘gun’;

>mfw Americans call a beef wellington ensemble with lettuce a ‘hamburger’;

>mfw Americans call crockety snapwickets ‘markers’;

>mfw Americans call a cold on the cob a ‘popsicle’;

>mfw Americans call a loony chuckle fairy a ‘clown’;

>mfw Americans call a cuff-link time johnny a ‘watch’…

By courtesy of 4chan.

"They told me I could become anything, so I became angry". The internet still stands strong today. Let’s hope it’ll last.

"They told me I could become anything, so I became angry". The internet still stands strong today. Let’s hope it’ll last.

Teachers should deserve more respect. After all, what are we without education?

Teachers should deserve more respect. After all, what are we without education?

American propaganda becomes clearer and clearer everyday.

America is moving forward! Or is it? Time and time again I see American propaganda around the interwebz, although I have the feeling something’s changed. I cannot put my finger on it, but I’ve got a feeling the USA government is getting ready for two seemingly entirely different things. One is the war on Iran and one is the war on the internet.

Both wars are meant to make sure that America stays secure and doesn’t get hit by a bomb or an internethacker, resulting in thousands of dead, billions of losses and much more.

Surely, they don’t explain HOW Iran could attack them and why they would do it. The government is WARNING its people, doing nothing more than making them fearful for their precious things, their children, their own lives, their money, etc… In short, they want safety, because the government says that they need it. Their safety is the thing that the government is most concerned about.

How does one make sure that another is safe? Security. Security will be the answer. It will be the answer for Iran, with a preemptive strike that seems inevitable now, and it will be the answer for the growing and restless internet. In the name of security they will pass legislation like SOPA, as they did in the case of the PATRIOT act and the NDAA.

The US will demolish sites that may pose a threat, like they want to demolish Iran. It seems clear to most, though, that neither an Iran with a nuclear weapon or the internet with its ‘dangerous hacktivists’ actually pose a real threat to America and in particular the American citizens. They may, however, pose a threat to the American government and its agencies. WikiLeaks is proof of that. Like with Iraq’s ‘WEAPONS OF MASS DESTRUCTION’, the American government is seeking excuses to police the world and now also, the internet.

What does the American government want? Ideally, the internet becomes something that is controlled by corporations and by extension, the American government. The internet should become something like television, with as little user-generated content as possible. It should become just another way for America to control its people via propaganda, like the television or the newspapers. It should become something that is ‘too dangerous for your children’, because of all the pedophiles and rapers, all the hackers that only want bad things for you.

The American message to its people today is: “If its something that seems a little unsafe, we best bomb it, just to be safe. Afterwards we can control it ourselves to make sure that YOU are safe. We do it for YOU, the people, to help create a safe environment where you can live free.”

The internet is too dangerous for the American government, the people are learning too much, they are learning so much that more and more are realizing that America’s policies are wrong, in essence. The people are talking, exchanging ideas, explaining difficulties, solving each others errors, helping each other, laughing, having fun, doing secret things, going on illegal websites. It’s called living in a free environment. The people are at their full liberty, they are communicating in a way like never before, some like to call it a ‘hive mind’.

There are good things and bad things to the internet. The American government thinks so too, some ideas are good and some ideas are ‘bad’. Now they’re trying to make sure the people don’t get to the ‘bad’ ideas.

In Iran, there is too much oil flowing and on the internet, there is too much information flowing. Meanwhile, American propaganda is raging.

Here are two videos from RT that opened my eyes, you can compare them for yourself. Isn’t that wonderful?

copyright troll

Protect and preserve your culture; be kind to your fellow (fem)anon; take out the middle man; make those small bands famous; protect (y)our freedom of speech; preserve our common heritage and destroy those who oppose freedom. Do it all with just a single click. Download a torrent, upload something to a cyberlocker, make a youtube video, tweet a link to a song of your favorite artist, blog about the movie you just saw, provide links and above all: keep seeding.

Digital analysts predict this will be the first election cycle in which Facebook could become a dominant political force. The social media giant has grown exponentially since the last presidential election, rendering it for the first time a major campaigning tool that has the potential to transform friendship into a political weapon.

Facebook is also being seen as a source of invaluable data on voters. The re-election team, Obama for America, will be inviting its supporters to log on to the campaign website via Facebook, thus allowing the campaign to access their personal data and add it to the central data store – the largest, most detailed and potentially most powerful in the history of political campaigns. If 2008 was all about social media, 2012 is destined to become the “data election”.

“Facebook is now ubiquitous,” says Dan Siroker, a former Google digital analyst who joined Obama’s campaign in 2008 and now runs his own San Francisco-based analytics consultancy, Optimizely. “Whichever candidate uses Facebook the most effectively could win the war.”

Obama, Facebook and the power of friendship: the 2012 data election | World news | guardian.co.uk (via new-aesthetic)

For every Ron Paul voter/fan out there… You know what to do.

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think-progress:

Virginia is poised to pass legislation that would require women to endure this invasive ultrasound, for no medical reason, before receiving an abortion. 


Another step towards people becoming property of the government. I have no idea what this is for, but it can’t be a good thing for the people. So why is this now a law? Speak out against your government.

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think-progress:

Virginia is poised to pass legislation that would require women to endure this invasive ultrasound, for no medical reason, before receiving an abortion. 

Another step towards people becoming property of the government. I have no idea what this is for, but it can’t be a good thing for the people. So why is this now a law? Speak out against your government.

The very foundation of science is to keep the door open to doubt. Precisely because we keep questioning everything, especially our own premises, we are always ready to improve our knowledge. Therefore a good scientist is never ‘certain’. Lack of certainty is precisely what makes conclusions more reliable than the conclusions of those who are certain: because the good scientist will be ready to shift to a different point of view if better elements of evidence, or novel arguments emerge. Therefore certainty is not only something of no use, but is in fact damaging, if we value reliability.