Linked by Thom Holwerda on Mon 20th Feb 2012 11:22 UTC
Hardware, Embedded Systems No matter where you look these days, there's a profound sense here in the west that the people no longer having any tangible control over what our governments do. Sure, we are allowed to vote every once in a while, but effectively, most of our countries are governed by backroom deals and corporate interests. If matters really do get out of hand, how do we fight this? Well, with technology of course!
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by hackus on Tue 21st Feb 2012 02:18 UTC in reply to "RE: Review history"
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Non violent change.

I totally agree.

I am sure that the people that run everything, and pick the people who you vote for, who by the way will be meeting at the G8 in Chicago this year, will just hear your plea:

"We need change. This isn't working for us. Could you pretty please dismantle the power control structure that allows you to pick our candidates we vote for and just step aside? Pretty please? We can't afford all your ill gotten wealth and power so please just give it up."

Yeah. Non violent change. Given what human nature is, these people are going to beat the crap out everyone in Chicago when they arrive this May if you think like that.

They will beat you to death, they will KILL YOU.

Make sure you all put bullseyes on your signs so that they can get a good shot at you so they don't hit any of the buildings they own or damage the property they have down town Chicago.

Just stand there with the sign, and die peacefully please.

Please don't dodge the rubber bullets either. And please insure the private army they use as security forces have a good clean swing to crack your skull open....

all nice and peaceful like.


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