Friday, 27 August 2004

'Free speech' and the P.A.T.R.I.O.T act

I was listening to Bin Rev Radio and they brought up this article, related to the P.A.T.R.I.O.T. act:

NY Times: Computer Student on Trial for Aid to Muslim Web Sites

They're actually trying to take this guy to court because he provided a server for discussion? Is this for real? Aparantly this was in the NY Times. If anyone knows how this turned out or has any more info, please let me know. I meen if the FBI have some sort of secret file on this guy proving he's done something really wrong, then they should tell us, but last time I checked, free speech wasn't a crime in the USA.

I find this ironic considering the America's track record for supporting dictators and terrorists, like the IRA, for instance. The government didn't do anything about that for ages, and that was people collecting cold hard cash! Not providing a web server.

Can't find any real terrorists eh? No problem, just pick on the little guy.

Don't they realise that by acting like this and turning the country into a panic-ridden police state, the terrorists get what they want (i.e. terror)?

Wednesday, 25 August 2004

The village idiot

MilkandCookies - Bush on Sovereignty

Good enough for government work

Looking for work?

Can't speak a word of English?

Don't have any qualifications?

Maybe YOU should consider a carear as a SOFTWARE CONTRACTOR!

TTTTttt--ching!

(Monkey walks away muttering under his breath after a bad day at work)

Friday, 20 August 2004

In case of Armageddon, stop drop and roll

I got this junk mail from the government. At first I was kind of worried seeing something was being sent from the government to me, because I thought 'oh hell, this is it, self-assessment', but it was actually a glossey 20 page government information leaflet about 'what to do in the event of a terrorist attack'. What the hell kind of world are we living in today?

It could be YOU! Muhhhhhaahahaha....

Yeah, thanks for that a**holes, way to chear up my day.

So I flipped through this thing and basically it said if you're lucky enough to survive a terrorist attack, stay home and listen to the tv and radio for anouncements, oh, and its always handy to have bottled evian stored away, just in case you can't rely on the water supply any more.

Talk about signs of the Apocalipse. Stop the world, I want to get off.

Thursday, 19 August 2004

South Park

This site is hella cool.


Bush lovers

I was browsing through the blogs by clicking on the 'next blog' button and I found one of these extreem right wing blogs by someone who thinks the sun shines out of Bush's behind and that everyone who votes for anyone other than Bush is a terroist sympathiser.... seriously, thats what he implied. Its depressing how dumb people can be. It scares me how much people believe the news and what politicians say.

Made me think about how people stick to their parties in the US like glue and all I want to say is this: whatever your political inclination, allways judge someone by what they do, not what they say. I meen, if they say they support your views, but then go ahead and screw you, your country and every other country they have dealings with, do you really want to vote them back into power, just because they're 'fighting the war against terror' (tm)?




First post

Interesting link I found recently about hacking:

www.binrev.com

Good links section to other sites, security bulletins, etc.