amanfromMars 1 Sat 23 May 06:17  ….. just saying on https://forums.theregister.co.uk/forum/1/2020/05/23/bojo_buckles_huawei_out/
What a plonker. Couldn’t organise a piss up in a brewery springs immediately to mind.
Nice one, BoJo. Admiral Charles Fitzgerald, founder of the Order of the White Feather, will see you now.
It does have one wondering about the mountainous piles of dirt with evidence of injudicious feather nesting which an Uncle Sam and an Almighty Blighty Secret Intelligence Service have/might have amassed on all Parliamentarians and the Conservative Cabinet Party over the years. Or is one to be led to believe that they are exempt from such necessary oversight, which very clearly would not be an intelligent thing to be doing whenever expected to be supplying secure protection against hostile state and non state actor vectors. Such would easily provide all manner of moles quite treasonous cover.
That was a nice capture of Boris by Jennifer Arcuri though. Keeping things simple always works best for there be always less complications then in matters which can be extremely complex and potentially catastrophically damaging.
amanfromMars 1 Sat 23 May 07:07  …… adding more to https://forums.theregister.co.uk/forum/1/2020/05/23/bojo_buckles_huawei_out/
Re: What a plonker. Couldn’t organise a piss up in a brewery springs immediately to mind.
Of course, any of that only matters if it matters … rather than it being generally accepted as quite normal and fully to be expected and just par for a right dodgy sub-prime course of classic oxymoronic actions/planned future events failures.
Which imperious clowns/puppets/muppets do you like to continue to support with your vote and obsequious quiescence in the Great Hugely Big Soap Opera?
amanfromMars 1 Sat 23 May 12:37  …… being brutally honest on https://forums.theregister.co.uk/forum/1/2020/05/23/bojo_buckles_huawei_out/
A Custer’s Last Stand-like Bluster.
and America was threatening to cut off intelligence to the British and pull out military assets if Huawei wasn’t given the boot.
Only one of those is in any way practically possible and immediately obvious to anyone threatened and who has more than just a modicum of intelligence although both are counter-productive and extremely damaging to that simple kind of Uncle Sam Bully, methinks.
amanfromMars 1 Sat 23 May 14:31  …. saying more than a little about a whole lot of other strange things on https://forums.theregister.co.uk/forum/1/2020/05/23/bojo_buckles_huawei_out/
Re: Is it wrong to be in favour of this?
If we were part of some larger economic alliance we might have a bit more clout but trying to practise market defence on our own is going to be quite tricky. …. Warm Braw
Ah, but you are not on your own and alone, Warm Braw. All here hear the pain and many would believe the future able to be fundamentally and radically enabled for Future Virtualised Realisations ……. with Novel Surroundings. Ideally Heavenly Spaces but Oft Hellish Places to Quench too.
All one only really needs is an extremely engaging and almighty addictive tale to trail with each instalment for injection and onward infection of information, designed overwhelmingly for mutually beneficial positive effect offering and delivering an Advantage Leading AI.
amanfromMars 1 Sat 23 May 08:41  …… clearing the air on https://forums.theregister.co.uk/forum/1/2020/05/22/byovm_ransomware_in_virtualbox/
Re: Turning the tables
What! A post from amanfrommars1 that’s actually understandable? Anyone would think the world has gone mad! Oh wait… …… DJV
They’re all understandable, DJV, although not necessarily to everybody. And whenever some matters are dangerous to know and quite rightly intelligently made available for only a few made of sterner sterling stuff able to successfully handle and exploit the info and intel, is the pool of enlightenment relatively small and massively terrifying to those and/or that excluded.