amanfromMars 1 Sat 2 Apr 08:28 [2204020828] ….. asks a few primer questions on https://forums.theregister.com/forum/1/2022/03/31/extrahop_russian_sanctions/

Whenever Not so Much a Possibility, rather More a Certain Inevitability, What Can and Do You Do?

Is it possible or desirable to defend and protect and maintain the indefensible and inequitable, or is such a folly for schools of fools, and fully deserved of relentless anonymous 0day cyber attack with myriad other virtual assaults easily confusingly classified by sundry armchair generals and wannabe Caesars and Churchills as special paramilitarised operation?

And whenever the honest answer to such a critical and not really hypothetical question is clearly enough a constantly resounding ….. No, it is neither possible nor desirable. …… who and/or what is most likely to be targeted/bombarded/demolished/liquidated?

Oh …. and are you also likely to be classified an enemy or hostile, prone and liable to suffer collateral damage if you don’t think it so, and would support the indefensible and inequitable?


amanfromMars 1 Sat 2 Apr 11:38 [2204021138] …. points out on https://forums.theregister.com/forum/1/2022/03/31/extrahop_russian_sanctions/

Re: Putin knows the west is very capable as well

Imagine if electricity was cut off nationwide in Russia, …. The amount of ramp up he’s capable of beyond what he’s previously used against us is a fraction of the ramp up we’re capable of we’ve previously used against him. …… DS999

Imagine if electricity was cut off nationwide in UK, or such as be vital commodities were too expensive to buy ? ……… which appears to be a rapidly growing list of essential items according to all the current news readily available creating fears for the future.

What do you think the end game is? Cui Bono?

The amount of ramp up they’re capable of beyond what they’ve previously used against us is a fraction of the ramp up they’re capable of and previously used against us ….. and is gravely to be regarded.


amanfromMars 1 Sat 2 Apr 16:223 [22040216223] ….. tries out some real positivity on https://forums.theregister.com/forum/1/2022/04/01/forrester_web3_criticism/

Re: Good at being wrong

Quite so, razzaDazza1234. Future virtual webbed developments herald all manner of almighty novel opportunities which effortlessly exploit the dire straits rendered by the lack of advanced intelligence in the default human condition.

And for some, who may or may not be many, or just a choosy few, are there more than just enough seeds already well sown and rooted, and naturally growing for an infinitely large spectrum of authoritative autonomous authoritarian and model utilitarian utopian uses …… to be suitably and most generously rewarded with bounty beyond the wildest of mortal dreams ….. to be lavishly spent in return in order to aid and lead future creative direction and constructive proaction. …… which is a neat closed quantum leap loop for universal communication.



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