amanfromMars 1 Fri 4 Nov 12:47 [2211041247] ….. says on https://forums.theregister.com/forum/1/2022/11/02/us_allies_china_chip_sanctions/

Re Retards with Serious Serial Learning Difficulties

China has not invaded a single country since the 50s, why do we hate a country that is more peaceful than we are? We don’t have to buy Chinese goods but we do and blame China for our own choices. We blame rich chinese people for buying up properties but the sellers benefited. Aren’t we the champion of the free marketplace?

Did China made bad stuff we don’t want? If so, why keep buying from them and not make stuff here? All these complaints are nothing but propaganda. If China is left without partners they will build without their own tech without international cooperation. …. Kev18999

That is far too much common sense for the lazy get-rich-quick-without-really-trying Westerner to comprehend and accept and compete against.

You have to really dumb things down for them.


amanfromMars 1 Fri 4 Nov 14:43 [2211041443] ….. advises on https://forums.theregister.com/forum/1/2022/11/02/killnet_us_treasury_ddos/

Keep IT Stupidly Simple

Downvote for being unintelligible. …. nobody who matters

nobody who matters, Hi.

There are some real bright sparks visiting El Reg quite regularly to learn of novel developments outside of the mainstream and studiously ignored by ITs PuppetMasters and Conventional Media Mogulled Operations, both Establishment and Antidisestablishmentarian, so simply quote those passages you deem unintelligible and someone is surely bound to be able to clarify matters.


amanfromMars 1 Sat 5 Nov 04:45 [2211050445] ….. asks on https://forums.theregister.com/forum/1/2022/11/03/ransomware_summit_cryptocurrency/

Re: Singapore Cryptocurrency Conference

Does Boris know a great deal about the blockchain and cryptocurrency worthy of those who may do listening to what he may have to say on the subject? Is the Huffington Post similar to another, The Onion?

His past performances on a range of other topics whilst Prime Minister of the House of Commons in the Palace of Westminster for which presumably both he and others thought him suitable to present to a captive audience and media circuses were much more entertainingly comical rather than strategically instructional ….. and that is a kind assessment of the public farce.

I look forward to reading a press copy transcript of the speech. I imagine it won’t contain any election type promises the blockchain and cryptocurrency can easily break and dishonour whenever its principles are popularly accepted/believed possible …. but where there is a history of certain behaviour, you are never ever sure that things have fundamentally changed for the better.

Once a UKGBNI court jester, always a UKGBNI court jester ‽ .

What next do you think? A spell in the jungle a la Dorries and Hancock? A gig on Strictly following in the dance steps of Widdicombe and Balls? In politics, the world is your oyster and full of fantastic opportunities 😉



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