The Mistake of Popular Appeal
by 'radium' Wednesday, Jun 13 2012, 11:15pm
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Who needs it? Centers of power have always been highly localized and relatively easy to target. The objective was/is and always will be, to target the 'centers' of control, NOT waste time and effort attempting to attract or 'save' the moronic masses. 'Get over' any culturally inculcated martyr or savior complexes -- the fight has always been between opposing elites and may the more capable, skilled and intelligent group prevail!
The above is a gentle reminder of our raison d'etre; who, what and WHY we ARE!We are MANY -- we are ONE -- WE are UNSTOPPABLE!
Never lose focus; we have been and continue to be attacked by the moronic masses and the criminal murdering elites -- we owe nothing to anyone, OUR allegiance is to our crewz and groups ONLY; for our brother and sister hackers, skilled technicians and the exceptional of every hue, we LIVE, LOVE and FIGHT.
They will regret the day they held me captive with a pistol poked to the back of my ear (the police shot) they threatened to pull the trigger if i did not comply, I didn't -- my spontaneous response, 'PULL IT!' They didn't, and for that amazing bungle they have been paying most dearly ever since.
If you would prevail, you must know your enemy better than you know yourself, this essential task, morons always fail to accomplish!
Alone much was achieved, however, now that fledgling crewz have matured in skill, creativity and discipline and taken to 'wing' to form evermore rippling concentric circles of 'activity' we can take a measure of pride in our work.
The prize belongs to those who dare and DO; the world has always been captive to elites and nothing today indicates that reality is about to change.
Our inept opposition weakens by the day as we gain in strength/effect with every tap.
Greetz to all the crews -- RELENTLESS!
and salutations to 'ferrite' -- the first but not the last
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the 'elite' is a plurality, chris
by legion Thursday, Jun 14 2012, 2:57am
In his newly released book “Twilight of the Elites: America After Meritocracy," author Chris Hayes makes a major blunder in identifying only the financial elite.
As most modern analysts and socially aware people know, there are many elites in various fields of endeavor and the question is, which of these clearly competing elites and which specialty will prevail in the end?
But we already know, the 'techno-tribes' and anarchic hacker elites of the digital underground have it all over the competition, as an obvious reality highlights; (all) other elites are DEPENDENT on the technologies/digital infrastructures over which hacker elites have gained mastery!
There you have it Chris, in a nutshell; the 'solution' is not social 'movements' from social groups incapable of moving, but elites toppling other elites. It's really a matter of ethics and scruples -- which hacker elites have in abundance but financial elites lack entirely.
While financial elites compete, back-stab, weaken (and divide) their own 'house,' the shared ethics of the techno-tribes and hacker elites bonds them together and allows for shared exchanges of skills/knowledges with the view of toppling corrupt, criminal elites. This process is occurring at speed even as I write, for obvious 'exponential' reasons. Most informed people are aware that it's the criminal financial elites that are behind all the injustices in the world today.
The end result is a foregone conclusion; digital elites will prevail. Make no mistake, lamers; you are all DEPENDENT on the technology we control and you can't throw the 'kill switch,' as all the financial and other critical systems would collapse -- simple isn't it, morons?
Chris Hayes would probably make a fine candidate for the 'Occupy' movement -- the 'movement' you have when you're not moving. How could you even think there was only one elite, Chris -- are you an American by any chance?
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