6 posts • joined 25 Jul 2008
This is a pack of lies
The FBI have persecuted three scapegoats so far - the last Ivins killed himself. At every stage the FBI has been looking for a 'lone' killer. In the same way that NIST is determined to prove that 'fires' brought down World Trade Centre 7. Put another way - Forensic science in the US must not unearth facts which can be tracked back to government initiated conspiracies and especially when the events ease the paths of pre-determined government intentions.
So the anthrax wasn't 'weoponized'? first of all two sets of letters were sent containing different grades of anthrax. The first caused 12 cases of infection, the second 10.
However the first caused 3 cases of inhalation infection, the second, 8 cases of inhalation infection (80% as opposed to 25%). The second batch of letters was sent to Senators Daschle and Leahy who both by coincidence were the main opponents of the Patriot Act. Result: Patriot Act passed, Cheney happy, the US a police state. So to tidy the loose ends, a scapegoat, preferably dead
Look at the Wiki entry on the attacks and research the Patriot Act.
This case has no relevence for contractors
He was a nitwit. IR35 has been around for long enough for everyone to understand what the IR will tolerate and what they will not. Anyone who fails to take proper advice or act on is simply asking for trouble.
Why not blame the politicians who invented this nonsense?
It is very well excoriating customer service personnel and the soppy companies that employ them but why not point the finger at the culprits?
They are the pathetic laws and the pathetic politicians who enact them. At some point legitimate commerce will grind to a halt and the only people who are not affected in any way will be the criminals (yes, they are the ones who tend to ignore as many laws as is necessary in order expropriate cash and property from it's rightful owners).
Are politicians really this stupid or are they using bad laws to deliberately wreck this country? It certainly looks like the latter to me.
Tax not Technology
The problem in the UK has been the pathological greed of the government over the sale of concessions - it's got nothing to do with technological advance and all to do with the grotesque charges which networks have needed to pay to be allowed to invest further large amounts in their infrastructure. The result has been very high charges for users and technological retardation in the market. This is the sort of taxation this stinking government loves - one that most people who are of course completely stupid do not realise is a tax.
Let's hope the government spent it wisely - just a joke, wars for the neocons and the vast importation and sustenance of useless third world mouths don't come cheap.
Getting tough on the right people
Cabinet ministers are pretty clueless. Tony Benn revealed how a civil servant for whom he was responsible decided on behalf of the British people to supply Israel with the wherewithal for manufacturing WMD. Almost certainly the Home Office is infested with traitors who are flooding the country with third world immigrants in order to destroy our traditional culture. It matters not what policies ministers invoke when those charged with administration are committing sabotage.
Let's preserve the wooden huts
The blueprints and Bombes and the Colossus were destroyed after the war to prevent them falling into the hands of enemy agents.
Alan Turing was driven to suicide so that he couldn't reveal his secrets to enemy agents
So everything of value had been destroyed: priceless historical artifacts and the finest mathematical mind produced by this country since Newton.
However, let's save some rotting huts - it's about all the people deserve for not ensuring that inept and malevolent politicians and civil servants are not able to destroy this country.
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