I hate this fuckin Youtube ad that begins with "plastics. Our most dangerous addiction." Yeah I'm addicted to making plastics with all those polyethylene factories I own and control.

The block button rules.

If people are being mean and unkind? I block em!

Doesn't infringe on their free speech -- they can be as mean and hateful as they like on their own timeline. I just don't need to listen to it. ;)

Now.

Who wants to talk about FreeDOS? :)

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malatesta on left unity 

@gabriele @paulfree14 @purism

Wait. Am I alt-right again? :)

I can never keep track. Some days I'm a communist. Other days a fascist. Occasionally a Liberal. Today, I guess, I'm alt-right! :)

Hey @paulfree14: I don't think you and I are as different as you might think. My guess is you're a nice guy that means well and strives to do good in the world.

Maybe we can both be alt-Awesome?

@paulfree14

Are you really accusing @lunduke of being "alt-right"?

Jesus, stop embarrassing yourself, kid!

@purism

Who's really protesting in :

- murderers
- businessmen
- "pro-democracy" NGOs
- people nostalgic of British colonialism
- western people

2047 can't come any sooner.

@orangelamp

HK has extradition agreements with many other countries, why wouldn't they make a similar agreement with the PRC? That's nonsense.

There is no justification for these protests. HK is a rightful part of China, if you don't want to respect Chinese law, just get out of China.

And just because you live in HK, that does not mean you have a better understanding of what's going on.

@felix

@orangelamp

HK has extradition agreements with many other countries, why wouldn't they make a similar agreement with the PRC? That's nonsense.

There is no justification for these protests. HK is a rightful part of China, if you don't want to respect Chinese law, just get out of China.

And just because you live in HK, that does not mean you have a better understanding of what's going on.

@felix

@orangelamp

Young radicals?? 😂

They are anticommunist filth, protesting to protect their tax evading friends from Chinese law. There is nothing more to it.

@felix

@mooshoe

I'm definitely open to any argument. I'm a pretty convinced statist, changing my mind it's hard (not impossible), but I would be glad to read if you want to hit me with some solid tootstorm. Go ahead.

@drequivalent

I'm a socialist myself, but I think we disagree on so many things. Either one of us is an impostor or being socialist means nothing nowadays. IDK. Also, Stalin did nothing wrong.

@aral

@aral

Of course, a State controlling people's data would be tempted to censor some people.

But that's a good thing IMO: we don't want filthy capitalists' propaganda in our socialist State. Enemies of the State must be silenced for the public good.

@aral

I'm actually one of those socialists.

Let's put it in another way: in a socialist State, if the State owns something (like data, in this case), that something becomes a shared asset of the people, a public good. It's a form of democratization of the economy, people would get to decide how it works and how it operates.

At the end of the day, it's just a regular nationalization. Following your logic, should we also advocate for privatization?

@felix

They are a bunch of anticommunist reactionary bourgeois, angry because HK would not shelter criminals and their tax-evading friends from the Chinese law anymore.

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