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Re: [News] The Anti-Linux Police Loses

Hadron wrote:

> GPS <georgeps@xxxxxxxxxxxx> writes:
>> Roy Schestowitz wrote:
>>> Hash: SHA1
>>> ____/ High Plains Thumper on Thursday 28 May 2009 13:39 : \____
>>>> Roy Schestowitz wrote:
>>>>> Justice Rules Police Can't Steal Other Kid's Toys
>>>>> ,----[ Quote ]
>>>>>> According to the police, who couldn't even identify Windows,
>>>>>> much less Linux, calling it "not the regular B.C. operating
>>>>>> system," Calixte was suspected of — as are all citizens
>>>>>> being smacked around with the CFAA — "obtaining computer
>>>>>> services by fraud or misrepresentation" and obtaining
>>>>>> "unauthorized access to a computer system," because the
>>>>>> emails — if they were from him — were sent anonymously.
>>>>> `----
>>> http://www.linuxjournal.com/content/justice-rules-police-cant-steal-
>> kids-toys
>>>> It took someone from the highest court in the state to give a
>>>> proper ruling and release the student's equipment back to him.  I
>>>> think they were hoping that the student could not afford a proper
>>>> defence lawyer and would just suffer injustice without his
>>>> equipment and a way to fight.
>>>> I think Massachusetts has become a Police State, so much for the
>>>> Land of the Free and Home of the Brave.
>>>> Don't let them catch any businesses using ODF to archive
>>>> documents.   :-)
>>> A lot of popular movements come from Massachusetts. They must be
>>> terrified.
>> The US, and the UK have gone insane about the "War on Terrorism."
> I never thought I would see the British public sit through this type of
> infringement on their rights:
> http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/programmes/whos_watching_you/8064333.stm
> ,----
> | A national network of cameras and computers automatically logging car
> | number plates will be in place within months, the BBC has learned.
> | 
> | Thousands of Automatic Number Plate Recognition cameras are already
> | operating on Britain's roads.
> | 
> | Police forces across England, Wales and Scotland will soon be able to
> | share the information on one central computer.
> `----
> Who's watching you?


It's not like the Brits ever had a man named George Orwell, and many others 
to learn from.

It's not as if they haven't suffered under the oligarchy, powered by the 
slaves in Africa, and opium sales...

"Times change" apparently, and fear is more important than life to some.

Each one of us could be hit by a bus tomorrow, or an airplane crashing into 
our homes.  There are no guarantees in life.  Would it make sense for me to 
declare a war on God?  He is after all the ultimate terrorist (by some 
perceptions).  Look at what he did in the book of Job to that poor *good* 
man named Job!  There are similar experiences in other religions too.  I'm 
not going to start a war against God though.  I'm grateful to have these 

To me it makes more sense to enjoy life, learn, and live, while enabling 
others to do so.  Blame and excuses do little for anyone, because they tend 
to negate any learning.  Good and respectful leaders lead by developing and 
portraying their perceptions of a common good for all people, and thus they 
do not lead by force.  Good leaders fear and love the people they lead.


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