Category Archives: Big Government

Dramat inom skolan och Försvaret – en fråga om kultur – Hamrin & Partners

Absolut lysande från Hamrin & Partners! Inte bara om skolans problem, utan om det #systemfel som präglar den svenska konsensuskulturen, politiken, samhällsdebatten och framgent, samhällsutvecklingen: “Det förefaller vara så att svenskt ledarskap blir allt mer kortsiktigt, otydligt och populistiskt.” I … Continue reading

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Intelligensens betydelse för debatten kring invandring, multikultur och “rasism”

Jag har länge funderat på orsaken till de så fastlåsta positionerna i debatten angående invandringens eventuella för- respektive nackdelar, inte minst de senaste dagarna efter Expressens obehagliga åsiktsregistrering. I debatten, där ena sidan rabiat hävdar att invandringen ger ett positivt … Continue reading

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Totalitarianism and loss of privacy in the surveillance state – government wet dream

A great scenario from aclu.org on what the future, for each of us,  in a totalitarian surveillance state will look like – every step you’ve taken, every person you’ve communicated with, every position you been at, every purchase you’ve made, … Continue reading

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Collect it all: America’s surveillance state – Fault Lines – Al Jazeera English

Collect it all: America’s surveillance state – Fault Lines – Al Jazeera English.

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Must See: Living in a surveillance state – Mikko Hypponen

Absolute “Must See” Ted talk on why the mass surveillance performed by NSA, GCHQ, FRA and others is absolutely detrimental to democracy, liberty, freedom, society and you, and why Open Source could help saving your privacy. “your favorite search engine … Continue reading

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To change a deterministic,badly behaving (evil) System, you need to act from outside the system

Professor Peter Ludlow of Northwestern University wrore a brilliant piece in NYT’s Opinion pages on the moral and ethics of whistleblowing, examplified by e.g. Manning and Snowden. A lot of people have argued that by blowing their whistles, Manning and … Continue reading

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Consequences of total surveillance

Innovation, risk taking, creativity, motivation, drive, participation, cooperation,  interest, social cohesion, quality, focus, energy, stamina, determination and overall well being, all suffer from mass surveillance: in nations, societies, organizations, corporations, businesses, schools as well as in families. In essence: people … Continue reading

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Manning’s “reward” for revealing state sanctioned murder;35 years

Manning is sentenced to 35 years in prison for revealing state sanctioned murder. And the “state” in question is supposed to be the beacon of democracy and freedom. Going further, this state is now governed by secret laws and secret … Continue reading

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NSA surveillance explained

This would qualify as the 2100 century horror movie… however, it’s a fact based documentary…

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