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Moron leadership and their wars on symptoms

Moron leadership and their wars on symptoms
August 24, 2009, 04:29:02 PM
Meth manufacture adapts to and overcomes society's struggle against it.

But now drug users are making their own meth in small batches using a faster, cheaper and much simpler method with ingredients that can be carried in a knapsack and mixed on the run. The "shake-and-bake" approach has become popular because it requires a relatively small number of pills of the decongestant pseudoephedrine — an amount easily obtained under even the toughest anti-meth laws that have been adopted across the nation to restrict large purchases of some cold medication.


Entertainment bosses alienate customers, but temporarily deter a little media sharing.

Those in the media who are celebrating this “victory” are enjoying a dubious at best moment of triumph: they still have not addressed the problem of which piracy is a symptom, or affirmed a sense of fair play (”morality”) in the eyes of the media-buying public.


Rule by merchants through their proxy public appointees cannot lead anywhere but down.

The illicit global economy, a 28 minute video. How globalism has been the catalyst for booming deviant economies: arms, drugs, slaves, money laundering, etc. How crackdowns on this activity drives its adaptation, innovation and proliferation (crackdowns on crime accelerate the decay of liberal democratic states). How these non-state criminal actors are gaining power outside the bounds of the international community's legitimate structure. How notions of Western Progress is the past and non-state criminal actors of the developing world are our future.


Re: Moron leadership and their wars on symptoms
September 03, 2009, 03:44:12 PM

Morality is dependent on the means justifying the ends.


Morality is dependent on the ends justifying the means.


Morality is dependent on the ends justifying the means in terms of aesthetics, experience and adventure.