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Save Europe

A coach service and an airline both sent me emails warning to prepare for delays and cancellations due to staff shortages.

Italy is preparing to ration water.

A group of migrants rampaged through Peschiera del Garda, throwing stones at riot police and calling for African colonisation of that town and others.

Centralised power in Brussels is kicking people in their faces with endless freedom-eroding regulations.

We must save Europe by putting our own nations first.

Cracking a can open

Cracking a can open is an audiotactile sensation even better than popping a bottle’s cork. No wonder Trump used to open six cans of soda at a time.

But aluminium is sadly a neurotoxin, and most cans are lined with the endocrine disruptor BPA.

What a coïncidence

The Nuclear Threat Initiative and Epstein-Island-visitor nature-hater Bill Gates predicted this latest outbreak with incredible accuracy. Viruses are being engineered in labs and let loose on purpose. Shutting down gain-of-function research and punishing killer globohomos is a moral obligation.

The China-controlled World Health Organisation will be trying to pass its new constitution next week, which lets it take over nation-states during “periods of pandemic preparation”. Don’t let your country’s officials sign it, and persuade them to exit the organisation entirely.

Sea breeze

Sea breeze blows
Into my hair.

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Legislation-resistant technologies

The Eurosoviet Von der Leyen regime today presented a draft law on mandatory chatcontrol. The absolute surveillance it calls for is an attack on free society.

Technologies should be built in ways that make such laws impossible to enforce. Optional privacy is no privacy at all, as it divides people into normies and “those with something to hide”—that’s why Monero rules and Zcash drools. Decentralisation and transparency are paramount.

Avoid Big Tech, be smart, and destroy tyrannies!

Voice announcements on Italian train

“For trains arriving with a delay of more than 60 minutes, it’s possible to verify the right to receive a compensation via the main methods of purchase beginning 24 hours after the trip. More information on”:

Mainstream media lies about Ukraine

I’m worried that mainstream media peddling lies about Ukraine will lead to more loss of life and freedom. Julian Assange pointed out correctly that nearly every war started in the last 50 years was a result of media lies. If the media was actually anti-war, it would dedicate airtime to mention the near-daily bombings of Somalia, Yemen, and Palestine.

In 2014, the US and some of its NATO allies helped overthrow democratically-elected Ukrainian president Yanukovych, began spreading artificially-created anti-Russian sentiment, and integrated the neonazi and anti-Russian Azov Battalion into the Ukrainian National Guard. These latter madmen openly speak about desires to eat Russian children and nuke Moscow, only to be awarded by actor-president Zelensky. These were serious threats, as Ukraine had labs and sites developing all sorts of weapons, including viruses targeting certain ethnic groups.

NATO undermines national sovereignty, and it must be dissolved. Italy should cancel the 11th article of its constitution, strengthen its military, and close foreign bases on its soil.

Many American congressmen will send weapons anywhere but their own backyards if it means profiting from military-industry stocks and lobbyists. Eurosoviet Union president Ursula von der Leyen has recently stated “Ukraine belongs to us”. Other politicians use the current situation to deflect responsibility for their failures at home, and to enact icky legislation after making people panic.

Tyrants cancel the debate when they cannot win it. Banning media outlets and imprisoning people for dissent is disgraceful. Fake news is best suppressed by spreading truth and being transparent. Words are not violence.

There is no such thing as collective responsibility. Only certain people are responsible for certain actions. Society is not responsible for government crimes; the victim is not the aggressor. Oligarchs will bypass sanctions placed on them at the expense of regular people.

This is only a smol part of the full story. Keep your head when all around are losing theirs.

English spelling reform

Despite always being the best at English spelling in class, even amongst true natives, its inconsistencies bug me. That’s why I’m fascinated with the idea of English spelling reform.

An English spelling reform must not be a mandate, and government’s role in it should be limited to simply recognising and universally adopting the new spellings in its facilities.

A universal spell-as-you-pronounce reform is not a good idea, as it would designate a certain accent as “the correct one”. It would also lead to words losing their roots: spelling friend as frend would kill its connection to fiend; spelling phlegm as flem or even just phlem would disassociate it from its adjective phlegmatic.

A good spelling reform sticks to rules that already exist, is easy on the eyes, and makes rules more consistent. I already spell the past verbal tense of focus as focussed and the plural of gas as gasses, to make it clear that these words do not rhyme with used and phases respectively. This idea can be expanded to other words: spelling intervocalic as intervocallic, since it does not rhyme with Gaelic.

The British -our spelling of words like colour and flavour has no reason to be, hence I will now be spelling these and similar words as color and flavor. This is retroäctive: I updated their spellings in my previous posts to make finding these words easier. I will also now spell the word mould as mold.

The perfect English spelling reform would be a grassroots initiative—our society agreeing that it is okay to “misspell” if doing so brings about orderly simplicity. I’m ready to be the first to begin.

I will now spell the word light, as in not heavy, as lite.

Though, although, through, and through-out will become tho, altho, thru, and thru-out.

Small will now be smol: it’s cuter, and, well, smoller. (Smoler rhymes with bowler.)

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