It is a fundamental mistake to see the enemy as a set of targets. The enemy in war is a group of people. Some of them will have to be killed. Others will have to be captured or driven into hiding. The overwhelming majority, however, have to be persuaded. — Frederick Kagan
For more on the AIDS myth, check here: bit.ly/U6nZHu As for the SARS hoax, I suggest you research what a psyOp is. It has nothing to do with enforcing the “rule” of government. It is about instilling fear in a population and manipulating them into accepting new funding and regulations. Why did SARS disappear off the front page as quickly as it came? Was it instantly cured? Why didn’t it reoccur? Does it remind you of bird flu, swine flu, and other sudden media events that disappear as quickly as they appear?
Don’t normally post really stupid false stories – but this one belongs in the theater of the absurd. It comes complete with our magic numbers.
I suppose the message here is children are too much hassle – they can impinge on one’s browsing and chatting habits. In other words don’t breed, or if you do, abort. Perhaps if you do have the kid, surrender it to the state. They can do much better, including making sure your toddler doesn’t wander off a balcony.
Satanic of just plain anti-human?
A 29 year old mother, who chatted online while her baby died, has been arrested in Japan according to media reports.
According to reports from The Mainichi, Yumiko Takahashi knew that her son, 19-month’s old Neo had a high fever when she checked on him on June 24 last year, but she failed to get required medical care. Instead, she spent hours chatting on internet forums.
She called up the nursery on June 27 last year at 11:10 am, saying, “Something really serious is happening.” A social worker found the child dead in the apartment.
The boy, as the autopsy reports revealed, had died at around 2 pm on June 26, 2011.
The Mainichi reported that Takahashi stands accused of parental neglect. She has lost two children aside from Neo. Her first child died soon after birth and her second child, reports say, fell off from a balcony in 2009, at the age of four. Her last surviving child, a six year old boy has been placed in foster care after Neo’s death.
I was depressed
Takahashi has reportedly admitted to all the accusations.
“I have sought solace in chatting on the Internet to get connected to other people for three years since I got depressed for losing my son in an accident,” said Takahashi to broadcaster NHK.
“Bringing up children is too much hassle,” said Takahashi in additional quotes.
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