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Hackers for Charity & the strategic importance of third world equatorial presence for hackers - Andrew Auernheimer
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Hackers for Charity & the strategic importance of third world equatorial presence for hackers
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weev From: weev Date: November 4th, 2014 03:35 am (UTC) (link)

RE: this is a good one

The aid work that Johnny is doing is saving lives amongst the local populace. Now an independent member of the hacking community has travelled to Uganda and directly witnessed the benefit Johnny's work there does. Disputing the humanitarian acts that Johnny is engaged in is a sign of your intellectual dishonesty.

I live in Lebanon right now. Absolutely no members of the local populace practice my religion. However, I'm not going to deny the contributions that they make. I am not Shia but I am thankful to Hezbollah for making sure I am safe from ISIS and the Zionist scum occupying Palestine. I am not Sunni, but I can be recognize the work of Sunnis that made Internet available in my home right now. I do not care if Johnny is running a faith-based charity. That doesn't change the fact that he is doing charity right now.

Personally, I do not really care about the lives of people living in Africa. However, I have outlined in the above post why it is strategically useful to have a presence in Uganda that the local populace is friendly to. For many years now I have been advocating coastal equatorial Somalia as a target for our operations. For those same years I have been suggesting that we simply move in with guns and kill everyone in sight. Few in the community are willing to kill to garner our sanctuary. My preference of slaughter is outweighed by community consensus. Everyone feels it is best that we pursue the aid method and garner goodwill from local populaces of states we are attempting to integrate into. Obviously there is disagreement there, but I feel that equatorial Africa is a very good target and have felt this way far before I knew what Johnny was doing. We do not yet have anyone in Somalia. Somalia is superior only from the approach that if we build a state there, we can use OTEC in the ocean for cheap power. However, Somalia is so lawless and violent that we would need to kill a lot of people to garner a presence there. As it stands, Uganda is a good compromise, and I support what is being done there.

Edited at 2014-11-04 03:13 pm (UTC)
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