firmware_pimp

6 months ago  The Dark Winter

Actually I'm convinced that at certain layers, it's beyond plausible deniability and it's closer to willful blindness.

I had a girlfriend who worked in pharma; she essentially described her job as black-box optimization of sales via "market segmentation", which as far as I could understand, involves creating a Venn diagram to identify the most-malleable doctors to help you boost sales.

Sounds like a cartoonish robber-baron, just optimizing the life out of the factory workers, but she was essentially a regular girl. Regular girls today are a) involved in black-box optimization of society and b) see it as the moral baseline, not something to be ashamed of.

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firmware_pimp

6 months ago  The Dark Winter

@destraht I've just recently discovered Sam Hyde and I think of this video in arguments with my parents:

www.youtube.com/watch?v=pdg48zujgc0

Also, the original Dark Enlightenment essay by MM was eye-opening for me. As a former hardcore-mainstream-liberal, I needed the eloquent nuclear black-pill in essay format to drive the narrow wedge and allow me to start thinking new thoughts.

Anything less than a nuclear black-pill is often met with "ok, but let me refer you this debooooking article".

Anyway, good luck. I can understand the urge to try to help your own parents get out of these things.

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firmware_pimp

6 months ago  The Dark Winter

@Antelope Believable. Layers of plausible deniability seems to be the basic M.O. of shady bullshit today.

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firmware_pimp

6 months ago  The Public Square

@carnold03 Could be. Now that you mention it, what kind of normal immigrant comes to a country, takes their placement exam, fails twice, and decides to sue the shit out the instution giving the exam and publicize it? Not any immigrant I've ever met. I mean, I've heard of them paying off testing agencies, but I have not personally met anyone accusing the testing agency of 'not sufficiently correcting for racial disparity'.

carnold03

6 months ago  The Public Square

@firmware_pimp

I'm not sure whether the content of this "minimum standard of math" test is really that good, but it's hilarious that the test is being thrown out because it 'disproportionally affects racialized candidates'.

torontosun.com/news/local-news/teacher-candidates-win-huge-victory-over-provinces-mandatory-math-test-for-educators/wcm/712de111-2e71-46f0-aa55-11ca1b0ec9d0

It is possible that other countries suck at math? No! It's the test that is wrong!

He's a Canadian intelligence asset. This really got my attention, the text under his photo. "Richard Atimniraye Nyelade, who has his master's and bachelor's degrees from his native Cameroon and did another master's degree in Norway as well before coming to Canada in 2018, had no problems with the mathematics content questions, but didn't succeed on the pedagogy portion of the test."

His family likely works for the British in Cameroon. He's ushered along through school and college. Then placed in a few colleges in other countries, before being shipped off to Canada to be a teacher. He feeds Canadian intel on the children of households that are hostile to the diversity initiatives, so they can keep tabs on them and keep them out of gainful employment. I've interacted with enough of the demographic displacement agents to be fairly confident that they're not simply morons, but completely incapable of abstract thinking.

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firmware_pimp

6 months ago  The Public Square

I'm not sure whether the content of this "minimum standard of math" test is really that good, but it's hilarious that the test is being thrown out because it 'disproportionally affects racialized candidates'.

torontosun.com/news/local-news/teacher-candidates-win-huge-victory-over-provinces-mandatory-math-test-for-educators/wcm/712de111-2e71-46f0-aa55-11ca1b0ec9d0

It is possible that other countries suck at math? No! It's the test that is wrong!

Teacher candidates win 'huge victory' over Ontario's mandatory math test for educators
A mandatory math test for those who want to become certified teachers is unconstitutional, an Ontario court has decided. | torontosun
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carnold03

6 months ago  No Nothing November

@IBelieveInTheFallen

@slutmagazine weird, I never changed my avatar on here. It’s just a picture of a pill for me (default avatar, same as yours)

Reads like you've confused @Firmware_pimp into this somehow.

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firmware_pimp

6 months ago  The Public Square

@redpillschool "I'd like to fuck you"

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destraht

6 months ago  5th Generation War

@firmware_pimp Most importantly was how Kiev representatives initially responded to the contrary. Then they got with the program after say 1-3 weeks (the timeline is blurry).

One thought is that Biden is so incompetent and compromised on Ukraine that everything around that such as the release of an unofficial official narrative (through DC power outlets like Washington Post) is just a huge mess. Biden's team would want to control all Ukraine information turning that situation into an enormous dysfunctional mess.

firmware_pimp

6 months ago  5th Generation War

@destraht That's an interesting point about the Washington Post picking it up first before military sources. I will have to do some more reading.

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