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Technology Changes Information Feedback and Outcomes

Many whites seem to long for the “good old days” when people could be killed or enslaved without consequences. CONservatives bemoan the loss of toughness and ability to kill those ‘swarthy subhumans’ on the rise of LIEbrals.

Very few understand that this is a consequence of technology, not LIEbral thinking. Let me explain..

I would be the first to admit that non-whites have equally bad records when it comes to genocide, cruelty and other CONservative behaviors. However the industrial revolution had a peculiar side effect- communication technology.

In previous eras the spread of reasonably accurate news was limited, and conquererors wrote history. Moreover, the extent of mass communication between cultures was limited by technology and language- nor could one culture attack another large one on another continent. Technology changed all that, and the ability to wage war (logistics) or develop better technology now goes hand-in-hand with better communication technology.

Communication technology allows for better quantification and recording of events, which by itself is necessary to wage war. However, it also creates data about the effect of such wars or events.

Events like the armenian genocide, ww1, ww2, holocaust, khmer rouge regimes, the vietnam war etc create public relation problems precisely because of the images and data of such events. The internet has also removed any vestige of an ability to censor events by the MSM.

Now some clever white morons might say- “we can shut down communication technology and return to the good old days”. The little problem is- our way of life, abilities, logistics and living standard are so tightly linked to the underlying communication technologies that removing them would cause an collapse of the type where the living would envy the dead.

But clever white morons will then say- “what about china? or a few other east-asian countries?”. First- if censorship was effective, they would not spend so much effort to keep on plugging newer holes. Second- people accept far more crap if they are getting a continuous increase in living standards. Ultimately it will plateau or collapse from lack of demand (asian economies are mercantile not consumption based).

The other effect of technological spread is- local events are no longer local. Let me give you an example..

During the vietnam war, many WASP morons suggested the use of nuclear weapons to end the war. Their suicidal advice was correctly trashed, and here is why.

The news that a country would use nukes on another which did not have them, would have made every single country with some capacity to make nukes or acquire them do it overnight. Even worse, any small conflict between the US and such a newly nuclear country would rapidly escalate into the smaller country using them before the US had a chance to exercise that option.

By that time, the technology and knowledge to make nukes was widespread enough for this to be ONLY possibility of such an action.

Technology is what it is.


  1. October 22, 2011 at 1:03 pm

    Yes… we really do seem to be thinking along the same lines! (Sometimes it feels pretty lonely out here… good to know I’m not completely nuts)

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