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Monsanto and Bayer, a Bad Buy, or just more Holocau$t Reparation?

Monsanto, for those of us who don’t care about such things, is the world’s largest agrochemical company. Was. They have been bought out by Bayer, a German chemical giant, in a surprising move. Why surprising? Because Monsanto is under fire for billions, possibly trillions of dollars in liability claims. Yet, Bayer bought Monsanto, problems and all. What makes this even more surprising, is that Monsanto was well on its way to fulfil their dream: owning the world’s food supply. Or, to put it in their words: “End world hunger and feed the world.” If that sentence sounds like it says the same thing twice, we forgive you. It takes a certain world-weary cynicism to see the two very different philosophies in that statement.

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Corporate Crimes and the 3 Laws of Robotics

  1. A robot may not, by action or inaction, cause harm to a human.
  2. A robot shall obey orders from a human, except where in conflict with Rule 1.
  3. A robot shall protect itself from harm, provided it does not conflict with Rule 1 or 2.

What is a robot? The term is from a Czech slang term for a slave worker. Isaac Asimov originally used it to describe a machine with human-like qualities. The modern term denotes any machine with a degree of autonomy, with no specification as to that degree. Even a subroutine on your phone, keeping a look-out for supermarket specials, is acceptably called a bargain-hunting ‘bot, or similar. For our purposes here, and everywhere else, may we propose the following definition of a robot:

Any system that collects inputs, and delivers pre-determined outputs, according to a predetermined set of instructions, acting with a degree of autonomy, qualifies under the description of ‘robot’.

This includes your bank!

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Political Scientists, Economists, Witchdoctors, Charlatans of All Sorts

The Holy Profits of Mammon, with 20-20 vision in hindsight.

Political science serves the same purpose as economics; finding elaborate reasons to prove that last week’s accident was actually an inevitable consequence of well-understood processes which must be fixed by legislation and regulation. The rest of their time is spent building reasons and theories and excuses for next week’s accident. They also plan the entire PR side of all such accidents, well beforehand, which is why their stories are always so repetitive; they think we never learn from their mistakes.

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Carbon Taxes Explained (NOT) by a Professor Carbon Himself

The Paranoid Goy presents to you the ‘reasoning’ behind carbon taxes, as explained by some …entity important enough to be quoted as The Authority on Wikipedia. It may amuse the reader to research the solutions originally proposed back in the ‘seventies, when the problem of industrial pollution started to attract formal scientific attention. We talked about filters, and chimney scrubbers, which “scrubbed” the smoke of poisons before it left the chimney. We designed elaborate but permanent solutions to contain the pollution we release into the environment. Designers were building garden ponds for factories, where biological processes were supposed to precondition waste water before release, engineers were competing to make the biggest, cheapest, most compact filters humanly possible. This would put the cost on the polluter directly, and this is where it died.

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How Privatisation is Clearing the Earth of Scum

It was in the seventies when we were liberated from the shackles of gross political ignorance and economic idiocy. It must have been the sudden availability of those new-fangled computer things, or maybe it was the bright new ideas thought up by bright new Wall Street Wiz Kids, but one thing was certain; the Man in the Street has to take a hand in dismantling the oppressive socialist regime that is Big Government. By 1980 we all understood the problem(s):

 Your government is too stupid to make a profit.

Government has no business in Business.

Politicians are corrupt and cannot be trusted with our money.

The theory is that, instead of the state using taxes to provide public services, the same services could be delivered more efficiently and at a profit by educated businessmen. Thus, instead of the wasteful public servant running the service at base level efficiency, a private contractor will supply a better service more economically.

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A Continuous Enquiry into the Commercialisation of Child Prostitution

The Paranoid Goy tries hard to be unbiased and non-discriminatory in his approach to others, the Body Politic, as it were. We are ethics-bound to accept the existence of politicians, preachers and banksters alike. There are, however, limits to Freedom, before it becomes Liberty. “Taking Liberties” has never been a good strategy for building a society. Look at the decrepitude of the old Soviet Union, the post-colonial decay of the Marxist African Republics, look at America’s heavy industry, the so-called Iron Belt, that is now called the Rust Belt, where tens of thousands die of overdoses, gang violence and sheer neglect, every year. That is what Liberty brings you. Now the Libertarians are proclaiming their right to prostitute small children. Thank the gods for the War On Paedophilia!

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