Globalization Means Everything Breaks At Once

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  1. Boneflour

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    As I type this post, a sophisticated ransomware is worming its way through thousands of corporate computers, encrypting all data on the device and using the infected computers to spread the worm farther through the network.

    Computers in banks, government offices, and even the power grid in Ukraine are all being hit, with techs scrambling to isolate the systems.

    But it's not just the Ukraine, and not just government systems. A Cadbury factory in Tasmania is dealing with the same virus. Nice modern factory. Nice and automated. And now all those nice computers that run everything are asking for Bitcoin to start working again. And the Bitcoin doesn't even unlock the system!

    Same problem is affecting a major shipping company in Denmark, a Russian oil company, pharmaceutical company Merck, and more.

    Here are the companies and government agencies affected by the cyberattack sweeping the globe | http://www.businessinsider.com/petya-petrwrap-cyberattack-companies-government-agencies-affected-2017-6/#russia-banks-oil-company-steelmaker-2

    What do all these various corporations have in common? They all used Windows.


    But the blame isn't on Microsoft. There's another entity to thank, a hacking group that hoarded critical exploits and developed entire suites of malware to break into Windows...

    What is globalization? Peter Thiel contrasted it with innovation it in his book Zero To One:

    -Innovation is finding a new, better way to do something, like going from spear fishing to using nets.

    -Globalization is taking that innovation and copying it somewhere else. Taking your nets and showing all the neighboring villages how to use those nets is an example of globalization.

    One of the hallmarks of our modern system is a massive increase in globalization. Take X country, copy First World systems, industrialize, repeat with next country.

    While this has caused massive increases in population and prosperity, the required SCALE has pushed out thousands of smaller players. Why shop your local hardware store when there's a Lowe's down the street? Why bother developing a Russian operating system when Microsoft and Apple have decades of development and mountains more talent than you can access? Their localization team is probably larger than your prospective OS team.

    There is still a compelling reason to keep the small players around, though: So there's somebody left standing after all these connected, interdependent systems crash.

    Last August, the NSA had their entire cyber arsenal leaked by a hacking entity known as "The Shadow Brokers".

    Mysterious Group Hacks The NSA | Zero Hedge | http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2016-08-15/mysterious-group-hacks-nsa

    Other hackers used NSA's Eternal Blue exploit... contained in that leaked cyber arsenal...to develop the sets of ransomware known as WannaCry and Petya. Although Microsoft has patched this specific exploit in March, many business computers still haven't updated to the latest version, leaving them open to the worm.

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    The drive to make everything Internet-Connected has reduced the points of failure in our technology systems. If one person drives drunk and wrecks, or one trucking company folds, it's not the end of the world. But what happens when everyone's self-driving car gets a patch that makes cars unable to start, or makes them spinout on the highway? The entire transportation grid would be affected.

    Globalism lets everyone use more powerful systems... but it also means everything breaks at once.
     
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  2. Apercus

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    Look at the positives; this increases the demand for BitCoin.
     
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  3. BiceBiceBice

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    That would be insane. Remember every american action movie ever where the president always says "we do not negotiate with terrorists"? This would be switching it up to a currency of their choice, untraceable (not really but theoretically).
    Then again, bitcoin was the currency of choice on darknet when you had to shop for spare bodyparts, I guess this is pretty tame in comparison.

    I just feel the need to point a finger to any future "muh jew/degeneracy" when shitcoins are in the picture. Because its not exactly like they sprung from gods own personal wellspring, more like his piss bucket.
     
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    Finally, someone else who understands how abstraction interacts with other things!

    But do you have an opinion on Bitcoin? Tell us how you really feel.
     
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  5. Moonpony

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    Bitcoin has done well recently. A friend of mine has Bitcoin to the value of $120,000 from some trivial transactions a number of years ago.
     
  6. Aeoli Pera

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    He should cash out ASAP, IMO.
     
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    If you want to outline your reasons I would send them to him. Also, nice furfag icon :thumbsup:
     
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    I'm still trying to find just one word that describes it, it is somewhere between the "financial instrument and not actually irl cash despite being marketed as the future of currency". There is no actual commitment. Thus it is not Real.
    Shitpicking includes it being tied to the dollar like a parasite which it prided itself on not to be or become, it is basically e-tulips and with the release of more shitcoins we are throwing the whole bouquet into the mix to the song of "the future of X!!!1111". With no viable solution for actual everyday payment it is simply not money despite having the word coin in it.
    People got really uppity when banks want cashless society with nothing but cards for commerce, but somehow an e-wallet is different? We need to strive for real physical things that exist in reality, like cash, that already exists. The jews at the fed almost seem reasonable in comparison.
    WE also need to thank the negroid american rapper for throwing dollar bills at strippers in his music videos, can't do that with your shitty e-wallet or card.

    People also need to be wary that this was created by the japs, with anime they turn white western males into gookmixing weebs, with bits for cash they will clean out your wallet too and with the release of each set of new coins(trading card mentality) they will turn your mind into a casino. It is a snare to catch the neet, the ones who got out of dodge to get a good rested look at what society has become and maybe try to fix it too.
    We laughed at chinese gold farmers in WoW, now they are setting up every western male to become a miner... do not trust the jap, they have been confined to the edges of the world for very good reasons. Anything that is of their make should be treated with extreme caution. Pretty much unsustainable soulless innovators.
    They have teched themselves into high-rise coffins working 20hours a day with the occasional "bing bing wahoo 1UP" being the only "human" sound and interaction they get. Anime is their opium. It does not come from a good place, just like the backstory to why the first pokemon game was made, more dystopic than chernobyl. What a shitty place to live. Whatever they get up to should not be emulated in the west.
    You need an extra set of arms to try and fix that mess.

    Cash will always be king is the fact i feel to be correct, i also think there is a big risk of being strung along into something completely unnecessary that runs a very big risk of imploding badly. The jap will never forgive you for nuking them and if they can nuke your economy or your youth in retaliation they will do that. This guy was actually tight all along:[​IMG]
    When the new AMERICAN MADE Atari releases, we can finally be rid of the decadent video game menace from that cursed island, no more nintendo sega or sony. Hopefully we can revive western cinema too so grown ass men don't sit at home and watch kids show for japanese kids starring japanese kids. The whole concept is so childish it boogles the mind how anyone would want to trade in their hard earned yankee cash dollar for virtual good senpai animu weebu points to buy crackcocaine and a hand on darknet. Its fucking insane.
     
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    One thing I haven't mentioned is how bitcoins runs parallel to the zeitgeist trilogy, which is nowadays not looked favorably upon because it is basically world communism. We can't have the fed printing money thats crazy but here is money you can print at home instead that will work.

    Thalish west/jap dabbles in altruistic entertainment to tell wholesome stories, invents cheap gizmos that everyone can afford and even free money in a sense. Accidentally sets the stage for world communism, melon is happy, sc is really happy. Many such cases. Sad!
    When whe didn't live in a globalized mindset, local mans autism ruins everything didn't have global repercussions.

    We are seeing more authoritarian leanings across the board, thals are not authoritarian but they do invent the best authoritarian tools, albeit unintentionally, if you remember how facebook was invite only for college kids, well you can't blame the guys for inventing it when the berg "optimized" it, the same idea came with the internet starter kit. Been around since the start. Like the One Ring, just lying in wait...

    You also can't trust western "super heroes" these days, spider man might turn your kids into a transexual fag fish, whereas super mario is wholesome straight family entertainment, but for how long? The Thalish curse is Real!
    Cease & Desist vs elsa-spiderman toilet videos on youtube, and nintendo are the ones getting shit for ferociously guarding their IP, you thought people would know what happens by now when you let the genie out of the bottle, and by genie i mean "them" and by bottle i mean a summer camp in poland.

    "Globalization Means Everything Works At Once"


    Regards Melon Melonson
     
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    One last thing.
    Super Mario, a white male made by japs, seems to be the best compromise.
    As much as I enjoy shitting on jap cartoons in favor of western super heroes, can you really trust them in this day and age? Would I feel safe letting my family watch the latest super hero movie? No, of course not.

    The only way western heroes can redeem themselves would be the next blockbuster plot being super man, spider-man and batman teaming up with the "villains" to bomb western universities and beat up everyone at a pride parade, but that's not gonna happen. Heck, are they even white anymore? This is where the japs shine, their autism is unshakeable, Mario appeared in 1981 and he is still a white straight male.
    An amazing accomplishment in this day and age.

    Western heroes were bred for war propaganda and in peace time, to promulgate the values of the west. Today they are spearheading the rot that is infesting and decaying the west. Thanks guys.

    The original batman and his values, (see the instruction manual), can probably only be found in a bootleg chinese factory, together with Robert Cop and the rest of the gang. A bit physically distorted sure but still on the job.
    This is starting to resemble some form of religio-political osmosis with a planet of the apes like ending. Why can't I just have normal super HEROES?!?! Why did they all turn into Captain Sweden.
    The collective nerd rage will soon power the first fusion reactor.

    This is why we can't have idolatry. If you can't turn to Jesus at least turn to Mario for now, he is a wholesome guy with good values, unlike his western fucknut counterparts.
     
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    I don't think the West is a real country anymore. The Jews won. Simply having a large remnant of white people doesn't make it the West, and that remnant is diminishing daily.
     
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    I believe you are biased by the dismal state of England.
     
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    Since when have the Japanese made anything cheap? I specifically try to buy Japanese goods, in addition to stuff made in USA and some Australian made things. Japan is on my list of good countries to buy from. They make the best computers(supercomputers), the best cars(Lexus) and manage to perfect construction of all types.

    Globalization is bullshit though. I avoid buying anything made in China. Theres a shit country I avoid buying from specifically because it is the greatest existential threat to western culture.

    Cucks like Jeff Bezos selling all that Chinese made garbage and destroying the economies of the west have made pussies out of western males more than any anime.

    Hopefully Trump puts a 10000% tarrif on all Chinese made shit soon. Its hard to shop these days.
     
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    Hi, Caelum. ;)

    I pretty much agree with you here. That is, I mostly oppose globalization, and I think that access to cheap foreign labour harms the White working class. I doubt that China is the greatest existential threat to Western culture, though.

    The greatest existential threat to Western culture probably is pathological altruism on the part of Whites. As a survival strategy, altruism benefits the individual, the tribe, and the nation when the tribe and the nation tend to use the same strategy; that is, altruism benefits the individual and the group when most of the group also acts altruistically. Many Whites assume that others share their innate cognitive and behavioural tendencies. (Those who live with like individuals can afford to make this assumption.) Those who assume this blame themselves when out-groups fail to cooperate or when individual members of an out-group complain about feeling alienated from the rest of society.
     
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    "A strength extended becomes weakness" -Sun Tzu, probably
     
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    And that shitbag George Soros. What type is that globalist turd? So glad he got hacked.
     
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    Maybe this type...

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    In other news, a data breach at Yahoo netted 3 billion email accounts with names, email addresses, phone numbers, and dates of birth. Oh, and weakly encrypted passwords. Whoops!

    Every Yahoo account that existed—all 3 billion—was compromised in 2013 hack | https://arstechnica.com/information-technology/2017/10/yahoo-says-all-3-billion-accounts-were-compromised-in-2013-hack/

    This originally happened undetected by the way, they only found out after the fact. In fact they originally thought it was only 1 billion:

    Yahoo admits it’s been hacked again, and 1 billion accounts were exposed | https://arstechnica.com/information-technology/2016/12/yahoo-reveals-1-billion-more-accounts-exposed-and-some-code-may-have-been-stolen/
     

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