Taiwanese Freedom Fighter

Well, it's taken a long time, but I finally managed to reach some Taiwanese (not via IRC, which is where I normally go to meet foreigners), and within that, some who were willing to chat about politics, and within that, some who actually supported liberating people, and within that, one who was willing to start a blog. Her name is Trinity. It is a struggle for her to write in English, so I hope you all appreciate the effort she has made, and I hope you will go and visit her blog and leave a comment welcoming her to the tribe of antisubjugators.

Perhaps you can also tell her under what circumstances you are willing to help defend her freedom from attack, and whether you would be willing to risk nuclear war with China to protect her. That should be interesting. Make sure you mention which country you are from as well! If you have any questions you'd like to ask, be sure to do that too, as it may help guide her future posts.

I hope in the future we can get more pro-freedom Taiwanese bloggers on board, and together we can figure out a common approach to resolving the issues that confront us. I also hope that we can get some of this stuff translated into Chinese for mainland Chinese consumption, so that they can better understand what is happening.

I notice my last comments section went completely through the roof with what seems to be the arrival of a conservative commenter to my blog. Great to see you there Lee! I can no longer afford to devote my time to running over the same endless arguments with brain-dead lefties and have to instead spend my time on finding the swing voters so that I can present my case. Or to simply get the already-on-board people like Trinity to flesh out their views/logic, and then express it in a blog. Having a Taiwanese woman is really great. It'll be interesting to watch US Democrats trying to spin her as a testosterone-filled warmonger bent on imperialism. Who knows - maybe the poor Democrats will finally have to present an argument, directly to Trinity, as to why only white people deserve freedom, and people like her, the South Vietnamese and the Iraqis need some sort of sadistic dictator to keep them in line. Should be amusing. Or sad. Depending on whether you care about millions of human beings living in slavery because of racist US Democrats.

Anyway, next challenge is to get a Fijian blogger active. Today I finally opened Yahoo Messenger contact with my old neighbour from Fiji. But I now need to spend time getting them used to the computer, then finding out what their political views actually are, and then getting them blogging.

Don't you think it's one hell of a coincidence that the world is just coming online now, creating an environment of totally free inquiry, just when we obtained the ability to actually liberate the world if we can present the required logic? You really believe that 13.7 billion years of completely random evolutionary/universe history has all led to this point? It's one hell of a stretch! And also not factual.




Walking with Humans

It occurred to me the other day that what I was doing here on earth in human form is exactly the same as what you see on some movies where a rich man dresses up as a beggar to see how rich people treat the poor. Well, I have dressed up as a human to find out how humans would treat me. It's certainly been eye-opening.

I know originally that I said I forgave humans since they were natural animals. That is still true. However, I have since changed my mind about allowing these people into Heaven. I'm not going to torture them in Hell, like the cruel God that so many imagine, but I'm not going to bother restoring their data. I think that would be the wrong thing to do. It's not fair on everyone else.

Anyway, it is interesting to negotiate the shape of a new world.

BTW Foddy, Omar said that he would stop the moderator from deleting your posts. Try again.




Iraqi Oil

One of the commenters challenged me to defend some new Iraqi law regarding oil.

Actually, I am opposed to Bush's desire to see Iraqi oil distributed to the Iraqi people. I think the Iraqis should not get used to getting handouts from the government. The Iraqi government should instead use the money to create the best infrastructure in the world, and invest extra money in international shares, and use the dividends to pay for things like free education, and social security. But the most important thing should be to avoid having to implement a taxation system. That will allow the economy to run as efficiently as possible.

On top of that, the Iraqis are mulling over getting some US companies to develop their oil fields, and those companies will get most of the subsequent oil revenue until the development costs have been paid off. This is perfectly reasonable. However, we don't live in a reasonable world. In the same way that I want Japanese, rather than whites, to colonize Africa, due to the anti-white racists that are prevailent in the world, it would be good for someone like Germany or Japan to develop the oil fields, to take away yet another argument from desperation from the left, that basically runs the massive Iraq war, with majority public support, was apparently all supported because some US companies would get a chance to pay to develop Iraq's oil fields (despite the fact that you can freely ask the war supporters why they supported it, and I've yet to find one who gave a damn about some unspecified US companies). The only way I would believe some huge Jewish/American conspiracy would be if I received a revelation from God saying exactly that. Which of course I did. But at least I had the sense (at least after a few days) to realise I'd been deliberately lied to in order to make me understand and have sympathy for the pea-brains on the left.

If for some reason the US companies are the only competent players in that field, then I would ask that the oil field development is simply deferred a couple of years, to push it into the Democrat presidency (assuming a Democrat victory anyway). This will mean the Iraqis lose out on getting the income more quickly, but too bad. It's still a far sight better than Saddam stealing everything. It's simply not strategic to be doing anything with oil that is in any way related to the US. It just gives ammunition to the left. It is strategic to take away that ammunition.

Also, even under the Democrats, wait until the US troops have completely vacated Iraq before allowing any US company to develop Iraq's oil fields, no matter how loudly the Iraqi government bleats that they want them in. It's funny how the Iraqi government is supposedly a puppet of the US, yet isn't pushing through the law changes that Bush wants (and that I oppose). The left tries to have it so many different ways.


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