"Fake" Comsec Found Everywhere

Zenaan Harkness zen at freedbms.net
Tue Sep 2 22:15:55 PDT 2014

Well said!

And well written.


On 9/2/14, John Young <jya at pipeline.com> wrote:
> Anxiety and fears about loss of privacy through surreptitious
> and ubiquitous technology, with concomintant rise of advocates
> of defenses, parallels the age-old scam of the devil inside
> humans attacking faith in god(s) requiring constant remediation
> by religion, in particular by buying into costly, elaborate edifices,
> ceremonies, couture, sermons, damnations, excommunications,
> informants, behavior police, burning of witches, celebrations
> of saints. Remind of the crypto wars still raging?
> Comsec might be seen as a cult of fetishistic technology,
> crypto its sacred text of salvation and protection from
> demons forever being publicized by the preachers of
> how to hide your sins from the sin spies, the main sin
> being apostasy about national security armed to the max
> with weapons of mass punishment of disbelievers of
> of one's own faith against that of competitors, especially
> competitiors setting up subversive storefronts of alternative
> faiths.
> Worse of all, the crypto-rebels writing their own code of
> sin and salvation, defying authorities, seducing youngsters,
> leaking secrets of the official corruption, mocking official
> old gods in favor or new ones home-brewed on the
> electronic frontier.
> Snake oil is as old as snakes whispering to naked apes
> once happy copulating without devils or gods hurling
> sand into the amply lubricated in and out to make new
> copulants free of imaginary fears and anxieties that
> pleasure is bad, don't seek it without permission,
> don't do it unless paid in advance, don't dream of
> it or the devil wins, don't self-satisfy or narcissism
> destroys. Right here are some helpful aids to control
> your urges by allowing experts to tell you what's right
> and wrong. You will need this protection inside
> and outside, everywhere, all the time. Let us
> pray. Your wallet please.

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