The BlackList

Juan juan.g71 at
Sun Nov 1 01:12:45 PDT 2015

On Sun, 1 Nov 2015 00:42:32 -0700
coderman <coderman at> wrote:

> On 11/1/15, Juan <juan.g71 at> wrote:
> > ...
> > 	There isn't much proof that 'enough incentives' will get
> > the job done. You just restated a baseless assertion.
> just because we've never had AP does not mean that it won't work.

	Sure. But I never said "It won't work because it's new". I'm
	just asking for more details. 

> there are plenty of cases where those with privileged access and
> lifetime reputation betray it for roughly millions or less, in USD.

	It seems (kinda obvious) to me that to get rid of 'high
	ranking' targets you need a 'professional' service, agree? 

	You are saying that those targets will be taken down by
	'traitors'? That can happen sometimes but I don't think it
	would be common. Also notice that 'traitors' a la snowden don't
	do it for money. And he didn't kill anybody either (and he's no
	anarchist anyway)

	Yet you are saying that a 'modern', big, very well
	funded government can be overthrown by buying off some of its
	members with a few million dollars? 

> the rest, assuming AP exists, becomes probabilities and patience.


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