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  1. Pedophilia is a rape or sexual assault of an adult on a minor and incest is really not something you can naturally decide to do. Incest is done because of a religious indoctrination etc. (example with the religion of Rael where there is the insect with the pedophilia combined) or ideological type to create a human line of pure blood. To talk about the normalization of gay marriage as if it were the same or comparable with the normalization of pedophilia and the insect is at best trolling.
  2. How can we do the difference between a troll and a cybercriminal ? Simple, we make the distinction thanks to the criterion of the offences of the law because troll or not an individual remains responsible for his acts and his words. As an example I will take a fictional character who is always confused with troll namely the Joker. When we say it's a troll it also means it's not serious, it's a joke and the Joker has a name to say that he is a joker. But the fact that he kills, commits crimes with a smile or in jest does not eliminate his criminal acts, so that despite appearances he is not so much a joker as a criminal. Now we say cybercriminal to talk about a criminel who makes crimes on the net. ( cyberdelinquent is put with cybercriminal a bit like fake news is put with false news )
  3. As often it likes to make in particular the amalgam between a troll and a cybercriminal (example with Jessi Slaughter that the troll but in a sense cybercriminal with very real consequences for her) I make a topic in connection with the cybercrime. First on the French-speaking net it warns of the danger on two techniques frequently used by the cybercriminals : 1) phishing : Phishing is a very common online malicious technique. The objective: to impersonate someone in order to obtain personal information and banking identifiers for criminal use. a) The cybercriminal disguises himself as a trusted third party (banks, administrations, access providers...) and sends a fraudulent message, or one containing a booby-trapped attachment, to a large list of contacts. The message invites the recipients to update their personal (and often banking) information on a falsified site to which they are redirected. b) The list includes a large number of contacts and increases the chances that one of the recipients will feel targeted by the message. c) With one click, they are redirected to the fake site which will collect all the information they provide. d) This information is then made available to the cybercriminal who only has to make use of the identifiers, passwords or banking data recovered. 2) ransomware : Ransomware is a malicious computer program that is becoming more and more widespread. The objective: to encrypt data and then ask the owner to send money in exchange for the key to decrypt it. a) The cybercriminal spreads a message that contains attachments and/or booby-trapped links. The body of the message contains a well-written message, sometimes in French, which asks to pay a bill quickly, for example. b) With one click, the software is downloaded on the computer and starts encrypting personal data: office documents (.doc, .xls, .odf...etc), photos, music, videos...etc. c) Once the files have become inaccessible, a message is displayed asking for a ransom to be paid in "bitcoin" or via a prepaid card in exchange for the decryption key. Beware, nothing indicates that the decryptor in question is effective!
  4. Basically it's joining the gang of Ra's al Ghul [movie Batman Begins] and apply his philosophy.
  5. Scientology and Muslim Brotherhood conspire, not so hard but no one cares about the real conspiracies. What is harder to find are the conspiracies made in Hollywood, the super conspiracies who are quite improbable... but when you confuse misinformation and information it is not so hard to find. With just the internet connection I already found the Illuminati conspiracy.
  6. To really believe no but the idea that sheeps, badgers, donkeys, wolves, hyenas or vultures could be reincarnated by taking the appearance of humans, it makes me think.
  7. Always the same, you remove the sophisms, the propaganda and there is nothing left about Jesus. Otherwise it gives physical evidence, Shroud of Turin and arguments or evidence from "scientists" working for STURP. Whether Jesus is a fictional character like Adam or a character with a real basis (but a bit more serious than for example a mouse as real base for Mickey) doesn't seem possible to me but the interest with Jesus behind this question of existence or non-existence is to see that people are indoctrinated, conditioned or manipulated into believing it whereas if we look for methods against disinformation, propaganda, it seems to me that we are led to reject a historical consensus based on wind.
  8. Godless Engineer : "Tonight's show is a bit different in that Dr. Richard Carrier is responding to Bart Herman's Holy Koolaid interview on the Historical Jesus. Recently Dr. Bart Ehrman went on @Holy Koolaid's channel to discuss the historical Jesus and it was historically a disaster. It was so bad that even the commenters on the video were calling out Ehrman's poor understanding." In the comments to the video Michael Champion says something interesting : "I think people are forgetting what education Bart Ehrman has. He does not have a history degree, or a comparative religion degree, all he has is biblical studies and theology degrees from Bible institutions. He was taught to be an apologist, not a historian, and I feel we take him too seriously when he speaks about history. He proved in his debate with Price that he is not well read outside of the bible, he had not even read the early 20th century critiques of the religion." So Bart D. Ehrman's argument from authority is not even particularly strong. I think there must be stronger arguments of authority to establish the existence of Jesus.
  9. Yes message of Jesus, teaching of Jesus but yes in real just writings in the book Bible when you don't make the puppet Jesus speak in the Koran.
  10. The fact that we think his name is Jesus is already a hint that this is fake news. Then to make it less obvious, we'll give it another name like Yeshua Ben Yosef but the basic problem remains the same, beyond the arguments of authority, of ignorance, fallacies what is left ? Nothing If I take the story of Räel claiming to be Jesus' half-brother, going on a spaceship, talking to aliens etc. We don't presume that he (Claude Vorhilhon) didn't exist (he's not even dead yet, but if he were it wouldn't matter) because we have evidence that is a bit more serious than arguments of authority etc. Did Santa Claus exist historically ? Ah yes in English it's easy to say yes because the name makes us understand that it's a falsification of the Santa Claus story but in French we say Père Noël and no one will believe that he existed even we can say that he never existed since the story we are sold has too little to do with a bishop of Myra in Lycia. In the case of Jesus, as in the case of Moses, Abraham the opposite reasoning applies. Why are you so keen to believe that because there are clearly myths that means that these characters must have really existed and cannot have been invented ?
  11. I remember seeing a lot of badgers who were convinced that ET and his buddies had moved to Earth through videos on Reddit It led me to blacklist Reddit pretty quickly for apology to stupidity. For Fox news or Fake news TV, what it decides, it tells... I don't really care. Otherwise on Facebook for example it seems to me that it has already counted at least 6 billion fake accounts so I was wondering how many fake accounts there could be on Reddit. If you take out the bots and the guys who get paid to mark bullshit, how many people participate in Reddit ?
  12. 🤔Perhaps there's some missing information that people are missing on social networks ? In theory there are at least 81 countries where there are disinformation organizations that constantly produce disinformation. At least 48 countries have used private disinformation companies that have made a lot of fake accounts managed by both humans and robots to amplify the disinformation. Facebook, twitter, reddit, 4chan ➡️ disinformation is just the norm.
  13. Hi, as such there is nothing really interesting about the incel but on social networks you can find a lot of people pretending (can be multi-accounts or robots programmed to be incels) to be incels and advertising of the type " you still have money, you have no success with women, don't wait any longer, go to fuck prostitutes ". Incels that sell are killers of women and in short you can go directly to watch the serial killer channel,
  14. So that's the name of the video and I think that Canadians or people with language skills are already laughing. A Canadian from an English-speaking area has the opportunity to practice English intensively and it is the language that he uses as a tool to communicate, so in the end it is quite normal that he will succeed. A Canadian from the francophone zone is not supposed to have television, radio, school etc. in English and he has to speak French but I think that it should not be very difficult to go to the anglophone zone to practice and as English is a useful language in my opinion rare are those who are not bilingual or a very good level. The gifted in language, they know how to speak several languages and English is their basic language even if it is not their mother tongue. Clearly if you didn't understand, this video makes sense because it is not aimed at people who have English as their mother tongue, people who have the ability to have the cheat code of the big practice and people gifted in language. _____ The first thing I noticed is that the English language is different from the other languages because even if the video is in English I can understand it whereas if I took a video in German, Japanese or any other language (except his mother tongue) it would not be possible. This is in my opinion the real reason why everybody thinks that English is the easiest language but if we talk about high level of language I think that all languages are difficult and there is not really any easier than others. His arguments : 1) Spelling Compared to French, it's a joke. At first spelling is not a concern, it's more about picking up the sounds and knowing what words they relate to that is a concern. Then to know what this or that means, the subtitles become important to know precisely what these words, this expression etc. mean thanks to the help of a translator, dictionary. So in short, writing and spelling are important but it starts with speaking first and therefore it is difficult not to know that for example would be pronounced wood. Otherwise it is true that everything related to learning the language in writing is problematic because of the ignorance of the pronunciation of words. 2) Pronunciation This is not a joke, it's really difficult. Actually, as much to say that there are several English pronunciation (American, English, Australian...) which makes it all the more difficult to get there. 3) Amount of vocabulary Obviously vocabulary is a difficulty in any language because you have to learn unfamiliar words but I don't find English difficult due to the amount of vocabulary. There are quite a few words that exist in French (we just need to familiarize ourselves with the English pronunciation), the word get often used and if we all know little words like up, down, out, on, off, back, etc. phrasal verbs will be not difficult to learn (I mean it's not like we have to learn real new words). 4) Phrasal verbs Yes it is a difficulty because that confuses and sometimes we believe that we have understood but in fact not because deceived by this combination of words forming a new meaning of words. 5) Tenses It is not really a difficulty when we are content to listen and understand what we are told but as soon as we try to speak it becomes a difficulty. Otherwise the difficulties are due to contractions and speed. I will not is easy, I won't more difficult (because confusion with I want ). I would like is ok I'd like more difficult and same for I will and I'll (because confusion with I like and I + verb to present) 6) Articles a, an, the I find difficult when to know when to put the or not to put it. Then I find more difficult in, into, under, on, to, for, since, at, of the, that (use or not), from who* (here I don't know if I have to use who or that) pose problem.
  15. I don't imagine myself to be this fuckwit. Otherwise, these stories related to the coronavirus don't interest me. I was vaccinated but I wasn't charged and I don't care about the news made in conspiracy.com. I'm more interest about cybercrime, mind control, harassment, road hazards, aggressions because it is the present dangers that I find more problematic.
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