duminică, 21 august 2011

Cum a infirmat Lăbăroiu un mit despre români



Mitul: românii e hoţi, ei fură de unde apucă, dar mai ales statul. Lăbăroiu vine şi demonstrează, cu cifre, falsitatea enunţului, deşi el dorea să arate fix contrariul, adică faptul că e hoţi, şi deci trebuie să li se ia banul public de la gură.

Despre ce este vorba: pus pe făcut anchete, Lăbăroiu ia la purecat dosarele celor care au cerut ajutor pentru încălzire. De aici înainte îl citez pe Adrian Năstase, care şi-a pus departamentele de la partid la săpat: "Documentul se refera la controlul privind acordarea de ajutoare pentru incalzirea de locuinte pentru anul in curs, deci este pentru 31.01-31.03.2011, iar echipa care a controlat, echipa instituita prin ordinul primului-ministru, a spus asa: la ora actuala sunt 1392293 de dosare in plata, din acestea a fost verificat un esantion de 417320, ceea ce reprezinta cam 30% din total. Concluzia lor a fost ca din cele 1392000 au fost gasite cu nereguli numai 73346, ceea ce reprezinta 5,2% din totalul dosarelor. Dupa aceea, continuand activitatea, au scos din plata numai 8900, ceea ce inseamna 6‰ din totalul dosarelor."

Păi, la cifra asta îi depăşim la cinste şi pe nemţi, şi pe japonezi! Pe bune! Să nu ne amăgim: peste tot în lume sistemele de acest gen, fie că sunt publice, fie că sunt private, atrag tot felul de indivizi, care vor să profite de ele. Nu degeaba cheltuiesc averi pe detectivi şi pe avocaţi firmele de asigurări! Şi cred că multe ar fi fericite cu doar 6 la mie rată de abuz!

 În loc să se ţină de mizerii de astea propagandistice, să acuze pe toată lumea de hoţie, cretinii ăştia care ne conduc ar face bine să ne spună clar: "Bă, noi suntem dreapta pulii! Tăiem tot ce înseamnă protecţie socială, că nu am furat suficient!" Şi ştim dracului un rost şi-o socoteală! 

Credeam că îl duce mintea cât de cât pe Lăbăroiu. Dar nu e decât un prost cu spume, o paţachină care nu ştie ce-a dat peste ea. Un personaj jalnic, care nu merită să strici nici măcar o flegmă pe el...

4 comentarii:

ken spunea...

TECHTOPIA (Partea I)

Nu stiu daca v-au ajuns deja la urechi stirile astea ori daca va vor face, pe unii, sa radeti iar pe altii sa se cruceasca. Altadata asemenea vesti probabil mi-ar fi starnit imaginatia, o unda de admiratie fata de potentialul creativitatii si geniului uman. Astazi insa -- stiind ceea ce stiu -- imi dau mai curand frisoane si ma duc cu gandul la monstruosi Dr. Frankenstein si lacustre “falanstere” cu curu-n sus.

Deci, fiindca s-a vorbit aici despre libertarienii loco (iar cativa “obiectivisti” aynrand-isti bastinasi cam nevrotici -- din off -- tin un ochi si pe blog-ul asta, dintre care, pe unii, i-am regasit la fel de nabadaiosi si pe la HuffingtonPost), m-am gandit ca stirile astea, care alminteri au facut ocolul presei saptamana trecuta, ar fi un fel de cireasa pe babelul libertariano-anarho-capitalist.

Pe scurt, va las pe dvs sa judecati acest articol-eseu: The Billionaire King of Techtopia: Critical Eye : Details
http://www.details.com/culture-trends/critical-eye/201109/peter-thiel-billionaire-paypal-facebook-internet-success#ixzz1VCNep352
din care am luat citatele de mai jos. Asa mai aflam si noi cine sunt liderii si increngaturile acestei miscari eterogene (deocamdata!) si ce vrea ei (sic!). Si de la cine se inspira ai nostri ...

“Peter Thiel rose to fame by launching PayPal and funding a little upstart called Facebook. You'll find his fingerprints on—and his seed money in—everything from DNA manipulation to Hollywood movies along with any Silicon Valley enterprise worth knowing about. Now the 43-year-old gay libertarian is embarking on his most ambitious venture: a start-up country on the open ocean that will be governed by his Ayn Rand—inspired ideology.
(***Legat de manipularea genetica si miscarea libertariana vedeti si articolul bine documentat de pe Wikipedia despre “Transhumanism”, miscare ideologica care l-a ingrozit pana si pe unul din mentorii neo-conilor, Fukuyama. Ca sa nu ne piara insa cu totul mandria nationala, e bine de stiut ca avem si noi “transhumanistul” nostru de elita, un roman-australian, azi, director de institut, profesor la Oxford etc., Julian Silvestru -- el insusi un utilitarian -- despre care puteti afla mai multe pe net.)


“Thiel—along with an all-star cast of venture capitalists, including former PayPal cohorts Ken Howery and Luke Nosek, and Sean Parker, the Napster cofounder and onetime Facebook president—established the Founders Fund. Among its quixotic but potentially highly profitable investments are SpaceX, a space-transport company, and Halcyon Molecular, which aspires to use DNA sequencing to extend human life."

Ken spunea...

TECHTOPIA (Partea aII-a)

[…]

"Big ideas start as weird ideas." That's Patri Friedman, a former Google engineer, the grandson of the Nobel Prize-winning economist Milton Friedman, and, as of 2008, when Thiel seeded him with the same initial investment sum he'd given Mark Zuckerberg four years earlier. (…)

It goes like this: Friedman wants to establish new sovereign nations built on oil-rig-type platforms anchored in international waters—free from the regulation, laws, and moral suasion of any landlocked country. They'd be small city-states at first, although the aim is to have tens of millions of seasteading residents by 2050. Architectural plans for a prototype involve a movable, diesel-powered, 12,000-ton structure with room for 270 residents, with the idea that dozens—perhaps even hundreds—of these could be linked together. Friedman hopes to launch a flotilla of offices off the San Francisco coast next year; full-time settlement, he predicts, will follow in about seven years; and full diplomatic recognition by the United Nations, well, that'll take some lawyers and time.

"The ultimate goal," Friedman says, "is to open a frontier for experimenting with new ideas for government." This translates into the founding of ideologically oriented micro-states on the high seas, a kind of floating petri dish for implementing policies that libertarians, stymied by indifference at the voting booths, have been unable to advance: no welfare, looser building codes, no minimum wage, and few restrictions on weapons.

It's a vivid, wild-eyed dream—think Burning Man as reimagined by Ayn Rand's John Galt and steered out to sea by Captain Nemo—but Friedman and Thiel, aware of the long and tragicomic history of failed libertarian utopias, believe that entrepreneurial zeal sets this scheme apart. One potential model is something Friedman calls Appletopia: A corporation, such as Apple, "starts a country as a business. The more desirable the country, the more valuable the real estate," Friedman says. When I ask if this wouldn't amount to a shareholder dictatorship, he doesn't flinch. "The way most dictatorships work now, they're enforced on people who aren't allowed to leave." Appletopia, or any seasteading colony, would entail a more benevolent variety of dictatorship, similar to your cell-phone contract: You don't like it, you leave. Citizenship as free agency, you might say. Or as Ken Howery, one of Thiel's partners at the Founders Fund, puts it, "It's almost like there's a cartel of governments, and this is a way to force governments to compete in a free-market way."

Ken spunea...

TECHTOPIA (Partea a II-a)

"Thiel put forth his views on the subject in a 2009 essay for the Cato Institute, in which he flatly declared, "I no longer believe that freedom and democracy are compatible." He went on: "The great task for libertarians is to find an escape from politics in all its forms," with the critical question being "how to escape not via politics but beyond it. Because there are no truly free places left in our world, I suspect that the mode for escape must involve some sort of new and hitherto untried process that leads us to some undiscovered country."
Until a libertarian colony can be established in outer space—Thiel is bullish on that idea, too, though he thinks the technology needs at least a half-century to develop—seasteading will have to suffice.

[…]

"There are quite a lot of people who think it's not possible," he told a crowd of true believers at the Seasteading Institute Conference in 2009. "That's a good thing. We don't need to really worry about those people very much, because since they don't think it's possible they won't take us very seriously. And they will not actually try to stop us until it's too late."

… si eu care zisesem la draci doar cu catva timp in urma sa ne lase, sa se mute ei undeva in loc pustiu, sa intemeieze o lume dupa fantasmagoriile lor … ce gura am avut … : )

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In alta ordine de idei, va semnalez un nou documentar BBC de Adam Curtis (autor al “The Power of Nightmares” & al) -- “All Watched Over by Machines of Loving Grace” care in State se gaseste la un pret de sapte ori mai mare deocamdata, poate voi il gasiti pe continent, mai convenabil.

Toate cele bune, prieteni!

John Galt spunea...

Ce mai faci Gheorghe? Bine, sanatos? Merge pensia?

:)