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Hmmmmmm.......

Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by {PhD} Dolt, Sep 15, 2001.

  1. {PhD} Dolt

    {PhD} Dolt New Member

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    Just wondering,,, How many computers Afghanistan and other countries that harbor terrorists have hooked up to the net and are vulnerable to attack....

    ( not that I am endorsing this type of activity ) ;)
     
  2. G-Fresh

    G-Fresh Red

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    Not many I should imagine, Afghanistan is such a backwards country it has virtually no infastructure. Other countries don't allow Internet use, like Iraq.
     
  3. Chronic

    Chronic unʒuckwithable

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    Lack of information = ignorance.

    Internet = information.

    therefor:

    Lack of internet = ignorence. (to a certain degree)

    More social ignorence = more power to the government.

    Governments like power, so they withhold information wherever possible. In the US they can't get away with it, in the middle east it is farely easy.
     
  4. phatcat

    phatcat akward cat

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    Chronic, right on the nose

    when a GOV hold info, they are controling.

    all GOVs do it, even ours. some really is protecting... some is not.

    no nation is really "free" just levels of opression, I know its kinna a bleak way of putting it :hmm:

    I find the US one of the less Opressive. I like my home, I love my nation. I know there is somethings that I'm not allowed to do, but hey, I could have been born in some poor Opressed country. :(
     
  5. G-Fresh

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    You're exactly right Chronic, I'm just glad I'm English, sure I can't do absolutely anything I want, but at least I'm not told how to think.
     

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