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Libertarian activist since the late 1980s. Very frustrated about how the world is turning into a fascist nightmare... I'm polyglot - I speak and write fluent English, French and German. I'm also proficient in Italian. I love traveling and have been to over 50 countries, so far. I love debating intelligent people. I support individual and economic liberty as the only viable and decent way to arrange society. A person's liberty should only be restricted to prevent direct harm to the person or property of others - or the threat thereof. I hate statism and all ideologies that try to oppress and control other human beings. Socialism in all its forms, be it Communism, Nazism (National Socialism), Fascism or Social Democracy, is one of the most evil inventions, ever, surpassed in evil only by Islam, which totally destroys the mind of its followers. Anyone who believes in a "prophet" who committed robbery, rape, slavery, murder, torture, pedophilia and told his followers to believe his idiotic verses while rejecting reason, art, music and games doesn't deserve any respect. If you hate Jews, don't even think of contacting me - I can't stand antisemitic morons. Jews contributed massively to the progress of humanity. Note that my appreciation doesn't stop me from criticizing Jews I disagree with, ideologically. I still judge all people as individuals. My religious Jewish friends accept the fact that I'm atheist. As do my Christian, Hindu, Sikh and Buddhist friends. I don't care if you are religious as long as your religion doesn't tell you to kill me because I'm not a believer. I don't care what race you are either, as long as you don't hate me because I'm white. Never even try to tell me that it is wrong to be white. Or that I should express guilt for being white. I have a few choice words for such people - they are true racists, especially if they pretend to be anti-racist, but really just mean anti-white. I don't hate people for who they are - I'm not into identity politics. I believe that every individual must be judged by his or her own values and actions. But I'm very much aware of cultural differences and I will say very clearly when people misbehave based on their culture and I have no problem with objective facts that are politically incorrect. Don't like those facts, prove them wrong. If a group of people persists in behaving badly, then I will reject members of that group until they prove that they don't share in that group's values and behavior. I hate parasites. I can't stand grievance politics. If you're a feminist who thinks women are oppressed in western countries but who defends Islam, get lost - you clearly don't have the absolutely minimal IQ required to have a half-way intelligent debate. The same applies if you pretend to be an atheist and hate Christianity, but support Islam. That makes you anti-Christian, not Atheist. And if you're a communist, then Communism is your religion, so you're definitely not an Atheist. I only believe in what can be objectively established. I don't believe in any "consensus". What's true and proven doesn't require a consensus. The second someone talks about "consensus" or refers to some "authority", it means he can't back up his beliefs with hard facts. It's that simple. If you disagree with anything I said, then either politely debate the issue or keep the hell away from my page.
1.Everything is the way it is because it got that way. - Leslie Orgel or D'Arcy Thompson (unclear) 2.To live effectively is to live with adequate information. - Norbert Wiener 3.There are no solutions; there are only trade-offs. — Thomas Sowell 4.The more any quantitative social indicator is used for social decision-making, the more subject it will be to corruption pressures and the more apt it will be to distort and corrupt the social processes it is intended to monitor. - Donald T. Campbell 6. Disparate outcomes do NOT necessarily imply disparate treatment. 7. Correlation does not necessarily imply causation. 8. A managed democracy is a wonderful thing... for the managers... and its greatest strength is a 'free press' when 'free' is defined as 'responsible' and the managers define what is 'irresponsible'. - Robert A. Heinlein