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  1. A friend sent this to me. Supposedly it comes from Johns Hopkins ... whatever, the science looks right. * The virus is not a living organism, but a protein molecule (DNA) covered by a protective layer of lipid (fat), which, when absorbed by the cells of the ocular, nasal or buccal mucosa, changes their genetic code. (mutation) and convert them into aggressor and multiplier cells. * Since the virus is not a living organism but a protein molecule, it is not killed, but decays on its own. The disintegration time depends on the temperature, humidity and type of material where it lies. * The virus is very fragile; the only thing that protects it is a thin outer layer of fat. That is why any soap or detergent is the best remedy, because the foam CUTS the FAT (that is why you have to rub so much: for 20 seconds or more, to make a lot of foam). By dissolving the fat layer, the protein molecule disperses and breaks down on its own. * HEAT melts fat; this is why it is so good to use water above 77 degrees Fahrenheit for washing hands, clothes and everything. In addition, hot water makes more foam and that makes it even more useful. * Alcohol or any mixture with alcohol over 65% DISSOLVES ANY FAT, especially the external lipid layer of the virus. * Any mix with 1 part bleach and 5 parts water directly dissolves the protein, breaks it down from the inside. * Oxygenated water helps long after soap, alcohol and chlorine, because peroxide dissolves the virus protein, but you have to use it pure and it hurts your skin. * NEVER shake used or unused clothing, sheets or cloth. While it is glued to a porous surface, it is very inert and disintegrates only -between 3 hours (fabric and porous), -4 hours (copper and wood) -24 hours (cardboard), - 42 hours (metal) and -72 hours (plastic). But if you shake it or use a feather duster, the virus molecules float in the air for up to 3 hours, and can lodge in your nose. * The virus molecules remain very stable in external cold, or artificial as air conditioners in houses and cars. They also need moisture to stay stable, and especially darkness. Therefore, dehumidified, dry, warm and bright environments will degrade it faster. * UV LIGHT on any object that may contain it breaks down the virus protein. For example, to disinfect and reuse a mask is perfect. Be careful, it also breaks down collagen (which is protein) in the skin. * The virus CANNOT go through healthy skin. * Vinegar is NOT useful because it does not break down the protective layer of fat. * NO SPIRITS, NOR VODKA, serve. The strongest vodka is 50% alcohol, and you need 65%. (151 proof rum will work) * LISTERINE IF IT SERVES! It is 65% alcohol. * The more confined the space, the more concentration of the virus there can be. The more open or naturally ventilated, the less. * You have to wash your hands before and after touching mucosa, food, locks, knobs, switches, remote control, cell phone, watches, computers, desks, TV, etc. And when using the bathroom. * You have to Moisturize dry hands from so much washing them, because the molecules can hide in the micro cracks. The thicker the moisturizer, the better. * Also keep your NAILS SHORT so that the virus does not hide there.
  2. https://www.foxnews.com/opinion/alvin-townley-lessons-on-enduring-coronavirus-isolation-from-these-heroes-of-vietnam Alvin Townley: Lessons on enduring coronavirus crisis from these heroes of Vietnam Former Vietnam POW reflects on Hanoi Hilton, Reveals secret survival strategy New heroes are emerging as America faces its latest crisis. Some ensure our sick receive care. Others sustain vital supply chains. Some simply wear pajamas, doing their small but important duty to combat the spread of COVID-19. American heroes have worn pajamas before. In fact, the men I admire most did their duty by enduring isolation, communicating without speaking face-to-face, and yes, wearing pajamas – scratchy, pink-striped pajamas. Their example becomes especially important today. During the 1960s, North Vietnamese rockets and artillery shattered the self-assumed invincibility of more than 400 U.S. military aviators who became prisoners of war in the Hanoi Hilton and other infamous camps. In a matter of seconds, their missions suddenly and unexpectedly became ones of fierce defiance, patient endurance, mutual support, and unknown duration. These men did not take confinement well. They were used to streaking across open sky at Mach 1, making aircraft bend to their will, and always completing their mission. Like many of us, they believed they had control of their world. In an instant, their lives irreversibly changed, much as ours have today. Inside prison camps, they chose patriotism and pain over comfort and cooperation. They refused to acquiesce to their captors and consequently faced brutal torture, solitary confinement, and soul-crushing deprivation. One POW, future U.S. Senator Jeremiah Denton, appeared on international television and covertly blinked out T-O-R-T-U-R-E in Morse code. No training had prepared them for the pain and intense solitude their new mission brought. At first, most POWs believed the ordeal would last several months. When future Adm. Bob Shumaker parachuted into North Vietnam on Feb. 11, 1965, he never imagined his sentence would last until Feb. 12, 1973: eight years and one day. In 1967, the North Vietnamese expelled Shumaker, Denton and nine other especially subversive POW leaders from the Hanoi Hilton and exiled them to a dreadful gulag these eleven POWs nicknamed Alcatraz. The “Alcatraz Gang” spent two years isolated in windowless four-by-nine-foot solitary cells. They spent 23 hours and 40 minutes per day confined inside, wearing leg irons at night. While in forced isolation for many years, the POWS improved their minds, helped one another, and imagined a better future. Together, they did their duty and survived. I met these notorious POWs while telling their story in my books "Defiant" and "Captured," and last month, I attended one’s funeral at Arlington National Cemetery. I was standing with Adm. Shumaker when an admirer approached him and marveled, “I never could have survived an experience like that.” Shumaker quietly responded, “Yes, you could have.” He meant the POWs had no choice. In many ways, neither do we. POWs had to survive day by day – sometimes minute by excruciating minute. They had to rely on their minds and their brother POWs. Apartments and homes shrink quickly when we isolate inside them, but at least our isolation comes with television, Wi-Fi and running water. The POWs focused on “getting their heads out of the box,” a technique still taught in military Survival Evasion Resistance and Escape (SERE) training. They relied on imagination and ingenuity to distract them from their reality; they never relinquished hope they would eventually go home. Shumaker tapped code through his concrete cell wall to teach French to future Congressman Sam Johnson. In return, Johnson, an Air Force Thunderbird pilot, taught aerobatics. Several POWs used the same “Tap Code” to share elaborate menus, tapping out recipes for favorite meals. Many POWs spent weeks mentally constructing homes in their mind – calculating precise needs for bricks, wires and lumber. Shumaker now lives in the airy house he “built” while imprisoned in Hanoi. The POWs did all this knowing torture might come at any minute. Americans at home today face threats of illness, food and medical scarcity, and income and job loss. Some face the challenge of children confined to quarters. The aging POWs and their fellow Vietnam veterans who sacrificed so dearly now recognize their vulnerability to this new disease. Ours is not an easy battle. Perhaps we can all draw inspiration and lessons from these former POWs as we choose how to respond to today’s crisis. While in forced isolation for many years, they improved their minds, helped one another, and imagined a better future. Together, they did their duty and survived. As Adm. Shumaker would suggest, we too can endure and prevail.
  3. ============================================================https://www.tothepointnews.com/2020/03/italys-communist-recipe-for-disaster/ Published March 24, 2020 ByGiacomino Nicolazzo Montecalvo, Lombardy, Italy. As I sit here in my involuntary isolation, it was just reported that overnight 743 more people died and 5.249 new cases have been reported. This brings the total cases of infection to 69,176 and the body count to 6,820. We take relief in knowing that 8,326 people have recovered so far. (Numbers as of 3/24, 8:30pm in Italy.) Most towns here in Italy, from the upper reaches of the Alps to the ancient shores of Sicilia and Sardenia, while not deserted, are closer to being ghost towns than the bustling centers of tourism, business and daily life they were just a few weeks ago. Stores and shops have been shuttered. Restaurants and coffee shops no longer serve customers. Schools, universities, sporting arenas.. even our museums and theaters.. all closed. Even the Vatican City has closed its gates and armed patrols monitor the 20 foot tall walls that protect it! Streets and roads are now empty for as far as the eye can see. Normally they would be filled with crazed Italian drivers in tiny cars and scooters (the ones that sound like demonic insects) darting here and there, reaching the limits of centrifugal force on our roundabouts. In the piazze of our towns and cities, there are now officially more pigeons than people. Many of us know someone who has been infected and recovered. Some of us know someone who did not recover.. now they are dead. But everyone knows someone who has been affected by this microscopic monster in one way or another. Sixty million of us are in lockdown.. it is like a war zone here. We are being held prisoner in our own homes by an unseen enemy that sneaked in unnoticed.. by most of us. As you will read in just a few more minutes, there were those who knew something like this was coming.. or at least they should have. So who is to blame? With all this craziness swirling like a whirlpool at our feet, I just had to find the blame answer. And so I have spent my free time (of which I have a lot in these days) digging and researching. I was literally shocked to discover how this has come to be. I am not going to bore you with talk of Patient '0' who spread it to Patient '1' and how mathematics efficiently explains the rapid expansion of infection. No.. I am going to tell you how (as I see it) the virus came to Italy. It has everything to do with communists. Allow me to explain. Beginning in about 2014, Matteo Renzi, the imbecile ex-mayor of Firenze (Florence) acting as the leader of the Partito Democratico (synonymous with the Italian Communist party), somehow managed to get himself elected as Italy's Prime Minister. To give you a proper frame of reference, Matteo Renzi was so far left, he would make Barack Obama look like Barry Goldwater! At the same time that Renzi was leading Italy into oblivion, strange things were happening in Italy's economy. Banks were failing.. but not closing. Retirement ages were being extended.. for some reason the pension funds were dwindling or disappearing. The national sales tax we call IVA (Value Added Tax) rose from 18% to 20%, then to 21% and again to 22%. And in the midst of all this financial chicanery, the Chinese began furiously buying up Italian real estate and businesses in the North. Now the reason I mention Renzi and the Chinese together is that strange things were also going on between the governments of Italy and China. A blind eye was being turned to the way the Chinese were buying businesses in the financial, telecommunication, industrial and fashion sectors of Italy's economy, all of which take place in Milano. To be brief.. China was getting away with purchases and acquisitions in violation of Italian law and EU Trade Agreements with the US and the UK.. and no one in either of those countries (not Obama in the US or Cameron in the UK) said a thing in their country's defense. As a matter of fact, much of it was hidden from the public in all three countries. In 2014, China infused the Italian economy with ,5 billion through purchases of companies costing less than ,100 million each. By the time Renzi left office (in disgrace) in 2016, Chinese acquisitions had exceeded ,52 billion. When the dust settled, China owned more than 300 companies.. representing 27% of the major Italian corporations. The Bank of China now owns five major banks in Italy.. all of which had been secretly (and illegally) propped up by Renzi using pilfered pension funds! Soon after, the China Milano Equity Exchange was opened and much of Italy's wealth was being funneled back to the Chinese mainland. Chinese state entities own Italy's major telecommunication corporation (Telecom) as well as its major utilities (ENI and ENEL). Upon entry into the telecommunication market, Huawei established a facility in Segrate, a suburb of Milano. It launched is first research center there and worked on the study of microwaves which has resulted in the possibly-dangerous technology we call 5G. China also now owns controlling interest in Fiat-Chrysler, Prysmian and Terna. You will be surprised to know that when you put a set of Pirelli tires on your car, the profits are going to China. Yep.. the Chinese colossus of ChemChina, a chemical industry titan, bought that company too! Last but not least is Ferretti yachts.. the most prestigious yacht builder in Europe. Incredibly, it is no longer owned by the Ferretti family. But the sector in which Chinese companies invested most was Italy's profitable fashion industry. The Pinco Pallino, Miss Sixty, Sergio Tacchini, Roberta di Camerino and Mariella Burani brands have been acquired by 100%. Designer Salvatore Ferragamo sold 16% and Caruso sold 35%. The most famous case is Krizia, purchased in 2014 by Shenzhen Marisfrolg Fashion Company, one of the leaders of high-priced, ready-to-wear fashions in Asia. Throughout all of these purchases and acquisitions, Renzi's government afforded the Chinese unrestricted and unfettered access to Italy and its financial markets, many coming through without customs inspections. Quite literally, tens of thousands of Chinese came in through Milano (illegally) and went back out carrying money, technology and corporate secrets. Thousands more were allowed to enter and disappeared into shadows of Milano and other manufacturing cities of Lombardy, only to surface in illegal sewing shops, producing knock-off designer clothes and slapping 'Made In Italy' labels on them. All with the tacit approval of the Renzi government. It was not until there was a change in the governing party in Italy that the sweatshops and the illegal entry and departure of Chinese nationals was stopped. Matteo Salvini, representing the Lega Nord party, closed Italy's ports to immigrants and systematically began disassembling the sweatshops and deporting those in Italy illegally. But his rise to power was short-lived. Italy is a communist country.. socialism is in the national DNA. Ways were found to remove Salvini, after which the communist party, under the direction of Giuseppe Conte, reopened the ports. Immediately, thousands of unvetted, undocumented refugees from the Middle East and East Africa began pouring in again. Access was again provided to the Chinese, under the old terms, and as a consequence thousands of Chinese, the majority from Wuhan, began arriving in Milano. In December of last year, the first inklings of a coronavirus were noticed in Lombardy.. in the Chinese neighborhoods. There is no doubt amongst senior medical officials that the virus was brought here from China. By the end of January 2020 cases were being reported left and right. By mid-February the virus was beginning to seriously overload the Lombardy hospitals and medical clinics. They are now in a state of collapse. The Far-Left politicians sold out and betrayed the Italian people with open border policies and social justice programs. One of the reasons the health care system collapsed so quickly is because the Renzi government (and now continued under the Conte government) redirected funds meant to sustain the medical system, to pay for the tens of thousands of immigrants brought in to Italy against the will of the Italian people. If you remember the horrible earthquake that decimated the villages around Amatricia, in the mountains east of Rome in 2015, you would also remember how the world responded by sending millions of dollars to help those affected. But there is a law in Italy that prevents private donations to charitable Italian organizations. All money and donations received must be turned over to a government agency, who in turn is to appropriate the funds as needed. But that agency is corrupt just as are all the others. Most of the money never reached a single victim in the mountains. The Renzi government redirected the vast majority of those funds to pay for the growing immigrant and refugee costs. As the economy worsened under the burden of illegal immigration, compounded by gross government spending and incompetence, unemployment rose quickly.. especially among young people. The unemployment rate for men and women under age 35 is close to 40%. So more money was diverted from the health care system and used to pay what is known here as guaranteed income. Whether you work or not you are paid here, especially if you belong to the PD! The government simply raises taxes on those who do work. Let me give you a quick example of the height of insanity to which Italian taxation has risen. If you live in a building that has a balcony or balconies.. and any of those balconies cast a shadow on the ground, you must pay a public shadow tax! I will say no more! The point I am trying to make here is that not only did the Chinese bring the virus to Italy (and the rest of the world) it was far-Left politics and policies that facilitated it. This should hopefully be a warning to Americans that while they work to rid themselves of the China Virus, they should just as vehemently endeavor to rid their government of any politician that circumvents the Constitution and ignores the laws of the land.. plain and simple. Giacomino Nicolazzo is one of Italy's most beloved writers. Born and raised in Central Pennsylvania, he lives in a small village in Lombardy where he writes his books.
  4. The South Koreans are on top of this thing for one main reason -- and we can learn a lot from them -- they were prepared. They have been expecting something like this, and had worked out in advance how to respond to various scenarios. Seventy years ago, they, we, got caught by surprise by the North Koreans. No one expected such a move, although when Dean Acheson (our Sec of State at the time) made a speech which implied that Korea was not inside our defense perimeter, this didn't help. They invaded without warning. We almost got pushed into the sea. Unprepared garrison troops in Japan, out of shape and unprepared, were thrown into the path of the advancing North Korean army. [ If you want to read what happens when you're not prepared but have to fight anyway, read this: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Battle_of_Osan ] The men who fought in Korea don't get nearly enough credit and recognition now. Anyway, the South Koreans know that life can go from routine, boring 'normalcy' one day, to total chaos and intense fear the next. And they're going to be prepared for that. In light of the Chinese Communist Virus, this is the main lesson the militia movement should be driving home day after day to the rest of the conservative movement (we can forget about the liberals). They think it's enough to vote every two years for whoever is the Republican nominee, and that life will go on. After all, we survived eight years of Bill Clinton and eight years of Mr Obama. How bad can it be? Very bad. Things have changed. And they can change overnight: whether or not you can walk down the street can be decided by men with guns. Welcome to the real world. We've got to get ready.
  5. Whoa... wonderful! I think the militia movement had a rocky start, because it began in parallel with some dubious groups like the Sovereign Citizens and Christian Identity ... the movement seems, most groups at least, to be pretty clear on the necessity of being open to all Americans, regardless of race, color or creed -- although it's clear some of us have not learned to distinguish between Islamists and Islam -- and most militia groups I have looked at make it very clear that we are not "anti-government" when government is behaving itself and acting within the confines of the Constitution. (It always makes me laugh when I see outfits like the Southern Poverty Law Center labelling the militia movement "anti-government extremists", since on their side of the barricades, they happily consort with people whose open, declared aim, is the achievement of a Soviet America. At the beginning of the Iraq war, there were two large national anti-war groups formed to protest it -- one was called 'Not In My Name', and the other was 'A.N.S.W.E.R.' -- because of my particular background, I knew within a minute who had set up each group: the first one was run by the Revolutionary Communist Party, and the second by the Workers World Party, both of the explicitly communist groups. But no liberal went around shrieking about 'anti-government extremists', and neither is on the SPLC list of 'hate' groups, although I assure that they both are full to the brim and running over with hate. We need to learn from the past. The militia movement of thirty years ago made itself vulnerable to outside attack -- all it took was a Timothy McVeigh -- not a militia member -- to destroy it. I think we have to fight on several fronts -- and one of them is the front the Tea Party was covering: we've got to take over the Republican Party and change into a party of America's working people, the ordinary American, not the party of the Donor Class. I do hope you'll take an active part in our discussions here. There is absolutely no substitute for experience.
  6. Since 1987? That probably makes you our oldest-serving member, How did you find our site?
  7. Greetings  and welcome! Interesting times in which we live! And they will probably get even more so.
    May I ask how you found our website?

    1. Danite

      Danite

      I have numerous contacts in the militia and from survival and prepper outlets (meetings, shows, etc.) and collect as many contacts as possible to network with.  Don't recall with specificity how I first found this particular site, but thought I had seen it before.  Some of the older ones have gone belly up over the past five or six years.  

  8. A friend of mine sent me this: Latest list of social justice inserts in virus Bill Not one of these things has the tiniest connection with the situation that Congress is supposed to be dealing with. That the Democrats are pushing hard to use this crisis to implement things that would never get passed in the normal course of legislation is truly awful, it's partisan political game playing at a time when everyone really should be above such underhanded crap. Sadly, it tells us all how fanatic they have become, that they simply don't know when to dial back, that they are so berserk on their agenda that they absolutely cannot stop. This is like the guy whose house is on fire who insists the firefighters use one of their hoses to water his lawn. It doesn't just make me angry, it makes me sad to see otherwise intelligent people get so twisted by their passion to remake the society that they become blind to the reality around them. Corporate pay statistics by race and race statistics for all corporate boards at companies receiving assistance. Bailing out all current debt of postal service Required early voting Required same day voter registration 10k bailout for student loans For companies accepting assistance, 1/3 of board members must be chosen by workers Provisions on official time for union collective bargaining Full offset of airline emissions by 2025 Greenhouse gas statistics for individual flights Retirement plans for community newspaper employees $15 minimum wage at companies receiving assistance Permanent paid leave at companies receiving assistance
  9. We have to remember that there are two dangerous diseases loose in America today: the Chinese Communist Virus, and the Democrats, and President Trump has to fight both of them at the same time. If the Democrats didn't exist, he might be saying and doing something different.
  10. Yes. They're going to be involved in this virus thing. Nothing to worry about. We should be helping however we can.
  11. Just read this ... I had not realized the problem of desktop/laptop computer, vs mobile phone vs tablet. What a nightmare. It might be useful to try to carry out a user survey about the site's structure. The problem with being the designer of something, is that the designer has a deep intuitive idea of how the thing he's designed works. But it may not be at all obvious to a new user. In my opinion, there should be a very strict division between 'forum' posts, in which anyone can post anything, and subsequent threads push other down into obscurity ... on the one hand .... and 'sticky' threads, on the other, which should be separate form the anyone-can-say-anything-about-anything forums, and which should only contain contain that we have vetted and edited to conform to certain site standards. Sort of like having a public notice board, where anyone can stick up anything, but also having a library, where we choose the books.
  12. That Tariq Ramadan quote is completely fake. Would anyone like to bet me on that? I'll give you five to one odds. We'll find a judge that we both trust, we'll put up our money with that judge ... I suggest $5000 from me, and $1000 from any poor sucker who actually believes this is a real a quote. And then your $1000 will go to financing this website. How about it? It's good, though, to see that anyone can post anything they like on this site. Soon we'll be having the Nazi Party putting up caricatures of Jews and the KKK advocating lynching. Mustn't offend anyone.
  13. This is so wrong! Please please please, reconsider. There is no such thing as 'Islam', just as there is no such thing as 'Christianity'. There are many 'Islams'. There are many 'Christianities'. What is in common between Roman Catholicism and the Mormons and the Jehovah's Witnesses? In what sense is the Christianity of today, the same as the Christianity that burnt heretics at the stake 500 years ago? Just the word. Religions change. There are several kinds of Islam. The Ahmadi sect, for instance, which numbers between ten and twenty million followers. Here is what this group of Muslims believe: In keeping with this, he believed his objective was to defend and propagate Islam globally through peaceful means, to revive the forgotten Islamic values of peace, forgiveness and sympathy for all mankind, and to establish peace in the world through the teachings of Islam. He believed that his message had special relevance for the Western world, which, he believed, had descended into materialism. Ahmadi teachings state that all the major world religions had divine origins and were part of the divine plan towards the establishment of Islam as the final religion, because it was the most complete and perfected the previous teachings of other religions (but they believe that all other religions have drifted away from their original form and have been corrupted). The message which the founders of these religions brought was, therefore, essentially the same as that of Islam, albeit incomplete. The completion and consummation of the development of religion came about with the advent of Muhammad. However, the global conveyance, recognition and eventual acceptance of his message (i.e. the perfection of the manifestation of Muhammad's prophethood) was destined to occur with the coming of the Mahdi. Thus, Ahmadi Muslims regard Mirza Ghulam Ahmad as that Mahdi and, by extension, the "Promised One" of all religions fulfilling eschatological prophecies found in the scriptures of the Abrahamic religions, as well as Zoroastrianism, the Indian religions, Native American traditions and others. And how do the other Muslims react toward this branch of Islam? [Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ahmadiyya ] Many Muslims have backward beliefs. They don't believe in religious freedom -- their views are much closer to those of the Puritans who first arrived in America, who didn't believe in religious freedom either. Others do. Here's an organization doing excellent work to counter Islamism: https://www.quilliaminternational.com/ [The vile Southern Poverty Law Center called them a 'hate group' and got their pants sued off by them.] And others are indifferent to their religion in reality, paying it lip service, but not really taking it seriously as a guide for their daily lives. Just like many Christians. I have had many Muslim students of this sort -- some of them welcomed the American invasion of Iraq. One of my Iranian Muslim students said she wanted the Americans to keep on going into Iran. I have two Muslim friends, a couple -- he founded a very successful software company and is now retired and studying astrophysics. She helps out the police in counter-terrorism work and absolutely loathes Islamists. Please reconsider. There will be American Muslims who are on our side, just as there will be American Christians who are our deadly enemies.
  14. This event reminds me why I was a communist in my youth.Summary: the UK is closing down, like other countries. There will be economic hardship all round, no question. And those who own only their labor-power will be hit the hardest. The answer is not government ownership of the economy, but we can argue that elsewhere. However, there is unavoidable hardship ... and then there is being a pig.We have a hotel chain in the UK, called Britannia Hotels. I don't recommend staying in it under normal circumstances: it has been voted the worst hotel chain in the country, for seven years running. [ https://www.theguardian.com/busines...orst-chain-seventh-year-in-a-row-which-survey ] On the other hand, maybe that's made them lower their prices and the tradeoff would have been worth it. Free market and all that.But now ... here is what these pigs did: they sacked their staff (mainly overseas workers), and evicted them, with no notice. Out on the street, immediately. Here's the story:https://www.theguardian.com/uk-news...2-staff-over-coronavirus-making-them-homelessClick on it, read it.Of course, these pigs immediately tried to CYA:https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/ar...wner-Britannia-Hotels-claims-admin-error.htmlI've followed the story ... nowhere does it say they rehired the staff or fired the pig who did the sacking. I contacted them. No reply, of course. Stonewall it. No one cares, right?So ... I would like to request everyone to repost this story wherever you can: Facebook, Twitter, whatever other forums you are on.And -- most important -- email them and tell them you will never ever ever stay in their filthy hotels again, and that you are going to spread the word among all your friends to do the same. A couple of days have passed now and they're probably saying, 'Ha, it's all blown over'. No it hasn't. It doesn't matter whether you ever did or ever would stay in one of their hotels. Go ahead and lie. God will forgive you.Here's their contact details. It will take you thirty seconds to type in a message: https://www.britanniahotels.com/contact-usWhat they did is disgusting purely in its own right. As a tiny footnote, this is what makes idealistic young people become Reds -- by this act they probably recruited five thousand kids to the Incredibly Revolutionary Socialist Proletarian Peoples Party or whatever the toy revolutionaries call themselves nowadays.And I think that it would be just terrible.... really really terrible ... if, in a year or two, when things are back to normal ... if they're still in business ... some Hacktivists made their website an ongoing never-ending target for denial-of-service attacks and the like, unpredictably, every few months. I would cry myself to sleep over that.Capitalism, with all its brutality, is the only system that brings prosperity. There is no alternative. But some of its worst enemies are certain capitalists themselves.Make them suffer.

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