Tuesday, 6 December 2016


So there I was yesterday, having spent most of the day steeped in grim, invasion-related news in multiple languages. Then, to end the day, I thought I'd give myself a break by engaging in a little light reading instead. I opened up a German PC magazine ("PC Welt" [PC World]) to be confronted by this.

The theme of the issue was "Data protection is more important than ever". The editor introduces it by going into an anti-Trump rant, claiming that Trump's election means everyone has to be more paranoid about data security.

When a notorious liar, who stirs up hatred against women, minorities, foreigners, gays and the press, is elected president of the USA, you must stop to think about it. 
This is from a PC Magazine, where the letters PC are supposed to stand for Personal Computer, not political correctness!

3 comments:

  1. 'Sebastian Hirsch': Hirsch is a Jewish name. Case explained.

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    1. Stupid?Hirsch is a normal german word for deer.

      Also Trump is a long supporter of Israel.Even his father has spend money for Israel people.

      So you and the PC freak are both paranoid freaks.

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  2. Efectivamente, totalmente de acuerdo con la opinión de Diversity en el artículo. Cierto.

    Es como si alguien entra en un portal de temática de tejidos o cocina y aparece alguien hablando de política ; adoctrinando al personal y la gente que visita la web.

    Ya no es lo que era PC magazine...( alguna subvención ha tenido lugar en la empresa.. )

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