Murphy had many laws to his name, but his most famous will always be: “Anything that can go wrong will go wrong.” As a guiding principle in terms of government rule, this implies: “Never construct anything or do anything that can lead to irreparable damage to the environment in general, including humans.”
Keeping that in mind, I have a couple of questions I need to ask. I don’t mind handing you the answers.
Q: What’s a suicide union that provides poison to anyone, even without a permit, that doesn’t die out? A: A homicide union.
Q: What percentage of murderers, rapists, and child molesters run free, when you only allow 20% of all charges to be pressed for 10 years, focusing on traffic violations? A: Between 800% and 1000% of what you would normally catch in one year when you register and investigate all charges.
Q: How long does a molten down nuclear power plant work? A: Within your lifetime, until everything that gets near it is dead.
Q: What happens when party-leaders enforce their right to veto? A: A majority of votes are based on a minority principle.
Q: What’s wrong with the Netherlands when you on Twitter get angry at the government and curse at them ánd drug dealers start to defend them there based on the fact that you use foul language? A: Everything.
Q: What happens when you introduce a norm called the Balkenende-norm, that introduces a maximum wage for social managers that’s way higher than what they were making? A: They all demand to make more money, introducing expenses beyond the reach of the social system!
Q: What pieces are still standing at the end of a game of chess, when two perfect players face each other? A: Two kings, the people are dead.
Q: Is it better to steal one bike or 500 in the Netherlands? A: You get to do your time in parallel, so based on risk-reward management, you should steal 500 (and preferably even more).
Q: What does it mean that crime rates go down when Muslims migrate to your country? A: Either Muslims subdue crime or the police only capture Muslims and disregard the rest. (The correct answer is that every group of people has the same percentage of crooks, criminals, and disordered.)
Q: What would have happened if the Netherlands during WWII had used the efficiency it was so well-known for in terms of bureaucracy, to defend the country in the same way that they registered all religions, which greatly helped to exterminate Jews? A: They could have defeated the minority-rule and freed Germany from its oppressor.
Q: What’s a quant? A: A quant is a person that gets that when you have one or more server systems with many virtual clients that you set up working together, making it difficult to detect, buying worthless shares slightly under their actual already worthless values from each other, you can drive up the price that way until the shares gain enough value to re-enter the market, so people buy them, allowing that quant to collect the sum total of all differences between the lower selling value and the shares’ than current market value, after which the shares’ value drop back to near-zero, causing major deflation of money-value. (Complex algorythms no-one else can fathom don’t exist, the solution to any seemingly complex problem in the end is always simple.)
Q: What happens when the population growth is 3% since 2009 and the registered crime rate since then has gone down more than 25% for all types of crime? A: Among other fellons, they let more than 1000 would-be convicted murderers run on a yearly basis that would normally be convicted and considering that the registered crime rates have been dropping longer than that, the number of would-be convicted murderers on the run actually greatly exceeds even that number! (And then I haven’t even looked at rapists, child molesters, and so forth.)
Q: Does engaging in a specific act, like smoking, drinking, or doing drugs, represent freedom? A: That may be the sales pitch, but if you have to do it to be free, then you’re not free at all.
Q: If these suicide powders the suicide union provides don’t hurt, why don’t they use them for executions in any kind of injected solution in the United States, instead of the three stage injections? A: Because in reality they burn through your intestines and hurt like hell.
Q: What does it mean that relatively speaking to the absolute number of 2001 (1,481,500 on a population of 15.987MM) the police only recorded 56% of that number in 2017 (830,780 on a population of 17.082MM) in terms of Dutch crime rates? A: I don’t know… I would expect the crime rate to be more like 1,481,500 x 17,082,000 / 15,987,000 = 1,583,000 registered crimes, totalling 190.5% of what we currently register, meaning that we don’t let 48% of all criminals get away. And that’s disregarding the fact that a lot of registered crimes aren’t solved either.
Q: What does it mean that in the Netherlands in 2017 they register 48% less of the number of charges per person relatively speaking to 2001 even though the police acknowledged to only register 20% of all charges? A: In reality the number of murders, rapes, etc. is 500% of what we register now, not 190.5%, meaning that in 2001 they only registered 38.1% of all charges: our social system consists of crooks with a condoning policy for all and they managed to cover it up, but now they are getting careless and put it on the front page of the newspaper for all to see.
Q: What happens when your government decides diploma’s are private instead of public mandatory evidence of your skills? A: You don’t know whether your heart surgeon is going to cut into your heart or kidney.
Q: What happens when you only teach people about guilt? A: They don’t recognize innocence (necessity & duress).
Q: What happens when you apply the Hollywood-twist to Murphy’s law? A: Anything that can go right will eventually go right, so on a political level one day we will have world peace with crime and criminal organizations being the only problem.
Q: What do you get when healthcare coverage doesn’t cover for general psychological help for those without disorders? A: When you worry thus much about your family possibly being murdered back in the wartorn country you, being stateless, passed through, that you can’t learn Dutch properly, because you’re constantly distracted and have a constant headache caused by stress, you end up with huge studying debts without the result you need and you become afraid you won’t pass the integration-test, even though circumstances dictate they should’ve given you a passport straight away.
Q: What happens when you’re always objective? A: “The thing things.” (Heidegger), but when it is the intention of the thing to thing (subjective), but it can’t, it will be discarded. (Example: A broken television won’t be fixed and a box turned into a television by a child is just a box.) To hope means to be subjective.
Q: What do you have when your government finances a union where people aren’t allowed to make more than €1,500.00 per year as a volunteer wage, paying them liberal wages to promote drugs, booze, and hookers, as well as revolting against the system to the people? A: A fascist government.
Q: What happens when you dismiss actual evidence that was obtained illegally? A: You let two crooks go. (Convict whoever illegally obtained it, but don’t dismiss it: people have a right to a fair trial, but they don’t have a right to get away with it, the right to safety is paramount.)
Q: What happens when the state finances musea or art in general beyond the value of a proper education? A: Overvalued art drains taxes that should for a large part go to safety, healthcare, other education, a basic infrastructure, and a little bit of foreign policy. Don’t destroy art, support it and respect it as a job, but don’t treat it differently. To inspire and entertain is also a regular job.
Q: What happens when a television presenter makes €500.000,00 per year, with his crew also making money on top of that, and only 100.000 to 200.000 people watch the show? A: These people’s entire subscription-fee goes to this one television show and no other television shows make any royalties?
Q: What happens when you have 128 murders per year? A: With newspapers printing 6 days per week, you should on average have at least one new murder per 2.4 issues. In reality, in the Netherlands, we hardly get any, and “Shut up and eat my pussy!” (a terrible song) is frontpage news with raving review.
Q: What happens when you don’t register crime? A: Murder rates go down. In 2001 we had 265 murders, which represents 37% of what you get when you register no crime at all. In 2017 (based on population growth) the total number of murders should be about 765, which equals 2.4 new murders per newspaper issue. If 265 were correct, in 2017 you would have 283 equals 0.9 new murders per issue.
Q: What happens when you do your job for a living? A: You don’t care about your job, leave out essential actions necessary to complete it and keep people safe, allowing people to suffer and die. I breathe, eat, drink, shit, piss, exercise, sweat, maintain my hygiene, sleep, and get dressed appropriately to the circumstances for a living. When attacked, I fight. My job I do to inspire and entertain. For my bread? I go to the supermarket. Get your own job, that inspires you and that you mean to do, if you don’t care to do it, leave it up to those that do.
Q: Why do all of these people turn to the police saying that all of these crazy things happened? A: If it were normal, we wouldn’t have to go to the police.
Q: Do you have life experience? A: No, I think ahead, I don’t make that kind of mistake unless lied to by the government, but then it wasn’t my mistake to begin with – I have wisdom.
Q: Does older mean wiser? A: If you want to listen to older people in an institution for the mentally retarded, I say you are wrong. Those quicker to get their degree, especially when offered the education they ask for, are the wiser. Those relentless in defending the democratic rule of law are the wiser. Those that are older should reserve such statements for their doctor.
Q: In war, what incentive do commanders have that don’t ride up front with their troops to come up with a successful offensive? A: None. I ride up front with my troops.
Q: Is it difficult to obtain illegal firearms, drugs, or other merc? A: As long as a large quantity of people do, since it’s plain stupid to break the law, I have to say, “No. It isn’t.” Therefore, it’s also easy to take them down.