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  1. End of Socialism and Communism

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    November 10, 2018 by wimvincken

    Children and pensioners aren’t paying taxes or pensions or social security. Children are too young to work and older children (suppose to) study. Pensioners are receiving their pension, and in principle, they don’t work, so they don’t pay taxes, just like our kids. The workers though are (suppose to be) working and when they do, they pay taxes. It’s the only group in our population who pays for the children and pensioners and themselves … and the medical care for all, and the social securities, social welfare, infrastructure, army, the government, etc. etc.

    And what do we get when things go wrong? Abortion? Forbidden. Medical insurance? Gone, only private insurance if you can pay or bad luck. Want to go on pension? Ah. Sure, but only when you’re 80+ or 90+. Heavy criminal? No jail for the sucker anymore, death penalty. Social welfare? Sure, it’s still there, but strongly reformed. Education? Still there, but if you don’t produce a high enough grade, you’re going to work.
    Unemployed? Okay, tragic and you will be put to work, if you like it or not. Borders? For sure there will be and they will contain those beautiful walls to keep everyone out … and everyone in (especially those who are working). Immigrants? Where? Buy them if needed, but those will be a rare commodity. Taxes? Be prepared to pay 80%+

    Socialism stands for production, distribution, and exchange owned or regulated by the community. Or someone also labeled it like “spending someone else’s money”. That doesn’t match with the things mentioned above (like women become baby machines again, forbidden abortions, etc.), but socialism stands for big government and high taxes Welfare and education will not be a right, but more of a duty; any failure means extreme measures and even expulsions.

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  2. You want to Host your Website? Look out!

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    November 22, 2016 by wimvincken

    Blogs are popular and part of the social media. Everyone can create a blog and write there what they want. But not only blogs, also companies need websites, and organizations, institutions, governments, action groups, political parties, newspapers, and any individual wants to have a website. But all of that have something in common: they need a website. That website is stored and maintained on a server and that means that everyone needs to have a hosting account in order to host the website. And here the problems start. You are limited with maximum 17,647 page views per day.

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  3. A Hotel in Tiberias

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    May 4, 2015 by wimvincken

    This is a story about the inner workings of an unnamed medium sized hotel somewhere in the middle of Tiberias, Israel, a cozy small city bordering the Sea of Galilee.

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