“I hope Stockholm boys tear you up”

This person was the founder of a medium sized “trojan” underground forum which — for the most part — gathered people who ripped each others source codes (i.e “lamers”). He’s from Norway.


* j-v-2 (~chatzilla@Rizon-A8E58047.loqal.no) has joined #taunet
<j-v-2> k0nsl din lille nazi gutt
<k0nsl> Hej!
<j-v-2> hei
<j-v-2> cant believe u still here u bastard
<k0nsl> Me neither.
<j-v-2> you should be in jail
<j-v-2> i hope stockholm boys tear u up
<j-v-2> vet du hvem jeg er?
<k0nsl> Ja.
<j-v-2> dude.. i just checked ur blog
<j-v-2> u started hating on muslims too now?
<k0nsl> Ah, but pray tell: since when the hell do I “hate” anybody?
<k0nsl> Look here you backwards ****; just because one doesn’t love this, that or the other, does not automatically translate into “hating” any of it — also, when is writing the truth as one perceives it equivalent with ‘hate’?
<j-v-2> jeg håper innvandrerne i sverige voldtar deg og landet ditt [translation: “I hope the immigrants in Sweden rapes you and your land”]
* k0nsl yawns

Only tyrants prescribe the writing of history with penal laws

Only tyrants prescribe the writing of history with penal laws.

Whoever argues that peaceful dissidents on historical issues should be deprived of their civil rights for their diverging views, that is: incarcerated, is -– if given the power to implement his intentions -– nothing else but a tyrant (if enacting laws to support his oppressive deeds) or a terrorist (if acting outside the law).
I define as a peaceful dissident someone who does neither advocate, condone, promote, justify or glorify when anyone’s civil rights are being violated. To put it graphically: If anyone advocates the torture of suspects in the war on terror, as has happened frequently in the US, this person has lost the right to complain if getting tortured when falling into the hands of his enemies. Or if anyone justifies the incarceration of people merely due to their religious, political or ethnic affiliation (as has happened to Communists, Gypsies and Jews in Germany, and Germans, Italians and Japanese in the US during WWII), then this person has lost the right to complain if getting incarcerated for being affiliated with a certain school of thought.
Other than that, any event in history must be open to any kind of critical scrutiny. The very basis of all science is that any hypothesis needs thorough testing. Only those hypotheses which can withstand the toughest attempts at refutation can be deemed reliable. Preventing attempts at refutation removes a hypothesis from the realm of science and changes it into a dogma or even a religion. In fact, the very foundation of our humaneness is our ability to doubt, our mental capacity to investigate, and our various skills to communicate. Where doubts, the search for the truth, and our means to tell what we think we have found out are restricted, the very core of our humaneness is being violated; we are intellectually reduced to mere amoebae, as K.R Popper put it.
Being wrong cannot be a reason to punish people, or else we all would be in prison from birth to the coffin. Jesus was wrong, most Jews thought during and after his lifetime. Galileo was wrong, most people of his lifetime thought. George Washington was wrong, most Englishmen thought during the revolutionary wars. Charles Darwin was wrong and his views very upsetting, most people thought in his era. Just because many are emotionally upset by a view deemed wrong does not mean that the view needs to be banned. It may not even be wrong, and the reason why we get upset may lie within ourselves rather than within the view expressed. I suggest this is the case with Holocaust denial/revisionism, too. The more serious revisionist studies are so academically dry and boring, so filled with endless rows of documents quoted from dusty archives that no normal person could get upset by their mere contents. It’s our own mindset which is playing tricks on us, not these works.

Keep up, k0nsl! You seem to be a good guy.
- Sertalig to k0nsl in December 2013
You’re an interesting character, k0nsl. Computer genius combined modern historian with logical and red-pilled views, whilst at the same time exposing yourself – as in not being anonymous. Are you Danish or Swedish? I can’t really seem to figure.
- Harallr at k0nsl's blog in January 17, 2014

Benjamin Gessel: “You cannot rewrite history!”

An upset Benjamin Gessel (✡) says we cannot rewrite history. But as any normal person knows, history is constantly revised and rewritten — it’s the way it works and always will work, I hope. Alas, as the history is his beloved Holoshlock he says it cannot and must not be rewritten :)

NOTE: I wrote the reply/comment on YouTube in haste (as always) so there could be error in grammar and formatting. It’s not as if the comment section at YouTube is of much importance, anyway. Not to me. A quick reply with the essentials will suffice.