Sweden no longer a nation

“There are areas, where Swedish law no longer exists”
Nicolai Sennels, News10, August 8, 2015

An article Sweden’s Army Chief Warns Of WORLD WAR 3 Inside Europe ‘Within a Few Years’ indicates that the chief of the Swedish army General Anders Brännström told men under his command they could expect to be fighting a war in Europe against skilled opponents “within a few years”.

I believe the one shot Sweden has is a very cold winter war. If they engage the islamo barbarians on the snow and ice, they will have a significant edge…

I’m thinking things aren’t going well in Europe… I’m am wondering if Americans are getting the message?

Cologne Rapes Were Totally Understandable

Breitbart.com has an article entitled Cologne Imam: Girls Were Raped Because They Were Half Naked And Wore Perfume that completely explains the group of 1,000 or more migrants sexually assaulting women in Cologne:

“Cologne Imam: Girls Were Raped Because They Were Half Naked And Wore Perfume”

Anyone want to tell me about the religion of peace?

Those who talk about “the war on women” might want to get their heads out of their ass and see what is happening in the real world.

If any of you haven’t figured it out yet, there is a reason why there are so many males and so few females in these groups of “refugees”. Either they are invaders OR they abandoned their women in the mud huts they left behind.

This is only going to get worse. The children and women assaulted increase by the day. The political elites aren’t going to be able to stop the bloody backlash. The longer this nightmare continues the more violent that backlash will be.

Skylake users, 18 months to upgrade to Windows 10

In ARS Technica, the article titled “Skylake users given 18 months to upgrade to Windows 10”, says it all.

Microsoft says “Going forward, the company says that using the latest generation processors will always require the latest generation operating system.”

Basically, any configuration using a Skylake or newer processor, will require the latest Windows operating system, if you want your configuration officially supported…

This is yet another case of Microsoft trying to force feed Windows 10 into everyone’s computer. Unless you run into a major compatibility issue, while annoying, may not be too bad. If you have a gaming PC, I would be nervous! If you have a computer that relies on high end video cards or audio cards, you may be forced to Windows 10. If you have exotic hardware, you may be in trouble.

The good news is that we have eighteen months to figure out just how much this may impact our business processes. Start thinking and planing now. If you have software or hardware that really should not be transitioned to Windows 10, think about you options. My initial reaction is to strongly consider virtualized systems, where possible. In other cases, it may be time to seriously consider changing those things that are stopping the upgrade process.

When it is all said and done, businesses need to keep their systems running. While MS is being more and more aggressive, those of us responsible for business systems need to keep things running.

While I don’t like this tyrannical approach, I understand the real issues. Microsoft has supported backwards compatibility since Windows 3.1. By forcing people into the latest OS and eliminating as many 32 bit issues as possible, it will be faster and easier to upgrade the OS and adapt to changing hardware. Having seen how MS does business, I think they will spend most of their time monetizing the idea of OS as a service and work on monthly payment schemes, rather than worry about security and stability.

The other issue, which this policy addresses, is that of updating outdated versions of Windows to handle newer technologies. This is not a simple proposition. Trying to retrofit new processor features into a ten year old OS, like Windows 7, is not a cheap or simple issue. If you think about the maintenance process, it is their only option. MS has to look for security issues. MS has to deal with compatibility issues with new hardware. MS has to deal with the retrofitting of the OS, without adversely affecting all of those previously mentioned patches. I can honestly see where MS doesn’t want to invest lots of money and time into something that was paid for ten years ago…

Those who want to really put their thumb in Micosoft’s eye, could consider moving as much of their infrastructure as possible to web-based or cloud based options. With aggressive planning, a Linux only client system could be possible. That course would create other problems AND opportunities.