Inept dystopia

#1

We can’t even expect competence in our oppression.

The surveillance state has a 92% false positive rate.

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#2

Well, at least they got those other 8%.

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#3

That’s exactly what the police are claiming. They’re also saying no-one has been wrongly arrested, but that always makes me wonder how many were wrongfully taken in for questioning and then released.

This smacks way too much of “if you haven’t done anything you have nothing to fear.”

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#4

Inept or incredibly effective? They have no incentive to improve the process if a high false positive rate cows the populace, no?

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#5

With “questioning” having a rather fluid definition.

I probably should have added a /s to my previous comment, but thought it was pretty obvious.

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#6

Land of the free, home of the brave:

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#7

When the only tool you have is a hammer gun, every problem looks like a nail firing range.

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#8

I figured the /s was implicit.

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#9

If you want to break a few eggs, making an omelet is optional.

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#10

WHAT COULD POSSIBLY GO WRONG

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