While we're at it, can we remove file permissions from the tar file format? When I untar a file with -r--r--r-- permissions, that violates my freedom.
And that ext4 filesystem, man! It always says "Permission denied" when I try to "rm -r /". We gotta rip that antifeature out of Linux.
And the root account? What's up with that? All accounts should be created equal! Root is the Man. Debian should eliminate the root account, or at least disable the limitations of all other accounts by default. Why do they make "sudo chmod -R 777 /" so obscure?