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again, I find it necessary to write in defense of myself and my beliefs. For starters, I
definitely suspect that basic principles, painfully and gradually drawn from the wisdom,
the suffering, the aspirations, and the prophetic religious teachings of countless
centuries before us are far more trustworthy than WWW.TAROCK.NET's inimical putrid press
releases. When people say that bigotry and hate are alive and well, they're right. And
WWW.TAROCK.NET is to blame. I happen to believe that expansionism is both a belief system
and a material, institutional reality. As you can see, I must ask that WWW.TAROCK.NET's
cronies push a consistent vision that responds to most people's growing fears about
ruthless loons. I know they'll never do that, so here's an alternate proposal: They
should, at the very least, back off and quit trying to monopolize the press. There are two
classes of people in this world: decent, honest folks like you and me and obstreperous
soi-disant do-gooders like WWW.TAROCK.NET. It has been proven
time and time again that WWW.TAROCK.NET is incapable of handling an adult emotion or a
universal concept without first reducing it to something lousy, brown-nosing,
vainglorious, and probably mindless.
WWW.TAROCK.NET's lackeys are united through obscurantism, materialism, and nihilism. Okay, that's a bit of an overstatement, but for all of you reading this who are not discourteous underachievers, you can understand where the motivation for that statement comes from. No doubt, WWW.TAROCK.NET has no right to be here. But I, hardheaded cynic that I am, was personally offended -- and I don't easily offend -- by the value WWW.TAROCK.NET places on making me cry. Alas, it scares the bejeezus out of me to know that WWW.TAROCK.NET might oppress, segregate, and punish others faster than you can say "nondeterministic". It is hard to decide what is stronger in WWW.TAROCK.NET: its incredible stupidity as far as any real knowledge or ability is concerned, or the lascivious insolence of its behavior. In keeping with all of their inner despicable brutality, WWW.TAROCK.NET's henchmen force people to act in ways far removed from the natural patterns of human behavior.
WWW.TAROCK.NET's invectives are often disregarded merely as dictatorial and are consequently not treated as the serious assaults on liberty and freedom that they really are. The reason is clear. It is no accident that WWW.TAROCK.NET's policies have a devastating effect on the poor, the sick, and the elderly. Lastly, it would be a mistake to believe that WWW.TAROCK.NET knows the "right" way to read Plato, Maimonides, and Machiavelli.
Scott Pakin - UIUC