Wednesday, November 21, 2007
Dear wanks: About that "anonymity" thing ...
It's interesting how quickly attitudes change, isn't it? Why, it seems like just yesterday that members of Canada's Retard-o-sphere were howling with outrage, demanding to know who your humble scribe was.
There was failed Calgary politician Richard "NAMBLA" Evans, whose bounty on my identity recently went up from $500 to $750. And there's Patsy "Boy Toy" Ross, whose technological wizardry extends as far as checking who visits his site and concluding it's me. But, oddly enough, when it comes to revealing the names of the four officers who murdered a newly-arrived, Polish immigrant at Vancouver airport, well, all that outrage has gone silent, hasn't it?
What's the deal, Dick? Patsy? If you can can get your shorts twisted up this much over a simple blogger who writes stuff you don't like, what's keeping you from tracking down and exposing four people who actually killed a man, hmmmmmm?
Come on, guys, a little consistency here perhaps? Why should those boys get to hide behind some RCMP-provided anonymity? Surely it's in the public's best interest to put a name to those TASER-wielding faces, wouldn't you say?
So let's go, Dick -- a bounty on their heads sounds about right. And Patsy? Let's see a picture of the roofs of their houses. Surely that's the least you can do. A little consistency here would be nice. Or, in your worlds, is anonymity granted only to state-sanctioned murderers?
Let's go, boys ... I'm waiting.