Friday, March 27, 2009

The douchebagitude of the Denyse.

Just when you think Canadian IDiot and scientific illiterate Denyse O'Leary can't get any whinier and douchebaggier, well, behold:

Once again, this time with feeling: Why this blog does not host Comments

Just when I was settling in to get something done this afternoon, I get this post:


This is to formally request that you stop being an intellectual coward and open up your blog for comments. There is a certain irony that you censor all dissenting opinion, yet write at length about how 'Darwin fanatics' won't allow for another side of the story to be told. Way to set an example.


Logically Speaking

A perfectly reasonable observation by LS, given how Denyse whinges on and on and on and on and Jesus, Mary, Mother of God, tediously on about suppression of dissenting views. So Denyse attempts to explain her pants-pissing cowardice position. Make yourself comfortable; this is going to be good:

I closed the comments on my blog because of problems with bloggers in Canada getting sued or charged, as well as for time management reasons.

Regarding the time management reasons, I submit that someone who runs and/or participates in at least half a dozen blogs in her infamous self-referential, hermetically-sealed link farm:

really has no grounds for whining that she has no time to simply flip the "Comments" switch to allow public discussion. But we're just getting started, because this is where Denyse's gibbering descends into utter imbecility:

Re problems with bloggers getting sued or charged, read civil rights lawyer Ezra Levant’s just-released Shakedown.

In this country, it is an act of courage to blog at all.

Yes, Denyse, because when it comes to charging people under the Canadian Human Rights Commission (CHRC) for alleged hate speech, there is an absolute line-up to go after people whose only crime is to be a scientific moron and write inanely idiotic things about biological evolution. And let's not even point out that, if anyone were to write something so horrific that it would run afoul of the law, it wouldn't be Denyse but one of her commenters which would leave her pretty much in the clear.

Really, if there was a lamer possible excuse for cutting off public criticism of Denyse's screeching scientific retarditude, I can't imagine what it could be. (One should also note that the no-comments policy appears to hold at all of Denyse's personal blogs, even the ones devoted to cosmology and neuroscience which, as we all know, are absolutely ripe topics for savage CHRC litigation.)

It's disappointing when someone is as two-faced and hypocritical as Denyse O'Leary. It descends into purely pathetic when she can't even come up with a half-convincing lie to defend her hypocrisy.

Just so we're clear here, Denyse, no one with the intellect of a urinal deodorizer disc takes you seriously. You are, quite simply, the laughing stock of the Canadian blogosphere and I intend to see that it stays that way. Just think of CC HQ as your comments section away from home. We'll always have room here to tear you a new orifice.

Call it a public service.

AND SHE'S A LIAR, TOO. By the way, note carefully how Denyse seems to suggest that she explicitly closed comments on her blog(s) due to possible litigation issues related to the CHRC. However, if one goes back to the very first post of Denyse's Post-Darwinist blog back in May of 2005, one notices that there is no Comments link to begin with, suggesting that Denyse never allowed comments in the first place. In short, her CHRC-related excuse is utterly bogus. Colour me shocked.

Denyse O'Leary: Just another lying IDiot for God.


thwap said...

What's really sad is that she probably believes her excuse.

pogge said...

civil rights lawyer Ezra Levant

Um, what?

Mike said...

I almost spit out my coffee when I saw that bit too pogge.

Isn't it lovely how good Christian Denyse is constantly bearing false witness? I mean, that's one of the big 10! Even being gay isn't prohibited by the Big 10!

There is a special place in hell for liars like her...if hell was real that is.

Chet Scoville said...

In this country, it is an act of courage to blog at all.

Oddly enough, I've never felt as if I was in danger for blogging.