Saturday, May 02, 2009

And the meds should be kicking in ... when?


NAMBLA Boy Dick Evans is all about the educamashun:



Cool ... a public service that doesn't involve redirecting people to child rape sites. That's awfully nice of Dick. And what might be available for checkout?



Well, thanks, Dick, we appreciate it. Any particular reason for the altruism? Oh ...



Quite right, Dick. Because someone has to courageously stand up to the sweeping wave of leftie censorship of Ayn Rand and the Bible on the Intertoobz.

Is it too late to get Mrs. Dick into a shelter somewhere? For her own good, of course. I fear for her safety.

20 comments:

David said...

Wasn't the Protocols of the Elders of Zion found to be a hoax?As for Rand, she's only read by two types of people: dumb people trying to feel smart, and teenagers trying to justify their narcissism.

What an idiot.

Augray said...

Aren't some of those writings still under copyright? If the owners of the copyrights want Dick to take them down, is that censorship?

Romantic Heretic said...

Literate batshit insanity is still batshit insanity. Just with a better paint job and naugahide seats.

Trent Anderson said...

I bet the "controversial" writing he is referring to is the Charter.

Ti-Guy said...

Does NAMBLA-Dick ever stop fantasising about being the target of fascist brutality?

CC said...

One is reminded of something someone once said of career victim Ezra Levant -- that he's a man who begs for crucifixion, then complains about the view.

LuLu said...

John Rogers really does provide the best description of Randians evah:

There are two novels that can change a bookish fourteen-year old's life: The Lord of the Rings and Atlas Shrugged. One is a childish fantasy that often engenders a lifelong obsession with its unbelievable heroes, leading to an emotionally stunted, socially crippled adulthood, unable to deal with the real world. The other, of course, involves orcs.

Ti-Guy said...

One is reminded of something someone once said of career victim Ezra Levant -- that he's a man who begs for crucifixion, then complains about the view.

The privilege enjoyed by people who really don't have enough real problems to moan about. It's the most irritating thing about North America.

KEvron said...

how did the catcher in the rye not make dick's list?

KEvron

Ti-Guy said...

It's banned in Alberta. Along with Our Body, Ourselves and On the Origin of Species.

thwap said...

Why do we imagine that Mrs. Evans isn't a subnormal monstrosity like her husband of several years?

Is that your eternal faith in people springing there CC?

Frank Frink said...

KEvron, Catcher in the Rye?

That's Twatsy's list.

The Artful Nudger said...

@Augray - Atlas Shrugged and Fountainhead are most definitely still held under lock-and-key copyright by the Ayn Rand Foundation. So it looks like Dick Evans has become one of the leftist "looters" by trying to distribute what is rightfully theirs to profit by, for free.

Having recently downloaded a copy of Shrugged for research purposes out of protest, I salute his assault against that bloody stupid foundation and its mentally-ill founder. (If she wrote Shrugged as fiction alone, understand, I wouldn't have such a problem with her. But she believed the philosophy espoused in that tripe.)

Richard said...

You guys are complaining about copyright violation? Have you even bothered to look at the header of CC's blog?

KEvron said...

"Have you even bothered to look at the header of CC's blog?"

no.

KEvron

CC said...

Um ... Dick? You still haven't figured out the protocol here. The way it works is a) you write something lamebrained and imbecilic, b) I link to it, c) my readers check it out and laugh till they wet themselves, d) we all move on.

Not really interested in any dialogue. Get it?

the rev. paperboy said...

What? No "Turner Diaries"?

Nice to see him making antisemetic propaganda like "the protocols of the elder of zion" and fascist handbooks like "mein kampf" available.

Mike said...

The Protocols eh?

I always knew Dick was a fascist and an antismite.

As for Rand, those books are certainly under copyright and the Radroids certainly don't take kindly to theft of intellectual property (irony being most libertarians don't believe in intellectual property). The ARI will sue the house out from under him.

Now, Rand had some interesting thing to say (her views on Christianity are quite delicious) so some of her stuff isn't THAT bad, but I do generally agree with John Rogers on her work.

I'm curious what "books" on the list are the target of censors. None, as far as I know, are not easily found in bookstores, libraries or the internet. Including Mein Kampf and The Protocols.

I'm just happy to see Dick revealing himself for the Nazi he is.

The Artful Nudger said...

Oh, and Dick, if you're still reading this, I wasn't complaining about copyright violation. I actively encourage you to publish Rand's books to all and sundry.

I just find it delicious that despite getting happy little shivers throughout your body when Reardon looks out over his steelyard and finds it good, you're doing something for which every protagonist in the book would beat you to death and that would have Rand herself generating high torque in her grave.

KEvron said...

"Censors be damned"

it really is brave of dick to stand up to censors that don't exist, and to commit to memory the titles of books he's never read. a regular montag, that dick.

KEvron