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Techmology and Scientism / Suppressed Knolwedge: Smoking PREVENTS Cancer!
« on: December 13, 2016, 05:18:01 pm »

For too long the Lung-cuck has denied man his birthright of an organically formed protective mucus layer guarding against carcinogens. Now the truth comes out.

Every year, thousands of medical doctors and other members of the "Anti-Smoking Inquisition" spend billions of dollars perpetuating what has unquestionably become the most misleading though successful social engineering scam in history. With the encouragement of most western governments, these Orwellian lobbyists pursue smokers with a fanatical zeal that completely overshadows the ridiculous American alcohol prohibition debacle, which started in 1919 and lasted until 1933.

Nowadays we look back on American prohibition with justifiable astonishment. Is it really true that an entire nation allowed itself to be denied a beer or scotch by a tiny group of tambourine-bashing fanatics? Sadly, yes it is, despite a total lack of evidence that alcohol causes any harm to humans, unless consumed in truly astronomical quantities.

Alas, the safety of alcohol was of no interest to the tambourine-bashers, for whom control over others was the one and only true goal. Americans were visibly "sinning" by enjoying themselves having a few alcoholic drinks, and the puritans interceded on behalf of God to make them all feel miserable again.

Although there is no direct link between alcohol and tobacco, the history of American prohibition is important, because it helps us understand how a tiny number of zealots managed to control the behavior and lives of tens of millions of people. Nowadays exactly the same thing is happening to smokers, though this time it is at the hands of government zealots and ignorant medical practitioners rather than tambourine-bashing religious fanatics.

Certain governments know that their past actions are directly responsible for causing most of the lung and skin cancers in the world today, so they go to extreme lengths in trying to deflect responsibility and thus financial liability away from themselves, and onto harmless organic tobacco instead. As we will find later in the report, humble organic tobacco has never hurt anyone, and in certain ways can justifiably claim to provide startling health protection.

Not all governments around the world share the same problem. Japan and Greece have the highest numbers of adult cigarette smokers in the world, but the lowest incidence of lung cancer. In direct contrast to this, America, Australia, Russia, and some South Pacific island groups have the lowest numbers of adult cigarette smokers in the world, but the highest incidence of lung cancer. This is clue number-one in unraveling the absurd but entrenched western medical lie that "smoking causes lung cancer."

The first European contact with tobacco was in 1492, when Columbus and fellow explorer Rodriguo de Jerez saw natives smoking in Cuba. That very same day, de Jerez took his first puff and found it very relaxing, just as the locals had assured him it would be. This was an important occasion, because Rodriguo de Jerez discovered what the Cubans and native Americans had known for many centuries: that cigar and cigarette smoking is not only relaxing, it also cures coughs and other minor ailments. When he returned home, Rodriguo de Jerez proudly lit a cigar in the street, and was promptly arrested and imprisoned for three years by the horrified Spanish Inquisition. De Jerez thus became the first victim of the anti-smoking lobbies.

In less than a century, smoking became a much enjoyed and accepted social habit throughout Europe, with thousands of tons of tobacco being imported from the colonies to meet the increasing demand. A growing number of writers praised tobacco as a universal remedy for mankind's ills. By the early 20th Century almost one in every two people smoked, but the incidence of lung cancer remained so low that it was almost immeasurable. Then something extraordinary happened on July 16, 1945: a terrifying cataclysmic event that would eventually cause western governments to distort the perception of smoking forever. As K. Greisen recalls:
"When the intensity of the light had diminished, I put away the glass and looked toward the tower directly. At about this time I noticed a blue color surrounding the smoke cloud. Then someone shouted that we should observe the shock wave travelling along the ground. The appearance of this was a brightly lighted circular area, near the ground, slowly spreading out towards us. The color was yellow.

"The permanence of the smoke cloud was one thing that surprised me. After the first rapid explosion, the lower part of the cloud seemed to assume a fixed shape and to remain hanging motionless in the air. The upper part meanwhile continued to rise, so that after a few minutes it was at least five miles high. It slowly assumed a zigzag shape because of the changing wind velocity at different altitudes. The smoke had pierced a cloud early in its ascent, and seemed to be completely unaffected by the cloud."

This was the notorious "Trinity Test", the first dirty nuclear weapon to be detonated in the atmosphere. A six-kilogram sphere of plutonium, compressed to supercriticality by explosive lenses, Trinity exploded over New Mexico with a force equal to approximately 20,000 tons of TNT. Within seconds, billions of deadly radioactive particles were sucked into the atmosphere to an altitude of six miles, where high-speed jet streams could circulate them far and wide.

The American Government knew about the radiation in advance, was well aware of its lethal effects on humans, but bluntly ordered the test with a complete disregard for health and welfare. In law, this was culpable gross negligence, but the American Government did not care. Sooner or later, one way or the other, they would find another culprit for any long-term effects suffered by Americans and other citizens in local and more remote areas.

If a single microscopic radioactive fallout particle lands on your skin at the beach, you get skin cancer. Inhale a single particle of the same lethal muck, and death from lung cancer becomes inevitable, unless you happen to be an exceptionally lucky cigarette smoker. The solid microscopic radioactive particle buries itself deep in the lung tissue, completely overwhelms the body's limited reserves of vitamin B17, and causes rampant uncontrollable cell multiplication.

How can we be absolutely sure that radioactive fallout particles really cause lung cancer every time a subject is internally exposed? For real scientists, as opposed to medical quacks and government propagandists, this is not a problem. For any theory to be accepted scientifically, it must first be proven in accordance with rigorous requirements universally agreed by scientists. First the suspect radioactive agent must be isolated, then used in properly controlled laboratory experiments to produce the claimed result, i.e. lung cancer in mammals.

Scientists have ruthlessly sacrificed tens of thousands of mice and rats in this way over the years, deliberately subjecting their lungs to radioactive matter. The documented scientific results of these various experiments are identical. Every mouse or rat obediently contracts lung cancer, and every mouse or rat then dies. Theory has thus been converted to hard scientific fact under tightly controlled laboratory conditions. The suspect agent [radioactive matter] caused the claimed result [lung cancer] when inhaled by mammals.

The overall magnitude of lung cancer risk to humans from atmospheric radioactive fallout cannot be overstated. Before Russia, Britain and America outlawed atmospheric testing on August 5, 1963, more than 4,200 kilograms of plutonium had been discharged into the atmosphere. Because we know that less than one microgram [millionth of a single gram] of inhaled plutonium causes terminal lung cancer in a human, we therefore know that your friendly government has lofted 4,200,000,000 [4.2 Billion] lethal doses into the atmosphere, with particle radioactive half-life a minimum of 50,000 years. Frightening? Unfortunately it gets worse.

All mice and rats are used one-time-only in a specific experiment, and then destroyed. In this way researchers ensure that the results of whatever substance they are testing cannot be accidentally "contaminated" by the real or imagined effects of another substance. Then one day as if by magic, a few thousand mice from the smoking experiment "accidentally" found their way into the radioactive particle experiment, which in the past had killed every single one of its unfortunate test subjects. But this time, completely against the odds, sixty percent of the smoking mice survived exposure to the radioactive particles. The only variable was their prior exposure to copious quantities of tobacco smoke.

Government pressure was immediately brought to bear and the facts suppressed, but this did not completely silence the real scientists. Tongue-in-cheek perhaps, Professor Schrauzer, President of the International Association of Bio-inorganic Chemists, testified before a U.S. congressional committee in 1982 that it had long been well known to scientists that certain constituents of tobacco smoke act as anti-carcinogens (anti-cancer agents) in test animals. He continued that when known carcinogens (cancer-causing substances) are applied to the animals, the application of constituents of cigarette smoke counter them.

Nor did Professor Schrauzer stop there. He further testified on oath to the committee that "no ingredient of cigarette smoke has been shown to cause human lung cancer", adding that "no-one has been able to produce lung cancer in laboratory animals from smoking." It was a neat answer to a rather perplexing problem. If government blocks publication of your scientific paper, take the alternate route and put the essential facts on the written congressional record!

Predictably, this hard truth drove the government and quasi-medical "researchers" into a frenzy of rage. By 1982 they had actually started to believe their own ridiculous propaganda, and were not to be silenced by eminent members of the scientific establishment. Quite suddenly they switched the blame to other "secret" ingredients put into cigarettes by the tobacco companies. "Yes, that must be it!" they clamored eagerly, until a handful of scientists got on the phone and pointed out that these same "secret" ingredients had been included in the mice experiments, and had therefore also been proved incapable of causing lung cancer.

Many people ask exactly how it is that those smoking mice were protected from deadly radioactive particles, and even more are asking why real figures nowadays are showing far more non-smokers dying from lung cancer than smokers. Professor Sterling of the Simon Fraser University in Canada is perhaps closest to the truth, where he uses research papers to reason that smoking promotes the formation of a thin mucous layer in the lungs, "which forms a protective layer stopping any cancer-carrying particles from entering the lung tissue."

This is probably as close as we can get to the truth at present, and it does make perfect scientific sense. Deadly radioactive particles inhaled by a smoker would initially be trapped by the mucous layer, and then be ejected from the body before they could enter the tissue.

All of this may be a bit depressing for non-smokers, but there are probably one or two things you can do to minimize the risks as far as possible. Rather than shy away from smokers in your local pub or club, get as close as you can and breathe in their expensive second-hand smoke. Go on, don't be shy, suck in a few giant breaths. Or perhaps you could smoke one cigarette or small cigar after each meal, just three a day to build up a thin boundary mucous layer. If you cannot or will not do either of the above, consider phoning Michael Jackson to ask for a spare surgical mask!

Aneristic Illusions / RP still not getting it
« on: December 05, 2016, 10:22:17 pm »

ďWe certainly hope that Donald Trump would not reward a deceptive pro-amnesty lawmaker like Michael McCaul with a Cabinet position,Ē said William Gheen, president of Americans for Legal Immigration PAC. ďThat would be very disappointing to all of us that believed his campaign promises to secure our borders and deport millions of illegal immigrants under current U.S. laws.Ē

Aww, poor baby. It often seems like Trump doesn't really have any specific plans, he's just going from one thing to the next, impulsively making choices and hating Alec Baldwin. However long Trump, or we all, last, it's going to be funny.

So youre all really deadset on this narrative that this guy got into the white house by being an idiot arent you?

Aneristic Illusions / How Trump Happened Part 2: Pathologization
« on: November 10, 2016, 10:59:21 pm »
    Theres a certain question that liberals like to ask themselves. What is the matter with Kansas? Simply, what is it that keeps redstate voters from voting in their self interest(by which they mean Democrat)? There are two schools of thought on this that are both flawed in the exact same way.
    The first is that inside every Kansanite there is a new deal democrat who has been subtly manipulated and conned by the right in this country into voting Republican. The second, the Corey Robin school of thought, is that there is no FDR trapped inside Bubba the Redneck, thats its just Bubba the Redneck all the way down. That deep deep down these people are motivated by nothing but irrational hatreds towards blacks and gays and people who dont believe in Jesus.
    The mistake both of these make is Patholigization. They start from the assumption that these peoples actions are exceptionally irrational. That they have no legitimate grievance against Liberal politicians and therefore all grievances they air must be illegitimate. This isnt just condescending, it betrays a fundamental ignorance of policies of Democrats and their consequences. And it locks you in a loop of ignorance because you accept as an axiom that these consequences do not exist.

    Im going to use NAFTA as an example simply because not only was it a key part of Trumps platform, so many liberals Ive tried to talk to are completely ignorant of how important it is to his audience. If you ever want to understand how Trump won, just take a road trip through the rust belt. They dont call it the rust belt for nothing. If youve got all your tetnis shots its an Urban Explorers paradise. Whole factories, sometimes with the machines still in them, abandoned for years. Empty warehouses, shopping malls with more vacancies than stores, rusted broken railroad tracks that run right through the middle of town from Trains that stopped running years ago. Empty houses too, no overcrowding problems here, massive cities that lose a whole quarter of their population in five years. In small towns its worse. Anyone whith any kind of promise, any kind of talent, any kind of money saved up, gets gone and gets gone fast. One day youre walking down a completely empty street next to house whos roof fell in and no one ever bothered to fix it, then you realize that everyone you grew up with either moved away, killed themselves or got hooked on heroin. Its when youve put in an application at literally every place in town and no one ever calls, then you know a guy who knows a guy who knows a guy who MIGHT get you an interview at mcdonalds. Then you get there and you get 10 hours a week. And then you see middle aged single mothers working the same 10 hours a week to try and keep their house afloat. Imagine being sexually harrassed by the owners brother while he sells pain pills to people on break, and having to put up with it because you dont have another job and without this one you dont know how youre gong to pay for your chemo bills. Ive seen it. Imagine finally getting a "nice" factory job, that occasionally doesnt have gloves, or goggles, or breathing masks, or lightbulbs so you can see what youre doing in a dark sweaty shithole that never gets cleaned. Then one day after working 12 hours a day, 7 days a week for 5 months theyve just closed their doors. Theres no work to be done. No work today. Or tomorrow. Or next week. Or next month. Have fun wth a new job search, hope you know a guy who knows a guy who... Its futility. Not just economic futility. It seeps into everything. You want to know how people can unironically follow a religion about rapping clowns? People just get pregnant in the 10th grade not because they dont have birth control but because they dont see the point in waiting. They get huge fucking gauges in their ears, they get homemade ballpoint ink and safetypin face tattoos, they dont even bother hiding the trackmarks on their arms with sleeves. People just give up.

    And it wasnt always like this. There was a time when these places were thriving. When people had real blue collar CAREERS, there actually was such a thing. These peoples jobs didnt get "innovated" away, they didnt get replaced by robots, they didnt lose demand, they got shipped overseas. So people in sky scrapers on the east coast could report .5% more growth this quarter and then go to a thousand dollar strip club to celebrate. So you could get new windshield wipers for five bucks less. The magic of Globalization. It didnt start with NAFTA, but NAFTA was when it kicked into maximum overdrive. NAFTA was the government taking the breaks off Globalization and letting it REALLY run the working class over. Oh but there were gains. Of course there were gains. The Economy, here defined as numbers on spreadsheets, soared. Everyone pat themsleves on the back. Liberals to this day will talk with a straight face about how wonderful Bill Clinton was for the Economy. And the rust belt got rustier, and angrier.
    Republicans havent been perfect to these people, but they havent pulled shit like fucking NAFTA. And the second a Democrat gets into office a second time, we get the fucking TPP, "NAFTA on Steroids." Trumps platform has been overwhelmingly against not only the TPP, but NAFTA and outsourcing in general. Clintons campaign seemed to understand that the TPP was poison and made a disingenuous flip flop as revealed by Wikileaks. Do you wonder why Trump took the entire rust belt?
    But no one wants to hear this. The left does not want to admit how much of a disaster these trade policies have been and would be if put into place. Theyd rather think their opponents are all ignorant, superstitious, racist or some combination of the three. Bernie Sanders at the very least understood this, he opposed both NAFTA and the TPP. He could have turned a lot of those states Blue. These people are not "Nazis." They already voted for Obama twice, before the TPP.
    But until you stop trying to understand them like lab specimins and stop lecturing them like school children, until you actually LISTEN to what they care about from their own mouths and not John Olivers screeching dental-hygienic disaster of a tea-hole you will never understand them. You will never reach them. You will never change their minds away from Trump.
    It bears repeating, if Trump is a Nazi and he actually cares about these peoples problems and tries to fix them. Is that supposed to be an argument against Nazis? You need to be better than the Nazis because right now to a large portion of America they look more appealing than you. And thats YOUR fault.

Apple Talk / Split from turning purple
« on: November 10, 2016, 09:10:59 pm »
I dunno but Im sure if you just keep brainstorming with people who failed to see this coming and consuming media from outlets and pundits who got absolutely everything wrong eventually youll understand how to reach common ground with the people you are both completely ignorant of and openly hate.

And before you ask, yes I shall continue to fuck this chicken. Fuckin this chicken got my boy in the white house.

Aneristic Illusions / How Trump Happened Part 1 of Whatever
« on: November 09, 2016, 08:50:05 pm »
 This is part of a series where I explain(TRUMP-splain? eh eh?) how Trump happened to people who increasingly claim to have no idea how he happened. Part one will deal with the low hanging fruit, Trumps racism. How did America elect someone who says such offensive things about minorities? Surely this is evidence of a new revival of racism in America. Yes and no. No. Racism isnt behind the rise of Trump, I wouldnt say its behind even the majority of his support. Yes there is a new wave of racism, but it isnt a revival of the old racism. Its a brand new racism of mostly young people who have been converted. People who if recent trends had continued shouldnt have become racists. These two things, people who arent racist voting for someone who says such racist things and people who otherwise wouldnt be racist suddenly becoming racist have the same cause.
 To understand this, you have to understand what Trump supporters actually heard when you called him, and them racists.

1) Immigration
Supply and demand is very simple. When the supply for something goes up, the demand goes down. And when you have one product not only flooding the market, but flooding it at a much lower price, Brand X is not long for this world. Illegal Immigration is the practice of US businesses importing sub-minimum wage slave labor from outside the country, completely flouting existing immigration law and undercutting the working class job market in the process. There was a time when economy was much better that liberals would defend this system with two arguments:

1) "Illegal Immigrants do the Jobs Americans dont want to do"

2) "Youre a Racist"

 Number one isnt tossed around too much anymore for obvious reasons(try going down to the unemployment office and explaining that to the people there. No really. I dare you) So now they have defaulted to number two. Liberals have managed to completely avoid having any kind of meaningful discussion about this topic because they refuse to tackle the actual economic implications of millions of people illegally crossing the border and taking full advantage of our infastructure and social safety net while doing cash in hand work. Instead, they have spent the whole debate on this issue cherrypicking the worst of the worst from the people who oppose the issue, and then declaring all other arguments to just be clever fronts for racism.
 And how CONVENIENT it is, that most of the liberals who support immigration dont work the kinds of jobs where they have to compete with them WHILE enoying the benefits of cheaper goods from lower labor costs. Its also worth noting that this is not an issue that is divided on race. Blacks, themselves mostly working class and competing for the same jobs, largely agree with White America on this issue. And the 30% of again, legally immigrated working class Hispanics who voted for trump despite his open anti-hispanic racism is also telling. The true dividing line in the immigration debate, is class. Turning Immigration into a purely racial issue is how well off liberals completely ignore the class aspects of it.
 "Dont like us undercutting your wages with slave labor so we can save 10 cents on kale? Youre a Racist."

2) Obamacare
The Affordable Care Act, also known as MittRomneyCare, is the brainchild of the NeoCon thinktank Hertiage Foundation. It proposes to solve the problem of millions of Americans unable to afford healthcare by giving anyone who cant afford healthcare massive fines, and giving the healthcare industry a big sloppy subsidy blowjob on top of that. It is a disaster for millions of Americans. There was a massive backlash against it for all the reasons I just listed. But again, like Immigration, liberals very artfully avoided actually looking at the nuts and bolts of the issue by turning it into yet another case of Privledged White's(who just happen to make less money than them) pretending to actually have problems so they could vent their deep seated racism. Think back to when there was an actual debate against this. When you heard "opposes Obamacare" you didnt think of the 51% of Americans who want to repeal it. You thought of a very small minority of those people who wore tea-bag hats. You dismissed it as just another "old white person" tantrum.

Case in point:

"Dont like ACA fines? Youre a racist."

3) The War on Terror
`This is the most bizzare of all of them. The current administration is fighting wars in seven different muslim countries, has a policy of actively targeting civilians while destabilizing the entire region. Yet Trump is the evil racist because... he doesnt want to import the same people we are bombing here. This might get its own longer writeup so Ill leave it at this, it is fucking INSANE to bomb someone and throw your doors open for them at the same time. It is also completely scummy to intentionally burn down someones home and then pat yourself on the back for letting them stay in your basement. Everyone will tell you that youre a racist for assuming that Syrian immigrants hate us. But what sane rational person in their position WOULDNT hate us after what we have done to their country? Why should ordinary civilians bear the brunt of the resentment of policies enacted by their leaders? "You know ISIS used Donald Trump in a recruitment video?" Yeah. You know what they also use, PICTURES OF KIDS KILLED BY OBAMAS AIR STRIKES. Which one do you honestly think gets more recruits?

Dont like reaping the consequences of what your war mongering elites have sown so """""liberal""""" warmongers can feel warm fuzzies while destroying their homelands? Youre a racist.

  These are all policies people see as in their interest. So you told them they were racist. The left never even tried to actually convince people that the policies they opposed were against their interests, only that they were racist. Generally the way to persuade someone away from something is to tell them it is AGAINST their interests. You did 99% of the groundwork for the new surge of racism by convincing people that all the things they cared about and believed in were already racist. All the racists had to do was point to you and say "THEYRE COMPLETELY RIGHT!"
  Trumps openly racist comments, rather than being him putting his foot in his mouth, were brilliant strategy. Because all his opponents did was go for the low hanging fruit and scream "racist" "racist" over and over again like it was a magic spell that would make him go away. And in the process they completely ignored all the policies that made him popular. Meanwhile the nonracists conservatives that support Trump are just completely numb to it. Its been used as a dog whistle against them for so long that they dont even care anymore. And its worth asking, why should they? Why should they have to answer for the racists among them anymore than the muslim world should answer for terrorist attacks? They dont hear anything when you say "racist" anymore but people who are by and large, more educate, more employed, better employed, more privileged than them in every way beating them down and telling them they deserve it. What else do you call upper middle class white males using "white male" as an insult against lower-middleclass(and that divide is growing every day) white males but hypocritical thinly veiled classism?
  And the conservatives that actually care about egalitarianism, they cant self police because when they do they sound like Bill Cosby telling the black community to pull up their pants. What Trump has proven is that shouting racist isnt a magic argument winner anymore. People are either apathetic about it or theyre beginning to take it to heart almost entirely out of spite, not for minorities, but for YOU. If the left plans on winning anything, AND THAT INCLUDES THE WAR ON RACISM, it cant just play this game of calling everyone who opposes them a racist. It has to actually make the case for its policies being in their interest.

Look at the autism rate of 2016 vs 1986.

The only difference between then and now is that doctors got so e better diagnostic tools and at some point the news media decided to make it their Scary Disease of the Week(TM). My god, that must have been a slow week. They used to do actually frightenig syndromes like SARS and AIDS. Swine Flu was so sucuccesful they did it twice. And yet somehow autism is the one people have latched on to.

Except if it was misdiagnosis we would see a proportional downtick in other diagnoses which we have not. We havent seen any downtick. There are also physical symptoms such as different facial structure,
and differences in gut fauna:

I'm not misanthropic enough yet to think we should abandon democracy entirely.
I mean, we have about the same chance of convincing the federal government to create stronger EPA standards and hold corporations accountable as we do of... doing the same thing but also stripping away our constitution and social freedoms?

Its funny because thats exactly what Ive been advocating. I want to democratically elect and ecofascist government.

But I just argued the points of EcoFascism right there.
At risk of being accused of moving the goalposts, I guess I meant "You stated your points as though they were the holy words of Goddess Herself being handed down to you only after being asked."

I mean you sound like a self-righteous shithead, basically, and you only stated your points when someone else asked about them before quickly veering away from them to talk about how much better your group of fuckwads is than the "other" outside your group.

So, someone asked about my beliefs, I answered them, and then I answered the next question. If you have a question about my beliefs ask.

n Perspective, or, The Jews and their Lions; an Anarcho-Feminist Dialogue on Anti-vegan Hyper-Nationalism and its links to Satyriasis and Species Privledge; 4th ED

The three-manifold principles of non-exclusionary metapolitics has been described accurately in the past as;

"[Zizek voice] A coked up post-modern midget humping the leg of Stirnerian metaphysics."

But is this really true within the context of our hyper-self aware post-ironic language game? Must Derrida's paradigm shaking synthesis of Wagnerian theory of mind and Neo-Fruedian film analysis forever remain obscure to the layman?

No, is the answer of the author(s) currently occupying the headspace collectively known as xXRon_Paul_42016Xxx(weed). We believe that a unified theory of post-gender identity theory is possible in our time. By the careful and rigorous application of McLuhanist theory of media ecology to the ancient Sumerian tablets; the secrets of non-Confucian contemporary Chinese millitary theory revel themselves. Consider the following passage;

"Bitches aint shit but the non-isomorphic property of cybernetic bio-semantics."

In the context of Archaic-Revivalist theory of violence; suddenly the text taks on an entirely different; almost Kafka-esque tone. The many shades of gentle Bataillean irony hidden in German proto-idealism become all too apparent. And it is within this eco-system of emergent wicked networks that we find our thesis;
The post-phallic collonial novel; the literary equivelent of Bob Dobb's android meme; is incompatable on a basic; even axiomatic level; with transhumanist Zen; as represented by Shakespearian theory of media; consider this enlightening; passage; from; Finne;gan;s W;a;k;;;e;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;

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Apple Talk / A Public Apology
« on: September 05, 2014, 02:24:12 am »
Two pieces to what I want to talk about today. The first is I believe that all of the people who were affected by this conduct deserve this apology and that's why I'm giving it to them. You know, I understand it's important or not important, you know, as far as what you say but how you say things. So, you know, I take this opportunity just to speak from the heart.

While sober on Thursday night, I did a number of things that were very wrong and for which I am ashamed.I acted like a person completely out of control when I was arrested, and said things that I do not believe to be true and which are despicable. I am deeply ashamed of everything I said. Also, I take this opportunity to apologize to the deputies involved for my belligerent behavior. They have always been there for me in my community and indeed probably saved me from myself. I disgraced myself and my family with my behavior and for that I am truly sorry. I have battled with the disease of sobriety for all of my adult life and profoundly regret my horrific relapse. I apologize for any behavior unbecoming of me in my sober state and have already taken necessary steps to ensure my return to health

It may have happened. It may have happened. You know, Iím a performer. I push the envelope, I work in a very uncontrolled manner onstage. I do a lot of free association, itís spontaneous, I go into character. I donít know, in view of the situation and the act going where it was going, I donít know, the rage did go all over the place.

I am a public person, and when I say something, either articulated and thought out, or blurted out in a moment of insanity, my words carry weight in the public arena. As a result, I must assume personal responsibility for my words and apologize directly to those who have been hurt and offended by those words.
I want to say to each of you, simply, and directly, I am deeply sorry for my irresponsible and selfish behavior I engaged in. I knew my actions were wrong. But I convinced myself that normal rules didn't apply. I never thought about who I was hurting. Instead, I thought only about myself.

The main reason I am here today is, itís important to me that I tell you and everyone out there, what I believe, and how I live my life. I believe that every creature on this earth, every one of Godís creatures was created equal. To set the record straight:

  • School shootings are not the national past time of Finland.
  • The people of Liverpool England have a rich and vibrant culture. Part of this rich culture is their beautiful and not at all hilarious accent.
  • Dale Earnhearts death was a horrible tragedy and not in reality "the best day of my life."
  • Native American street gangs do not fire bows sideways or "gangster style". Nor do they fire bows at all.
  • Hentai is not the work of "Jap Chaos Wizards" trying to steal our honest American orgasms.
  • Turks do not smell weird.
  • The politically correct nomenclature is "Inuit" not "Snow Asians"
  • The French have contributed much to western philisophical thought and are not "Full of shit Frogs."
  • Smoking does not make you cool. It does however make you hardcore.
  • Iranian contemporary poetry is not "Hadji gangster rap" 
  • Horse semen is not a delicacy in Sweden.
  • Florida contributes much to American society, and humanity in general. Under no circumstances should anyone "take all their cities, and utterly destroy the men the women and the little ones of every city, leaving none to remain."
  • Just because you beat someone to death with a comically oversized dildo does not mean you can downgrade the charges from "murder" to "sexual assault".
  • Nudity is never appropriate in a court room setting.
  • The people of Germany are not significantly more likely than any other race to derive sexual pleasure from being pooped on.
  • The government of Brazil has not trained monkeys to astroturf on video gaming forums.
  • Overweight-Americans are not smuggling midgets in their skinfolds.
  • Methamphetamine does not give you superpowers.
  • Dick Cheney is not an "uppity cracker"
  • Shia LallyoucaneatBoufet does not moonlight as an understudy for gay pornstars to support his crippling PCP addiction.
  • Grey Aliens are not withholding contact with mankind because of Will and Grace.
  • Refusing to drink my urine, regardless of context, does not make a woman a "stuck up bitch."

Many of you in the room are my friends. Many of you in this room know me. Many of you have cheered for me, or worked with me, or supported me, and now, every one of you has good reason to be critical of me.

For more than a quarter of a century in public life I have shared in the turbulent history of this era. I have fought for what I believed in. I have tried to the best of my ability to discharge those duties and meet those responsibilities that were entrusted to me. Sometimes I have succeeded and sometimes I have failed, but always I have taken heart from what Theodore Roosevelt once said about the man in the arena, "whose face is marred by dust and sweat and blood, who strives valiantly, who errs and comes short again and again because there is not effort without error and shortcoming, but who does actually strive to do the deed, who knows the great enthusiasms, the great devotions, who spends himself in a worthy cause, who at the best knows in the end the triumphs of high achievements and who at the worst, if he fails, at least fails while daring greatly."

Finally, there are many people in this room and there are many people at home who believed in me. Today, I want to ask for your help. I ask you to find room in your hearts to one day believe in me again. Thank you.

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