After reading this thread.
I have to say, the state we are in as a nation, even backed up by people's knee-jerk emotions on ATS (of all places) just totally sucks.
I really don't know what to say aside from that, other than, no matter how awful something may seem, not chipping away at basic constitutional rights
is more important than banning a so-called book. I guess some people just don't realize what kind of people pedophiles are. They don't get their
lessons or urges from online bookstores for crying out loud. They are underground and usually isolated to themselves, and usually people you would
least expect. This "e-book" does nothing, it doesn't tempt people into pedophilia or promote some sort of "child-sex is normal" idea. How absurd. The
Disney corporation does plenty of that, so don't you worry folks.
This is why I find this all to be one big joke and set-up, it coincides with the wikileaks scandal, among other things. I find this to be an obvious
ploy/ruse to erode our rights and make the sheep among us respond in unlearned emotions, to make it seem as if the country actually supports eroding
away our rights when "someone is offended". Well, maybe they really do support it.
There were really no crimes committed with this, other than the crime of offending knee-jerk reactionaries. Call me callous all you like, but you know
I'm right, and you all should know what's more important in this situation.
Also, I think people need to start drawing the correlation between the Wikileaks Julian Assange sex scandal, and this "upsetting book". It is a
classic psyop. Whenever a faction wants to exploit it's weary people, and founding principles, they will attack by lumping national security, sex, and
children in one swing. Making everyone fearful, confused and emotional.
A broad, sweeping change to government dynamics and laws is soon to follow. You can count on that. You mean like new FCC & Net Neutrality limitations
for everyone on the internet? Oh you betcha!!
So in the coming months (or weeks), when net neutrality and limited internet becomes popular, what do you think will be in the general population's
recent memory? Does anyone see where I'm going with this?
edit on 20-12-2010 by SyphonX because: (no reason given)