Liberalism is a disease, just like tuberculosis of the spine. Liberalism works like that on the soul. Appearances become deceptive and the consequences of clearly present causes are dismissed as superstition. There are people even now who don’t believe that Napoleon was in Moscow. … The most shameful products of godlessness destroy human feelings of nobility … Black becomes white, darkness is called light …. I have, as in the case of physical disease, mentioned the mental symptoms of the final stages. God forbid that you, my friend, should be seriously ill. But you seem to me to be sick, because disbelief in conspiracy is the first unmistakable symptom of the liberalism that dessicates the soul.-Letter of Friedrich Wilhelm IV to Christian Bunsen, Prussian Ambassador to England, March 1848.
In this article I am going to suggest that the death penalty is an appropriate punishment for influential GW [Glowbull Worming] deniers. But before coming to this surprising conclusion, please allow me to explain where I am coming from.
This guy is Richard Parncutt, a Professor at the University of Graz, Austria. Parncutt, an expert on the psychology of music, originally from Australia. Maybe he spent too much time in Austria, or rap ‘music’.
I have always been opposed to the death penalty in all cases, and I have always supported the clear and consistent stand of Amnesty International on this issue. The death penalty is barbaric, racist, expensive, and is often applied by mistake. Apparently, it does not even act as a deterrent to would-be murderers. Hopefully, the USA and China will come to their senses soon.Blah, blah.. Wait! Barbaric? That’s racist! The Barbary Coast is now Libya and Tunisia.
GW deniers fall into a completely different category from Behring Breivik. They are already causing the deaths of hundreds of millions of future people. We could be speaking of billions, but I am making a conservative estimate.
My estimate of “hundreds of millions” is based on diverse scientific publications about GW.A “conservative estimate”? About GW? See how he tosses that in there conjuring ideas of George W. Bush and Conservativism?
…it is clear that there is a dividing line somewhere between murders for which the death penalty is appropriate and murders for which it is inappropriate. I am proposing to make that dividing line concrete at about one million people. I wish to claim that it is generally ok to kill someone in order to save one million people. Similarly, the death penalty is an appropriate punishment for GW deniers who are so influential that one million future deaths can with high probability be traced to their personal actions. Please note also that I am only talking about prevention of future deaths – not punishment or revenge after the event.Why should I even bother with a leftist screed if it doesn’t contain any Christian bashing? Oh. Wait. Never mind. It is Christmas Day.
There is a clear causal relationship between the Vatican’s continuing active discouragement of the use of condoms and the spead [sic] of AIDS, especially in Africa. We are talking about millions of deaths, so according to the principle I have proposed, the Pope and perhaps some of his closest advisers should be sentenced to death. I am talking about the current Pope, because his continuing refusal to make a significant change to the church’s position on contraception (more) will certainly result in millions of further unnecessary deaths from AIDS in the future.
How refreshing! A leftist rant without a mention of Nazism! Oh wait. There’s more…
Those who deny the holocaust certainly belong behind bars. The death penalty would be too much for them, because holocaust deniers are not directly causing the deaths of other people. The holocaust is in the past, not the future. Those who died in the holocaust cannot be brought back to life.How magnanimous. As Teri always says, you have to look all the way at the bottom to get the “money quote”.
I would just like my grandchildren and great grandchildren, and the human race in general, to enjoy the world that I have enjoyed, as much as I have enjoyed it. Andto achieve that goal I think it is justified for a few heads to roll. Does that make me crazy? I don’t think so. I am certainly far less crazy than those people today who are in favor of the death penalty for everyday cases of murder, in my opinion. And like them I have freedom of speech, which is a very valuable thing.Indeed. A very valuable thing until the State deprives you of it. Nothing screams “Shut up!” like “we will kill you”.In fairness, this moron has revised his article, here. I didn’t bother to read it. Idiocy, like Glowbull Wormening is contagious, studies would show.