Post by The Peeler
On Wed, 03 Oct 2018 06:20:09 -0700, serbian bitch Razovic, the resident
psychopath of sci and scj and Usenet's famous sexual cripple, making an ass
of herself as "jew pedophile Ron Jacobson (jew pedophile Baruch 'Barry'
He said BOO to you, dumb anal Razovic? My, that IS frightening! <snicker>
Of course it frightens the mangina.
He is frightened whenever any of his superiors say BOO!
Now here is an article of interest.
Ethics Quote Of The Week: Andrew Sullivan
Which brings me to Kavanaugh’s testimony, which was spellbinding in a
different way. He behaved, it seemed to me, exactly as an innocent man would
behave if accused of a crime in his teenage years — especially a crime that
was unveiled by his political opponents at the very last moment. It was one
that he could not possibly refute (no one can prove a negative) and it
catalyzed a media frenzy — multiple gang rapes! — that continues to get more
extreme every day. There’s a reason we have statutes of limitation. When
alleged crimes happened decades ago, proof is very hard, and allegations
much easier. And when the alleged perpetrator was also a minor, we’re in a
very weird and difficult place….
Of course he was angry. Wouldn’t you be if you were innocent or had no idea
where this allegation suddenly came from? He wasn’t being accused of sexual
harassment, or sexual abuse as an adult in a way he could have refuted or
challenged. His long-lost teenage years as a hard-drinking jock were now
under the microscope. Even his yearbook was being dissected. Stupid
cruelties and brags from teenage boys were now being used to define his
character, dismiss his record as a judge, his sterling references, his
respected scholarship, his devoted family, his relationship with women in
every capacity. He had to fend off new accusations, ever more grave and ever
…To the extent that the hearing went beyond the specifics of Ford’s
allegations and sought to humiliate and discredit Kavanaugh for who he was
as a teenager nearly four decades ago (a dynamic that was quite pronounced
in some Democratic questioning of the nominee), it was deeply concerning.
When public life means the ransacking of people’s private lives even when
they were in high school, we are circling a deeply illiberal drain. A
civilized society observes a distinction between public and private, and
this distinction is integral to individual freedom. Such a distinction was
anathema in old-school monarchies when the king could arbitrarily arrest,
jail, or execute you at will, for private behavior or thoughts. These lines
are also blurred in authoritarian regimes, where the power of the government
knows few limits in monitoring a person’s home or private affairs or
correspondence or tax returns or texts. These boundaries definitionally can’t
exist in theocracies, where the state is interested as much in punishing and
exposing sin, as in preventing crime. The Iranian and Saudi governments —
like the early modern monarchies — seek not only to control your body, but
also to look into your soul. They know that everyone has a dark side, and
this dark side can be exposed in order to destroy people. All you need is an
—Andrew Sullivan in his essay today, essentially stating the same points we
have discussed at Ethics Alarms, but in his own inimitable, erudite style.
He’s 100% right, of course. Andrew is also a gay, Trump-hating liberal, so
this is a good essay to send to your friends who are teetering on the brink
of madness. They won’t listen to me; maybe he can break through.
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