[OT] who wrote this
kneel.pardoe at virgin.net
Sun Nov 25 19:31:47 PST 2007
On Monday 26 November 2007, Brett Davidson wrote:
> To give another reason against supression of quotes is
> that you tend to emulate the actions of the people's
> ideas that you wished suppressed. "The opinion of this
> person/group is not worthy of being spread" is but the
> thin edge of a fascist wedge.
> It effectively states that you know better than the rest
> of us and that you are entitled to prevent others from
> learning/doing something in their "best interests".
> I wish more people would think about that before
> attempting to meddle in what others are allowed to do.
It reminds me of a very old mystic quote
"when a Sage points to the moon, the idiot sees only a
Lets also remember that history is written by the victors,
which means they LIE!
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