The ONLY thing that is not being censored on this list [lpaz-discuss] is idle chat about trivia. Ad hominums are fine as long as they are against a liberty activist, and formatted as idle chat about trivia, acting as a distraction from actually dealing the tyranny that we are facing.
The goal of this list [lpaz-discuss] has been converted into keeping libertarians busy chatting about what color to paint the house, while it is burning down. It is only the information that moves people to act against tyranny that is called "clogging up the list with endless repetitive posting of stuff most people here are already well familiar with."
Yes, anyone could learn the tactics of government shills, IF they Googled the term COINTELPRO. The most important term is IF.
IF in one hand and spit into the other and see which one fills up first.
You guys are not stupid enough to being doing this by accident.
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Sent: Saturday, July 27, 2013 10:58 AM
Subject: Re: [lpaz-discuss] Define "posts like this". Exactly what type of message is it that is being censored here?
On Fri, Jul 26, 2013 at 10:58 PM, <johnperna2@...> wrote:
> Mike Renzulli <marenzulli@...> ;
> Define "posts like this".
> Exactly what type of message is it that is being censored here?
> Is it all messages that defend liberty,
> or is it only those messages that expose the tactics of government shills,
> such as what anyone could learn if they Googled the term COINTELPRO.
> I had mistaken this for a libertarian group.
> Please help me to understand.
OK. You said it perfectly yourself, you are posting "what anyone could
learn if they Googled the term COINTELPRO".
So, instead of posting all that, why don't you just have a single line
below your signature, "Please Google the term COINTELPRO to expose the
tactics of government shills".
That way you can do your part for the cause of liberty in every
message without clogging up the list with endless repetitive posting
of stuff most people here are already well familiar with.
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