--- In thelema93-l@y..., Rick Gorton <tez666@e...> wrote:
> 93, P: The Caliphate is not burning any books, why the analogy to
Not speaking for anyone in particular, the way I understand the
analogy is the restriction of the sale on eBay of (a) privately owned
book(s), bought way before the UK (no other) courts decided this or
that about things may "subsist"ing. . . this interference with books
that are *privately* owned, and one time, bought and paid for. If you
saw the film F451 you remember the scene where the "book patrol"
enters a private home and piles up the books and then sets fire to
them. The analogy is not to the fire I suspect (though there is that
"comment" thing) but the interference with books that are privately
owned and were acquired legitimately.
The eBay restriction makes the books, should one decide one no longer
wishes to own them, good only for use as fireplace logs I guess. It
certainly is an abuse of copyright law, since it does not appear the
Caliphate is planning to rush the SROTO into print and for sale to the
public anytime soon.
> The courts decided fairly on the ownership of copyrights. All the
> examples you are using are violations of legitimate copyright law.
So the Caliphate *is* planning to rush SROTO into print soon for sale
for a profit? Please, when, where and how much? Copyright law is
supposed to protect the creator's rights to *make a profit* after all.
Hey wait, a minute, aren't they getting tax breaks for being a not-
for-profit religious organization or something? So how exactly is the
Caliphate losing money by making books they NEVER planned to publish
and sell unavailable? please, tell me again...? Bore us to death,
quickly. . .
Oh scratch that. Please just let the Caliphate lapse into the
obscurity they so *richly* deserve.
Amen and So Mote It Be.
> you are entitled to your opinions.
> 93, R. p.s. The American Nero may set the world ablaze. See the prophecies
> of the Austrian peasant Stromburger on WWIII, ( he also predicted WWII;
> Stromburger passed away in the late 30s.)
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> > The "Caliphate" Book Patrol: Fahrenheit 418
> > The 1999 Particulars of Claim
> > The 2002 Ruling
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