It's time to tell the truth about Sophi. What follows is a call to action for those of us who care—a large enough number to lead a jacquerie against Sophi. She expects us to behave like passive sheep. The only choice Sophi believes we should be allowed to make for ourselves is whether to head towards her slaughterhouse at a trot or at a gallop. She certainly doesn't want us choosing to enlighten the mind of Man and improve him as a rational, moral, and social being.
Sophi accuses me of being impolite in my responses to her spiteful commentaries. Let's see: She disgorges her disparaging and arrogant comments on a topic of which she is wholly ignorant, and she expects a polite reply? What is she, maladroit? It would stand to reason that in my observations upon tribalism, I have expressed no opinion thus far of the mode of its extinguishment or melioration. I will note, however, though I still have nothing to propose, that Sophi can't attack my ideas, so she attacks me. It could be worse, I suppose. She could strip people of their rights to free expression and individuality.
Although Sophi would rather I discuss the personality flaws of unwed, pregnant teenagers, she is stepping over the line when she attempts to break down the industrial-technological system—way over the line. She's more than intrusive. Sophi is mega-intrusive. In fact, to understand just how intrusive she is, you first need to realize that Sophi has frequently been spotted making nicey-nice with villainous boneheads. Is this because she needs their help to bake us a cake of oligarchism, filled with serfism and topped with a layer of misoneism? You see, you may find it instructive to contrast the things I like with the things that she likes. I like listening to music. Sophi likes pulling the levers of aspheterism and oiling the gears of despotism. I like kittens and puppies. Sophi likes doing the entire country a grave disservice. I like spending time with friends. Sophi likes threatening anyone who's bold enough to state that she ignores the most basic ground rule of debate. In case you're not familiar with it, that rule is: attack the idea, not the person.
Sophi is an interesting character. On the one hand, she likes to steal the fruits of other people's labor. But on the other hand, I, speaking as someone who is not a shameless porn star, have one itsy-bitsy problem with her codices. Videlicet, they peonize and enslave Sophi's castigators. And that's saying nothing about how I have no set opinion as to whether or not she is unequivocally exasperated by the limitations that have thus far denied her the ability to suborn the most voluble fence-sitters you'll ever see to open the gates of Hell. I do, however, really think that Sophi should undoubtedly heed Cicero's advice, "Appetitus rationi pareat." (For those of you who failed your introductory Latin class, that means, "Let your desires be ruled by reason.")
To restate the obvious: There is an unpleasant fact, painful to the tender-minded, that one can deduce from the laws of nature. This fact is also conclusively established by direct observation. It is a fact so obvious that rational people have always known it and no one doubted it until Sophi and her sycophants started trying to deny it. The fact to which I am referring states that it's easy to tell if Sophi is lying. If her lips are moving, she's lying. The facts are in: Sophi aims at nothing less than the complete overthrow of capitalism, representational government, and democracy. http://www.pakin.org/complaint