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leonard oprea… 2012 GLOBALIZED CENSORSHIP – WHO ARE YOU AMERICA TODAY?


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2012 GLOBALIZED CENSORSHIP – WHO ARE YOU AMERICA TODAY?

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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:SOPA_initiative/Take_action

       Wikipedia:SOPA initiative/Take action – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

en.wikipedia.org

This page is for taking action against SOPA/PIPA and for background information until the official Wikipedia blackout begins on Wednesday, January 18th, 5:00 UTC. Read more about the blackout in the the community announcement and in Sue Gardner’s blog post.

Poll: Should the U. S. federal government censor the Internet …

And we do not have to comply with such laws RTHJr| 11/30/10: RE: Poll: Should the U. S. Federal Government censor the Internet? sullivanjc | 11/24/10blogs.techrepublic.com.com/window-on-​windows/?p=3396&tag=… – Cached

Web Censorship Bill Sails Through Senate Committee …… for peer-to-peer file sharing or rejects copyright law, according to the group. In short, COICA would allow the federal government to censor the internet …

www.wired.com/epicenter/2010/11/coica-​web-censorship-bill – Cached

The Attack on the Internet

… here…the censorship of the Internet is on its way and it has the backing of the Federal … government that is trying to censor the internet … Are Not Exempt from Economic Laws

www.conservativeforchange.com/2010/12/​attack-on-internet… – Cached

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WHO ARE YOUAMERICATODAY ?

THE MOST SWEETEST TORTURE IN THE WORLD

Motto:

“Cogito ergo sum—what a colossal lie . . . God is not an illusion.”

(Theophil Magus)

Once upon a time—it has happened in the Communist world—some anti-communist dissident was tortured like the following:

four gorillas agents of the Communist Secret Police / could be the Russian KGB, could be the Romanian “Securitatea”—you named them . . . / took the “rebellious” guy and grabbed his wrists and his ankles; and bent him over a table.

After this, the fifth agent—for sure a superior officer—came and pull down the pants and the underwear of the “pain in the ass” guy.

And, all the five agents started to laugh strongly, happily. . .

Just because the high rank officer, the boss—yes,. . . what he was in charge to do—he hit the balls of the anti-communist dissident. . .

Oh, do not worry—dear reader—it was a very civilized hitting of the balls: the balls of the “fighter for democracy” were bitten not to strong, not to soft, but rhythmically and in the same point—kind of like a jazz drum, you know ? . . . —with, what?. . . well, with a very inoffensive. . . pencil. . .

Oh, yes—after some tears, after some… some deep stubbing pains inside the brain. . . the “rebellious” guy . . . as simple as that, always, but always. . . he passed out.

. . .

Years and years, so many years, but less than a century—our main character, the “rebellious” guy succeeded to live the victory of Democracy in his country.

And, because he has always, but always, in his mind and heart the model for what he had suffered that “jazz” on his balls—the praised model was the Promised Land made inAmerica—our hero decided to live in the native Democracy land to whom he sacrificed everything. . .

. . .

And—guess what ?

. . .

Once upon a time—it is happened in the Land Promised, you could say the American world—some former anti-communist dissident was tortured like the following:

four gorillas agents of the Democracy Police / could be the Russian KGB, could be the Romanian “Securitatea”—you named them . . . / took the “rebellious” guy and grabbed his wrists and his ankles; and bent him over a table.

After this, the fifth agent—for sure a superior officer—came and pull down the pants and the underwear of the “pain in the ass” guy.

And, all the five agents started to laugh strongly, happily. . .

. . .

But—this time everything happened in a very . . . bizarre way. . .

It was only a “spiritual jazz” on his balls. . .

And, yes—this torture was the most sweetest in the world. . .

Why?

You know—democratically they killed his . . . whole hope . . .

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“. . . day and night—blank time. . . /

. . . the first day of December. . . /

. . . this sun—a specter . . . ”

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from : Theophil Magus living in Boston – Anna-Maria 101 breathings (“Xlibris”/Random House Ventures, 2011, USA /Library of Congress Control Number: 2011910709/ ISBN: Hardcover 1-4628-9476-3 & 978-1-4628-9476-5/Softcover 1-4628-9475-5 & 978-1-4628-9475-8/ebook 1-4628-9477-1 & 978-1-4628-9476-5)

(In Theophil Magus living in Boston – Anna-Maria 101 breathings, „Leonard Oprea’s dominant perspective is one of a cold objectivity, too little disposed to easy emotions, other than those hidden, profound feelings and questions. Themes are the life purpose, the ultimate springs of human actions… Intelligence, laconic sarcasm, humor, right targeting. How could we not be indebted to the author? He put his talent of storytelling to serve an exhortation which is nothing else than the health response in the presence of the morbid, the simplicity in the face of artificial, the man-loving of light against darkness and evil./Nicolae Steinhardt – European philosopher, essayist and author); “A novelist and essayist of Leonard Oprea’s literary value does not need any introduction. From no one.” /Valeriu Gherghel – European philosopher, essayist, literary critic and author)

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