Some of my colleagues recommended that I write a post about how these paragraph posters remind me of an out-of-touch blatherer who lacks a properly functioning brain. This is that post. I will start this discussion by arguing that a considerable element of the unpredictable must invariably be taken into account when offering true constructive criticism—listening to the whole issue, recognizing the problems, recognizing what is being done right, and getting involved to help remedy the problem. Then, I will present evidence that paragraph poster's favorite tactic is known as “deceiving with the truth”. The idea behind this tactic is that it wins our trust by revealing the truth but leaving some of it out. This makes us less likely to spread the word that we must mobilize the public. We must get people to tell the story that paragraph posters have for so long been nursing the wrongs they imagine the world had done them that it's determined to exact revenge by overthrowing democratic political systems. But there is a bigger story, too: a story of hatred and intolerance, a story that these paragraph poster's proposed social programs have merged with onanism in several interesting ways. Both spring from the same kind of reality-denying mentality. Both formulate social policies and action programs based on the most passive-aggressive sorts of Zendicism in existence. And both distort the facts. I will not bow to coercion, intimidation, or the threat of violence. Surprised? You shouldn't be, because thanks to these paragraph posters, a slow and secret poison has entered the vitals of our society, sapping from citizens that public courage which is nourished by the love of independence, the sense of national honor, the presence of danger, and the habit of command. All we're left with is a somber realization that these paragraph posters are trying to get us to acquiesce to a Faustian bargain. In the short term this bargain may help us fight corruption. Unfortunately, in the long term it will enable these paragraph posters to demonize and penalize people who find success on the road to happiness. Paragraph poster's hostile acolytes are nothing more than subservient blobs of easily controlled protoplasm. That's why they're so willing to help the paragraph poster's use mass organization as a system of integration and control. Paragraph postering has been shifting our society from a culture of conscience to a culture of consensus. Should doing so buy them the right to dialogue, negotiation, concessions, and power? I say no because these paragraph posters uses temselves as the gold standard or benchmark by which to measure all other posts. Alas, that benchmark, just like imperial measurements versus the metric system, needs a conversion formula to make them decipherable. Let me help decipher it by pointing out that these paragraph postings maintain that the government should be beholden to special interests, campaign donors, and lobbyists. That's not just a lie but is actually the exact opposite of the truth—and these paragraph posters know it. Why do paragraph posters deliberately turn the truth on its head like that? The answer should be self-evident so let me just point out that relative even to prurient, soulless mobocrats, the paragraph posters are more excitable, more violent, less sexually restrained, more impulsive, more prone to commit crime, less altruistic, less inclined to follow rules, and less cooperative—and the paragraph posters know it. Remember, though, that just because I have one view of an issue and these paragraph posters have a different view does not in itself mean that a paragraph poster is a shiftless upstart and a beggarly, unprofessional liar. But when a paragraph poster says that coercion in the name of liberty is a valid use of state power, they're simply lying. That's why I warrant that given the amount of misinformation that paragraph posters are circulating, I must indisputably point out that such rantings really qualify for the most vile and contemptuous pejoratives that I have in my arsenal. The best example of this, culled from many, would have to be the time some tried to arrest and detain its castigators indefinitely without charge, without trial, and without access to legal counsel. Such paragraph posters have written volumes about how sectarianism forms the core of any utopian society. Don't believe a word of it, though. The truth is that they keeps saying that the moon is made of green cheese. I suggest taking such statements with a grain of salt because if you were to strip out all the fancy words from the intellectually challenged, atrabilious dissertations you'd be left with a fairly simplistic, caveman-like message. “Me paragraph poster. Me big brain. Me detractors scornful sleazeballs. Me no like.” If these paragraph posters were to say such things to you, one hortative idea is to remind it that it has managed to mollify its more trusting critics simply by promising not to teach our children a version of history that is not only skewed, distorted, and wrong but dangerously so. We shall see how long that lasts. In the meantime, if it weren't for these paragraph poster's double standards they would have no standards at all. Hence, it's utterly a waste of time even to address the paragraph poster's hypocrisy. That's why I'll state merely that I want to carry the torch of justice. That may seem simple enough, but we must encourage open, civic engagement. This call to action begins with you. You must be the first to question orthodoxy and convention. You must be the one to bear the flambeau of freedom. And you must inform your fellow man that those of us who are still sane, those of us who still have a firm grip on reality, those of us who still feel that it is appalling to me that these paragraph poster has managed to create an atmosphere that may temporarily energize or exhilarate but which, at the same time, will pose the gravest of human threats, have an obligation to do more than just observe what these paragraph poster is doing from a safe distance. We have an obligation to expand people's understanding of its boastful “compromises”. We have an obligation to carve solutions that are neither vilipensive nor nocent. And we have an obligation to cultivate people's minds and refine their judgment. As you know, that's the best way to point out that I, for one, have seen numerous tactless nupsons peddle fake fears to the public. What's sad is that paragraph posters tolerate (relish?) this flagrant violation of democratic principles and the rule of law. That just goes to show that these paragraph posters like homilies that impose its prejudices on the public. Could there be a conflict of interest there? If you were to ask me, I'd say that it and its conveniently bribed allies have been rescuing narcissism from the rubbish heap of history, dusting it off, slapping on a coat of cheap sophistry, and marketing it as new and improved. As bad as that is, it represents only the thin end of the wedge. In the blink of an eye, these paragraph poster will likely dress up its profit motive in the cloak of selfless altruism. Not that I ever believed a paragraph poster's lies, but at least before they had some kind of internal consistency—a logic, albeit twisted, that invited refutation. But now, it seems it is desperately flailing about for any pretext, no matter how ludicrous or slight, to savage its antagonists. If these paragraph posters would abandon thier name-calling and false dichotomies it would be much easier for me to launch an all-out ideological attack against the forces of presenteeism. It may seem difficult to do that. It is. But the paragraph poster's suggestions are based on hate. Hate, militarism, and an intolerance of another viewpoint, another way of life. Anyway, that's it for this post. Let these paragraph poster's read it and weep, and always remember to keep our posts brief and well formatted. No one likes to read the ramblings of a long-winded blowhard, after all!