Monthly Archives: December 2014

One less brick in the wall

Researchers in the field of Human Biodiversity inform us that Asian babies will remain placid when a cloth is placed over their faces, but European babies will not. Perhaps this explains why suffocating government is typical of the Far East but conspicuous by its absence here in the West. Further scientific experiments are no doubt required before we can say for certain. In the meantime though, assuming that statists are not born but made – or at least that nature can’t take all the credit – the question arises, “Made, how?

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No… that’s just what they’ll be expecting us to do

The British government has decided to outlaw certain kinds of behaviour in British made pornography. This seems like the sort of thing I should write a post about. Everyone else is, after all. I could call my one, “The sexiest canary in the coal mine,” or “If you’ve nothing to hide (from your wife), you’ve nothing to fear,” perhaps.

But I’m not going to write one because, let’s be honest, what’s the point? The government is outlawing consenting adults filming consenting adults engaging in voluntary activities and selling that film to consenting adults. What else can I, or anyone else, say about it? What more can be added? That is it. That’s all that can be said. If you don’t get it by now, you never will. And if you do get it, you don’t need to read yet another post telling you what you already know.

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