Software Engineer

15th May 2012


Iranian Rapper Bounty →

I’ve never understood this self-undermining logic in radical Islam, old-time Catholicism, Chinese Communism, and other totalitarian states: doesn’t the admission of the need for censorship itself imply the system is so fragile as to be threatened by a single dissident voice? (Also, if God existed, and felt that heresy merited death, he/she could probably manage to carry out the sentence without enlisting a lynch mob, motivated by a monetary reward.)

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