A Friendly Advice to a Dimwit
Here’s my advice to a dimwit who wrote this hilarious blog: The Intellectual Anthill of Objectivism. Some people have been very
busy doing some crappy college research work after I published this blog: In Defense of Absolute Rights and Free Speech Against Absolute Ignorance. This reminds me of a friend who said this: “If don’t have enough brain cells to refute it, better deal with trivialities…” Very true indeed!
This is getting funnier. This blog should be called Context-Drop Blog. Well, that’s what you get when you’re intellectually dishonest and lazy. Whatever you babbled on here does not represent AR’s views. I can’t even recognize them. That’s called strawman fallacy. I suggest a better way to attack her views. Try google Ayn Rand and Michael Shermer + Michael Prescott. These guys claimed they were former objectivists. You will surely get good materials for your blog.
This reminds me of someone who had to commit plagiarism just to attack me online. Well, this one is better, I think lol! Here’s what I’m talking about… The Highly Appalling Plagiarism of the Filipino Free-farters
FYI, this is just a piece of shit compared to the more honest Ayn Rand-bash articles that I debunked online. You’re free to tour my blogsite. At least those people had the guts to claim they read her work. As for you, you simply did a little bit of research and worked your little peanut. A non-critical thinker had to rely on some people’s BS. That’s what dimwits do.
That’s what Ilda did to her hilarious blog. Did you see how I debunked it? Now you can never react to it without resorting to trivialities. Isn’t that funny? She doesn’t even know what she’s talking about. Well, only intellectual people and people who have adequate knowledge of the law could understand the many errors in her fallacy-riddled blog.
Sorry but to my standards, that’s simply a bad research… Do it better next time.
Here’s what I learned from Ayn Rand:
“Ayn Rand taught me the cardinal value of honesty- first honesty with one’s self, and second honesty with others. This is consistent with her virtue of selfishness. A person who is not honest with his own self cannot be honest with others. Before one takes on any issue, one has to take upon himself to study the matters involved. One has to have an adequate knowledge of an issue before one can make his own moral or intellectual judgment. This is the reason why I only deal with issues that I am very much familiar with. Familiarity with or having sufficient knowledge of any issue or matter saves one’s self from committing any act of dishonesty or betrayal of one’s self, such as lying, plagiarism, smearing, and the like.
“In effect, she taught me not to rely on and use baseless and unfounded accusations against anybody. She taught me to seek evidence and proof first before making a moral judgment. Any smear or accusation not founded on concrete, solid evidence is a zero; it’s nothing but an anti-intellectual, anti-self mechanism designed to smear and discredit any person or entity. If you blackened the reputation of anybody by using baseless, unfounded claims and assertions, it is only your own self that you had betrayed. What does a dishonest person get from spreading false, ill-founded stories? The answer is artificial happiness or satisfaction, thus smearing is a cunning way to deceive one’s self and to fake reality.”