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Recently Tawny sent this along. I think he’s upset about something but Like a David Lynch film I can’t figure it out. Maybe you will.
I can’t take it anymore. Can someone please translate whatever message CKUW is trying to convey into something that I might better be able to understand, like Yiddish or that Bushman clicking language? As it stands, I have no idea whether CKUW is seriously claiming that it has the trappings of deity or if it’s simply the case that it is missing not only the point, but also the whole paradigm shift and huge sociological implications. The rest of this letter is focused exclusively on CKUW, not because I harbor any ill-will towards it but because I’m not a psychotic person. I’d like nothing more than to extend my hand in friendship to CKUW’s subordinates and convey my hope that in the days to come we can work together to speak up and speak out against CKUW. Unfortunately, knowing them, they’d rather organize a whispering campaign against me because that’s what CKUW wants. With all due respect, facts and their accuracy make a story, not the overdramatization of whatever CKUW dreams up. Sad, but true. And it’ll only get worse if CKUW finds a way to attack the critical realism and impassive objectivity that are the central epistemological foundations of the scientific worldview. I feel no shame in writing that I recently informed CKUW that its secret police grant a free ride to the undeserving. CKUW said it’d “look further into the matter.” Well, not too much further; after all, it justifies its plans to attack the fabric of this nation as “preemptive self-defense”. And let me tell you, it can’t possibly believe that its opinions are all sweetness and light. It’s juvenile, but it’s not that juvenile. While there are many revolting big-mouths, CKUW is the most stolid of the lot. CKUW accuses me of being drossy whenever I state that I have nothing more to say on that issue. Alright, I’ll admit that I have a sharp tongue and sometimes write with a bit of a poison pen but the fact remains that CKUW uses the word “theologicohistorical” without ever having taken the time to look it up in the dictionary. Organizations that are too lazy to get their basic terms right should be ignored, not debated. Lastly, for those who read this letter, I hope you take it to heart and pass this message on to others.