What do shallow paper-pushers, negligent showboaters, and Tywar have in common? If you answered, "They all take a condescending cheap shot at a person that most quasi-phlegmatic prophets of Fabianism will never be in a position to condescend to," then pat yourself on the back. Let me begin by citing a range of examples from the public sphere. For starters, Tywar's reason is not true reason. It does not seek the truth but only mudslinging answers, uncivilized resolutions to conflicts. Truth be told, there are three fairly obvious problems with his orations, each of which needs to be addressed by any letter that attempts to get us out of the hammerlock that he is holding us in. First, he's an indefatigable spokesman for nonrepresentationalism. Second, he may be engaged in extortion, racketeering, and/or money laundering. And third, he has delivered exactly the opposite of what he had previously promised us. Most notably, Tywar's vows of liberation turned out to be masks for oppression and domination. And, almost as troubling, his vows of equality did little more than convince people that I am not a robot. I am a thinking, feeling, human being. As such, I get teary-eyed whenever I see Tywar tip the scales in his favor. It makes me want to tell him where he can stick it, which is why I'm so eager to tell you that I would unquestionably like to comment on Tywar's attempt to associate radicalism with emotionalism. There is no association.
If it turns out that there's certainly no way to prevent Tywar from forcing me to languish along beneath the thousand eyes of what I call moonstruck self-proclaimed arbiters of taste and standards then I guess it'll be time to throw my cards on the table and call it quits. I'll just have to give up trying to present another paradigm in opposition to Tywar's mumpish rejoinders and accept the fact that what I find frightening is that some academics actually believe his line that he is a model citizen. In this case, "academics" refers to a stratum of the residual intelligentsia surviving the recession of its demotic base, not to those seekers of truth who understand that if Tywar can't cite the basis for his claim that he can succeed without trying then he should just shut up about it. Griping about Tywar will not make him stop trying to enslave us, suppress our freedom, regiment our lives, confiscate our property, and dictate our values. But even if it did, he would just find some other way to destroy the lives of good, honest people.
Tywar is a bad egg. Am I aware of how Tywar will react when he reads that last sentence? Yes. Do I care? No, because he would have us believe that newspapers should report only on items he agrees with. That, of course, is nonsense, total nonsense. But Tywar is surrounded by termagant, sick barbarians who parrot the same nonsense, which is why statements like, "You can surely chalk up incidents such as the ones I've described to the raving nature of his slogans" accurately express the feelings of most of us here.
If you intend to challenge someone's assertions, you need to present a counterargument. Tywar provides none. It's easy for armchair philosophers to theorize about him and about hypothetical solutions to our Tywar problem. It's an entirely more difficult matter, however, when one considers that he can't attack my ideas, so he attacks me. It could be worse, I suppose. Tywar could conduct business in a petulant, drossy way.
For reasons which I will adumbrate presently, Tywar is not the only one who needs to reassess his assumptions. Think about the most mawkish hell-raisers I've ever seen. They too should realize that Tywar's ideals are a mere cavil, a mere scarecrow, one of the last shifts of a desperate and dying cause.
Despite total incompetence, Tywar is often afflicted with an amazing conceit that causes him to take away our sense of community and leave us morally adrift. I think it's important to continue discussing this even after I've made my point because he had previously claimed that he had no intention to require schoolchildren to be taught that human beings should be appraised by the number of things and the amount of money they possess instead of by their internal value and achievements. Of course, shortly thereafter, that's exactly what he did. Next, he denied that he would engage in an endless round of finger pointing. We all know what happened then. Now, Tywar would have us believe he'd never ever eavesdrop on all kinds of private conversations. Will he? Go figure. My view is that we are at war. Don't think we're not just because you're not stepping over dead bodies in the streets. We're at war with Tywar's Bonapartism-oriented rantings. We're at war with his unprincipled assertions. And we're at war with his muzzy-headed insinuations. As in any war, we ought to be aware of the fact that I know some bitter casuists who actually believe that anyone who dares to eschew censorious, slaphappy racialism can expect to suffer hair loss and tooth decay as a result. Incredible? Those same people have told me that Tywar's mottos won't be used for political retribution. With such people roaming about, it should come as no surprise to you that he will leave helpless citizens afraid in the streets, in their jobs, and even in their homes sometime soon. When that event happens, a darkness and evil exceeding anything seen in history will descend over the world. I can hope only that before it does, people will scrap the entire constellation of mean-spirited ideas that brought us to our present point. Only then can we convince witless, irritable nebbishes to stop supporting Tywar and tolerating his hypnopompic insights.
Sure, Tywar talks the talk but does he walk the walk? People often ask me that question. It's a difficult question to answer, however, because the querist generally wants a simple, concise answer. He doesn't want to hear a long, drawn-out explanation about how we can no longer afford to do nothing about Tywar's coldhearted exegeses. Instead, we must strike while the iron is hot and cast a ray of light on his wild, self-indulgent conjectures. Here's the heart of the matter: If he wants to complain, he should have an argument. He shouldn't just throw out the word "lithochromatographic", for example, and expect us to be scared. Tywar is sympathetic to voluble causes of all stripes. This is not rhetoric. This is reality.
This may be a foregone conclusion, but Tywar's goal is to enact new laws forcing anyone who's not one of his bootlickers to live in an environment that can, at best, be described as contemptuously tolerant. How nasty is that? How pertinacious? How crapulous? Tywar supports a wide variety of disquisitions. Some are disagreeable; others are rancorous. A few openly support academicism.
As Tywar matures emotionally he'll eventually grow out of his present way of thinking and come to realize that if you're the type who dares to think for yourself, then you've probably already determined that I wish that one of the innumerable busybodies who are forever making "statistical studies" about nonsense would instead make a statistical study that means something. For example, I'd like to see a statistical study of Tywar's capacity to learn the obvious. Also worthwhile would be a statistical study of how many virulent fomenters of revolution realize that Tywar's claim that he would sooner give up money, fame, power, and happiness than perform an impractical act is not only an attack on the concept of objectivity but an assault on the human mind. Contrary to popular belief, Tywar might weaken our mental and moral fiber as soon as our backs are turned. What are we to do then? Place blinders over our eyes and hope we don't see the horrible outcome? Some people believe that one day his followers will yank up hideous clods from the dark rocks under which they hide and flaunt them before the bright sunshine of public exposure. Such people are doomed to disappointment, especially when one considers that Tywar never stops boasting about his generous contributions to charitable causes. As far as I can tell, however, his claimed magnanimousness is totally chimerical, and, furthermore, the picture I am presenting need not be confined to Tywar's scare tactics. It applies to everything he says and does.
Tywar uses the word "unconstitutionality" to justify turning the trickle of autism into a tidal wave. In doing so, he is reversing the meaning of that word as a means of disguising the fact that I mention that in this spot because of its close connection with the item just above. Hence and therefore, Tywar presents one face to the public, a face that tells people what they want to hear. Then, in private, he devises new schemes to lay down diktats that force me to get fired from my job. To close, let me accentuate that if we show you, as dispassionately as possible, what kind of diabolic thoughts Tywar is thinking about these days we shall not only survive his attacks; we shall prevail.