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04/12/2005 Entry: "De mortuis nihil nisi bene"

De mortuis nihil nisi bene

One should say nothing but good things about people who are dead, as the saying goes. But some could have made bigger efforts during their lifetime to prevent the contrary. I'd rather mourn a person like Terri Schiavo who was a victim of society than the Pope or Andrea Dworkin who were more attackers than anything else. I guess that our Wendy McElroy will have a lot to say about that Andrea who has ceased (d)working against liberty and men. Her husband, who had married her around the time I founded my websites in 1998, but had been her mate for three decades before that, apparently saw enough merits in her. I was about to declare that he should get a medal for that sacrifice, but, you know, he maybe should be blamed too. After all, there are men who subscribe to that rotten agenda of fury-like left-wing feminists, thus committing treason against their own sex, common sense and real progress.

Andrea Dworkin may have had an excuse though, for having been born in Camden, New Jersey, which was not an ideal place to develop a more loving personality.

As you can read in "Fucking Andrea Dworking[sic!]: Appreciated by Jason Farnon":

"Though Dworkin neglects to list the S.C.U.M. Manifesto in her extensive bibliography at the end of Intercourse, the spirit of Solanas's mandate is ever-present.

Just as humans have a prior right to existence over dogs by virtue of being more highly evolved and having a superior consciousness, so women have a prior right to existence over men. The elimination of any male is, therefore, a righteous and good act, an act highly beneficial to women as well as an act of mercy. (The S.C.U.M. Manifesto, p. 67.)"

Her anti-Vietnam War protest did not make her peaceful, she was in continuous war, and when with her feminist lawyer friend Catharine MacKinnon she agitated with the result of an infamous Supreme Court decision and even extended her disastrous effect beyond the border into Canada with the same outcome, she blamed "homophobia and sexism" for the result of her own sick activism. She later shed a crocodile tear, saying that she "does not believe in obscenity laws".

She was not "highly evolved" enough and did not have "superior consciousness" enough to deserve a monument. Bon débarras!

"I want to see a man beaten to a bloody pulp with a high-heel shoved in his mouth, like an apple in the mouth of a pig." (Dworkin, "Ice And Fire")

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