o Warning! Some governments and jurisdictions may "disappear" Web site owners and assume their web identities so as to "decoy" visitors, (in order to violate those visitors), for the heresy of offending "provincial sensibilities", (willful expressions of sex, porn and nudity), inflicting sometimes, even draconian penalties. For example, in the USA, "underage" consensual relations are now deemed a "violent crime" equating to terrorism, and subject to the Department of Homeland Security when travel is involved, (Executive Order 13257 of February 13, 2002).

     The "War on Sex" appears to be being waged by an yet-unknown-to-us central coordinator. [BILL GATES?] "Deviants" are labeled "incurable" and there looms a malevolent movement underfoot working to supplant the "War on Drugs" and "War on Terrorism" with an even larger "War on Sex", where a vastly higher number of persons are available to governments as targets. The rubrics of "AIDS" and "Trafficking" have already been plotted to elevate sex and pornography to the highest "national security" purview. The US Department of Homeland Security's recent largely-unsubstantiated elevation to Code Orange appears to have been served up in order to deliberately misdirect attention during the time it took the US Congress to rush through the egregious "Protect Act ", along with its now infamous "Feeney Amendment". | 2

     If faint-hearted, disable the "show pictures" setting of your web browser before visiting the more ambiguous sites.

     Fair Use Policy — ala The Microsoft Credo — "All's fair in Love and War!".

"Find out just what the people will submit to
and you will have found out the exact amount
of injustice and wrong which will continue until
those are resisted with either words or blows,
or with both.
"The limits of tyrants are prescribed
by the endurance of those whom they oppress."

— FREDERICK DOUGLASS, August 4, 1857

"No man survives when freedom fails,
The best men rot in filthy jails,
And those who cry 'appease, appease'
Are hanged by those they tried to please."


"Did you really think we want those laws observed?"
said Dr. Ferris. "We WANT them to be broken.
You'd better get it straight that it's not a bunch of
boy scouts you're up against... We're after power
and we mean it... There's no way to rule innocent men.
The only power any government has
is the power to crack down on criminals.
Well, when there aren't enough criminals one makes them.
One declares so many things to be a crime that it becomes
impossible for men to live without breaking laws.
Who wants a nation of law-abiding citizens?
What's there in that for anyone?
But just pass the kind of laws that can neither be
observed nor enforced or objectively interpreted
— and you create a nation of law-breakers —
and then you cash in on guilt.
Now that's the system Mr. Reardon, that's the game,
and once you understand it, you'll be much easier to deal with."

— AYN RAND, Atlas Shrugged

"I regret to say that we of the F.B.I.
are powerless to act
in cases of oral-genital intimacy,
unless it has in some way
obstructed interstate commerce."


"The Military Industrial Complex seems bent upon
a giant pay-back in retaliation against
the Hippie/Flower-Power Generation of Vietnam War resisters
by relentless warring upon the cherished values of our generation,
namely Sex, Drugs and Rock 'n' Roll."

— caller to C-SPAN

"TOTAL CRIMINALIZATION was the greatest idea of its time
and was vastly popular except with those people who
didn't want to be crooks or outlaws.
So, of course, they had to be TRICKED INTO IT...
which is one of the reasons why MUSIC
was eventually made ILLEGAL."


"We're empathetic to the ill and to the sick,
however we cannot disregard federal law.
We have the power to enforce federal drug laws
even in areas where it might not be popular."

— US DEA Agent JAVIER PENA, on why to expect many more medical marijuana arrests

"We would never abuse [absolute power]
provisions of the Patriot Act."

— US Department of Justice

"Every purchase you make with a credit card,
every magazine subscription you buy
and medical prescription you fill,
every Web site you visit
and e-mail you send or receive,
every academic grade you receive,
every bank deposit you make,
every trip you book and every event you attend —
all these transactions and communications will
go into what the Defense Department describes as
"a virtual, centralized grand database."

— New York Times columnist WILLIAM SAFIRE

"And, you know, if this guy had had porn ... in his house,
they would have been, like, oh, we've got to crack down on that;
that's what caused this.
But he was a leader of the church,
and nobody says, close the church."

— BILL MAHER, on the BTK killer and religion

"Morality is the best of all devices
for leading mankind by the nose."


"The prevalence of sexual victimization of children
in the United States is overwhelming,
yet largely unrecognized."

— The Advertising Council, in partnership with the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children (NCMEC)

"YOU may well have missed
Victim Support Week in February.
After all, you don't need a special week to know that
victims are the flavour of the month, the year.
But, in case you were in any doubt,
Jack Straw is appointing a new ombudsman for victims
`to finally bring victims in from the cold;
to put their interests at the heart of the system'.
Oh, come on, Jack, the victim is already centre-stage
and has indeed been put on a pedestal...[for]...
the focus of a high-profile media campaign
to change the law on 'child abuse'.
And gimmicks such as special victim days
just add to what you might call a 'victim culture',
which has crept into the fabric of everyday life and
too frequently distorts public policy and behaviour generally...
Nowhere is this being taught more actively than in our schools,
where we can see that `victim culture' is more than government rhetoric
and is becoming an institutionalised model for future generations...
Thus they learn to be suspicious of people around them
and feel constantly vulnerable.
Children are being encouraged to identify as victims."

— CLAIRE FOX, director of the Institute of Ideas, accusing politicians of creating a 'victim culture' for personal gain.

"[S]ubstantial evidence exists that
anti-trafficking initiatives are more concerned with
eliminating prostitution and stemming migration
than protecting human rights."


"[T]he recent additions to [constitutionally dubious
American Puritan Blue Law] 18 U.S.C. 2257 truly
represent a threat to several [myriad] American rights
that have nothing to do with sex."

— REGINA LYNN, Wired News

"The lie can be maintained only for such time as
the State can shield the people from the political,
economic, and /or military consequences of the lie.
It thus becomes vitally important for the State
to use all its powers to repress dissent,
for the truth is the mortal enemy of the lie -
and thus by extension, the truth becomes
the greatest enemy of the State."

— JOSEPH GOEBBELS, HITLER's Propaganda Minister

"It is not in the national interest
to ban what you cannot see,
nor to prohibit
what you do not know."


"We realized there's something wrong here,
if everybody was upset by the fact
that two people were naked."


"One thing I find ridiculous is
the notion of the good old days
and the decline of American morals.
Th[at] period of American history
[wa]s called The Gilded Age for a reason.
It's all about greed. And it's not solid gold;
everything [wa]s covered in gold leaf —
it's all about appearances
and power and money and
management versus labor.
In that sense, our forebears were
just as corrupt as our contemporaries.
I actually find that reassuring in a way."


"That which is beautiful is moral.
That is all, nothing more."


"I read [Sigmund Freud's] 'Introductory Lectures',
God, what a genius. He makes it so understandable.
And he is so right. Didn't he say himself that
Shakespeare and Dostoievski had a better
understanding of psychology than
all the scientists put together?
Damn it, they do ...
[So,] I'm lying on my bed
wearing only a brassiere."

— MARILYN MONROE, from Miner's Transcript of the Monroe Tapes

"Was will das Weib?"
("What does Woman want?")


"That kind of love making
comes from love. Not lust."

"I don't agree with that,
some of the best earth-shattering sex I've ever had
was with someone I barely even liked,
it was just a physical chemistry thing,
could barely stand him otherwise."

Had horrible awful sex
with someone I loved,
and awesome [sex] with some hottie
who was incredibly stuck on himself.
Just wanted to say
'shut up and do me!'"

— authentic girl-chat, found in a thread on HBO's DEADWOOD community forum

"Sometimes the truth of a thing
is not so much in the think of it,
but in the feel of it."


"[While] left hemisphere language cortices
interpret literal meaning [of communication];
frontal lobes and right hemisphere process
intentional, social and emotional context,
identifying contradictions between
literal meaning and social/emotional context;
the right ventromedial prefrontal cortex
integrates the literal meaning with
the social/emotional knowledge of
the situation and previous situations,
helping to determine true meaning."

— Brain Researcher SIMONE SHAMAY-TSOORY and colleagues at the University of Haifa

"It’s all very confusing, because I happen to know
that my lizard brain occasionally throws its voice
to make it sound like it’s the pre-frontal talking.
I’ll browse the erotica section of a bookstore,
thinking that I’m obeying a pre-frontal call
for some elevated literature that captures
the essence and beauty of human sensuality,
when actually it’s my lizard brain
hoping for pictures."


"The goods of Fortune,
even such as they really are,
still need taste to enjoy them.
It is the enjoying,
not the possessing,
that makes us happy."


"I have toothbrushes
at everybody's house."


"If you're a girl
and you're wearin' a dress,
whip 'em off.
That's it!"

— Polymath FRANK ZAPPA's famous attagirl doff panties well-understood instruction-set

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