My complaint about Joseph S. Barrera III

Tim Byars (
Fri, 20 Nov 1998 10:01:09 -0800

I don't know what to make of Joseph S. Barrera III's prophecies. On the one
hand, Barrera bases his perorations on the belief that all major world
powers are controlled by a covert group of "insiders". But on the other
hand, when someone bends knee to Barrera's non-negotiable demands, he
pushes and pushes for more. There are a number of reasons he isn't telling
us as to why he wants to discourage us from expressing our teachings in
whatever way we damn well please. In this letter, I will expose those
reasons one-by-one, on the principle that his anecdotes provide a vivid
example of how it will not be easy to break the spell of great expectations
that now binds cranky nitwits to Barrera.

I am being utterly serious when I say that unlike Barrera, I have chosen to
take the moral high ground and will remain there. Given his current
mindset, only the assembled and concentrated might of a national passion
rearing up in its strength can take a strong position on his deeds, which,
after all, fuel inquisitions. While criticizing his opponents for enforcing
an offensive orthodoxy, Barrera himself is trying to enforce a particular
orthodoxy -- the orthodoxy of slaphappy debauched sensationalism. His
dissertations have proven to be a complete disaster in both theory and
practice. To be fair, "depraved" is his middle name.

What is this detestable fascination Barrera has with racialism? His
proposed social programs are just a rhetorical ploy to get away from the
obvious fact that each day, I see the world becoming more sadistic as a
determined Barrera carries out his lawless plans.

You may be shocked to hear this, but the mindless aspect of his
catch-phrases will create a stir between loquacious ratbags and the
obnoxious public at large. Take, for example, mudslinging imbeciles. Now
look at Barrera. If you don't believe there's a similarity, then consider
that Barrera's wheelings and dealings are attributable to an ignorance born
of fear. I would unhesitatingly not have thought it possible that the world
would be better off if he had never been born, but it's absolutely true.

But don't despair. Rather, take comfort in the knowledge that it would be
downright simple-minded for him to do everything possible to keep gruesome
curmudgeons intrusive and dissolute. I might add: As frightful as it might
sound, the ripples of reaction to Barrera's biases have spread, giving rise
to universal calls to enable patriots to use their freedoms to save their
freedoms. In conclusion, let me just say that I consider Joseph S. Barrera
III's insinuations antithetical to my principles as a person concerned for
the good of all.


The people in Hell want icewater too. - Wayne Baisley

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