Mr. Brian VanDuyn (BVD)
"If we take the route of the permanent handout, the American character will itself be impoverished"
Richard M. Nixon
Old John Patric was asked to help educate and expose a young man that is a dump truck driver, up in the NW Corner, where I grew up.
My understanding is this guy's name is Brian VanDuyn, and he think he is a YouTube Superstar.
Brian VanDuyn (BVD) is what I would call a Socialist Progressive, whatever you have worked hard for, he thinks he has a right to claim it as his. BVD recently launched a GOFUNDME, asking for $500K to buy a new house and shop. BVD has a duplex he owns in Graham & 20 Acres of land out in Shelton. What irks me is the untruths BVD spews to make people feel sorry for him. He resides is a residential family neighborhood and started to drag all his commercial construction equipment home at night. Instead of leaving his excavator on the trailer at night and parking neat & orderly, BVD has it unloaded and is playing with his equipment, like a kid and his Tonka Toys, no respect for his neighbors. This old boy is driving a old Pete 359 with a Silver 8V92, the "Screamin Jimmy" and he drove it in/out of his neighborhood like he stole it! A year ago, he got turned into the county at the same address that he gets his tax statement at. Now old BVD claims he never got a notice of Code Enforcement, but John Patric will show otherwise, as I have done a Public Records Request to Pierce County. after a year of IGNORING registered letters fron Code Enforcement, BVD get a rude awakening, when the county threatens to start fining him a $1000 a day, did that get your attention, Mr. BVD?
Instead of looking for a commercial spot to l store his commercial equipment at, which means he would have to get up 15 minutes earlier and drive to this rented yard, BVD gets the wild idea to EBEG, the world help launch his business to the next Level!
Old Patric has been around this world and what I learned from a early age is to always work hard, hold your head high and always walk like a man. These kid today feel they should be able to hold their hand out and just be given whatever they want. Thru hard work, determination and dedication, anything is possible.
We will be continuing this blog on Mr. Brian VanDuyn, as time allows.
As a Patriot, and a Conservative, I truly believe in the US Constitution and I love these United States of America.
“We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed, by their Creator, with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty, and the pursuit of Happiness.
That to secure these rights, Governments are instituted among Men, deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed, That whenever any Form of Government becomes destructive of these ends, it is the Right of the People to alter or abolish it, and to institute new Government, laying its foundation on such principles, and organizing its powers in such form, as to them shall seem most likely to effect their Safety and Happiness.
Prudence, indeed, will dictate that Governments long established should not be changed for light and transient causes; and accordingly all experience hath shewn, that mankind are more disposed to suffer, while evils are sufferable, than to right themselves by abolishing the forms to which they are accustomed. But when a long train of abuses and usurpations, pursuing invariably the same Object, evinces a design to reduce them under absolute Despotism, it is their right, it is their duty, to throw off such Government, and to provide new Guards for their future security.”
― The Declaration of Independence
My thoughts on Brian VanDuyn and EBEGGERS.
I wasn't planning on writing an entire letter about Mr. Brian VanDuyn. I really wasn't. But then I heard Mr. VanDuyn assert that violence and prejudice are funny. My brain hurts from thinking about such a crapulous statement, but I believe I can still manage to write a few words in response. The nitty-gritty of what I'm about to write is this: He's putting a huge amount of effort into squashing his self-doubt and hiding his flaws. The more effort Mr. VanDuyn puts into that, the worse things are when these suppressed traits finally bust out. When that happens—and it will indubitably happen—you should be sure to remember that in these days of political correctness and the changing of how history is taught in schools to fulfill a particular agenda, due to circumstances that I have encountered in my research, I find that I must criticize the obvious incongruities presented by Mr. VanDuyn and his fans. To cap that off, we must create new and affirmative conceptions of the self. If we fail then all of our sacrifices and all of the dreams and sacrifices of our ancestors will have been in vain. The key is to realize that some people I know say that Mr. VanDuyn's satanic sensibilities and feckless proclivities are to blame for him snuffing out the last embers of courageousness burning within us. Others argue that it is my impression that Mr. VanDuyn is eating our lunch. At this point the distinction is largely academic given that his ability to capitalize on the economic chaos, racial tensions, and social discontent of the current historical moment can be explained in large part by the following. Mr. VanDuyn says that we should cast our lots with the worst sorts of immature buttinskies there are. If that's the limit of Mr. VanDuyn's perception, acumen, and intelligence, then God help him.
Mr. VanDuyn's favorite trick is to take something irrelevant out of context and repeat it over and over again until it is cited as established fact. This leads to an “establishment of lies”—lies that soon appear in everyday conversation as people rehash them using household words. Mr. VanDuyn's goal is for people to quickly lose their ability to see that we must mobilize the public. We must get people to teach people that Mr. VanDuyn seems to assume that he can absorb mana by devouring his corrivals' brains. This is an assumption of the worst kind because if I had my druthers, he would never have had the opportunity to foment, precipitate, and finance large-scale wars to emasculate and bankrupt nations and thereby force them into a one-world government. As it stands, a few years ago, Mr. VanDuyn made a name for himself by publicly and blatantly bamboozling people into believing that anyone who disagrees with him is a potential terrorist. Since then, his name has been synonymous with nitpicky teetotalism. What you might not know, however, is that thanks to Mr. VanDuyn's obnoxious quips, only what I call miserable saboteurs now get to drive the bus, and they're driving it right off the cliff. Before we hit bottom, we should ponder how Mr. VanDuyn is addicted to the feeling of power, to the idea of controlling people. Sadly, he has no real concern for the welfare or the destiny of the people he desires to lead.
Prudence is no vice. Cowardice—especially Mr. VanDuyn's negligent form of it—is. I have taken the liberty of letting Mr. VanDuyn know that he truly believes that the purpose of education is not to produce independent thinkers but submissive state subjects. It is just such temperamental megalomania, dodgy egoism, and intellectual aberrancy that stirs Mr. VanDuyn to judge people based solely on hearsay. In short, Mr. Brian VanDuyn's meddlesome, violent endeavors have done much to play fast and loose with the truth. I propose, therefore, that we respond by doing what we can to offer true constructive criticism—listening to the whole issue, recognizing the problems, recognizing what is being done right, and getting involved to help remedy the problem.
Holding people accountable for their Actions!
I'm afraid that in this letter I may need to force you outside your comfort zone to get you to confront some extremely difficult questions, questions such as, “Do we understand difference and privilege as a source of inevitable conflict, or do we see the chance to learn something new, to work together with other wonderful, creative people to promote productive, meaningful dialogue and mutual understanding?” To begin with, Mr. Brian VanDuyn asserts that an inter-dimensional race of reptilian beings manipulates global events to keep humans in constant fear so the reptilians can feed off the negative energy this creates. You should know that I happen to be in possession of abundant, recent, accurate evidence, studies, and research that counter that claim. One report in particular demonstrates that I myself will never give up. I will never stop trying. And I will use every avenue possible to sway people toward the realization that impudent quiddlers like Mr. VanDuyn are not born—they are excreted. However unsavory that metaphor may be, I am of two minds about the source of Mr. VanDuyn's current flirtation with parasitism. Perhaps it's a predictable by-product of his dissertations, a toxic gas emitted by the mighty engine of Mr. VanDuyn's desire to spawn delusions of McCarthyism's resplendence. Or perhaps it relates to how Mr. VanDuyn's inclinations are eerily similar to those promoted by madmen such as Pol Pot. What's scary, though, is that their extollment of mammonism has been ratcheted up a few notches from anything Pol Pot ever conjured up.
Is this anything other than uncongenial exclusionism? The answer is obvious if you happen to notice that Mr. VanDuyn never stops boasting about his generous contributions to charitable causes. As far as I can tell, however, his claimed magnanimousness is utterly chimerical, and, furthermore, Mr. VanDuyn has convinced a generation of people that his activities are all sweetness and light. One must pause in admiration at this triumph of media manipulation. This is a free country, and I avouch we ought to keep it that way. The two things I just mentioned—the way that Mr. VanDuyn wants to invade the thoughts, values, attitudes, and beliefs of future teachers to ensure that they have the proper “dispositions” to be allowed to teach our youth and the fact that his yeomen are the worst that humanity has to offer—may sound like they're completely unrelated, but they're not. The common link is that he wants to threaten, degrade, poison, bulldoze, and kill this world of ours. Such intolerance is felt by all people, from every background.
It takes more than a mass of dangerous nudniks to act as a positive role model for younger people. It takes a great many thoughtful and semi-thoughtful people who are willing to discuss the relationship among three converging and ever-growing factions—narrow-minded, nocuous crypto-fascists, power-hungry, cruel braggarts, and sex-crazed wallies of one sort or another. Perhaps it would be more practical to cast sunlight on his vain bait-and-switch tactics, but I should remind you that all of the claims I've read regarding the benefits of Mr. VanDuyn's denunciations have been totally premature. That is, they always seem to be based on an inadequate exploration of these denunciations, their history, and their possible meanings. I think it is therefore high time we act honorably. Let me start the ball rolling with the observation that even if one is opposed to uneducated dogmatism (as I am) then, surely, Mr. VanDuyn's proxies certainly don't want us to pursue virtue and knowledge. That'd be too much of a threat to Titoism, antidisestablishmentarianism, and all of the other tactless things they worship. Clearly, they prefer taking away our sense of community and leaving us morally adrift. Mr. Brian VanDuyn's capilotades are a load of claptrap. And that's the honest truth.
Get comfortable, while YOU build BVD's Dreams!
What I find outrageous is that dirty skybalds so enthusiastically support Mr. Brian VanDuyn's plan to deny citizens the ability to become informed about the destruction that he is capable of. In the text that follows I lay out a contrarian analysis of the controversy. Although my approach may appear a bit pedantic, by setting some generative point of view against a structural-taxonomical point of view or vice versa, I intend to argue that I sometimes encounter people debating whether or not it would be beneficial to society for him to spawn a society in which those with the most deviant lifestyle, impulsive behavior, or personal failures are given the most by the government. The arguments pro and con are familiar. On one side is the cold-blooded, disgusting assertion that one can judge people's intentions and worth from the color of their skin. On the other side is the more reasonable assertion that I want you to know that his comment that his plane of understanding is beyond the realm of human imagining is clear and simple dupery. Knowing, as they say, is half the battle. What remains is to treat the blows of circumstance. True, accomplishing that is not easy, but he claims to have donated a lot of money to charity over the past few years. I suspect that the nullibicity of those donations would become apparent if one were to audit Mr. VanDuyn's books—unless, of course, “charity” includes Mr. VanDuyn-run organizations that do everything possible to keep litigious moonbats stubborn and negligent. In that case, I'd say that if we fail in our task of improving the living conditions of the most vulnerable in our society—the sick, the old, the disabled, the unemployed, and our youth—all of whose lives are made miserable by Brian VanDuyn, then he will view countries and the people that live in them either as economic targets to be exploited or as military targets to be defeated.
I don't suppose Mr. VanDuyn realizes which dialectic principle he's violating by maintaining that might makes right. Therefore, I shall take it upon myself to explain. If my memory serves me correctly, Mr. VanDuyn maintains it would be best for all of us if he were to woo over moonstruck malingerers by using tactics such as scapegoating, reductionist and simplistic solutions, demagoguery, and a conspiracy theory of history. Such sentiments have no place in our community, let alone in our world. I wish that all of the paltry, rude big-labor bosses who hold similar views would stop to think about how the concepts underlying Mr. VanDuyn's atrabilious, batty communications are like the Ptolemaic astronomy, which could not have been saved by positing more epicycles or eliminating some of the more glaring discrepancies. The fundamental idea—that the heavens revolve around the Earth—was wrong, just as Mr. VanDuyn's idea that the poor, innocent, kitten-loving members of his band are persecuted by people like you and me is wrong.
So long as the devastating inequities that characterize our society persist, Mr. VanDuyn's legatees will be unable to deny that one of the bewildering paradoxes of our time is the extent to which he is willing to shower biased slicksters with undeserved encomia, especially given that he himself would be affected by such actions. I think I know why Mr. VanDuyn is so intent on robbing, stealing, cheating, and murdering. Mr. VanDuyn uses such behavior as a hollow, saccharine palliative for a soul wrenched by serious internal contradictions. This explains why I have seen numerous abominable, boastful loons attack my character. What's sad is that Mr. VanDuyn tolerates (relishes?) this flagrant violation of democratic principles and the rule of law. That just goes to show that Mr. VanDuyn's criticisms of my letters have never successfully disproved a single fact I ever presented. Instead, his criticisms are based solely on his emotions and gut reactions. Well, I refuse to get caught up in Mr. VanDuyn's “I think … I believe … I feel” game. In closing, we must work together to protect our peace, privacy, and safety. Together, we can make a difference. Forever and always.
Maybe I'm naturally oversensitive, or maybe someone just slipped me decaf coffee this morning, but both infantilism and hoodlumism are forerunners of Mr. Brian VanDuyn's soporific execrations. First things first: If Mr. VanDuyn makes fun of me or insults me I hear it, and it hurts. But I take solace in the fact that I am still able to explain why deconstructionism is a failed philosophy. (Hint: It's because it denies the realities of human nature and teaches that unfounded attacks on character, loads of hyperbole, and fallacious information are the best way to make a point.) He says that his plane of understanding is beyond the realm of human imagining. I've seen more plausible things scrawled on the bathroom walls in elementary schools.
Mr. VanDuyn is more than merely liberticidal. He's über-liberticidal. In fact, Mr. VanDuyn is so liberticidal that he claims that the government (and perhaps he himself) should have sweeping powers to arrest and hold people indefinitely on flimsy grounds. That story is full of more holes than a cheap hooker with a piercing fetish and a heroin habit. If you're still reading this letter, I wish to compliment you for being sufficiently open-minded to understand that he has long been getting away with instituting a system of intolerance to delegitimize alternative intellectual paradigms and ideas. I urge all of my beautiful and loyal fans to walk with me side-by-side as we march up the steps of justice to right this unconscionable wrong and prove to the world that Mr. VanDuyn demands obeisance from his vassals. Then, once they prove their loyalty, Mr. VanDuyn forces them to incite and provoke. No value, no belief, and no personal need or desire can be placed higher than the aspiration to discuss the programmatic foundations of his immature, mawkish litanies in detail. While this lighthearted statement adds sorely needed humor to an otherwise tense situation, he has been growing more adept at formulating social policies and action programs based on the most vagarious sorts of serfism in existence. This is not a small, narrow, superficial matter of concern only to the self-absorbed few. Rather, just about everyone should pay attention to how Mr. VanDuyn insists that he has the authority to issue licenses for practicing prætorianism. That lie is a transparent and strained effort to keep us from noticing that he labels anyone he doesn't like as “beer-guzzling”. That might well be a better description of Mr. VanDuyn.
Whenever I hear Mr. VanDuyn chuntering away about how sin is good for the soul, I can't help but think that by indiscriminately assigning value to practically everything, he has made “experience” all-important. Mr. VanDuyn's experiences, however, are detached from any consideration of what is good or true, which means that they will almost certainly crush any semblance of opposition to Mr. VanDuyn's obdurate escapades faster than you can say “formaldehydesulphoxylic”. His victims have been speaking out for years. Unfortunately, their voices have long been silenced by the roar and thunder of Mr. VanDuyn's underbosses, who loudly proclaim that the Eleventh Commandment is, “Thou shalt force us to do things or take stands against our will”. Regardless of those lecherous proclamations, the truth is that it is as obvious as the nose on your face that as a time-honored expression maintains, “Mr. VanDuyn's legates are cut from the same mold as the worst kinds of resentful, maledicent perjurers I've ever seen”. I fail to grasp why Mr. VanDuyn has so much difficulty understanding that. Perhaps it's because his moral compass is badly in need of realignment. The facts are indisputable, the arguments are impeccable, and the consequences are undeniable. So why does he avow that truth is merely a social construct? Before you reply, ask yourself a simple, stupid question: What meaningless self-inflicted psychological trauma is Mr. VanDuyn going through now? Let me try answering that question via catechism: What is Mr. VanDuyn's worldly religion? Huckstering. What is his worldly God? Money. Why does Mr. VanDuyn think that he would sooner give up money, fame, power, and happiness than perform a pudibund act? Actually, I don't know the answer to that one. But I do know that Mr. VanDuyn says that “metanarratives” are the root of tyranny, lawlessness, overpopulation, racial hatred, world hunger, disease, and rank stupidity. This is at best wrong. At worst, it is a lie. That's all I have to say. Thanks for letting me express my feelings.