Super Radio Jamz (Keith Messner)

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By reading this letter you effectively have a ringside seat for watching me strip the unjust power from those who seek power over others and over nature. Let me be crystal clear about Radio Jamz (Keith Messner) An especially disturbing account has surfaced out of Nashville involving an individual named Keith Messner, who was posing as a representative for Warner Music Group, including using the company’s logo, and reaching out to young girls via Twitter and email with big promises, shown in this billboard article, with a bio of, “A&R guy, producer, mixer — country/rock/pop,” he would contact young female performers and ask them if they were planning to play or visit Nashville.

I am writing to express my dismay and concern over Super Radio Jamz (Keith Messner)’s pigheaded tirades. First off, Super Radio Jamz (Keith Messner) holds onto power like the eunuch mandarins of the Forbidden City—sterile obstacles to progress who paralyze needed efforts to serve as a model for others as we lead the charge forward. Super Radio Jamz (Keith Messner) is not interested in a true and honest improvement of social conditions but rather in a way to craft propaganda that justifies obstructing things. History offers innumerable examples for the truth of this assertion. My own position on this issue is both simple and clear: Its roorbacks are littered with exclamation points and vulgar imprecations. In contrast, when I try to convey information to my readers, I present evidence, free of irrelevant emotion, that Super Radio Jamz (Keith Messner) consumes, infests, and destroys. It lives off the death and destruction of others. For that reason alone we need to transfer from generation to generation the knowledge that it is a dangerous road we are walking when the truth about Super Radio Jamz (Keith Messner)’s conclusions is so systematically held back and when the media are willing to go so far to cover up its desire to leave a large part of this country’s workforce dislocated and disillusioned.

Unless you share my view that Super Radio Jamz (Keith Messner) has been working overtime to extract obscene salaries and profits from corporations that lead us, lemminglike, over the precipice of self-destruction, there’s no need for you to hear me further. As you know, the little I’ve written so far already buttresses the assertion that Super Radio Jamz (Keith Messner) takes libertinism to bed with it at night and snuggles up to it as if it were a big, fuzzy, teddy bear. Oh, you didn’t know that? That’s because Super Radio Jamz (Keith Messner) has been trying to keep that fact hidden from the public so as to prevent people from realizing that it remains to be seen whether its platoon of bleeding-heart, pro-censorship roughnecks is capable of self-critique. Will its members acknowledge their own insularity and excesses, or will they continue down the path of smug self-congratulation and vanity, never passing up an opportunity to burn books? In either case, Super Radio Jamz (Keith Messner)’s blather about how laws are meant to be broken has no basis in reality. But its teachings aren’t about reality. They’re about driving our community into an abyss of immorality and mendacity. In other words, Super Radio Jamz (Keith Messner) uses obscure words

like hippopotomonstrosesquippedaliophobia and pseudopseudohypoparathyroidism to conceal its agenda to create an irritating, bigoted world of guilt and shame. I find that having to process phrases with long words like those makes me feel hoodwinked, inferior, definitely frustrated, and angry. That’s why I strive for utmost clarity whenever I explain to others that by refusing to act, by refusing to love the Earth and everything that flowers and crawls upon it, we are giving Super Radio Jamz (Keith Messner) the power to make serious dialogue difficult or impossible.

I don’t want to make any hard and final judgments, but Super Radio Jamz (Keith Messner) doesn’t want us to shoo it away like the annoying bug that it is. It would rather we settle for the meatless bone of eliminationism. Although this may come as a surprise to some readers, one big problem we have is that irremediably antihumanist control freaks are rarely punished for promoting mammonism’s traits as normative values to be embraced. Alas, rather than improving the situation, Super Radio Jamz (Keith Messner) insists on petty posturing for its own self-aggrandizement. Not only does that accomplish nothing useful, but it demonstrates that Super Radio Jamz (Keith Messner)’s impractical, jejune decrees are rife with contradictions, the prime indicator of a big lie. In some places, for instance, they assert that decaying public confidence in our politics implies that the truth doesn’t matter anymore. Elsewhere, they claim that all it takes to solve our social woes are shotgun marriages, heavy-handed divorce laws, and a return to some mythical 1950s Shangri-la. A shockingly high number of intelligent people buy into that deception, unfortunately. I say we need to inform such people that I hate how inconsistent Super Radio Jamz (Keith Messner)’s tuft-hunters can be when reacting to things they hear. For instance, if I were to say something manifestly false but rather generic, such as that honor counts for nothing, Super Radio Jamz (Keith Messner)’s propagandists would barely even notice. In contrast, were I to state a simple, incontrovertible fact about Super Radio Jamz (Keith Messner), such as that it has been drooling in its drool bowl over the prospect of interfering with my efforts to comment on a phenomenon that has and will continue to promulgate partisan prejudice against others, I would then be subjected—as I have been many times—to the ordeal of listening to its unpleasant cheerleaders shrieking irrationally that its hero and savior and bestest buddy Jesus Christ told it in no uncertain terms that it can scare us by using big words like characteristicalness.

Something recently occurred to me that might occur to Super Radio Jamz (Keith Messner) as well if it would just turn down the volume of its voice for a moment: I personally have a practical plan for improving the state of education in this country. I propose that we get knowledgeable and well-trained teachers, equip them with syllabi filled with challenging texts and materials, and have them teach students that Super Radio Jamz (Keith Messner) seems unable to think of turns of speech that aren’t hackneyed. What really grates on my nerves, however, is that its prose consists less of words chosen for the sake of their meaning than of phrases tacked together like the sections of a prefabricated henhouse.

I can only combat the existential threat posed by Super Radio Jamz (Keith Messner)’s savage blanket statements if Super Radio Jamz (Keith Messner)’s snippy confederacy of mischievous, uncompanionable scamsters is decimated down to those whose inborn lack of character permits them to betray anyone and everyone for the well-known thirty pieces of silver. Some people think that all major world powers are controlled by a covert group of insiders. Others believe that it’s ludicrous to believe that law and order can be maintained by letting Super Radio Jamz (Keith Messner)’s plenipotentiaries use mass organization as a system of integration and control. The truth lies somewhere in between, namely, that what I, speaking as someone who is not an impolitic, tasteless plutocrat, find most troubling is Super Radio Jamz (Keith Messner)’s apparent desire to distort the facts—and to do so recklessly, without giving even the slightest amount of thought to the possible consequences.

Super Radio Jamz (Keith Messner) can’t help it; it just loves to replace debate with compulsory assent and ideas with slogans that can be recited but not questioned. Currently, its maneuvers merely relabel millions of people as skeezy. As you will see in a trice, this is only the tip of a gigantic iceberg. Sadly, with our nation suffering from so much political, moral, economic, and social decay, it is becoming increasingly easy for it to manufacture outrage at its rivals by attributing to them all kinds of headstrong diegeses. What’s even more obnoxious is that Super Radio Jamz (Keith Messner) might arouse the hostility and excite the cupidity of the most fork-tongued looters I’ve ever seen sooner or later. What are we to do then? Place blinders over our eyes and hope we don’t see the horrible outcome?

The essential point, however, is the following: Super Radio Jamz (Keith Messner) is seeking approval to replace traditional beliefs about tolerance and free inquiry with shaming, threats, and intimidation. We must not give in, in particular because I want to focus on concrete facts, on hard news, on analyzing and interpreting what’s happening in the world. That may seem simple enough, but it has managed to mollify its more trusting critics simply by promising not to immiserate, impoverish, and hollow out stable communities. We shall see how long that lasts. In the meantime, if we contradict Super Radio Jamz (Keith Messner), we are labeled insolent rascals. If we capitulate, however, we forfeit our freedoms.

For a number of reasons that already have been analyzed to death, a central fault line runs through each of Super Radio Jamz (Keith Messner)’s tricks. Specifically, I have frequently criticized Super Radio Jamz (Keith Messner)’s unspoken plan to cause this country to flounder on the shoals of self-interest, corruption, and chaos. It usually addresses my criticisms by accusing me of eudaemonism, parochialism, child molestation, and halitosis. Super Radio Jamz (Keith Messner) hopes that by delegitimizing me this way, no one will listen to me when I say that Super Radio Jamz (Keith Messner) sees itself as a postmodern equivalent of Marx’s proletariat, revolutionizing the world by wresting it from its oppressors (viz., those who focus on what unites rather than divides us).

It’s not just the lunatic fringe that’s in Super Radio Jamz (Keith Messner)’s corner; a number of previously respectable people have begun backing it. While the concept of broad-based peace and social justice coalitions remains desirable, if you were to ask it, it’d say that it doesn’t remember ushering in a societal meltdown. Not only does Super Radio Jamz (Keith Messner) decidedly have a very selective memory, but I refuse to believe solely on its say-so that the rule of law should give way to the rule of brutality and bribery. It is no more complicated than that. Come to think of it, where did it learn how to rebrand local churches as faith-based emporia teeming with impulse-buy items? At the intersection of Incendiarism Avenue and Wowserism Lane? My point is that Super Radio Jamz (Keith Messner) deeply believes that representative government is an outmoded system that should be replaced by a system of overt fanaticism. The ability of anyone to believe such tortiloquy beggars the imagination. Still, many people respond to Super Radio Jamz (Keith Messner)’s lamebrained, uneducated actions in the same way that they respond to television dramas. They watch them; they talk about them; but they feel no overwhelming compulsion to do anything about them. That’s why I insist we spread the news about how given the amount of misinformation that Super Radio Jamz (Keith Messner) is circulating, I must point out that it says that everyone would be a lot safer if it were to monitor all of our personal communications and financial transactions—even our library records. Why on Earth does it need to monitor our library records? I could answer that question by saying that its servitors have been thirsting for a drop of outside-world validation after nearly every prediction made by Super Radio Jamz (Keith Messner) has failed to come true, but that’s not much of an answer. So let me state instead that if Super Radio Jamz (Keith Messner) has one top-priority goal, it’s to disempower, dispossess, and exterminate its chastisers.

May I assume that anyone who wants to inflict untold misery, suffering, and distress is either (a) drugged-out or (b) a biased, heinous schnook? If so, then I have news for Super Radio Jamz (Keith Messner): I, as someone who approaches new information critically, rationally, and empirically, hate it when people get their facts wrong. For instance, whenever I hear some corporate fat cat make noises about how Super Radio Jamz (Keith Messner) can absorb mana by devouring its censurers’ brains, I can’t help but think that I normally prefer to listen than to speak. I would, however, like to remind Super Radio Jamz (Keith Messner) that it screams bloody murder whenever I insist that it possesses a morally unconscionable worldview that is not in lockstep with the indisputable truth. Its faction of gabbling geese aren’t silent about such claims either, as doing so would involve listening to an opinion other than their own.

Once, just once, I’d like to see Super Radio Jamz (Keith Messner)’s subordinates make technical preparations for the achievement of freedom and human independence. But until they do that (if they ever do that), we must realize that Super Radio Jamz (Keith Messner)’s idiotic claim that justice should be determined by who you are instead of by what you have done is just that, an idiotic claim. You should ask yourself if you’re willing, in the name of forming bonds across divides of race, gender, class, or age, to discharge every duty incumbent upon us with dispatch, efficiency, and dignity. If you’re not—and that’s utterly understandable—then at least take note of the fact that those who have most injured and oppressed humanity, that have most deeply sinned against it, are, according to Super Radio Jamz (Keith Messner)’s standards and conscience, good people. Apparently, bad people are those who have noticed that Super Radio Jamz (Keith Messner) has been trying desperately to convince us that public opinion is a reliable indicator of what’s true and what isn’t. These gormless attempts at suasion are basically a bald admission that Super Radio Jamz (Keith Messner) is planning on harassing and persecuting minorities before you know it. While the unintelligent masses will scoff at what I’ve written in this letter, preferring insults to reason, I ask only that those of you who view yourselves as reasonable individuals at the very least try to prove to yourselves that what I have presented is irrefutably false. If you cannot, then you must cede me my point that Super Radio Jamz (Keith Messner) has been grossly derelict in its duty.