…or at least Ken Demyer’s insane outpourings on the subject.
Every time I think Conservapedia couldn’t get any worse, I get proven wrong – a fact that makes me very, very happy. Resident man-child Ken Demyer is still on his – dare I say unhealthy – bestiality binge. So far, he’s managed to smear his unhealthy interest in bestiality all over racist bigot Andrew Schlafly’s little right-wing hate blog (although we must thank Ed Poor for the “Sex with Animals” article), sparking wide-spread outrage on the “family friendly encyclopaedia.” Needless to say, Schlafly turns a blind eye and Ken takes a figurative dump in Andy’s lap, hoping the smell will eventually clear and all the other sysops are conspicuous in their silence… because integrity takes a hike when they need to protect the power they wield on Schlafly’s blog.
Well, all except one – the most spineless of them all… Brian Macdonald. Not only has he no integrity, but he likes to grab his ankles for a metaphorical fucking from Ken too – and says ‘Thank you, Sir” for the privilege.
Yes, resident grumpy bastard, Brian Macdonald – he of the 20 year military career with no rank – has delivered true to form and defended Ken’s madness. Then again, this is the man who ensured that Ken had fellow sysop Rob Smith demoted, so his lick-spittle performance here comes as no surprise. Brian would rather have his reputation dragged through the mud, than risk losing the only bit of authority he’s ever had in his sad, sorry life. What makes it even funnier (or sadder, if you wish) is that Brian sounds like he can’t even be bothered to come up with his own argument, but is simply copy/pasting Ken’s drivel:
For the record, the critics of the present bestiality articles have not refuted the evidence against the information included in those articles. But they want the articles themselves hidden and/or removed from the site, which begs the question: do they want to get away with themselves or their ilk having sex with animals? In my opinion, these articles may be reduced or streamlined to one or two, but when it comes to some loud-mouth atheist ”supporting” bestiality and demanding that it be removed from certain psychological definitions so the mainstream accepts that filth, yes, this website is going to expose it. Whether or not the critics like it is their problem.
It’s also worth noting Brian’s comment, “In my opinion, these articles may be reduced or streamlined to one or two.” The despicable little man blocked an editor for suggesting exactly the same thing. Of course, Brian won’t do anything – he’s too scared he’ll upset Ken and lose the only bit of authority he’s ever had in his life.
Here’s some more gems from Macdonald, in which he displays that either he hasn’t read Ken’s work, or he’s insane, or he actually doesn’t give a flying fuck about Conservapedia… or he’s a troll himself.
First things first…
- You’re going to successfully refute the bestiality edits posted. Either the individuals or countries cited have made claims pertaining to their support of bestiality, or they didn’t.
- You’re going to explain how yourself, a recent contributor to this website, can justify the removal of a senior administrator who has been here from the beginning; this explanation is contingent on you being able to satisfy condition number 1. Karajou 17:37, 29 September 2011 (EDT)
And what harm is that? What harm is actually being done to this website? What exactly is the harm that this website is engaging in by telling the public about a disgusting sexual practice and those who promote it? Karajou 17:50, 29 September 2011 (EDT)
If Conservative – or any other user – is wrong, then you politely say so, provide evidence to back up your claims, and then drop the subject. That is how it works here. Karajou 18:26, 29 September 2011 (EDT)
That last comment is proceless, coming from the most abusive of the Conservapedia sysops. Of course, when it’s pointed out to him that the articles break the Commandments “Everything you post must be true and verifiable” – and “Any content you create … must be family-friendly” he runs away again. Must be terrible having to deal with thing called “truth.”
Some days I wish we did make this stuff up. In the meantime, here’s the Bestiality Watch:
- Atheism and bestiality
- Skeptic Skatje Myers’ comments on bestiality (because there’s nothing like trashing a young girl if you’re a “Chrisitan”)
- Wikipedia on bestiality
- Evolutionary belief and bestiality
- Denmark, Sweden, evolutionary belief and bestiality
- Bestiality and Sweden
- Bestiality and Britain
- Joseph Stalin’s ape-men experiments
- Professor values and bestiality
- Liberalism and bestiality
It certainly takes a strange mind to be so dedicated to a subject.