Angry Andy Destroys Cyberpig & Cuck Moulton in Epic Rant

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Andy Jacobs is tired of the liberal bullshit on IPR (and in the Libertarian Party).  Leftist cucks have made the site unreadable and as a result it has become a barren wasteland of nothingness (with the exception of Andy’s excellent comments).

Andy was in rare form today when he went after the Cyberpig for being an ungrateful asshole and accused Cuck Moulton of masturbating on petitions he had gathered.  Andy destroyed both of these liberal cucks for attempting to ban him from the site just for holding actual libertarian positions.    Check this out:

You see the true colors of the so called “libertarian” phonies here. Somebody calls for my “physical removal” for daring to disagree with them on an issue. So much for free speech and open discourse. This is a sign of somebody who can’t handle having their ideas challenged.

And then Paul (Cyberpig), a person I have helped on numerous occasions, with financial loans, work opportunities, rides to hospitals, visits in jail, etc…, answers with a very weak, “I don’t know. You’d have to ask IPR editors..” Paul knows. He doesn’t give a shit because he does not like the fact that I am challenging his leftist agenda. So he does not care about all the times I loaned him money, went out of my way to give him rides, hooked him up with places to stay, hooked him up with work opportunities, etc… None of that matter as much as his leftist agenda. I rwally have to question whether Paul is even really interested in liberty, and the same goes with a few other people here.. The answer to the question should be a resounding no. I have done absolutely nothing wrong, and I intend to continue as is.

I am going to keep on challenging bad ideas, weak logic, and unprincipled stands. I do not believe in sacred cows. I despise intellectual cowards. I am going to challenge you in the arena of thought.

I have busted my ass for the Libertarian Party and the overall cause of liberty for many years, and at great personal sacrifice. I just recently turned down a chance to do petition work in Washington. A Michael Bloomberg backed petition came out there for $7 a signature, which is a high rate (there we’re other petitions as well). I could have made a lot of money getting signatures for a new gun control law, but I did not go, out of devotion to principle. Instead, I went to Virginia, and then Pennsylvania, to work LP for less money. I worked two festivals over the last several days where I got a lot of signatures, but not as many as I could have gotten because it rained for several hours one day. I also handed out a lot of LP flyers, all of which were paid for out of my pocket, and I gathered a few contacts from peolke i encountered who said they were interested (done for no extra pay). It got pretty hot on Sunday, which made it pretty incomfortable to stand outside that long. I have also gobe out of my way to get LP of PA to put in a better effort at getting their district office candidates on the ballot, something they have not done a very good job at for the last 10 years. It looks like this year, thanks in part to my pushing them to get a complete list of all of the district candidates earlier in tge process, they might finally be making some progress in that area.

I have gone to jail twice (on false charges, all of which ended up getting dropped), for this cause. I have turned down a lot of higher paying work for this cause. I have spent a considerable amount of my own money for this cause. I have probably handed out more Libertarian Party, and general libertarian, materials (flyers, pamphlets, VHS tapes, DVD’s, bumper stickers, etc…, to the public than anybody, and some of this has been done at my own expense.

I have probably donated more contacts of interested members of the public to the party than anyone (outside of maybe a high profile candidate, but a lot of them do not even bother to do that). I even donated some contacts I gathered while doing LP petition signatures in Virginia back when the ungrateful two-faced weasel Cuck Moulton was the State Chair (a candidate paid for the drive, but I donated the co. Cuck knows that I donated those contacts to him, because I handed to him in person at the LP of Pennsylvania State Convention in June of 2013. Cuck was friendly to my face at the time. A quick way to lose my respect us by being a two-faced backstabbing weasel. I Do not like fake people. I don’t like fake libertarians, and I do not like people who act friendly to your face, but then stab you in the back. People who behave in such manner are pieces of shit. It would not surprise me if the contacts I gathered in Virginia in 2013 from people who said that they wanted to be contacted by the LP ended up at the bottom of Cuck’s birdcage, or maybe he jacked off on them. One would think that people who are supposedly interested in growing the LP and winning elections and changing the course of politics in this country would be appreciative of efforts such as this, but not guys like Cuck. Cuck Moulton is an example of why the Libertarian Party is not more successful.

It is really rather disgusting to see the actions and attitudes of some of the people in the LP, and while I still think that the party has a good philosophy and consists mostly of well meaning people, there are So many people in tbe party who are disappointments as people that it is no wonder that the party is not more successful.

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Cyberpig Admits IPR is Dead

On IPR’s December 2017 Open Thread spammer-killer and vandalism victim Chuck Moulton asks

Is IPR officially dead?

To which the Cyberpig replies

At the moment it’s pretty dead. I’m hoping it doesn’t stay dead, but I’m not sure whether or when I am up for trying to revive it yet again if I don’t get much help in doing so.

In other words, IPR is dead, and despite the Cyberpig’s oinks, it ain’t no Lazarus.

In a futile attempt to recusitate his website, Cyberpig posted a lame January 2018 Open Thread. So far, the only people to comment are Cyberpig, his sockpuppet Gina (AKA V for Vagina) and Crapozzi.

It’s time to jump ship people.  IPR is dead, even its leader admits.  Come on over to IPR-X for the latest in third party and independent news.

To Kill A Spammer

Over at the other place, former IPR contributor Chuck Moulton expressed disgust over all the boring, esoteric discussions on philosophy (how many angels can fit on the head of a pin) that have been occurring on IPR recently, mostly involving Crapozzi.  On one nonsense thread completely irrelevant to third party and independent politics, Moulton left a philosophic comment of his own, one which was actually wildly entertaining:

. . .

One of my biggest pet peeves is spam: unsolicited bulk email. I’ve had a long history fighting spam.

. . .

When in college I had a lot of free time on my hands, so every time I was sent spam I would investigate all the domains and IP addresses involved, report it to everyone involved, find the home address and phone number of the spammer, and call him at 3 am every night harrassing him until he begged me to stop and took me off his list. This was highly effective: apparently spammers were so afraid of me that I was put on a “don’t fuck with this guy” list amd they avoided me for around 5 years.

Unfortunately the landscape has changed. First, it is a lot harder to identify spammers.

. . .

This December I was getting a spam every single day to a fake shopping site pandering knick knacks I don’t give a damn about. When I tracked down the offender and asked him to stop, he added me to a bunch more lists. Now instead of getting 1 spam a day from that guy, I literally get 5 emails an hour — all with no opt-out link.

Here is how this ties in to libertarian philosophy:

I think we all agree the government does some things that it shouldn’t. It may be moral (though not legal) to flout some laws. For example, if the government bans oral sex, a person may be justified in ignoring that law. On the flip side, perhaps the government does not do some things that it should. For example, if the government declines to do anything about murder, rape, or robbery, we might be outraged. In that case, vigilante justice may be reasonable.

. . .

Because spam is one of my pet peeves, I would be more than happy to pay someone in India $200 to go beat the shit out of a spammer. On some days I wouls be eager to have a spammer murdered. Having given the spammer every opportunity to stop, in my opinion it would not be a violation of the Non-Agression Principle to beat the shit out of or kill a spammer because such force would be respinsive and justified rather than an initiation.

From a legal point of view, I’m also fairly confident that using jury nullification no American jury would convict me of beating the shit out of or kill a spammer. I am less confident a jury in India would allow me to take care of the problem without repercussions.