[imc-documentation] Fw: See letter on: Banning on Religious
Jason E. Pacifico
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Thu Dec 30 19:43:28 PST 2004
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Subject: Fw: See letter on: Banning on Religious Persuasion
Jason E. Pacifico
99 Ravenhurst Avenue
Staten Island, NY 10310
December 30, 2004
The Science Christian Monitor
Letter to the Editor
In regard to Amanda Paulson's article "A battle over sale of violent video games," the video game, Grand Theft Auto and the media influence on children, I have to say that the industry and the standards need to be explored in more epistemological terms, rather than on indecency. It seems the media, and or industry have become a religion, or are inculcating, as do particular religious dogma, certain percepts, modes or models of behavior, or dictums, in regard to relationships, beliefs and dysfunctions (creating).
There is no doubt in my mind that there is a clear intent on the Industry's leaders and their artist or priest to this regard, and it seems they are after the culture, and the evolution of child development, in an attempt to exploit and exclude the culture and its people politically and economically, as well as to subvert sexual development in an effort to dominate and exploit the culture sexually.
It is no wonder to me that there are no profound writers, directors or artist but only as a PR fiction in the industry, and one of the central reasons is that the many identities of actors and made-up resumes and accomplishments is in order to exclude and censor, and on this, it is indeed a censorship issue. I must say, in addition, some of the speech should not only be regulate in regard to content and children, but many programming, I would argue, such as Bubba the Love Sponge, where animate caricatures are masturbating, and sodomizing one another, and some of the episodes of Fear Factor, are not protected speech.
In one episodes of Fear Factor, for example, a young woman in a bikini is submerged in a tank of water with hundreds of leaches, as the leaches suck the blood from the woman contestant's body as she pumps a leaver near her hip vigorously, in an attempt to extract the water before it drowns her. The contestants are workers, and the prizes, of course, are imaginary. There is no doubt of the intent and exploitative message in regard to woman and the workplace, and the leaver is a form of forced, coerced or tricked forms of masturbation. The Wal-Mart Case make the case in regard to this form of abuse and exploitation of women and workers, and in the wake of the Wal-Mart case, this is certainly encouraging more forms of abuse of workers and women
in the workplace.
I have to say, in addition, to the exclusionary policies in the industry, many of the media programming, constitutionally can be banned or regulated or changed dramatically. I think moreover, and it needs to be said, an act of the Supreme Court could not protect this industry on this basis, since many of the members of the Supreme Court are on the fringes of being producers' and they have a positional interest in seeing the secular religious cult preserved. This should be an issue in future appointments to the Supreme Court
Similarly, the issues of the mal-treatment of prisoners at Abu Ghraib where prisoners were forced to masturbate, sodomized, and the ritual torture of shrouded and hooded prisoners with electrodes attached to their genitals, has a direct correlation to programming like the show Fear Factor, and Bubba the Love Sponge.
The ritualize Mass in Christianity, for example, and the symbol of the transcendental Jesus, no one would argue of the intent or moral or enlightened value of the Christian tradition, beyond the constitutional enlightenment (separation of church and state) which was inspired by the founders of the constitution, and the more humanist critique of some inherent contradictions in Christianity, epistemolically and or metaphysically. The critique of Humanist Philosophy, moreover, is a compelling one on human love and development, and perhaps some of the arguments I have made in regard to lost meaning, metaphysics, epistemology, lost languages (Old, Standard, and Middle Aramaic) and intent of the historical Jesus and subsequent codification of the religions (in the language of Greek-Arameic), i.e. Christianity (70 A.D.) and Islam (Late Aramaic, 200-700 A.D.,and Arabic).
There is no question of the intent in Abu Ghraib, and shrouded and hooded prisoners, moreover, being tortured as a 'christ' enactment, and their intent to decimate the culture in a Religious form and sell a negative secular religious value or dogma in an antithetical proposition to get it into the culture, job market, civil rights and human rights law and lack thereof. I think if the search is deep enough, the industry would be exposed with an apotheosic figure (Worshiped living-god or deity) that they worship making it a Religion in fact, and not entitled to protection of the First Amendment.
In regard to young people shooting police officers on some PCP induced rage, and the issue of the video game, the industry's role in selling PCP, and the makers of programming such as Bubba the Love Sponge, Fear Factor, and the video game Grand Theft Auto, it indeed has a direct correlation on behavior, and the intent by the industry at codification on human behavior and development of these act is apparent enough, and would render the video game unconstitutional for their intent to enslave, injure and exclude the forms of expression that are the American education system for their economic, secular religious (cult) positional empowerment and profit.
Jason E. Pacifico
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