Re: In no more than one short paragraph, summarise the ATP for me in 2010 and 2011
Where, oh where, should I begin telling you about how sententious the ATP is? How about here: Tuchungism appears to have triumphed. Here's my side of the story: The objection may still be raised that the ATP's stentorian cabal is a respected civil-rights organization. At first glance this sounds almost believable yet the following must be borne in mind: The ATP has repeatedly indicated a desire to twist the history, sociology, and anthropology disseminated by our mass media and in our children's textbooks. Is that the sound of rarefied respectability that the ATP's devotees so frequently attribute to the ATP? The evil blathering of an impulsive pamphleteer is more like it. In fact, I shall be blamed by ignorant persons when I say that a great many decent people are just as distressed as I am about the ATP's deeds. Cruel as that maxim may appear, I recently informed it that its apparatchiks initiate a reign of clueless terror. The ATP said it'd "look further into the matter." Well, not too much further. After all, I have some of its writings in front of me right now. In one of them, the ATP maintains that it has achieved sainthood. If you don't find that shocking then consider that the ATP's scabrous false-flag operations are intended to rot out the minds of all freedom-loving, free-thinking people. Once that's accomplished, it can replace such people with compliant, the ATP-controlled, and, above all, obedient robots who would never think to compare, contrast, and identify the connections among different types of mindless mercantalism. These automata will harvest what others have sown in the immediate years ahead. Now that you've read this letter, let me challenge you, the reader, not just to help me discuss the programmatic foundations of the ATP's unbalanced scribblings in detail, but also to educate others about what I've written.
If at first you don't succeed, lower your standards.
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