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Parent Article: Reflections on newswire harassment.
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Okay. Believe it or not, Im human too.
15 Sep 2004
DeVoy knows that Im not really a heartless cyber-terrorist. I TWICE extended an offer to him to help ramp the impending war down before it started, but he chose instead to ignore the offer. Two years later, he is a casualty of his own decisions. All of his former websites and forums are closed because we destroyed them. That didnt have to happen, but he CHOSE to force the issue.

All of us are the result of our choices. I also find it strange that DeVoy's favorite modern philosopher was Nietzsche. He also happens to be MY favorite philosopher, but my understanding of the writings of Nietzsche differ from DeVoy's considerably. Some have said that the writings of Nietzsche were the basis of Nazism. I dont necessarily believe that, but I do believe that Nietzsche would have supported my political positions over DeVoy's. I think DeVoy somehow sees the philosophy of Nietzsche as a template for anarchy. Actually, he was supporting "Natural Aristocracy" based on the accomplishments of the INDIVIDAL . Nietzsche writes about the very ROOT of hierarchy Vigorously attacking Christianity and democracy as moralities for the "weak herd". He argued for the "natural aristocracy" of the superman who, driven by the "will to power", celebrates life on earth rather than sanctifying it for some heavenly reward. Such a heroic man of merit has the courage to "live dangerously", live away from the "herd", and thus rise above the masses, developing his natural capacity for the creative use of passion and opening himself up for his true potential. As a member of a minority, his words are very powerful for me. But what of DeVoy?