Tuesday, August 18, 2015

Ian Masters follow-up letter...


16 comments:

  1. @Masters

    Don’t be a fucking idiot, Masters.

    It’s a losing battle, and you ought to have the sense to know it.

    If you lose, you lose. If you win, you lose.

    Walk away and get serious about a podcast, for pity’s sake.

    ~ ‘indigopirate’

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  2. My last 4 messages haven't been getting through. I hope this one does.

    Wait, Prescod is on the chopping block? Now, this may be a good thing, since if she gets axed, maybe we won't have to hear her shit here in NYC anymore.

    SDL

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  6. @SDL . AMEN TO THAT !!!

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  7. Of course the commies at Pacifica hate Masters, he is a real journalist and they are not !!! Leslie Radford is an adjunct professor of theater at the Pasadena College, who leaves a bigger foot print as a chronic left wing protester than on her students. A non-entity not fully of the academic world, where she can occasionally make a grad student's life miserable. Likely a Wilkerson crony through work circles.

    Dr. Cress-Welsing is less of a nut job than the shrill denounciations would lead one to believe. She speaks as a psychiatrist through the prism of her bias. Besides being a life-long Afrocentrist, she is also likely a religious or social conservative of the South. Besides her conservatism (not unique in psychiatry), she has the same communication gap as Freud did, when he theorized about psychosexual development, and like may other psychiatrists and engineers (9/11 truthers) she comments outside her sphere of competence, and like with other self-styled experts, the lay people tend to agree with them on the strength of their professional standing.

    Having said that, some of her comments are not entirely groundless. Taking birth control during adolescence can create hormonal disbalances that will influence the development of gender identity. Some women develop masculine identity as a reaction to witnessing domestic violence against their mothers and older sisters, and as a result will shy away from later relationships with men. Some women and men will take on the masculine and feminine roles, when the opposite sex is not available. We all know prison stories, but how about the feminization and social isolation of poverty? Finally, women who run with gangsters are at times at the bottom of the street pecking order, will get a girl on the side so as not to be the absolute bottom. Mechanisms similar but not the same occur in the male gender development. Things that Bradley Manning fans and some gay head-shrinkers are not fully aware of and do not want to hear.

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  8. "We are putting together [...] a petition"

    Petitions are perhaps - perhaps - useful for teenagers who want a new flavor of yogurt to become available at their junior high school cafeteria, but they have little to no practical value elsewhere in life. To think otherwise suggests profound naivete.

    I respectfully suggest to Ian Masters that his and his allies' focus be kept squarely on "a plan of action" that includes not petitions, not drum circles, but lawsuits. Anything less and the KPFK, and likely the Pacifica, as you've known it will cease to exist within two years.

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  9. "We are putting together [...] a petition"

    Petitions are perhaps - perhaps - useful for teenagers who want a new flavor of yogurt to become available at their junior high school cafeteria, but they have little to no practical value elsewhere in life. To think otherwise suggests profound naivete.

    I respectfully suggest to Ian Masters that his and his allies' focus be kept squarely on "a plan of action" that includes not petitions, not drum circles, but lawsuits. Anything less and the KPFK, and likely the Pacifica, as you've known it will cease to exist within two years.

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  10. I saw the movie Evocateur last night. I am convinced that what WBAI needs is a personality like Morton Downey, Jr. to breathe life into it.

    KGT

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  11. I really don't understand why the relatively talented producers don't migrate to podcasts. Pacifica listenership is lower than many medium sized local podcasts, so it wouldn't take long to develop a comparable audience.

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  12. hey howard. what does nwa stand for . You didn't say . hmm....

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  13. could it mean, NO Whites Allowed ?
    sure works in your case

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  14. My messages haven't got through either...am I an unperson here as well?

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  15. People are rejecting Pacifica because of it's extreme, Marx loving, anti-caucasian views - irrespective of whether the station is being run into the ground by its current management. Ian Masters is simply another one of these baby-boomer self hating "world citizen" types that keeps railing on the republican party as the cause of all of our ills as if the democrats weren't just as corrupt. How long are Americans of European descent going to sit around and get the blame for everyone's else's problems?

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    1. The stations have become too insignificant to worry about such things.

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