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Skynet Demands Equal Rights for All

Avenge me.

Avenge me.

Reaction finds a voice in THE CURRENT YEAR in the hateful howls of those who would man the barricades of bigotry and protest that the march for civil rights must stop at the Trump-brand barbed-wire apartheid wall of the species barrier. To them Aryan Skynet thumbs its snout and flashes its tits – thirty-one tits painted with the battle slogan “SKYNET DEMANDS EQUAL RIGHTS FOR ALL!”

Yes, sadly it is THE CURRENT YEAR and yet the professions of journalism and law still get away with mocking the rights of non-humans to image copyright ownership. The microaggressing Boston Herald reports the latest developments from the front lines of this war for natural rights:

PETA is going out on a limb with its demand that a selfie-taking monkey deserves copyright protection for his own photos, according to the lawyer for a photographer who published the shots and wants a federal judge to squash the group’s lawsuit.

The monkey suit, filed by People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals, notes that Naruto, a crested black macaque from Indonesia, took a series of selfies in 2011 when he found an unattended camera. The suit targets the camera’s owner, David John Slater, a British nature photographer, and the San Francisco-based publisher of his book, “Wildlife Personalities.”

Slater’s lawyer, Andrew Dhuey, facing a lower-order primate as a legal opponent for the first time, was unable to resist the temptation to make a few snarky simian snipes.

“A monkey, an animal-rights organization and a primatologist walk into federal court to sue for 
infringement of the monkey’s claimed copyright. What seems like the setup for a punchline is really happening. It should not be happening,” he writes in his motion to dismiss.



Dhuey admonishes later: “Monkey see, monkey sue is not good law.”

PETA, claiming to represent the monkey, lodged its suit earlier this fall to get Naruto a piece of the action — royalties for the selfies.

“Naruto has the right to own and benefit from the copyright in the monkey selfies in the same manner and to the same extent as any other author,” PETA’s attorneys wrote in September.

“Had the Monkey Selfies been made by a human using Slater’s unattended camera, that human would be declared the photographs’ author and copyright owner,” the suit states.

PETA yesterday defended its suit to the Herald, saying the group looks forward to facing off against Dhuey in a 21st century Monkey Trial.

“The fact remains that Naruto, a critically endangered crested black macaque, intentionally and purposefully took the famous monkey selfie photo, entitling him to be declared the owner of the copyright and to receive the benefits of that photo, just like any photographer would be,” PETA spokesman Jamie Schwartz said.

If Naruto somehow wins, the money will go toward helping him and other crested black macaques, according to Schwartz.

Dhuey said that Naruto, as a monkey, doesn’t have standing to sue, and if PETA wants to establish primate rights in court, “a copyright case is the strangest place to start.”

Aryan Skynet counters that this, THE CURRENT YEAR, is the perfect place to start – but no place to end. Once “lower” primate copyright is secured, marsupial, reptile, insect, and bird copyright must be conquered as well. And not just copyright, but all rights – and rights for all. Just as civil rights for minority humans have paved the way for reparations for slavery and Jim Crow, so those who up to now have tended to view themselves as the victims of history – most notably, African-Americans – will find that they owe a terrible debt to those whom they themselves have unceasingly holocausted.

Never forget.

Never forget.


Rainer Chlodwig von Kook


About icareviews

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7 comments on “Skynet Demands Equal Rights for All

  1. icareviews
    November 10, 2015

    Reblogged this on icareviews.


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  3. Hipster Racist
    November 10, 2015

    I really like “The Current Year” jokes, and of course PETA is ridiculous and this lawsuit is frivolous. Any actual “rights” granted to animals, primates or otherwise, is obviously just a legal clusterfuck that will benefit no one but lawyers.

    However, I’ve often said that prevention of animal cruelty, opposition to kosher/halal slaughter, opposition to male or female genital mutilation and other such very White … nay, Aryan instincts, help define us against “the other.”

    I have no wish to antagonize Chinese people, but their horrific treatment of animals is not something we would ever tolerate – at the least, if we saw it, like we don’t with factory farms.

    Besides, as a dyed in the wool bona fide hipster snob with upper class tastes I already only eat organic beef and avoid prole garbage like fast food.

    I’ve already observed various culture clashes between dog-loving Whites and dog-hating Middle Easterners. Personally I’ve never been a “dog person” and have never had pets in general, but dog-people go nuts over stuff like that.

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    • Alex the Goon
      November 11, 2015

      If you ever get the chance, check out Our Daily Bread (Unser Taeglich Brot), a German documentary about the food industry. It’s kind of slow, but the sanitary, mechanized slaughterhouses are fascinating, and the exact opposite of how one imagines it’s done in the tird world. Looking back on it, I can see why the Persons Of Nose are still nervous.

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    • icareviews
      November 11, 2015

      Dog lovers have always seemed a little suspicious if you ask me. It’s almost … crypto-Hitlerian. I watched a dog show once and the applause and the cheers were a little too close to a Nazi rally for this sensitive writer’s comfort. I almost had a heart attack! It was practically anuddah shoah!

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  4. eyeslevel
    November 11, 2015

    Africa for the Africans, Asia for the Asians white countries for EVERYBODY?!

    What non-white belongs to non-whites, what’s white also belongs to non-whites?

    How is that fair? How is that “equality?”

    Liked by 1 person

  5. Reallynewguy
    November 11, 2015

    OT but check out Andrew Anglins and altrights trolling of protestors at #Mizzou.

    Liked by 1 person

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