Jill Stein's staffers must've read Evil, or just dumb?
A thousand and one ironies. Stein has been arrested for trying to appear on the televised debates between the Republicrat candidates, and has then written articles and given speeches (and tweeted, of course) about the hypocrisy of power controlling access and voice in what should be a democracy. Her having her internet cronies ban me is, like Mao's purging of intellectuals, proof that the Green Party really is just another part of the system.
More importantly, the necessity of boundaries arises: if there are no boundaries, then there are no voices. If a bunch of Greens are trying to plan home invasions to seize assets to pay for their latest "green energy" proposals, and High Arka is asking why the Federal Reserve and the military-industrial complex should be gobbling money from private citizens to pay CEOs for elite climate policy plans, then the Greens aren't able to stay on message, and they begin losing fans and coming apart. It's the conundrum of the anarchists, who find that their rugged individuality can't trump the discipline of the nationalist militia. Relativisms fail by being relative, and can only survive as hypocritical non-relativist relativisms.
What, then, is the lesson? "Demand honesty of those who will to power"? Or, "Demand savvy from those who will to power, such that they are able to trick the foolish into believing they lack such will"?