Plagiarism is not a scourge but rather a higher form of compliment. One of my regrets in life is that none of my students or colleagues have complimented me in this way. Plagiarism is also an art form which is less understood. It requires courage, a flexible set of ethical standards and talent to re-construct and represent a prior work in a way that is indistinguishable from the original.
Truth shall prevail only in the eye of beholder, even if she or he are blind.
Therefore I have established a weblog called Professors for Plagiarism at the following address:
Professors for Plagiarism استادان بر له تقلب
Let us forego our misguided, western-espoused notion about truth, honor, academic honesty and ethics and embrace plagiarism as means to emancipate our creative talents from vinculum of publishing ethics and let us soar to new heights of fame or notoriety.