He copy-pasted the text from somewhere on the Internet, but you can't tell because he didn't put a citation. He does this a lot. I can't seem to paste the link here, but if you do a google search for the first two lines of the quote you will find the original source...The second commenter provides the smoking gun:
Wow, you're right! It's post #129, written by bigpics, on this page:
Molyneux has never been one of my heroes, but if he were, I'd be shocked to discover this. I mean, what kind of person reprints/reposts other people's work without citing them?Note: bigpics identifies himself as living in Rockland County, NY and a data base manager. Molyneux lives in Canada, so they are not one in the same. It's plagiarism.
I will note that there are factions of the anti-IP movement, who will see nothing wrong with this plagiarism. But to me this example does nothing but show the absurdity of this view. That a plagiarist like Molyneux can simply grab another person's writing and give the impression that it is his original writing, in my view, it is a sleazy move and theft.