The following tweets were originally posted by “zebra” on Twitter via “its” account (https://twitter.com/ced_ra) on June 16, 2013.@VicPopuli @KatherineWood13 @mcfuckaduck @5hm00p why do you tweet at me@VicPopuli tell me what@VicPopuli @KatherineWood13 …
TERRORISM MARIJUANA SABOTAGE MURDER COMMUNISM BOMB POLICE ANAL SEX FBI OBAMA DIE FUCK THE GOVERNMENT NSA ANARCHY MUSLIM ARE YOU RECORDING?by “Ayn Randy Savage”As originally posted on: Ayn Randy Savage (anarchoantihero) on TwitterJune 6, 2013
By George . . .by Ed StockelbachAs originally posted on: The Galloping BeaverJune 10, 2013THE ORWELLIAN NIGHTMARE seems to be with us, as we regard the “processing” of Bradley Manning, the hounding of Julian Assange and now Edward Snowden.There’s good …
Join Gene Dare at noon in Coronation Park and ride cheek to cheek with fellow environmental protesters through downtown Toronto as they call for more green initiatives. After stripping off and applying body paint the WNBR bicycle adventure will leave…
Mumbai Police salary accounts hacked, Money withdrawn in Greeceby Sabari Selvan As originally posted on: E Hacking News [ EHN ]June 14, 2013Cybercriminals have reportedly targeted the Salary accounts of Mumbai Police and managed to withdraw money from …
The following tweets were originally posted by “Jestin Buber” on Twitter via “his” account (https://twitter.com/jestinbuber), variously, on May 5, 2013; May 6, 2013; May 7, 2013; May 11, 2013; May 15, 2013; May 16, 2013; June 1, 2013; and June 4, 2013….
The following tweets were originally posted by “Ayn Randy Savage” on Twitter via “his” account (https://twitter.com/anarchoantihero), variously, on June 6, 2013; June 7, 2013; June 10, 2013; and June 11, 2013. Selected tweets have been edited in terms …
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Wow………….. Have you asked her for a bj lately??? And snacked on her pussy as a thank you?????
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Alberta MP Brent Rathgeber said he has left the Conservative caucus in part because of the control Prime Minister Stephen Harper’s office exercises over backbench MPs, which was preventing him from representing his constituents. The former Tory MP, who announced he was quitting late Wednesday night to sit as an Independent, said staff in Harper’s [...]
by Alfred Adask
As originally posted on: Adask’s law
May 6, 2013
A West Point graduate and former Army officer sees a woman being abused by cops. He hollers to tell them stop. He video-records the cops. The cops rough him up, arrest him and charge him with a felony.
He advertises on Craigslist for anyone who witnessed the event and, amazingly, someone replies who also video’d the same event. That second video causes the grand jury to refuse to indict him for a felony. He becomes involved in the “Peaceful Streets” project that, in part, encourages people to carry cameras for the principle purpose of video-recording cops while they stop, arrest and sometimes abuse, private people. Peaceful Streets has now spread to several other cities.
This remarkable video doesn’t merely show how a man avoided being charged with a felony. It shows how all of us can help curb the police state by simply using cellphone cameras to routinely record police activities. We live in a surveillance society. There’s no reason why cops should be exempt from that surveillance. When the cops know that they may be being video-recorded at virtually every moment they’re on duty, their inclination to abuse people will be inhibited and their conduct should improve dramatically.
The following email has been slightly edited in terms of content (simply to shield the identity of a person), and has been edited from its original formatting.From: Lisa Coleman < firstname.lastname@example.org >Date: Mon, Apr 1, 2013 at 6:53 PMSubject…
by “Kilgore Trout” [a/k/a "Kilgoar"]
As originally posted on: The Internet Chronicle
December 9, 2010
“You have the right to free speech, as long as you’re not dumb enough to actually use it.”
- Joe Strummer
I have published my unvarnished opinion at every opportunity, a personal success I am usually proud of. In high school, I made friends with others who were like-minded and I networked our websites together. I felt like that wasn’t enough, and provided an open section allowing anyone to make anonymous comments. Within one week of doing this, I was threatened with a lawsuit and expulsion for anonymous statements I had published but not written myself. Aside from these empty threats, the school brought in a psychologist who read everything I wrote and questioned me about my drug and alcohol usage. Upon learning that I had never so much as had a drink of alcohol, she was unable to punish me with further counseling and praised my writing. Because of her evil reverse psychology and the other trauma imposed on me by the administration, I didn’t write my opinions like that again for several years. Today, I get a special rush from writing that only a few others can understand.
I can’t help but identify with Julian Assange, at least in a small way. WikiLeaks is enabling and encouraging the freedom of anonymous speech, which is dangerous to the natural balance of power and runs contrary to America’s cultural standards. I will never keep my mouth shut, even if the consequence is death.
You see, the freedom of speech is not just about being able to criticize the government or your high school. It’s a matter of self-expression, personal value, and the pursuit of happiness. Even the least likely of people are shackled with silence, it is our culture and our nature. I have made every effort to remove myself from that prison, to express that which I am told is better left unsaid. It has been nothing if not an alienating experience and I don’t claim any kind of victory. With the Chronicle I have pushed the limits of speech in a purposeful attempt to highlight this for the world. I’ve of course been accused of hatred, attention seeking, and insanity. To that I almost feel thankful. I would never deny my own humanity.
I like to think of the Chronicle as a digital monument to the freedom of speech. I can’t tell you what it all means, or if it means anything at all. I just know that when I use the word love, I’m the one who’s fucked in the head, I’m the one who’s scary.
The following email has been slightly edited in terms of content (simply to shield the identity of a person), and has been edited from its original formatting.From: Lisa Coleman < email@example.com >Date: Sun, May 5, 2013 at 10:50 AMSubjec…