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anyone going to london on thursday to protest against George W.? watch

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    (Original post by scott project)
    up da fucin yanks an fuc da pakis ye haaaaaaaaaa
    i hope for your sake thats ironic / sarcastic
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    (Original post by G4ry)
    Please don't say that, anarchy does not mean chaos it's often confused. They mean very different things.
    eh?
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    If you read what i quoted from you, prehaps you'll understand.
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    (Original post by vienna95)
    technically what you have just said is treason and you could be hanged.
    im sorry to remind you that bush isn't dictat, sorry - king yet
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    (Original post by vienna95)
    technically what you have just said is treason and you could be hanged.
    OH! you mean the queen... sorry, got a little confusermerised there.
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    (Original post by G4ry)
    If you read what i quoted from you, prehaps you'll understand.
    i understand that you took my idea of lawlessness and disorder to mean chaos and then said i couldnt use a word i clearly felt was and is appropriate. protesting is allowed, but within the limits set by government.
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    (Original post by G4ry)
    Please don't say that, anarchy does not mean chaos it's often confused. They mean very different things.
    very true - anarchy does not mean chaos, rather a de-0centralisation of government, for individual rghts, less state control, and more self-sufficiency.

    EVENTUALLY this could lead to the dissolving of government, if things went well. im not a socialist, im a true anarchist, with some socialist tendencies. sounds like g4ry has the right idea, and knows his stuff.
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    (Original post by El_Borish)
    very true - anarchy does not mean chaos, rather a de-0centralisation of government, for individual rghts, less state control, and more self-sufficiency.
    that is not anarchy. that is classic liberalism.
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    Ok, i understand. But then that begs the question are we really given freedom of speech and freedom of organisation or is it merely a farce by the government to let us think we have our freedom??
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    (Original post by G4ry)
    Ok, i understand. But then that begs the question are we really given freedom of speech and freedom of organisation or is it merely a farce by the government to let us think we have our freedom??
    how is being allowed to go to whitehall, to the residency of the prime minister, say what you like, display what you like, not freedom of speech.
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    (Original post by vienna95)
    i understand that you took my idea of lawlessness and disorder to mean chaos and then said i couldnt use a word i clearly felt was and is appropriate. protesting is allowed, but within the limits set by government.
    government guidelines:

    "stay away from the mini-gun and noone gets hurt."

    that was a true request by the CIA by the way.
    source: BBC Newsnight
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    (Original post by vienna95)
    protesting is allowed, but within the limits set by government.
    But from this post, it doesn't infer that we can say and do what we like. We are merely doing what the government has let us to do as you put it.
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    (Original post by G4ry)
    But from this post, it doesn't infer that we can say and do what we like. We are merely doing what the government has let us to do as you put it.
    i dont see what you are trying to say other than advocate a society without governmental authority and law.
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    can i ask for both your definitions of "anarchy"

    (to Vienna and G4ry)
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    Anarchy means without rule. That's it.
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    (Original post by El_Borish)
    government guidelines:

    "stay away from the mini-gun and noone gets hurt."

    that was a true request by the CIA by the way.
    source: BBC Newsnight
    as was the closure of the tube..turned down by our responsible government.
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    (Original post by El_Borish)
    can i ask for both your definitions of "anarchy"

    (to Vienna and G4ry)
    see my post above. anarchy is society without government or political authority. a state of lawlessness.
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    (Original post by vienna95)
    as was the closure of the tube..turned down by our responsible government.
    soz, didn't hear abouy that one - what was it?
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    (Original post by El_Borish)
    soz, didn't hear abouy that one - what was it?
    the US proposed a number of security measures that they discussed with the British. some were agreed and granted others were not. closing the underground at a certain interval was one that Blunkett didnt allow. but he did accept a wide exclusion zone in londons air space. makes sense.
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    (Original post by vienna95)
    the US proposed a number of security measures that they discussed with the British. some were agreed and granted others were not. closing the underground at a certain interval was one that Blunkett didnt allow. but he did accept a wide exclusion zone in londons air space. makes sense.
    cant say i disagree with that one, given things like the subway attack in tokyo, etc. see, im not unreasonable - just concerned!
 
 
 
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