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MineralMan Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sat Apr-30-11 10:26 AM
Response to Reply #12
16. Well, since the poster self-identifies as a
"revolutionary anarchist," I'd guess not, really. In fact, would a jury even be necessary in an anarchy? The usual tool of the anarchist is disruption, which seems to be what this OP is generally proposing.
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  -Do any Activists believe in Direct Action or do you just sign petitions and collect signatures? Sadena Meti  Apr-30-11 06:25 AM   #0 
  - I think illegal acts and anarchy aren't topics much  HereSince1628   Apr-30-11 06:31 AM   #1 
  - Now now, I believe the rules say don't discriminate on post count.  Sadena Meti   Apr-30-11 06:45 AM   #4 
  - I wasn't discriminating,  HereSince1628   Apr-30-11 06:51 AM   #6 
  - Public Forums are not amenable to discussing tactics...  radhika   May-01-11 01:11 AM   #22 
  - What does "direct action" mean?  Vinnie From Indy   Apr-30-11 06:36 AM   #2 
  - Direct Action can mean many things.  Sadena Meti   Apr-30-11 06:43 AM   #3 
     - And how would one "stop" a product from getting to market?  Vinnie From Indy   Apr-30-11 06:48 AM   #5 
        - Could be as mild as a labor action spoiling the goods or as strong as a transport disruption.  Sadena Meti   Apr-30-11 06:53 AM   #7 
  - My arrest record for trespassing and disorderly conduct is part of my legacy as an Earth First!er  Ferret Annica   Apr-30-11 06:59 AM   #8 
  - If you have violence or other lawbreaking in mind, you got your answer in Reply 1.  No Elephants   Apr-30-11 07:01 AM   #9 
  - Civil Disobedience often is lawbreaking, or you wouldn't be arrested for Disorderly Conduct.  Sadena Meti   Apr-30-11 08:15 AM   #10 
     - "Civil Disobedience often is lawbreaking, or you wouldn't be arrested..."  No Elephants   Apr-30-11 10:09 AM   #13 
  - The best way to find out what a board is like is to read  MineralMan   Apr-30-11 09:59 AM   #11 
  - A direct question is fine, Seeking info while not saying what you really mean, however,  No Elephants   Apr-30-11 10:15 AM   #14 
     - Well, yes. Of course.  MineralMan   Apr-30-11 10:23 AM   #15 
        - Maybe the poster is only trying to find out if s/he should spend any more time here?  No Elephants   Apr-30-11 10:31 AM   #18 
           - Maybe. That's certainly a possibility.  MineralMan   Apr-30-11 10:59 AM   #19 
  - Are any of your actions such that if you were on your own jury, you'd find yourself guilty?  Festivito   Apr-30-11 10:07 AM   #12 
  - Well, since the poster self-identifies as a  MineralMan   Apr-30-11 10:26 AM   #16 
  - you may want to be more specific.  No Elephants   Apr-30-11 10:27 AM   #17 
  - I'm not being specific because I have nothing in mind.  Sadena Meti   Apr-30-11 11:44 AM   #20 
  - Great question. At my job, whenever I was asked to submit a self eval, it was always glowing. nm  rhett o rick   Jul-01-11 06:39 AM   #28 
  - Direct action is too long overdue.  Citizen Worker   Apr-30-11 06:35 PM   #21 
  - I've participated in a Black Bloc led breakaway march  Downtown Hound   May-02-11 02:05 PM   #23 
  - Depends on what you're talking about by "Direct Action"  JayceR   May-02-11 03:19 PM   #24 
  - Just my take on this:  BrendaBrick   May-05-11 02:36 PM   #25 
  - Deleted message  Name removed   May-30-11 05:58 AM   #26 
  - I believe in direct action.  Hell Hath No Fury   Jun-28-11 06:03 PM   #27 
  - But if you're talkin' about destuction/  Cereal Kyller   Jul-03-11 06:42 PM   #29 
  - non-violent maybe  yurbud   Sep-25-11 04:01 AM   #30 
  - Petitions rarely sway the politicians.  GreatLaker   Sep-26-11 09:45 AM   #31 
  - Yesterday, the NYC Mayor's office, today the CA Gov's office  duhneece   Sep-29-11 04:12 PM   #32 
 

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