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NON-VIOLENT SECESSIONIST STRATEGIES
17 Jan 2001
Those who signed the Declaration of Independence clearly stated in the third sentence of the document that “the People” have the right to "alter or abolish" any government which does not suit them and create another form of government. In effect, they held that any governmental form is merely an experiment.
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www.greens.org
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'violence upon us will bring public sympathy'
17 Jan 2001
Apparently, the author of this article has been watching a different news channel. The public cares not one bit, if violence is perpetrated against activists. They feel 'they deserve it' etc..

Secondly, it appears the author supports economic sactions against 'communities' you disagree with.

Two scenarios: Iraq and the millions of children who have died because of economic sanctions. Would the author agree with such sanctions? The end result is death. How does that fit into the non-violent scheme of things?

Second: A community decides to band together under the belief that slavery is acceptable. What would be done? What could be done that does not violate this groups 'right to autonomy?'

Lastly: Am I supposed to believe that 'cycles of human excitability' have anything to do with sunspots? I think it could be more easily explained by the fact that people get burned out. But that idea is in the same place as the rest of this article. Out in space.
Out in space.
17 Jan 2001
Of course we're out in space. That's where Earth is. Where are you? Still thinking the universe revolves around yourself?

All your pedantic debating points are easily answered by the common sense which you seem to have lost somewhere along your path toward narcissistic self-destruction.

Check out http://bioneers.org if you'd like to return to Earth.

Earth: Love it or leave it.
See also:
www.greens.org
Huh?
19 Jan 2001
Jon Chance (er, I mean Boston-Cambridge Greens... ha, ha, ha!), you are fucking nuts. Ever think of seeking some help?