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You are right wing - they are right. Mensch is refreshingly unlike you - though still a conservative In most ways you are as you say:- conservative anti-progressive, unable to understand wit, good writing, or the ability to hold contrasting political views. to summarise:- Mensch is right, the Guardian is generally right - and you are generally wrong.
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well said - and we must be equally concerned that anonymous and lulsec are not drawn further down this track of self appointed nerd judges. These groups pretend to be defending internet freedom but may, by their emotionally crippled behaviour be its worst enemy...
Toggle Commented Sep 3, 2011 on The End of WikiLeaks at Tom Watson
couple of my immediate responses as others are on top of the literal ones "Who will rid me of this turdulent editor?" "Bring me the head of Paul Dacre" the sooner these shits are buried alongside the NoW the better off the world will be.
It is sickening to here people abusing or decrying something approaching genuine anarchy (the taking of responsibility and refusal to either blame or attach all responsibility to governments and state professionals). The sooner we all decide that our families and communities are the people we need to spend our time with, depend upon, reward with our friendship and love - and reject the idea that a doctor, copper, lawyer or social worker has to deal with our problems the better... Big society? - not a good name Lots of small societies of friends is what we need, then kids will grow up raised by a village as they should.
Toggle Commented Aug 11, 2011 on no commentary required at Marbury
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZhGF8a1HwP8 A glimpse of the world without Murdoch - (exaggerated for comic effect of course)
Toggle Commented Jul 20, 2011 on the murdoch factor at Marbury
Like Zeldin's conversational dinners it seems - I have a menu from one I helped organise in Wales - highly recommended. The "big lunch" also has this understanding of how conversation can be steered to build human bridges beyond close tribe.
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