We need to retaliate against Visa/Mastercard!

We need to retaliate against Visa/Mastercard!

Post by Superdav » Thu, 16 Dec 2010 07:20:43


Their refusal to send payments to Wikileaks is a violation of contract.

We need to get a humongeous class action suit going!

 
 
 

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Post by Inglourious Baster » Thu, 16 Dec 2010 07:31:01


Quote:
> Their refusal to send payments to Wikileaks is a violation of contract.

> We need to get a humongeous class action suit going!

I thought you had the power to do this Dave?

 
 
 

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Post by Manc » Thu, 16 Dec 2010 07:35:40

Fry Assange!

 
 
 

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Post by David » Thu, 16 Dec 2010 07:44:52

Quote:

> Fry Assange!

People speaking honestly and openly. This is what Assange is dedicated to.
Julian Assange would approve of this post.
 
 
 

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Post by Superdav » Thu, 16 Dec 2010 07:46:46

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>Fry Assange!

you're a ***ing Nazi.
 
 
 

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Post by Ali Asoa » Thu, 16 Dec 2010 13:31:52


Quote:

>> Fry Assange!

> People speaking honestly and openly. This is what Assange is dedicated to.
> Julian Assange would approve of this post.

I thought he is dealing in stolen goods which is illegal?
 
 
 

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Post by David » Thu, 16 Dec 2010 13:41:05

Quote:



>>> Fry Assange!

>> People speaking honestly and openly. This is what Assange is
>> dedicated to. Julian Assange would approve of this post.

> I thought he is dealing in stolen goods which is illegal?

Nothing was stolen. The State Dept will confirm that none of their cables are
missing.
 
 
 

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Post by Superdav » Thu, 16 Dec 2010 15:08:23

Quote:



>>> Fry Assange!

>> People speaking honestly and openly. This is what Assange is dedicated to.
>> Julian Assange would approve of this post.

>I thought he is dealing in stolen goods which is illegal?

No. Information is not "goods". The Daniel Ellsberg trial said so.
 
 
 

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Post by Iceber » Thu, 16 Dec 2010 20:36:05


Quote:



> >>> Fry Assange!

> >> People speaking honestly and openly. This is what Assange is dedicated to.
> >> Julian Assange would approve of this post.

> >I thought he is dealing in stolen goods which is illegal?

> No. Information is not "goods". The Daniel Ellsberg trial said so.

this is the funny thing, all the politicians are yelling he should be
electrocuted, yet they can't pin a crime on him. Instead they've
rigged a false case in Sweden and somehow got an Interpol warrant for
it, so he gets some jail time.
 
 
 

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Post by Superdav » Thu, 16 Dec 2010 23:23:40

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>> >>> Fry Assange!

>> >> People speaking honestly and openly. This is what Assange is dedicated to.
>> >> Julian Assange would approve of this post.

>> >I thought he is dealing in stolen goods which is illegal?

>> No. Information is not "goods". The Daniel Ellsberg trial said so.

>this is the funny thing, all the politicians are yelling he should be
>electrocuted, yet they can't pin a crime on him. Instead they've
>rigged a false case in Sweden and somehow got an Interpol warrant for
>it, so he gets some jail time.

the man has done nothing wrong except expose those who have. for that
they would kill him if they could, they still might!
 
 
 

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Post by mimu » Fri, 17 Dec 2010 01:55:21


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> >>> Fry Assange!

> >> People speaking honestly and openly. This is what Assange is dedicated to.
> >> Julian Assange would approve of this post.

> > I thought he is dealing in stolen goods which is illegal?

> No. Information is not "goods". The Daniel Ellsberg trial said so.

Actually, the Ellsberg prosecution went belly-up due to gross
"prosecutorial misconduct" (the government is considered a monolith
for purposes of law, so shenanigans by others in government than the
actual prosecutors will be included in "prosecutorial misconduct")--
including the break-in at his psychiatrist's office by the Nixon White
House's "Plumbers" unit.

Maybe you're thinking of the _Times_ "Pentagon Papers" case, with
regard to the injunction secured by the Nixon Administration to get
"prior restraint" of publication, for the first time ever in the
US . . . .

--

Take a deep breath, take a walk, cool off, plot a bit, and serve
again.

 
 
 

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Post by Manc » Fri, 17 Dec 2010 04:40:12

The sooner Assange is dealth with the better diplomats can function
again. Secrecy is vital to the diplomatic arts!
 
 
 

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Post by Ali Asoa » Fri, 17 Dec 2010 12:21:55


Quote:



>>>> Fry Assange!

>>> People speaking honestly and openly. This is what Assange is
>>> dedicated to. Julian Assange would approve of this post.

>> I thought he is dealing in stolen goods which is illegal?

> Nothing was stolen. The State Dept will confirm that none of their cables are
> missing.

If you steals information from your employer like that and they know
that, would they fire you or can you say information is not goods?
 
 
 

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Post by Ali Asoa » Fri, 17 Dec 2010 12:22:19


Quote:



>>>> Fry Assange!

>>> People speaking honestly and openly. This is what Assange is dedicated to.
>>> Julian Assange would approve of this post.

>> I thought he is dealing in stolen goods which is illegal?

> No. Information is not "goods". The Daniel Ellsberg trial said so.

If you steals information from your employer like that and they know
that, would they fire you or can you say information is not goods?
 
 
 

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Post by Ali Asoa » Fri, 17 Dec 2010 12:23:56


Quote:





>>>>>> Fry Assange!

>>>>> People speaking honestly and openly. This is what Assange is dedicated to.
>>>>> Julian Assange would approve of this post.

>>>> I thought he is dealing in stolen goods which is illegal?

>>> No. Information is not "goods". The Daniel Ellsberg trial said so.

>> this is the funny thing, all the politicians are yelling he should be
>> electrocuted, yet they can't pin a crime on him. Instead they've
>> rigged a false case in Sweden and somehow got an Interpol warrant for
>> it, so he gets some jail time.

> the man has done nothing wrong except expose those who have.

"Those who have": You mean the Chinese government who ordered the attack
on Google?

for that

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