End of a cypherpunk era?

Justin justin-cypherpunks at soze.net
Sat Mar 5 18:45:21 PST 2005

On 2005-03-06T00:03:01+0100, Anonymous wrote:
> Ian Grigg writes at
> http://www.financialcryptography.com/mt/archives/000381.html:
> : Is this the end of an era, a defining cypherpunk moment?

It doesn't make much sense to renounce your U.S. citizenship if your
relatives, who you care about and who you want to visit, still live there.

What did Vince Cate expect?  He wants to be free to enter the U.S.
temporarily, but doesn't want to be a citizen of a country the U.S.
deems sufficiently similar to itself?  From the American State's
perspective, he is dangerous.  He is a near-anarchist, and individuals
with that kind of status threaten the existence of the U.S.

Certainly there is no hunting like the hunting of man, and those who
have hunted armed men long enough and liked it, never really care for
anything else thereafter.           --Hemingway, Esquire, April 1936

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