Privacy advocates resign over facial recognition plans
shelley at misanthropia.org
Wed Aug 12 05:24:12 PDT 2015
On August 11, 2015 11:47:46 PM Cari Machet <carimachet at gmail.com> wrote yet
> forgot fascist mass incarceration and this is directed at you personally as
> i hold people 'accountable' for their actions and mindsets
You should hold yourself accountable for your inflammatory and divisive
"actions and mindsets" as well.
Generally I ignore your posts and stay out of your misdirected, hot air
bleat-fests. But I'm really tired of dealing with this type of
self-aggrandizing, rude vitriol that detracts from an otherwise valid
point, thereby alienating even your best allies. Like the so-called "black
lives matter" attention-whores who completely disrupted a Bernie Sanders
rally in my city this weekend. It makes no damn sense to alienate the
people most aligned with their cause and then spew racist language (as you
do, as well), thereby harming any cause unfortunate enough to have itself
associated with such behavior.
There is righteous anger tempered by wisdom, e.g. Dr Cornell West. He
doesn't mince words and he absolutely holds people accountable while
understanding that allies come in all colors and from various walks of
life. Anger is valid: being intentionally racist and rude is not.
/rant on OT bullshit.
> yay love that 'government abuse '.... lulz could it be 'crime by the
> government' but but that dont happen nah never
> social engineering is profound in language use and terms are handed to the
> white people like soft boiled eggs so soft and the parasite slips into the
> mouth so softly by soft nice voices that are never - no never - angry
> whats there ever to be angry about ... no reason to ever raise your voice
> even a tiny bit
> On Aug 12, 2015 8:41 AM, "Seth" <list at sysfu.com> wrote:
> > On Tue, 11 Aug 2015 12:49:45 -0700, Sean Lynch <seanl at literati.org> wrote:
> >> most part taken that choice away from them. The result seems likely to be
> >> less police abuse than at any point since at least the early 20th century
> >> in the US.
> > This is not directed at you personally, but I wish people would stop using
> > the fucking Orwellian double-speak term 'police abuse' in place of the more
> > accurate 'police crime'.
> > What we have is a certain class of people committing serious CRIMES, not
> > 'abuse'. These crimes includes murder, attempted murder, manslaughter,
> > assault, vehicular assault, battery, false arrest, perjury, etc, all while
> > wearing special costumes called 'uniforms' and getting a paycheck from some
> > government agency.
> > As far as I'm concerned, using the term 'police abuse' is a
> > neuro-linguistic programming tactic designed to make people subconsciously
> > downplay the seriousness of these crimes.
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