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[ga] Fine Line

  • To: GA <ga@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Subject: [ga] Fine Line
  • From: Hugh Dierker <hdierker2204@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Sun, 2 Sep 2007 17:53:10 -0700 (PDT)
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I used to be sure that there was a fine line between free speech for the protection of rights and sedition for the sake of anarchy. Well I was right. There is one.
  But what surprises me is how easy it is to tell the difference over time. First clue is a continuous needling attack on any authority.
  Next is an apparent compulsive behavior toward breaking any and all rules, almost a systematic connect the dots routine over time. Of course it would not be complete without an arrogance and puffing up and then an attack that anything around is illegitimate without approval by the anarchist. It becomes clear that anarchy is what is being sought - - for the purpose of preventing anything positive from occuring and maintaining power through intimidation and sheer volume. A power that is unnatainable in any other fashion. Also it is worthless to most because it cannot be used to do anything positive.
  Well regardless of the rules themselves, this Assembly voted overwhelmingly in favor of rules versus chaos/anarchy. Note, our rules only count those who voted. We had one vote against having rules, the same person we are dealing with now. In essence the majority here voted for rules and order and respect. 
  So I, as the only elected person here, have no choice but to enforce the rules as best I can.
  I surely do hope that when we get this all straightened out that members begin to participate again.

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