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Re: Anyone Striking?



We just returned from this.  Feel free to ask whatever you'd like.

Yours, 
J.A. Terranson
[email protected]

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If Governments really want us to behave like civilized human beings, they
should give serious consideration towards setting a better example:
Ruling by force, rather than consensus; the unrestrained application of
unjust laws (which the victim-populations were never allowed input on in
the first place); the State policy of justice only for the rich and 
elected; the intentional abuse and occassionally destruction of entire
populations merely to distract an already apathetic and numb electorate...
This type of demogoguery must surely wipe out the fascist United States
as surely as it wiped out the fascist Union of Soviet Socialist Republics.

The views expressed here are mine, and NOT those of my employers,
associates, or others.  Besides, if it *were* the opinion of all of
those people, I doubt there would be a problem to bitch about in the
first place...
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On Mon, 14 Dec 1998, James Glave wrote:

:Date: Mon, 14 Dec 1998 07:29:32 -0800
:From: James Glave <[email protected]>
:To: Robert Hettinga <[email protected]>
:Cc: [email protected], [email protected], [email protected]
:Subject: Anyone Striking?
:
:Anyone participating in the strike today? I'd like to possibly visit this
:with a news story...
:
:jtg
:
:At 03:10 PM 12/10/98 -0500, Robert Hettinga wrote:
:>At 9:05 AM -0500 on 12/10/98, Ken Williams wrote:
:>
:>> "Strike to protest Wassenaar!"
:>>
:>> URL:  http://www.zanshin.com/~bobg/
:>>
:>> "This is a global call for computer professionals to strike on
:>> Monday, 14 December, 1998 to protest the signing of the Wassenaar
:>> Arrangement, an international treaty that imposes new restrictions
:>> on cryptographic software technology.
:>
:>Now, *this* is interesting...
:>
:>Anyone actually contemplating doing this?
:
:
:James Glave, News Editor, Wired News, http://www.wired.com  +1 (415) 276-8430
: