[pp.int.general] PPi ask Anonymous to stop Payback
marcus at d-usa.info
Wed Nov 24 19:39:29 CET 2010
There does not have to be a relationship between USPP & O:P. The rule in
US media & politics is as follows: If you don't speak out against it,
then it must mean that you support it.
That is the reason USPP spoke out against it.
On 11/24/2010 11:39 AM, Choms wrote:
> More insults and empty talk... If you cannot argument without insulting people, better don't write more, please.
> The only argument you give on all this time is "O:P are stupid liars scriptkiddies, they need to be exterminated".
> I think you have a personal problems with some people, maybe you have to fix it before continue fouling the list...
> Anyway, as you said: "We do not promote, advocate, support, or engage in illegal activities.
> Where there is a disparity between individual action and the law, the
> law wins. However, if the law is incorrect, based on incorrect or
> invalid principles, or created because of political pressures rather
> than because it's right, we hold that these laws should be changed.
> Changing a law does not require civil disobedience."
> You are the only one inventing a relationship between USPP and Payback... as far as I know, there's no relationship between both, so... why do you say PPi is supporting Payback and USPP needs to condemn it? (and the liars are O:P, of course :rolleyes:)
> I don't know who said there's a relation between PPi and Payback, but that completely is FALSE, and I don't understand it...
> El 24/11/2010, a las 18:07, Andrew Norton escribió:
>> [...] tl;dr [...]
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