How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy (t3knomanser) wrote,
How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy

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Well, this is pretty disgusting.

Essentially, they want to pass legislation that prohibits protests from having any teeth. You can go be democratic over there, in the park, away from everyone, but the instant your democracy starts to get noticed, or cause a stir, or god-forbid an inconvenience, then you are obviously a terrorist.

Actually, it's really funny. I remember when people who did that were merely practicing civil disobedience.

We need to put an end to those protests that grip a city, like those protests for equal rights. What the hell was that all about? Boycotting bus lines? Marching in the streets? Is that American? Of course not!

I remember when people who did this were called patriots.

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