Re: Creative Protest

From: Neal Blaikie (
Date: Fri Feb 09 2001 - 17:17:36 MST

Boring, juvenile and a ridiculous waste of energy. I guess some people just
have an awful lot of spare time on their hands . . .

Hey, whatever floats your boat, I suppose.


Michael Lorrey wrote:

> Here is one example of the depth and creativity of left wing protesters.
> We've talked about before, they were the ones who set up
> the fake website and arranged sponsorship for the plot.
> Now, last year I was quite creative in enticing the people behind RTMark
> to give me copies of the scripts they use to run their website (I can be
> a flatterer when I have to, and I have a record of proposing interesting
> protest ideas with them, which includes a Windows boot splash switch
> scheme to replace the default boot splash with an animation of windows
> being broken by an apple or a penguin...). Suppose we create a website
> very much like RTMark, but with the opposite intent: sabotaging leftist
> protests, propaganda, and programs in creative ways.
> Another possibility is for extropes to sign up with RTMark, propose
> projects and fund them as well, coordinate with leftist recruits to do
> the actual sabotage, then expose them so they get nabbed.... This is a
> more dirty idea, but likely to earn kudos with corporations that might
> be interested in funding such a project....
> Discuss...
> Mike Lorrey

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