EF! Fined $1million in Idaho
microz at homenet.ie
Wed Nov 13 08:36:28 EST 1996
Bruce Scott TOK wrote:
> charliew (charliew at hal-pc.org) wrote:
> : In article <32884817.57C2 at vgernet.net>,
> : Joseph Zorzin <redoak at vgernet.net> wrote:
> : >charliew wrote:
> : >
> : >> The 64 million dollar question is: Do you advocate
> : illegal
> : >> actions to stop an activity that you consider legal but
> : >> "wrong"?
> : >
> : >If the action doesn't hurt anyone, it may be reasonable.
> : >
> : >That's how Gahndi threw the British imperialists out of
> : India. Imagine,
> : >he dared break the law by telling his followers to gather
> : salt from
> : >ocean. What a terrible crime! Those "limies" didn't have a
> : clue how to
> : >deal with him.
> : Finally! Someone in this newsgroup with the intelligence to
> : advocate civil (non-violent) disobedience. Bravo!
> But still illegal. I don't remember any non-environmentalist in these
> groups standing up for the moral action of logging protestors who get
> beaten up and then dumped in jail for the crime of chaining oneself to a
Probably because that wasn't the thrust of this thread. On the other
hand you didn't hear me condemming the actions of the blacks with
regards to busses did you? I just pointed out they weren't burning them.
Peaceful civil disobediance is a whole different thread, this thread is
about the events surrounding the EF! fine. Good try though!
> Mach's gut!
> Bruce Scott, Max-Planck-Institut fuer Plasmaphysik, bds at ipp-garching.mpg.de
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