[WikiEN-l] No more blocking people for who they *are*?

Rob Smith nobs03 at gmail.com
Wed Feb 8 22:21:24 UTC 2006

Oh, it was misread.  External links from Wikipedia with advice like
"Train others to step forward if leaders are arrested, and arrange
beforehand for legal support for all those who are detained. Be aware
that some people, especially those with family caretaking
responsibility or medical issues, need to avoid arrest."

Doesn't say anything about the wisdom of taking children to
tear-gassing events, however.  And one wonders how many times the
author of such wisdom "sang in jail" or "washed tear gas" out of his
own eyes.


On 2/8/06, Chip Berlet <c.berlet at publiceye.org> wrote:
> It's all about the Social Contract.

> 1. Wikipedians must never post material that calls for illegal activity or the harming of human beings or, through inaction, allow such text to remain unchallenged.

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