enemy at the gates!
That person from Indymedia who thought he could shut me up by shutting me down was obviously mistaken. I give him an A for Effort, though. He posted his screed on several Indymedia sites in an effort to spread the word. However, the San Francisco/Bay Area site decided to put his post into the hidden bin.
Why do you suppose they did that? Because it was encouraging censorship? Because he used words like zionazi and jewpropaganda? Because it's wrong to threaten to shut down someone's site when they disagree with you?
If you answered None of the Above, you win the prize.
This was hidden because it contained a link to an enemy website. No, you may *not* advertise enemy websites here.
The maturity of the editors of such a "powerful and imporant" news outlet makes me laugh and laugh and laugh.
I've made it to enemy status and for that, I am proud. I wonder if they can make me a small button to put on this site. Enemy of Indymedia, 2003. I think I'll go and ask.