Cato's Letters, John Trenchard and Thomas Gordon.

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Cato's Letters, John Trenchard and Thomas Gordon.

Post by Graaf Statler » Wed Apr 11, 2018 11:49 am

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Thanks Kolonel.
Sad, but it's true. WMF is trying to destroy one of the most important pillars of our freedom what they claim to protect......
How hypocritical!

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Re: Cato's Letters, John Trenchard and Thomas Gordon.

Post by CrowsNest » Wed Apr 11, 2018 1:44 pm

:lol: @:

https://meta.wikimedia.org/w/index.php? ... f=17900749

This isn't even denial of free speech (which Wikipediots happily accept they do not have), this is the crushing of dissent.

There are powerful Wikipedians who would ordinarily object to this sort of thing most vociferously, as if they were a principled people with morals and values. The fact they only protest when it is a friend of theirs being oppressed by the evil WMF and their shock-troops, shows they are not. Your friend here seems to have principles, but does he have any power?

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Re: Cato's Letters, John Trenchard and Thomas Gordon.

Post by Graaf Statler » Wed Apr 11, 2018 2:52 pm

CrowsNest wrote:Your friend here seems to have principles, but does he have any power?


No, but in a way they are afraid for him. Look for instance here. The page must be controled by WMF office and jerk Alexander. He is not afraid, just like I am not. Do they want to go to court? Try me and my lawyer and I'll take the complete Dutch press with me, that is what I promised to there lawyer. And other victims as a witnesses. Try me, try the Dutch top lawyer Ausma, go ahead and be my guest.

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