[Imc-uk-features] Re: [imc-sheffield] Re: Free speech: a woolly liberal idea?
anap at riseup.net
Thu Jul 29 11:58:56 PDT 2004
I hate being told 'rtfm', and I'm not enjoying saying it to you now, but
truly, before questioning the editorial practices, maybe you should have
read the editorial policy, and the mission statement.
The global mission statement is available from the front page of the
global site, www.indymedia.org,
and the imc UK mission statement is available from www.indymedia.org.uk.
to save you some reading, i can tell you that they differ very little,
and as far as the debate in this list is concerned, it is the mission
statement of imc 'uk' that matters, not the 'indymedia' one.
As for the article that provoked this debate, i know it can have various
interpretations as can the editorial guidelines, but the feeling i get
from it is the same one I get from the daily mail or the Sun when i pick
them up from some train or bus, and i don't feel indymedia as the place
to eco those sentiments.
Therefore, i completely support the hiding of that article and hope it
was never unhidden!!
D Olner wrote:
>What is the primary use of Indymedia?
The world is a dangerous place, not because of those
who do evil, but because of those who look on and do
nothing. -- Albert Einstein
(El mundo es un sitio peligroso, no por los que hacen mal,
sino por los que miran y no hacen nada)
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