[Imc-uk-process] [Fwd: Re: [Imc-communication] [Resolve] A summary of the Darwin dispute]
gdm at fifthhorseman.net
Fri Sep 1 03:15:48 PDT 2006
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>> You don't have permission to access
>> /pipermail/resolve/2004-December.txt.gz on this server.
so the zipped, downloadable archives don't work and if you really need this you
should take it up with listwork. however, i believe this is done to prevent
spam-harvesters from stealing peoples' email addresses....
the full archives have been and continue to be available online at
http://lists.indymedia.org/pipermail/resolve/ - trying clicking on 'date' for
> I find my way around that and at last find
> But the Document contains no data.
brisbane? but the current dispute is about darwin. brisbane has been 'dead' for
a couple of years at least now; the site you are trying to access was an
archived site (i.e. no open publishing) which is/was hosted by the catalyst
collective in sydney. unfortunately, cat have been having some hardware issues
recently and i believe that this is one of the sites that may have been affected
(and not realised). see www.cat.org.au for some explanation.
> I do find in http://www.abc.net.au/message/tv/ms/s1385774.htm :
>> SALLY MORGAN: There's barriers of fear and there's something very deep
>> in the Australian psyche that makes Australians frightened of
>> Aboriginal people.
> Which makes me wonder if there is a war here that everyone is skirting
one can always create a conspiracy theory from the slimest of evidence; it is
not always constructive, tho.
> I have been looking for something intact written by the offender that
> would justify the expulsion. And a defence statement. I have been
> looking for some hours. I have a busy day, will continue the search later.
> This needs a Judicial review. But where are the Judges?
the expulsion appears to be justified by the *amount* of nonsense that the
"offender" has written. as an example, compare two posts on imc-communication:
1 - a summary, attempting to be relatively impartial (but equally, stating his
bias at the beginning of the mail), by takver (of melbourne imc):
2 - the "defense" by mick lambe, who is the main character around whom the
current debate is situated:
i think that these two posts speak volumes.
> andi wrote:
>> my 2 eurocents are to fully support the melbourne proposal.
if this is the position we are taking as imc-uk, could someone draft a response
to go to imc-process, please?
the proposal deadline is 16:00 BST on monday (4th september).
i am *not* going to act as liaison for imc-uk on this as i am also facilitating
the debate on imc-process (along with john windmueller, toya and and remi)
love and solidarity,
i have a NEW key:
gpg --keyserver pgp.mit.edu --recv-keys 594B97C2
Key fingerprint = 7B70 F22D F275 D111 3A04 F9EE 0E25 4944 594B 97C2
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