Most Occupy activists are big fans of WikiLeaks and Anonymous. Pirates like Kim Dotcom are heroes to them. But Kim Dotcom made $42 million last year from MegaUpload, easily within the top 1%. I think it’s time these activists began to engage in more nuanced thinking when it comes to politics and economics.
A Miami journalist has recovered video of police officers arresting him after it was deleted from his camera. The man was covering a police effort to evict Occupy Miami protestors. He plans to file a complaint with the police department and with the United States Department of Justice.
It seems as though prominent Facebook users are having their accounts suspended or deleted, for posting pro-gun or anti-gun control content.
Infowars.com has assembled a list of just a few that have confirmed their accounts have been deactivated, including director Michael Murphy Tmp and writer Kurt Nimmo. Talk show host Adam Kokesh has confirmed that he is locked out via his Twitter feed.
Drug users know their stuff
November 24, 2009 Drug users know their stuff
Drug users are well informed about the harms associated with the drugs they use, and perceive alcohol and tobacco to be amongst the most dangerous substances, according to a survey by UCL (University College London) and Imperial College London researchers. The findings, published in the Journal of Psychopharmacology, suggest that the current system of classifying psychoactive drugs in the UK may need to be revisited.