Thursday, June 08, 2006

FBI confidential informant also said to be provocateur

"ELF adherents share a strong philosophical connection to the anarchist movement," which he notes "seeks to end the current system of government, economy and replace them with systems characterized by a lack of authoritarian/hierarchical relationships."

Great! At least there are some ELFers who've got their philosphy straight. Sounds like a good program to me.

Since there are no ELF members, only ELF ideology, I am not ELF. I AM an anarchist and I do "seeks to end the current system of government, economy and replace them with systems characterized by a lack of authoritarian/hierarchical relationships."

Is this wrong? Is this illegal? Is it immoral to seek a world without oppression, wars for resources, haves and have-nots, equality, freedom, justice and democracy? I thought that's what the United States is all about. Now we're being accused of wrong-doing in seeking a better life, in seeking to do away with inequality, in seeking democratic expression and freedom from economic slavery.

No big surprise that the FBI uses agents provocateur. 'Twas ever thus. But it's "OK" when they do it, cause they've got the guns and they control the story. When we attempt to change the story, it's rubber hoses in the back room, thumb screws and water torture.

When are you going to do something about it, eh?

Hayduke