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> Wikipedia Anonymous Editor Outings: Jed Brandt
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post Sat 9th February 2008, 11:42pm
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Hi, I am new to Wikipedia Review, as you can tell on my profile. After reading this site for a few hours, I was glad to see a section on notorious editors. It is my personal joke to tail and out anonymous editors who work for Indymedia and Riseup.net, since they fall under the category of Admin Tools Cabalists. When anonymous Wikipedia editors snipe my edits or references, I out them, and I out eco-terrorists, anarcoms, and I harass pinko P.I.s

I didn't see anything here on Jed Brandt, and Daniel Tasripin, a commie and an SDSer who were doing anonymous sniping on Wikipedia for Indymedia, so I included the link here:

http://www.contextflexed.com/storyjedbrandt.html
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post Sun 10th February 2008, 1:33am
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Another Brandt?
Wikipedia will NOT be happy about that, lol.
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post Sun 10th February 2008, 7:15pm
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QUOTE(FLIPSIDE @ Sat 9th February 2008, 11:42pm) *

Hi, I am new to Wikipedia Review, as you can tell on my profile... When anonymous Wikipedia editors snipe my edits or references, I out them, and I out eco-terrorists, anarcoms, and I harass pinko P.I.s

I didn't see anything here on Jed Brandt, and Daniel Tasripin, a commie and an SDSer who were doing anonymous sniping on Wikipedia for Indymedia, so I included the link here:

http://www.contextflexed.com/storyjedbrandt.html


Wow, hey, gosh, did you guys and gals know by just looking at the number of edits of an editor you can tell that they are new to the site? Aren't we all lucky that a Staunch Defender of Free Speech is here to point that out, and stop all those liberals (pinko/commies/eco-terrorists) from practicing... errr... well... to be blunt about it... Free Speech in a manner that this individual has democratically decided isn't in keeping with their worldview.

Welcome, FLIPSIDE. Can I ask what anarcoms, P.I.s (other than Private Investigators) and SDSer's are - other than easier to spell than the full titles.
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post Sun 10th February 2008, 11:15pm
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You can ask, but I won't bid on it.
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post Mon 11th February 2008, 12:02am
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A SDSer is a member of Students for a Democratic Society

http://www.sds.revolt.org/

An anarcom is somewhere between an anarchist and a communist.

A P.I. is a Parallel Import - an import of a licensed drug from another country when it can be bought more cheaply than the home-produced drug. (Hello, that doesn't fit in.)
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post Mon 11th February 2008, 1:48am
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Worrying about the world being overrun by communists is very, shall we say, retro.
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post Mon 11th February 2008, 4:09pm
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"P.I." as in Magnum PI without the nice car or the abs.

Yeah it's retro, in principle. But there is a thing about the net that lets nearly dead ideas propagate and even locate the maximum number of adherents, since the organization overhead is nearly without cost. SDS is running a pretty robust network.

If you are taking over a foreign country, such as Iraq, you kill off the more virile males and give free computers and money to the flamers, and place them in charge of the government, infrastructure and media.

If you are mildly a John Bircher, such as myself, you place a small bit of stock in the idea that transnational world socialists, or fabians, are still trying to merge America with Canada and Mexico, and institute Social Democracy in the U.S. Therefore minuscule, impertinent political groups are significant, because Ford, Tides, and Soros foundations, are pumping money into and giving blogs to little darling wikitotalitarians and infoshops.

These groups are attractive because they are politically active and active in consensus manufacture along The New School of Social Research's prescribed blueprint for social engineering. Thus the small, insignificant organizations add up to big power.
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