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No Distractions, No Deceptions, No Diversions, No Delusions!

No Distractions, No Deceptions, No Diversions, No Delusions!
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For those who want to know: Reliable information on health, energy, media, war, elections, 9/11, more RUSSIA/UKRAINE I don't know about you, but I always took a certain comfort in the notion Harper was a cynical master of manipulation, a politician for whom no wedge was too harmful or divisive to be shunned. This is bad, of course, and both immoral and dangerous, but it contains the comforting kernel of thought that no one as bright as Harper is could actually fail to see the glaring contradictions in the stuff he says. This always offered the faint hope he didn't actually believe everything he was saying, and therefore might be philosophical if voters indicated they disagreed. Naturally one hoped his petulant and furious reaction to the complicated situation unfolding in Ukraine reflected only the availability of another potential wedge issue here in Canada. That is, a chance to capture the Ukrainian-Canadian vote. Perhaps, one hoped, it didn't reveal his actual thoughts on the unstable and dangerous crisis in which there are plenty of nasty players and victims on all sides.

INFORMATION CLEARING HOUSE. NEWS, COMMENTARY & INSIGHT DRUDGE REPORT 2006® Information Liberation Cory Doctorow The British government has brought down its long-awaited Digital Economy Bill, and it's perfectly useless and terrible. It consists almost entirely of penalties for people who do things that upset the entertainment industry (including the "three-strikes" rule that allows your entire family to be cut off from the net if anyone who lives in your house is accused of copyright infringement, without proof or evidence or trial), as well as a plan to beat the hell out of the video-game industry with a new, even dumber rating system (why is it acceptable for the government to declare that some forms of artwork have to be mandatorily labelled as to their suitability for kids? And why is it only some media? So it's bad. £50,000 fines if someone in your house is accused of filesharing. But that's just for starters. What isn't in there? Lobby organisation The Open Rights Group is urging people to contact their MP to oppose the plans." Government lays out digital plans (Thanks, Lee!)

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