Monday, July 25, 2005

Just a clarification.

I may have said a few things about active political action, but that stops short of condoning or inciting the assault on Mark Blumsky over the weekend.

The assault on Blumsky was a cowardly attack on a man who was going about his business, and while I belive that the assault was more the result of a bunch of drunks deciding to look for someone to "bash" than anything else, I think that people of all political persuasions can agree that such attacks, whether on political figures or ordinary people are intolerable.

In bipartisan sprit, I give Blumsky my best wishes and I hope that he makes a full and swift recovery, and that I hope the next thrashing he gets will be in the metaphorical confines of the ballot box.

7 Comments:

At 5:10 PM, Blogger Insolent Prick said...

Bullshit. You incited that kind of behaviour, you anarchist bastard!

No point in reclarifying what you said, when it was perfectly clear in the first place. Just because you go to the Trevor Mallard School of False Apologies doesn't make your calls to violence any sweeter.

 
At 6:05 PM, Blogger gazzadelsud said...

what he said:

"just a clarification"

rubbish, you called for blood on the streets, you got it. You offered to break the law yourself. Suddenly its not so clever is it?

how can you "clarify" that away.

 
At 6:30 PM, Blogger Brendon said...

Where are all the left-wingers? Im being swamped here, its like the entire membership of National and ACT have me in their sights..

Come on guys, help me out!!!

 
At 6:30 PM, Blogger Brendon said...

Where are all the left-wingers? Im being swamped here, its like the entire membership of National and ACT have me in their sights..

Come on guys, help me out!!!

 
At 6:43 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

"I may have said a few things about active political action..."

As opposed to inactive action?

Boy, you can't even construct a coherent sentence. You're verging on self-parody.

 
At 6:45 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Maybe the left are staying away because you're completely f---ing bonkers, Brendon.

 
At 7:58 PM, Blogger MikeE said...

"Users of computers need to be aware that certain uses of the computer could potentially expose them to criminal charges. If you use a computer by either email or posting information on the internet you may be liable if you:

- Urge anyone to commit a crime, whether or not the offence is actually committed. If the crime is committed then you may become a party to the offence.
- Incite, procure, or encourage violence, lawlessness, or disorder;
- To incite or encourage the commission of any offence that is prejudicial to the public safety or to the maintenance of public order; or"

hmmmm... someone did something stupid doncha think?

 

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