Hidden documents

Please add the latest at the top of the list:

  1. I missed that one ... and that too“Burn the fuckers in their cozy HP, their rich enclaves, their police state enclosures… Now where is my blasted shotgun” — hidden by Chris
  2. Well put — hidden by mark, ?incitement to letter bomb — “Think home visits, paintsripping executive cars, arson, threats and letter bombs.”
  3. Today was the start of the Great Miners’ Strike of 1984/85.hidden by Mark — Incitement to murder: “No man (or woman) has a right to scab so long as there is a pool of water to drown his carcass in, or a rope long enough to hang his body with.”
  4. wowhidden by Chris“when are we going to attack them properly… this kids stuff makes us look like baby wankers… we need to go to the next level not baby stuff”
  5. Puppies rescued, home visits for top Barclays executiveshidden by Chris“we paid a visit to your daughter… SHE IS NOT SAFE

Incitement guideline

I wonder whether we could root this in our ethos so that we’re not just avoiding legal threats but also pro-actively developing a concensus amongst ourselves about what we think is acceptable for the site? So for example we could have —

Minimum Standards

Here we say what we think must be done to keep us out of court, or successfully defend ourselves against charges of incitement.

Our Desires

Here we say what consensus we have reached about the desirability and/or acceptability of posts that incite others to action. Hopefully this would have an emphasis on affirming the importance of direct action and a positive statement about our role in inspiring people to take control of their own lives using direct action techniques, hedged by something about “proportionate responses” or “thoughtfulness”. We could say how seriously we take these responsibilities.


  1. Terrorism Act 2006, regarding “encouraging terrorism” and “dissemination of terrorist publications” www.opsi.gov.uk/acts/acts2006/ukpga_200...