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Re: FSF : lackeys of their corporate masters

From: Rui Miguel Seabra
Subject: Re: FSF : lackeys of their corporate masters
Date: Thu, 06 May 2004 18:19:55 +0100

On Thu, 2004-05-06 at 08:19 -0700, Snuffelluffogus wrote:
> No, I advocate doing what the Founding Fathers knew was the right choice:
> greatly limiting the freedoms of corporations, not allowing them to be
> called "citizens", not allowing them to own one another or real estate,
> in short putting beasts back in a cage. That is what people do in a
> civil society : limit the freedoms of the criminally inclined.

I disagree that you should limit those who are alledgedly criminally
inclined. Any human being is criminally inclined in some way or another,
so you're venturing into future-crime prevention.

You need thought-police and other fascist-wannabe-kit resources for

You need to temporarily limit freedoms of those who actually commit
crimes, and not of those tempted to do it.

Other than that, I agree that citizens should never be corporate
entities. They should be sentient creatures (like we humans are and
companies aren't).


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