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SEP (Australia) Aug 30
With its moves to ban Chelsea , the Australian government is declaring: "Warmongers are welcome. Those who have sought to oppose war are not."
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OwenHsi
Does the SEP using mean they agree with the unity campaign principles: achieving unity by papering over of political differences, while stifling and smothering discussion and debate in order to build a mass movement to free Assange?
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OwenHsi Aug 31
Replying to @SEP_Australia
"In a world of divide and conquer, uniting people is the ultimate act of resistance. Therefore, we must bring together ALL public figures who support Julian and WikiLeaks, regardless of their political views or party affiliation..."
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OwenHsi Aug 31
Replying to @SEP_Australia
"Putting aside our personal politics in order to create a diverse line-up of advocates who support our message will give us the ability to reach the largest audience possible" - see about section
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SEP (Australia) Sep 1
Replying to @OwenHsieh3
It is a hashtag that is commonly used among supporters of Assange and WikiLeaks. I'm sure you know that the use of a particular hashtag does not imply agreement with it, or with everyone who uses it.
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OwenHsi Sep 1
Replying to @SEP_Australia
is not just a tag to denote a subject or topic, it represents a definite political platform So I would think that using such a hashtag indicates support for the position inherent in the phrase The SEP should make explicit its perspective on Unity, important demarcation
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Davey Heller Sep 1
Here is footage of Mike Head of the SEP (Australia) excoriating the "No Politics" perspective of as a dead end for the campaign and working class which involves cosying up to the far right. He is debating Suzie Dawson at an event in Sydney.
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