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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 Aug 31
Replying to @SEP_Australia
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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SEP (Australia)
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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