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Fatima Measham
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Fatima Measham 11h
Replying to @foomeister
(setting aside the fact that museums themselves are inherently problematic and are only just reckoning with that now)
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Fatima Measham 11h
Linking to this article by for no reason whatsoever, in this our Australia:
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Fatima Measham 11h
Replying to @pauldutton1968
between you and me, I find Peta a little scary tho
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Fatima Measham 11h
(hey serious question - so you know how things go in threes? well I have Daisy Cousens, Sydney Watson, who's the third?)
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Joy Reid 11h
People actually think this. And it’s not an insignificant number of people.
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Fatima Measham Nov 16
Replying to @bevhenwood
That is, I believe, the correct response.
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Fatima Measham Nov 16
also the whole thing is like meta upon meta, somewhat unreal
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Fatima Measham Nov 16
Replying to @foomeister
Scott and Josh supposedly taking Mark Humphries' satire in stride, like they're in on the joke, is one of the saddest things I've ever seen.
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Fatima Measham Nov 16
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Fatima Measham Nov 16
Replying to @kmjgardiner
(in any case, we don't know what the charge is ... the stuff WL did circa Bush-Obama era might be protected, but more recent stuff not so much perhaps)
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Fatima Measham Nov 16
Replying to @kmjgardiner
Yah, that's the thing. I can be broadly persuaded; it's just that in claiming protections specific to the press, surely it'd have to be established that you're press or even press-like, and not something else.
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Katy Sian Nov 16
”When we acknowledge that white girls and women were able to exercise power in this nation, from its colonial beginnings - because of their whiteness - it becomes easier to understand why they vested in white supremacy long after slavery”
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Fatima Measham Nov 16
Replying to @JustinGlynSJ
We don't know the charge, though.
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Fatima Measham Nov 16
Replying to @foomeister
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Fatima Measham Nov 16
Replying to @JustinGlynSJ
This is what prompted my rambling:
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Justin Glyn SJ Nov 16
Replying to @foomeister
Here’s an interesting article on the topic from someone who seems to know a bit more about US law than I, and is plainly not an Assange fan:
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Fatima Measham Nov 16
Replying to @JustinGlynSJ
Seems like a good primer. Thanks, Justin!
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Fatima Measham Nov 16
Replying to @R_Chirgwin
Free speech is distinct from press freedom, though. I'm just not clear on how protections around press freedom applies in the case of WL, esp. in light of Assange.
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