[Noisebridge-discuss] why cointelpro2.0 kills community
maestro415 at gmail.com
Thu Mar 27 04:09:21 UTC 2014
Well said save the tinpots that dont exist, merely wannabes that are in
charge of NOTHING that everyone with your same mindset that know the ACTUAL
way NB operates simply ignore.
Thankfully some have branched out and continue to do excellent things in
various places quietly watching as another NB cycle completes leaving the
house back in the way it was meant to be sans gnats.
Til then filter & delete stay well worn...
On Wednesday, March 26, 2014, Jacob Appelbaum <jacob at appelbaum.net> wrote:
> I didn't vote in the last election because I was told that I was no
> longer a member in good standing. I was told later that this was
> because I hadn't added some nonsense text to my wiki page about being
> a member. The person informing me didn't bother to add the text but
> they did take the same amount of effort to blame me for having not
> done it myself. I didn't agree with adding that text to my wikipage,
> as I don't feel it is reasonable for anyone to have to out themselves
> as a member.
> As a result, I was left with the understanding that I shouldn't vote.
> I didn't bother - the vote counter had informed me that my ballot
> wouldn't be considered valid, after all.
> I didn't bother to fight this because I didn't want to give the
> impression that any of this process is legitimate. It isn't.
> I'm really heartbroken to see that Noisebridge has been taken over by
> petty tinpot dictators who basically hijacked our little non-profit
> because they were too incompetent and lazy to start their own. The
> worst is that some of the best Noisebridge folks were played by some
> really awful folks with awful intentions.
> In a sense, I think it is sad: Many people have poured their hearts,
> their wallets and their lives into Noisebridge.
> In a sense, I think it is deserved: We failed to stop informants,
> infiltrators and other jerks from ruining our community. We failed to
> ensure that the board represented the consensus of the Membership.
> Apparently, "we" have even failed to keep consensus as far as that
> worthless board is concerned.
> As usual, the ladder climbers ruined it and they did it from the top
> down. I'm sorry that our structure wasn't able to handle them. I feel
> personally responsible for not helping to build a more resistant
> The community was beautiful for a time and that time has long since
> passed. Like Tibetan butter sculptures: all things come to an end.
> This monochrom art project has run its course,
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