<incal> also, the Emacs community should stand
up for the Hong Kong rebellion!
not with active riots, we are too old
for that and don't want to hurt
anyone... but we should support them
with whatever we can. they have done an
awesome job and so much, like HUGE
quantities of human energy has been put
into rioting for _half a year_ ! :O
> Please do not use this list for discussions
> of political (or any other) nauture that are
> completely unrelated to GNU Emacs.
Nothing is unrelated to anything but I agree
there is nothing _at this point_, but I would
like it to be! That's the suggestion...
Problem is (for me) without some kind words
from the community - no, I changed my mind, in
this case it is so important I'll do it anyway!
But isn't it better you guys have some
influence what I do? Why don't you want that?
You know that would make everything more...
[insert positive word here: mature? balanced?
grounded? less Emanuel Berg in a good way?]
But OK, if Emacs stays out, I accept it. (no
kidding! it is a matter of speech) But some
software will support this tremendous effort by
young and old heroes... so why not the
Imagine, spanish civil war, socialist side
wins! then left block takes power in France.
Germany isolated, no WW2. and look what
happened instead *sob* *sob* *sob*
No war ever in Hong Kong! Stalemate, normalize
God willing, students have showed the world
they are the best fighters at this point, their
rebellion is legendary. go back to normal.
win in all other ways!
On 12/26/2019 4:10 PM, VanL wrote:
> Source code written for Gnus/Emacs's freedom's saki is political.
>> Please do not use this list for discussions of political (or any
>> other) nauture that are completely unrelated to GNU Emacs.