Thursday, January 29, 2009

Odd occurences lately

Yesterday when using the computer at the library in downtown providence I and some other patrons busted library staff who were using computers to spy on patrons there. They thought they could use a snowstorm to mask their actions, but the behavior of the staff, who even got the providence pigs to join in, fished them out along with alert patrons there who knew their tricks.
The day before that I attended a Palestinian event sponsored by a south providence based human rights group. Interestingly enough some of the speakers there spoke about supporting militant acion, which I have advocated for a long time, and some of them were people who 5-6 years ago thought I was a provacetur for supporting militant actions. Now that they think this way when I have been more open about carrying out militant actions how long before they put thought to word?
Peter Khan Zendran

4 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Certain libraries are spying on users, which is unconstitutional.

We need to file a lawsuit, possibly with the aid of the ACLU.

3:55 PM  
Anonymous Andrew McCray said...

Yes, I'm sure the ACLU will love the fact that you are a militant-sponsoring ex-con who refers to the President as "the nigger".


You are scum.

7:46 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

lol

Peter didn't write that comment about enlisting the ACLU, I did.

Regardless of Peter's political views, it's still illegal for libraries to use spyware to observe patrons surfing habits.

12:32 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

by the way, if Peter was really "racist", I don't think he would have written the following from his December 2005 archives:

"Just filed my Brief with the 1st Circut Court of Appeals.
2 things
1. Rest in Peace Tookie, we'll get ahnold for you.

Peter Khan Zendran"

I assume he's just calling Obama the n-word because he's angry with him, and knows it riles peoples feathers.

That being said, I still can't condone it.

12:39 PM  

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