Twerrorism – When anarchists tweet, the state twembles

19 October 2009 by Mike Gogulski
Posted in activism, police | 3 Comments »

One of my news-and-blogs-scouring agents (Bloglines search) turned up this video today after my “G20 riots in Pittsburgh – How I organized them via Twitter” post was linked to in a post including the video to

Quite the contrast.

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  1. 3 Responses to “Twerrorism – When anarchists tweet, the state twembles”

  2. By Bill St. Clair on 19 October 2009

    And I thought the police were TRYING to get the protesters to avoid them, by leaving areas in which they were told, in a very loud voice, to leave the area. This arrest seems to me to be pretty good proof that their REAL goal was assaults and arrests.

  3. By winston smith on 20 October 2009

    can you say hypocrisy? of course, that goes without saying.

  4. By Anonymous on 20 October 2009

    Cool doing it wrong at the end of the video. Also, what’s with the music?

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