Wednesday, August 25, 2010

Save the Whale

Today’s the day that Whale Oil appears in court to defend his challenge against the use of name suppression to protect the guilty, and the well-connected—especially when those two are the same.

Whatever you might think about Whale himself, aka Cam Slater, his is a legitimate form of principled protest.  Of civil disobedience. Breaking the law, on principle, and taking your lumps for the breach is an appropriate way to protest unprincipled law. But it’s activism that comes with a price. A big one.

So if you agree with his protest against the law and you’re able to help an impecunious blogger make it, head here to learn how to make a deposit to his fighting fund—or click on that “Chip In” widget up there on my right sidebar.

2 Comments:

Blogger Dinther said...

Yep, I support that. Just donated for his defence.

8/25/2010 10:16:00 am  
Anonymous B Whitehead said...

Me too.

8/25/2010 12:35:00 pm  

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