A Twitter Conversation About Violence…

So, I’m on Twitter, trying to catch-up with what is going on in the world, and I am accosted by a tweet from Harsha Walia- this time, she was trying to include a reporter from the Globe & Mail:

Oh no, I think I need a lawyer! Harsha is going to sue me for asking her a question! So, I told her I wasn’t afraid to a question about herr position on violence after she took a pro-violence stance on Youtube. Her response was quite funny:

Wait, Harsha is a lawyer! Why does this statement remind me of being in elementary school?

Then she came through with a defense for the day the people came prancing into OV wearing ninja costumes:

I had call her on this one, as I knew it wasn’t true:

Then, a brave soul jumped-in to ask Harsha to answer the question on her position on violence at OV:

So, I jumped-in and asked her a very specific question about her stand on violence:

I guess she missed my blog entry on advice from Ian Hanomansing:

Then, finally, Harsha makes a statement on violence!


And it is so incredibly ambiguous that it would have made Bill Clinton blush! So, I asked once more:

And then — crickets chirping — we still haven’t got a straightforward answer on Harsha’s stand on violence…

Here’s the video in case you missed it:

Permanent link to this article: http://www.genuinewitty.com/2011/11/18/tweeting-about-violence/

7 pings

Skip to comment form

  1. […] weathered poorly through my involvement in the Occupy movement.  That said, I can’t let Harsha Walia’s personal attacks effect my feeling’s on Vancouver’s gentrification issues. And, […]

  2. […] was only yesterday that Harsha Walia’s  No One Is Illegal was distributing pro-ninja […]

  3. […] rather than clarify her stand on Violence- Harsha has sicked her minions at No One Is Illegal to try and get people to wipe out my Twitter […]

  4. […] that could cause serious harm. I use a non-lethal weapon that can never do as much damage as a flagpole. They call it parody- eventually, you will either give-up or start laughing […]

  5. […] similarly involved with the fiasco at the Olympics that resulted in the Heart Attack debacle that Harsha Walia used sexist & racist comments to stop negative feedback from Derrick […]

  6. […] has a deeply embedded and influential community of people who believe in this idiocy. People like Harsha Walia take the Gerry Adams approach- prostelicising violence while keeping a safe, legal, distance. Or, […]

  7. […] Then, after several visits from the Black Bloc, one where there was an assault on a police officer, I wrote about this issue- hoping that Harsha would come to her senses and denounce the use of violence at Occupy. Our […]

What's your opinion?

%d bloggers like this: