Video: the Guardian computer-smashing episode reconstructed...in Swedish #nsa http://t.co/MpN9ufYafD
— alan rusbridger (@arusbridger) December 13, 2013
http://t.co/tyBUkcoXMG ...to force @guardian to smash their hard drives? The media all have a collective case of Stockholm syndrome, I think
— Andrea (@puellavulnerata) September 25, 2013
Coincidentally a couple of days later, on 8th December 2013, various pictures appeared via the media regarding Ukraine protesters (Kyiv) smashing a toppled Lenin statue. I don't know if the Lenin-statue-smashing was legal, probably it wasn't, but it's nevertheless an interesting coincidence.
Instead of Tweeting things I actually want to destroy things extremely, violently, with a sledgehammer (in a lawful manner). #anger #destroy
— SINGULARITY UTOPIA (@2045singularity) December 6, 2013
Protesters rid #Kyiv of Lenin statue (PHOTOS) http://t.co/OmLHOb4Khm @KyivPost @KyivPost_photo #EuroMaidan #Ukraine pic.twitter.com/Pbb0glJOwA
— Christopher Miller (@ChristopherJM) December 8, 2013
Here is one final Tweet, which is not related to the smashing, but the Kyiv protests are a good addition to the following historically rich times we are experiencing:
#AaronSwartz #BarretBrown #JeremyHammond #BitCoin #BradleyManning (#ChelseaManning) #GlennGreenwald #TwinTowers #riots #protests etc.
— SINGULARITY UTOPIA (@2045singularity) December 7, 2013