(note: I have no idea if this was a Peaceful Uprising action, or who besides Anderson and Hase may be behind it, only that the only connection between Anderson and Hase that I know is PU).
BILL MOYERS: Are you concerned about the ethical implications of what you are doing, of fooling people or making fools of people?
MIKE BONANNO: We're much more concerned with the ethical implications of not doing it.
BILL MOYERS: What do you mean?
MIKE BONANNO: What I mean is that it seems like it's incumbent upon us to try to do something about the really grave ethics issues in the world, the real problems, companies that will go and exploit resources that we know are going to, in the long run, kill us or many people around the world. These kinds of wrongdoings are at such a scale, they're so vast compared to our white lies, let's say, that we think it's ethical. Our path is actually ethical one.
Also, I kinda like the idea of starting a group called the No Men that would watch for groups/people doing really extreme outlandish things sincerely, and then put out statements that it was really my group behind it and taking credit for the hoax. Like when the Catholic Charities in DC stopped offering spousal health benefits to anyone so they wouldn't have to give any benefits to same sex couples, the No Men could have put out a statement taking credit for the hoax, as clearly Catholics wouldn't do anything so mean-spirited.
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