[Powderworks] NMOC - Sept 11th, etc
Wed, 14 Aug 2002 11:38:49 +1000
Look, I think were all old enough and ugly enough to be able to accept that everyone has an opinion. Most of us on this list are strangers who have greatly diverse up bringings and beliefs about what's right and what's wrong.
I just don't believe that anyone should be greatly offended by what a stranger thinks. It's what you think about something that's the important bit not what someone on a midnight oil list thinks.
I'm sure everyone on the list has some great qualities
peace to all of you x
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>>> "Geordie McMillan" <firstname.lastname@example.org> 08/14/02 11:02am >>>
Scott and others on the list,
One aspect throughout all of my postings on this issue has been that I have
the utmost compassion and sympathy for victims and their friends and
families of the tragedies of September 11. Once again, I in no way condone,
rather condemn, the actions taken by whoever perpetrated these hideous acts.
However, due to my considerable distance from the USA, i.e. Australia, and
that of many others on this list, different perspectives on the background
of these events are often formed. As an avid reader of politics, history,
current affairs, literature, etc., my interest is often in stepping back and
looking to the past in order to hopefully gain an insight into the future.
Therefore, I decided to put forward some ideas, theories, reasons and facts
about the wider picture outside of the events of September 11 in order to
exchange ideas with different people on this list.
As I said, I have the utmost compassion for the people affected by these
events. It's just that some of us are more prepared to talk about them in a
rational and civilised manner than others.
If I offended anyone with the content of my postings then I apologise.
However, they are merely a presentation of an opinion and an interpretation
of the make-up of modern global politics, not an attack on the citizens of
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