NMOC-Re: [Powderworks] rules and US --NMOC
Peter Scott Poitras
Sat, 12 Apr 2003 15:03:15 -0400
<thunderous applause> Well said.
----- Original Message -----
From: The Oilman <TheOilman@new.rr.com>
To: Felipe Castillo <email@example.com>;
<firstname.lastname@example.org>; Virgil Thomas Alexander Morant
Sent: Saturday, April 12, 2003 2:37 PM
Subject: NMOC-Re: [Powderworks] rules and US --NMOC
> First off, please put your foolish politcal commentary as NMOC, as I am
> extremely sick of hearing everyone's take on the matter and maybe I am
> but doubt it very much. We get overloaded with information the way it is,
> and I can find every possible analysts take on the war online, I don't
> my mailbox full of crap like this. Either mark them NMOC or take up your
> political debates person to person not acorss the globe in Powderworkers
> Felipe has a history of stirring the pot, I love how he tries to throw
> back in Virgil T. Morant's face. Virgil, a well articulated, long time
> powderworker AND most importantly for Felipe's silly mail: AUSTRALIAN. No
> didn't have the father, son, and Ronald Reagan. No he didn't put Saddam in
> power, or any of your other silly suggestions about what Virgil somehow
> contributed to. Remember half of the Americans didn't vote for Bush, so
> is it now suddenly their fault that he was elected? Ridiculous.
> I want to read about Midnight Oil, that's why I've been on Powderworks for
> the last 9 years. NMOC means delete to me, and your e-mail DEFINITELY
> into that category.
> Ignorant, yes that is what your e-mails always sound like. You forget that
> Americans don't always support the governments decisions or have the
> officials they wanted in office, so no we didn't all put someone in power
> cause someone to get elected, your anti-American sentiments probably never
> will be accepted kindly.
> My remarks are titled NMOC as I don't want others to waste their time
> reading crap like I just had to waste time to write but I am hoping it
> me time in the future getting rid of all this mail I have no intention of
> reading. My apologies to anyone we read this and are sick of the endless
> politics as well.
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Felipe Castillo" <email@example.com>
> To: <firstname.lastname@example.org>; "Virgil Thomas Alexander Morant"
> Sent: Saturday, April 12, 2003 10:16 AM
> Subject: [Powderworks] rules and US
> > Hi Virgil.
> > First point, when I say anti-americanism I'm talking about the political
> > statement against US intentions to rule the world for their own benefit.
> > Second point, I guess PG talked about the values of your country (are
> > the same values for your government?) and your forefathers, he was
> > thinking also in Australia. Both countries was made over the death of
> > thousand aboriginal people, but in some time in history you need to find
> > your roots, where are them? just in the forefathers who started to boukd
> > after destruction.
> > Third point, pre-emptive war is an agression against humanity. You built
> > Saddams' empire in Irak, have you forgot it? Also Bin Laden have been a
> > Family with many business related to US interests. So this pre-empite
> > invasions and occupations (Afganisthan and Iraq) are just a revenge
> > between gangsters, saddly, innocent people have died in the middle of
> > this terrorist actions, including the victims of the Twin Towers. This
> > is going to be legal (as your president's election) but it is
> > Finally, when I see Bush, I see a drunk, a sick man, a pig who ┐thinks?
> > that the end will justify the means. Also I can see George Orwell's "Big
> > Brother". Anyway, you have had the father, the son and Ronald Reagan,
> > are you proud of it?
> > escrutador
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