Feb dialog


Richard Moore

Date: Fri, 29 Feb 2008 19:29:41 +0100
Subject: Mailing list
From: Hélène CONNOR
To: "Richard K. Moore" <•••@••.•••>

Dear Richard,

I have been away and busy, etc. but I suddenly 
realise that I haven't received anything from you 
for a while!

Could you please check that I am still on your 
mailing list? I hope you are not sick...?



Hi Helene,

Thanks for noticing. Yes, I've had the flu and 
I've been busy with various projects, primarily 
Phoenix. The thing about the flu is that it 
undermines one's inspiration even more than one's 
energy generally.


From: Richard Cook <>
Subject: New article
Date: Thu, 28 Feb 2008 16:00:17 -0500

New article by Richard C. Cook on Dissident Voice.

"Finally: Economic Sanity Returns to America"


Hi Richard,

An interesting idea, writing your report from a 
hoped-for future time. I must say I am 
disappointed however. You say:

    "The first thing the President did was declare a National
     Dividend-an immediate cash stipend to all citizens averaging
     $15,000 per person per year. It was like the Alaska
     Permanent Fund but much larger.

    "People could finally begin to pay off their loans and start
     anew. Students could attend college again without being
     shackled to decades of debt. Families were no longer one
     illness away from financial ruin."

Your 'dream' seems to be aimed at enriching the 
banks. If we really want 'economic sanity' I 
suggest we'd want to begin not with a handout (of 
Federal Reserve notes?) but with something more 
along these lines:

1) nationalization of all major banks
2) cancellation of all debts owed to such banks, 
particularly the so-called national debt
3) termination of Federal Reserve system and 
indictment on treason of those who run it 
(sentences to be commuted upon full televised 
confession of crimes going back to 1913)
4) repeal of legal-tender laws
5) expansion of credit-union system to include 
ability to issue local currencies


From: Chris Thorman <>
To: Richard Moore <•••@••.•••>
Subject: Re: FOX-5 Reports 9/11/01: WTC-7 Collapsed Before Actual Event
Date: Tue, 26 Feb 2008 15:57:31 -0800

Fact-checking here:

Though I believe that 9/11 was an inside job and 
WTC-7 is strong proof of that, this piece of 
alleged evidence does *not* lend support.  Note 
the comments on the youtube page -- no claim is 
made that the video being shown is live -- 
apparently it was broadcast after the fact by 
several minutes...



Hi Chris,

Thanks for checking that out.  I hope everyone 
realizes by now that my time-available to check 
out every single newslog posting is very limited. 
If it looks reasonable to me, I tend to post it. 
The times I've gotten it wrong have often led to 
some of our more interesting dialog.

There's a math theorem that says a logical system 
can't be both complete and contradiction-free. As 
regards newslog, I'd rather cover as much as I 
can than never make a mistake.

As regards this several-minute delay - I find 
that very interesting. The newscasters seemed to 
think the images were live and there was nothing 
on the screen about 'delayed image'. The people 
who pointed out the delay did so by researching 
the broadcast logs. Could it be that all of our 
images were delayed that day so that we could be 
protected from seeing any false-flag anomalies? 
I'd love to see the out-takes! Is there a 
whistleblower in the audience?


(and Ernie Yacub - thanks for also checking this one out)

From: John Fellowes <>
Subject: Fwd: Green Drinks
Date: Sat, 23 Feb 2008 14:58:41 -0800
To: •••@••.•••

Hi Richard

This is  from the Sunshine Coast Conservation 
Assoc. who led the way trying to protect our 

I think this is what you had in mind and people 
around here have a lot of experience with 
dialogue so here's hoping

John Fellowes
Gibsons B.C. Canada
Begin forwarded message:
From: "Brad Benson" <>
Date: February 10, 2008 1:33:06 PM PST (CA)
Subject: Fw: Green Drinks

Hi All -  The SCCA is picking up on a great 
international idea where people interested in the 
environment get together to socialize and network 
with others of a like mind.  If this one flies, 
there will be one on the last Friday of every 
month.  Come join us.  - Brad
Gumboot Garden Cafe, Friday, February 29, 5 - 7:00pm


Hi John,

Actually no, that's not at all the kind of dialog 
event I would recommend. Assemblies of the choir 
are what we need to outgrow. Much better would be 
a regular gathering where the views of local 
logging families were also welcome, among others. 
As long as you remain divided into factions you 
remain highly vulnerable to outside manipulation.



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