re: rkm commentary

2005-05-11

Richard Moore

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From: •••@••.•••
Date: Sat, 7 May 2005 11:10:48 EDT
Subject: Re: rkm commentary
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            rkm> They probably dream of themselves as the undisputed
            masters of a post-apocalyptic world, cleansed of excess
            population and culled of unfavored races, a world all cleared
            away and in dire need of reconstruction, via Halliburton and
            ilk.

Beautifully written and right on the money!

I will disperse widely, thanks.

Frank

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Hi Frank,

Thanks - forwarding is encouraged, and remember to include my address & 
cj website (http://cyberjournal.org).

rkm

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Date: Sat, 7 May 2005 22:04:40 -0700
From: Chris Shaw <•••@••.•••>
Reply-To: Chris Shaw <•••@••.•••>
To: •••@••.•••
Subject: Re: rkm commentary

I may not be famous enough, but I'm pretty well known in some
of the subfields of neuroscience.  Let me know if you want me
to be a commentator.

Chris

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Chris (and others),

The book is intended for everyone, so blurbs from "ordinary people", 
scientists, or whatever, are appropriate. If I do get a "fame name" or 
two, that will be a bonus.

cheers,
rkm

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From: "Robert E. Reynolds" <•••@••.•••>
To: <•••@••.•••>
Subject: Re: rkm commentary
Date: Sun, 8 May 2005 09:26:26 -0400

great piece!.  There is a global population decrease belief in
some groups. disease is one method, and war and devastation
another. A nuclear war would certainly combine the two methods
very effectively.

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Date: Sat, 07 May 2005 08:06:38 -0700
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From: Dan Brook <•••@••.•••>
Subject: Re: rkm commentary

"when they blew up the World Trade Center" - this is the kind
of statement that can't stand on its own without sufficient
context and explanation because it goes against common
understanding

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Hi Dan,

In this case, the context is this list. I've published or
written dozens of analyses, from various perspectives, which
in my opinion conclusively establish that the operation was
planned and carried out as a covert operation. Not all
subscribers may concur with my conclusions, but they are
likely to understand that my claim is really a placeholder
for previous postings, not just an idle opinion.

I'm sure you agree with the principle that we don't want the
regime to control language, or to control the scope of our
discourse. And yet, even in trying to escape from the box of
regime framings, we often are bound by it. So much of liberal
analysis is pointing out contradictions in the regime line,
and never gets beyond that. It's like they're beating their
heads against the regime's box, never escaping, hoping vainly
that they'll eventually demolish the wall.

What I like to do in my analysis is move on to the "What
Next?" questions, to fly outside the box. All the evidence
points to the neocons as perps, so let's not dwell on that.
Let's take that as a starting point and see what it tells us
about what they might do in the future. Such analysis may not
be meaningful to all audiences, but it's a kind of analysis
that needs to be pursued, at least in places like this.

cheers,
rkm

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Date: Mon, 09 May 2005 11:08:16 -0700
From: Janet McFarland <•••@••.•••>
To:  •••@••.•••
Subject: Re: rkm commentary

Hi Richard,

I just thought I'd share about something wonderful happening
in my life. I have a large yard which is largely grown up in
weeds, in spite of various whole and half-hearted efforts over
the years to establish something there.  A lovely group called
City Slicker Farms is going to add my yard to their urban
farming patches.  They will grow organic vegetables there for
distribution to low-income residents of West Oakland.  We'll
have a big workday in May and together we'll name the new
garden.  Perhaps it will be the Garden of Eatin', a version of
my original sense of the place as a kind of Eden waiting
restoration to it's native beauty and wholeness.  I am
grateful for all these small connections being knitted
together all around the world.  Our web of existence which
makes every day we have something to cherish.

xo
Janet

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Hi Janet!

That does sound wonderful.  Such synergy - everyone benefits,
good spiritual energy.

rkm

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