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I agree with Roger, We should send as many E Mails as we can muster to
Security Council, certainly Permanent Members, France, Russia and China, but
also the ten elected Members. There is now a commitment that there will be an
open meeting of Security Council before any decision. This means that all the
other UN members have the right to speak. Many of them are opposed to any war
against Iraq and this meeting should make it more difficult for France and
Russia not to use veto.

Congress decisions were a lot better than we could have feared. Votes against
war were quite respectable and as American people become more scared and more
aware of what a lot of rubbish they are being fed, November elections could
be revealing. Marches on 10/26 could be important.

I think we should all thank Putin for standing up to

Chris Leadbeater

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