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Re: [casi] Turkey Parliament Rejects U.S. Troops

At 18:49 02/03/03, Suzy T. Kane wrote:

>Hi, all.  Does anyone have an e-mail address for Turkey's Prime Minister
>Abdullah Gul to congratulate his country for its example of democracy
>and to encourage the government to continue to listen to its people, 94%
>of whom, polls show, oppose a war with Iraq?  Best, Suzy

Suzy, some quite horrendous oppression goes on in Turkey - to congratulate
them for their so called democracy could be seen to condone that. Their
treatment of the Kurds is just one example.

For the purpose of stopping this attack on Iraq we find ourselves in the
company of some extremely nasty types. None of them care in the slightest
for Iraqi lives.

Seeing the enemy as being personalities such as Blair and Bush and their
supporters is to lose sight of the real enemy which is tyranny and
oppression everywhere.


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