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

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In a message dated 02/03/03 19:22:26 GMT Standard Time,

> 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.

I don't think Russia and China can be regarded as centres of civil liberties,
either but that shouldn't surely stop us encouraging them to veto the US/UK
war resolution?


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