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Re: [casi] the "coalition"

At 21:47 18/03/03, you wrote:

I suggest you read my mail again and not jump to insulting conclusions. I
was well aware that it was Sky News. Why do you think I said "This is what
*they* would like us to think".
Who the hell do you think *they* is?

We don't need stupid nonsense like this at this time. I suggest you vent
your anger and disappointment on those who are the cause of it not somebody
who gives an example of propaganda at work.


>As should be obvious the message below was a news story from Sky's website
>and not, as Dermot appears to think, a statement on behalf of Voices
>----- Original Message -----
>From: "Dermot Moynihan" <>
>To: "Voices UK" <>
>Sent: Tuesday, March 18, 2003 9:26 PM
>Subject: Re: [casi] the "coalition"
> > At 21:03 18/03/03, you wrote:
> > >,,30000-12271382,00.html
> > >
> > >
> > >Some 30 countries are backing America in its war against Iraq.
> >
> > This is what they would like us to believe. 30 governments would be a more
> > accurate description. A country consists of a lot more people than a
> > government. Their statement  dismisses all the anti-war people (the
> > majority) in those 30 countries.This, no doubt, is what they would like.
> >
> > Incidentally my own, wretched, Irish Government whilst expressing
> > platitudes about its neutrality allows US planes to refuel at Shannon
> > Airport despite Ireland's cities seeing some of their biggest marches ever
> > protesting against the war.
> >
> > Rgds
> > Dermot
> >
> >

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