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Once more you show contempt for the citizen by refusing to answer, leaving me with no recourse except the listservs and media. I must conclude that you are too frightened and self censoring to care enough even about American kids to work to save the lives of "enemy kids". How sad. Perhaps you were human beings once, not just mindless killers in suits. I guess you don't go to hospitals to see infants die because of the greed of corporations that you serve. Eichmann would be proud, but your parents and children must be deeply ashamed. And you too must ultimately face death and ask did you blow it? Don't worry, I won't write you again. Foolishly optimistic of me to think that anyone who worked for the State Department gave a damn about kids--theirs or ours. Guess you are too busy creating terrorism so you can fight it, Lockhead-Martin can make its billions, and you get a promotion. Well, your plans may be jeopardized by the fact your lies to enable the latest slaughter in Iraq are unraveling and with the ruin of the American middle class, it may be you good servants of the weapons industry who end up at in the dock with the other enablers of genocide. We Americans are beginning to see through your self-serving lies. We do not admire you, but fear and dread you and view you as a curse on what remains of the Bill of Rights. Try reading today's USA Today. For the first time I think it's not hopeless to I send them a letter to the editor -- this note to you-- since they clobbered your evil, lying boss*, maybe they will print this. *now the world knows what Albright looks like in black face, wearing pants. I hope you change from being 21st centry baby killers to decent human beings. OM Mani padme hum. tom p.s. to my friends working to end the slaughter of children in the name of greed, I'd appreciate your feedback. I'm for experimenting. Some say we should continue to speak politely with these killers in stripped suits. I've tried that any get nothing back, so I'm trying a more direct approach. " Tom Nagy, Ph.D." wrote: > Dear U.S. Embassy, > > I have received no response. Does the Dept. of State hold citizens in > such low esteem, that it will not respond to letters? I'll wait a day or two > then submit this as an op ed., hopefully with your reply. > > " Tom Nagy, Ph.D." wrote: > > > Dear U.S. Embassy, > > > > Rwanda genocide redux is now upon us. Yes, some details are > > different, but the primary detail, enabling genocide by denying > > genocide, > > is the same. This time getting safe water even to Iraqi infants is > > just not a high enough priority so WHO and UNICEF report outbreaks of > > cholera and a massive 250% increase in diarrhea -- death for infants > > without electrolytes and safe water, but life otherwise. > > > > In Rwanda, recall, getting General Dellaire the light personnel > > carriers was not high priority for the U.S. government. So, the machines > > > > that would have prevented the genocide arrived just AFTER the genocide > > ran its course. Also, as is shown in the declassified documents in the > > genocide book by Susan Power, the word "genocide" was not permitted to > > be spoken by U.S. government edict in connection with Rwanda till > > Clinton and "I was just following orders" Albright apologized years > > later. > > > > What will it take the US embassy in Rwanda to sound the > > alarm, to > > demand that the U.S. government stop letting the infants die for the > > policy > > "low priority for safe water relative to saving the oil" See the USAID > > RFP to Pappa George's company. Water is mentioned at about p. 30 if > > memory serves! > > > > The worst part of the Holocaust for me is that the children were > > > > selected for death NOT spared. The worst part of the present U.S. policy > > that is > > continuing right now is that the policy of low priority, not Nazi > > doctors, selects the Iraqi babies for death by waterborne disease. > > > > Even you put a value of zero on the life of Iraqi children, > > killing even more of Iraqi infants (the method does not matter to the > > parents) does not safeguard our children, rather it endangers them. > > > > In desperation and hope and asking for your prayers and action, > > tom > > Om mani padme hum. > > email@example.com > > home.gwu.edu/~nagy > > > > For details please enter the terms > > > > Epidemiological surveillance Iraq > > > > in google.com > > > > and scroll to the bottom of my website for the 50 page chapter to be > > published in Fall, 2003, in London. Ch 1 is by Prof. Falk of Princeton > > so either the editors and publishers goofed, or there is some merit to > > my arguments. > > > > Finally to see that this is policy, not accident, enter > > > > "Strategic Attack" 2-1.2 > > > > and > > > > Rizer Iraq bombing > > > > > > in Google to get it straight from the military. > > > > See esp. p1, par 2 of Rizer and weep and act. > > > > Hoping for the curtest of a genuine reply, not a form letter, > > tom > > > > > > p.s. I hope to be testifing before Sen. Gregg Committee soon re the > > nomination of > > Dr. Pipes. I sincerely hope I can say the the U.S. embassy choose to > > protect life, rather than condemning infants to agonizing death as it > > did in the Rwandan genocide. > > At least, the Rwandan babies may have died quickly; death from > > dehydration is slow... > > Please follow your conscience and humanity. > > > > > > _______________________________________________ Sent via the discussion list of the Campaign Against Sanctions on Iraq. To unsubscribe, visit http://lists.casi.org.uk/mailman/listinfo/casi-discuss To contact the list manager, email firstname.lastname@example.org All postings are archived on CASI's website: http://www.casi.org.uk