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Dear List, If I've miscalculated I think my health will take a decided turn for the worse. If so please send the cops a copy of this. I'm kidding, I hope. These days nothing is sure out here. I get banned from the school and mgt sci listservs for dissing the campus homeland security tszar, a retired admiral now less who complains I'm calling him a fascist. Actually I dont recall doing that but I recall haraging the students when the "univesity" shut down at the orders of the police chief to make it easier to guard the IMF from families with signs and baloons-- must have been the most horrifying sight since the entire golden horde of the Mongols attacked Europe. (I think that's why I got banned; who knows) Boy I sure know why U.S. profs. generally say nothing. It begins with shunning and progess to harassment that takes endless time to battle. tom " Tom Nagy, Ph.D." wrote: > Dear Chuck, > > Since your silence about my recent character assassination in the Mgt Sci dept. didn't >seem > to bother you, , I think you've got pretty thick skin, so you won't be > too upset about the following piece I'm working on. If you don't want to > read it, then delete the sucker, but maybe there are elements that just > might resonate. I think you care about the grunts, and if you and the > military that's so worshipped especially in congress were to speak up > maybe we could avoid the Iraqi wall as a reflection of the Vietnam wall. > Hell I lost my company commander, Chimminello, that's when I stoped > reading the list of ROTC guys in our artillery machine. I was saved by a > Maj. who turned me down because my marching a boot polishing technique > was dismal--though my grades were great. Otherwise i guess my name would > be on the wall and my guts all over Vietnam along with the rest of the > forward artillery observers. > > ========================================== > > om: > " Tom Nagy, Ph.D." <email@example.com> > > 10:36 PM > > Subject: > Is that the 21 Centry Lt. Calley I see? > To: > firstname.lastname@example.org > > > > > Dear Super Heros of the the Long Grey Line, > > > Well, your guttless careerism is getting the US right into the > > 21st Centry's Vietnam. We are already slaughtering civilians by putting > a higher priority on looting the oil than on giving infants safe water. > > We crossed a threshold when the news show the all professional > army doing a zipo job on the vegetation. Houses to follow-- except maybe > > we'll borrow back some of the armered bulldozers from man of peace, Gen. > > Sharon. > > I see your running short on the regulars and the reserves who > want want to returrn to weekend fun and games in the states with 3 > weeks of camping (uhhh--- make that military maneuvers). So when does > the carpeting bombing begin -- dust off Rolling Thunder and Linebacker. > Hay, let's make Syria and Iran the Loas and Cambodia of this update. > Where's Pop Beull and the children soldiers? Can Lt. Calley be far > behind, as we kinds draw down towards bottom of the barrell? > > Wonder when we reach Tet? Does Uncle Walter Croncrite have enough > > Geritol in his system to get out of an "anchor" chair and say the gig > is up. And will Lydon Johnson (whoops, make the W., the mad > executioner from Texas, say , "well hell there goes the middle class?" > > Jesus will it end in Dein Bein Phu, Tet, or will the Baby Bush > decide its gotteramadung for the world that his rejected his perfect > democracy? > > And why doesn't that guilty-as-hell dingbat robot Robert Strange > MacNemera speak out and atone for his folly, hubris and monster crimes. > And what about the good guys like Aubrey Daniels who gutted Nixon > publicly as the lowely who put Calley away for life that Nexon comuted > to house arrest with congugal visits for good old Rusty Calley. > > Any what about you Calley, can you step from behind the counter > of you jewler shop to say that massacring the infants together with the > moms has finally gotten to you and you want to attone by warning about > Vietnam along the Tigris? > > ========================================== > > If you had it mighty rough I'm sorry but, hell being a worthless > refugee from 3months to 5 years was not fun; nor reliving it all in > Baghdad in October. > > > _______________________________________________ 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 email@example.com All postings are archived on CASI's website: http://www.casi.org.uk