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Re: [casi] Lyndon La Rouche and EIR

Dear Gabriel,

I'm surprised at what appears to be inconsistency on your part.  You
repeatedly requested CASI posters to confine their topic to Iraq.  As
the recipient of one of these, I thought it reasonable and consented.

Imagine my surprise on coming to the end of your post ([casi] Lyndon
La Rouche and EIR), and seeing my search for Iraq references remain
unrewarded.  The entire piece deals with issues Dr. Manning Marable
seems to have with Lyndon LaRouche.  Worse, his documentation
lingers around 1984-1986.

I actually found Andreas' selection from the Avesta more pertinent to
our concerns for Iraq.  At least the ancient Persian text deals with the
character of those with whose geopolitical actions we disagree.  Is
it only spiritually flavored non-Iraq posts we should avoid?

Best regards,


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