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Give me a break. That 'Occupation Watch' web site operates under the auspices of the radical 'United for Peace and Justice' anti-war group. That isn't all, either. 'United for Peace and Justice' is headed by Leslie Cagan, a Sixties Marxist with a long history of supporting Communist causes. She was a member of the Venceremos Brigades organized by Cuban Intelligence. She was a member of the Committees for Correspondence, a faction of the Communist Party USA, and she is co-chair of the National Network on Cuba an organization whose purpose is propaganda and political support for the Castro dictatorship. Just last Februrary or so, Leslie Cagan threatened sabotage with her organized anti-war protests: "If marches do not work, we will escalate. We will have to do things to disrupt the normal flow of life in this country." In otherwords, Leslie Cagan is a communist nutcase. Any information coming out of her, any of her organizations, or any organization she (or her organizations) are affiliated with I take with a grain of salt. Zero Value -> Zero Meaning. For you young folks out there, I would be very careful with what groups you get involved with (My brief visits at C.A.S.I. have already set off a number of red flags). Especially the ones that boast this 'holier than thou, peace & love' bullshit. These are morbid, yet age-old tactics, to exploit the idealism and naivete of youth so that they may be used to serve, unknowingly, an underlying agenda.... there is more going on, behind the scenes, that they don't tell you, nor do they want you to know. --Darin Zeilweger _______________________________________________ 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