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!OT Re: [casi] You have been scammed. Move on people!!!

>hating Saddam Hussein. I would be curious to know to >which of these
categories Darin belongs. Or is there >something else I haven't thought

Yeah -- I've often heard this sort of thing before, and it essentially
comes from the far-right media and administration propaganda. The
attitude is not that uncommon in the US -- especially in the Midwest
where I am located. This illustrates what the message posted the other
day about "cultural fascism" relates to: it is very much a result of the
conditioning of many of the American (at least) "educational" system
(what I mean when I say we get a "peasant's" education: the big mistake
most of us make is to think that "we" are too smart to be conned). Please
refer to the old Monty Pythons movie routine about witches floating
because they are made of wood. (The Holy Grail movie, I think).

I'm not sure what to say: the discussion is strange -- off topic for the
casi list, but absolutely central to the sanctions, invasion and
occupation of Iraq and how it was possible for the US government fool the
American pubic and pull them off.

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