Re: Cuba

Michael Lorrey (mike@lorrey.com)
Mon, 16 Mar 1998 21:11:54 -0500


Alejandro Dubrovsky wrote:

> On Mon, 16 Mar 1998, Eduardo Blasina wrote:
>
> > that they want. Mr. John Clark talks of a police state. Who invaded Granada
> > in the 80? and Vietnam in the 60? and Guatemala in the 50's and put all
> > the worst kind of fascist dictatorship in every country in Latin America?
>
> There was a little "article" in the section at the back of the New
> Scientist (i can't remember what it's called now) a while ago about the
> fact that the countries that the US invaded lately were really a coded
> message to the world, and that the first letter of each of those countries
> are an anagram for "KING ELVIS", but they had forgotten about a couple of
> countries (eg Panama). Of course, right now i can't remember what the
> countries were.
> chau

Well, if you include Panama, then you are merely creating a combo of his two
nicknames: KING, and PELVIS. Of course, this is ignoring Bosnia-Herzegovina,
Croatia, and Saudi Arabia (the S is, I imagine, for Somalia), as well as Haiti.

This sort of crap is the same sort of junk as the claim that BILL GATES III in
ascii equals 666. It doesn't, since the "III" is not three ones, but three "I"'s,
and just the sort of illogical off topic sniping liberals start spouting when
they know they are full of it, and realize that everyone else knows they are full
of it.

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