Re: Cuba

Alejandro Dubrovsky (e9328940@student.uq.edu.au)
Tue, 17 Mar 1998 13:14:45 +1000 (GMT+1000)


On Mon, 16 Mar 1998, Michael Lorrey wrote:

> 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.

That's right, that was it.
>
> 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.

I don't think it's meant to be a serious statement (that is, neither i nor
anyone else beleives that what the US is trying to do is send a secret
message), just a fun and concise way of showing the large number of
countries that the US invaded/s, and trying to back up Eduardo's point.
chau