Re: Words Hurt

Ian Goddard (
Sat, 25 Apr 1998 15:38:49 -0400

At 02:29 PM 4/25/98 +0200, Erik Moeller wrote:

>> IAN: The power of a right idea properly presented is
>> more powerful than lots of money and The Powers That
>> Be that have it. Of course, the ability of bad ideas
>> to overcome good ideas by lots of money is still there.
>Give me an example for a successful "right idea".

IAN: Uhhh.... You're messing up my optimism!!
I just got optimistic and then you came along. :(

>> One can show that the best case out of a set of cases
>> is that the Govt, the "The Power That Is,"
>Wrong. Governments can be easily exchanged, and when they are exchanged, it
>is not due to the great democracy but due to shifts in power relationships.
>The Morgan Banker group owned both US political groups, the Democrats and
>the Republicans, for a long time. Presidents can be shot or destroyed with
>the mass media. Examples for the former are Kennedy and Lincoln, examples
>for the latter are about everyone else, including Clinton. Take a look at
>the recent events in Belgium. And read Quigley, Carroll: "Tragedy and Hope".

IAN: Gosh, uh, I have to agree.... someone, help!

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