Re: Where we lost America

From: Mike Lorrey (
Date: Wed Oct 31 2001 - 07:58:53 MST

Samantha Atkins wrote:
> Mike Lorrey wrote:
> >
> > Randy Smith wrote:
> > >
> > > William Pierce, the hardcore NeoNazi, once wrote that the Jews are people
> > > farmers. Well, that's kinda true in a way, both now and in the past, for
> > > historical reasons. Well, of course, most Jews are just ordinary people.
> > > However, he definitely has a point about people farming with respect to how
> > > our govt is run, and I supppose how govt's have always been run, except in
> > > certain uncommon periods and places.
> >
> > While I'm pretty offended at the idea of someone on this list using a
> > neo-nazi as some sort of reputable reference, this quote goes to
> > illustrate how socialism permeates nazi thinking outside of their racist
> > bigotry. While technically an apt term to describe the lending of
> > capital at interest, it is semantically meant to make the individual
> > feel like they are cattle being led to the slaughter. This, outside of
> > its racial bigotry, is entirely in line with the arguments of leftilists
> > as well as others on this list like Samantha, et al.
> That is very offensive and utterly uncalled for. I am not any
> stripe of collectivist or socialist or "victim" mentality type
> of person. I demand an apology.

You've repeatedly been ranting the standard socialist/leftarchist
anti-capitalism party line, with only a few caveats to deviate yourself
from the standard leftilist. I'm not the only one who has noted your
repeated preference for left wing dogma. If you renounce those stands,
then I apologize. Otherwise, none is warranted.

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