Re: Why memeoids?

From: Jeremy Bradley (
Date: Fri Mar 01 2002 - 05:21:48 GMT

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    At 10:46 PM 28/02/02 -0500, you wrote:
    >BTW I have read some issues of the _Washington Report on Middle East
    >Affairs_ and can find a degree of sympathy for the Palestinians. Probably
    >not enough to please you though.
    Hi Scott
    At least we are still communicating. I want to make myself clear on this
    matter. I am not pro or anti any nation or race (yep not even USAnia!!) but
    I abhor thieving, lying, selfish hypocrites whether they are individuals or
    nations. I admit to my pedantry on the meanings of words and was aware of
    the modern connotation of the term 'anti-Semitic'. I do however find it
    amusing when used, as you did, to indicate that pro-Arab is anti-Semitic.
    Tell us more about the Washington Report on Middle East Affairs. Who is the
    author, who publishes it, is it on-line. You should know that propagandists
    are active and full of self-interest in this area.

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