RE: Why memeoids?

From: Keith Henson (
Date: Sat Jan 19 2002 - 21:24:58 GMT

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    At 12:47 PM 19/01/02 -0500, "Scott Chase" <>

    >>From: Keith Henson <>
    >>Subject: RE: Why memeoids?
    >>Date: Sat, 19 Jan 2002 04:35:15 -0500
    >>At 01:35 AM 19/01/02 -0500, "Scott Chase" <>
    >> wrote:


    >One of the discomforting aspects of Turkey, from what little I know, is
    >the military's intervention into gov't affairs. There may be a slight
    >parallel here with the present situation in Pakistan, where our buddy
    >Musharraf became leader via military coup. Aren't things supposed to come
    >to a head this year (2002) as far as Musharraf's position is concerned?

    I don't know if this is all bad from the standpoint of fewer fanatic
    radicals in power. The military is progressive in the sense that they
    understand the value of secular technology.

    Keith Henson

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