Re: Selfish meme?

From: Jeremy Bradley (
Date: Mon Feb 04 2002 - 06:43:02 GMT

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    At 01:03 AM 4/02/02 EST, you wrote:
    >Hi Jeremy.
    >Perhaps the most dangerous thing done by current US political leadership is
    >so dangerous that that it cannot be publicly discussed without worsening the
    >danger. However, if the worst dangers to humanity are averted, then in my
    >opinion the rejection of the Kyoto treaty may well be seen as grossly
    >and myopic by future generations suffering environnmental disasters.
    >I may have chewed off more than I can bite by taking on the subject of how
    >beliefs spread, and will therefore not go on at lenght expressing my
    >about policy and politics.
    >--Aaron Lynch

    Thankyou Aaron
    Maybe discussions on USanian policies are counterproductive at this time
    and I will also attempt to desist. However, I must continue to enquire into
    why Western 'civilisation' can tolerate behaviours which are environmentaly

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