From email@example.com Sun Jul 2 05:29:21 PDT 1995 Article: 22996 of alt.revisionism Newsgroups: alt.revisionism Path: news.port.island.net!news.island.net!news.bc.net!info.ucla.edu!nntp.club.cc.cmu.edu!godot.cc.duq.edu!news.duke.edu!news-feed-1.peachnet.edu!gatech!news.sprintlink.net!cs.utexas.edu!utnut!nott!cunews!arena!sdumas From: firstname.lastname@example.org (Steve Dumas) Subject: Re: Les Griswold: Raven's Myopia
? (Attempt 6) X-Nntp-Posting-Host: arena.carleton.ca Message-ID: Sender: email@example.com (News Administrator) Organization: Carleton University X-Newsreader: TIN [version 1.2 PL2] References: <firstname.lastname@example.org> <email@example.com> <firstname.lastname@example.org> Date: Thu, 29 Jun 1995 17:25:38 GMT Lines: 40 Ken McVay OBC (email@example.com) wrote: > In article <firstname.lastname@example.org>, > Kristof Avramsson wrote: > >email@example.com (Ken McVay OBC) wrote: > >>[Followups to alt.revisionism] > >>I have been pondering the strange "debating techniques" employed by > >>Canada's own Mr. Griswold for some time, and thought it might be > >>instructive to re-examine his comments. It is my hope that they might > >>shed some small light on the chappie's viewpoints, particularly as > >>regards racism and Canada's First Nations. > >Let's not forget one of Canada's most historically racist institutions: > >the Ministry of Indian and Northern Affairs. > >When the South African government was developing it's segragation > >policies it based much of the framework on Canada's treatment > >of its native populations (through the various incarnations of > >this Federal Ministry). > You're quite correct. Sadly, little has changed through the years. Mr. McVay, please take a close look at my signature. :) In particular, pay very close attention to the last part of the last sentence. ---------------------------------------------------------------------- Steve Dumas Carleton University Email address: firstname.lastname@example.org "Perhaps the first law of racism it that racism begets racism. Paradoxically, so does antiracism, which focuses so much attention on race and implants it so deeply in the public consiousness that the net amound of racism is greatly increased. Antiracism, moreover, permits many people to practice racism vicariously by adopting the cause of every race but their own."
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