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From: Joe Lockhart 
Subject: Re: Ken McVay - the Internet Proselyte (2nd try)
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Ken McVay OBC wrote:
> 
> In article <26NOV199508211338@bpavms.bpa.arizona.edu>,
> dmittleman@bpavms.bpa.arizona.edu (Daniel Mittleman) wrote:
> 
> > In article <1995Nov26.083613.29011@wpg.ramp.net>,
> > Joe Lockhart  writes...
> 
> >    Three consecutive sentences in one paragraph:
> 
> >>If you think it's morel to weasel around the Internet and archive peoples free
> >>expression, only later to be used against them with up and coming thought
> >>crimes trails, your [m]ore than dross McVay.
> >>I'm not ashamed of what I say or what I believe.
> >>That will be a cold day in hell McVay when I have to justify my thoughts
> >>and opinions to anyone, especially to the CJC, ADL or B'nai Brith.
> 
> >    What do you think guys: is he psychotic, or only schizophrenic?
> 
> Given the man's background and associations, it's a very tough
> call, Daniel.
> 
> Consider the, er, "sentences" you noted:
> 
>      "If you think it's morel to weasel around the Internet
>      and archive peoples free expression, ..."
> 
> I am going to give Mr. Lockhart the benefit of the doubt, and
> assume that "morel" is a typo, which leaves one with the curious
> conclusion that he believes there is something immoral about archiving
> UseNet articles.
> 
> One wonders how Mr. Lockhart must feel about libraries...
> 
> ...or, perhaps, whether or not he is simply ashamed of the
> thought that people might actually read what he rights - one
> cannot really know.
> 
>      "...expression, only later to be used against them
>      with up and coming thought crimes trails, your [m]ore
>      than dross McVay."
> 
> Could it be that Mr. Lockhart (Is he the Joseph Edward
> Lockhart Warren Kinsella mentions in his book, "Web of Hate?")
> fears that something he might write, here on the UseNet, might
> possibly run afoul of Canadian law? Or, is he simply
> distressed at the thought that his writing here will be
> preserved, for study by those curious about his political
> mind-set?
> 
> One can only marvel if that be the case, since I would think
> it strange that someone would be disturbed by the thought that
> millions of potential readers might acquaint themselves with
> the ideas he expressed here. Do you suppose he doesn't really
> believe the things he says here?
> 
> Has someone charged Mr. Lockhart because of something he has
> said here?
> 
>      "I'm not ashamed of what I say or what I believe. "
> 
> Well, that would seem to clear up that little mystery, leaving
> us to wonder why, if he isn't ashamed of his writing, just why
> it is that he doesn't want anyone reading it....
> 
>      "That will be a cold day in hell McVay when I have to
>      justify my thoughts and opinions to anyone, especially to
>      the CJC, ADL or B'nai Brith. "
> 
> I suspect it might well be a _very_ cold day in hell before
> any of those groups would ask Mr. Lockhart to justify anything
> - he's apparently flattering himself there.
> 
> Beats me.
> 
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O.B.C., yp this is what the CUR gets from his master..
Do a good job and they shower you will accolades of what a good
GOY you are.

As far as my thought go, given the track record of the thought police in
Kanada, (B'Nai Brith, CJC ect) I had better watch what I say on my
hotline. Or I will be dragged into one of their thought crimes kangaroo
courts, namely the CHRC.

"Freedom of speech in Kanada, only the politically correct need apply."

The European Christian Defence League
P.O. Box 345 Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
R3C 2H6 (204) 775-0878 (24hrs)

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