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From: "mebesius" 
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Subject: Re: Free Speech is a dangerous thing.
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Free speech is not speech we agree with, it is speech we hate.  If it was
anything else, or less, it would be meaningless and useless.  Only cowards
and people who can't articulate their ideas are afraid of speech they hate.
 And only Canadians would let the howls and screams of a vocal minority
take away their freedom of speech.



From mebesius@sfu.ca Mon Jan 26 13:32:16 EST 1998
Article: 110826 of can.general
From: "mebesius" 
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Subject: Re: Citizens for Foreign Aid Reform.
Date: 22 Jan 1998 23:37:40 GMT
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Rick Jones  wrote in article
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> On Tue, 20 Jan 1998 18:41:09 -0600, cj224@torfree.net wrote:
> 
> >*** The immigration flood (200,000 plus per year)
> >    has kept unemployment artificialy high adn blighted the
> >    future for young Canadians.
> 
> Explain to us all why it is that the United States, which takes in
> more immigrants every year than all the other nations in the world
> combined, has LOWER unemployment than we do, while Mexico, which loses
> people every year and has ultra-strict immigration laws, has HIGHER
> unemployment.
> 
> Evidently you never took economics.  I did.  Your beliefs are
> hilariously ignorant.  Immigrants do not increase unemployment.  If
> they did, everyone in Canada would be unemployed, since we've been
> taking in immigrants since 1867.  
> 
What about Japan?  Its unemployment rate is lower than the States' and its
immigration policies are among the most strict in the world.  And, if
global competition means we are competing with Third World workers for
scarce jobs, why is it that once they land in Canada they are no longer 
competition for these scarce jobs?  There might be a case for taking in
immigrants with money, but there is no reason for immigrants with none.  
Taking in immigrants with no money and little or no skills, and who can't
speak English, only adds another mouth to feed without increasing the
productivity of the country.  Only when immigrants add to the productivity
of the country do they add to the economic betterment of the country.  Just
stepping off the plane doesn't make you productive.    And with the
"official" unemployment rate around 10 per cent, we owe it to Canadians to
find Canadians jobs before we even think of letting in another immigrant.



From mebesius@sfu.ca Mon Jan 26 13:32:18 EST 1998
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From: "mebesius" 
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Subject: Re: Citizens for Foreign Aid Reform.
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Glen Hallick  wrote in article
<34C91DD9.7608@escape.ca>...
> Rick Jones wrote:
> > 
> > On Tue, 20 Jan 1998 18:41:09 -0600, cj224@torfree.net wrote:
> > 
> > >*** The immigration flood (200,000 plus per year)
> > >    has kept unemployment artificialy high adn blighted the
> > >    future for young Canadians.
> > 
> > Explain to us all why it is that the United States, which takes in
> > more immigrants every year than all the other nations in the world
> > combined, has LOWER unemployment than we do, while Mexico, which loses
> > people every year and has ultra-strict immigration laws, has HIGHER
> > unemployment.
> > 
> > Evidently you never took economics.  I did.  Your beliefs are
> > hilariously ignorant.  Immigrants do not increase unemployment.  If
> > they did, everyone in Canada would be unemployed, since we've been
> > taking in immigrants since 1867.
> 
> 
> The real point to make here Rick is to see past the monicker these
> people have goiven themselves. One that hides the real agenda of this
> particular special interest group.
> 
What?  You don't think Canadian citizens have a right to determine who is
allowed into the country?
 


From mebesius@sfu.ca Mon Jan 26 13:32:18 EST 1998
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From: "mebesius" 
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Subject: Re: Citizens for Foreign Aid Reform.
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Glen Hallick  wrote in article
<34CA311B.5C1B@escape.ca>...
> mebesius wrote:
> > 
> > Glen Hallick  wrote in article
> 
> snip.
> 
> > >
> > >
> > > The real point to make here Rick is to see past the monicker these
> > > people have goiven themselves. One that hides the real agenda of this
> > > particular special interest group.
> > >
> > What?  You don't think Canadian citizens have a right to determine who
is
> > allowed into the country?
> 
> 
> I think Canadians have a say in our immigration policy. I'm just worried
> that a certain group under a rather false monicker and with a rather
> hateful agenda has the only say.
> 
CFAR doesn't have "the only say"; in fact, it has no say.  How many times
do you see the Liberal elite hanging out with CFAR?  And how many times do
you find the Liberal elite in bed with pro-immigration lawyers and
appointing them to their immigration boards?



From mebesius@sfu.ca Mon Jan 26 13:32:19 EST 1998
Article: 111125 of can.general
From: "mebesius" 
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Subject: Re: Citizens for Foreign Aid Reform.
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Walter Petelka  wrote in article
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> On Wed, 21 Jan 1998 16:44:08 GMT, kpollak@nospam.ca (Karl Pollak)
> wrote:
> 
> >x-no-archive: yes
> > cj224@torfree.net wrote:
> >
> >>Immigration is an election issue.
> >
> >Goooolleee, did somebody call an election while I was in the can?
> 
> A posting in ont.general indicates the group "Citizens for Foreign Aid
> Reform" is a front for one of the completely devoid of self esteem
> groups like the Heritage Front.
> 
> It won't take much analysis to determine whether this is a fact and if
> it is true I would hope that all intelligent posters will heap as much
> ridicule and contempt on their postings and dessiminate your replies,
> with limited quoting of the original "garbage", as much as possible.
> 
> 
And the Liberal Party is a front for NAMBLA.


From mebesius@sfu.ca Mon Jan 26 13:33:34 EST 1998
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From: "mebesius" 
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Subject: Re: Free Speech is a dangerous thing.
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Free speech is not speech we agree with, it is speech we hate.  If it was
anything else, or less, it would be meaningless and useless.  Only cowards
and people who can't articulate their ideas are afraid of speech they hate.
 And only Canadians would let the howls and screams of a vocal minority
take away their freedom of speech.



From mebesius@sfu.ca Mon Jan 26 13:33:35 EST 1998
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From: "mebesius" 
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Subject: Clinton: "I tried it, but I didn't cum."
Date: 22 Jan 1998 15:10:37 GMT
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When Bill Clinton admitted that he smoked pot, but didn't like it, and
didn't inhale, everyone knew he was making a distinction without a
difference.    It didn't matter if he didn't inhale, by obfuscating the
facts he made himself look like an idiot and a liar.  Now with the
allegations of his sexual appetite for young women becoming more and more
credible, it is only a matter of time before he says "I tried it, but I
didn't cum."  



From mebesius@sfu.ca Mon Jan 26 13:33:35 EST 1998
Article: 209823 of can.politics
From: "mebesius" 
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Rick Jones  wrote in article
<34c6a28a.29251380@gollum.kingston.net>...
> On Tue, 20 Jan 1998 18:41:09 -0600, cj224@torfree.net wrote:
> 
> >*** The immigration flood (200,000 plus per year)
> >    has kept unemployment artificialy high adn blighted the
> >    future for young Canadians.
> 
> Explain to us all why it is that the United States, which takes in
> more immigrants every year than all the other nations in the world
> combined, has LOWER unemployment than we do, while Mexico, which loses
> people every year and has ultra-strict immigration laws, has HIGHER
> unemployment.
> 
> Evidently you never took economics.  I did.  Your beliefs are
> hilariously ignorant.  Immigrants do not increase unemployment.  If
> they did, everyone in Canada would be unemployed, since we've been
> taking in immigrants since 1867.  
> 
What about Japan?  Its unemployment rate is lower than the States' and its
immigration policies are among the most strict in the world.  And, if
global competition means we are competing with Third World workers for
scarce jobs, why is it that once they land in Canada they are no longer 
competition for these scarce jobs?  There might be a case for taking in
immigrants with money, but there is no reason for immigrants with none.  
Taking in immigrants with no money and little or no skills, and who can't
speak English, only adds another mouth to feed without increasing the
productivity of the country.  Only when immigrants add to the productivity
of the country do they add to the economic betterment of the country.  Just
stepping off the plane doesn't make you productive.    And with the
"official" unemployment rate around 10 per cent, we owe it to Canadians to
find Canadians jobs before we even think of letting in another immigrant.



From mebesius@sfu.ca Mon Jan 26 13:33:35 EST 1998
Article: 209834 of can.politics
From: "mebesius" 
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Subject: Re: Clinton: "I tried it, but I didn't cum."
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Ken & Laura Chaddock  wrote in article
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> mebesius wrote:
> > 
> > When Bill Clinton admitted that he smoked pot, but didn't like it, and
> > didn't inhale, everyone knew he was making a distinction without a
> > difference.    It didn't matter if he didn't inhale, by obfuscating the
> > facts he made himself look like an idiot and a liar.  Now with the
> > allegations of his sexual appetite for young women becoming more and
more
> > credible, it is only a matter of time before he says "I tried it, but I
> > didn't cum."
> 
>    All of which raises the obvious question: "What the *HELL* has 
> omeone's sexual "appetite" have to do with his ability to run the 
> country ?

Oh, I don't know, maybe it has something to do with trust.  Maybe you
should ask Mrs. Clinton  if she trusts her husband.  If she doesn't, why
the hell should the electorate?



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From: "mebesius" 
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Subject: Re: Speak English!
Date: 23 Jan 1998 15:28:02 GMT
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felixthecatsays@hotmail.com wrote in article
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> In article <01bd2628$c1063a00$13793a8e@nameserver.sfu.ca>,
>   "mebesius"  wrote:
> >
> > Can you imagine moving to a country, with the intent of living there
for
> > the rest of your life, and not speaking the official language of that
> > country?   I would like to move to Norway or Sweden, but because I
don't
> > speak either language, I won't be leaving Canada any time soon.  But
there
> > are immigrants who come to Canada who can't speak English or French,
and
> > they expect us to let them in, and to teach them the language they
should
> > have known how to speak before they were even allowed to step off the
> > plane.   And now that the federal government is thinking about
requesting
> > that immigrants speak one of the official languages, there are
immigrants
> > like Saeed Jadidi, an Iranian, who thinks he is already entitled to
tell us
> > Canadian citizens that we shouldn't make it mandatory or make
immigrants
> > like him pay for language training.   Who is this clown?  A fuckin'
> > immigrant!  What right does he have to tell us how to run our country?
> > Kick his ass out of the country.  Schools in B.C. are already having
enough
> > trouble finding money for English-as-a-Second-Language, there are
schools
> > where the majority of the students are immigrants who don't speak
English
> > at home and need ESL, and we don't need more of them.  Speak English or
get
> > the fuck out!  or stay home.
> 
> Actually. this is only the begining. All the Iranians are planning on
> moving to Canada and speaking Farsi - and then we're going to make it the
> official language there, and then all you descendants of immigrants will
> have to either go back to where you came from or speak Farsi. Thats the
> plan. I suggestyou start learning it now.
> 
I was born in Canada and English has always been an official language in
Canada.  I don't care how many Chinamen or Iranians or Sikhs move here,
English will always be one of the official languages.  And if it ever gets
to the point where it isn't, I'll leave.



From mebesius@sfu.ca Mon Jan 26 13:33:36 EST 1998
Article: 210005 of can.politics
From: "mebesius" 
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Subject: Re: Clinton: "I tried it, but I didn't cum."
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Ken & Laura Chaddock  wrote in article
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> mebesius wrote:
> >
> > >    All of which raises the obvious question: "What the *HELL* has
> > > omeone's sexual "appetite" have to do with his ability to run the
> > > country ?
> > 
> > Oh, I don't know, maybe it has something to do with trust.  Maybe you
> > should ask Mrs. Clinton  if she trusts her husband.  If she doesn't,
why
> > the hell should the electorate?
> 
>    You are making the assumption that they have a sexually exclusive 
> marriage. Given the number of times Clinton is known to have had 
> affairs, and the one or two rumors which have gone around about 
> Hillory, that assumption is, to say the least, unsupported.
>    As to the trust, one way or another she certainly has stuck by him 
> time and time again, think she *doesn't* know ? 
> 
Heh, if that is the way it is with them--that they don't mind each other
going outside the marriage for sex--then that's great.  Although, I suspect
the reason Mrs. Clinton sticks around is because she likes being  First
Lady.  If Bill was a used car salesman, I doubt she would have stayed with
him all these years.



From mebesius@sfu.ca Mon Jan 26 13:33:36 EST 1998
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From: "mebesius" 
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Subject: Don Cherry on Immigration
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Don Cherry, if you don't know, is a hockey commentator on CBC's Hockey
Night in Canada, and one of Canada's last proud rednecks.  However, he has
mellowed a bit in the last couple of years, he's been seen joking around
with Kids in the Hall's in-your-face homosexual Scott Thompson, and is a
big supporter of Canada's Women's Olympic Hockey Team (which, it is no
secret, has its share of lesbians).  Nonetheless, Don Cherry supports them
with all his heart because they are Canadian and they are hockey players. 
It is also the result of his wife's support for the team (unfortunately,
Mr. Cherry's wife, Rose, died of cancer last year.)  Yet, Don Cherry
consistently calls it as he sees it, and he is still a big supporter of
fighting in the NHL.  This week in his column which runs in the Vancouver
Province newspaper, he was commenting on how disgraced hockey man, lawyer,
and now inmate, Alan Eagleson didn't really want to watch Hockey Night in
Canada on Saturday and listen to Don's views on Mr. Eagleson's recent
conviction.  It seems, Mr. Cherry tells us, that Eagleson wasn't the only
one in the prison who didn't want to watch hockey that night.  Apparently,
because there are so many recent Third World immigrants and refugees in
that prison, the inmates don't watch Hockey Night in Canada on Saturday
nights, they have different viewing habits, and don't pay attention to
Canadian tradition.  So Mr. Cherry concludes  that  Canada's immigration
policies are turning us into "the garbage can of the world."  And Don is
right.  And although Don has a weird way of making this point, and although
I don't care if they do or don't watch hockey, I think we would all rather
they weren't in prison to begin with.   Of course, not all immigrants are
criminals, but perhaps we could pick them better, or, as Don might say, do
a better job of drafting them. 



From mebesius@sfu.ca Mon Jan 26 13:33:36 EST 1998
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From: "mebesius" 
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Subject: Re: Citizens for Foreign Aid Reform.
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Glen Hallick  wrote in article
<34C91DD9.7608@escape.ca>...
> Rick Jones wrote:
> > 
> > On Tue, 20 Jan 1998 18:41:09 -0600, cj224@torfree.net wrote:
> > 
> > >*** The immigration flood (200,000 plus per year)
> > >    has kept unemployment artificialy high adn blighted the
> > >    future for young Canadians.
> > 
> > Explain to us all why it is that the United States, which takes in
> > more immigrants every year than all the other nations in the world
> > combined, has LOWER unemployment than we do, while Mexico, which loses
> > people every year and has ultra-strict immigration laws, has HIGHER
> > unemployment.
> > 
> > Evidently you never took economics.  I did.  Your beliefs are
> > hilariously ignorant.  Immigrants do not increase unemployment.  If
> > they did, everyone in Canada would be unemployed, since we've been
> > taking in immigrants since 1867.
> 
> 
> The real point to make here Rick is to see past the monicker these
> people have goiven themselves. One that hides the real agenda of this
> particular special interest group.
> 
What?  You don't think Canadian citizens have a right to determine who is
allowed into the country?
 


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Sue Dunlop  wrote in article
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> 
> mebesius wrote in message
<01bd2628$c1063a00$13793a8e@nameserver.sfu.ca>...
> >Can you imagine moving to a country, with the intent of living there for
> >the rest of your life, and not speaking the official language of that
> >country?   I would like to move to Norway or Sweden, but because I don't
> >speak either language, I won't be leaving Canada any time soon.
> 
> I guess you've never been to Europe or Asia where there are colonies of
> young people, artists and families from North America living and soaking
up
> all that culture.  Many of them do not speak the language of those
countries
> when they arrive or even after they've been there for a while.
> It's so easy to rail and scream against anyone who is different and use
> money as the reason.  How about the greater good of humanity as a reason
to
> have people move more freely between countries?
> 
I've been to Germany, Austria, Switzerland, and Italy, as a tourist, and
although most people I met  could speak English, I tried to speak their
language.  Believe me, if I was planning on living there, I would make sure
I knew the language before leaving my native country.



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Subject: Bill Clinton needs to come clean.
Date: 24 Jan 1998 01:17:10 GMT
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Yes, Bill is human, and we all fall.  And let him who is without sin cast
the first stone.  But the problem with Bill is that he never admits to his
failures, and only obfuscates the facts and offers lame excuses.  I think
more people would have respect for him if he just came clean.



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Walter Petelka  wrote in article
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> On 21 Jan 1998 05:01:10 GMT, "mebesius"  wrote:
> 
> >Can you imagine moving to a country, with the intent of living there for
> >the rest of your life, and not speaking the official language of that
> >country?   I would like to move to Norway or Sweden, but because I don't
> >speak either language, I won't be leaving Canada any time soon.  But
there
> 
> Based on your following comments they wouldn't want you no matter how
> many languages you spoke. Norway & Sweden's gain; Canada's lose.
> 
> >are immigrants who come to Canada who can't speak English or French, and
> >they expect us to let them in, and to teach them the language they
should
> >have known how to speak before they were even allowed to step off the
> >plane.   And now that the federal government is thinking about
requesting
> >that immigrants speak one of the official languages, there are
immigrants
> >like Saeed Jadidi, an Iranian, who thinks he is already entitled to tell
us
> >Canadian citizens that we shouldn't make it mandatory or make immigrants
> >like him pay for language training.   Who is this clown?  A fuckin'
> >immigrant!  What right does he have to tell us how to run our country? 
> 
> And you are a pompous bigoted, racist asshole, and I don't even know
> you, which is my good fortune.

a 6'2" 225 lb asshole who would knock your fucking head off.  So it is a
good thing you are on the other side of the country.

> My father came to this country without knowing a word of english, did
> all the joe jobs that your native born canadians and white anglo
> saxons found beneath them and my father made more of a contribution to
> Canada than you ever will. 
> 
> Even though after 50 years he still had an "accent."
> 

My dad came from Germany, yet he spoke English when he first came, although
he still has an accent. 

> >Kick his ass out of the country.  Schools in B.C. are already having
enough
> >trouble finding money for English-as-a-Second-Language, there are
schools
> >where the majority of the students are immigrants who don't speak
English
> >at home and need ESL, and we don't need more of them.  Speak English or
get
> >the fuck out!  or stay home.
> 
> Thank God you are not an example of the "average" Canadian....if you
> were they would be safer in their home country no matter how
> oppressive the regime was or how economically deprived they were.
> 
> 
> Walter Petelka,Toronto, Ont.

No, I think I am the average Canadian who is sick of this country's
open-door immigration policies.  It's a joke and so are you.



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John Baglow  wrote in article
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> 
> Walter Petelka (wpetelka@idirect.com) writes:
> > On 21 Jan 1998 05:01:10 GMT, "mebesius"  wrote:
> > 
> >>Can you imagine moving to a country, with the intent of living there
for
> >>the rest of your life, and not speaking the official language of that
> >>country?   I would like to move to Norway or Sweden, but because I
don't
> >>speak either language, I won't be leaving Canada any time soon.  But
there
> > 
> > Based on your following comments they wouldn't want you no matter how
> > many languages you spoke. Norway & Sweden's gain; Canada's lose.
> > 
> >>are immigrants who come to Canada who can't speak English or French,
and
> >>they expect us to let them in, and to teach them the language they
should
> >>have known how to speak before they were even allowed to step off the
> >>plane.   And now that the federal government is thinking about
requesting
> >>that immigrants speak one of the official languages, there are
immigrants
> >>like Saeed Jadidi, an Iranian, who thinks he is already entitled to
tell us
> >>Canadian citizens that we shouldn't make it mandatory or make
immigrants
> >>like him pay for language training.   Who is this clown?  A fuckin'
> >>immigrant!  What right does he have to tell us how to run our country? 
> > 
> > And you are a pompous bigoted, racist asshole, and I don't even know
> > you, which is my good fortune.
> > 
> > My father came to this country without knowing a word of english, did
> > all the joe jobs that your native born canadians and white anglo
> > saxons found beneath them and my father made more of a contribution to
> > Canada than you ever will. 
> > 
> > Even though after 50 years he still had an "accent."
> > 
> >>Kick his ass out of the country.  Schools in B.C. are already having
enough
> >>trouble finding money for English-as-a-Second-Language, there are
schools
> >>where the majority of the students are immigrants who don't speak
English
> >>at home and need ESL, and we don't need more of them.  Speak English or
get
> >>the fuck out!  or stay home.
> > 
> > Thank God you are not an example of the "average" Canadian....if you
> > were they would be safer in their home country no matter how
> > oppressive the regime was or how economically deprived they were.
> > 
> > 
> > Walter Petelka,Toronto, Ont.
> 
> 
> I never thought I'd see the day that I would agree with Walter Petelka on
> anything, but--good on you, mate! Our friend sounds like that possibly
> apochryphal American senator who said, "English was good enough for Jesus
> Christ, and it's good enough for the rest of us!"
> 
> Incidentally, why has no one mentioned that CFAR, the originator of this
> wretched thread, has links with the neo-nazi Heritage Front?

CFAR didn't spawn this thread, I did.


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Glen Hallick  wrote in article
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> mebesius wrote:
> > 
> > Glen Hallick  wrote in article
> 
> snip.
> 
> > >
> > >
> > > The real point to make here Rick is to see past the monicker these
> > > people have goiven themselves. One that hides the real agenda of this
> > > particular special interest group.
> > >
> > What?  You don't think Canadian citizens have a right to determine who
is
> > allowed into the country?
> 
> 
> I think Canadians have a say in our immigration policy. I'm just worried
> that a certain group under a rather false monicker and with a rather
> hateful agenda has the only say.
> 
CFAR doesn't have "the only say"; in fact, it has no say.  How many times
do you see the Liberal elite hanging out with CFAR?  And how many times do
you find the Liberal elite in bed with pro-immigration lawyers and
appointing them to their immigration boards?



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Harry  wrote in article
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> mebesius  wrote:
> 
> 
> > one in the prison who didn't want to watch hockey that night. 
Apparently,
> > because there are so many recent Third World immigrants and refugees in
> > that prison, the inmates don't watch Hockey Night in Canada on Saturday
> > nights, they have different viewing habits, and don't pay attention to
> > Canadian tradition.  So Mr. Cherry concludes  that  Canada's
immigration
> > policies are turning us into "the garbage can of the world."  And Don
is
> 
> I think the majority of Canadians do not watch hockey at all.  Although
> I was born in this country, I have never been able to sustain interest
> in hockey to the point of being able to watch a televised game for more
> than about 10 minutes.  

Blasphemy!


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Subject: The Banks: Fewer Bloodsuckers Will Need Even More Blood.
Date: 25 Jan 1998 00:39:44 GMT
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The Royal Bank and the Bank of Montreal have decided to merge.  Great. 
Even less choice, and more concentration.  I thought the free market was
supposed to give us more choice and less concentration.  Yet, things always
seem to be downsized and consolidated, and oligopolies become monopolies.  
Bigger is better?  All this means is that there will be fewer bloodsuckers
sucking even more blood out of us.



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felixthecatsays@hotmail.com wrote in article
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> In article <01bd2812$a51b6400$15793a8e@nameserver.sfu.ca>,
>   "mebesius"  wrote:
> >
> >
> > felixthecatsays@hotmail.com wrote in article
> > <885491133.814809101@dejanews.com>...
> > > In article <01bd2628$c1063a00$13793a8e@nameserver.sfu.ca>,
> > >   "mebesius"  wrote:
> > > >
> > > > Can you imagine moving to a country, with the intent of living
there
> > for
> > > > the rest of your life, and not speaking the official language of
that
> > > > country?   I would like to move to Norway or Sweden, but because I
> > don't
> > > > speak either language, I won't be leaving Canada any time soon. 
But
> > there
> > > > are immigrants who come to Canada who can't speak English or
French,
> > and
> > > > they expect us to let them in, and to teach them the language they
> > should
> > > > have known how to speak before they were even allowed to step off
the
> > > > plane.   And now that the federal government is thinking about
> > requesting
> > > > that immigrants speak one of the official languages, there are
> > immigrants
> > > > like Saeed Jadidi, an Iranian, who thinks he is already entitled to
> > tell us
> > > > Canadian citizens that we shouldn't make it mandatory or make
> > immigrants
> > > > like him pay for language training.   Who is this clown?  A fuckin'
> > > > immigrant!  What right does he have to tell us how to run our
country?
> > > > Kick his ass out of the country.  Schools in B.C. are already
having
> > enough
> > > > trouble finding money for English-as-a-Second-Language, there are
> > schools
> > > > where the majority of the students are immigrants who don't speak
> > English
> > > > at home and need ESL, and we don't need more of them.  Speak
English or
> > get
> > > > the fuck out!  or stay home.
> > >
> > > Actually. this is only the begining. All the Iranians are planning on
> > > moving to Canada and speaking Farsi - and then we're going to make it
the
> > > official language there, and then all you descendants of immigrants
will
> > > have to either go back to where you came from or speak Farsi. Thats
the
> > > plan. I suggestyou start learning it now.
> > >
> > I was born in Canada and English has always been an official language
in
> > Canada.  I don't care how many Chinamen or Iranians or Sikhs move here,
> > English will always be one of the official languages.  And if it ever
gets
> > to the point where it isn't, I'll leave.
> 
> 
> Would it really hurt your brain to speak another langauge? Or is this
> just a pathetic cover for anti-immigrant sentiment and racism?
> 
I can speak German.  And so can my dad, who came from Germany, but he
speaks English.  As he says, if he wanted to live in a country where
everyone spoke German, he would have stayed in Germany.  



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Werner Knoll  wrote in article
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> How much English did your Father speak? I could say yes and no but I
> needed a translater first to find out what people are talking about.
> Werner Knoll

When he first stepped off the boat, he spoke enough English to get a job
and raise a family.  He certainly knew enough so that he always had a job
and has never been on welfare or UI.  How many immigrants from Europe, who
came to Canada in the '50s and '60s didn't know any English?  How many of
them weren't skilled tradespeople?  How many of them have ever been on
welfare or UI?  Compare them to today's immigrants and you would wonder
what ever happened to the rugged individualism that built this country.
> 
> mebesius wrote:
> > 
> > Walter Petelka  wrote in article
> > <34cfd7f2.135766907@n3.idirect.com>...
> > > On 21 Jan 1998 05:01:10 GMT, "mebesius"  wrote:
> > >
> > > >Can you imagine moving to a country, with the intent of living there
for
> > > >the rest of your life, and not speaking the official language of
that
> > > >country?   I would like to move to Norway or Sweden, but because I
don't
> > > >speak either language, I won't be leaving Canada any time soon.  But
> > there
> > >
> > > Based on your following comments they wouldn't want you no matter how
> > > many languages you spoke. Norway & Sweden's gain; Canada's lose.
> > >
> > > >are immigrants who come to Canada who can't speak English or French,
and
> > > >they expect us to let them in, and to teach them the language they
> > should
> > > >have known how to speak before they were even allowed to step off
the
> > > >plane.   And now that the federal government is thinking about
> > requesting
> > > >that immigrants speak one of the official languages, there are
> > immigrants
> > > >like Saeed Jadidi, an Iranian, who thinks he is already entitled to
tell
> > us
> > > >Canadian citizens that we shouldn't make it mandatory or make
immigrants
> > > >like him pay for language training.   Who is this clown?  A fuckin'
> > > >immigrant!  What right does he have to tell us how to run our
country?
> > >
> > > And you are a pompous bigoted, racist asshole, and I don't even know
> > > you, which is my good fortune.
> > 
> > a 6'2" 225 lb asshole who would knock your fucking head off.  So it is
a
> > good thing you are on the other side of the country.
> > 
> > > My father came to this country without knowing a word of english, did
> > > all the joe jobs that your native born canadians and white anglo
> > > saxons found beneath them and my father made more of a contribution
to
> > > Canada than you ever will.
> > >
> > > Even though after 50 years he still had an "accent."
> > >
> > 
> > My dad came from Germany, yet he spoke English when he first came,
although
> > he still has an accent.
> > 
> > > >Kick his ass out of the country.  Schools in B.C. are already having
> > enough
> > > >trouble finding money for English-as-a-Second-Language, there are
> > schools
> > > >where the majority of the students are immigrants who don't speak
> > English
> > > >at home and need ESL, and we don't need more of them.  Speak English
or
> > get
> > > >the fuck out!  or stay home.
> > >
> > > Thank God you are not an example of the "average" Canadian....if you
> > > were they would be safer in their home country no matter how
> > > oppressive the regime was or how economically deprived they were.
> > >
> > >
> > > Walter Petelka,Toronto, Ont.
> > 
> > No, I think I am the average Canadian who is sick of this country's
> > open-door immigration policies.  It's a joke and so are you.
> 


From mebesius@sfu.ca Mon Jan 26 13:33:40 EST 1998
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Subject: Re: Speak English!
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John Baglow  wrote in article
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> 
> "mebesius" (mebesius@sfu.ca) writes:
> 
> >> And you are a pompous bigoted, racist asshole, and I don't even know
> >> you, which is my good fortune.
> > 
> > a 6'2" 225 lb asshole who would knock your fucking head off.  So it is
a
> > good thing you are on the other side of the country.
> 
> 
> I'm a little closer to you, nazi. Try me.
> 

Any day.  I've played hockey and kickboxed all my life, I ain't afraid of
no one.  Come to my stomping grounds and you'll get what you're looking
for.  Remember, you're looking for a 6'2" 225 lb skinhead.



From mebesius@sfu.ca Mon Jan 26 13:33:41 EST 1998
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John Baglow  wrote in article
<6ag4s5$bhr@freenet-news.carleton.ca>...
> 
> "mebesius" (mebesius@sfu.ca) writes:
> > John Baglow  wrote in article
> > <6afj8t$ki2@freenet-news.carleton.ca>...
> >> 
> >> "mebesius" (mebesius@sfu.ca) writes:
> >> 
> >> >> And you are a pompous bigoted, racist asshole, and I don't even
know
> >> >> you, which is my good fortune.
> >> > 
> >> > a 6'2" 225 lb asshole who would knock your fucking head off.  So it
is
> > a
> >> > good thing you are on the other side of the country.
> >> 
> >> 
> >> I'm a little closer to you, nazi. Try me.
> >> 
> > 
> > Any day.  I've played hockey and kickboxed all my life, I ain't afraid
of
> > no one.  Come to my stomping grounds and you'll get what you're looking
> > for.  Remember, you're looking for a 6'2" 225 lb skinhead.
> 
> Sez you. Now, if only I could get you together with Jack Zunti...I could
> sell tickets to that.
> 
> 
I don't know why you feel the need to call me a "bigoted racist" and shit,
I never said only whites should be allowed into the country.  All I said is
that they should, at least, speak one of the official languages (English if
they plan to live outside of Quebec and New Brunswick).  That isn't racist.
 A lot of non-whites can speak English. 



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Subject: Gay stalker after Spielberg.
Date: 26 Jan 1998 04:17:11 GMT
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Did you hear about the gay stalker who wanted to make Steven Spielberg his
love slave?  Apparently, this struggling actor was caught sneaking around
Spielberg's yard, in an attempt to get  Spielberg's attention.  His lover
also says he has a crush on homosexual David Geffen.  He thought he might
get a job with Spielberg if he could just tie him up with duct tape and
handcuffs.  His lover also says he was planning on converting to Judaism,
since all powerful people in Hollywood are Jewish (his words, not mine). 
Could this guy be the next Seinfeld?



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John Baglow  wrote in article
<6agd9q$efb@freenet-news.carleton.ca>...
> 
> "mebesius" (mebesius@sfu.ca) writes:
> > John Baglow  wrote in article
> > <6ag4s5$bhr@freenet-news.carleton.ca>...
> >> 
> >> "mebesius" (mebesius@sfu.ca) writes:
> >> > John Baglow  wrote in article
> >> > <6afj8t$ki2@freenet-news.carleton.ca>...
> >> >> 
> >> >> "mebesius" (mebesius@sfu.ca) writes:
> >> >> 
> >> >> >> And you are a pompous bigoted, racist asshole, and I don't even
> > know
> >> >> >> you, which is my good fortune.
> >> >> > 
> >> >> > a 6'2" 225 lb asshole who would knock your fucking head off.  So
it
> > is
> >> > a
> >> >> > good thing you are on the other side of the country.
> >> >> 
> >> >> 
> >> >> I'm a little closer to you, nazi. Try me.
> >> >> 
> >> > 
> >> > Any day.  I've played hockey and kickboxed all my life, I ain't
afraid
> > of
> >> > no one.  Come to my stomping grounds and you'll get what you're
looking
> >> > for.  Remember, you're looking for a 6'2" 225 lb skinhead.
> >> 
> >> Sez you. Now, if only I could get you together with Jack Zunti...I
could
> >> sell tickets to that.
> >> 
> >> 
> > I don't know why you feel the need to call me a "bigoted racist" and
shit,
> > I never said only whites should be allowed into the country.  All I
said is
> > that they should, at least, speak one of the official languages
(English if
> > they plan to live outside of Quebec and New Brunswick).  That isn't
racist.
> >  A lot of non-whites can speak English. 
> > 
> 
> Actually, I didn't. I got pissed off by your threatening to beat up
Walter
> Petelka. He was responding to a post of yours. Your response gave me the
> impression you were one of those Hammerskin types. If not, then maybe you
> can be a little clearer about your politics.

If Walter didn't use fighting words, I wouldn't respond the way I did.     


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Ian Rooney  wrote in article
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> 
> "mebesius" (mebesius@sfu.ca) writes:
> > Did you hear about the gay stalker who wanted to make Steven Spielberg
his
> > love slave?  Apparently, this struggling actor was caught sneaking
around
> > Spielberg's yard, in an attempt to get  Spielberg's attention.  His
lover
> > also says he has a crush on homosexual David Geffen.  He thought he
might
> > get a job with Spielberg if he could just tie him up with duct tape and
> > handcuffs.  His lover also says he was planning on converting to
Judaism,
> > since all powerful people in Hollywood are Jewish (his words, not
mine). 
> > Could this guy be the next Seinfeld?
> ------------------------------------------------------------------------
> 	Scum to stink of it,  Seinfield may be gay.
> 	A young attractive guy like him with no 
> 	girlfriend who spends more time with guys?
> 
> 	But so what if he is?  I'll have you know 
> 	that even among species of animals homo-
> 	sexuality is common-place.  In fact, the 
> 	spread of HIV among canines in the forest
> 	is more common among HETEROSEXUAL couplings
> 	than among homosexual dogs.
> 
> --
What kind of person has this kind of knowledge in their head?  And I
thought HIV had something to do with humans?



From mebesius@sfu.ca Mon Jan 26 13:33:42 EST 1998
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From: "mebesius" 
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Subject: Re: The Banks: Fewer Bloodsuckers Will Need Even More Blood.
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Hendrik  wrote in article
<1d3fqo5.1dof0jz11k7sn4N@[142.104.17.24]>...
> mebesius  wrote:
> 
> > The Royal Bank and the Bank of Montreal have decided to merge.  Great.
> > Even less choice, and more concentration.  I thought the free market
was
> > supposed to give us more choice and less concentration.
> 
> Which "free market"? A nice idea whose time hasn't come yet... So far
> this expression is just a newspeak phrase, taken from the tyrants'
> dictionary, meaning something like "free for the big guys to write the
> rules to their own benefit while stomping on the small guy"...
> 
> > Yet, things always
> > seem to be downsized and consolidated, and oligopolies become
monopolies.
> > Bigger is better?
> 
> Sure: the bigger our banks the better the bang when the system
> collapses... ever heard of the phrase "more bang for your buck"? There
> you go... ;-)
> 
> >  All this means is that there will be fewer bloodsuckers
> > sucking even more blood out of us.
> 
> Ah... what you need now is the monetary equivalent of a mosquito
> repellent... how about "voluntary frugality"? This brand has proven to
> be quite potent in repelling certain blood suckers...
> 
> See ya...
> 
> Hendrik
> 
Yes!  We need to get out of debt and stop paying these bastards for money
they create out of thin air.  



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Subject: Re: Citizens for Foreign Aid Reform.
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Walter Petelka  wrote in article
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> On Wed, 21 Jan 1998 16:44:08 GMT, kpollak@nospam.ca (Karl Pollak)
> wrote:
> 
> >x-no-archive: yes
> > cj224@torfree.net wrote:
> >
> >>Immigration is an election issue.
> >
> >Goooolleee, did somebody call an election while I was in the can?
> 
> A posting in ont.general indicates the group "Citizens for Foreign Aid
> Reform" is a front for one of the completely devoid of self esteem
> groups like the Heritage Front.
> 
> It won't take much analysis to determine whether this is a fact and if
> it is true I would hope that all intelligent posters will heap as much
> ridicule and contempt on their postings and dessiminate your replies,
> with limited quoting of the original "garbage", as much as possible.
> 
> 
And the Liberal Party is a front for NAMBLA.


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Subject: How do distract the public?  Bomb Iraq!
Date: 26 Jan 1998 15:42:06 GMT
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The three "D"s of politics are Distract, Distort, and Deceive.  Clinton
needs to get Americans thinking about something else other than his
left-leaning penis (I mean policies) and the best way to do it is bomb
someone or some country.  And since Iraq is the most evil country on the
face of the earth, you have to wonder when they will be getting it.  Reagan
had Iran and Libya, Bush had Iraq, and Clinton has yet to have his war. 
The temptation must be driving him nuts. 



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mebesius  wrote in article
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> The three "D"s of politics are Distract, Distort, and Deceive.  Clinton
> needs to get Americans thinking about something else other than his
> left-leaning penis (I mean policies) and the best way to do it is bomb
> someone or some country.  And since Iraq is the most evil country on the
> face of the earth, you have to wonder when they will be getting it. 
Reagan
> had Iran and Libya, Bush had Iraq, and Clinton has yet to have his war. 
> The temptation must be driving him nuts. 
> 
> 


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The Canadian Jewish Congress has again gone after one of its own.  This
time it is trying to stop Canadian "Nazi-hunter" Ruth Birn from being
published with Norman Finkelstein, an outspoken critic of Israel. 
"Publish...but don't publish with somebody who's loathed and despised by
the Jewish community," says Bernie Farber of the CJC.  So, is the CJC the
"Jewish community"?  And when does loathing and despising become hate? 
Just because a Jew criticizes the state of Israel and is labeled an
anti-Zionist, does that make them anti-Semitic or anti-Jewish?  Perhaps it
is because Prof. Finkelstein refers to the"Holocaust-studies industry" as
just that, used to divert attention from the repressive policies of Israel.
 Perhaps it doesn't help that Mr. Finkelstein says the Holocaust has been
"seized upon and methodically marketed because it was politically
expedient."  Of course, the CJC and Bernie Farber don't believe in freedom
of expression or thought, so it is natural for them to want to silence
views they don't like.  Only this time they are going after one of their
own.  What heroes!   What cowards.



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More Bullshit!


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Subject: Re: This race of black men...
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Bullshit!


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Al9@iname.com wrote in article <34cd59e4.28040713@newshub.ccs.yorku.ca>...
> On Sat, 24 Jan 1998 12:08:25 -0800, hduimeri@islandnet.com (Harry) wrote:
> 
> >mebesius  wrote:
> >
> >
> >> one in the prison who didn't want to watch hockey that night. 
Apparently,
> >> because there are so many recent Third World immigrants and refugees
in
> >> that prison, the inmates don't watch Hockey Night in Canada on
Saturday
> >> nights, they have different viewing habits, and don't pay attention to
> >> Canadian tradition.  So Mr. Cherry concludes  that  Canada's
immigration
> >> policies are turning us into "the garbage can of the world."  And Don
is
> >
> >I think the majority of Canadians do not watch hockey at all.  Although
> >I was born in this country, I have never been able to sustain interest
> >in hockey to the point of being able to watch a televised game for more
> >than about 10 minutes.
> 
> And the immigrants and refugees have even better reasons for NOT watching
> hockey. They came here to escape the violence in their homelands, so
obviously
> the violent game of hockey only reminds them of things back home.
> On a more serious note the immigrants kids are taking to hockey as the
younger
> generation adopts Canadian ways faster.
> 
Big difference between the controlled violence of hockey and the violence
of civil war and ethnic hatred.
I was at a party recently and I talked to a Cambodian in his early
twenties.  He came to Canada in his early teens, but has gone back and
visited since.  Sure, he says he doesn't miss the violence of "back home"
yet he has an AK47 here and back in Cambodia.  He also brags about being in
a gang here in Canada.  He has the tattoos and the scars to prove he has
lived a violent life.  Now, I don't know too many of us who could grow up
in a place like Cambodia and not have violent tendencies, but although he
likes Canada for its peace, he has no problems with disturbing that peace
with his gang activities.  At some point he and his friends are going to
have to make a choice between the Canadian way and the Cambodian way.  I
only hope his way doesn't become the Canadian way.



From mebesius@sfu.ca Wed Jan 28 23:14:08 EST 1998
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From: "mebesius" 
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Subject: "I don't care if Bill Clinton fucks Al Gore."
Date: 27 Jan 1998 14:57:03 GMT
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I was talking to a friend of mine, asking him what he thought of Monica
Lewinsky, and he said he really didn't give a shit.   He said he wasn't
American, and as far as he was concerned Clinton could do whatever he
wanted.  He said, "I don't care if he screws up that country or if he fucks
Al Gore."  I thought about it, and he's right, who gives a shit?  



From mebesius@sfu.ca Thu Jan 29 22:15:08 EST 1998
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Subject: Re: original Biblical Jews were Black
Date: 27 Jan 1998 05:16:36 GMT
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More Bullshit!


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From: "mebesius" 
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Subject: Re: This race of black men...
Date: 27 Jan 1998 05:15:49 GMT
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Bullshit!



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