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From bf221@FreeNet.Carleton.CA Mon Sep 11 04:04:06 PDT 1995
Article: 2008 of alt.politics.white-power
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From: bf221@FreeNet.Carleton.CA (Rick Knight)
Subject: Re: Is Les a Putz? Cast Your Votes Here! was (Re: You know, Jeannie...)
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John Baglow (ai433@FreeNet.Carleton.CA) writes:
>  Jeanne Kowalewski (jeannek@darkwing.uoregon.edu) writes:
>  
>> Question: Is my usage of the term "putz" objectionable to anyone in this
>> newsgroup besides Les? 
>  
>  I guess I just don't understand the current craze for attaching proper names
>  to body parts. But if Les can name his right hand "Sylvie", then I suppose
>  it's OK to call Les a "putz." (Why insult a perfectly fine organ in
>  such a manner, though? Besides, as regular readers know full well, Les is an
>  asshole.)
>  
>  
>> all opinions coming
>> from Carleton.FreeNet will be fumigated before they are counted.)
>  
>  Now, be nice.

Now, John, boy, what would the ole Beanster say about you posting in
a.p.w-p.?  Never mind that it's on your "own" time, what the heck are you
doing here at ALL?
 
Les




From bf221@FreeNet.Carleton.CA Thu Sep 21 17:10:23 PDT 1995
Article: 2547 of alt.politics.nationalism.white
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From: bf221@FreeNet.Carleton.CA (Rick Knight)
Subject: ANA News -- Evidence Of Israeli Atrocities Found 
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Evidence Of Israeli Atrocities Found In Egypt

   An Egyptian expedition to the site of a mass 
execution of prisoners by Israelis during the 
1967 Middle East war has turned up evidence 
of two mass graves.

   The expedition, led by eye witnesses to the
war-crimes and organized by the Egyptian 
newspaper _al-Ahram_, found human remains in 
shallow graves at an air-base and a desert valley 
near the coastal town of el-Arish.

   One eye-witness, former sergeant Abdessalam 
Moussa, who guided the expedition to the air-
base grave site said he was present when Israeli 
soldiers massacred a large number of Egyptian 
prisoners by firing squad on June 7, 1967. 

   "I saw a line of prisoners, civilians and 
military, and they opened fire on them all at 
once. When they were dead they told us to bury 
them." he said.

   At the other site in the Midan valley Bedouin
witnesses guided the expedition to the site of
another mass-execution where Israeli troops
murdered 30 unarmed Egyptians.

   Allegations of these crimes have long been a 
strain on relations between Egypt and Israel.
This hard evidence coupled with last months'
statement by an Israeli historian that Israeli 
soldiers executed prisoners during the 1967 war
has led the Egyptian government to demand an
investigation and trial of those responsible.

   Israel has issued a statement claiming that 
it cannot try people for crimes committed more 
than twenty years ago. (?!!)

Editor's Note - Yet they are perfectly comfortable
trying persons for "crimes" committed more than
fifty years ago. 
===========

Written By
Rick Knight
ANA Editor-In-Chief






From bf221@FreeNet.Carleton.CA Thu Sep 21 17:11:35 PDT 1995
Article: 3478 of alt.politics.white-power
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From: bf221@FreeNet.Carleton.CA (Rick Knight)
Subject: ANA News -- Evidence Of Israeli Atrocities Found 
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Evidence Of Israeli Atrocities Found In Egypt

   An Egyptian expedition to the site of a mass 
execution of prisoners by Israelis during the 
1967 Middle East war has turned up evidence 
of two mass graves.

   The expedition, led by eye witnesses to the
war-crimes and organized by the Egyptian 
newspaper _al-Ahram_, found human remains in 
shallow graves at an air-base and a desert valley 
near the coastal town of el-Arish.

   One eye-witness, former sergeant Abdessalam 
Moussa, who guided the expedition to the air-
base grave site said he was present when Israeli 
soldiers massacred a large number of Egyptian 
prisoners by firing squad on June 7, 1967. 

   "I saw a line of prisoners, civilians and 
military, and they opened fire on them all at 
once. When they were dead they told us to bury 
them." he said.

   At the other site in the Midan valley Bedouin
witnesses guided the expedition to the site of
another mass-execution where Israeli troops
murdered 30 unarmed Egyptians.

   Allegations of these crimes have long been a 
strain on relations between Egypt and Israel.
This hard evidence coupled with last months'
statement by an Israeli historian that Israeli 
soldiers executed prisoners during the 1967 war
has led the Egyptian government to demand an
investigation and trial of those responsible.

   Israel has issued a statement claiming that 
it cannot try people for crimes committed more 
than twenty years ago. (?!!)

Editor's Note - Yet they are perfectly comfortable
trying persons for "crimes" committed more than
fifty years ago. 
===========

Written By
Rick Knight
ANA Editor-In-Chief







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