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The Mark of Cain

In article <>, Joel Rosenberg wrote:

[Responding to article <4r2jt3$>, from "Ronald C. Schoedel" ]

There's an amazing coincidence to report.

Ron Schoedel finds himself alone and jobless, desperately seeking some sort of work, and with good reason to believe that knowledge of his bigoted activities on the part of the lunatic "Christian Identity" cult (see his web site at might, in some ways, make him a less than totally desirable employee.

It's at that time that he issues a vague and general public apology -- notice, not a specific one -- and while still, for example, posting that hoary forgery, The Protocols, on his web site.

There's been no change of heart here, and nobody's fooled, Ron. It's just more convenient for you, now, to play the reformed bigot, the ex-white-supremacist.

But as you whine off into the sunset, muttering insincere buttery platitudes, you, like Mortie Kleim, have -- with your own words, by your own efforts, over months and years -- branded yourself as the bigot you are, leaving the mark of Cain, self-administered, on your own forehead.


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