After careful consideration, Marc A. Schindler wrote:
>UN peacekeeping forces are never in a country unless they've been invited in.

Invited in by whom?  These nations aren't democracies.  So the people 
surely did not invite them.  And in many if not most cases the 
dictatorships involved are one that we ourselves have set up in power. 
Therefore, all we have to do is tell the friendly dictator, "Invite us in, 
or we will call in your loans."  This invitation you speak of is a charade, 
a sham.


John W. Redelfs                       [EMAIL PROTECTED]
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"In regard to the recording of history, the thing that is
most important is accuracy. If history is not accurate, it is
harmful. It has been said that history is what historians
declare it shall be, and many historians write with that
thought in mind." (Joseph Fielding Smith Jr., Doctrines
of Salvation, Vol.2, p.198)
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All my opinions are tentative pending further data. --JWR

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