That is fair enough. To me they are usually one and the same. An implicit
assumption on my part, I'll admit.

Steven Montgomery wrote:

> At 04:55 PM 10/21/2002, Marc wrote:
> >Stay tuned. It wasn't just communist regimes they helped to power. They helped
> >*anyone* who would protect their interests, regardless of ideology. That
> >was my
> >point when I said that ideological readings of history are
> >oversimplifications.
> . . . and ascribing these actions by rich capitalists as merely serving
> their best interests monetarily is an oversimplification. Some people,
> Gadiaton types especially, are driven by the desire to get power--as well
> as gain.
> --
> Steven Montgomery
> Those of us who take note of and criticize abuses of power by the federal
> bureaucracy are often accused of being "anti-government." This is not only
> untrue, it is the exact opposite of the truth. The John Birch Society and
> those
> who share our constitutionalist point of view are emphatically
> pro-government ­
> so much so, in fact, that we want to see as many governments as possible
> dividing power and responsibilities, and keeping each other in check. What we
> oppose is the alternative ­ the effective abolition of local, county, and
> state
> governments and their absorption into a monolithic federal state, which in
> turn
> would ultimately be subsumed into a global leviathan directed by the United
> Nations.--WNG The Review of the News Oct 13, 2002
> /////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
> ///  ZION LIST CHARTER: Please read it at  ///
> ///      ///
> /////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////

Marc A. Schindler
Spruce Grove, Alberta, Canada -- Gateway to the Boreal Parkland

“We do not think that there is an incompatibility between words and deeds; the
worst thing is to rush into action before the consequences have been properly
debated…To think of the future and wait was merely another way of saying one was a
coward; any idea of moderation was just an attempt to disguise one’s unmanly
character; ability to understand a question from all sides meant that one was
totally unfitted for action.” – Pericles about his fellow-Athenians, as quoted by
Thucydides in “The Peloponessian Wars”

Note: This communication represents the informal personal views of the author
solely; its contents do not necessarily reflect those of the author’s employer, nor
those of any organization with which the author may be associated.

///  ZION LIST CHARTER: Please read it at  ///
///      ///

This email was sent to:

Or send an email to: [EMAIL PROTECTED]

T O P I C A -- Register now to manage your mail!

Reply via email to