[R-G] no more candles please
mstainsby at tao.ca
Tue Oct 2 13:18:35 MDT 2001
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From: "Barry Stoller" <bstoller at utopia2000.org>
> And thus the problem with living behind enemy lines. We cannot --
> practically -- work for revolution in our nations, we are far too
> privileged for revolution; we must tend to the far more frustrating task
> of moving our labor aristocracies as far to the left as possible in the
> hopes that that, alone, will give the revolutions in the 3rd World the
> breathing room they require. To ... defeat us.
We are not (or at least cannot accept, but live in denial if need be) unable to
produce revolution. This *must* remain the goal. The question, as I see it, is
how do we take the spin of the Afghanis' thesis that many of agree does have
holes: how do we err on the right side of the "with us or against us" divide
We have a situation where I have never seen this many radicals this confused for
this long. I agree with Stan that the FBI is not to be trusted- but I am about
to spend the afternoon giving an anti-war lecture to a group at the school I go
to. I simply refuse categorically to suggest the Mossad theory. The "blame"
factor among the population isn't as hard to pull off as one might think. People
do think that there must be some reason, at least here in Canada. I must be
frank- I've never seen the national divide between our two countries be clearer.
Canadians, used to thinking of themselves as deputy Americans in case of
emergency, are talking very differently than the american comrades I see online.
Are any of you telling the simple facts here? `America' is not innocent, only
the workers in the buildings were.
Our *hope* as a left can only be in the truth. The truth is, no matter who did
this, it is now mentally in the realm of the possible from the fantasy. That
will make many more attacks like this one, whether it was real or false itself,
Then what are we going to do?
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