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Kudos to NJ

Posted by: Samuel Day Fassbinder ( Citizens for Mustard Greens, USA ) on November 17, 1999 at 16:34:13:

In Reply to: What about the Civil Rights movement? posted by Nikhil Jaikumar on November 17, 1999 at 14:55:58:

: That's not ALWAYS, true, of course, but it seems true as a general principle, a good guide to action. Reagan's US lied about Nicaragua, El Salvador, Guatemala, Chile, Grenada, Cuba, the UN, Zimbabwe, South Africa, Namibia, Angola, and almsot every other issue I can think off. so when he makes a randoom statement, what am I to believe? Perhaps he is telling the truth; but on the basis of previous evidence, I think it's safer to assume he's lying. If you don't believe thatReagan lied about Southern Africa, check my posting of some montsh ago.. In the late '70s Reagan explicitlystates that the liberation movements of Southern Africa (ZANU, SWAPO, and teh ANC)had 'no popular support' and were 'terrorists who were the enemy of tehir people'. Unfortunately fro him,a s soona s freedom came to thee countries these parties were elected by overwhelming majorities. They continue to be in charge of their countries today, each of which remains a liberal democracy. Witha record like taht, is it any wonder I regard Reagan as a congenital liar?

SDF: And DrWhatever follows in his footsteps. NJ is to be endlessly commended for his monumental labor in typing debate copy against what appears to be a typical source of "right-wing" propaganda.

If Reagan was a habitual liar (I have no idea what a "congenital" liar might be), then he followed in the footsteps of Richard Nixon. See esp. Fawn M. Brodie's RICHARD NIXON: THE SHAPING OF HIS CHARACTER. Ahhh yeah, the Prez always tells the truth.

: : Give Mr. Goebbels my regards.

SDF: I'm sure that the man who said "Everything said three times is true" is a good friend of DrWhatever.

: : Dr. "Pigeon" Cruel

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