Re: Anthro-L and "degenerate French culture" & On xenophobia andChris Harris (CHRIS@DIRECTORATE.WNP.AC.NZ)
Wed, 19 Jul 1995 22:11:42 +1200
Hi Andre Costopoulos, Chritine Mathieu, etc
> Your remarks on the perversions to which "French culture" gives
I thought Canada is more evolved than the France, After all your
So what is the Canadian (whatever language) view on the imminent tests ?
The intention of the post was not to offend people with French
So isn't it time we looked at the Emperors new clothes ?
> Removing all French words from "civilized culture (whatever you
Civil: ~, polite, not rude, ~ , not naval or military etc
> is hardly going to advance the cause of peace.
Well maybe if everyone refuses to talk to them, they will think
> Please keep that sort of xenophobic drivel off Anthro-L.
It is anihilationphobic, not xenophobic, I like Xeno's
Re: On xenophobia and nuclear testing
> How can 'All French people' be counted responsible for the 'criminal
I was hoping the French people would try to remove a government
I'm talking action not blame here.
> Would Chris Harris hold himself responsible for the actions of a
No! but I do what I can to influence the process.
> Or are we to believe that there is one French man out there called
Why was he voted if he dosn't represent the people ?
> And how would the Chinese or the Koreans who don't even vote be
Well they try, And sometimes get shot for their trouble :-(
> If we were to scrap from 'civilized culture' the languages of
Ouch - Atomic fisson was discovered by a Kiwi
You probably wouldn't want to hear me try to speak French, My Maori
> If we were to take with more than a grain of salt the words of those whose
Lucky we have plenty of uncontaminated salt, We had better stockpile
The NZ & Oz govt's are responding to past crimes, But we are talking
> Please make intelligent politics - if not, what is the point of
So we can live and be happy :-)
> Does the world really need more xenophobia?
or anihilationphobic ?
Thank you for your thoughts