Re: What Are the Race Deniers Denying?
Bob Whitaker (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Thu, 21 Nov 1996 20:21:43 -0500
Fragano Ledgister wrote:
> Bob Whitaker (email@example.com) wrote:
> : Richard P. Hanson wrote:
> : >
> : > Can someone please jog that record player, that Bob Whitaker record
> : > keeps getting stuck.
> : >
> : > --
> : > Rich Hanson, Software Engineer, +44 (0)1634 844400 x4937
> : > firstname.lastname@example.org
> : > GEC Marconi Avionics Limited, Rochester, Kent, ENGLAND
> : > Speaking for myself, of course!
> : You are speaking fro the land where "the truth is no excuse" not
> : to go to prison for speach banned under your Hate Laws.
> Might we have some citations of the relevant laws (complete with
> regnal years) and of cases brought under them so that the essential
> veracity of your statement can be judged by all.
> : As I tell you clones, one at a time, my repetition comes directly from
> : the fact that you only make two or three points, but Mommy Professor
> : told you that if you put them in different words, they are different
> : points. I have to use the same exact arguments on all your weaving
> : around to make your three or points sound new.
> And not from the fact that you really have no arguments to defend
> your prejudices?
> : The force of your argument is in ruining people for violating Political
> : Correctness and in your Hate Laws, so your arguments remain hopeless
> : repetitions of crap that wouldn't last five minutes iif you didn't have
> : abosolute unquestioned control over academia(can you imagine any leftist
> : viewpoint, no matter how kooky, that couldn't get plenty of backing from
> : tax-paid lefty academics?). I just repeat in the same words. rather
> : than pretending, as a "respectable" rightist would, that you are saying
> : something new.
> In one word: huh?
> : Don't worry, I'll keep repeating this to each of you clones until you
> : hear me.
> We hear you, Bobby baby, we just can't bring ourselves to believe
> that your brains were replaced by rocks. But you're doing a
> wonderful job persuading all of us.
> Dawn over the dark sea brings on the sun;
> She leans across the hilltop: see, the light!