----- Original Message -----
From: "Chris Jones" <[log in to unmask]>
To: <[log in to unmask]>
Sent: Monday, October 08, 2001 3:08 AM
Subject: Re: Afghanistan
> On Monday 08 October 2001 15:03, you wrote:
> > The only possible problem with this strategy, Robin, is if it happens to
> > the police themselves who are threatening one's life. I know, it's an
> > astonishing thought, but I'm told it does happen.
> > A
> Robin, you appear to have lived quite a sheltered life. The last thing I
> would do if my life was threatened in this country is call the police. As
> Alison observes, they are most likely the ones doing the threatening,
> learnt the hard way some time ago by helping out a little protest for gay
> rights by designing and printing posters. After escaping the police
> and re-surfacing from the underground I went on to later work in
> Here, I got death threats and was shot at for being a publisher supporting
> Asian immigration to this country from the local fascist hoons and the
> refused to act so a few people went out and acquainted their heads with
> pavement. So now, I know what to do. Go out the back and dig up my trusty
> Chinese automatic assault rifle I got buried in my garden and start
> back. I may be opposed to the war in Afghanistan but the armed
> overthrow of my own government--
> NO WORRIES MATE!
> Chris Jones.
That isn't true in New York. Here, if you had the misfortune of getting in
the way of the glorious strike against racism on Sept 11, the police would
have risked their lives -- and many of them sacrificed their lives -- to
save you, even if their imperialist hegemony was threatened by the purity of
Tad Richards "Well said, old mole."
The Old Mole Wm. Shakespeare, Hamlet
of the MoleNet Act I, Scene 5