Re: [Sartre] Heidegger, Sartre, Bush who's the traitor to the working class
- In a message dated 1,22,2003 6:16:17 AM Central Standard Time,
> Hi, RichardSaleh. I believe that the Palestinians have been given a raw deal. However,
> I read all three of the submissions. You are quite right to link politics
> philosophy. I am in agreement with you over Bush and Sharon. The critical
> questions are how is it that millions of Americans give tacit support to
> destructive politics? How is it that Kissinger and Sharon can get away with
> war crimes? If Satre was alive today, he would engage in polemics to
> what is planned in the Middle East and support the struggle of Palestinians
> for freedom. Not to do so would be to live in bad faith.
> Best wishes
whether supporting or not supporting the Palestinian political cause in any
way defines good or bad faith...that would be so debatable now, and as for
Sartre, well, we will never know what he, a man who himself seemed to reserve
the right to change his own political mind might do.
Bush, Sharon, Kissinger, and the "millions of American who give tacit
support" if they did not, they do now have much human fodder for the cannons
Still, but respectfully pissed about 9-11, the Palestinian response to 9-11,
and the what is now becoming daily human bombs visited upon civilians.
Respectfully. Daniel /O/
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