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Re: Pete's willful blindness

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  • SerenaBlaue@aol.com
    Eyes wide shut, Pete sees the helpful links on the Waldorf Movement page but refuses, against all common sense, to see that they are deliberately put there
    Message 1 of 5 , Apr 4, 2005
      Eyes wide shut, Pete sees the "helpful
      links" on the Waldorf Movement page
      but refuses, against all common sense,
      to see that they are deliberately put there
      for parents. 
      Those Susquehannah trolls
      put up links exactly where
      it makes sense, exactly where
      parents have to go to find out
      more about the Waldorf Movement,
      but the school is devious and
      deceptive anyway.
      But who should these links be there for, if not for people who
      want to know more about the background of WE, RS, A, etc.?
      A parent goes to the page called the Waldorf Movement.  On the
      left are three links arranged vertically:
      --the waldorf movement (where they are at that moment)
      --frequently asked questions
      --helpful links
      The helpful links go to the sites I've mentioned. In one click,
      in "Waldorf Answers", the Myths page takes you into the PLANS
      underworld of hate and smear and defamation.
      Pete assumes, in the face of contradictory evidence:
      1) deviousness, deceptiveness on the part of Susquehannah WS
      2) a stunning lack of curiosity on the part of parents searching for
      a school
      3) an unbelievable lack of ability on the Internet by modern parents
      4) that he can say it's so and thus it is, amen.
      Don't let the facts get in the way of your agenda, Pete.
      Serena Blaue
      --- In anthroposophy_tomorrow@yahoogroups.com, "pete_karaiskos" <petekaraiskos@s...> wrote:
      > --- In anthroposophy_tomorrow@yahoogroups.com, SerenaBlaue@a... wrote:
      > > How devilishly clever: putting WE, RS, A etc. links in full view
      > > but knowing that parents just will not click on them.  Oh, how low
      > > can that Susquehanna W school sink.
      > >
      > > And oh, how stupid or lame does Peter think parents really are, that
      > > they see a link explaining W schools, RS or A and suddenly freeze
      > > and decide to close the page without looking further.
      > >
      > > And those devious Susquehannans -- they count on this as part
      > > of their deceptiveness, so even if they put the links there to help
      > > parents understand WE, A or RS, it's still just a part of their plan
      > > to deceive parents. 
      > >
      > > So helpful links going straight to sites addressing A, RS or WE
      > > are deceptive, according to Pete. 
      > >
      > > Whatever.
      > >
      > > Serena Blaue
      > >
      > I made my point.  The school's page is what the people are visiting
      > and it has whitewashed itself of Anthroposophy and only mentions
      > Steiner once.  Hey, if they are trying to be honest with their links,
      > why not link to AT, WC or OW?
      > By the way, I found this "And those devious Susquehannans" extremely
      > funny.
      > Pete
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