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  • thekoba@aztec.asu.edu
    ... Dear Eric, Mediocrity, is an adequate form of address for the kind of ambassador the Phoenix Police Department has made me :-) ... I must also give
    Message 1 of 1 , Nov 14, 2002
      >Dear Ambassador Walsh,

      Dear Eric,

      "Mediocrity," is an adequate form of address for the kind
      of "ambassador" the Phoenix Police Department has made me :-)

      >Congratulations on your award, and also on providing a
      >shining example of solidarity in spite of the "Left's"
      >inability to see oppression and exploitation when the
      >perpetrators are Jews.

      I must also give credit to Joel and Heather for being willing
      to accept my help despite our political differences and the
      extreme hostility of some other members of Copwatch towards me.

      >Yesterday I received a news update from the IHR
      >including the article that I append below on the new
      >woman Democratic Chief in the Congress, Nancy Pelosi
      >from the Cleveland Jewish News. She's great friends
      >with AIPAC and got San Francisco to erect a
      >"Holocaust" memorial -- even though San Francisco is
      >rather far from the land with which the "holocaust"
      >myth is associated. Of course, San Francisco is not
      >too far from the real venue for many of the most
      >dasdardly crimes of the holocaust -- I mean Hollywood.
      >Once again we see what a great alternative the
      >Democrats have to offer us.
      >Hans Blix said today that none of the "Inspectors" in
      >Iraq would provide any services to any secret agencies
      >-- American or otherwise. Experts point out, however,
      >that inasmuch as the "inspectors" are supposed to
      >obtain information on suspicious sites from UN member
      >states (which means from their intelligence agencies)
      >Blix's statement is clearly a lie. Nothing new there.

      It concerns me that by agreeing to these inspections
      Iraq will be making itself extremely vulnerable when
      war does come (you will note that I did not say IF).
      Unless Iraq decides to stop the inspections at some
      point, the spies (inspectors) will learn all there is
      to know about targets vital to Iraq's defense and
      infrastructure. I can only think that Iraq is stalling
      for time. I hope whatever they have waiting is worth
      the risk.

      >The Chinese Communist Party has, by a unanimous
      >decision, changed its appellation from "vanguard of
      >the Chinese working class" to "vanguard of the Chinese
      >working class and the Chinese people and the Chinese
      >nation" or something like that, to enable them to
      >admit capitalists as Party members.
      >Since they've been admitting capitalists for a very
      >long time, and indeed since many party functionaries
      >who run nominally state or cooperative enterprises
      >like fiefdoms are already in the Party and acting as
      >capitalists, this is more of a recognition of existing
      >reality than an abrupt change. Nevertheless, now we
      >can be sure that the business interests that were
      >suposed to be alien to the party can now openly use
      >their resources to dominate that body and transform it
      >into their servant. There wasn't a great deal of
      >proletarian substance left to Chinese socialism; I'm
      >afraid whatever was left will be in rapid decline from
      >now on -- unless some future leaders reverse course.
      >Based on Russian experience, however, I don't think
      >the transformation can be totally completed until the
      >Communist trappings and structure are eliminated.
      >Short of that, the bourgeois will still find much that
      >is inconvenient for them. Liberalism and maybe
      >multi-party notions will also probably rise too in
      >coming years.
      >Possibly China will be able to develop somewhat
      >independently of the USA and other imperialist powers
      >into a kind of nationalist power. On the other hand,
      >the memorandum that Uday Saddam Husayn delivered to
      >the Iraqi Parliament the other day said among other
      >thngs that China does $400 billion in business with
      >the USA and that no amount of Iraqi oil can match
      >Indeed such a relationship would exercise massive
      >influence on the country through compradors --
      >including nominal government employed "manager"
      >compradors who derive good incomes from their trade
      >with the Americans.
      >Contamination seems to be the watchword for today!

      I concur that this change in the CPC is merely an end
      to the hypocrisy of the past 24 years. Thanks for this
      report on the nature of "our" senators and congresspeople.
      So much for Democrats being any better than Republicans!



      >Jews applaud candidate for House speaker
      >By Sharon Samber
      >WASHINGTON, Nov. 12 (JTA) -- A congresswoman was in
      >the middle of her speech at an American Israel Public
      >Affairs Committee luncheon in San Francisco last
      >December when an alarm went off.
      >Fearing a possible terrorist attack, jittery attendees
      >were rushing out of the room when they suddenly heard
      >Hatikvah, Israel's national anthem.
      >It was the non-Jewish speaker, Rep. Nancy Pelosi
      >(D-Calif.), who was reciting the hopeful lyrics in
      >English. The crowd was stunned.
      >``She is connected to the Jewish community," said Sam
      >Lauter, a pro-Israel activist in San Francisco. ``It
      >comes from her soul."
      >Lauter -- who family has hosted Pelosi for years at
      >its Passover seder -- and other Jewish community
      >leaders have known for a long time that Pelosi is
      >adept at building religious and political bridges.
      >Now she is set to take over the leadership of the
      >Democratic Party in the U.S. House of Representatives.
      >Pelosi, 62, is almost assured of victory in the race
      >for House minority leader, announcing last Friday that
      >she had secured the support of 111 of the 209 House
      >The representative of California's 8th District since
      >1987, Pelosi already is the highest-ranking woman in
      >congressional history. She appears poised to make
      >history again in the leadership election, which is set
      >for Thursday.
      >Currently the House minority whip, Pelosi has been
      >active on a number of issues that resonate with the
      >Jewish community, such as education, AIDS treatment
      >and prevention, health care, housing, human rights and
      >environmental protection.
      >She has consistently supported foreign aid to Israel,
      >and she has backed a number of issues important to the
      >pro-Israel community over the years, including moving
      >the U.S. Embassy to Jerusalem.
      >But Pelosi also sponsored an amendment calling on
      >Congress to urge Israel to cancel the sale of an
      >airborne radar system to China in 2000. Israel
      >ultimately buckled to U.S. pressure and cancelled the
      >multi-billion dollar deal, badly harming its relations
      >with China.
      >Following the Democrats' disappointing results in last
      >Tuesday's national elections, Rep. Richard Gephardt
      >(D-Mo.) vacated the minority leader post he had held
      >for eight years. Gephardt is presumed to be preparing
      >to run for president in 2004.
      >Gephardt was the highest-ranking congressional
      >official to speak at a Washington solidarity rally for
      >Israel last April.
      >``We cannot stand on the sideline as the prospects for
      >peace are undermined," Gephardt said at the rally. He
      >said that the United States must work to preserve and
      >strengthen Israel's security and that the Palestinian
      >Authority must turn ``unequivocally" against
      >Pelosi, who spoke at the AIPAC policy conference last
      >April in Washington, called upon Palestinian Authority
      >President Yasser Arafat to stop using terrorism
      >against Israel.
      >``Israel has the right to provide security to its
      >people by rooting out the extreme terrorist
      >organizations," she said.
      >In May, Pelosi supported a congressional resolution
      >expressing solidarity with Israel, which passed
      >overwhelmingly in the House.
      >``Terrorism and suicide bombings must not be the price
      >that is paid for a free society," she said at the
      >Pelosi said Arafat must show that he is a partner for
      >peace, the United States and the international
      >community should provide humanitarian assistance to
      >the Palestinians, and the supposed legacy of former
      >Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin -- Israeli and
      >Palestinian states coexisting peacefully -- must be
      >Rep. Harold Ford Jr. (D-Tenn.) also is seeking the
      >Democratic leadership position, calling Pelosi too
      >liberal and portraying himself as an alternative to
      >``politics as usual." But Ford, a conservative-leaning
      >African American, is thought to have little chance of
      >A more serious challenger, Rep. Martin Frost
      >(D-Texas), dropped out of the race last Friday,
      >writing to colleagues that Pelosi clearly had the
      >votes to win. The withdrawal came just a day after
      >Frost officially announced his candidacy.
      >Had he won, Frost would have been the first Jew to
      >serve as minority leader.
      >As whip, Pelosi was responsible for the Democrats'
      >legislative strategy in the House and for keeping
      >members informed about upcoming issues and votes. She
      >also served as a senior member of the powerful House
      >Appropriations Committee and had served as the ranking
      >Democrat on the Appropriations Subcommittee on Foreign
      >The question of whether Pelosi will be too liberal a
      >voice for a party that may need to move to the center
      >to capture votes is still being debated by Washington
      >Like other left-leaning lawmakers, for example, Pelosi
      >voted against a resolution in October giving President
      >Bush the authority to use force against Iraq.
      >In any case, Pelosi's politics might not matter much,
      >as Democrats will be looking mainly to maintain their
      >unity against the Bush agenda.
      >In her home community, Pelosi has demonstrated the
      >ability to hold together both Democrats and
      >Republicans, according to Rabbi Doug Kahn, executive
      >director of the Jewish Community Relations Council of
      >San Francisco.
      >``She is held in strong regard by both sides," he
      >Pelosi is not only a ``passionate supporter'' of
      >Israel, Kahn noted, she also worked to establish San
      >Francisco's Holocaust memorial.
      >Pelosi also served on the Democratic National
      >Committee between 1976 and 1996. She and her husband
      >have five children and five grandchildren.

      Response: Sung to the tune of "Onward Christian Soldiers"

      Onward hireling army
      You have naught to fear
      Dubya and Dick Cheney
      Will lead you from the rear
      With the heavy burden
      Globalism's pie
      Fight for Yiddish conquest
      Why let Israel die?

      Onward hireling army
      Marching on to war
      Fight and die for Jewry
      As you did before

      You must die for Israel
      In infantry or tanks
      For your benefactors
      International banks
      To place again the Arabs
      Beneath the Jewish star
      Onward toward the shambles
      Goy-killers that you are

      Who has defied Jewry
      Will be at war again
      Onward toward the slaughter
      For the Hebrews' gain

      Driven toward the shambles
      Like a flock of sheep
      By lying propaganda
      And their plans quite deep
      For the Trade Center's wreckage
      You must fight and die
      That multinational corporate signs
      May still light up our sky

      From the U.N. sanctions
      Two million kids did fall
      The Jewish reign of terror
      May hold us all in thrall
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