At 05:33 a.m. 7/01/2004 +0000, you wrote:
> "On a page in history the seeds were sown for the
beginning of the
>end of the American empire." Came across this quote
in the new issue
>and my mouth dropped open. I didn't realize Osama was
>interviewed for The Wire. Oops, it was David Sylvian.
>congratulations on uttering the stupidest words of
the issue David!
"You don't have to be a terrorist to want or predict
the end of US
intervention outside of its own borders
(which is how i read Sylvian's words but I haven't
seen them in the
they were printed)."
In the same piece Sylvian goes on to espouse the idea
of "World Citizenship", a project that would surely
have those underwriting the neo-con project rubbing
their hands with delight. Apparently the idea came up
during a rap at Ryuichi's pad - 'internationalism'
comes more easily to this lot in their various
file-swapping territories, I suppose. (and no, I don't
wish to see loads more ordinary Americans hit by Osama
Thanks to all concerned for the Organum views pre-Xmas
- my overenthusiastic careless net-use has resulted in
me having two copies of 'Birds Wings Were Glued To
Their Sides...' So if anyone's interested and you've
got anything to trade, try me.
In the course of the above someone mentioned the
Romanian composer Dumitriescu as somehow related -
anyone willing to enlarge or recommend?
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