From: email@example.com (Urban Domeij)
Subject: Re: Cuba Travel Advisory from the Wall Street Journal
Date: 20 Aug 2002 21:57:52 -0700
NNTP-Posting-Date: 21 Aug 2002 04:57:52 GMT
"Dan Christensen" wrote in message news: "Urban Domeij" wrote in message
> > "Dan Christensen" wrote in message
> > > "Urban Domeij" wrote in message
> > > news:firstname.lastname@example.org...
> > > > "Dan Christensen" wrote in message
> > > news:...
> > > > > You, on the other hand, cannot at times even keep your story
> > > > > straight with your fellow counterrevolutionaries!
> > > > > (See, for example, the thread "Santiago" at the SCC archives.)
> > > >
> > > > Dan Christensen has tried this scam in here for over a year now.
> > > > See above how he suggests that free people should use the same
> > > > collusion tactics as his criminal friends do in order to make
> > > > their untrue stories look more credible.
> > > >
> > > > However, he has failed to prove his claims that I or the
> > > > independent journalist should have been lying. Both tell
> > > > the same story from different angles.
> > > [snip]
> > >
> > > Both tell contradictory versions of alleged events at a funeral in
> > > Santiago de Cuba. One or both of them is lying. Judge for
> > As can be seen above, Dan Christensen suggests collusion as a means
> > to make stories look more credible. It is the tactic he uses himself
> > when facts not fit his political agenda or his damage control
> > He seems unable to realize, that collusion is out of the question
> > for sincere and honest people. What he actually suggests is that
> > he expects his opponents to use the same dishonest tactics as he
> > uses himself.
> Forget the diversions, Urban. The fact remains that your stories
> contradict one another. One or both of you is lying. Readers can judge
> for themselves.
Not at all. There is no contradiction between the two accounts,
but there is one Dan Christensen, who never was there, who claims,
that the funeral guests wanted to "politicize" the funeral, and
that they should have provoked the police.
However, Christensen has failed to explain what a political
police is doing at a funeral, and why the police, military
and paramilitary groups attacked funeral guests with sticks,
stones and truncheons. Those Christensenian villains beat up
elderly people and children. Christensen condones the actions
by political police and other hooligans, just as he would do
whatever they do.
The person who was to be buried was murdered by Christensen's
"friends" in a Cuban jail, slowly, by refusing him the medicine
he needed for his heart condition, even though medicine was
taken to the jail by his wife. Marcelo was jailed two years ago
for no reason at all, and he was held without trial till he died.
Such is Christensen's ideal state.