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Subject: Re: Cuba Travel Advisory from the Wall Street Journal
Date: Fri, 23 Aug 2002 18:36:32 GMT
NNTP-Posting-Date: Fri, 23 Aug 2002 20:36:32 MET DST
Organization: Telenet Internet
"Dan Christensen" wrote in message
> "PL" wrote
> > Now for Dan's "great defense" in message 12:
> > "My statement was very badly worded."
> Once again, PL cannot resist the urge to mislead readers with his
> selective editing. I guess, it's his only hope of scoring ANY
> propaganda points. At least--he must think--he JUST might convince
> those who can't be bothered looking things up for themselves. Better
> than going away empty handed YET AGAIN, right, Paul?
You posted this statement:
From: Dan Christensen (email@example.com)
Subject: Re: Cuba detains 7 dissidents
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Paul Lamot wrote in message <firstname.lastname@example.org>...
>> What justifies the means if not the end?
>What if the means are unjustifiable?
>Who decides? You comrade?
As individuals, we must all decide. We must also take responsibility
>You decide the cause is worthy and that the achievement of the cause
>end that justifies the means.
>(That is fascism - sorry to use this charged word - by any
It is wrong to think that a particular end justifies EVERY means. At
time, for example, it would be wrong of the Cuban government to send
squads after their opponents as happens in Mexico and Colombia.
actions of the Cuban government in detaining these so-called
quite mild in comparison and are morally justified under the
and your only "excuse" was:
"My statement was very badly worded."
you were "carried away" and spoke from the heart only to realize later what
a propaganda error you made.
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