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Old March 23rd 08, 02:17 AM posted to rec.bicycles.racing
Tom Kunich
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Here's a quote:

"Fascism is a government structure. The most notable characteristic of a
fascist country is the separation and persecution or denial of equality to a
specific segment of the population based upon superficial qualities or
belief systems."

Apparently those who claim to be "Liberals" want to use fascistic
methodology and pretend that it is somehow correct.

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Old March 23rd 08, 03:20 AM posted to rec.bicycles.racing
ronaldo_jeremiah
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On Mar 22, 8:17*pm, "Tom Kunich" [email protected] com wrote:
Here's a quote:

"Fascism is a government structure. The most notable characteristic of a
fascist country is the separation and persecution or denial of equality to a
specific segment of the population based upon superficial qualities or
belief systems."

Apparently those who claim to be "Liberals" want to use fascistic
methodology and pretend that it is somehow correct.


It's customary, when giving a quote, to indicate the source of the
quote.

http://www.couplescompany.com/Featur...Structure3.htm

www.couplescompany.com ?

Laura Dawn Lewis?!

-rj
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Old March 23rd 08, 03:24 AM posted to rec.bicycles.racing
ronaldo_jeremiah
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On Mar 22, 9:20*pm, ronaldo_jeremiah
wrote:
On Mar 22, 8:17*pm, "Tom Kunich" [email protected] com wrote:

Here's a quote:


"Fascism is a government structure. The most notable characteristic of a
fascist country is the separation and persecution or denial of equality to a
specific segment of the population based upon superficial qualities or
belief systems."


Apparently those who claim to be "Liberals" want to use fascistic
methodology and pretend that it is somehow correct.


It's customary, when giving a quote, to indicate the source of the
quote.

http://www.couplescompany.com/Featur...Structure3.htm

www.couplescompany.com?

Laura Dawn Lewis?!

-rj




TK -

Do you get a lot of your rules for living at couplescompany.com?

http://www.couplescompany.com/Advice...lity/index.htm

The collection of e-books at the bottom of the page looks especially
promising.

-rj
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Old March 23rd 08, 03:32 AM posted to rec.bicycles.racing
Howard Kveck
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In article , "Tom Kunich" [email protected] com
wrote:

Here's a quote:

"Fascism is a government structure. The most notable characteristic of a
fascist country is the separation and persecution or denial of equality to a
specific segment of the population based upon superficial qualities or
belief systems."


From "Picking Up the Pieces: Practical Guide for Surviving Economic Crashes"*by
Sorcha Faal and David Booth

___________________________
"Note:. There is no such person as ³Sorcha Faal, Russian academic² ³Sorcha Faal²
is actually David Booth, an American computer programmer ³Sorcha² is alleged to be a
Russian academic but there is absolutely no record of anyone with such a name in
Russian academia. These* periodic eruptions have absolutely no basis in any kind of
fact or reality and are typical of the nonsense bespangling the internet."
___________________________

http://www.tbrnews.org/Archives/a1874.htm

That's good - you chose a source that's completely worthless. As usual. Oh well, I
suppose you cold have chosen Jonah Goldberg. Oh, sorry, that'd have the same result.

Apparently those who claim to be "Liberals" want to use fascistic
methodology and pretend that it is somehow correct.


What segment of society are the "Liberals" separating and persecuting or denying
equality?

This sounds like yet another case of Tom Kunich argument by assertion.

--
tanx,
Howard

Whatever happened to
Leon Trotsky?
He got an icepick
That made his ears burn.

remove YOUR SHOES to reply, ok?
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Old March 23rd 08, 03:36 AM posted to rec.bicycles.racing
Howard Kveck
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In article ,
ronaldo_jeremiah wrote:

On Mar 22, 9:20*pm, ronaldo_jeremiah
wrote:
On Mar 22, 8:17*pm, "Tom Kunich" [email protected] com wrote:

Here's a quote:


"Fascism is a government structure. The most notable characteristic of a
fascist country is the separation and persecution or denial of equality
to a
specific segment of the population based upon superficial qualities or
belief systems."


Apparently those who claim to be "Liberals" want to use fascistic
methodology and pretend that it is somehow correct.


It's customary, when giving a quote, to indicate the source of the
quote.

http://www.couplescompany.com/Featur...Structure3.htm

www.couplescompany.com?

Laura Dawn Lewis?!

-rj




TK -

Do you get a lot of your rules for living at couplescompany.com?

http://www.couplescompany.com/Advice...lity/index.htm

The collection of e-books at the bottom of the page looks especially
promising.


"Only On The Rag Four Times A Year" seems appropriate.

--
tanx,
Howard

Whatever happened to
Leon Trotsky?
He got an icepick
That made his ears burn.

remove YOUR SHOES to reply, ok?
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Old March 23rd 08, 03:37 AM posted to rec.bicycles.racing
Fred Fredburger[_3_]
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Tom Kunich wrote:
Here's a quote:

"Fascism is a government structure. The most notable characteristic of a
fascist country is the separation and persecution or denial of equality
to a specific segment of the population based upon superficial qualities
or belief systems."

Apparently those who claim to be "Liberals" want to use fascistic
methodology and pretend that it is somehow correct.


What are you talking about?
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Old March 23rd 08, 03:39 AM posted to rec.bicycles.racing
ronaldo_jeremiah
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On Mar 22, 9:32*pm, Howard Kveck wrote:


* *From "Picking Up the Pieces: Practical Guide for Surviving Economic Crashes"*by
Sorcha Faal and David Booth


Huh?!

I mean, either way this is delicious, but I traced the quote to that
flaky website I listed. Do you mean to say that badly-written chunk
is also in this book, verbatim?

I just checked. Apparently, it is.

Sweet, we just uncovered some plagiarism.

Still, I like couplescompany.com even better as a stupid-ass source.

-rj
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Old March 23rd 08, 03:44 AM posted to rec.bicycles.racing
ronaldo_jeremiah
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On Mar 22, 9:37*pm, Fred Fredburger
wrote:
Tom Kunich wrote:
Here's a quote:


"Fascism is a government structure. The most notable characteristic of a
fascist country is the separation and persecution or denial of equality
to a specific segment of the population based upon superficial qualities
or belief systems."


Apparently those who claim to be "Liberals" want to use fascistic
methodology and pretend that it is somehow correct.


What are you talking about?


FASCISM, Fred. He's talking about Fascism.

It seems that lame-o book actually quoted that lame-o essay from that
****ed-up family values self-help site. So, no plagiarism, just
pathetic scholarship.

Fred, here's a clearer description of fascism:

http://www.secularhumanism.org/libra...britt_23_2.htm

-rj
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Old March 23rd 08, 06:32 AM posted to rec.bicycles.racing
RonSonic
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On Sat, 22 Mar 2008 18:17:00 -0700, "Tom Kunich" [email protected] com wrote:

Here's a quote:

"Fascism is a government structure. The most notable characteristic of a
fascist country is the separation and persecution or denial of equality to a
specific segment of the population based upon superficial qualities or
belief systems."

Apparently those who claim to be "Liberals" want to use fascistic
methodology and pretend that it is somehow correct.


Orwell was right, "nazi" and "fascist" have become synonyms for stuff we want
people to hate. There are real definitions for these words and they're
occasionally used correctly, but for the most part there's no need to bother
with them.

And, uh, your definition is wrong.

True there are plenty of fascists on the left (we may see them in action in
Denver) but that isn't why or how they got that way.

Ron
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Old March 23rd 08, 06:52 AM posted to rec.bicycles.racing
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On Mar 22, 7:44*pm, ronaldo_jeremiah
wrote:
On Mar 22, 9:37*pm, Fred Fredburger
wrote:
Tom Kunich wrote:
Here's a quote:


"Fascism is a government structure. The most notable characteristic of a
fascist country is the separation and persecution or denial of equality
to a specific segment of the population based upon superficial qualities
or belief systems."


Apparently those who claim to be "Liberals" want to use fascistic
methodology and pretend that it is somehow correct.


What are you talking about?


FASCISM, Fred. *He's talking about Fascism.

It seems that lame-o book actually quoted that lame-o essay from that
****ed-up family values self-help site. *So, no plagiarism, just
pathetic scholarship.

Fred, here's a clearer description of fascism:

http://www.secularhumanism.org/libra...britt_23_2.htm


Bull****. Fascism, from the word "fascia," is a system
of government in which the population are governed by
an authoritarian structure led by roofers.
An earlier version of this system was known as
"Soffitism" but the roofers decided that sounded stupid,
so they changed the name. (However, the word survives
in the official governmental philosophy, "sophistry.")

Anyone who has tried to find a good roofer on less
than six months notice realizes that we live in a Fascist
state.

Some people say that Fascism is Evil. These misguided
people are suffering from a confusion that dates back to
when Noam Chomsky misheard a Fascist talking about
"eaves." Too embarrassing for a linguist to admit the
error, which is why we still have these unfortunate deluded
people. Nothing that six months at hard labor regrouting
the Capitol Dome couldn't cure.

Sincerely,
Ben
RBR Professor of Comparative Politics

 




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