|FROM ||Rick Moen
|SUBJECT ||Re: [Hangout-NYLXS] I'm sure it's a coincidence, part n+1
|Quoting Ruben Safir (ruben-at-mrbrklyn.com):
[all sorts of stuff about blacks in/around Brooklyn:]
> I don't live in a lilly white community like yours, in a racially
> segregated community such as what exists in the Bay Area.
That would be an amazingly inaccurate statement about San Francisco,
Oakland, and Berkeley in particular.
> Your communty bars ghetto blacks from entry into silicon valley.
'Community'. And this no doubt reflects some creative sense of the verb
But enough with the tu-quoque red herrings. And I'll ignore the stupid
> Your accusation against myself and the former Mayor is laughable.
You know what's laughable? Your assertion that Guiliani brought law and
order to NYC by instituting a notorious regime of lawlessness directly
from NYPD HQ and City Hall. One does not bring about orderly civil
society by the police stripping residents of their legal rights, or by
the mayor going on revenge campaigns against reporters who write the
truth about that (or by the mayor inciting a police riot).
The fact that you excuse that lawlessness by saying it was required to
curb the misbehaviour of what you portray as an evil subpopulation of
your city, who just happen to be black, shows the moral and legal
bankruptcy of your position, and your calling that 'acting humanely and
with compassion' shows that you're delusional about it.
> See that is the difference between me and you. I am actually not a
Sure, maybe you just talk like one. But what you most assuredly _are_,
is an apologist for lawless behaviour from people in power. Which more
than adequately explains why you love TrumpenfÃ¼hrer.
TrumpenfÃ¼hreris _also_ in love with projection, I notice.
> Guilliani was a hero.
He was a vindictive little thug with a thin skin who abused his office.
When left office, he became a corrupt lawyer taking money from various
unsavory types including outright terrorist groups that are officially
liested as such by the US government. _This_ you call a hero? I don't
think the word means what you think it means.
Cheers, If you're going to play the game properly,
Rick Moen you'd better know every rule.
rick-at-linuxmafia.com -- Rep. Barbara Jordan (D-Texas)
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