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Re: Rob-1968 committee

Post by Moose » Tue Mar 09, 2010 8:06 am

Gentlemen,
Check this out from watchdog.net
"Edwin Moise
$250 to Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee on September 20, 2004
Edwin Moise, Professor Of His, Clemson University
$500 to Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee on August 21, 2006 "

Our unbiased Historian. When it looks like a duck,talks like a duck and acts like a duck it is a duck.

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Moose Hagopian

Re: Rob-1968 committee

Post by Rob » Fri Oct 30, 2009 12:26 pm

HUN41US

Well, of course it really isn't about Asia at all.
It's about the Leftist takeover of the West and
an attempted? Leftist/fascist takeover of
America. It could have just as well been Chomsky
talking about Hawaii, or the Cherokee Nation
or slavery--during the time of Nixon, or Bush,
or Roosevelt--either one... Where's Chomsky on
the murdering of Muslim women? Where's Ed on
the destruction of the Buddhists monuments in
Afgh. by the Taliban? He was so incensed by the
destruction of Monte Casino by American bombs
in WWII. I tell you--if these folks were consistent
that would be a big point in their favor. They are all
so selectively obtuse, biased, transparent that they
are almost a joke except a lot of busy working class folks
get fooled by them.

Re: Rob-1968 committee

Post by Chuck Gutzman » Wed Oct 28, 2009 4:49 pm

Hi Guys: I find it interesting that someone called Chomsky an "Asian Scholar".

Re: Rob-1968 committee

Post by Moose » Wed Oct 28, 2009 1:34 pm

The apple doesn't fall too far from the tree.

Re: Rob-1968 committee

Post by Rob » Tue Oct 27, 2009 11:02 pm

True. Ed''s father.

Rob-1968 committee

Post by Moose » Tue Oct 27, 2009 2:04 pm

Hi Rob,
I read by you this on Lind book site:
"the Committee of Concerned Asian Scholars, a group including Noam Chomsky, Edwin Moise, John Dower, and Earl C. Ravenal that was formed in 1968 "to protest against American imperialism in Asia,...."
Is this true?
Regards,
Moose Hagopian

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