[Marxism] The Council for the National Interest

A.R. G amithrgupta at gmail.com
Fri Jul 31 05:36:37 MDT 2015

I thought you were being sarcastic too. Silly me for giving you the benefit
of the doubt.

> Iyad Burnat, the head of the Bi'lin Popular Committee" whose only guilt
is signing a petition in error?

How about everything else Iyad does, are all of those things in error too?
What an arrogant, patronizing crock of shit, Iyad can speak for himself and
doesn't need the Nancy Drew Anti-Fascist Detective Club to tell him what is
right for him or his village.

- Amith

On Fri, Jul 31, 2015 at 12:47 PM, Jeff via Marxism <
marxism at lists.csbs.utah.edu> wrote:

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> At 12:28 31-07-15 +0200, A.R. G via Marxism wrote:
> >
> >Jeff has done a great
> job finding a fascist conspiracy, so I'd like to
> >point out another one.
> How come the last 3 posts on the subject from Amith and Louis are sarcastic
> remarks involving straw-men? And the ones before that also avoided the
> issues by focussing on personalities who I never had directly attacked such
> as James Abourezk (a liberal politician -- so what?) and " Iyad Burnat, the
> head of the Bi'lin Popular
> Committee" whose only guilt is signing a petition in error? You can't
> counter my claims by denying claims I never made, and the point of doing so
> can only be to distract the reader and make light of an extremely serious
> issue.
> As far as what Amith did post about Bernie Sanders, sarcastically, a lot of
> it is true and is why I wouldn't support him. But please post that as a new
> thread and it can be taken seriously as a separate discussion. As far as
> this discussion related to the far right (no "conspiracy" involved, just
> the normal misuse of language), I'd like to see some actual content.
> Or if the view actually is that we should unite with antisemites in order
> to best bring down Israel in the interests of the Palestinians, then just
> SAY THAT. At least that would be a left-wing position, not a tactic I'd
> support, but at least it would be within the parameters of discussion I'd
> expect on this list. Covering up for the far-right is not.
> - Jeff
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