From: Larry Pyeatt
To: All Dec-27-93 01:16PM
Subject: Re: FEARLESS FOSDICK RIDES TO THE WACO RESCUE
Organization: Colorado State University, Computer Science Department
From: pyeatt@CS.ColoState.EDU (Larry Pyeatt)
In article , uh754@freenet.Victoria.BC.CA
(Michael van Abbema) writes:
|> In a previous article, pyeatt@CS.ColoState.EDU (Larry Pyeatt) says:
|> >There has been no evidence that those allegations are true. It is more
|> >likely that the ATF and FBI were simply spreading propaganda in order
|> >to gain support for the massacre of a "dangerous cult." A "dangerous
|> >cult" that has existed peacefully in that city for well over a decade?
|> >Yeah, right. What is crystal clear is that SOMEBODY is lying.
|> >Larry D. Pyeatt All standard disclaimers apply.
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|> And the SOMEBODY always has to be the Man, eh? Do you deny that that
|> Koresh was sick, manipulative fuck? 'Peacefully' my hairy ass. You yanks
|> are too gun-happy to understand what 'peacefully' really means.
He may have owned weapons, but he never threatened to use them. The weapons
were used in self defense. Are you claiming that the Branch Davidians had
a habit of toting guns around with them like some sort of FBI or ATF thug?
I think not. That sort of behaviour is illegal even in Texas, except for
FBI or ATF thugs. The Branch Davidians lived peacefully in Waco. That is
an easily verified fact. What evidence do you have that the BD's were not
peaceful? Did they all have criminal records? Parking tickets? Did they
not pay their bills?
Koresh was weird, yes. But there are a lot of lies floating around. He
did not say or do most of the things which have been attributed to him.
His speaches were edited to make him look much worse than he actually was.
Your perceptions are based on propaganda spread by the FBI and ATF.
We Americans understand that our government is not to be trusted. That is
why we demand the right to own weapons. Perhaps your own government is
without fault, but ours is not always correct.
BTW, yankee refers to someone from the northeastern part of the country.
It is considered offensive by most southerners. It is especially offensive
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