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Re: Theos-World Problems of Humanity

Jan 13, 2003 06:30 PM
by Suzanne " <>

Aaahh... nice beat-around-the-bush answer Bart <she chuckles>.

Guess you just couldn't answer the question, uh? Hmmm... one then 
has to wonder.... who IS the real bigot here, hum?

To get my point across, let me say this Bart... when I see your name 
and words, my vision is thus, a man with a beard, wearing army 
fatigues, an ammunision belt, holding a machining gun and a label on 
his shirt that says 'Blavatsky Fundamentalist/Terrorist'. <g> Sign 
of the times, huh? Maybe... just maybe, I got this view of you 
because I only know bits and pieces of the whole gist of who you are 
and what you represent. Now, you may be thinking this is totally 
irrelevant, but ahhh, not really, my friend 'cause I want to know 
EXACTLY who that person is that is interpreting anothers persons 
words and thoughts and why I should believe them. Get the picture?

(Now I think I know why women don't post their thoughts here... they 
are totally above all this pettiness and bickering. <she chuckles>) 

Btw, for the record, I am not a HPB fundamentalist nor am I a AAB 
fundamentalist... I do believe in fairness, and the telling of the 
whole story and not just bits and pieces of the story. As the 
subject line suggests (and, is the title of the AAB book)'Problems of 
Humanity', any problem here is everyone's problem as a whole.

Most sincerely,

Most sincerely,

--- In, Bart Lidofsky <bartl@s...> wrote:
> "Suzanne " wrote:
> > Now Bart, you are grasping at staws my friend.
> > Tell me Bart... can you answer the question below?
> > As I asked Nick, a simple "yes" or "no" is all that is needed, 
but if
> > you evade the question... the truth will be plain to see.
> > 
> > > Please, forgive me for assuming you are an American, in the same
> > > book, AAB also suggests that "the American is intensely 
critical of
> > > other people, but often blind to and always resentful of
> > criticism.
> > > Yet there is as much to criticize in America as there is as 
> > is
> > > in any other nation." pg 27
> > >
> > > Do you believe this my friend?
> What I believe is that you are attempting to invoke the 
logical fallacy
> of "Changing the Subject", in particular, an argument ad hominem
> (circumstantial), and going a step further by trying to disguise it 
> an argument ad hominem (tu quoque).
> In other words, where I come from and what I believe about 
America has
> nothing to do with the truth or falsehood of my statements; it is a
> distraction designed to avoid discussion of the real issues.
> Bart Lidofsky

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