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Interesting comment in Quest Magazine

Oct 07, 2010 08:09 PM
by MKR

In the recent issue of Quest (Fall 2010) - Journal of the TSA, there is an
interesting comment in pp. 155 which reads:

âWhile there, (Rome), I did have an opportunity to meet with TS
International President Radha Burnier.
Although frail, she was amazingly strong in demeanor.
Our meeting was cordial, but she has apparently been affected by some of the
malefic accusations that have flown around the Internet against the American
Section in general and me in particularâ.

I am glad that the International President was found to be amazingly strong
in demeanor. What a contrast compared to the chorus of allegations we all
heard during the last election where she was painted by those who wanted to
defeat her, as mentally and physically sick.

The other item that caught the attention of many readers is the use of the
word âmaleficâ above. When I  looked up the meaning of the word âmalefic.â
in the free online dictionary, here are the definitions:

1. Having or exerting a malignant influence.
2. Evil; malicious.

In the past couple of years, we have seen many messages here and in many
other Internet Forums, discussions about the electioneering tactics,
allegations about voting in the Indian Section, the failed ultra secret
attempt to disenfranchise all members, and the disunity seen in the General
Council meeting following the election.

But we have not seen any malignant or evil or malicious statements about TSA
or any individual in TSA.

Has anyone seen any messages elsewhere on Internet on the above issue or
could it be a simple misunderstanding or miscommunication?


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