Who Owns United States Forests?

theo hopkins thopkins at thopkins.demon.co.uk
Sat Feb 19 12:16:34 EST 2000


In article <38AE8F99.BD81C208 at forestmeister.com>, Joseph Zorzin
<redoak at forestmeister.com> writes
>theo hopkins wrote:
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>> They were.
>> >In any case, the USA is now the biggest terrorist nation
>> >on Earth, way ahead of the competition...led by the UK of course.
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>> Umm, no, _not_ the Brits. When we went to war, we did it in uniform, and
>> were a hunky-dory fully paid up Sovereign State. That's called 'War'.
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>Oh, that's right. During a war it's OK to slaughter people. Jesus will approve.
><G> I hope so, for those who may see him someday.
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>> Washington and his terrorist bunch did not wear uniform (they had this
>> scurrilous new-fangled idea of camouflage, so I'm told, and even dressed
>> like peasants), and were not a lawful government or lawful government
>> agency. That's 'Terrorism'. <g>
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>Like a bunch of Viet Cong. <G>
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>> >KD
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>> --
>> theo hopkins

Hey, lets get back to forestry. <g>

Peter Kropotkin (1842-1924) famously said "Property is theft": This
class (Forestry Ethics with Optional Practical Logging Skills) will now
discuss his statement with reference to the US old growth in the PNW.
-- 
theo hopkins




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