[Vision2020] Lost in a World of Red and Green
Kai Eiselein, editor
editor at lataheagle.com
Thu Sep 6 15:57:59 PDT 2007
Nick decries the gulf between rich and poor in capitalist societies, yet
touts the gulf between "royal" and serf.
Frankly, Nick, I'd rather admire someone who became famous/successful by
virtue of hard work, tenacity and smarts rather than being the result of
sperm and ovum joining from a tryst in the "royal" bedroom.
To this day, in many countries, how you are percieved is not by who you are
or what you've done, but by who your father, grandfather, great-grandfather
were/did. Your chances of success are directly affected by your blood
Maybe you are comfortable in prostrating yourself to another on the basis of
"blood", as for me, I will bow to no man or woman.
----- Original Message -----
From: <nickgier at adelphia.net>
To: <vision2020 at moscow.com>
Sent: Wednesday, September 05, 2007 10:50 AM
Subject: [Vision2020] Lost in a World of Red and Green
> I will be in Denmark and Sweden until Sept. 19, so here are my radio
> commentaries on KRFP FM 92.5. I've pre-recorded the last two dealing with
> those two countries.
> I lived in Denmark for four years and this is the first time I've been
> back since 1986. I'm a little chocked up with nostalgia and one of the
> things I miss most is living under a queen.
> "Lost in a World of Red and Green: Colorblind Males as a Neglected
> "Here's to Good Royalty: A Defense of Constitutional Monarchy"
> "IKEA: The Progressive Big Box Store from Sweden"
> I will be following the Vision as best I can, depending on internet
> Nick Gier, the Palouse Pundit
> List services made available by First Step Internet,
> serving the communities of the Palouse since 1994.
> mailto:Vision2020 at moscow.com
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