"Imagine -- Unsuitable for Children"

Charles Butler hannibal at thegates.fsbusiness.co.uk
Sat Jul 3 03:36:18 EDT 2004


Minnow:

> Surely it is more about a territorial dispute between two (or three)
> opposed countries, rather than racial murder?  Unless one is going to
count
> the wars in history between the French and the English, say, as racial
> murder rather than territorial dispute, I don't think that one's a runner.
>

Hmm, but remember 'The only good Dorig is a dead Dorig'? Racial murder and
territorial disputes often go together, since one can be used to justify the
other. Not just with the North American Indians and General Sheridan,
either - think Lebensraum.

Charlie

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