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22 Chihuahuas attack Tom Fiedler's ankles
From: David Rosenthal email@example.com
Sent: Thursday, September 21, 2006 2:48 PM
To: Fiedler, Tom
Subject: Supporting Castro Verbally
In your note to Vivian Gude, you wrote: "But I would caution you that it is not a crime in this country to disagree with US policy -- or to support the Casto dictatorship verbally, despite our personal reactions."
To support the Castro dictatorship verbally? To state an opinion or a belief, may not be illegal, but there are certainly forms of verbal support that constitute crimes.
I was under the impression that sedition and treason and espionage and conspiracy and other forms of verbally aiding the enemy were punishable by severe sentences in the United States. I am sure you have heard of these.
And whether punished or not, support of the Castro regime is a crime. The regime is a terrorist organization, at home and abroad. Milosevic was to be tried for genocide, having been accused of complicity in 8,000 deaths. Castro is guilty of much more suffering. His regime has actively participated in subversive movements and wars for communist domination around the world. He stated that he wishes to bring the United States to its knees, in cooperation with Iran's regime. And Tom Fiedler thinks it is not a crime to support him.
In the case of the mainstream American media, over the course of five decades of praising and nearly worshiping Fidel Castro, most "journalists" that have written about him have done so with the utmost bias in his favor; though lately they have not said much, possibly realizing the disgraceful position in which they placed themselves by extoling a monster. The press is almost single-handedly responsible for keeping the people of America ignorant of the true nature of the Castro regime and its misdeeds and atrocities.
I think the point is taken, although somehow I doubt that you care at all about this issue. Nevertheless, do not doubt that at least half of Miami-Dade County understands well the duplicity and guilt of the Miami Herald. You may never be taken to court for your participation in crimes against humanity, but support of the Castro regime is noted and your ignominy is made clear by your own words.
David L. Rosenthal
"Fiedler, Tom" TFiedler@miamiherald.com wrote:
Dear Mr. Sleeping_Doggie,
You're quite adept at twisting words, I see. Let me refer you to US law on what constitutes treason. Stating an opinion, no matter how odious, doesn't. As you know.
----- Original Message -----
From: David Rosenthal
To: Fiedler, Tom
Sent: Wednesday, October 04, 2006 3:06 PM
Subject: 22 Chihuahuas attack Tom Fiedler's ankles
I sure don't want to twist your words, Tom. So tell me, did you really say that the audience of Radio Mambi consists of 22 chihuahuas biting your ankles, or did you not?
I listen to Radio Mambi (my Spanish is not bad, though I learned it as an adult), and I find several of the program hosts well worth listening to. I like considering the words of reasonable, rational people. I guess that is one of the reasons I don't buy the Miami Herald, as I find the statements of racists and bigots offensive, but maybe I am just picky, right?
Repeat after me, Tom: "Quiero pedirles las disculpas por mis declaraciones racistas y odiosas. Soy un bofe de perro."
Always a pleasure.