|Subject:||Re: [socialcredit] Joe and Jeff|
|Date:||Tuesday, April 18, 2006 09:39:25 (-0700)|
|From:||Jeffery Smith <jjs @.........org>
|In reply to:||Message 3848 (written by Peter Haines)|
On Apr 17, 2006, at 8:29 PM, Peter Haines wrote:
> I put it to Jeff previously about fragmenting what people say, it is
> an easy way to avoid answering questions and challenges not
Au contraire. Bundling many concepts without a logical connection is
something that needs unpacking.
> because they dont want to talk about it anyway. There were several
> points I made thus avoided.
An easy conclusion to make, since you missed that post.
> This land thing is a squeeky door. It might have some merit in
> cemeteries where the land plots cant change hands.
Good example of ignoring points, such as land being the biggest single
sector in the economy.
> Its a dead end, it goes nowhere but in circles and needs burying.
It'd find company with certain heads.
> He made his key points well back and it has relentlessly been opposed
Rather than see the key overlaps.
> And I guess there will be someone else around the next corner who will
> try and lay their eggs in someone elses nest.
You've no nest, and are not likely to, as long as you treat allies as
opponents. To figure out why SC can't get off the ground, try to see it
as others do, try to answer their questions, try to see world as is.
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