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GUEST,Volgadon The Weekly Walkabout (part 2.) (1465* d) RE: The Weekly Walkabout (part 2.) 22 Oct 08


Put your money where your mouth is, call the National Council and listen as they laugh you off the line for wasting their time with such trivial nonsense.

"WAV, when i post here i post as an individual, not as a representative of any organisation. i have made this clear in the past, and it's partly why I choose to use a nom de guerre." (Ruth)...I got your real name (Joan Crump) and organisation (EFDSS/National Council) of work FROM YOU ON MUDCAT. And people can and have been brought before their seniors at work for things they do and say outside of work. Here's your latest: "I stand by everything I've ever said about your xenophobia, racism, narcissism and self-aggrandisement."...that about someone, me, who has found his way on a shoestring through about 40 countries, has at least tried to support the land rights of Aborigines, Masai, etc., has never attacked any particular culture or race and, on the contrary, does indeed love the world being multicultural. And, in your desire to attack me, you have also come up with this regarding my alma mater: "Just because an admissions officer with some hardcore recruitment targets once took pity on you,". Then: "Anyone who wants proof need only read what you've written." (Ruth)...here's my life's work.




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