AssyrianAmericanLeague or Leak(ofBrain)?

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Posted by andreas from ( on Tuesday, December 31, 2002 at 11:20AM :

Referring to my own text hauled over from Beth Suryoyo (below).

While we're at screening - I thought it would be a good idea to hunt down those freaks like the one official Assyrian org (ork) called "Assyrian American League".
Sooner or later.
But always...

The question is:
"Assyrian American League" or "A.A.Leak(of Brain)?
Or something totally else ...?

Find below:

1) Message from "Assyrian American League"
2) My response

Lads & Lassies,

You have got a hint....

Trusting on you.


Assyrian American League or Leak ?

Assyrian American League


Beth Suryoyo Assyrian (Othuroyo) Forum


Written by AAL on 29 Dec 2002 23:48:25:

The Assyrian American League's (AAL) Mission Statement
The AAL was established on April 25, 2002 as a not-for-profit organization whose mission is to "promote the political and social well-being of all Assyrians through educational activities and through lobbying activities at the national level."

Message from the President

Nothing is free and now, more than ever before, we need the support of the Assyrian American Community. Our efforts in Washington come at a reasonable cost but a cost that must be paid. We are at a historic crossroads to make a difference for our nation. We owe it to future Assyrians everywhere to secure our rights in a free, democratic and secular Iraq. This is the Iraq that The Assyrian American League hopes to one day see. To do this we need your help. Won't you please take a moment and donate today. You can do so here right now on this website or you can send a check to the Assyrian American League.

God Bless you,
Ronald Michael, M.D.
Chairman and President, Assyrian American League
6518 N. Lincoln Ave.
Lincolnwood, IL 60712

The Assyrian American League


Assyrian American Leak ?


Beth Suryoyo Assyrian (Othuroyo) Forum


Written by andreas on 31 Dec 2002 17:01:06:

As an answer to: Assyrian American League written by AAL on 29 Dec 2002 23:48:25:

Assyrian American Leak ?

Didn't you leak, i.e. lose something from 1 of your most important letter writers, Anna Eshoo ?

Why so?

Are you instrumentalizing/abusing Anna only for your the hazy petty ends of your own organization?

BTW: Do you have any balance records?

Don't you have Assyrains/Syriacs/Chaldeans the right to know EXACTLY?

See Anna's statement below.






October 9, 2002

The Congress is now debating the most serious and sobering of issues... whether we go to war -- war against Iraq -- and we do this as we stand on the threshold of a new century.

I believe this debate is as much about voting to declare war, as it is about what kind of country we are and what we want our country to be in the future.

This Resolution of War is an extraordinary and unwise departure from our history of a principled American tradition... that we stand four-square against unprovoked attacks and for a foreign policy of deterrence.

The Bush Doctrine reverses this policy and sets forth that the United States of America has the unrestricted right to attack other nations.

This Resolution trades deterrence for pre-emption.

This Resolution trades multilateralism for unilateralism. This go-it-alone policy has become the imprimatur of this Administration as weíve witnessed their abrogation of nearly every international treaty they inherited from previous Republican and Democratic Administrations.

This Administration has allowed the underfunding of the Nunn-Lugar law, leaving the tools of terrorists unprotected and up for grabs across the former Soviet Union.

This Administration has withdrawn from the ABM Treaty,

Withdrawn from the Comprehensive Test Ban Treaty,

Withdrawn from START II,

Rejected the Biological Weapons Convention and rejected the International Criminal Court.

This Administration makes war the first and only option, rather than a last resort. It has, in one brief summer and fall, upended decades of our time-tested, tenacious foreign policy of deterrence which has served our nation and the world so well.

The President has not answered the haunting questions of thousands of my constituents and the American people:

Why now?

How many troops are needed to wage this war?

What will it cost?

How long will we be there?

What is the plan to manage the chaos in the aftermath of regime change?

And finally, how will this affect the war on terrorism?
Respected military leaders and statesmen have testified to Congress about their deep concerns with pre-emption and unilateralism. These experts have seriously undercut the Presidentís case of what Saddam Hussein has and the Presidentís remedy to deal with it. And classified briefings have raised more questions than answers.

Todayís newspapers inform us that our own intelligence agencies have concluded that Saddam Hussein is unlikely to initiate a chemical or biological attack against the United States.

Not one of us carries a brief for Saddam Hussein. We know what heís done and how he rules. We know about his accumulation of chemical and biological weapons, and the other weapons that threaten his neighbors and us.

Our answer today? Send a thousand Ďtroopsí of weapons inspectors to Iraq. This time they must have unrestricted access to everything and with deadlines to achieve disarmament. The world community will watch and as we disarm him, we will loosen the noose he holds.

We can be tough and principled today as we have been in the past. We can bring other nations with us and when we do, Saddam will know he cannot dodge or be deceitful any longer.

Thatís why I support Mr. Sprattís Resolution which calls for action only if the UN determines action is required and the President seeks approval from the Congress.

Finally, Mr. Speaker, when the framers wrote our Constitution, their vision spoke to the innermost yearnings of every human being... then and now.

They created the best idea ever born-democracy. Their call is the same today in this new century... that we lead through the enduring strength of our democratic principles backed by the might we possess.

Today, our Constitution and my conscience beckon me to oppose the Presidentís Resolution for War.

I shall vote against the Resolution and I urge my colleagues to do so as well.

-- andreas
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