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Re: China and the Bombing of Yugoslavia
Author: firstname.lastname@example.org Posted: 5/11/1999; 10:58:51 AM Topic: What Chinese people thought Msg #: 6015 (In response to 6007) Prev/Next: 6014 / 6016
Some or all of you may know that there is a mass protest scheduled for June 5th against the bombing of Yugoslavia. If you can make it to DC, it will be your way to say you are against the bombing of civilians, hospitals, marketplaces, and embassies by a bunch of governments obsessed with their "credibility" (i.e. showing how tough they are).
If you can't make it to DC, there will probably be a west coast protest as well, maybe in SF, and it would be great to see hundreds of silent, small, public candlelight vigils for the civilian casualties of NATO bombing, Serb troops, KLA terrorism and the whole ridiculous affair.
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- Re: China and the Bombing of Yugoslavia, Fredrik Lundh, 5/11/1999; 2:28:26 PM
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