[Imc-uk-network] Wales and IMC status
mrdemeanour at jackpot.uk.net
Tue Mar 14 06:49:04 PST 2006
> There has been the basis for a submission to Global to become IMC up
> on the imc-cymru list for some time, and on the Indycymru front
Instead of hurling abuse around, why not go ahead and submit a proposal
to new-imc? I don't get it. You evidently object to almost everything
about the way that UK is organised and staffed, so it seems very
unlikely that you want to become a part of that; but there's nothing
stopping you applying to global.
Do you want help from UK people in getting Indycymru approved by global?
I'm sure there are still some UK people left who would be willing to
offer advice, if you're willing to listen to it (which isn't the same
thing as taking it, I hasten to point out). But the construction of your
proposal is fundamentally a matter for your collective, and not
something we should be interfering in, unless we are asked to offer
advice. Don't you agree?
> The United Konformists do not want that to happen, they make no
> response at all. (to be fair, neither does anyone else)
I just don't understand this remark. Despite your evident attitude
problem, people have been responding to your posts (and Jim's). Do you
mean that people aren't posting to your website or the imc-cymru list? I
don't care to post to your website, for my own reasons; and I'm not
cross-posting this reply to the imc-cymru list, because I don't read
that list. I don't post to lists I don't read, because I wouldn't see
> The Portuguese statement was accepted by IMC, they were IMC, had one
> of the best statements of intent of any IMC. If indycymru follows
> their policies it cannot link fully to the UK hiding system.
I don't think that's going to be a problem for UK. Do I understand that
you want UK to change its policies? I think it's unlikely that UK will
change its policies just so as to conform with those of Indycymru.
> My suspicion is that those United Konformists are Labour minded
> Imperialists offended by attacks on the pass law gauleiter and on
> Religions that have appeard in Indycymru. Otherwise they would be
> out in the open and we would know their history.
Airing your suspicions in this way is unhelpful; accusing
people of being imperialists doesn't go down terribly well in these
parts. And since you haven't identified any particular target for these
remarks, people are going to suppose that it means them. Please lighten up.
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