[New-imc] disagreeing with petros on new-darwin-imc
petros at cyprus-org.net
Mon Jul 31 12:54:25 PDT 2006
I appreciate that we have differing views on the Darwin issue, that is
why we agreed that the best way to work on the problem is to deal with
it as a split. It's a solution which will enable the repair work because
the groups involved will have a shape (context) guiding the work.
Getting stuck on our varying analyses and perceptions of the conflict's
history, or trying to convince everyone in the network of each of the
current views is not going to solve anything - passions are already too
heated for that, and positions entrenched. For example, we all agreed
that imc-darwin was never dissafiliated, but also that the only way we
can help both the groups resulting from the split is to pass them
through new-imc procedures.
That is why I wrote this:
"[imc-darwin] Steps to moving forward"
Most of it still valid. The only responses I got are "fuck you", but
that's the reality of new-imc procedures: nothing is going to move
forward in that direction, until the interested parties take steps to
notice, aknowledge and engage.
Thanks again for clarifying thougths and positions, it's the best way to
make the work smooth,
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