On Mon, 04 Aug 2008 15:19:26 GMT, "Miles58" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>My personal take on it was that he always was sort of a right wing whack job >from the get-go. We just didn't know him until Russia deported him. > >Doesn't diminish the earlier work, just as it doesn't make him and less >strange.
Yeah, he was anti-Soviet, that was seen as good, he was a victim, which got him sympathy, it just took a while for people to realize he was also anti-democracy, anti-secular, anti-modern and who knows what else.
> Yeah, he was anti-Soviet, that was seen as good, he was a victim, which got > him sympathy, it just took a while for people to realize he was also > anti-democracy, anti-secular, anti-modern and who knows what else. > Hmm, guess neocons would have a problem with him...
-- Barry Schnur Former Novell Support Connection Volunteer Sysop
Barry, Donald and I are old enough to have lived through part of this. We have a different frame of reference. Sorry, the shorthand reference to Gulag Archipelago probably is not within the experience of most of the NCCI.
If you read, try it.
> When I first read this post I thought you meant Gulag Scan, the software > tool 8).