Franz G Co (
Thu, 15 Feb 2001 23:14:31 -0500 (EST)

Actually there is no black and white in the issue of neutrality. There are
times when you just have to go out of your way to help somebody cuz someone
is beating him up. However, once you have alterior motives for helping
somone (or a country in this case), that's about when it becomes wrong.

>------Original Message------
>From: "Charlie Hetherington" <>
>Sent: February 16, 2001 3:46:05 AM GMT
>Subject: Re: [gundam] Next PG

>USA!!! USA!!! USA!!! USA!!!

>Just kidding. I'm actually one of those few American people >that is
>of the American status in the rest of the world. But, I'm
>only...[*counts*] man, what can i do?

>Out of curiosity Richie, how do Filipinos feel about that one >guy who
>America during America's Imperialism stage, but then turned >around and
>helped the Japanese during WWII? His name escapes me right now, >but I've
>been wondering for quite sometime.


>From: "Richard Ramos" <>
>To: <>
>Subject: Re: [gundam] Next PG
>Date: Thu, 15 Feb 2001 11:22:25 +0800
> > > >yes... i agree w/ dogywonder here and george washington neutrality is
> > > only way to go!
> > Neutrallity is simply saning your own ass. If the U.S. reamained neutral
> > WW II, we would all be wearing swastikas and heiling hitler.
>If the US had been more compassionate, my country wouldn't have become the
>"Little Brown Brother". You'd be surprised how different countries view
>Just a little reminder that not everyone is American, and that The USA also
>has its share of mistakes.
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