Friday, 2 August 2013
Letter to Mr Leary re BDS
Sent: Friday, August 02, 2013 11:37 AM
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Subject: Gutless prrof Spence ...
Hello Mr Leary,
Esteemed Driver of the Dean of Sydney University Prof. Michael Spence.
Thank you for trying to persuade your boss Michael Spence to do the right thing about the illegal BDS!
TOO LATE – THE LYNCH BOYCOTEERS ARE BEING SUED!!
Mr Spence is of course gutless – forever changing his mind; the wind proverbially manages to bend him in simultaneously multiple directions! My blog is a classical example how Mr Spence has multiple positions on matters re Israel.
See my ‘cognate’ link below relating to the current article in today’s The Australian.
AS you can see I have sent a copy of this epistle to David Gonski AND Prof. Spence – they should remember that they were warned about legal action by me – and various articles in The Australian a few short months ago.
I guess they will now change their minds and assure us that some of their friends are Jewish / Israeli?
May I invite you to follow my various links in the blog below?
It will make enlightening reading to your children and grandchildren: they will be able to see true courage and cowardice.
I wish you well, Mr Leary. In case you have Prof. Spence in your car soon – and in case your driver friend of David Gonski has Gonski....
....... close to him, tell them the virtues of courage ex Adam Lindsay Gordon:
"Life is mostly froth and bubble,
Two things stand like stone,
KINDNESS in another's trouble,
COURAGE in your own."
The Adam Lindsay Gordon Commemorative Committee Inc. seek the support of a national Froth and Bubble day held annually on the anniversary of Poet Gordon's death - 24 June.
Posted by Geoff Seidner at 11:43 am