"La Ley Azteca" - Re: homosexualidad y lesbianismo

La Voz de Aztlan LaVoz at Aztlan.Net
Wed May 23 20:21:28 UTC 2001

Dear Moderator of the Nahuat-l List:

Is this a pro-Zionist mailing list?
Will we be banned?

The "protocols" are published for
information and discussion only.
Many of us Mexicans are not familiar
with them. Is it against the law to
publish them?

Regardless of all the above, what
does this have to do with Nahuatl?
You people are acting worse than Nazis.

La Voz de Aztlan

On Wed, 23 May 2001 13:17:09 -0600
"John F. Schwaller" <schwallr at selway.umt.edu> wrote:

> Date: Wed, 23 May 2001 09:53:38 -0500
> To: nahuat-l at server2.umt.edu
> From: Bernard Ortiz de Montellano <bortiz at mail.earthlink.net>
> Subject: Re[2]: "La Ley Azteca" - Re: homosexualidad y lesbianismo
> This is not quite the whole story. Please check the urls cited
> http://www.aztlan.net/leyazteca.htm
> http://www.aztlan.net/drinko.htm
> Publishing the notorious antisemitic *Protocols of the Elders of
> Zion" as well as several antisemitic articles clearly shows the
> nature of this publication
>  >Dear Nahuat-l List Members:
>  >
>  >We were offended by an individual on this
>  >list who identified him or herself as
>  >micc <micc at home.com>. Name calling and
>  >labeling of users of the list is
>  >unprofessional. We have been subscribers
>  >for a long time but have never posted.
>  >We have been contented in just reading
>  >the comments and learning a little
>  >Nahuatl along the way. La Voz de Aztlan
>  >is a bilingual news service and our
>  >subscribers are mostly Mexicans in the
>  >southwest U.S. and in Mexico. This
>  >person has insulted us. We are not
>  >insulting anyone here. This type of
>  >abuse should not be permitted in an
>  >academic oriented discussion group
>  >such as this one. We hope that the
>  >majority of the group does not support
>  >this person and allow us equal access
>  >to the discussion here on the Aztec
>  >Culture and language.

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