"La Ley Azteca" - Re: homosexualidad y lesbianismo

Matt Reynolds mreynolds at bbrcreative.com
Wed May 23 20:45:17 UTC 2001

the discussion was great up to this point...i found it to be very
interesting. please let the discussion continue as i feel it will benefit
all...regardless of their personal philosophical viewpoints.

matt reynolds

> From: La Voz de Aztlan <LaVoz at Aztlan.Net>
> Reply-To: nahuat-l at server2.umt.edu
> Date: Wed, 23 May 2001 13:21:28 -0700
> To: nahuat-l at server2.umt.edu
> Subject: Re[3]: "La Ley Azteca" - Re: homosexualidad y lesbianismo
> 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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