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Re: WHERE did this come from?

In article <[email protected]>, [email protected] 
>In <[email protected]> [email protected] writes: 
>>This is a multi-part message in MIME format.
>>Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit
>>Content-Type: text/plain; charset=us-ascii
>>Attatched to this is, (I hope), the header text from a unsolicited
>>message I received.  The return address does not work.  WHY? How can I
>>inform the sender that I hope to never receive there material again?
>>I tried "reply-all" through Eudora, but my reply got bounced back to
>>as undeliverable.
>>I have removed the content of the original message. I don't know why
>>was sent to me, but it contained material that I found offensive.
>>Any help, or words of wisdom and enlightenment would be appreciated. 
>>Information would be nice too.  
>I got the SAME dammed letter.  I don't know who the facist bastard is
>that sent it to me, but I sent him a reply ALSO telling him to stop
>sending it to me (he sent me 3 copies) and I couldn't connect to his
There was a posting allegedly from a Harvey S. Cohen at AT&T on 
soc.culture.jewish to the effect that the "Long March" email is, in 
fact, a fraud intended to get the National Alliance in trouble. (a noble 
cause if not necessarily appropriate means)

I don't know if this is connected but I notice that a "let's use these 
big lie tactics on Usenet" posting allegedly from the National 
Alliance's Compuserve address seems to have somehow gone through the 
University of Pennsylvania.

     "Things are seldom what they seem.
      Skim milk masquerades as cream."

                                William S. Gilbert (H.M.S. Pinafore)