December 7, 2001
Subject: Fwd: AztlanNet: Re: chamacas en pelotas
Date: Fri, 07 Dec 2001 03:49:52 -0000
From: "mvsedano" <email@example.com>
I find it refreshing to see Aztlannetizens discussion
Too bad that's not really what's going on.
Romero's revisionist and selective memory regarding
his participation in nihilist protest would have a reader believe Romero and
his henchfolk were engaged in aesthetic debate set against a cultural landscape.
If that had been the entirety of their activity the Urrutia-Romero dialog
would earn praise amd Romero's gang of outraged elites would be respectable.
But the protestors engaged in economic subversion
against individuals on account of ideas, and that is immoral. The protestors,
rather than simply making their argument about art and culture attempted to
have the curator and museum director fired. Fired for their pursuit of an
idea. Fired for their belief in a cultural fabric that Romero's group opposed.
Attacking a person's livelihood on account of
their beliefs equates with totalitarianism. Romero, your position is inherently