Mexican deforestation - Monarch butterfly

Roger Kuhlman rkuhlman at
Fri Sep 15 19:26:09 EDT 2000

I guess I disagree. To some people it may seem rational to damage and 
destroy large natural habitats and ecosystems especially for the short-term 
benefit of powerful special interests. I am not one of them.

I am tired of Paul's constant anti-environmental propaganda and manipulation 
of facts. This mailing list would be a much nicer place if he would take his 
right-wing agenda and activism elsewhere.

Roger Kuhlman
>I agree. It would be really nice if some kind soul would make the monarch
>report available on the web.  It sounds like it would be extremely
>interesting to read and it does deal with an important topic - regardless 
>how we each chose to interpret it.
>-----Original Message-----
>From: Jim Taylor [mailto:1_iron at]
>Sent: Friday, September 15, 2000 1:23 PM
>To: Neil at NWJONES.DEMON.CO.UK; leps-l at
>Subject: Re: Mexican deforestation - Monarch butterfly
>Let's not jump on Paul again - and again - and again. I don't know the
>gentleman, but his missives seem rational and, indeed, a good deal calmer
>than those attacking him personally. I would add there is nothing wrong 
>being a pesticide salesman.
>Can't we just cool it and talk about the bugs?
>Jim Taylor
>----- Original Message -----
>From: "Neil Jones" <Neil at NWJONES.DEMON.CO.UK>
>To: <leps-l at>
>Sent: Friday, September 15, 2000 1:48 PM
>Subject: RE: Mexican deforestation - Monarch butterfly
> > In article <C631E0C7CC70D11181150000F81ECF009BC88A at GREENBAY>
> >            TiserG at "Tiser, Gene M" writes:
> >
> > > I have read Mr. Paul Cherubini's commentaries with interest.  I was
> > > wondering if he would care to give us his background so as to allow us
> > > opportunity to understand who he is, where his expertise lies, and 
> > > company, agency or university he represents?
> >
> > Mr Cherubini is well known on the internet as a pesticide salesman and
> > political activist who continually  and persistantly promotes the use of
> > pesticides and attacks conservationists.
> >
> > Everyone is biased myself included. However an examination of the 
> > will show that Mr Cherubini cares more for the political effectiveness
> > of his remarks rather than for their honesty.
> > Indeed, one gets the distinct impression that he would swear that the 
> > was Jewish if he thought it would advance his political aims.
> >
> > It is not my intention to promote disharmony. I am fully aware that
> > ad-hominem debating is not a good technique. However, I believe it is
> > my duty as a citizen to speak out when there is a risk of my fellows
> > being deceived, conned or mislead. In this case the culprit has been
> > challenged and has given an evasive answer so I have responded.
> >
> > --
> > Neil Jones- Neil at
> > "At some point I had to stand up and be counted. Who speaks for the
> > butterflies?" Andrew Lees - The quotation on his memorial at Crymlyn Bog
> > National Nature Reserve
> >

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