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Response to MGG Pillai (r)

I see.  So, if I disagree, I have to prove my credentials.  I may not 
be what I say I am.  You think so?  Believe it.  You think not?  
Believe it.  You are quite welcome to disbelieve whatever I say.  But 
what has all this got to do with Burma?


> Date sent:      06 Feb 1996 10:04:49
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> From: "W. Kesavatana-Dohrs" <dohrs@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
> You said you were a journalist.  I asked for your credentials.  Is not it 
> routine for those who claim to be journalists to be asked to show that 
> they ARE in fact journalists?
> I haven't seen much of what you call "contrary views."  I have seen 
> uncalled for snide remarks made to Burmese activists who fear retaliation 
> against their families in Burma.  
> LD
>  > 
> > The Nieman Foundation for Journalism at Harvard University would 
> > tell you who I am.  But I still fail to see the relevance in this 
> > discussion.  Are you telling me that anyone who comes with a contrary 
> > view must prove his credentials?
> > 
> > MGG
> > 
> > --
> > M.G.G. Pillai
> > pillai@xxxxxxxxx
> > 
M.G.G. Pillai