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渡辺 信二 <[log in to unmask]>
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Dear Michael, 
Thank you for the important tips, 
and dear Reka Mihalka,
I also appreciate you as you have sent a personal mail to me.

I will forward them to the younger scholars anxious to be among the list.

Yours best,
渡辺 信二
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On 2010/11/02, at 9:51, Michael Springate wrote:

> Shinji:
> I took the information below from:
> To subscribe, send mail to [log in to unmask] with the command (paste
> it!): 
> For more information, you can:
> * Take a look at the list's configuration
> <[log in to unmask]" target="_blank">[log in to unmask].
> EDU> 
> * Contact the list owner at [log in to unmask]
> * Check the other lists at LISTS.MAINE.EDU
> <>
> I hope this helps.
> I, too, have been a member for a very long time.... A quiet member. There
> are, apparently, 171 very quiet members on the list serve. I hope you can
> add your two young colleagues. The last conversation I found of real
> relevance was the role of Confucianism in Pound’s thought. Now how long ago
> was that?
> All the best to you,
> Michael
> On 10.11.01 5:12 PM, "渡辺 信二" <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
>> Dear Michael, Bob,
>> And would you please give me a reply, if you know the answer,
>> as to the original question:
>> how to be newly listed into the Ezra Pound discussion list of the University
>> of Maine?
>> As I said in the original mail, I was asked the same question by some
>> younger scholars who like to be pertinent to, and in favor of, Ezra Pound.
>> I cannot remember how I did myself 19 years ago.
>> I will appreciate your help.
>> 立教大学英米文学
>> 渡辺 信二
>> [log in to unmask]
>> On 2010/11/02, at 2:21, Michael Springate wrote:
>>>> Bob:
>>>> For the record, those excited and very anxious questions weren’t mine, they
>>>> were part of the comments to the video. I haven’t a clue who posted them.
>>>> But that was my point; questions are being asked throughout American
>>> society
>>>> that Pound attempted to address, and hence I find it odd that Poundian
>>>> studies is so out of favour today. It’s not just the banking issue, or the
>>>> role of debt, etc., its his focus on the constitution, the relations of
>>>> corporations to individuals to state, ‘foreign’ wars.
>>>> I hadn’t heard of McFadden.
>>>> Michael
>>>> On 10.11.01 3:17 AM, "[log in to unmask]" <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
>>>>>> Michael: 
>>>>>> Calm Down Michael !  Yes, you are so right to ask all of those questions,
>>>> but
>>>>>> you will never get straight answers from the criminals in our government
> ! 
>>>>>> They are bought and paid for by those same banksters who are stealing our
>>>>>> country !  Our politicians (including the President) are nothing more >>>
> than
>>>>>> puppets for the Banksters.  They are appointed by them, and the
>>>> non-compliant
>>>>>> ones (like Kennedy, Lincoln, Garfield & McKinley) are removed.  Those
>>>> four all
>>>>>> stood up to the banksters and were eliminated.  Yeah, right !  Lone
>>>> gunman
>>>>>> kooks did it !
>>>>>> Andy Jackson shut down the central bank and paid off the national debt
>>>> for the
>>>>>> only time in our nation's history, then they attempted twice to eliminate
>>>> him,
>>>>>> but ole hickory was too tough for them.
>>>>>> Why has Pound's poetry been so out of favor ?  Read the speeches of
>>>>>> Congressman Louis T. McFadden (R-PA) (DOB: October 1, 1876 Died 1936)
>>>> where he
>>>>>> exposed the FED as a corrupt bunch of thieves.  Who, today, has ever
>>>> heard of
>>>>>> Louis McFadden ?  If Ole Ez were still with us today, he would have a >>>
> ball
>>>>>> working these clowns over in verse !  And I would be right there with him
>>>>>> cheering him on !
>>>>>> The banksters went on a crusade to replace McFadden in Congress, then
>>>> murdered
>>>>>> him with poison at a political dinner and had their compliant media (just
>>>> like
>>>>>> today) report McFadden's death two weeks later, as a stomach ailment.
>>>>>> "Federal Reserve EXPOSED, Collective Speeches of Congressman Louis T.
>>>>>> McFadden" 
>>>>>> Copyright 1970 by OMNI Publications
>>>>>> Library of Congress Catalog Card Number 75-135049
>>>>>> I have the third printing 2005
>>>>>> I also have a small 64-page paperback book of his 1934 speeches in
>>>> Congress.
>>>>>> --Bob Bowen 
>>>>>>  Tulare, California
>>>>>> ----- Original Message -----
>>>>>> From: "Michael Springate" <[log in to unmask]>
>>>>>> To: [log in to unmask]
>>>>>> Sent: Sunday, October 31, 2010 11:41:45 PM
>>>>>> Subject: Never more pertinent, never more out of favour
>>>>>> This is a comment on a youtube where Congressman Grayson questions the
>>>>>> auditor of the Federal Reserve Bank:
>>>>>> 1)Why the FUCK is a private institution with no elected leaders the most
>>>>>> powerful and influential institute in our country?
>>>>>> 2)Why the FUCK can't our gov audit said institution?
>>>>>> 3)Why the FUCK can't I find a list of owners and investors in this
>>>> private
>>>>>> institution?
>>>>>> 4)Why the FUCK do we borrow our own money at interest from a private bank
>>>>>> instead of just printing it ourselves?
>>>>>> 5)and most importantly, WHY THE FUCK DOESN'T OUR WHOLE COUNTRY KNOW
>>>> ABOUT
>>>>>> It’s odd, isn’t it, Pounds Cantos have never been more pertinent and less
>>>>>> out of favour?
>>>>>> On 10.10.31 4:58 AM, "渡辺 信二" <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
>>>>>>>>>> Dear Poundians,
>>>>>>>>>> This might be an elementary question,
>>>>>>>>>> but would you please tell me how to put new persons' names and e-mail
>>>>>>>>>> addresses
>>>>>>>>>> into the [log in to unmask]
>>>>>>>>>> And if you have any rule to be listed,
>>>>>>>>>> would you please tell it to me, s'il vous plait?
>>>>>>>>>> I know three younger persons who, interested in Pound,
>>>>>>>>>> like to be listed, and I am asked how to put
>>>>>>>>>> each of their names and e-mail addresses
>>>>>>>>>> on the list.
>>>>>>>>>> I would appreciate your help.
>>>>>>>>>> WATANABE Shinji
>>>>>>>>>> 立教大学英米文学
>>>>>>>>>> 渡辺 信二 
>>>>>>>>>> [log in to unmask]