Wednesday, 24 June 2009 2:52 PM

Shame on you Mr Sasako

In his reply to my letter, Mr Sasako states that "The difference is whether we've turned away from that past and redeem our time with public good." The problem with this statement is that there seems to be no evidence that this is the case on Kelvyn Alp's part, in fact, the evidence is to the contrary - by all accounts it appears to be just more of the same. Shame on you, Mr Sasako.

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