[lbo-talk] [OFFLIST] Re: Arab Spring: The Libyan Remix

123hop at comcast.net 123hop at comcast.net
Tue Aug 30 13:29:39 PDT 2011

I don't understand. La Leche is about breast feeding babies. You call them because you're interested in breast feeding your baby, and if there are any problems, your pediatrician/obstetrician is clueless. I don't see how that's dogmatism. They were incredibly helpful: we had a common goal.

Why should they not be upset if mother's milk becomes toxic?

What am I missing here?


----- Original Message ----- From: "Carrol Cox" <cbcox at ilstu.edu>

Joanna, in my experience, if there is any group on earth more dogmatic and sectarian than the Trotskyists, it is La Leche. One point the anti-nuclear testing peole would sometimes make was that strontium 90 had gotten into women's milk. La Leche people went ballistic over that.


On 8/30/2011 12:30 PM, 123hop at comcast.net wrote:
> I can answer ravi's question: La Leche League
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Wojtek S"<wsoko52 at gmail.com>
> Question to ravi: can you give me an example of an institution or a
> social movement that is not manipulated by elites or wannabe elites?
> I cannot think of any.
> Wojtek
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