Nov 13, 1997 06:46 AM
by M K Ramadoss
At 08:54 AM 11/13/97 -0500, you wrote:
> There is a ULT branch in New York City which has a bookshop, a library,
>an active schedule of meetings, advertises in major newspapers (but
>never charges for public meetings), and where they recite rehearsed
>pre-written speeches with rehearsed questions and rehearsed answers (if
>you ask a question that is not part of the script, you will get thrown
>out). I find it hard to believe that an anarchical organization can run
>such a thing, or that the State or City of New York would allow such an
>organization to own land and buidlings.
> Bart Lidofsky
>Anarchy is defined as political disorder and confusion. What the
>ULT seems to be doing is exactly the opposite. There is safety in
>doing the same thing, all the time. These people are afraid of
>making the wrong moves.
>As for the legality of ownership, can Ramadoss address this?
I am *not* a lawyer. But let me try.
It could be that they have incorporated an organization which has obtained
tax exempt status, which is very easy.
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